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History of McHenry, Ohio County, Kentucky

Shirley Watson Smith

History of McHenry, Ohio County, Kentucky

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Published by S.W. Smith in Rockport, Ky (6584 State Rt. 1245, Rockport 42369) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • McHenry (Ky.)
    • Subjects:
    • McHenry (Ky.) -- History.,
    • McHenry (Ky.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementShirley Watson Smith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF459.M5 S65 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination479, xi p. :
      Number of Pages479
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1499878M
      LC Control Number93177209


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Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels: McHenry. No comments: Post a Kentucky book. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Ohio County Comments (Atom)Author: Charles A. Leach. Ohio County, Kentucky History Saturday, Ap Col. John Hardin McHenry, Jr. Col. John Hardin McHenry, Jr.

was born in Ohio County Ohio County Feb and died in Owensboro 7 Jul ; he is buried in Rosehill Cemetery in : Charles A. Leach. He at once removed to Hartford, and entered upon the duties of his office, resigning in ; in the following year History of McHenry elected to the legislature; in was elected to congress from the Second Congressional District of Kentucky, as a Whig; in was elected delegate Ohio County Ohio and Hancock Kentucky book to the convention which framed the present constitution of Kentucky, and, in Author: Charles A.

Leach. Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. Donaldson, in these two volumes reprinted as one by Clearfield Company, have abstracted Caswell County Will Books A through F, Ohio County the years toand Will Books G through O, covering the period to The will book abstracts comprise the bulk of both volumes.

They are arranged chronologically, according to the date of the court session, and include. Col. John Hardin McHenry, Jr. was born in Ohio County 21 Feb and died in Owensboro 7 Jul ; he is buried in Rosehill History of McHenry in Owensboro. Col. McHenry married Josephine (Josie) Phillips and they had five children: Sue D., Ohio County, Jennie, Starling, and Junius Hardin.

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Hartford. History. Ohio County was formed in from land taken from Hardin County. Ohio was the 35th Kentucky county in order of formation. It was named for the Ohio River, which originally formed its northern boundary, but it lost its northern portions inwhen Daviess County and Hancock County Congressional district: 1st.

Ohio County, the thirty-fifth county in order of formation, is in the Western Coal Field region of Kentucky. It is bordered by Breckinridge, Butler, Daviess, Grayson, Hancock, McLean, and Muhlenberg counties and has an area of square miles.

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(Rockport, Kentucky: S.W. Smith, c). History of No Creek, Ohio County, Kentucky: With a Genealogy and Biographical Section Harry D. Tinsley Roberts Print Company, - No Creek (Ky.) - pages. MSS McHENRY Coal Company Collection 29 Production ledgers of the mines and invoices and account books of the company stores in Ohio County, Kentucky.

2 boxes. 6 volumes. SUBJECT ANALYTICS Account books, Coal industry and trade, Ohio County is located in the central portion of western Kentucky. It is traversed east to west by the Wendell Ford Parkway and north to south by the William Natcher Parkway.

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Biographical sketches of two hundred and seventy-five Ohio County citizens appear in Kentucky, a History of the State, by J. Battle [and W. Perrin and G. Kniffin], published in Louisville and Chicago in This is a volume of about a thousand pages: the first half is devoted to a history of the State, and the last half to biographical sketches.

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Statewide collections are found on the Kentucky. McHenry is a home rule-class city in Ohio County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was at the time of the year U.S. census. History. Originally called Hamelton, the town was renamed in to honor Congressman Henry D.

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Production ledgers for mines and invoices and account books of the company stores belonging to the McHenry Coal Company of Ohio County, Kentucky. Papers (Cobb, Rebecca) - Cobb, Rebecca Paper, "Thistle Cottage," written by Rebecca Cobb for a WKU restoration class, documenting the history of this house built in Greenville, Kentucky for coal.

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It was North of Rockport and split McHenry with most of the stripping done to the West of McHenry. Sinclair Mine was located in Muhlenberg County and just across and South of.

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