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Charles Julian journal, 1800-1869

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Title

Charles Julian journal

Date

1800-1869

Repository

University of Kentucky Special CollectionsLexington, Kentucky 40506

Arrangement

Arrangement is basically chronological.

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Charles Julian journal, 1800-1869, 1F56M-246, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

Extent

1 reel of microfilm (partial)

Biography/History

Farmer. Charles Julian was born in Virginia. He represented Stafford County in that state's legislature, then, in 1812 came to Kentucky with his wife Jennie Moore Julian, and their children. In Kentucky, he was one of the directors of the Commonwealth Bank and the Bank of Kentucky. His son Alexander married Bettie C. Laughlin in 1853; she died in 1877, leaving seven children.

Scope and Content

This journal includes hints on farming, diagrams of planting, including contour plowing, statements on the best procedures for journeying westward, and lists of the children of Charles Julian and of his son, Alexander Julian.

Subjects

  • Julian, Charles, 1774-1837.
  • Julian, Jennie Moore.
  • Julian, Harriet L, 1798-
  • Julian, Hellen, 1800-
  • Julian, Mildred Abbott, 1802-
  • Julian, John James, 1804-
  • Julian, Charles Henry, 1806-
  • Julian, Margaret, 1808-
  • Julian, Jane, 1811-
  • Julian, Henry S, 1813-
  • Julian, Virginia, 1815-
  • Julian, Ann Maria, 1817-
  • Julian, Alexander, 1820?-
  • Julian, Bettie C. Laughlin, d. 1877.
  • Julian, Charles H, 1854-
  • Julian, Lucy W, 1856-
  • Julian, Jane Moore, 1858-
  • Julian, William Alexander, 1860-
  • Julian, Henry W, 1862-
  • Julian, Tarlton G, 1864-
  • Julian, Clarence, 1869-
  • Julian family.
  • Farm management--Kentucky.
  • Agriculture--Kentucky.
  • Frontier and pioneer life--Kentucky.
  • Farmers.
  • Kentucky--History.
  • Kentucky--Genealogy.
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