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 INTRODUCTORY.
Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges in the United States »
owe their origin to an act of Congress, entitled " An act donat-
ing public lands to the several States and Territories which may
  provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic
,  arts," approved July 2, 1862. The amount of land donated
` was 30,000 acres for each Representative in the National Con-
gress. Under this allotment Kentucky received 330,000 acres.
  Several years elapsed before the Commonwealth established an I
  Agricultural and Mechanical College under the act. lVhen es-
  tablished it was not placed upon an independent basis, but was
i—__ A made one of the Colleges of Kentucky University, to which In- .
  stitution the annual interest of the proceeds of the Congres-
  sional land gl`3.11l] was to be given for the purpose of carrying
  on its operations. The land scrip had meanwhile been sold for `
i` fifty cents per acre, and the amount received—8165,000—in-
  vested in six per cent. Kentucky State bonds, of which the
  State became the custodian in trust for the College.
gf  The connection with Kentucky University continued till 1878, ’_
  when the act of 1865, making it one of the Colleges of said
  University, was repealed, and a Commission was appointed to
  recommend to the Legislature of 1879-80 a plan of organization
 A for an Institution, including an Agricultural and Mechanical
  College, such as the necessities of the Commonwealth require.
  The city of Lexington offered to the Commission (which was
  also authorized to recommend to the General Assembly the
  place, which, all things considered, offered the best and greatest .
  inducements for the future and permanent location of the Col-
 Y lege) the City Park, containing fifty-two acres of land, within

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  the limits of the city, and thirty thousand dollars in city bonds
  for the erection of buildings. This 0Her the county of Fayette
  supplemented by twenty thousand dollars in county bonds, to
l be used either for the erection of buildings or for the purchase
: of land. The oifers of the city of Lexington and of the county
  of Fayette were accepted by the General Assembly.
; By the act of incorporation, and the amendments thereto,
Q constituting the charter of the Agricultural and Mechanical
A College of Kentucky, liberal provision is made for educating,
l free of tuition, the energetic young men of the Commonwealth
  whose means are limited. The Normal Department, for which
provision is also made, is intended to aid in building up the y
1 Common School system by furnishing properly qualified Teach-
ers. This College, with the associated departments which will, —
from time to time, be opened as the means placed at the dis-
posal of the Trustees allow, will, it is hoped, in the no distant  ,
future, do a great work in advancing the educational interests ‘
of Kentucky. Being entirely undenominational in its charac-
ter, it will appeal with coniidence to people of all creeds and of
no creed, and will endeavor, in strict conformity with the re- '
1 quirements of its organic law. to afford equal advantages to all,
exclusive advantages to none. The liberality of the Common-
wealth in supplementing the inadequate annual income arising
from the proceeds of the land scrip invested in State bonds,  ·
will, it is believed, enable the Trustees to begin and carry on,
upon a scale commensurate with the wants of our people, the
operations of the Institution whose management and oversight ·
have been committed to them by the General Assembly of Ken- A
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1 HIS EXOELLENCY GOVERNOR S. B. BUCKNER.
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l_ it Truslecs WV/lose Term of Ofgc E:upi7·as Jmzuary 10, 1890:
1 Q, P. P. Jouxsrox ....................... Fayette county.
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S_ ; Pnitmrox BIRD, Esq. .................... Shelby county.
It { JUDGE W. B. lirxxnaii . ................... Fayette county.
E [ Du. R. J. SPIIRR ....................... Fayette county.
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., C.x1*‘1‘. W. D. BICIIOLAS ..... . . . . ......... Fayette county.
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"   Hoy. R. A. S1·r;n1z . ...................... Fayette county.
1;   Cot. L. J. B1<.u»1·‘oRD . .................... Covington.
l' Lg, D1:. J. D. CL.\lil>Y ................... . . . Cliristian county. A
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S,   Truslecs WY/lose Term of Qfcc E.vpi2·cs Jam/#17*y 10, 1894: _
T,   Juno}: \V. C. Iaistaxii .............. . .... Boyd county.
[3   (ii·;x’1. D. (J. Briant. ..................... Louisville.
It   W. NV. Tien .................. . ..... Graves county.
1_ F COL. l*l.u<’1* Gussox ...................... Lexington.
  _ E.vc<:uti1:c Conmziftcc. "
A  ` XV. B. I{IX]{E.\l), C1l2\ll`lll2lll,
  PHILENION Bllll),
  R. A. Siwicu,
  P. P. Jouxswox,
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ig JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D., F. S. A., Paiasinnzvr,
  Professor of Metaphysics and Civil History.
, JOHN SHACKLEFORD, A. M., Vrcia:-Pruzsrmzxr, A
` Professor of the English Language and Literature.
, ROBERT PETER, M. D.,
  Eir1cR1’rUs Professor of Chemistry and Experimental Physics.
L JAMES G. VVHITE, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.
i THOMAS H. MORGAN, M. S., A `
Professor of Natural History.
U J. H. KASTLE, Pu. D., _
Professor of General, Organic and Agricultural Chemistry.
F. M. HELVETI, A. M., .
Professor of the French and German Languages and Literature.  
JOHN H. NEVILLE, A. M.,
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Literature.
I J. H. CONNELL, B. S..  _
, Professor of Agriculture and Horticulture.
ALEX. L. PETERMAN, B. S.,
Principal of the Normal Department and Professor of Civil Government.
WM. NEVVBROUGH, A. M., M. E., y
Professor of Civil Engineering and Physics.
DILLARD H. CLARK, Fiasr L11·;U·r. U. S. A., Coimr.xxD.·.Nr,
Professor of Military Science.
  J. C. OLIVER, " 4
i Professor of Practical Mechanics.
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I WVALTER K, PATTERSON, i
j Principal of the Academy.
1 M, L. PENCE, M. S., .
( Instructor in the Academy.
, XVILLIAM C. PRE\\'I'l`T, A. M.,
l ln~trnctor in Latin and Greek, and Assistant in the Acarlciny.
_ J. W. NIHVMAN, B. S.,
Professor of Theory and Practice of Teaching.  _ ·

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J. LEWIS LOGAN, A. B.,
Instructor in the Academy.
Mas. LUCY B. BLACKBURN,
A Matron and Instructor in the Academy.
Commercial and Phouographic Department.
Faculty of Instruction.
J. C. ORCUTT, I’R1Nc11·AL.
Assistants. r
` SHERMAN VV. FERRIS,
‘ D. S. COFFEY,
. Mus. B. A. ORCUTT.
  JUDGE MATT. WALTON,
Q Lecte¢v·e7· on Commercial Law.
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  J. XV. PRYOR, M. D.
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  Boar:] of Control. .
  JUDGE XV. B. KINKEAD ............. i _
· PHILEMON BIRD ................ )
  D a, R. J. SP llll ,................
” I U ` Executive Committee.
yy P. I’. JOHNSTON .................
  R. A. SPE RR ................... ) "
J. \V. CLARDY .................. /
e JAS li. l’AT'lYERSOS . ............. l. . . l’resideut of the College.
I M. A. SCO\'lCLL, M. S ................. Director of Station.
  ‘'1  ` Q]7ic02*s of t/xc Station.
JI. A. SCOYELL, BI. S. .............. Director and Cliemiet,
A. M. PETER, M. S. . ............... lst Assistant iii Chemistry.
U H. E. CURTIS, B. S. ................ lid Assistant iu Chemistry.
_` JAM ES MURRAY ................ ].)l'1lCl.lC2Il Horticulture.
  U. L. CURTIS ................... Practical Agriculture.

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V EDWARD ELLERSHAW ................ C1-new STOKE, Exo,.
HUGH M. FRAZER ................... L1sx1;~:m·01~:.
L XV. A. PATTERSON . ...........,....... Lxsxxxcrox. '
, ANNA G. PRE`WlTT ................... Alusxs. ¤
R. B. WALKER ...................... Lizxixorox. l
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AUD, Joux M.u>u1‘1N ..................... Finehville. »  
Aumcx, Emvix C11Es1·1aRr1EL1» ................ Morgan. ‘
AUL1c1c, LLEw1·:LLA Fnxxcrs ................. Morgan. _.
Armxis, Tnoxrxs RAxr>0Li·11 . ............ . . . Lexington.
Anxius, ILATE Ixxizs ...... . .............. Lexington. r
ALLEN, ELxr.~. V. . ...................... Lexington.  
· \ Axmmsox, RICHARD Tuoxxxs ....... . ..... . . Lexington. ’
' A Axmcizsox, Jxxrlcs BLY'I`lrl]·] .................. Lexington.
Aumgs, M. Ilizmrxx. .................... Victoria, Australia.
Asiucn, Hvou Husrox ................ . . . Pineville.
Asmm. R0m:1zT. ....................... Pineville.
Arrmsiciar, Grzonon Dxvin ..,............... Munfordville. 4
BAIRD, Jxxrlzs AI.l§lil<'P .................... Elizabethtown .
lhuim. S'I`l'>XlC\\'ALL Kmzx . .................. Lexington.
BARBER, Bxsir. Dunn:. .................... Oenln, Flu.
g Bxmslciz, Lxxxs S1·u1zca1;oz< . . ............... Ocala, Flu. .
` lixmcic, Axxu: Jxxic ................. . . . Lexington.
  lhucmiz, K.v1‘i1ia1<11~:1·: MAY ........ . .......... Lexington.
l lixigmt, S.u.L11; Bi·;LLr: ..... . .... . ....... Lexington.
i llxxrz, X]£'1"l`IE .\Uc:Us'r.x ................... Lexington.
i liztmz, ]Cx11LY HALE . ..................... Lexington. '
J iil\1<'l`LH.'l"1`, llonms \V111*rox ................. Lexington.
- lixiternxx, EL1z.x1=|·1*r11 . .................... Lexington.
i ii.·\I{l{l.EY, $.\l.L\' Rmx) .................... (lreenville.
I BALL, Axxx ......................... Zoiieton. ‘
l l31cLL, Do1·, .......,............... Bell.
liiciucx, II l·;x1:x‘ SKILLMAX . .................. Lexington.
l¥1»:xx,L1n.x . ............... . ...... Lexington- . _
 
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BEAN, LIINNIE TIIoisIs0N ................... Lexington.
I BELL, NPZLLIE A. . ...................... Cmnpbellsburg.
BELL, NA0sII SELAIA ..................... Cainpbellsburg.
BELL, WILLIAM NOLAN . ................... Bedford.
llissicx, I{A'I`IE DEWEEs ......... ' .......... Lexington.
` A Ilosw1·;I.I., J0I1N XVILLIAM. .................. Finchxille.
GW l;oswELL, GEORGE WASIIINGTON . ............... Finehville.
lioswo1z*r1I, CIIAIz ................. Iiurles.
  C<»iiI‘i1.EY . ................... Lexington.
C0L1:i·:m*, l<_I<.·uAI:I> ...................... Lexington.
» Cowiiigim. `llo1sEIz·r LEE . ................... Ciunpbellsville.
_ Uwllis, )[.\)lll·] TILFORI). ................... Lexington.
\ l`i>iJl1i:AN, ExIEIzsoN B ..................... Lexington,
\l`·’>X, Ali'l`HUR IHELYIN .................... Cyiitliiziiiu.
Uoxiixs, XVILLIANI I·IEN1 ALLEN ................... (lwemlaile.
V _ A` K’lTK'l'lS, C.\l V ...................... Toinpkinsville.
l E\`.\NS, Cll.\li¤i~:i·:, HRLRN D.\\;GIIEI{'LY . ................ Georgetown. _
llxyias, J A M ics El)\\'I\RD ................... Wineliester.
llxys JAM1;s SIDNEY . .....,.............. Chaplin.
. lIAooIN, J.xM1·;s \YILLI.\)l . ..... . ........,.. \\`ilniore. ·
i U.\lll>IN, CUlil{I·IN1’Y AR*rIIL‘R ................. Sylvan Dell.
HAu1>1N, J n·;ss1·: XVOLFORD ................... Chaplin.
. Hxunix, RRJIIARD ]‘iO\\',\N . .................. (`liaplin.
· li.\lll1lN. ALDicN Yoiegra ................... ]’inoliville.
l llxiiriiiciz, K.vri1·; Ci·:<.·1L . . . ................ P1·estonsl»urg. _
Hxys, JAM1·;s M. ....,.................. liui·l»ourvill··. I
lI.xY1'l`l·Zl{ ................... Nlillodgeville.
·_ ll•·;1.M, ERN1·;s*r VVllI'I`lC .......... . ......... Hilledgevillo. `
lli»;xRN1a, .los1;1·i1 Cl.l·I)IliN'|` .................. Walnut Hill.
`  lli;.u:Ni·:, XVILLIAM FRANKLIN ................ \\'alnut Hill.

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· HENDRicRs, }.[UR'I`ILLAH ................... Catawba.
i HILL, Tnosms Cui-Lsrix ................... Sharpe. ·
Q HIEROXY)IOl`S. C1—rARLEs B. .................. Beattyville.
  Hicks, Josrzrii Luxvrs . .,.... . ..........,.. Holbrook. .
i Hoizixo, CuARLEs ...................... Lexington. A
V H0\\`ELL, NATHAX Tuoxrirs .................. Shelbyville.
V LLORNBROOK, SALLIE ADAMS . .........,....... Lexington.
HoRxsRY, HENR\' CLAY ................... Laurel C1·eek. ,
I HOXVARD, Jour: ANDRE\\’ ...............l . . Summer Shade. `
_. Hoixr, RUBY ._ ........................ Louisa. L
V HoRxE, Josnnx ELIJA11 COLUMBUS .............. Woodville.
` IIUDSOX, ERxEs*r . ...................... Lexington.
H uDs0N, Dnxvi-1R LY<;URoUs ................. New Columbus. ~
i Huoriics, LEONARD SAMUEL . . ............... Frankfort.
` HURs·r, Jeux HENRY ........... I ........,. Pineville. .
Honsr, AVILLIAM D ...................... Pineville.
l Hxrronison, Gizoiiom XVALTER ................ Keene. _‘
HUNT, Hman L ........................ Green Mount.
HUM`, IRENE LEoxoR.t ..................., Lexington.  
lxxizs, S.xRA1i HAXNAU . ........,.......... Frankfort. `
[xmas, Mxooriz . ....................... Frankfort.
Iiavixo, )[.\liGARl£'I` Loxo .... . .............. Lexington. ii
IXGRAM, YVY.v1"r LI.\\\`l(INS .................. Anthoston.  ·
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·i.\1'K5ON, JAMES IsA.x<; .................... Barbourville. {
Z Jxxricsox, Joiix \v1LLI.\\I ................... Ford.
Jrzxxixos, Axx1E BELLE ................... Lexington.
·l Exkrxs, Al{'l`HUR ................,..... Elizabethtown.
Jonxsox, J.xm·:s R1<1i1ARD . ................. Louisa. i
Jonxsoy, Jnins ;XLEXAN1JER ................. VVilliamstown.. ‘
.Iox|·;<, lllxnisox ll0YD .............. . .... Tuttle.
linisnii. l§r:x.us11N C.. ............ . ...... Alexandria.
i{[Xl{E.\lJ, .i‘:l.lZAlil·Z'l`ll S1iELDY . . . ............. Lexington. *_
l{1i·1*ix . ........... . .......... Heekin.
LYKIXS, S.\)lL`l·ZL L.\l7.\\`lC'l`1`E ................. '1`ollesboro.  ·

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Blxxiax. JOHN GEE ..... . ............... Tompkinsville.
, )[.\R'l‘lN, IRR . ......,................. Lusby`s Mills.
LHAY, JOuN \VILGL'$. ............. . ....... Lexington.
Mxi·1>1N, HENRY BAMJOM ................... Cutlettsburg.
L Mxx. XVILLIABI H. ...................... Prestonsburg.
]l,\XNING, CHARLES Nl\'l`l[.\NIEL. ............... Manchester.
ALANXING, H. R ........... . ............ Blnneliester.
)lxRRs, SxMUEL Onxmxu . ........... . ...... Edmonton.
A Blxnwu, Jizssic BRY.¤.NT . ................... Richmond.
` )Ix1:<;n,HxRR1ETT ...................... Rielnnond. -
)l.\l{`I`lN, LILY DOVE ..................... Eurle’s. .
]l.\NN, YV1i1TT1NO.TON. .......... . ...... . . Paris.
_ ][]·Z'l`CAL]’]i, ]§L1zx1sETu Hiaxiiiziexs ..... . ....... Lexington.
]lE'l`C.\I.1·’I·Z, LILLIAN. ..................... Lexington,
V )lll¤I1Ll£'I`ON, JxM1;s DIONZA .................. Hodgenville. I
)I11.LxRT>, Hl(.'H.\I¥.D MONTGOMERY ............... Snlyersville.
)iILl.ER, BIARY ANN11a ....,............... Hinlcleville.
l ]lOlil£)[l·lX, ALONEO, JR. .................... Bl‘€l.ll(l€I]l)ll1`g.
Jl  Moss, Mxux CUSTAR ..................... Lexington.
i`   Moss, ZULETNNE CLIFTON . .................. Lexington.
Nloimxx, ELLEN KEY Howxnn ................ Lexington.
., )lOR1:is,.]O11N A. ............. . ......... Blue Lick.
)lOOl{E, SAMUEL il`IAl{C`L'S ...... . ........... Puyne’s Depot.
  )l¤)Ol1l£. )[1NN1i: ....,.................. Sliziwlizufs Sta.
i i\loona·;, l)L’i;i·: ........................ Jueksonville.
lloouia, XVIHTXICY ...................... Midway.
_ Moonic, l\I.··.RT1N LKTIIICR ................... Holes. `
 ‘ )iUT.l'.IG.\N, Louis I{l'$'l`ON CRI'I"I`lCN])EN ............ Lexington.
V Nli‘N<·EY,Y1<·*1‘OR E)I.XNL'l·1L . ................. Louisu.
` )iCC.\l{'l`ll\', Joux. ...................... `Lexington. `
;\l¤'F.\RI.IN, Joux \V1i.L1xM .................. Stowers.
`=lwAR1»i.1c, C11.xRLi·;s EMMET . ................. Lexington.
. )iCCOXl£l.l.. W1LL1xM l’n*1x. ............... Lexington.
li¤'El.l{.\'l`Il, Ficux Bxnnoun ............ . .... Muiwuy.
kl x Z\[·JE1.111NN1·:Y, )L\llY ..................... Lexington.
lc. Xxx 1·:, l·l.xRRY JixM1·;> _ .................... Troy.
k. Xiiwwox, N,\’l`IL\X AL•·;x.xN1»1s1: ................ Lexington.
lc. ` Sli.\l.l·1] ALv1N TlIO)I.\¥ . ................... Lnwi·e1icel»ui·g.
N |i\`lLLli, l`1ARY ....................... Lexington.
·_ N 1-;\‘1L1,i·;, Zr~:Lixi»x ......... . ........... Lexington. _
NI(‘llOl,.\N, Jonx Xv.\N)[E'l`l·Zli. ................. Lexington. ·
  Noirrox, UlI.\lIAx, CHARLES EDWARD. ................. Smitlfs Mills.
  NoRAIAN, R0iiER*I* M. ..................... Smith’s Mills.
Vi NURR, CLEAIERT SINGLETON. ................. Marion.
OUTTEN, NVILLIAAI ...................... Hickman.
‘ O\\’ENS, ELNVARD F. . ..................... Hzirrodsburg.
‘· O’BAxIoN, JOHN BRYANT ......... . ........ Hesler.
_ OTCONNELL, WILLIAXNI WILBUR ................ El Pnso, Ill-
OLLHAAI, JEI~‘EERs0N ..................... Lexington.
4 OS1s0RxE, SANDEORD. ............... · · · . . . Hedges. -
I OIT, MARY HAzLEToI~I .................... Lexington.
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. PAINTER, ADELAIDE ELIzA1sETI—I, ............... Sag Harbor, N. Y.. I
F PAGE, `VILLIA)1 SEAEURY .................. Mason.
PAYRE, l\1ARGARE'l‘ W00LEY. ............ . . . . Lexington.
l l’ARI ..................... Carpenter.
{ lloiiizlyis, L[.\li'l`ll.\ BELLE ................... Louisa.
. i:l`<'l(Iil{y AIAHY LoUISA . ......... . ........ Lexington.
I iiUl`l{ lill, Join: WVILLIAAI ................... Lexington.
I SARIIIISRY, JULIA CIIIL*Iox .................. Pinluwd Station,.
` $Axi»Ens_ B I·I'|"l'lI·1 C,\SS.\N]>li.\ ................. Zoneton.
$.\Nl>l·2R$, MYIIA MILL ER ................... Zoneton.
5l·]Ll.1l·Zll, LITCIEN LIUILXT ................... Lexington. .~ 

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SILER, IsIIAM OseAR ..................... Lot. `
SIMCLAIR, Jomv HENRY . ................... Porter.
SULLIYAN, GEORGE MICHAEL ................. Chilesburg. _
SCOVELL, FRANK ELMER., ................... Newton. Ill.
. S<·oTT, )[ICHAEL O\VSLEY ................... Edmonton.
SHANV, HIRAM. JR ......,................ Lexington.
SIIEELY, ALVIN MERRILL . ........,......... Lexington.
SIIELRY, GEORGE SIIANKLIN . ................. Lexington.
SHELBY, KATIIARINE ............. . . . .... Lexington. i
i SIIELEY, ALFlDoX ................. Russell Cave. V
$TOCl{\VliLl,, J0IIN REED. ................... Lexington.
S'l`I·l\`liNSON. BIARY ETTA. ............... . . . , Chilesbnrg.
S'I`li\'l·ZXSOX, CIIARLEs GARo0*I‘ ................. Chilesburg. `
- SRYGLIQY, WILLIAM FIELDING . ................ Winiield, Kan.
YllAYLOlt, O*rIIo OW EX ....... . ............ llecl House.
_‘ 'l‘EA<:1·;R, JAM ES NEs. ............. . ...... Tollesboro.
ill(lI>I), ()seAR K ENN EY. ........ . ........... New Liberty, I
I Toon Cll;\l{Ll·IS LEE ............. . ....... Lexington.
'l`<>ML1Nsox, LIZZIIC . .......... . ........ Bryuntsville.
vlll"I"I'Ll·I, JosE1·II ....................... Irvine.
Illblflilili Gliiilitili \V[LLIA1\I .................. \Villiamstown.
Tun l}l{Ml¤Ii'I`ON, SAMUEL ............. . .... Mt. Olivet.
‘l'no1·;RE, Jonx JoeEI·1I ..... . .............. Covington.
llll¢>l{N'l`()N, .loIIN XVILLIUS . . ................. Lexington.
rllllOAll’SllN, LUNE*r*1‘E ..................... Lexington,
'l`uoM1·soN, WILLIAM TEYIS . ................. Brooksville.
'i`U0MAsoN, STOKE BAcoN ................... Hampton.
J 'l`R1<:o, XVILLIAM CLAY . ................... New Columbus.
_ Timex, NANNIE. ..................... _. . Lexington.

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’ NTANMETER, JosI~;I>I·I CLAY ................... WVinchester. . L
Q V.x1~:xII-zum, ALLI12 LETCHER. ................. Winchester.
  \v}·1AL, BLLRY Cxiruxiuxn . ......- . .......,... Chilesburg.
{ Vicmzns, CoI.mInUs HxaIILTox .............. Huntingdon, XV. Va.
I \\'.iLLxcn, Jxm-as Anonsuxn . ................ Ii-vine. `
·· _ WVATSON, XYACHEL BAILEY. .................. Minerva.
`\vI\LDROP. EDG;\R. ...................... East Engle.
i `VALBY, MILI>RI;I> Huouizs ............,..... Lexington.
V XVALLIS, XVILLIILM RUSSELL . ................. Lexington.
i \V.\RD, Jonx XVESLEY, Ju ......... . ......... Lexington.
XVARREN, JosIzI>II Evxxs ................... Donernile.
t XVxI<::¢i, WILLI.x>I CIIxRLEs . ................ Skinnersburg.
\V.xI.L1-zu, ANNIE .............. . ........ Lexington.
\VEs·r, Josicen GIGNILIAITTI; ................. Russell Cave. `
\ViasT, Jxirns Nnvmw .................... Russell Cave. _.
CWI-;I.Li:Iz, Jxcx . ....................... Falls of Rough. in
\Vi;I.I.1;1<, Gisoitoic D.uI0x . .................. (funiner. i· 
EW\VIi'l`1Il£Rl3Y, SxxIU1cL DxvIs . ..... A ...... . ..... Middletown. Q
`\VIi1sB1·:i<, EMILY ......... l .............. Lexington.
`\VIL1.IImsox, \VILI.I.\)[ WxLLxen . .............. Lexing