2 edition of James Money, Kentucky pioneer found in the catalog.
James Money, Kentucky pioneer
Harold S. Money
|Statement||compiled by Harold S. Money.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.M7373 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 232 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||84158211|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Money, Harold S. (Harold Sleadd), James Money, Kentucky pioneer. Utica, KY (Rte.
4 BoxUtica ): McDowell. James Money Jr married into the Fox family and the book was "Fox Cousins by the Dozen" written by Nellie Fox Adams and Bertha Fox Walton in Harold Money book ] According to the book "James Money - Kentucky Pioneer." by Harold S.
Burial: Money Pioneer Cemetery, Summersville. James Money, Kentucky Pioneer By Mary Ann Seagraves Ap at I am looking for information about James Money (or Mooney), who was associated with Daniel Boone in his explorations of Kentucky.I have found references to a book called "James Money, Kentucky Pioneer: Descendants and Related Families, " by Harold Money.I have not.
(The following is from the book, JAMES MONEY, KENTUCKY PIONEER): Very little is known about the second James Money. In a biography of his son, James Albert Money, published in "Kentucky, A History of the State, Illustrated, ," by W.
Perrin, J. Battle, and G. Knifin, the following information is recorded: "James A. Money. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
James Money, Kentucky pioneer by Harold S. Money; 1 edition; First published in ; People: Monet family. Traced Kentucky families, ancestors and genealogies, images of wills, inventories, estates, bible records, family trees, family records, family history, surnames.
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Names of Families in Fleming County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Distributions, Inventories, Guardianships Fleming County was founded in and named after Colonel John Fleming, an Indian fighter and early settler to Kentucky. The land was taken from Mason County. The county seat is Flemingsburg and the first court house was constructed with logs.
On the Kentucky Frontier book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. book, Simon Kenton. Told by a man who as a young teenager to Kenton's "senior" in his early 20s -- Kenton is an amazing pioneer.
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The Kentucky Pioneer, Vol Issue 6 Sons of Liberty— Compatriots from seven chapters gathered at our National Headquarters to provide the color guard for the unveiling of the Sons of Liberty— statue that will now stand guard on Main Street in front of our SAR library and National Size: 3MB.
The Blue-Grass Region of Kentucky and other Kentucky Articles by James Lane Allen - () – pages The Boone family; a genealogical history of the descendants of George and Mary Boone who came to America in ; containing many unpublished bits of early Kentucky history, also a biographical sketch of Daniel Boone, the pioneer, by one of Seller Rating: % positive.
Born 8 Jan Son of James and Rachel Susannah (Moredock) Skaggs Died 4 Dec Buried Barren County, Kentucky As an early Kentucky explorer, Henry Skaggs was discussed in the book Isaac Shelby: Revolutionary Patriot and Border Hero, Vol. 1, by Archibald Henderson, (p. ): For years, in fact sinceDaniel Boone.
The Kentucky Pioneer, Vol Issue 7 Page 3 Colonel Stephen Trigg Chapter Approximately seventy participants, descendants, and guests gathered at the James Thomas Cemetery near the Donaldson Creek in Trigg County to mark the grave of Pvt. James Thomas of the 1st Regiment, North Carolina Line.
James Thomas is the “patriarch”. James Webb, Jr. left Rockingham County after March, and is later recorded in Kentucky, and Asa Webb and his brother-in-law, Connel ODonnel, are mentioned in an April 6, notice in the Kentucky Gazette.
Adin Webb has been recorded on the Fayette County Tax Rolls sinceso all of James Webbs married children, were in Kentucky by the. Jesse James was born on September 5,in Kearney, Missouri. James and his brother Frank served for the Confederate Army before embarking on criminal careers in the Old : Thomas Adair and three sons (James, Joseph and William) emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania aboutand then moved to South Carolina about / His son, William Adair (b.
) married Mary Moore inand later moved to Mercer County, Kentucky. Descendants lived in most of the United States.
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Hannah of Kentucky - James Otis. Next Chapter This book recounts the story of Hannah, whose family is closely associated with that of the great pioneer, Daniel Boone. Her father follows Boone to the wilderness fortress at Boonesborough and shares in many of his adventures. The story emphasizes the daily activities of pioneer life in a remote.
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You arrange the program, then we provide a grant of up to $1, that covers book purchases, publicity, and honoraria for discussion leaders. pioneer settlement built in Kentucky and named after Daniel Boone Northwest Territory land that became part of the US after we won the War for Independence; this would be the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota.
KY Pryor's from Harper book - Part 1. From "Twenty-One Southern Families: Notes and Genealogies," by Elizabeth Pryor Harper, Patricia Freeman, Compiler and Editor, Date: Thu, 13 Nov [email protected] I have a copy of page of Elizabeth Pryor Harper's Twenty-Two Southern Families.
Bullitt County Wills, Estates, Deeds Bullitt County was founded in and the county seat is Shepherdsville. It was named after the nephew of Thomas Bullitt, Governor Alexander Scott Bullitt, who served as the first Lieutenant Governor. Please note that this is a transcription of 3 pages of a book about the Davis Family.
These pages were scanned and shared on The person who shared them stated the following: “This information is from a book about “Davis Families of Kentucky” in the Kansas Historical Library in Topeka, KS. I was just starting into genealogy in the 70’s and failed to. Book A-1, to (full book) Administrator and Executor Bonds Book D, Book E, Book F, Book G, Book H, Book I, Images of Fairfax County Wills and Estates, Book A-1, to "Joshua Jones came as a very early pioneer to Kentucky, being a member of that plucky little band which first subdued the virgin acres of the new state, and paved the way for present day advancement.
He laid out the town of Monticello, inand made the first surveys of. The untold story of the “Transy Book Heist” is one part Ocean’s 11, one part Harold & Kumar: four Kentucky college kids who had millions to gain and nothing to lose.
Get print book. No eBook available. Go to Google Play Now» Pioneers of Pendleton County, Kentucky. Pendleton County Historical and Genealogical Society, - Pendleton County (Ky.) - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review.
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Save money. Live better. Other articles where James Harrod is discussed: Harrodsburg: (later Oldtown, then Harrodsburg) by James Harrod and his pioneer group. A replica of the original fort () where frontiersman Daniel Boone once lived is in nearby Old Fort Harrod State Park; the park also includes the George Rogers Clark Memorial and the Lincoln Marriage Temple, a brick building.
Byonly James Sappington, brother of Patience was left residing in Madison County, Kentucky. Stephen Lanham is said to be buried at his farm on Otter Creek.
Thomas Lanham and John Sappington are both listed on the Historical Markers located at Fort Boonesborough, listing its early settlers and pioneers. William Hickman, its pioneer visiting minister was succeeded by Joshua Morris, and he, it is said, by James McQuade, Sr., and the church continued to grow for the following forty- five years until inwhen it had a membership ofchanged its name to Clear Creek, after which the neighborhood churches and the large church at Shelbyville.
Cincinnati Search Results from Cincinnati Business Courier. White-collar companies race to be last to return to the office. Google, Facebook, Amazon. Television Lane Paducah, KY Phone: Email: [email protected]: WPSD Staff. the faithful chronicler of that pioneer period, Dr.
Christopher C. Graham,4 was in constant attendance. The will, which was dictated to Colonel Thompson a few days before Ray's death, is found in Will Book, No. 9, in the Mercer County records: "I James Ray of the County of Mercer and State of Kentucky make this. Some Alabama Descendants of JAMES ACTON () is a compilation of the Alabama descendants of James Acton, Sr.() follows his son, John James Acton descendants who moved to Alabama and is filled with sources and anecdotal records.
Many transcribed deeds, church minutes, cemetery records, endnotes, anecdotal stories of descendants have been. Read the full-text online edition of Pioneer Life in Kentucky, ().
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On the morning of December.In at seventeen, James Hill found work as a clerk in Minnesota, for a firm of shipping agents who traded and worked with steamboats.
The skill of book-keeping he had acquired as a clerk at Kentucky, before moving to Minnesota helped augment his .Our Rich History: James Taylor V and the first public school in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region Oct 28th, 0 Comment Part 4 of our series, “Resilience and Renaissance: Newport.