Surname: Tuggle

Biographical Sketch of George Tuggle

The subject of this sketch, George Tuggle, is a native of Daviess county, and was born September 19, 1848. He lived with his parents on the farm until he reached his fifteenth year, when the spirit of adventure taking possession of him, he ran away from home and started out to seek his fortune in the wild West Denver, Colorado, was to be his destination, but before reaching the boundary line of that great mineral State, the wagon-train which he accompanied became snow-bound and was forced to abandon the trip. Nothing daunted at this disastrous turn of affairs, George bravely faced

Biographical Sketch of William S. Tuggle

William S. Tuggle is a native of Knox county, Kentucky; was born June 22, 1848, near the town of Barberville. He is a son, of Spencer H. Tuggle, a native of Virginia, born March 30, 1804. His mother is a native of Knox county, and was born February 11, 1812. At the age of seven years he moved with his parents to Clinton county, Missouri, where he remained at home about elev. en years and then settled in Daviess county where he now resides. Mr. Tuggle was married, April 3, 1873, to Miss Anna C. Railsback, who then lived in

Biographical Sketch of John A. Tuggle, Judge

John A. Tuggle is a native of Goochland county, Virginia, born July 5, 1807. His father was an extensive farmer and stock-raiser of that State, where he was born and where he lived until he migrated to Knox county, Kentucky. His mother was also a native of the same State. John A. was reared and educated in Kentucky, remaining with his parents until he attained his twenty-fourth year, making farming his principal occupation. He was afterward largely engaged in stock-raising in Pulaski county, Kentucky, for a period of six years. In 1839, he came to Daviess county, where he has