Bumbery & Wangler

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Kentucky, USA



 



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1750—Thomas Walker explores Kentucky through the Cumberland Gap

1775—Daniel Boone builds the Wilderness Trail and establishes Fort Boonesborough

1792—Kentucky becomes the 15th state

1861—Kentucky remains in the Union through the Civil War

1904-1909—The Black Patch War ends a tobacco-buying monopoly

1933—The Tennessee Valley Authority begin building dams in Kentucky

1936—A U.S. Gold Depository is established at Fort Knox

1966—The Kentucky Civil Rights Act is passed

1969—The Tennessee Valley Authority builds a steam-generating plant in Paradise

1990—The Kentucky Education Reform Act is passed
Several Native American groups lived in the Kentucky region when European explorers first arrived in the late 1600s. Some of these groups included the Cherokee, Creek, and Shawnee tribes.

In 1750, Thomas Walker entered Kentucky through the Cumberland Gap. Daniel Boone explored eastern Kentucky in 1767, but Indians prevented permanent settlement of the area until 1775. Boone led a group through the Cumberland Gap to the Kentucky River, forging the famous Wilderness Trail. There they established Boonesborough, one of the first permanent white settlements in Kentucky.

During the Revolutionary War (1775-1783), Indians that sided with Britain attacked Kentucky settlements. For protection, Kentucky became part of Virginia in 1776. In 1778, Virginians captured three British trading posts that were supplying weapons to the Indians. This helped to end most of the attacks against Kentucky settlers.

Kentucky became the 15th state on June 1, 1792, with Frankfort as its capital. As more areas of land were opened for farming, the population grew quickly. Kentucky led the nation in tobacco production. Many farmers grew crops such as corn and rye used in the manufacturing of alcoholic drinks. Hemp, used for making rope, became a very successful crop. By 1840, almost 780,000 people lived in the state.

During the Civil War (1861-1865), Kentucky wanted to remain a neutral state. However when Confederate troops entered western Kentucky in 1861, Kentucky formed a militia to drive them out of the state. The state of Kentucky remained loyal to the Union, but several Kentuckians fought for the Confederacy.

After the Civil War ended, slavery was made illegal. Kentucky’s economy suffered a depression that hit most of the South. Hemp production was the most effected as cotton production declined and traffic along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers decreased. Kentucky continued to lead the nation in growing tobacco. An interest in horse racing led many to raise thoroughbred horses. Several new mines opened as railroad expansion increased the need for coal and oil.

During the early 1900s, a group of tobacco companies held a monopoly on tobacco buying in Kentucky. A group of farmers began burning barns and fields of those who sold to these companies. The Black Patch War (1904-1909) succeeded in breaking up the monopoly and tobacco auctions were adopted.

People in Kentucky lost work as the demand for coal decreased during the 1920s. The Great Depression (1929-1939) also caused many to lose their jobs. In 1933, the federal government created jobs through the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) program. Dams were built along the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers and throughout the state. Many worked on state highways and others conserving natural resources.

World War II (1939-1945) also created jobs with the U.S. military and supplying weapons and food to U.S. soldiers. During the 1960s, the coal industry grew rising to second place nationally. The TVA began building recreational areas in western Kentucky and a steam-generating plant in Paradise. And, Kentucky passed the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, requiring equal employment and housing for all races.

Recently, state leaders have strived to improve Kentucky. Coal production was creating water and air pollution. Laws were passed in 1978 to improve the environment. In 1990, the Kentucky Education Reform Act provided money for better education. Today, Kentucky is also trying to attract new businesses to the state while developing its traditional industries.

Parish : Latitude: 37.8393332, Longitude: -84.2700179


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Birth

Matches 1 to 25 of 848

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Abbott, Dollie  8 Aug 1902Kentucky, USA I19133
2 Abbott, Jane Ruby  1907Kentucky, USA I19383
3 Abbott, Joseph Cody  1815Kentucky, USA I19447
4 Abbott, Mary  1862Kentucky, USA I19441
5 Abbott, William H  1857Kentucky, USA I19440
6 Abbott, Willie  1899Kentucky, USA I19381
7 Adams, Martha Ann  25 Feb 1838Kentucky, USA I17521
8 Adkins, Rhoda  1803Kentucky, USA I19497
9 Alcorn, Albert  Apr 1891Kentucky, USA I26097
10 Alcorn, James A  Abt 1901Kentucky, USA I26089
11 Alcorn, John D  Abt 1897Kentucky, USA I26093
12 Alcorn, Leonard  Jul 1885Kentucky, USA I26095
13 Alcorn, Robert S  Apr 1891Kentucky, USA I26098
14 Alcorn, Sanford  Abt 1899Kentucky, USA I26094
15 Alcorn, Susie  Mar 1889Kentucky, USA I26096
16 Allen, Archie William  22 Oct 1897Kentucky, USA I21327
17 Anderson, Lloyd  1888Kentucky, USA I7040
18 Anderson, Pauline  1913Kentucky, USA I7045
19 Anderson, Ruby  1915Kentucky, USA I7047
20 Anderson, Susan M  Jun 1864Kentucky, USA I5108
21 Anderson, Willard  1909Kentucky, USA I7044
22 Ashley, Nancy E  1836Kentucky, USA I4356
23 Ashley, Uisaha  1795Kentucky, USA I6541
24 Aud, Catherine  1808Kentucky, USA I12691
25 Aud, John Sandey  1812Kentucky, USA I12684

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Died

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Baily, Elizabeth Ann  7 Nov 1957Kentucky, USA I4180
2 Bartlett, Donley Gorden Jr.  10 Jul 1970Kentucky, USA I21291
3 Bartlett, Jesse Spencer  18 Oct 1926Kentucky, USA I21332
4 Bartlett, Joseph Frank  1 Sep 1952Kentucky, USA I21319
5 Bartlett, Otis  30 Jul 1897Kentucky, USA I21321
6 Bartlett, William S  21 Aug 1887Kentucky, USA I21318
7 Bottom, Julia Frances  17 Jun 2010Kentucky, USA I6421
8 Brothers, Mary Josephine  24 Dec 1977Kentucky, USA I26485
9 Chamberlain, Susan Mary  19 Aug 1886Kentucky, USA I21317
10 Coon, Mary Lillian  13 Jul 1928Kentucky, USA I19894
11 Curry, John Lee  1947Kentucky, USA I4153
12 Ford, Charlotte P  19 Mar 1901Kentucky, USA I21331
13 Griffin, Elizabeth  Yes, date unknownKentucky, USA I22315
14 Hatchell, Armpie  31 May 1962Kentucky, USA I22720
15 Henry, Rosa A  20 Aug 1932Kentucky, USA I1414
16 Miller, Suda J  24 Dec 1949Kentucky, USA I21320
17 Peavler, Eva May  22 Apr 2008Kentucky, USA I4694
18 Preston, Iona J  Est 1914Kentucky, USA I4544
19 Preston, Lewis  Yes, date unknownKentucky, USA I22314
20 Reeves, Charlie  31 Oct 1925Kentucky, USA I26227
21 Reeves, Ernest  22 Dec 1916Kentucky, USA I26223
22 Ross, Garrnet  18 Sep 1924Kentucky, USA I4772
23 Ross, Raymond  31 Oct 1928Kentucky, USA I4774
24 Ross, Warren G  14 Jun 1925Kentucky, USA I4773
25 Smith, Florence  22 Oct 1951Kentucky, USA I21350

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Buried

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 Smock, Laura Bell  Kentucky, USA I4092

Alternate Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Alternate Birth    Person ID 
1 Biddle, Catherine  1836Kentucky, USA I28812

Civil War Veteran

Matches 1 to 8 of 8

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Civil War Veteran    Person ID 
1 Battershell, Simpson Marion  Bet 12 Apr 1861 and 9 May 1865Kentucky, USA I21834
2 Brown, Abraham Nelles Jr.  Bet 8 Oct 1861 and 31 Dec 1864Kentucky, USA I22236
3 Hughes, Calvin George  Bet 3 Oct 1861 and 22 Apr 1862Kentucky, USA I2600
4 Peavler, John  Bet 27 Jun 1863 and 26 Dec 1864Kentucky, USA I4594
5 Peveler, William Oliver Sr.  Bet 12 Jan 1861 and 14 Dec 1864Kentucky, USA I4590
6 Pevler, Leonard C Sr.  Bet 20 Oct 1861 and 10 Jan 1862Kentucky, USA I2741
7 Sallee, Strander Lewis  Bet 12 Sep 1861 and 30 Jun 1862Kentucky, USA I4879
8 Vandivier, Isaac J  Bet 18 Aug 1862 and 15 Apr 1863Kentucky, USA I17520

CSA Veteran

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    CSA Veteran    Person ID 
1 Travis, Henry Clay  8 Oct 1861Kentucky, USA I9653

Military Deserted

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military Deserted    Person ID 
1 Travis, Henry Clay  21 Dec 1862Kentucky, USA I9653

Military Discharge

Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military Discharge    Person ID 
1 Brown, Abraham Nelles Jr.  31 Dec 1864Kentucky, USA I22236
2 Pevler, Leonard C Sr.  10 Jan 1862Kentucky, USA I2741
3 Travis, Henry Clay  21 Dec 1862Kentucky, USA I9653

Military Enlisted

Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military Enlisted    Person ID 
1 Brown, Abraham Nelles Jr.  8 Oct 1861Kentucky, USA I22236
2 Hughes, Calvin George  3 Oct 1861Kentucky, USA I2600
3 Pevler, Leonard C Sr.  20 Apr 1847Kentucky, USA I2741
4 Sallee, Strander Lewis  12 Sep 1861Kentucky, USA I4879

Military Muster In

Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military Muster In    Person ID 
1 Peavler, John  19 Sep 1863Kentucky, USA I4594
2 Peveler, William Oliver Sr.  9 Dec 1861Kentucky, USA I4590

Military Pension

Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military Pension    Person ID 
1 Peavler, Catherine Ann  29 Oct 1883Kentucky, USA I4351
2 Sallee, Anderson  29 Oct 1883Kentucky, USA I4352
3 Sallee, Anderson  1 Jun 1896Kentucky, USA I4352

Moved To

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Moved To    Person ID 
1 Bumpus, William Sanuel Jr.  1838Kentucky, USA I25410

Married

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   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Anderson / Alcorn  10 Jan 1906Kentucky, USA F8310
2 Ashley / Unknown  Est 1820Kentucky, USA F2374
3 Bartlett / Green  5 Nov 1914Kentucky, USA F7449
4 Bishop / Cheek  Est 1929Kentucky, USA F4973
5 Bumpus / Fontnes  Abt 1907Kentucky, USA F8883
6 Bumpus / Simmons  Est 1929Kentucky, USA F8846
7 Carter / Smock  1896Kentucky, USA F2537
8 Cox / Preston  1934Kentucky, USA F1705
9 Craig / Preston  Est 1938Kentucky, USA F1717
10 Ferrand / Brown  Est 1850Kentucky, USA F756
11 Hammons / Preston  Est 1925Kentucky, USA F1562
12 Hatfield / Helm  1841Kentucky, USA F6790
13 Huff / Peavler  Est 1940Kentucky, USA F1507
14 Matherly / Peavler  9 Oct 1901Kentucky, USA F1541
15 Meers / Kraft  4 Jan 1940Kentucky, USA F1057
16 Oestreich / Clark  Est 1921Kentucky, USA F2378
17 Peavler / Kelly  15 May 1897Kentucky, USA F1694
18 Peavler / Smock  1893Kentucky, USA F1552
19 Peevler / Kraft  26 Nov 1954Kentucky, USA F773
20 Pevlor / Paul  1922Kentucky, USA F2539
21 Pevlor / Unknown  1892Kentucky, USA F2525
22 Pittman / Peavler  21 Nov 1932Kentucky, USA F1330
23 Preston / Anness  Est 1937Kentucky, USA F1719
24 Preston / Burchett  Est 1926Kentucky, USA F1715
25 Preston / Divine  18 Oct 1893Kentucky, USA F1560

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