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History of Kentucky, illustrated, 1886

History of Kentucky, illustrated, 1886

Source : FamilySearch

History of Kentucky, illustrated, 1886

History of Kentucky, illustrated, 1886

Source : FamilySearch

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sur-vey of 1,000 acres for James Mc Dowell on a "south fork of Licking Creek, " probably in * See


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was composed of John Floyd, Samuel Mc Dowell and George Muter, judges, John May, clerk, and Walker Daniel, prosecuting attorney.


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organization by the election of Samuel Mc Dowell as president and Thomas Todd as clerk, they proceeded to the transaction


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Virginia legislature, and also to Samuel Mc Dowell, "late president" of the fifth convention, and that the inhabitants of the


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in Louisville. Brig. - Gen. Alexander Mc Dowell


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Andrew Mc Calla, Samuel and John Mc Dowell, Caleb Watson and James Johnson. But the institution was short-lived, as a


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D. Henry Kalfus, captain, John B. Mc Dowell, captain, John L. Foster, captain, John V. Thompson, 1st lieutenant, William


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William P. Mc Dowell, adjutant, major in adjutant-general's department.


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Price, captain, Seneca Goulding, captain, Mathew R. Mc Dowell, 1st lieutenant, Charles G. Ogden, 1st lieutenant, Thomas E. Willett, 1st


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farmer, of Llsh descent. Mrs. Nancy Dowell was born and reared in Albemarle County, Va. She was a daughter of


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Church. I n January, 1864, Mr. Dowell married Elizabeth J., widow of William Harris, and daughter of William T. and


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Harrison and Nancy (Hall) Dowell. Harrison Dowell was born and reared in Virginia, immigrated to Green County (now Metcalfe), Ky.,


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farmed extensively. To Mr. and Mrs. Dowell four children were born: Bichard H . , Bobert W., Thomas W. and


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JOHN S. DOWELL was born May 9,


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and is a daughter of Harrison and Nancy (Hall) Dowell, who were born and reared in Virginia and came to


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Harrison Dowell was an extensive farmer and slave owner, a soldier in the war of


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and is a daughter of William H. and Georgia P. (Mc Dowell) Bochester, who were married at Waveland May 23,


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the seventh child of Gen. William Mc Dowell, who married Margaret Madison, who sprang from one of the first families


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1882, they have one son, Robert Mc Dowell Strange, born August 29, 1883.


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Minnie Bell, Lula, wife of Augustus Dowell , Byron L. (deceased) , Arthur and Addie Jenkins. The family are members


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Dowell, daughter of Griflin and Sallie Dowell, of Breckinridge County. As a business man Mr. Bennett stands high in business


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March 30, 1842. His wife, Mary Dowell, was the daughter of Wimp, who came from Ireland in an early day


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1840, in Meade County, to Sarah K. Dowell, daughter of James and Barbara (Shacklett) Dowell. Mrs. Dowell was born March


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Sarah Dowell, daughter of James and Barbara (Shacklett) Dowell. Mrs. Dowell was born March 1, 1823, and is the


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and is a son of George and Mary (Wimp) Dowell, natives of Virginia and Pennsylvania, respectively.


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Elijah Dowell, his grandfather came from Virginia to Kentucky about the beginning of tbe present


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Pennsylvania in 1793, and married Mr. Dowell about 1812, she died in Breckinridge County in 1877. She was the mother


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James and Barbara (Shacklett) Dowell. Mrs. Dowell was born March 1, 1823, and is the seventh of a family of


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May, Esq., and daughter of George W. and Sallie (Dowell) St.-Clair, of Breckinridge County.


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married, in 1838, to Mrs. Caroline Dowell, daughter of Stephen Bollin s, of Hardin County. Erom this union sprang Bobert


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to Sarah A., daughter of George and Sallie (Dowell) St.-Clare, by whom he had four children: Mary J., John H.,


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and is a son of George and Sarah (Dowell) St.-Clair, nativesof Bedford County, Va. The father of George St.-Clair, Sr.,