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Early Taylor County history

Early Taylor County history

Source : FamilySearch

Early Taylor County history

Early Taylor County history

Source : FamilySearch

Results : UNDERWOOD


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age of sixteen, a Miss Frances Underwood, who had, up to the time of her foul murder given birth to


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position of School Superintendent was James D. Underwood, dated Feburary 3, 1894, with Messrs. U. P. Walling, E. H. Bryant


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Charles Sanders, who succeeded Mr. Underwood and filed his first bond on August 13, 1894, with Charles Patterson, Anna


Page 77

the Commonwealth, and together with Thomas Underwood, his surety, entered into and acknowledged a bond to the Commonwealth of Kentucky


Page 94

without License, also one against Berry Underwood for malicious mischief, and one against Pleasant Phillips for assault. The foreman reported


Page 97

The ease of Berry Underwood charged with a similar offense resulted in a fine of one cent and


Page 136

C""*eek which was sold by Thomas Underwood to Berry B. Walker for the sum of $360.00.


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date from the Beauchamps to Thomas Underwood for "110 acrces, more or less" lying in the counties of Taylor and