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A. F. and A. M. acres active affiliated Association attended attorney Ballard County Baptist Church became Bell County born Bourbon County Bowling Green brother Calloway County career Carolina Casey County cashier Christian Church Cincinnati citizen Clark County clerk coal College Company Covington Danville daughter death deceased died district Doctor elected Elizabeth farmer father Frankfort fraternity Fulton George graduated grandfather Graves County Hickman Hickman County High School honored Hopkinsville interests James January John Judge Kentucky Lexington living Lodge Louisville Madison County marriage married Miss Mary Mason Mayfield McCracken County Medical merchant Methodist Episcopal Church miles Monroe County Murray National Bank native November Odd Fellows Ohio Paducah parents physician and surgeon pioneer practice profession prominent public schools Pulaski County Railroad reared republican rural schools Russellville served Somerset South spent Street Taylor County Tennessee Thomas tucky Virginia wife William
Page 100 - ... the State of New York March 6, 1843; emigrated with his parents when he was but a few years old to Wisconsin, settling in the western part of that State; received a common school and academic education; volunteered as a private in Company G, Twenty-seventh Wisconsin Infantry, with which regiment he served until the close of the war, being mustered out with the rank of captain; in the early summer of 1866 he went to Colorado, where he resided nine years, making his home in the counties of Gilpin...
Page 69 - Republic, and both he and his wife were zealous members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Page 202 - For years he was a member of the board of stewards of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was on the school board and member of the city council.
Page 206 - Tennessee, and took its four-year medical course, from which he was graduated in 1914 with the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
Page 65 - Basham is a Knight Templar Mason and a Noble of the Mystic Shrine.
Page 94 - Cskaloosa and a representative of one of the old and honored families of this- section of the state.
Page 298 - ... a thorough grasp of -the law and the ability accurately to apply its principles.
Page 290 - Fraternally he is affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, being a charter member of the lodge at Sholdesville.
HISTORY OF BELL COUNTY KENTUCKY VOL 1
JSTOR: Frontiersmen and Planters in the Formation of Kentucky
Hopkins County Kentucky Genealogy and History
Swift's Silver Mine
AN AMERICAN TAYLOR FAMILY
Panic of 1819
Rainwater Genealogy Source Documents