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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Notes on Kentucky in the Kentucky Gazette #history #kentuckypioneers

Notes on Kentucky in the Kentucky Gazette
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Cumberland Gap"This country was well known to the Indian traders many years before its settlement. They gave a description of it to Lewis Evans, who published his first map of it as early as 1752. In the year 1750, Dr. Thomas Walker, Colby Chew, Ambrose Powell and several others from the counties of Orange and Culpepper, in the state of Virginia, set out on an excursion to the Western Waters; they traveled down the Holstein river, and crossed over the Mountains into Powell's valley, thence across the Cumberland mountain at the gap where the road now crosses, proceeded on across what was formerly known by the name of the Wilderness until they arrived at the Hazlepath; here the company divided, Dr. Walker with a part continued north until they came to the Kentucky river which they named Louisa or Levisa river. After traveling down the excessive broken or hilly margin some distance they became dissatisfied and returned and continued up one of its branches to its head, and crossed over the mountains to New River at the place called Walker's Meadows." Concerning the 1750 explorations of Kentucky it is belive that the meadows were located in central Kentucky. The Loyal Land Company, organized in 1749, secured a land grant of some 800,000 acres to be located in what is now Kentucky. Walker set out from his home (Castle Hill) in Charlottesville, Virginia during 1750 and passed through Cumberland Gap in April. He called the steep cliff "Steep Ridge"

" In the year 1754 James McBride with some others, passed down the Ohio river in canoes, and landed at the mouth of the Kentucky river, where they marked on a tree the initials of their names, and the date of the year. These men passed through the country and were the first who gave a particular account of its beauty and richness of soil to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America. No further notice seems to have been taken of Kentucky until the year 1767, when John Finlay with others (whilst trading with the Indians) passed through a part of the rich lands of Kentucky. It was then called by the Indians in their language, the Dark and Bloody Grounds. Some difference took place between these traders and the Indians, and Finlay deemed it prudent to return to his residence in North Carolina, where he communicated his knowledge of the country to Colonel Daniel Boone and others. This seems to have been one of the most important events in the history of Kentucky, as it was the exciting cause which prompted Colonel Boone shortly afterwards to make his first visit to the Dark and Bloody Grounds." Sources: From the Kentucky Gazette (August 25, 1826); Kentucky's Last Frontier by Henry P. Scalf: History of Thomas Walker Explorations. 

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Russell Co. KY Wills & Estates #genealogy #kentuckypioneers

Russell County Wills, Estates, Deeds


land near Ewing, KentuckyRussell County KentuckyPictured is land near Ewing, Kentucky and the railroad yard. Russell County was formed on December 14, 1825 from portions of Adair, Cumberland and Wayne counties. It was named after Colonel William Russell. Some deeds are loosely added to the first will book.

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Campbell County Wills, Estates, Probate Records


Newport, KentuckyCampbell County was formed on December 17, 1794 two years after the creation of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It was taken from sections of Scott, Harrison, and Mason Counties and was named for Colonel John Campbell (1735 to 1799), a Revolutionary War soldier and Kentucky Legislator. The original county included all of present Boone, Kenton, Pendleton, and most of Bracken and Grant counties. The county seat of Wilmington survived from 1794 to 1797 and its court house was built of logs, later replaced in 1815 by a brick structure. Newport was the county seat until 1823 when it was removed to Visalia. This site was unpopular and the county seat was returned to Newport in 1824, lasting until 1840. In 1840, Kenton County was created, primarily out of a significant portion of Campbell. The Kentucky General Assembly then forced the county to move its seat to Alexandria, closer to the center of the new, smaller Campbell County. In 1883, after years of lobbying, the General Assembly established a special provision to allow Newport to designate a Court House District separate from the offices in Alexandria.

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Where to Find Ancestors in Old Kentucky Publications #history #genealogy #kentuckypioneers

Magazines and Periodicals for Kentucky
By Jeannette Holland Austin

The MicroscopeThe first magazine issued in Kentucky or the West wasThe Medley, orMonthly Miscellany for the year 1803, edited and published by Daniel Bradford, son of old John Bradford, the editor of The Kentucky Gazette. The Medley lived through the year of 1803, but in January of 1804, Editor Bradford announced that he was compelled (from lack of appreciation) to abandon its publication. The twelve parts were bound for those of the subscribers who cared to have them made into a single volume, and probably not more than two copies are extant to-day. 

The Almoner, a religious periodical, the first issue date was Lexington, April, 1814. The period went out of print twelve months later. It was published by Thomas T. Skillman, the pioneer printer. It mostly contains an account of the preacher, John Poage Campbell and his many theological works. 

During August of 1819, William Gibbes Hunt, a Harvard man, who later took a degree from Transylvania University, established The Western Review at Lexington. This was the first literary magazine in the West. Hunt was a man of fine tastes, and he had a proper conception of what a magazine should be. He worked hard for two years, but in July of 1821 when he published the first draft of the famous poem of General William O. Butler, " The Boatman's Horn", he discovered that it was time to quit. The four bound volumes of The Western Review apparently survived. 

The Literary Pamphleteer magazine was born and died at Paris, Kentucky in 1823. The following year, Thomas T. Skillman established The Western Luminary at Lexington. This was a semi-religious journal, but its publication was shortly suspended. 

The Microscope seems to have been the first magazine published at Louisville, it being founded in 1824, but its life was ephemeral. 

Under a half a dozen different names, with many lapses between the miles, The Transylvanian, which Professor Thomas Johnson Matthews of Transylvania University established at Lexington in 1829, has survived until the present time. It is now the literary magazine of Transylvania University. Mr. James Lane Allen, Mr. Frank Waller Allen, and one or two other well-known Kentucky writers saw their earliest essays and stories first published in The Transylvanian

The Lexington Literary Journal published by John Clark twice a week, was founded in 1833.

The Louisville Literary News-Letter, edited by Edmund Flagg and issued by George D. Prentice, was current in the Kentucky metropolis from December, 1838 to November of 1840. 

Far and away the most famous literary periodical ever published in Kentucky, was The Western Messenger, founded at Cincinnati in 1835, and removed to Louisville in April of 1836. James Freeman Clarke (1810-1888), the noted Boston Unitarian preacher and author, was editor, publisher and agent of The Messenger while it was in Louisville. Ralph Waldo Emerson first appeared as a poet in the magazine of his friend. His Goodby Proud World, The Rhodora, The Humble Bee, and several of his other now noted poems, were printed for the first time in The Messenger. Clarke also published papers from the hands of Hawthorne, Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Ellery Channing, Margaret Fuller, and nearly all of the writers now grouped as the New England school. He printed a poem of John Keats, which had never been previously published, the manuscript of which was furnished by George Keats, brother of the poet, who lived at Louisville for many years. Clarke later wrote an interesting sketch of George Keats for his magazine. During parts of the four years he published The Messenger at Louisville he had as assistant editors Christopher P. Cranch and Samuel Osgood, now well-known names in American letters. Clarke returned to Boston in 1840 and The Messenger returned to Cincinnati where it was suspended in April of 1841. 

Thirteen years after The Western Messenger left Louisville, The Western Literary Magazine, a monthly publication, was begun; and three years later, or in 1856, The Louisville Review, another monthly, was established. 

The Southern Bivouac, which was conducted at Louisville for several years by General Basil W. Duke and Richard W. Knott. 

The Illustrated Kentuckian, founded at Lexington in 1892.

The Southern Magazine of Louisville, published papers by Mr. Allen, stories by Mr. John Fox, Jr., and several other now well-known writers; and the Midland Reviewpublished by Charles J. O'Malley ran for some time. 

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Images of Green Co. KY Wills & Estates #genealogy #kentuckypioneers


Green County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds

Oldest Courthouse in KentuckyPictured is the oldest court house in Kentucky in Greensburg. Green County was formed in 1792 from portions of Lincoln and Nelson counties and was named after General Nathaniel Greene, the famous hero of the southern campaigns during the Revolutionary War. Three courthouses have served Green County. In 1804, a brick building replaced an earlier structure, and while no longer operational, it stands in the Greensburg Historic District (downtown) and is the oldest court house building in Kentucky. The county seat is Greensburg, Kentucky.

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Abney, John
Bass, Thomas
Black, Hughy
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Bloide, William
Buckner, Aylette
Buckner, Horace
Cayce, Micajah
Charlton, Thomas
Cook, Benjamin
Gill, William
Graves, Benjamin
Grimbin, Daniel
Harris, James
Hogeland, William
Hutcheson, David
Hutcheson, Mary
Hutcheson, Nancy
Hutcheson, William
Marshall, Joseph
Martin, John
McColgan, Edward
Moore, Robert
Morton, William
Munford, James
Preeces, David
Saunders, Samuel
Sidebottom, Charles
Sizzer, William
Skaggs, Henry
Smith, James
Sublett, Valentine
Tanner, Joel
Vance, Alexander
Walker, John
Walker, William 
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Friday, June 24, 2016

"Remember the Raison" #history #kentuckypioneers

Remember the River Raisin and Revenge"
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Raisin RiverWhen American commerce was almost destroyed and American sailors were taken and forced to serve in the British navy, war was declared against Great Britain on June 18, 1812. When the call came for volunteers came to aid the regular army, the quota for Kentucky was 5,500 men, yet 7,000 strong turned out from the mountains and glens, field and farm, from every walk of life, to answer the cause of their country. When 1,500 men were required to join General Hull in his expedition against the savages in the Northwest, 2,000 answered the call, only to learn, after crossing the Ohio, that Hull had cowardly surrendered his army and the whole of Michigan territory to the British, despite the fact that his army numbered nearly double the enemy. For several months, at various times and places, the Kentucky troops did special and efficient service. In January of the succeeding year, Colonel Lewis with from 700 to 1,000 Kentuckians, marched against a combined force of British and Indians at Frenchtown on the river Raisin, and drove them from the village. Three days later, General Winchester was told that a large force of the enemy was en route to attack the victors. During a bitter cold night when the precaution of stationing pickets was neglected, early the next morning, 2,000 British and Indians under General Proctor suddenly attacked the camp. The Kentucky riflemen fought stubbornly for hours. Their ammunition ran low, but still they fought. Even when summoned to surrender they refused to lay down their guns until promised that their wounded would be safely guarded and humanely treated. History records how this promise on the part of Proctor was not kept, how the drunken Indians burned and tomahawked the helpless men and officers, until long afterward the rallying cry of the Kentuckians was, "Remember the river Raisin; Raisin and Revenge." At Fort Stephenson, 160 men under Colonel Croghan of Kentucky repulsed Proctor with nearly 4000. When General Isaac Shelby went at the head of the Kentuckians, all felt that he would lead them to victory. It is said that when Commodore Perry wrote, "We have met the enemy and they are ours," after his memorable victory on Lake Erie, that one hundred sharpshooters from Kentucky had aided in the capture. At the battle of the Thames nearly all the American troops were Kentuckians, and that gallant soldier, Colonel Richard M. Johnson, did noble service in the killing of the noted Tecumseh. When Jackson, barricaded behind cotton bales at New Orleans, defeated Pakenham with his veteran forces, more than one fifth of the American soldiers were Kentucky riflemen. 

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Images of Bullitt Co. KY Wills, Estates #genealogy #kentuckypioneers

Bullitt County Wills, Estates, Deeds

Bullitt's LickBullitt County was founded in 1796 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. The land was taken from Jefferson and Nelson counties through an act approved on December 13, 1796 by the Kentucky General Assembly. In 1811, the northwestern area of the county expanded to include land given by Jefferson County and in 1824 an eastern area of the county was given to help form Spencer County. 

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Testators: Allender, Thomas | Allison, Enoch | Allison, Richard | Anderson, Josiah | Ash, Jacob | Baird, David | Bane, Thomas | Baugh, Richard | Bayne, Henry | Beats, John | Beckwith, Daniel | Beckwith, John | Botches, Thomas | Brashea, Marsham | Brasheans, Mary | Bredwell, George | Brown, Benjamin | Brown, Hugh Brown, James | Brown, John | Buckner, Marsham | Buscoe, Samuel | Carpenter, Joel | Carpenter, Margaret | Carrell, Samuel | Carter, Mesheck | Cartmell, Nathan | Case, Samuel | Chalfont, Abner Charles, James | Cofer, William | Collings, Isaac | Collings, Spencer Collins, Thomas | Cornell, Solomon | Cornell, William | Coyle, Patrick | Crenshaw, James | Cross, Jeremiah | Crow, Samuel Sr. | Culver, Benjamin | Cunningham, James | Davis, Jonathan Davison, John B. | Deats, John | Dooly, George | Dragos, Ephraim Dragos, Jane Duvall, Dennis Dyson, Samuel | Emerson, Henson Evans, Josiah Everall, William | Fidler, Francis Field, Henry | Fuguay, Henry | Gamble, William | Gentry, Martin | Glenn, John | Graham, Samuel | Grafton, James | Griffin, James | Griffin, John | Gunterman, Henry | Gunterman, Peter | Hain, William | Hall, David | Hall, Elizabeth | Hall, Simon | Hall, William | Hardman, Jonathan Harris, David | Harris, Zaddock Hart, Henry | Hickston, John | Holbert, James | Hook, Daniel | Hough, Joseph | Hughs, C. | Irons, Jonathan | Irwin, Joseph | James, Jesse | James, Richard | Jenkins, William | Jennings, William | John, James | Jones, Henry | Jones, Jesse | Jordan, John | King, Alexander King, John | King, Weathers Kitchen, John | Lashhook, William | Lemaster, John | McClelland, Robert Metgel, Frederick Miles, Jonathan Sr. Miles, Nathan Morgan, Samuel | Musgrove, Henry | Myers, Jacob Newboult, Sarah Newkirk, Peter | Orme, Ellie Overall, John | Payne, C. Payne, John | Peak, Thomas | Peyton, William | Purcell, Isaac | Quick, Samuel | Ramon, Andrew Ralph, Thomas | Raymon, William | Reed, Joseph | Relf, Thomas (could be Ralph) | Richards, George | Rickets, Peter | Robards, Lewis | Roby, Lawson Rogers, Edward | Sanders, George | Shain, Charles | Shane, William | Shanklin, Richard | Shanks, Elizabeth | Shanks, James | Shanks, Mentor | Shepherd, Adam | Sherin, Francis | Simmons, Griffin | Simmons, Humphrey | Simmons, Jesse | Simmons, Lilburn | Simmons, Richard | Simmons, Robert | Simmons, Tabitha | Simmons, Thomas | Simmons, William Sr. | Slack, John | Smith, James | Smock, Mathias | Snowden, Jacob | Stallings, Samuel | Stebbins, Benjamin | Steele, Jonas | Stone, Edward | Stringer, Edmund | Stringer, Reuben | Summers, Noah | Troutman, Michael | Vaughn, Richard | Weaver, Richard | Welsh, James | Welsh, Samuel | Welsh, William | West, John | Whitley, William | Williams, James | Withers, Benjamin | Wood, Norborne | Yeiser, Jacob 

Images of Bullitt County wills, Estates, Inventories, Book B, 1823 to 1838

Testators: Alexander, Abigail | Alexander, Frederick | Allen, Elizabeth | Allen, Martin | Allen, Thomas | Allison, Enoch | Allison, Isaac | Audd, Joseph | Beckwith, John | Beckwith, John W. | Beckwith, Sarah | Berkley, Hugh | Blandford, Mary Ellen | Blandford, Walter | Brashear, Benjamin | Brashear, Ignatius | Brashear, Marsham | Briscoe, Samuel | Brooks, Thomas | Burch, Eli | Burditt, William Sr. | Caldwell, James | Caldwell, John | Cameron, John | Carpenter, Joel | Cartwell, Henry C. M. | Chandler, William | Chappell, Jesse | Charles, Ezekiel | Clevance, Elizabeth | Collings, Isaac | Connell, James | Cornell, William | Crandell, Thomas | Crenshaw, Bluford Crenshaw, James | Crenshaw, Joel | Crow, Elizabeth | Crutchler, John | Deats, Catharine | Deats, Michael | Dodd, John | Dooly, John | Dragos, Jane | Dunn, John | Eden, John | Falker, Mary | Field, Henry | Fox, Philip | Froman, Susanna | Gentry, Martin | Glenn, John | Green, Joshua | Groce, Jacob | Halbert, James | Hamilton, George | Hamilton, Samuel | Hardman, Jonathan | Harris, Geddy | Hart, Mary J. | Hatfield, Jonah | Hedges, Wesley | Helton, Alexander | Hill, Augustus | Hodges, Joseph | Hornbeck, Hiram Hornbeck, Samuel | Hornbeck, Solomon Jr. | Hubbard, Oppa | Hugh, John | Irons, Agnes | Irwin, Henry | Irwin, Thomas | Johnson, Ephraim | Johnson, Felix | Jones, Jesse | Jones, John | Kennett, Joshua | Kennison, John | King, Henry | King, John | King, Polly | Lack, Joseph | Lee, John | Masden, Benjamin | Masden, James | McNutt, Thomas | Middleton, John | Middleton, Thomas | Moore, Elizabeth | Moore, Evans | Moore, George W. | Moore, Lewis | Moore, Moses Moore, Washington | Morder, Thomas | Morrow, William | Nelson, Donald | Nicholas, Joseph | Orme, Philip | Overall, Partheny | Overall, William | Owens, John | Polly, Joseph | Pope, Benjamin | Price, Isaac | Purcell, Isaac | Purcell, John | Ralph, Thomas | Reed, John | Robards, Lewis | Roberts, Granville | Roby,Lawrence | Roby, William | Rogers, Edward | Russell, Nicholas | Sanders, George | Sanders, Thomas | Sands, Isaac | Shain, Abel | Shain, Charles B. | Shain, Mary | Shanklin, Richard | Shawler, Jacob | Shawler, Mary | Shepherd, Adam | Simmons, Elisha | Simmons, Levi | Simmons, Nancy | Simmons, Rhoda | Simmons, Robert | Simmons, Tabitha | Simmons, William | Sirman, Joseph | Smith, Isaac | Smith, Peter W. | Stallings, John | Stallings, Samuel | Staples, Josiah | Steger, Lewis | Stringer, Reuben Stringer, Richard | Summers, Thomas | Swearington, Obediah | Thomas, Francis | Thornberry, Samuel | Thurman, James | Travis, James | Troutman, Michael Waters, William | Webb, Augustine | Welch, Samuel | Wells, James M. | Wells, Richard | Wells, Thomas | White, Brittain | Williams, John | Williams, Zealy | Wise, Richard | Wright, William | Yo

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