xt7sxk84js9g https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7sxk84js9g/data/mets.xml Lexington, Ky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky 18911892 The University of Kentucky catalogs contains bound volumes dating from 1865 through 2007. After 2007 course catalogs ceased to be printed and became available online only. course catalogs  English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865- Catalogue of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1891-1892) text Catalogue of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1891-1892) 1891 2012 true xt7sxk84js9g section xt7sxk84js9g I ANNUAL, REGISTER
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 INTRODUGTORY. V
 
  GRICULTURAL and Mechanical Colleges in the I
United States owe their origin to an act of Congress,
‘ entitled "An act donating public lands to the several
A 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 go,ooo
`V acres for each Representative in the National Congress.
Under this allotment Kentucky received 330,000 acres.
Several years elapsed before the Commonwealth established
an Agricultural and Mechanical College under the act.
When established it was not placed upon an independent
basis, but was made one of the Colleges of Kentucky
University, to which Institution the annual interest of the
proceeds of the Congressional land grant was to be given
for the purpose of carrying on its operations. The land-
scrip had meanwhile been sold for fifty cents per acre, and
the amount received—$16_5,ooo—invested in six per cent.
Kentucky State bonds, of which the State became custodian
in trust for the College. ,
The connection with Kentucky University continued
till 1878. when the act of 1865, making it one of the Col-
leges of said University, was repealed, and a Commission
was appointed to recommend to the Legislature of 1879—‘8o
a plan of organization tor an Institution, including an Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College, such as the necessities of
the Commonwealth require. The city of Lexington offered
to the Commission (which was also authorized to recom-
mend to the General Assembly the place which, all things
considered, offered the best and greatest inducements for
the future and permanent location of the College) the City
Park, containing f1fty~two acres of land, within the limits of

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` the citv, and thirty thousand dollars in city bonds for the
erection of buildings. This offer the county of Fayette sup-
plemented by twenty thousand dollars in county bonds, to
be used either for the erection of buildings or for the pur-
chase of land. The offers 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,
_ constituting the charter of the Agricultural and Mechanical
i College of Kentucky, liberal provision is made for educating,
l free of tuition, the energetic young men of the Common-
Q wealth whose means are limited. The Normal Department, '
for which provision is also made, is intended to aid in build-
ing up the Common School system by furnishing properly
qualified teachers. This College, with the associated depart-
ments which will, from time to time, be opened as the
means placed at the disposal of the Trustees allow, will, it
is hoped, in the no distant future do a great work in ad-
· vancing the educational interests of Kentucky. Being en-
tirely undenominational in its character, it will appeal with
confidence to the people of all creeds and of no creed, and
will endeavor, in strict conformity with the requirements of
its organic law, to afford equal advantages to all, exclusive
advantages to none. The liberality of the Commonwealth
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 GeneralAs-
J sembly of Kentucky.
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CHANICAL COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY.
Chairman ex—officio,
HIS EXCELLENCY, GOVERNOR JOHN YOUNG BROWN.
Secretary,
{ HART GIBSON.
Trustees Whose Term of Office Expires January l0th, I894:
JUDGE W. C. IRELAND ......................... Boyd County.
GEN. D. C. BUELL ....... . ....................... Muhlenburg County.
W. `W. TICE ............................. . ...... Graves County.
COL. HART GIBSON ............................. Lexington.
L Trustees Whose Term of Office Expires January |Oth, I896:
L JUDGE P. P. JOHNSTON ........................ Fayette County.
1 JUDGE W. B. KINKEADN ............. . ..... Lexington. .
DR. R. J . SPURR .................... . .......... Fayette County.
f PHILEMON BIRD ................................ Shelby County.
A Trustees Whose Term of office Expires January IOth, I898:
g HON. R. A. SPURR. . . . ....... . .................. Fayette County.
S D. H. JAMES .................. . ................. Fayette County.
’ W. L. DAVIS .................................... Bourbon County.
Y JUDGE ROBT. RIDDLE.. ............   ....... Estill County.
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d Executive Committee:
5- NV. B. KINKEAD, Chairman. ..
HART GIBSON, Secretary.
DR. R. J. SPURR.
R. A. SPURR.
ROBERT RIDDLE.
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 FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION.
···-· JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D., F. S. A., Prcsirlemf,
fl Professor of Metaphysics and Civil History.
, JOHN SHACKLEFORD, A. M., Vice-President.
Professor of the English Language and Literature. '
· ROBERT PETER, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Chemistry.  A
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I V/I JAMES G. XVHITE, A. M., ,
I Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.
if/· F. M. HELVETI, A. M., _
Professor of the French and German Languages and Literature.
V/I JOHN H. NEVILLE. A. M.,
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Literature.
if J. H. KASTLE, PH. D.,
Professor of General, Organic, and Agricultural Chemistry.
_   RURIC N. ROARK, A. B.,
Principal of the Normal Department and Professor of Pedagogy.
.,........ H. GARMAN,
Professor of Zylogy and_Entom0logy.
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Professor of/Geology and Paleontology.
I/P C. NV. MATHEWS, B. S.,
Professor of Agriculture, Horticulture and Botany.
J. P. NELSON, C. E., M. E.,
  Professor of Civil Engineering and'Physics.
A F. PAUL ANDERSON, B. M. E.,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
I { M. L. PENCE, M. S., ‘
I .; Associate Professor of Civil Engineering.
{ X i CHAS. D. CLAY, First Limctcmntf U. S. .4,, Cb)')L?7L(lHlf/Illfy
‘ Professor of Military Science.
I J. YV.1‘RYOR, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. i
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V! S. E. BENNETT, D. V. M.,
Professor of Veterinary Science. .
—-~—··. WALTER K. PATTERSON,
Principal of the Academy.
J. LEWIS LOGAN, A. B., [gi
Assistant in the Academy.
J. W. NEWMAN, B. S.,
I 4 Assistant in Normal Department.
V/ROBERT L. BLANTON, M. Lit.,
‘ V Assistant in Ancient and Modern Languages.
J. M. DAVIS, A. B. B. S. /*5
Assistant in the Academy.
‘ —-——-— V. E. MUNCY, B. S.,
Assistant in the Academy.
MRS. LUCY B. BLACKBURN,
Assistant in the Academy.
MISS MARY HODGES.
Stenographer.
COMMERCIAL AND PHONOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT.
FACULTY UF INSTRUCTION.
C. C. CALHOUN, Principal.
ASSISTANTS:
SHERMAN XV. FERRIS.
M. E. MILLIKAN.
. W. H. BERRYMAN. _

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I BOARD OF CONTROL.
I DR. R. J. SPURR, Chairman.
JUDGE W. B. KINKEAD, Chairman of the Executive Committee.
COL. HART GIBSON.
R. A. SPURR.
ROBERT RIDDLE. '
J. K. PATTERSON, President of the College.
M. A. SCOVELL, Director of the Experiment Station.
A fg STATIUN OFFICERS.
J; M. A. SCOVELL, Director.
A. M. PETER,
}Chemists.
H. E. CURTIS,
  H. GARMAN, Entomologist. .
··’ C. W. MATHEWS, Horticulturist and Botanist.
J. S, TERRILL, Assistant Botanist.
MISS ALICE M. SHELBY, Stenographer.
Aomznss or rm; Smurrorc, LEXINGTON, KY.
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·XCOX, ARTHUR ME LVILLE, B. A.
  ELKIN, FIELDING CLAY, B. S.
3. HUNT, IRENE LEONORA, B. S., B. Ped. i
\ MAXEY, JOHN GEE, B. A.
\xPAGE, WILLIAM SEABURY, C. E.
:}POT'I`INGER, SAMUEL LANCASTER, B. A.
SREYNOLDS, FRANK CRAIG, C. E.
E. SCOVELL, FRANK ELMER, C. E.
  SHAW, HIRAM, JR., B. S.
`F. SHELBY, ISAAC PRATHER, JR., C. E.
>~SOUTHGATE, BUTLER TURPIN, B. A.
Hlnhabetmal Lists of Students tor the Gollcgiate Year,
1891-92,
\ABRAH;\)T, CHARLES VVILLIAM ........... . ..... Louisville.
_¤'(rADAbIS, IKATHARINE INNES .....,............... Lexington.
E\ADAMS, Trios. ENswoRTn ...................... Bryantsville.
` 4 .ALFORI), RICHARD FLEECY ..................... Pz1yne’s Depot.
‘~ ALFoRn, Susie BERRY ......................... Payne’s Depot.
RALLEN, BIILTON Jo11N .......................... Lownnzmsville.
· `·ANDERSON, HENRY CLAY ................ . ..... Seven Guns.
~».ARu1sTRAD, Gnorzon DANIEL ................... Pembroke.
ARTHUR, W1LL1A1»r B.xRNET*1*.. .......... . ..... Catlettsburg.
` ASHER, GEORGE l\LxmsoN ......... . .......... Wasioto.
V Asmm, Ronmvr ................................ Wasioto.
·ATKINS, ANTOINETTE THORNTON ................ Lexington.
_ ATKINS, BRRT11; ALLENE .... . .......... . ...... Lexington. `
;.ATKINS, MARY LYoN ..... . ....... . .......... Lexington.
v AULICK, EDWIN CHESTERFIELD .................. Morgan.
v' Aumcx, LURLLA FRANCES ...................... Morgan.
Q BAcoN, FRANK ................... . ........... Lexington.
A BAILEY, Jo1rN Fonmasr ......................... Gold City.
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xBALLARD, RICHARD Housrox. ..... . ...... ....Bryantsville.
V BAIRD, CIIARLES N EELEY .... . ................. Stowers
7* BAIRD, RICHARD STERRETT ..................... Pleasure Ridge Park
\.BALLOU, PORTER VERNON ....................... Rowena.
QARLOW, BLANCHE ........... . ................ Lexington.
->BARRER, LANAS SPURGEON. .` ................ ...Ocals., Fla.
`>BECKER, FRED. S ............................... Czmnonsburg.
VXBELL, J 0IIx LAMBERT .......... . ............... Lexington.
‘s.BELL, LAWRENCE EDWARD .................... Lexington.
` XBERRY, CARRIE E .............................. Danleyton.
— QBBERRY, LAURA BELLE .......................... Danleyton.
`   BERBY, LUELLA ...................... . ........ Danleyton. _ »
` .BI1~:GHAM, DILLO:~: MATT ..........,............ Knuckles.
g :\BLACK, HENRY CLAY   .................... Ewingford.
‘ NBONNYMAN, J oim ............. . ............ Lexington.
‘ l2··BowLEs, REUBEN BURROXVS ..............,.... Caskey. _
QNBOSWORTH, BENJAMIN TIIoMAs .................. Fort Spring.
E§.BO\\’LING, FELXX J ERoIIE ..............,........ \Vingo. A
V" Bows, J oI—IN W1LLI.AIs1 .......................... Shelbyville.
Q·-BRADsI~IA\v, GEORGE DIGKEY .............. . .... Franklin.
jr BRUGE, ROBERT M.ALCOI;M ....................... Quincey. ·
  BRAND, EDWARD ................... . .......... Broadwell.
`·. BRYANT, GRAIIA)1 .............................. Lexington.
. E-BULLocI<, YVALLER ............................. Lexington.
MBRYAN, JoIIN 1... ............................ Brannon. '
_·BURGEss, (JoRRII.DA LIESTER .... . ............. Louisa.
`B- BUs1I, HENRY SRILLAIAN ............... . .. ...Lexington.
>\‘B\'RNES, CIIRIsToI=IIER FERDINARD, JR ........... Lexington.
4 CAIuI·RE1.I., JOE E .............................. Lexington.
, Y-`CARNAIIAE, JAMES WILLIAII ........ . .,....... Mancliester.
l.'·CANFIEI.D, MRR. MARY .... . .................... Bardstown. .4
  ,`:> CARRoI.L, NIARY JosEI>1I ........................ Lexington.
, . CAHILL, \\vlLLIAl\I JAxIEs Dr\\`1l> ................ Lexington.
  .;"CAHSlDY, ELlZABE’.l‘1l ........................... Lexington.
I "\CH1Cl{l£l{lN(§, ;kLVIX EDWARD ................... Louisville.
CLARIIE, l\lARY EVA ..... . ..................... Lexington.
. `~»(}I.ARx, JosEI·II Jouxsox ........................ Marion.
" A CLAY, IsAIsEIs ................................ .Lexingt0n.
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In CLAYCOMB, ALFRED FoRREST . .................. Webster.
, COLYER, WELRY ADAMS ........................ Mill Springs. ~
P·C0MES, BIRDIE Lon ............................ Centerville.
-\COMBS, DAVE L .................. . ............. Lexington.
I:·CoMEs, GEORGE W;\SHINGTON ................... Manchester.
·`··CONNELLY, CHARLES CRCSS ..................... `Warsaw.
`TLCOLVIN, CoRA ................................. Falmouth.
TACOOTS, CHARLES LEE ........................... Hemp Ridge.
_·§oURTNEY, EDWARD ........................... Mains.
`>-COOPER, J 0HN SHERMAN ....................... Cain’s Store.
`:.CowHERD, ROBERT LEE .. ..................... Campbellsville.
. i \:»COYLE, J 0IIN CALDWELL ........................ Canton. "'
`;CRARB, DAVIS DULANEY ....................... Uniontown.
/ CRASS, CIIARLES SAMUEL. . . .................... Golden Pond.
}·‘ CRAIG, DILLE ......... . ............... . ...... Berry.
. A CRUTCHFIELD, JAMES STAPLETON ................ Alzey.
A `__ CRUTCHER, CLARA ............................. Duckers.
1;. CHUTCHEH, LIzz1E EDWARDS. . .,............... Duckers.
'ACUNNINGHAM, :LLFRED ......................... Cadiz.
J CURTIS, CARLETON COLEMAN. .................. Greendale.
LCURTIS, MRS. KATE ................. . ......... Georgetown.
-?’CURTIS, CLINTIE ......................... . .... Greendale.
JSCURTIS, CoRINNE LYLE ......................... Greendale.
..Q~CURTIS, ANDI{E\\' ..... . ....................... Millersbnrg.
· -"·CuRTIS, SAMUEL T ....... . ..................... Piqua.
= DANAHY, JOSEPH PATRICK ............... . ..... Lexington.
' ~-;‘DAVIS, HORACE NEXVTON ....................... Lexington.
..'_`, DAVIS, CLARENCE M ............ . .............. Caseyville.
  DA Y, CLARENCE ...... . ........................ Beattvville. V
#· DEAN, THCMAS .ROLANl) .... . ................... Little Hickman.
.i· DENNY, `YAN HAMILTON .................. . .... Lexington.
:» DIDLAKE, MARY LE GRAND ........... . ....... Lexington.
  DoIsYNS, ERNEST Hl§XDE1{SOX ................... Mt. Gilead.
. ·DoSSET·r, RUPERT OSMoND ...................... Kansas.
Q--DOSSE\’, XVILLIAM JEFFERSON .................. Flippin.
 D0WNIN ELAM, JENNIE .................. . ....... . .... Myrtle.
~ELAM, A)l.\Nl).\ El.lZABE'I‘l¥ ............. . . . . .Myrtle.
4-*‘·ELIEWERS, HARDIN DAVIS ........ . .............. Slater.
v EWING, ROGER HANSoN ........ . ............... Morgan. .
YFAIG, Joim THEODORE ........ . ............... Lexington.
`§·.FAIRcHILD, JACKSON DILLION .....,.. . ........ Whitesburg.
LFALCONER, J OHN RUTHERFORD .................. Fort Spring.
·/ FAULKNER, J OHN Vrox ...... . . .,............. Hampton
>FEATHERSTONE, SUSIE WILxERS0N ............... Lexington.
· >FITZHUGH, Lucy STEWART .. ................... Lexington.
`>FITZHUGH, LAWRENGE DADE .................... Lexington.
. `LQFLANERY, WILLIAM HARVE\' ................ ..Newfound1and.
\>FOLEY, JAMES MICIIIKEL .................. ....Lexingt0n.
Q >FoLEY, WILLIAM JoSEI>II ....................... Lexington.
' _ V Foizn, Lucx BELLE ....,....................... Lexington.
i • 3'FORBIAN, BASIL C .............................. Indian Field.
"`>·FOSTER, NETTIE BELLE ........................ Lexington.
‘¥’FIGA1NEs, ELMO \VATSoN .......... . ............. Burlington.
;.~C"}AMBILL, \VII.LIAM ........... . .... . ........... Jackson.
_ “ GARRED, ULYSSES ANDERSON .......... . ........ Louisa.
xi V GEARY, JoIIN ’l‘IIoMAs .......................... Lexington.
>·GEARY, `VILLIAM JOSEPH ...................... Lexington.
*;.G1·:0RGE, EDWARD .............................. Wingo.
-`2·(—JiIBSON,\VILLIAM H ........................... Brookville.
EGIST, ETHEL INNER ............................. Newcastle.
\`>GORE, CWIYENS HAY ............................ Lexington.
/'GRIFFIN(%, EMMA ].{()SE’1"I‘I\ ...................... Lexington.
`;>GUNN TIIoMAs ................................. Lexington.
JSGUNN, HENRY MA RTIN ..........,..... . ....... Lexington. \,
\H;\CKNEY, \rVILLIAl\I RICI-IIXRD   ........... . .London. . -
XH.\GAN, LIDA ................................. WVeSt Louisville.
I»·- Hr\I.L, EMMA ]{()BER’i‘A .......... . .............. Heekin.
, `¥*‘I‘L\LL, XVILLIAM BIAHLON ...................... Cat Creek.
` >HALL, CIIARLES STEVENS ............. . ........ Bandanna.
. \>‘H;\MIL’YON, LLYOI) LooAN. .................... Uniontown.
{ __i;`“H;\NC7OCK, ELLA PEA Rsox ...................... Lexington.
{ ;`H;\RI’, RocaER V ............ . ................. Lexington.
g _ -’ HART, JOHN XVESLEY .......................... Woodbine.
`*`HARGIs, JOHN Ro1sERT ......... . ............... Valley Oak.
.HARR1so>:, XVINN GUNN .............. . ........ Lexington.
_'Hr\T'FEN, LIzzIE P ............................. Bneliauan.

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_ J HAYES, JAMES EDVVARD ....................... \VincheSter.
)·HEARNE, VIRGINIA KIRTLEY ................ . . . Walnut Hill. ~
%HEARNE, CHARLES ADAMS ........ . ............. \Valnut Hill.
-HICKS, A. L ............................... ...Danleyton.
E>_HILL, CHARLES FARIS .................. I ...... Mackoy.
>HILL, NAOMI ELIZABETH ....................... Lexington. .
>»HILL, HEl{BERl‘ HUDSON ............... . ....... Andover, Mass.
XHISLE, CLAY .,................,................ Lexington.
*.1 HOBDY, VVILLIAM CoTT ........................ Franklin
J-HCLT, OHLA ......,................ . .......... Busseyville.
..aHONN, GEo. W ................................ Stanton.
.§»HoUSE, JCHN XVILLIAM ..............   ..... New Chapel.
_Q {HOWARD, CIIURCIIILL RICHARD .................. Hodgensville.
>Howard, JAMES E .............................. Calloway.
>//HUDSoN, ERNEST ........ . .................... Lexington.
e. HU(%IIES, LEONARD SAMUEL .... . . . ........... Frankfort.
"..HUAIPHRE\’, ROBERT H.&VELOCK ................. Marksbury.
L/HUNT, IRENEQLEONORA .....   ............ Lexington.
—¥-HUNT, MARY CRAIG ....... . ............ . . . .Lexington.
\`,.HUNTER, SWYIFT D»\RNEY\]. ...................... Versailles.
ILHYDEN, \/VILLIAM H;\CKER ..................... Manchester.
LLJAUBERT, ELIZABETH ScoTT... ............ . . . .Lexington.
V J OCIIUM, KA'DHERINE NIARGARET ................ Lexington.
L/JOHNSON, JAMES ZRICHARD ............,......... Louisa.
_,, JoIINSoN, CIIARLES ELLIS ................. . .... Hood’S Run. '
QJOHNSON, BIILDRED CCSBY ......... . .... . . .... Lexington.
:·JoLLY, PICKETT BRADRIIRY ..................... Germantown.
`.>JoLI.Y, JAMES BRADY .................. . ........ Germantown.
;JONES, MINICE JOS1IU.\.. .................. .. . .Lockport. .
BJONES, LoUIS RUSSELL ................. . ...... Mill Springs.
\JONES, DAISY ...........,..... . ............... Lexington.
`*‘JoNES, THOMAS ll].-\R.TIN ........................ Mullis.
-4 JONES, CLAY H;\1lI.;\N .......................... Gamaliel. ‘
‘ ` XJORDAN, JAMES BASII. . .....................,.. Middletown.
. ’/'KEISEI{, BENJAMIN CIIRISTCPIIEI: ................ Alexandria.
;».KERRICR, FELIX ............................... Calhoun. H
..-KING, ALBERT CURTIS ......... . . ............. Walnut Hill.
.· KING, BRUCE EI.l.IOT'1` ............. . .... . ......... Frost
`-KING, BIsN.IAMIN FRANKLIN ......... , ........... Frost.
.4- KING, JAMES F1,oYD ............................ Frost.
·KINo, JoIIN .V.·\N ..............................   ‘
V 2;.K1N1{¥JAD, ELIZA BETH SIIELIIY .................. Lexington.
`¥*—1{IHBY, JAMES EI.I>RInoIc ............,.......... Roost.
_ KLEIN, JULIA )LlrARY.. ........................ .Lexington.

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\?> KIRK, GEORGE '\VAsIIINGToN .................... Culbertson.
>KNox, MEI.vIN LAWRENCE ........ . ............. See
>~K1~I0x, AXLGAN T1IoMAS ......................... See.
>KNUCKLES, J OHN BEVERLY .............. . ...... Knuckles.
\>KNUCKLES, GEORGE MATT ........ . ............. Knuckles.
>KROESING, LILLIE .... . ........................ Lexington.
xKURTZ, HENRY LANE .......................... \Vebster.
BLAND, LIAMILTON HEIXDLEY ..................... Lexington.
` gv LAND, LEROY M., JR ..............,............ Lexington.
, ;. LEE, WILLIAM HEN1{Y .......................... Russel Cave.
‘ >: LEWIS, SAMUEL HIGGINS ...,.................... Lexington.
;;»LONG, AMSTEAD ROSSER ........................ Dekoven
i ;__LowREY, J ANIE GORDON. .......... . .......... Troy.
l >¤LUxoN, THOMAS ..........,..................... Lexington. .'
- ` Q;LUxoN, WILGUS .................. . . .. ......... Lexingon,
l>LYIJE, EDwIN STERIIENS ........................ Lexington.
§L\'LE, JOEL IRYIN .............................. Lexington.
;$:-·LYNE, FRAN1; FARRA ........................... Brannon. V '
~\;l\[I\IIE1{,WILLIA)I PATRICK .......... . ........ Lexington, `
i`:-MARSII, NELLIE RUSSELL ....... g ....... . ....... Paris. '
t¤l\IARTIN, TIIoMAs ELLIS ........................ Minnie. l
/ MCCARTY, JAMES TIIoMAS ...................... Stamping Ground. l
· ?"‘lVlCCA\VLEY, TAYLoR JAMES .................... Morganiield,
"·"‘fl\{cCLANAIIAN, \V[LLIAM ALERED ............... Henderson. ; ·
l/MoCoNATIIY, NIITCHELL ....................... Lexington.
g/Il`/.lUOONA'1`1IY, JAMES ASA ...................... Lexington. { i
V MoCoNATIIY, l\`lARY BELLE ...................... Lexington.
\'Bi[CDO\VELL, NLADELEINE ........................ Lexington. .
v‘“LICELROY, COURTNEY \VATTS ................... Morganiield. ‘
~*'lVIcFARLIN, JoIrIN `VILLIAM ...... . ............. Franklin.
·$lVlCI{ENNA, CIIARLES WILLIAM .... . .... . ...... Lexington.
,‘~il\/ICLAUGIILIN, TIIoS. A. .. . ..................... Lexington. A
.>MCVEI\N, l\iARGARET .... . ..................... Alexandria.
\McVEAN, WILLIAM ALEXI\NDER ................ Grant’s Bend.
.··l\Ll.INIX, RoLAN1> .................. . ......... . .Sw2,n1pt0n.
_ ;-LIOORE, JoSErII WARWIGK. ....... . ............. Louisville.
"'MOOR1§, BLANCIIE LORENA ...................... Lexington.
{ _.F~MoREMAN, MAY ...... . ........................ Brooks, .
J -»—·MoREMAN, NIATTIE ............................ Brooks.
Y   l\IoRRow, JOSEPH .... . ......................... Rankin.
I _;,_i\’IORR1S, ETTA .... . ......... . ................ Paris. I
—_.MoRAN, Hoon ................................ Pa,yne’s Depot.
NIORRIS, HAR\'EY L .... . ....................... Lexington.
··· MUIR, GEoRGE WALLACE ....................... Lexington.
` MULLIGAXN, JAMES JAcxSoN ..................... Lexington.

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\/NLULLIGAN, Louis H. C ......................... Lexington.
`j-LMUNDAY, SALLIE ELIZABETH .................... White Hall. I
`LIVIURPIIK', J OIIN EDWARD ........................ Lexington.
:>MURRILL, PAUL I1~:eoLD ...... . ................. Hickory, N. C.
\;'NELSON, RoBERT ............................... Lexington.
RQNELSON, RosA STEVENSON ...................... Lexington.
\¥*NE\\'ELL, JoII:~: BEATTY ........................ Somerset.
` ';>'.NE\Vl\1AN, WALKER OIIADIAH .............. . .... Morganfield.
ZCNEWVTON, NATIIAN ALIEXIKNDER ......,.......... Lexington.
2·’N'ORMAN, ALBERT CLIFT ......................., Sn1ith’s Mills.
»-NoRMAN, ROBERT BIOORE ....................... Smith’s Mills.
.`=-NoRTIIcUTT, BIINNIE TXLICE ............... . .... \VilliaInstown.
_ .·'NoEToN, CIIARLES FISIIBACK .................... Carlisle.
· `>»NUNLEY, WILLIABI DAEIEI. ............... . ..... Cannonsburg.
·$’O)[ER, LIUSTON ................,................ Grove Center.
— DOMER, KENXER S ............................. .Grove Center.
· ;>OoTs, PEARL ................................... Lexington.
' · -»-ORTox, WILLIYXBI FRAx<·IS ...................... Slaughtersville.
’ {PAGE XVILLIAM SEAIIERRY ..................... Mason.
` [L PATRICK, HENRY \VILSON ....................... Salyersville.
L V PATRICK, JoHN ................................ Jackson.
PPATRICK, BENJAMIN. . . ..................... . .Salyersvi1le.
. ~ `".»PEcK, FERDINAND EDWARD .................... Lexington.
I J»»PEDDIcoRD, FRANK LESLIE .......,............. Berlin
` ;>· PERRY, ROIKERT ScoTT .......................... Hanley.
.L·PIIELI>S, BALzoRA ............ . ............... Dabney.
` PIIELPS, BESSIE ..............................., Dabney.
` CXPICKFORD, CIIARLES ................ . ......... Montgomery.
 POTTINGER, SAMUEL LANCASTER ................ New Haven.
`.aPoUI.TER, WILLIAM JoSEI·II ..................... Duncan.
` l`»>PO\\'ELL, HUGII BARKER .............. . .... Corydon.
` PowELI., LUKE ............ . ....,.............. Russell.
- ~PRYOR, JAMES R ............,.................. New Castle.
`\PUc;II, ALEERT DOUGL;\S ...................... Lynne.
\- LRAMEY, JAMES LIORGAN ........................ Owingsville.
  RAMSEY, KATIIERINE DAVIDSON ..... . .......... Lexington.
A RAMSEY, MARY MCCREERY ..................... Lexington.
/RAMsEY. XVILLIAM HENRY ...................... Main.
V BAILEY, MoRToN SANDERS ..... . ............... Versailles.
' `¥~REED, KATE JOUETTE ............. . ........... Lexington. `
.~"REED, :k\’ERY HFIN ............................ Paducah.
`— REY1S, NEI.LIE AXNNA ..... . ............... Lexington.

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./`RIICE, GEORGE BENJAMIN ....................... Pineville.  
QTRICE, HENRY CLAY ...... . ..................... Pineville. l
I>RICE, VERTNER LEVI ............... . ........... Fort Spring.
_`>RIoHARnsoN, PRESLY CoBIJRN. ................. Guston.
;‘RILEY, DEXTER NVATSON ............ . ......... Berlin.
V Rieos, EBNA CIIAPIN .......................... Lexington.
>°ROBERTS, BURNAM .... . ........................ Louisa.
>R»OBERTS, DANIEL STILLWELL .................... Ekron.
·   ROBERTS, HILERY BRYAN ....................... Payne’s Depot, _ _
> RoBERTS, W ILLIAM RANKIN .... . ............... Brannon.
· A _ {/·RoEINsoN, J oHN THOMAS ....................... East Bernstadt,
"'7RoUsE, ALBERT MORGIXN ....................... Paducah. -
Q >·ROUSE, HETTIE OLA ............................ Lexington. I
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I . \’SAMPSON, J 0HN D. WVHITE ...................... Barbourville.
XSCOTT, WVILLIAM CAMPBELL ....... . ............ Lexington. .
`>SCOTT, THOMAS SHERMAN ..... . ............. . . .Cloyd’s Landing.
~/ SCOVILL, FRANK ELMER ......... . ........ . .Newton, Ill.
`>SEE, SHERMAN ........................ . ........ See. _
`;~ SEELBACH, J ULIUS .............................. Lexington. -
;>SEBREE, LAWRENCE M;\RLO\\' .................... New Columbus.
4\;’SE\VARD, GEORGE LEWIS ........................ San Francisco, Cal.
Cx SHACKLEFORD, LEwIs PINKERTON ...... . ........ Lexington.
` >· SHARP, LESLIE HIIII ,................. . ......... Lexington.
V SHAW, HIRAM JR ...... . ...................... Lexington.
GVASHEEHAN, ELIZABETH, MARY JANE BARTISTA ..... Lexington.
’/SHELBY, GEoR<;E SHANHLIN . .......... . ........ Lexington.
U SHELBY, ISAAC PRATHER, JR ................... Lexington.
,. SHELBY, KATHERINE .................. . ....... Lexington.
}‘SHELBY, THOMAS H;\H'l‘ ........................ Lexington.
`}> SLEM, CoNRAn H .............................. Whitbv.
·/SMITH, DENNY PERRYBIAN ...................... Golden Pond.
i> SMITH, WILLIAM ............. . ........ . ...... Patterson Creek.
`>»SouTIIGATE, BUTLER TuRI·1N .... . ............... Lexington.
"·—.SouTHGATE, EYAN   . . . ..................... Lexington.
~.__ -’ SPEYER, RoSA ....   . ..... . ......... . .... Lexington.
· »;» -·SI·EARs, T1IoMAs CARNEAL ...................... Lexington.
. ·i}*S'I`ALLARD, J .-\l\Il£S i\TAL(`0L)l .... . ......... Wheatley.
· , X STANLEY, CHAS ......................... . ..... Poole’s Mill. _
{ _)STEvENs, BIRDIE .............................. Lexington.
¤ >S'1`E\VA1{T, RoBERT LEE. . ....................... Pinetop.
I J?-?‘STEwART, TLOCIIAMBEAU ........................ Pinetop.
L.; SToLL,RIc1IARr> CHARLES ....................... Lexington.
l `STURGELL, JAMES O.\1{NAl{.\N ................... Catlettsburg.
——~,.ST. CLA1R, Joux HENRY CLAY. . . ....... . ...... Porter.

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‘ XST. CLAIR, LLEWELLYN FRANKLIN ............... Porter. V
BSUGG, CRAs. EGRERT ............ . ............. Cairo.
· \/ S\VEENEY, EDWARD BREcxINRIDGE .............. Liberty.
BTALBOTT, SALLIE J 0xEs ......................... Lexington.
WAYLOR, HATTIE ..... . ........................ Lexington. _
¥TAYI.oR, ROBERT STUART .......... . ........... Richmond.
·;:`~THEOBALD, GRAIIALI VARNox ................... Williamstown.
VXTOLIPSON, LUMETTE ............................ Lexington. V
' ` FETIIOIISON, JAMES WALTER ................. . . .Shelbyville.
  TIIRELKELD, JAMES PRESTON .................... Uniontown. V
~ VTBIGG, Jonx HENR\’ .......   .............. New Columbus.
I >TROUP, EMMA BLAxcIIE ......... . .............. Lexington.
XTRUSEDELL, AUREAMA ........................ —.Covedale.
`}TURNER, J OB DARB .................... ' ........ Minnie.
. §..TUR)IAN, EMMA ................................ Buchanan.
‘~ XYANDEREN, WVILLIAM MUssULMAI<... ......... Z.Berry.
. ;"mYANZ\[}£TER, BENJ. FRANKLIN ........ . .......... Lexington.
——.·VAxMETER, LoUIs MARSHALL ................... Lexington.
` ‘ WVES'1`, CORA LEWIS .... . ....................... Lexington.
A-VILEY WILLA ....... . ......................... Lexington.
`>-VILLARS, GRACE... .......................... Rossville, Ill.
`·‘’ ` XVALIJY, SUSIE GRACE ...................... . . . .Lexington.
‘.~\VAI.I:·RoI>, EDGAR ................... Q ...... . .East Eagle.
‘1··WARE, ROBERT M ................... . ........ Lexington. ·
`QVARD, PAUL .................... . ............ Cynthiana.
SXVARNER, HATTIE HOCKER ..................... Lexington.
.:~VVARNER, LOGIE H0cxER ....................... Lexington. _
`  ATTE, JULIA ZURAH ......................... Walnut Hill. -
WVARREN, HEMRY TIIoMI>sox .................... Donerail.
`~\WETHERIxY, SAMUEL DAvIs ..................... Middletown.
WVEAVER, RUEUs LEE ........................... Frazer.
_ .\VEARREN; XVILLIAM 0RUs ..................... McCreary.
—’WEBSTER, LILLIE MARY ........................ Cynthiana.
· WELCH, J ons T ............................... Stanton.
1WVELcI—I, WVILLIAM L .......... . ................ Side View.
>WELLS, ALBER1‘ NV. . .......................... Cartersville.
- XVELLS, J. L. .................................. Cartersville.
" = WIIITE, TAYLOR GII.BER’l‘ ....................... Manchester.
WV]-[EAT, Jonx FRY ............................ Middleburgh.
REVIIITE, NIILFORD ..................... . ....... Williamsburg.
~·*WHITE, CLARA W .......................... . .Lexingt0n.
->VVIIITE, MATTIE RII>I·ERDAN .................... Lexington.
`PAVHITE, MARY FRANK .......................... White Hall.
..>W1cxLIR1>E, CIIARLEE HENRY ............... . Lexington.
. ‘·`VIEMAN, EUGENE J0sEI·II ...................... Lexington.

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‘ `>°W1L1.1s, BENJ. GRAET .......................... Bullittsville.
`>W1Lson, BIAX .......... . ........ L. ........ . .... Midway.
•s.·W1x.no1··r, J om: WEBB ......,.................. Lexington.
>W1LSON, Jonn XV11.L1A11 ..... · ................... Marion. ·
r' XVILSON, Coninnn CLEBURN ..................... Lexington.
$·V1Lso:~:, PATTIE. ._ ............................. Waco.
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