Location: Webster County KY

Slave Narrative of Samuel Watson

Interviewer: Lauana Creel Person Interviewed: Samuel Watson Location: Evansville, Indiana Place of Birth: Webster County, Kentucky Date of Birth: February 14, 1862 Ex-Slave Stories 5th District Vanderburgh County Lauana Creel 1415 S. Barker Avenue, Evansville, Indiana THE BIOGRAPHY OF A CHILD BORN IN SLAVERY SAMUEL WATSON [HW: Personal Interview] Samuel Watson, a citizen of Evansville, Indiana, was born in Webster County, Kentucky, February 14, 1862. His master’s home was located two and one half miles from Clay, Kentucky on Craborchard Creek. “Uncle Sammy” as the negro children living near his home on South East Fifth Street call the old man,

Slave Narrative of Robert Glenn

Interviewer: T. Pat. Matthews Person Interviewed: Robert Glenn Location: 207 Idlewild Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina Date of Birth: Sept. 16, 1850 Location of Birth: Orange County NC Age: 87 I was a slave before and during the Civil War. I am 87 years old. I was born Sept. 16, 1850. I was born in Orange County, North Carolina near Hillsboro. At that time Durham was just a platform at the station and no house there whatever. The platform was lighted with a contraption shaped like a basket and burning coal that gave off a blaze. There were holes in this

Biography of James M. Givens

James M. Givens, attorney at law, who for almost three decades has been identified with the Muskogee bar, comes to this state from Kentucky where his birth occurred February 14, 1869, at the family home in Hopkins County, his parents being John W. and Margaret (Ross) Givens. His father was a planter, tobacco buyer and banker of Webster County, whence he removed with his family to Providence, Kentucky. James M. Givens supplemented his early education, acquired in the schools of Providence, by study in Center College at Danville, Kentucky, in which he completed a literary course with the class of

Webster County, Kentucky Census Records

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Webster County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Webster County Webster County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Webster County USGenWeb Archives Project Webster County Cemetery Books Index McClendon/Chandler Cemetery Rock Springs Cemetery Trice – Strum Cemetery Trice Cemetery Webster County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Webster County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Buffalo Woods Cemetery Corinth Baptist Church Cemetery Crews Cemetery/with photos Crowley Cemetery/with photos David Trice Cemetery/with photos Fairmont Cemetery/with photos Fairview Cemetery/with photos Fernwood Cemetery/with photos Gardner Family Cemetery Higginson Cemetery Lisman Cemetery/with photos Little Zion Cemetery/with photos McClendon/Chandler Cemetery McCoy/Gardner Family Cemetery Meahl Cemetery/with photos Mt. Lebanon Church Cemetery Mt. Pleasant Cemetery/with photos Oak Grove Cemetery/with photos Old

Slave Trade Pricing

WEBSTER CO. (J. Dunbar) Slaves were brought and sold in Clay at one time. A large, stout negro woman in good health sold for $300 to $500. A large stout negro man sold for $1,000. Children were sold for $150 to $200. Mr. Tom Johnson, who is living now, states his father was a slave trader and was the chief sheriff of Webster Co. The runaway slaves were usually caught in this part of the country. The reward was usually $100.00.