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The Encyclopedia of Northern Kentucky Contents Introduction, Foreword, Acknowledgments and Guide for Readers Chapters: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z Index, Bibliography, Illustration Credits

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Select Bibliography American Association of University Women (Maysville Branch). From Cabin to College: A History of the Schools of Mason County. Maysville, Ky.: G. F. McClanahan, 1976. An Atlas of Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties, Kentucky. Philadelphia: D. J. Lake, 1883. An Atlas of Bracken and Pendleton Counties, Kentucky. Philadelphia: D. J. Lake, 1884. An Atlas of Carroll and Gallatin Counties, Kentucky. Philadelphia: D. J. Lake, 1883. Averdick, Michael R. A Directory of Silversmiths, Jewelers, Watch and Clock Makers, and Related Trades of Covington and Newport, Kentucky, and Vicinity, 1833–1900. Covington, Ky.: Willard Street Press, 2002. Barr, Frances Keller. Ripe to the Harvest: History of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington, 1895–1995. Lexington, Ky.: Diocese of Lexington, 1995. Belew, Mildred Boden. The First 200 Years of Pendleton County. Falmouth, Ky.: M. B. Belew, n.d. (ca. 1994). Best, Edna Hunter. Historic Washington Kentucky. 1st ed., 1944. Reprint, Maysville, Ky.: Limestone Chapter of the DAR, 1971. Bevarly, R. W. “History of Education in Carroll County,” master’s thesis, Univ. of Kentucky, 1936. Biographical Cyclopedia of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Chicago: John M. Gresham, 1896. Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. www.senate.gov. Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky. Cincinnati: J. M. Armstrong, 1878. Bodley, Temple. History of Kentucky: The Blue Grass State. 4 vols. Chicago: S. J. Clarke, 1928. Bogardus, Carl R., Sr. The Story of Gallatin County. Ed. James C. Claypool. Cincinnati: John S. Swift, 2003. Boone Co. Historic Preservation Review Board. Historic Structures of Boone County, Kentucky. Burlington, Ky.: Boone Co. Historic Preservation Review Board, 2002. Boone Co. Recorder. Historical ed., September 4, 1930. Bracken Co. Extension Homemakers. History of Bracken County. Bicentennial ed. Brooksville, Ky., Bracken Co. Extension Homemakers, 2002. Bricking, Chuck. Covington’s Heritage: A Compilation of the City’s Historical Houses and a Short Biography of the Inhabitants. Covington, Ky.: Privately published, 1980. Browning, M. Carmel, Sr. Kentucky Authors: A History of Kentucky Literature. Evansville, Ind.: Keller-Crescent, 1968. Butler, Tod Jordan. “The Cincinnati Southern Railway: A City’s Response to Relative Commercial Decline,” PhD diss., Ohio State Univ., 1971. Cabot, Susan M., and Michael D. Rouse. Boone County. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 1998. Calvert, Jean, and John Klee. Maysville, Kentucky: From Past to Present in Pictures. Maysville, Ky.: Mason Co. Museum, 1983. ———. The Towns of Mason County: Their Past in Pictures. Maysville, Ky.: Maysville and Mason Co. Library Historical and Scientific Association, 1986. Campbell, Justine Tandy. “History of the Carroll County Schools,” 1976, available at the Carroll Co. Public Library, Carrollton, Ky. Campbell Co. Historical Society. Campbell County, Kentucky, 200 Years, 1794– 1994. Alexandria, Ky.: Campbell Co. Historical Society, 1994. Campbell County Kentucky History and Genealogy. Falmouth, Ky.: Falmouth Outlook, 1978. Caraway, Robin. Images of America: Newport, the Sin City Years. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009.

Casebolt, Pamela Ciafardini, and Philip G. Ciafardini. Images of America: Italians of Newport and Northern Kentucky. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2007. Cist, Charles. Sketches and Statistics of Cincinnati in 1851. Cincinnati: Wm. H. Moore, 1851. Clark, Thomas D. A History of Kentucky. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1937. Claypool, James C. The Tradition Continues: The Story of Old Latonia, Latonia, and Turfway Racecourses. Fort Mitchell, Ky.: T. I. Hayes, 1997. Clift, G. Glenn. History of Maysville and Mason County. Lexington, Ky.: Transylvania, 1936. Coffin, Levi. Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the Reputed President of the Underground Railroad. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke, 1898. Collins, Richard H. History of Kentucky. 2 vols. Covington, Ky.: Collins, 1882. Condit, Carl W. The Railroad and the City: A Technological and Urbanistic History of Cincinnati. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 1977. Conrad, John B., ed. History of Grant County. Williamstown, Ky.: Grant Co. Historical Society, 1992. Conrad, William, comp. The History of Boone County Schools. Boone Co., Ky.: Boone Co. Community Educational Council, 1982. ———, ed. Boone County: The Top of Kentucky, 1792–1992. Fort Mitchell, Ky.: Picture This! Books, 1992. Coon, Diane Perrine. “Southeastern Indiana’s Underground Railroad Routes and Operations,” U.S. Park Service and Indiana DNR, 1999, technical report available at Indiana Dept. of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, Indianapolis, Ind. Costeloe, Michael P. William Bullock, Connoisseur and Virtuoso of the Egyptian Hall: Piccadilly to Mexico (1773–1849). Bristol, U.K.: Univ. of Bristol, 2008. ———. “William Bullock and the Mexican Connection.” Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 22 (Summer 2006): 275–309. Cummins, Virginia Raymond. Rookwood Pottery Potpourri. Silver Spring, Md.: Cliff R. Leonard and Duke Coleman, 1980. Davidson, Robert. History of the Presbyterian Church in the State of Kentucky. Reprint. Greenwood, S.C.: Attic Press, 1974. Dayton Centennial Committee. Centennial, Dayton, Kentucky, 1849–1949: Keepsake Program. Newport, Ky.: Michaels, 1949. Donnelly, Joseph. Newport Barracks—Kentucky’s Forgotten Military Installation. Covington, Ky.: Kenton Co. Historical Society, 1999. Donsback, Edna Tyson. Our Church through 175 Years. Covington, Ky.: First United Methodist Church, 2003. Earnest, Ernest. The Volunteer Fire Company: Past and Present. New York: Stein and Day, 1983. Ellis, William E. The Kentucky River. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 2000. Elsmere Centennial Committee. City of Elsmere—Centennial Celebration Booklet, 1896–1996. Elsmere, Ky.: City of Elsmere, 1996. Federal Writers’ Project. They Built a City: 150 Years of Industrial Cincinnati. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Post, 1938. Friend, Craig Thompson. Along the Maysville Road: The Early Republic in the Trans-Appalachian West. Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 2005. Gastright, Joseph F. Gentleman Farmers to City Folks: A Study of Wallace Woods, Covington, Kentucky. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Historical Society, 1980. Geaslen, Chester F. Strolling along Memory Lane. Newport, Ky.: Otto, 1971– 1974. Gentry, Mary Ann. A History of Carroll County. Madison, Ind.: Coleman, 1984. Gifford, Anjanette. “The Formation of Robertson County.” Northern Kentucky Heritage 8, no. 2 (Spring–Summer 2001): 65–72.

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Gilham, Lisa Curtiss. Images of America: Latonia. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009. Goss, Charles Frederick, ed. Cincinnati: The Queen City, 1788–1912. 4 vols. Chicago: S. J. Clarke, 1912. Gray, Gypsy M. History of Gallatin County, Kentucky. Covington, Ky.: Selfpublished, 1968. Greve, Charles Theodore. Centennial History of Cincinnati and Representative Citizens. 2 vols. Chicago: Biographical, 1904. Grossman, James R., Ann Durkin Keating, and Janice L. Reiff, eds. The Encyclopedia of Chicago. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2004. Hall, Charles G., ed. The Cincinnati Southern Railway: A History. Cincinnati: Ault and Wiborg, 1902. Harrison, Lowell H., and James C. Klotter. A New History of Kentucky. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1997. Hartman, Margaret Strebel. The Early History of Falmouth, Pendleton County, December 10, 1793 thru February 20, 1837. Falmouth, Ky.: Falmouth Outlook, 1983. Hartman, Margaret Strebel, and W. Rus Stevens. Campbell County Kentucky History and Genealogy. Campbell Co., Ky.: W. R. Stevens, 1984. Haviland, Laura S. A Woman’s Life-Work: Labors and Experiences of Laura S. Haviland. Cincinnati: Walden and Stowe, 1881. Hedeen, Stanley. Big Bone Lick: The Cradle of American Paleontology. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 2008. ———. Natural History of the Cincinnati Region. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Museum Center, 2006. Hopkins, C. Howard. History of the Y.M.C.A. in North America. New York: Association Press, 1951. Hopkins, G. M. City Atlas of Covington, Kentucky. Philadelphia: G. M. Hopkins, 1877. Houchens, Mariam Sidebottom. History of Owen County: “Sweet Owen.” Louisville, Ky.: Standard, 1976. Hubbard, Harlan. Shantyboat: A River Way of Life. Lexington: Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1977. Irvin, Helen Deiss. Women in Kentucky. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1979. Jackson, Eric. Black America Series: Northern Kentucky. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2005. “The James Taylor Narrative,” 1840, Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington, Ky.; Campbell Co. Historical and Genealogical Society, Alexandria, Ky. Jewell, Simon, ed. Campbell County Firefighters Educational Association. Campbell Co., Ky.: Campbell Co. Firefighters Educational Association, ca. 2002–2003. Johnson, E. Polk. History of Kentucky and Kentuckians. 3 vols. Chicago: Lewis, 1912. Jones, Mary Keturah. History of Campbell County, Kentucky as Read at the Centennial Celebration of 4th of July, 1876. Reprint, Fort Thomas, Ky.: Rebecca Bryan Boone Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1974. Kenny, D. J. Illustrated Cincinnati. Cincinnati: Geo. E. Stevens, 1875. Kentucky Atlas and Gazetteer. Yarmouth, Maine: DeLorme, 1997. Kentucky Secretary of State. “Kentucky Cities Database.” http://apps.sos.ky .gov/land/cities/. Kerr, Charles. History of Kentucky. 5 vols. Chicago: American Historical Society, 1922. Kleber, John E., ed. The Kentucky Encyclopedia. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1992. LaBree, Benjamin, ed. Notable Men of Cincinnati at the Beginning of the 20th Century (1903). Louisville, Ky.: Geo. G. Fetter, 1904. Lake, Griffing, and Stevenson. An Illustrated Atlas of Mason County, Kentucky. Philadelphia: Lake, Griffing, and Stevenson, 1876. Langsam, Walter E. Great Houses of the Queen City. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Historical Society, 1997. Lathrop, J. M. An Atlas of Bracken and Pendleton Counties, Kentucky. Philadelphia: D. J. Lake, 1884. Lehmann, Terry W., and Earl W. Clark Jr. The Green Line: The Cincinnati, Newport, and Covington Railway. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans’ Association, 2000. Leonard, Lewis Alexander, ed. Greater Cincinnati and Its People: A History. 4 vols. New York: Lewis Historical, 1927. Levin, H., ed. The Lawyers and Lawmakers of Kentucky. Chicago: Lewis, 1897.

Ludlow Centennial Celebration Inc. Ludlow Centennial Souvenir Program, 1864–1964. Newport, Ky.: Acorn-OTTOmatic, 1964. Lutes, Ann. A Brief History of Boone County. Florence, Ky.: Boone Co. Historical Society, 1954. Masterson, Mary. Historic Carroll County. Carrollton, Ky.: Carroll Co. Chamber of Commerce, 1970s. Maysville Centennial Exposition Commission. As We Look Back: Maysville, 1833–1933. Maysville, Ky.: Daily Independent, 1933. Merriman, Scott Allen. “Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times? Defendants, Attorneys, and the Federal Government’s Policy under the Espionage Acts during World War I in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals District,” PhD diss., Univ. of Kentucky, 2003. Messick, Hank. Syndicate Wife: The Story of Ann Drahmann Coppola. New York: Macmillan, 1968. Moore, T. Ross, ed. Echoes from the Century, 1867–1967. Mount Olivet, Ky.: Robertson Co. Historical Society, 2000. Murrell, Jesse L. One Hundred and Sixty Years: First Methodist Church. Covington, Ky.: First Methodist Church, 1965. Nagle, Eric C., and Larry L. Ford. Monument Inscriptions of Robertson County, Kentucky. Dayton, Ohio: Ford and Nagle, 1995. Nelson, William H. The Buried Treasure: A Rabbit Hash Mystery. Lawrenceburg, Ind.: Sam Chapman, ca. 1890. Reprint, Rabbit Hash, Ky.: Rabbit Hash Historical Society, 1997. Noe, J. T. Cotton, ed. A Brief Anthology of Kentucky Poetry: Selections of Poetry Written by Ninety-Three Persons Closely Identified with Kentucky, Most of Them Native Born. Lexington: Univ. of Kentucky Department of Extension, 1936. Onkst, Wayne, ed. From Buffalo Trails to the Twenty-First Century: A Centennial History of Erlanger, Kentucky. Erlanger, Ky.: Erlanger Historical Society, 1996. Ott, James. Seekers of the Everlasting Kingdom: A Brief History of the Diocese of Covington. Strasbourg, France: Editions du Signe, 2002. Parker, Anna V. “A Short History of Carroll County,” 1958, available at Carroll Co. Public Library, Carrollton, Ky. Perrin, William Henry, J. H. Battle, and G. C. Kniffin. Kentucky: A History of the State. Louisville, Ky.: F. A. Battey, 1888. Pictorial and Industrial Review of Northern Kentucky. Newport, Ky.: Northern Kentucky Review, 1923. Potter, Eugenia K., ed. Kentucky Women: Two Centuries of Indomitable Spirit and Vision. Louisville, Ky.: Four Colour Imports, 1997. Poweleit, Alvin C., and James A. Schroer, eds. A Medical History of Campbell and Kenton Counties. Cincinnati: Campbell-Kenton Medical Society, 1970. Powell, Robert A. Kentucky Governors. Lexington, Ky.: Kentucky Images, 1989. Purvis, Thomas L., ed. Newport, Kentucky: A Bicentennial History. Newport, Ky.: Otto Zimmerman, 1996. Ramage, James A. “Panic in Cincinnati.” Blue and Gray 3 (April–May 1986): 12–15. Rankins, Walter H. Augusta College, Augusta, Kentucky: First Established Methodist College, 1822–1849. Frankfort, Ky.: Roberts, 1957. Rawe, Richard L. Creating a World-Class Airport: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International, 1947–1997. Encino, Calf.: Cherbo, 1997. Reis, Jim. Pieces of the Past. Vols. 1–3. Covington, Ky.: Kentucky Post, 1988, 1991, 1994. Rennick, Robert M. Kentucky Place Names. Lexington: Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1984. ———. The Post Offices of Northern Kentucky. Lake Grove, Ore.: Depot, 2004. Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. 2 vols. Frankfort, Ky.: Kentucky Yeoman Office, 1866. Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. Confederate Kentucky Volunteers, War of 1861–1865. Frankfort, Ky.: State Journal, 1915. Roth, George F., Jr. The Story of Trinity Episcopal Church in Covington. Covington, Ky.: Trinity Episcopal Church, 1991. Ryan, Paul E. History of the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky. Covington, Ky.: Diocese of Covington, 1954. Schmitz, Raymond A. St. John’s Catholic Church, Covington, Kentucky, 1854– 2004. Covington, Ky.: St. John Catholic Church, 2006. Schrage, Robert. Boone County. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2005. Sesqui-centennial Souvenir Program: 150th Anniversary, 1815–1965, City of Covington, Kentucky. Covington, Ky.: T.&W., 1965.

SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY Smith, Allen Webb. Beginning at “the Point”: A Documented History of Northern Kentucky and Environs, the Town of Covington in Particular, 1751– 1834. Park Hills, Ky.: Self-published, 1977. Southard, Mary Young, and Ernest C. Miller, eds. Who’s Who in Kentucky: A Biographical Assembly of Notable Kentuckians. Louisville, Ky.: Standard, 1936. The Spirit of a Greater Maysville and Mason County. Maysville, Ky.: Daily Independent, 1930. Spoor, P. Andrew. “Devou Park.” Northern Kentucky Heritage 13, no. 1 (Fall– Winter 2005): 24–39. St. Mary, Franklin J., and James W. Brown, comps. Covington Centennial: Official Book and Program. Covington, Ky.: Semple and Schram, 1914. Tapp, Hamilton. Kentucky Lives. Hopkinsville, Ky.: Historical Record Association, 1966. Taylor, John. Baptists on the American Frontier: A History of Ten Baptist Churches of Which the Author Has Been Alternately a Member. Ed. Chester Raymond Young. 3rd ed. Macon, Ga.: Mercer Univ. Press, 1995. Tenkotte, Paul A. “Adaptation to the Automobile and Imitation of the Suburb: Covington, Kentucky’s 1932 Plan as a Test Case of City Planning.” Journal of Kentucky Studies 1 (July 1984): 155–70. ———. “The ‘Chronic Want’ of Cincinnati: A Southern Railroad.” Northern Kentucky Heritage 6, no. 1 (Fall–Winter 1998): 24–33. ———. “A Note on Regional Allegiances during the Civil War: Kenton County, Kentucky, as a Test Case.” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 79, no. 3 (Summer 1981): 211–18. ———. “Rival Cities to Suburbs: Covington and Newport, Kentucky, 1790– 1890,” PhD diss., Univ. of Cincinnati, 1989. Tenkotte, Paul A., with Walter E. Langsam. A Heritage of Art and Faith: Downtown Covington Churches. Covington, Ky.: Kenton Co. Historical Society, 1986. Tenkotte, Paul A., David E. Schroeder, and Thomas S. Ward. To Be Catholic and American in Northern, Central, and Appalachian Kentucky: The Diocese of Covington, 1853–2003. Forthcoming. Townsend, John Wilson. Kentucky in American Letters, 1784–1912. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Torch Press, 1913. Turner, Charles W. Chessie’s Road. Clifton Forge, Va.: Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Society, 1986.

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Ulack, Richard, Karl B. Raitz, and Gyula Pauer, eds. Atlas of Kentucky. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1998. U.S. Census Bureau. www.census.gov/. Vertical files, Owen Co. Public Library, Owenton, Ky. Villa Hills Millennium/Historical Committee. The Villa Hills Area: A Great Place to Live. Villa Hills, Ky.: Villa Hills Millennium/Historical Committee, 1999. Waltmann, Henry G. History of the Indiana-Kentucky Synod of the Lutheran Church in America. Indianapolis, Ind.: Central, 1971. Ward, William S. A Literary History of Kentucky. Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1988. Warminski, Margo. Historic Structures of Boone County. Burlington, Ky.: Boone Co. Historic Preservation Board, 2002. Warner, Jennifer S. Boone County: From Mastodons to the Millennium. Burlington, Ky.: Boone Co. Bicentennial Book Committee, 1998. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1880. Way, Frederick, Jr., comp. Way’s Packet Directory, 1848–1983. Athens: Ohio Univ. Press, 1983. Webster, Robert D. Northern Kentucky Fires: A Summary of the Most Memorable Fires of the Region. Covington, Ky.: Kenton Co. Historical Society, 2006. Wessling, Jack. Early History of Campbell County, Kentucky. Alexandria, Ky.: Privately published, 1997. White, John H. On the Right Track—Some Historic Cincinnati Railroads. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Railroad Club, 2003. Williams, Michael L. “Sin City Kentucky: Newport, Kentucky’s Vice Heritage, and Its Legal Extinction, 1920–1991,” master’s thesis, University of Louisville, 2008. Withey, Henry F., and Elsie Rathburn Withey. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased). Los Angeles: Hennessey and Ingalls, 1970. Works Projects Administration. Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves. Vol. 7, Kentucky Narratives. Washington, D.C.: Federal Writer’s Project of the WPA, 1941.

Illustration Credits Introduction: Kentucky Progress Magazine, October 1929; Gateway to the Southland (Maysville, Ky., 1929). Allen, Robert S.: LBJ Library, Austin, Texas. Anderson Ferry: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Andrews (Andriola), Frank J. “Screw”: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Auton, Jesse: Robert Snow. Averdick, James Andrew: Michael R. Averdick. Bailey, Clay Wade: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Barleycorn’s Five Mile House, Lakeside Park: Ken Heil. Bavarian Brewing Company: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Berry, Albert S.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Beverly Hills Supper Club: Raymond E. Hadorn. Bigstaff, Samuel: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Braun, Bob: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Burman, Ben Lucien: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Butler, William Orlando: Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky (Cincinnati: J. M. Armstrong, 1878). Candy and Ice Cream: Christine Einhaus (photo of the shop); the Papas family (hand-dipping candy). Carlisle, John G.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Civil War Fortifications: Harper’s Weekly, September 27, 1862. Clooney, Betty: Nick and Nina Clooney. Clooney, George: Nick and Nina Clooney. Clooney, Nick: Nick and Nina Clooney. Coal Companies: Mary Jo Hardcorn. Congress of Racial Equality, Northern Kentucky Chapter: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Coppin’s Department Store: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Covington, Downtown: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Crawford, Ellis C.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Crestview Hills: Bob and Martha Hoppenjans Edwards. Dairies: Larry Hanneken. Davis, “Skeeter”: Kentucky Post. Dixie Highway: Boone Co. Public Library. Duveneck, Frank: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Erlanger: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Ewing, Carroll Merlin “Hop”: Boone Co. Public Library. Expressways: Raymond E. Hadorn. Fairs: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Fire Departments: Larry Hanneken. First National Bank and Trust Company of Covington: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Fisk, John Flavel: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Five-and-Dime Stores: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Flood of 1937: Jan D. Stanley. Florence: Boone Co. Public Library. Football: Kenton Co. Public Library. Fort Mitchell: Roy Moser. Fort Wright: City of Fort Wright. Furniture and Home Furnishings: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Galvin, Maurice L.: Roger Auge II. Gillespie, Haven: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Goldberg, Max H.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Grant, Jesse Root: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Hargraves, William Frederick “Billy”: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Harrison, Henry Thomas “Harry”: Sharon Jobert. Helm, Charles John, Sr.: Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky (Cincinnati: J. M. Armstrong, 1878). Icehouses: Mary Jo Hardcorn. Jones, Frederick McKinley: Minnesota Historical Society. Kentucky Central Railroad: D. J. Kenny, Illustrated Cincinnati (Cincinnati: Geo. E. Stevens, 1875). Kluemper, Theo-

dore: Carol Rekow. Lagoon Amusement Park: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Lloyd, John Uri: Lloyd Library and Museum, Cincinnati. Martin, William Henry, Jr.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. McCarthy, Aileen: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Meanwell, Jack L.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Meatpacking: Charles Cist, Sketches and Statistics of Cincinnati in 1851 (Cincinnati: Wm. H. Moore, 1851). Merkel, Una: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Merritt, John Ayers: Tennessee State University. Milburn, Frank S.: Boone Co. Historic Preservation Review Board. Mitchel, Ormsby MacKnight: Charles Cist, Sketches and Statistics of Cincinnati in 1851 (Cincinnati: Wm. H. Moore, 1851). Nelson, George Eaton: Roger Auge II. Newport and Covington Suspension Bridge: Ballou’s Pictorial, December 20, 1856. Newport Barracks: Ballou’s Pictorial, December 20, 1856. Newport Independent Schools: Ballou’s Pictorial, December 20, 1856. Newport Shopping Center: American Diversified Development Inc. Newport Steel: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Northern Kentucky University: Northern Kentucky University. Nursing Homes and Retirement Housing: Boone Co. Historic Preservation Review Board. Ohio River Beaches (photo with the Island Queen): Kelly Sutkamp. Patrick, Irene: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Petersburg Distillery: Boone Co. Historic Preservation Review Board. Pharmacy: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Pontoon Bridges, Civil War: Harper’s Weekly, September 27, 1862. Price, Jacob: Daily Commonwealth, November 9, 1882. Ratterman, George W.: Raymond E. Hadorn. Rieveschl, George, Jr.: Lloyd Library and Museum, Cincinnati. Roebling, John Augustus and Washington Augustus: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Schmitt, Johann: Sharon Cahill. Shimfessel, Alice Thornton: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Shine, Michael T.: Kentucky Post, May 26, 1894 Society of St. Vincent de Paul: Andrew Lonneman family. Southgate, William Wright: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Speers Memorial Hospital: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Spence, Brent: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. St. Francis de Sales Academy: Kentucky Gateway Museum. Staverman, Larry: Thomas More College Archives. Stewart Iron Works: Sharon Jobert. Tacoma Park: Charles R. Tharp. Taylor, James, Jr.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Timberlake House: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Truck Farming: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Venable, John Wesley: Michael R. Averdick. Villa Madonna Academy: Pete Rightmore. Vinson, Frederick M.: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Visitors to Northern Kentucky: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. Washington: Kentucky Gateway Museum Center. Williams, Brian P.: Ken and Kate Williams. Williams, Caroline “Line”: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. World War II: Pam Ciafardini Casebolt. Wright, Horatio G.: Harper’s Weekly, June 11, 1864. WZIP: Kenton Co. Public Library, Covington. YMCA: Raymond E. Hadorn. All illustrations not attributed to some other source are from the collections of the editors in chief.

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AA Highway, 1, 57, 207 Abbett, Henry J., 192 Abbott, A. L., 454 Abbott, Bill, 897 Abbott, Clementine R., 238 Abbott, Dorothy, 1, 924, 970 Abbott, Eugenia Garland, 1 Abbott, George F., 422 Abbott, George Morton, 1 Abbott, Leroy, 50 Abdy, E. S., 32 Abele, Melchor, 244 Abeln, Paul T., 455, 777 Abernathy, Blackstone L., 318 Abernathy, Ralph, Rev., 188 Abert, James W., 1 Abert, Jennie, 1 Abert, John James, Col., 1, 793 Abert, Nellie, 1 Abert, Susan, 1 abolitionists, 2–5; Anderson, Elijah, 24–25; antislavery, 31; Augusta, 44; Bailey, William Shreve, 52–53; Bradley, James, 114; emancipationists, 301–3; Fee, John G., 323; Fuller Brothers, 373–74; Garner, Margaret, 387; Hathaway, Henry, Jr., 435; Ohio River, 686; Pavy, John, 704; Sebastian, Alexander, 813–14; Thome, James A., 877; Underground Railroad, 899–905; Van Zandt, John, 910 Abraham, J. M., 432 Ackerly, Spafford, 613 Ackerman, Richard H.: achievements, 769; All Saints Catholic Church, 19; birth control, 90; Bishop Brossart High School, 91; Carmel Manor, 155; Catholic charities, 169; Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home, 271; Holy Cross High School, 456; Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 474; Mother of God Catholic Church, 630; St. Anthony Catholic Church, 776; St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 778; St. Joseph Catholic Church, Cold Spring, 787; St. Mary Cemetery, 789; St. Stephen Cemetery, 796, 797; St. William Catholic Church, 798; Seminary of St. Pius X, 819;

Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker, 833; Thomas More College, 877 Ackman, L. A., 962 Ackman, L. M., 962 Actaris, 695 Action Ministries, 5 actors: Braun, Bob, 114–15; Clooney, George, 202–3; Curtis, Dick, 253; Drake, Mrs. Alexander, 280–81; Egelston, Charles, 296; Elkins, Bob, 297; Forrest, Edwin, 357–58; Galloway, Donald P. “Don,” 384; Hershfield, Olive S. Vail, 444; Hiteman, Charlotte B., 451; Hutcherson, Josh Ryan, 469; Kirby, Durward, 520; Marks, Joe E., 580; Merkel, Una, 614–15; Miskell, Caroline “Carrie” Scales, 621; Newman, Erica, 650; Pogue, Chuck, 719; Power, Patia, 731–32; Prescott, Marie, 733–34; Reams, Lee Roy, 748; Sweet, Katherine Marie “Katie,” 862; Von Hoene, Richard A. “Dick,” 920; Wadsworth, Joseph Henry, 922; Walker, Stuart H., 924; Walsh, Katherine Victoria “Kathy,” 926–27 Acuff, Roy, 620 Adair, Martha, 223 Adair, Norman, 223 Adair, William C., 486 Adair, William C., Jr., 486 Adams, Angie, 792 Adams, Avery, 897 Adams, Bob, 896 Adams, Charles, 177 Adams, Charles E., 382 Adams, Charles S., 492 Adams, Frances, 382 Adams, Hondel, Rev., 537 Adams, Ida, 5 Adams, John Quincy, 70, 595, 621, 888, 952 Adams, Norman S., 692 Adams, Peter C., 190 Adams, Samuel W., 5 Adams, William, 5 Adamson, Judge, 122 Adcock, Frank B., 263 Adkins, John Scudder, 944 Adlum, Major, 917 African-American Businessmen’s Association, 5–6, 186, 528, 581, 859

African American churches: Bethel Baptist Church, 85; First Baptist Church of Covington, 335; Ghent Second Baptist Church, 399; St. James African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 782; St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 791–92; Scott United Methodist Church, 813; Second Baptist Church of Carrollton, 814; Second Baptist Church of Mayslick, 814; Second Methodist Church, 815; Zion Baptist Church, 985 African Americans, 6–8; civil rights movement, 187–88; in Civil War, 9–10, 148, 192, 398; in Eastside Covington, 292–93; in Elsemere, 8–9; NAACP, 643; Northern Kentucky AfricanAmerican Heritage Task Force, 668; ragtime music, 744; in World War II, 10–12 Agassiz, Louis, 820 Agee, Allie, 454 agriculture, 12–15; Boyd Cattle Company, 107–8; coal companies, 205; cotton mills, 229; dairies, 254–55; gristmills, 425–26; meatpacking, 608–9; sawmills, 806–7; tanneries, 866; Tewes Poultry, 873; textiles, 873–74; tobacco, 879–80; Trauth Dairy, 888; truck farming, 891; viniculture, 917–18; woolen mills, 974–75 Ahern, Cornelius, 792 Ahlering, George H., 15 Ahlering, Henry, 15 Ahlering, Mary, 15 Ahmann, Ignatius, Rev., 786 Ahrens, Edward H., Pfc., 976 AIDS, 391, 525 Aiken, Georgia, 978 airports, 15–16; Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport, 179–81; Gene Snyder Airport, 392 A. J. Jolly County Park, 41, 495 A. J. Jolly Elementary and High School, 16, 73, 141, 147, 495 Aker, Bill, 678 Akerman, Richard H., 243 Akers, Dennis, 352 Alanant-O-Wamio-Wee Trail, 932

Albert, J. W., 897 Albright, A. D., 612, 677, 678 Albright, Jacob, 654 alcohol: Bavarian Brewing Company, 67–68; brewing industry, 117; distilleries, 272–73; Gibson Wine Company, 401; New England Distillery, 649; Peter O’Shaugnessy, 692; Petersburg Distillery, 713–14; prohibition, 738; viniculture, 917–18; Walsh Distillery, 927; Wiedemann Brewing Company, 956–57 Alcoholics Anonymous, 16, 631, 858 Alcor, Dave, 846 Alcor, John, 846 Aldemeyer, Robert, 48 Aldermeyer, Alvin, 674 Alderson, Thomas D., Rev., 537 Alerding, Bernard Herman, 16 Alerding, Herman J., 16 Alexander, Carol A., 17 Alexander, Carrie Brent, 465 Alexander, Charles, 487 Alexander, C. L., 430 Alexander, Curtis, 17 Alexander, David, 902 Alexander, Delmar “Buck,” 123 Alexander, James, 699 Alexander, Jason, 297 Alexander, J. J., 637 Alexander, Lewis D., 799 Alexander, Maria, 811 Alexander, Shaun, 17, 102, 102–3, 355 Alexander, Timothy, 351 Alexander, Valerie, 17 Alexandria, 17; Fair, 17–18; First Baptist Church, 333 Alexandria, Robert, 56 Aley, Maxwell, 176 Alford, John, 103 Alford, Steve, Rev., 76 Alke, Stephan, 44 Alleghenian Orogeny, 393 Allen, D. H., Rev., 4 Allen, Elizabeth Sharon, 18 Allen, Frances, 530 Allen, Harry, 18 Allen, Henry Dodson, 575 Allen, H. G. Rev., 781 Allen, James, 530 Allen, Lou, 230 Allen, Marion M., 551

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Allen, Mary E., 552 Allen, Richard, Rev., 8 Allen, Robert S., Colonel, 18, 556, 665 Allen, W. B., 806 Allender, James, 18 Allender Homestead, 18 Allison, James T., 25 Allison, John, 374 Allison, Lucretia, 434 Allphin, U. C., 684 All Saints Catholic Church, 18–19, 833, 912 Almond, Charles, 3, 899 Almond, Edward M., Gen., 924 Alphin, H. Z., 539 Altamont Springs Hotel and Mineral Baths, 19–20, 89, 431, 463, 611, 682, 823, 954, 956 Alvord, J. W., Rev., 369 Ambrose, Joseph, 354, 684 ambulances. See Northern Kentucky Emergency Medical Services America (steamboat), 20, 205, 380, 686, 907, 922 American Anti-Slavery League, 24 American Antislavery Society, 2, 900, 901, 902 American Indians, 20–23, 610; archaeology, 35; Bedinger, George Michael, 73; Boone Co., 100; Buffi ngton Springs, 129; Coleman’s Springs, 208; ferries, 324; French and Indian War, 371–73; Girty, Simon, 503; Ingles, Mary, 478; Limestone and Limestone Creek, 548; Little Turtle (Mishikinakwa), 558; Mason Co. stations, 588; Mason Co., 583–85; Mentor, 614; Mound Builders, 631–32; Ohio River, 685–86; Richwood, 756; The Point (Licking River); tobacco, 879; Van Voast, James, 910; Warrior Trail, 932 American Legion, 23, 185, 420, 440, 581 American Pharmacists Association, 714 American Red Cross, 23–24; Baird, Hannah Hume, 53; boxing, 107; Chevalier, Elizabeth Pickett, 176; Highland United Methodist Church, 448; Interfaith Commission Flood Relief Program, 675; Orr, Gertrude, 691; poverty, 730; schuetzen clubs, 810; Williams, Caroline “Line,” 959 American Revolution. See Revolutionary War American Society of Equity, 666 Ames, Asbury, 978 Ames, John D., 190 Ammerman, George, Rev., 962 Ammerman, Nellie, 962 amphibians, 321 Amtrak, 24, 175

amusement parks, 24; Lagoon Amusement Park, 528–29; Tacoma Park, 865 Anderson, Anna, 399 Anderson, Charles W., 622 Anderson, Cleora, 25 Anderson, Cristy, 26 Anderson, Deborah, 26 Anderson, Dennis, 845 Anderson, Dennis R., 845 Anderson, Edwin, 430 Anderson, Elijah, 2, 3, 24–25, 31, 32, 389, 836, 899, 900, 901 Anderson, Evan, 26 Anderson, Freeman, 3 Anderson, George, 26, 119, 162, 223 Anderson, H., 912 Anderson, Henry, 902 Anderson, Isham, 433 Anderson, Jack, 18 Anderson, Jane, 433 Anderson, Jeff rey R., 250 Anderson, J. G., Col., 254 Anderson, Joe E., 25, 107, 865 Anderson, Joe (restaurant owner), 411 Anderson, John W., Capt., 27, 302, 835 Anderson, Ken, 25–26, 117, 354 Anderson, Larz, 148, 194 Anderson, Laurie, 76 Anderson, Martha, 25 Anderson, Mary J., 24, 25 Anderson, Paul, 26 Anderson, Robert, Brig. Gen., 148 Anderson, Sarah Brooks, 26 Anderson, Susan S., 27 Anderson, William J., 25, 541, 899 Anderson Ferry, 26, 223, 325–26, 507 Anderson Slave Pen, 26–27 Andres, Herman V. J., Rev., 459 Andrews (Andriola), Frank J. “Screw,” 27, 98 Andrews, Albert L., 28, 480, 663 Andrews, Eleanor Plunkett, 27 Andrews, Henry, 529 Andrews, James O., 636 Andrews, Joseph, 28, 480, 663 Andrews, Lorin, Rev., 27–28, 938 Andrews Sisters, 402 Andrews Steel Mill, 28, 480, 651, 663, 773 Angel, James Bird, 28 Angel, Vera, 28, 550, 970 Angevin, James, 901 Angevin, John, 4 Anglin, Paul, Jr., Rev., 336 Anness, Justine, 945 Ann’s Ice Balls and Icehouse, 28–29, 152 Anshutz, Hermann, 29 Anshutz, Thomas P., 29, 38 Anspaw, Jacob, 425 Answers in Genesis–USA, 29 Anthony, Susan B., 82, 559, 888, 972, 975 anti-German hysteria, 30, 395, 474, 475, 709, 810, 975

antislavery, 30–33, 44, 46, 301–3, 589, 645, 732–33, 836, 972 Appalachians, 33–34, 37, 75, 118, 229, 411, 575, 640, 948, 970 Appel, Dale, 104 Applegate, Leslie T., 196–97 Applegate, Oliver P., 752 Appleton, William, 488, 713 AQW (Always Quality Work) Inc., 966 Arcaro, George Edward “Eddie,” 35, 402, 411, 483, 538 Arcaro, Ruth, 35 Arcaro’s, 411 archaeology, 35–36; Behringer, William Jacob, 75; Big Bone Lick, 87–89; Covington urban archaeology, 245–46; Crawford, Ellis C., 247; Fort Ancient Indian sites, 358; Hemingray Glass Company archaeological project, 442–43; Washington archaeology, 936–37 Archaic period, 20–21 Archer, Benjamin E., 190 architecture, 36; Bankemper, Carl Cyril Anthony, 55; Carl Brothers, 153–54; Crapsey, Charles C., 247; Davis, David, 256; Dittoe and Wisenall, 273; Monmouth St. Architechture, 622; Piket, Louis A., 716–17; Roth, George F., Jr., 772; Samuel Hannaford and Sons, 430–31; Seger, Daniel T., 815; Walker, Lyman R., 924; Walker, William E., 924; Walter and Stewart, 927; Weber Brothers, 944; Wernwag, Lewis, 946; Wisenall, Bernard T., 966; Wolff, Otto Daniel, Jr., 969 Arena, Susan, 415 Argonaut Cotton Mill, 874 Arion Männerchor, 36, 117 Armand, Alice, 650 Armstrong, Edgar, 599 Armstrong, Elizabeth, 53 Armstrong, F., 475 Armstrong, James, 43 Armstrong, John, 45, 600 Armstrong, Johnston, 32, 599 Armstrong, J. R., 803 Armstrong, Louis, 97, 487 Armstrong, Neil, 180 Armstrong, Sarah Emily, 113 Arnett, Edgar, 310, 725 Arnold, Alice, 581 Arnold, Brent, 634 Arnold, Calvin W., 37 Arnold, Caroline Hitt, 37 Arnold, David, 968 Arnold, Dorothy, 685 Arnold, Earl, 462 Arnold, Floyd, Rev., 445 Arnold, Henry “Hap” Gen., 11 Arnold, James G., 36, 184, 589, 949 Arnold, James M., 658 Arnold, J. M., 354 Arnold, Kenneth, 905

Arnold, Louella, 143 Arnold, Louis W., 499 Arnold, Margaret Morgan, 37 Arnold, Orlan, 111 Arnold, Peggy Ball, 54–55 Arnold, Richard C., 37, 695, 849 Arnold, Shirley, 375 Arnold, W. E., 425 Arnold, William, Capt., 37, 960, 961 Arnold, Willis, 36 Arnold Log House, 37, 961 Arnow, Harold B., 37 Arnow, Harriette Simpson, 37, 556, 971 Arnzen, Bob, 66 Arrasmith, Alfred, 684 art/artists, 37–39; Anshutz, Thomas P., 29; Audubon, John James, 42; Barnhorn, Clement J., 60; Beard, James Henry, 70–71; Bluemlein, Thomas, 97; Brean, David, 115; Cassidy, Ira Diamond Gerald, 165; Cochran, Jane Burch, 206; Corwine, Aaron H., 227–28; Covington Art Club, 238–39; Darrell Brothers, 123; Dibowski, Charles J., 268; Diuguid, Nancy, 273–74; Donaldson Lithographic Company, 277–78; Duveneck, Frank, 286–87; Eckstein, Frederick John, 293–94; Eilerman, Yvonne “Bonnie,” 296; enameling, 303–4; Farney, Henry Frank, 320–21; Gaither, Thomas, 379; Hubbard, Anna Wonder, 465; Hubbard, Harlan, 465–66; Hurrell, George Edward, 468–69; Knapp, John Augustus “J. A.,” 522; Lamprecht, Wilhelm, 531–32; Lippert, Leon, 555–56; literature, 556–57; Mack, David, 573; Manning, Joseph, 578; McCarthy, Aileen, 603; McLaughlin, Charles Jasper, 605; Meanwell, Jack L., 607–8; Michaels Art Bronze Company, 618; Northern Kentucky Heritage League, 673; Nourse, Mary Madeline, 681; Porter, William Southgate, 724; Schmitt, Johann, 808–9; Seigel, Greg, 817–18; Seigel, Rebekka Beer, 817–18; Selden, Dixie, 818; Sharon, Mary Bruce, 822; Shepherd, Jean, 823; Stained Glass Theatre, 850; Th ien, Wenceslaus, 875; Venable, John Wesley, 910–11; Williams, Caroline “Line,” 958–59; Wolf, Joannes, 969; women, 971; Wood, Mary, 972–73 Arterburn, Dan, 360 Arthur, Adeliza Southgate, 39 Arthur, Eliza Parsons, 39 Arthur, Ethlinda Southgate, 39 Arthur, Jean, 580

INDEX Arthur, John, Capt., 769, 770 Arthur, Oren, 99 Arthur, William, 39 Arthur, William Evans, 39, 100, 217, 554, 642 Arthur, W. W., 589 Artus, James, 111, 704 Arvin, Jennings Bryan, 312 Asa (Baptist preacher), 58 Asbury, Elizabeth Rogers, 39 Asbury, Francis, 39, 40, 592, 616, 962 Asbury, Joseph, 39 Asbury United Methodist Church, 39–40, 616, 750 Ash, George C., 3, 324, 325, 899, 900 Ashbrook, H. C., 184 Ashbrook, J. W., 426, 807 Ashcraft, Vern, 364 Ashland Inc., 40, 176, 234, 235 Ashley, Herman, 857 Asian Americans, 40–41 Askren, Mary, 666 Asman, Bub, 329 Asman, Harriet McIntyre, 41 Asman, Henry Bernard, Jr., “Bub,” 41 Asman, Henry Bernard, Sr., 41 Asman, Jacquelyn Chism, 41 Asman, John B., 41 Asman, William L., 41 Aspen Grove/Sun Valley, 41 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 41–42 Astley, Philip, 183 Astor, John Jacob, 270 Athey, Kate Stephens, 42 Athey, Robert, 42 athletes/athletics: Alexander, Shaun, 17; Anderson, Joe E., 25; Anderson, Ken, 25–26; Arcaro, George Edward “Eddie,” 35; baseball, 61–66; basketball, 66–67; Beagle, Ronald G., 69; boxing, 106–7; Browning, Pam, 124; Bunning, James “Jim” Paul David, 132; Camnitz, Howie, 143; Cappel, Bill, 152; Cappel, William F. “Bill,” 152; Cauthen, Steven Mark, 169–70; Connor, James “Jim” Robert, 221; Covington Blue Sox, 239; Cowens, David William, 246–47; Ernst, James C., 311; Fitzpatrick, Thomas P. “Timmy,” 342–43; Flesch, Steve, 344; Florence Freedom, 352–53; football, 354–56; Gastright, Hank, 388; golf, 408–9; Heving brothers, 444–45; Johnson, Donald “Groundhog,” 493; Justice, David, 498; Kentucky Cricket Club, 512; Klein, Roger G., 521; Landrum, Ralph L., 532; Lloyd, Nelson A., 560–61; Martin, Douglas, 581; Meier, Mary Jane Scheper, 612; Merritt, John Ayers, 615; Murray, Thomas

Peter “Tommy,” 639; Orr Academy/Rugby School, 692; Ratterman, George, 747–48; Rice, Homer Cranston, 755; Risen, Arnie Denny “Stilts,” 760; Schwarberg, William D. “Bill,” 811; Scott, Patricia A. “Pat,” 812; Shields, Ken, 824; skating rinks, 833–34; Staverman, Larry Joseph, 851; Steinfeldt, Harry Albert, 852–53; Summers, Scott Patrick, 860–61; Sweeney, William “Bill,” 862; Tannehill Brothers, 865–66; Thacker, Thomas Porter, 874; townball, 883; Turner, John W., 895; Wilson, Earl D., 965; Wooden, John Robert, 973; Wyk, Walter F., 980 Athmann, Anthony, Rev., 785 Atkins, Chet, 257 Atkins, George Robert, 824 Atkinson, Isabella, 705 Atkinson, James L., 174 Attig, Lila Pearl, 944 Atwood, Elmer, 76 Atwood, Lee, 42 Atwood, L. T., 514 Atwood, Roger, Rev., 446 Auchter, Henry, 392 Aud, Joseph Z., Rev., 876 Audry, Debby, 944 Audubon, Anne Moynette, 42 Audubon, Jean, 42 Audubon, John James, 38, 42, 54, 549, 687, 949 Auer, Leopold, 431 Auge, Grace Galvin Nelson, 647 Augusta, 43–44; Baptist Church, 44; Christian Church, 43, 44; Church of the Nazarene, 44; Civil War Raid, 44–45, 111, 580; College, 6, 43, 45–46, 61, 111, 113, 294, 616, 636, 702, 715, 734, 773, 902; Ferry, 46, 582; High School, 46–47, 112; Jail, 47; Presbyterian Church, 43, 47, 733; Trinity United Methodist Church, 47 Aument, Carroll, 822 Aument, Henrietta Bruce Sharon, 822 Aunt Hagar, 6 Austin, Clarence, 231 Austin, Julia, 47 Austin, Seneca, 47 Austinburg, 47–48, 171, 777 authors. See art/artists authors/poets: Arnow, Harriette Simpson, 37; Betts, Mary E. Wilson, 85; Blake, Toni, 92; Brown, Craig M., 123; Burman, Ben Lucien, 135; Chevalier, Elizabeth Pickett, 176; Clemens, Samuel /Mark Twain, 198–99; Cornell, Annette Patton, 226–27; Dillon, George Hill, 269; Dinsmore, Julia Stockton,

269; Doremus, Elizabeth, 279; Ellis, James Tandy, 298; Elliston, George, 299; Estes, Margaret, 312; Fields, Greg, 327–28; Fosdick, William Whiteman, 366 ; Hiser, Berniece Iona Terry, 449; Holmes, Daniel Henry, Jr., 454; Jessup, Myrtle Stickrath, 488–89; Jewell, Sue Hamilton, 489; Kelly, Mary Ann, 501; Kerley, John A. “Jack,” 518; Ladd, Dorothy, 528; Mack, David, 573; McClanahan, Edward Poage “Ed,” 603–4; McNamara, Mary Catherine, 606; Mora, Pat “Patricia,” 625; Mosgrove, George Dallas, 629; Orr, Gertrude, 691; Paul, Barbara, 703; Pogue, Chuck, 719; Richardson, Darrell Coleman, 755–56; Richardson, Mary Cabell, 756; Roberts, Alice Kennelly, 762–63; Roberts, Elizabeth Madox, 763; Roth, George F., Jr., 772; Schulkers, Robert Franc, 811; Shepherd, Jean, 823; Stanton, Henry T., 851; Summers, Hollis Spurgeon, Jr., 860; Tevis, Walter Stone, Jr., 873; Trimble, Vance Henry, 889; Truesdell, Helen, 892–93; Varble, Rachel M., 910; Williams, Sheila, 960; Willson, Forceythe, 964; Wolff, Ruth, 969–70; Wood, Eleanor Duncan, 972; Woolsey, Kate Trimble, 975; Yancey, Rena Lusby, 981; Zeitz, Gray, 985 Auton, Jesse, Brig. Gen., 48, 494, 525, 717, 977 Auton, Julia E. Bagby, 48 Auton, Robert Wesley, 48 Autry, Gene, 253 Avenel Hotel, 48–49, 463, 823 Averdick, Clara J. Ertel, 49 Averdick, Henry G., Jr., 50 Averdick, Henry G., Sr., 49 Averdick, James Andrew, 49–50, 552 Averdick, Joanna D. Eagen, 49 Averdick, Michael, 508 Averdick, Nell, 50 Avery, C. J., 803 aviation accidents, 50–51, 223, 291, 926 Avram, Rita, 808 Ayers, Rhoda Mae “Rhonnie,” 51 Aylor, Bill, 263 Aylor, L. P., 427 Aylor, Martin L., 357 Aylor, Shelly, 427 Aylward, Kern, 402, 576 Ayres, S. G., 847 Azbill, William, 421 Bacall, Lauren, 748 Bacchus, Percival L., 52, 90, 611 Bach, J. S., 718

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Bacon, James C., 699 Badin, Stephen, Rev., 790 Baechtold, J. J., Rev., 799 Bagoffi n, Beriah, 53 Bailey, Benjamin Kirby, 946 Bailey, Clay Wade, 52, 513, 556, 665 Bailey, George W., 52 Bailey, Jane, 293, 294 Bailey, John, 52 Bailey, Logan, 52 Bailey, Mary Adams Whitehead, 811 Bailey, Pearl, 136 Bailey, Rebecca Weddington, 52 Bailey, Rebekah Shreve, 52 Bailey, Samuel C., 452 Bailey, Walter, 86 Bailey, William Shreve, 4, 33, 52–53, 664, 751 Baily, Ezra, 807 Bainbridge, William T., 350 Bainum, Elizabeth C., 263 Baird, Alice M., 542 Baird, Glenn F., 53 Baird, Hanna Hume, 53, 270, 970 Baird, Sarah, 452 Baither, Bill, 379 Baker, Abraham, 44, 111, 918 Baker, Clarence, 76 Baker, Francis, 265 Baker, George S., 975 Baker, Henrietta, 53, 890 Baker, John, 53 Baker, Johnny, 199 Baker, John W., 890 Baker, Josephine, 487, 710 Baker, Joshua, Col., 53 Baker, Kathy, 508 Baker, Richard, 7 Baker, Richard Tarvin, 53, 69, 198, 199, 448, 484 Baker, Robert, 309 Baker, R. Philip, 515 Baker, Samuel, 53 Baker, Sarah Beall, 69 Baker, Sarah Bina, 199 Baker, Thomas Jefferson, 199 Baker, Tolbert, 390 Baker, William, 53 Baker-Hunt, Margaretta Wager, 53–54 Baker-Hunt Foundation, 38, 53–54, 108, 238, 240, 297, 303, 772, 830, 890 Baker-Nantz, Jamie, 415 Bakewell, Ann, 54 Bakewell, Benjamin, 54 Bakewell, Lucy Green, 42, 54 Bakewell, Thomas Woodhouse, 42, 54, 874, 949 Bakewell, T. W., 179 Bakewell, William, 54 Bakewell Family, 54, 155, 179 Balcom, H. Tracy, Jr., 957 Baldwin, Addison L., 752 Baldwin, Clarence “Kid,” 62 Baldwin, Hiram, 191 Baldwin, Louis W., Pfc., 525 Baldwin, “Lucky,” 538

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Baldwin, William W., 975 Ball, Arnold, 55 Ball, C. E., Rev., 666 Ball, George W., 480 Ball, Herbert, 54–55 Ball, James, 711 Ball, Nelson, 55 Ball, Samuel, 190 Ball, Sarina, 55 Ball, Wilson, 898 Balle, Nelson, 54–55 Ball Family Singers, 54–55, 641, 965 Ballinger, James Mitchell, 827 Ballinger, Katherine, 286 Balme, Augustin Mottin de la, 558 Balsam, Talia, 203 Balser, Gussie, 840 Bamberger, Carl A., 753 Bamberger, George, Rev., 778 Bancroft, Anne, 748 Banderman, John, 789 Bandler, Joseph, 702 Bandmann, Edward, 733 Bang, Victor, 178 Bankemper, Carl Cyril Anthony, 55, 478, 582, 682, 819 Bankemper, John, Rev., 631, 780 Banklick Creek and Watershed, 55–56, 223, 719, 939 Banklick Turnpike Company, 56, 507 Bank of Kentucky, 56, 59, 139, 236, 286, 543, 668, 679, 921, 952 Bank of Kentucky Arena, 365 Bank of Maysville, 56–57, 59, 500, 587, 944 Banks, Jarrett, 189 Banks, William V., 673 Bannister, William, 11 Bannock, G. F., 807 Baptist Convalescent Center, 57, 58, 146, 201, 536–37 Baptists, 57–59, 302 Bar Association, 670 Barbee, William J., 399 Barber, Joseph, 3 Barbian, Ken, 946 Barbour, James Foster, 56, 57, 59, 59 Barbour, Letitia Green, 59 Barbour, Willie R., 335 Barcus, Frank L., Rev., 788 Bare, Bobby, 257 Barg, Maria Anna “Mary,” 296 Barkau, Harold, Rev., 970 Barker, Evilina, 628 Barkhau, Harold, 784 Barkley, Alben W., 179, 262, 311, 484, 554, 638, 945 Barkley, George W., 111, 953 Barkley, Tona, 434 Barkshire, Samuel, 3, 899 Barleycorn’s Five Mile House, 59, 411, 507, 531 Barlow, Frances Cantrell, 888, 889 Barlow, Martin, 888, 889 Barnabas (Baptist preacher), 58 Barner, John, 379 Barnes, Charles, 98 Barnes, H. L., Rev., 8, 60

Barnes, Lorenzo, 178 Barnes Temple A.M.E. Church, 8, 59–60, 112 Barnett, C. Wayne, Rev., 338 Barnett, Ida Wells, 638 Barnett, James, 853 Barnett, Mary A. Salmons, 853 Barnett, W. C., Rev., 459 Barnhorn, Agnes Garmmers, 60 Barnhorn, Clemens, 60 Barnhorn, Clement J., 37, 60, 167, 286, 362, 603, 631, 774 Barnsdale, Kevin, Rev., 446 Barnsfather, James, 258, 611 Barnum, P. T., 183 Baron, Charles, 613 Baron, Charlotte, 613 Barr, Aida, 983 Barr, Enoch, 866 Barr, H., 807 Barr, H. W., 146 Barr, James H., 807 Barrett, O. F., 335 Barrett, Thomas M., 762 Barringer, Thomas, 136 Barrow, David, Rev., 31, 302, 813 Barrow, John A. D., 261 Barry, Susan Lucy, 869 Barry, William T., 869 Barrymore, John, 279 Barrymore, Lionel, 279 Bartholomew, Daniel, 4, 899 Bartle, John, Col., 60, 144 Bartle, John James Flourney, 60 Bartlett, E. B., 523, 524 Bartlett, Ed, 973 Bartlett, Lou, 973 Bartlett, Thomas “Red,” 973 Barton, Charles, 61 Barton, Clara H., 23 Barton, Edward E., 60–61, 519 Barton, Effie, 839 Barton, Mary Beckett, 60 Barton, Thomas M., 60, 136 Barton, William L., 136 Bartow, Mary, 831 Bascom, Henry Bidleman, 45, 46, 61 baseball, 61–63; amateur, 64–65; Covington Blue Sox, 239; early professional, 63–64; Kenton Base Ball Association, 505; Maysville, 64. See also athletes/ athletics Basie, Count, 136 basketball, 66–67, 122. See also athletes/athletics Basley, C. S., 131 Bass, Herbert, 656 Bates, Gene, 890 Bates, Joe B., 218, 219 Bates, Joshua H., Gen., 193 Bates, Peggy, 493 Bates, William, 493 Bathalter, Robert, 392 Bathiany, Albert, 152 Bathiany, Helyn Mae, 439 Batman, Richard, 702 Battaglia, John, 461 Batteries: Bates, 193; Buford, 194;

Burbank, 194; Burnet, 194; Carlisle, 193–94; Coombs, 193; Groesbeck, 194; Harrison, 194; Hatch, 194; Holt, 194; Hooper, 67, 193, 846; J. L. K. Smith, 193; Kyle, 193; Larz Anderson, 194; Lee, 194; McCrae, 193; McLean, 194; Perry, 193; Phil Kearny, 194; Riggs, 193; Shaler, 194; Wiggins, 194 Battle, Margaret, 493 Baudelaire, Charles-Pierre, 269 Bauer, Cathy, 945 Bauer, Elizabeth Gossett, 67 Bauer, Gary Lee, 67, 144, 391, 657 Bauer, Paul, 865 Bauer, R. Bernhardt, 563 Bauer, Stanley “Spike’ Rynolds, 67 Baum, Jacob, 925 Baum, Jeff, 156 Bauman, Ruth, 262 Baumeister, Bernard A., Rev., 455, 776 Bavarian Brewing Company, 67–68, 117, 210, 254, 546 Bavarian Trucking Company, 68, 939 Bavis, Levi, 568 BAWAC Inc., 68–69 Baxter, Ruth, 160 Bay, Robert, 392 Bayless, D. D., Rev., 799 BB Riverboats, 69, 80, 82, 92, 671, 687 Beach, Henry, Jr., 404 Beagle, Jesse, Rev., 339 Beagle, Joseph C., 69 Beagle, Marie R. Bernaducci, 69 Beagle, Ronald G., 69, 356, 965 Bealer, Cole, 148 Bealer, George, Rev., 798 Beall, Benjamin Duke, 53, 69 Beall, Benjamin F., 69, 210, 263, 444, 849 Beall, Jeannette, 849 Beall, Sarah B., 53 Bean, Josh, 69 Bean, Roy “Judge,” 69–70, 232 Beard, Adelia Belle, 38, 70, 71, 556, 884, 971 Beard, Daniel Carter, 38, 70, 71, 108, 256, 281, 549, 556, 743, 768. See also Daniel Carter Beard Bridge Beard, Frank, 425 Beard, James Carter, 70 Beard, James Henry, 38, 70, 70–77, 71, 971 Beard, Mary Caroline Carter, 70, 71 Beard, Mary Caroline “Lina,” 38, 70, 71, 556, 884, 971 Beard, Thomas Francis “Frank,” 70 Beard, William Henry “Harry,” 70 Beasley, Alfred, 4, 563 Beasley, John, 870 Beasley, Julieanne, 719 Beasley, J. W., Rev., 929 Beatles, 919 Beaton, Peggy, 931

Beatty, Adam, 32, 904 Beatty, Bertha Ellen Baker, 71 Beatty, C. H., 497 Beatty, Clare Elsie, 71, 932, 970 Beatty, Clyde, 183 Beatty, John L., Capt., 71, 71–72, 82, 94, 618, 932 Beatty, Warren, 469 Beatty, William, 704 Beaupre, Lawrence, 513 Beaverlick, 72 Bechtold, William, 273 Beck, D., Rev., 790 Beck, Helen, 821 Beck, James B., 217 Beck, John, Rev., 795 Becker, H., 237 Becker, Joe, 974 Becker, John B., Cpl., 915 Becker, Max Joseph, 527 Becker, Peter, 422, 798 Becker, Rhoda, 422 Beckham, John C. W., 52, 964 Beckjord, Walter C., 732 Beckmann, Harry, 84 Be Concerned Inc., 72 Bedinger, Anna, 140, 356 Bedinger, Benjamin Franklin, 73, 757 Bedinger, David Wade, 73 Bedinger, Everett Wade, Rev., 757 Bedinger, George Michael, Gen., 73, 215, 307, 308, 758 Bedinger, Henrietta Clay, 73 Beecher, Catharine, 518 Beecher, Frances, 850 Beecher, Henry Ward, Rev., 4, 24, 253, 281 Beecher, Lyman, Rev., 70, 302, 733 Beech Grove Academy, 73, 141, 144, 496, 750 Beechwood, 73–74; High School, 640; Public Schools, 62, 74, 359 Beehan, Thomas, 262 Beemon, Daniel, 459 Beemon, Jeremiah, 551 Beers, Clifford W., 613 Behan, L. N., 807 Behle, Dennis, 583 Behle, Nick, 410 Behne, Mary, 287 Behringer, Sophie, 74 Behringer, Theodore, 74 Behringer, William Jacob, 36, 74, 248, 267 Behringer-Crawford Museum, 74–75, 267; African American Mountain Island families, 632; archaeology, 36; Behringer, William J., 74; Civil War fortifications, 193; Kentucky, 857; Sharon, Mary Bruce, 822; Behrman, Ethel Knapp, 522 Behrman, Minnie Hurwitz, 135 Behrman, Samuel N., 135 Beiderbecke, Bix, 487 Beil, Ray, 841 Beiseron, Dorothy Kathryn, 55 Beiting, Martha Hianre, 75

INDEX Beiting, Ralph T., 75 Beiting, Ralph W., Rev., 34, 75 Bejarano, Rafael, 895 Belasco, David, 1, 924 Belberbe, F. W., 554 Belden, Ben, 425 Belew, Adrian, 75–76, 103, 641 Belew, Audie, 76 Belew, Chester E., 75 Belew, Louise Frost, 75 Belew, Margaret, 76 Belew, Newton, 718 Belfast (gunboat), 44–45 Bell, Alexander Graham, 871 Bell, E. K., 737 Bell, Griffi n, 83 Bell, John, 33, 113, 524, 751, 922 Bell, Peggy, 802 Bell, Susan, 270 Bell, Virginia, 133 Belleview, 76; Baptist Church, 57, 76–77 Bellevue, 77–78; Public Schools, 78, 154, 844; Veterans Club, 78–79, 185, 870 Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, 548 Beltz, R. A., Rev., 446 Belville, S. S., Rev., 577 Bemmon, John, 459 Bender, Mary Luann, 778 Benedict XV (Pope), 122 Benham, Anna James, 79 Benham, Elizabeth, 79 Benham, Joseph Shaler, 79 Benham, Peter, 79 Benham, Robert, Col., 79, 403, 768 Bennett, Alene Dugray, 79 Bennett, Ann, 335 Bennett, B. B., 190 Bennett, Cecil L., 259 Bennett, Della, 140 Bennett, Elmer, 79 Bennett, Hugh H., 222 Bennett, Joseph B., 217, 218 Bennett, Roy, 76 Bennett, Tony, 202, 486, 487, 920 Bennett, Virginia, 79–80, 657, 687, 970 Bennett, William, 335 Benning, Alfred, 390 Benning, Andrew, 390 Bennis, Warren, 759 Benny, Jack, 770, 919 Bensman, Charles, 877 Benson, Anne R., 788 Benson, George S., 664 Bent, James, 473 Bent, Joseph, Rev., 792 Bentel, Adam, 80 Bentel, Augusta Eva Miller, 80 Bentel, Edward, 80 Bentel Hotel/Miller’s Inn, 80 Bentler, J. W., 276 Bentley, Roy, 120 Benton, Amy Reynolds, 80 Benton, Brook, 327 Benton, Frank, 182, 272 Benton, Howard, 973 Benton, John, 47, 81

Benton, Joseph, 80–81 Benton, Levi, 80 Benton, Mortimer Murray, Jr., 80–81, 234, 244, 721, 752 Benton, William K., 81 Benton Station, 81 Benzinger, Todd, 62 Bergen, Edgar, 911 Berger, William S., 911 Bergman, Edward, 521 Berkshire, 81 Berkshire, Bob, 749 Berkshire, Elizabeth, 488 Berkshire, R. E., 382 Berlin, 81 Berlin, Irving, 202, 204 Bernhardt, Sarah, 431 Bernstein, Alan, 69, 618 Bernstein, Arron, 81 Bernstein, Benjamin L., 69, 81–82, 92, 618 Bernstein, Dora Handelsman, 81 Bernstein, Leonard, 808 Bernstein, Shirley, 69, 618 Berry, Albert Seaton, Capt., 77, 82, 144, 217, 262, 647, 655, 659, 848, 896, 972 Berry, Alice Thornton Taylor, 82, 361, 647 Berry, Anna Shaler, 82, 888, 970, 972 Berry, Chuck, 327, 574 Berry, George W., 318 Berry, Halle, 498 Berry, James Thomas, 17, 79, 82, 83, 144, 257, 602, 848 Berry, Joseph, 223 Berry, Katherine, 460 Berry, Mary Fairfax, 223 Berry, Mary “Mollie,” 223 Berry, Robert K., 599 Berry, Ron, Rev., 40 Berry, Shaler, 201, 262, 846 Berry, Sophie, 879 Berry, Susannah, 223 Berry, Theodore “Ted” Moody, 82–83, 263, 492, 578, 741 Berry, Virginia Wise, 82 Berry, Washington, 82, 83, 128, 257, 639, 647, 652, 964 Berry, Wendell, 557, 603–4, 860, 985 Bershied, Paul, Rev., 778 Berte, Harry, 62 Bertelsman, Dorothy Gegan, 83 Bertelsman, Odis W., 83 Bertelsman, William Odis, 83–84, 232 Best, Charles L., 67 Best, Ruth, 268 Bethany Church of Christ, 84 Bethany Lutheran Church, 84–85, 571 Bethel, Dr., 827 Bethel, Paul L., 358 Bethel Baptist Church, 85, 421, 467, 595, 600, 638, 711 Bethel Church, 85 Bettman, Alfred, 816

Betts, Mary E. Wilson, 85, 557, 971 Betts, Morgan L., 85 Betts, William, 951 Bettys, S. H., 564, 633 Betz, Fred E., 55 Beucker, Ernst H., 127 Beverly, Grandville “Bill,” 136 Beverly, J. M., 497 Beverly, Mary Evelyn, 380 Beverly, Raymond “Bud,” 404 Beverly Hills Supper Club, 86–87, 842; Cleveland Syndicate, 200, 385; entertainers, 919; Fort Thomas Military Reservation, 362; gambling, 384; Kefauver Committee, 500; news coverage, 665; St. Luke Hospitals Inc., 788; Vincent, Larry, 917 Bezold, Ann Wolburn, 28 Bezold, Bob, 28 Bibb, Henry, 836 Bibb, Mary, 836 Bickers, Deborah, 454 Bickers, Uriah, 454 Bickley, William, 595 Biddle, F. Keith, Rev., 446 Biehler, Carl, 351, 352 Bierbower, Frederick, Col., 601, 645, 904 Bierbower, Jonathan, 601, 645, 904 Bierman, Earl, 791 Bierstadt, Albert, 320 big band music. See jazz music Bigbee, C. P. M., 226 Big Bone Lick: archaeology, 21, 35; Bracken, William, 109; buffalo traces, 128; Crawford, Ellis C., 248; fauna, 321; Ferguson, Bruce, 323; Friends of Big Bone, 373; Gist, Christopher, 719; glaciers, 404; Lewis and Clark, 545; Lloyd, John Uri, 560; visitors to, 919 Big Bone Methodist Church, 89 Bigelow, Herbert, Rev., 533 Bigstaff, Fenton Bean, 89 Bigstaff, Frank, 89 Bigstaff, Nazzie, 89 Bigstaff, Samuel, 19, 89, 228, 446, 447, 578, 823, 896 Billerman, Ida, 848 Billiart, St. Julie, 832 Billingsley, Stanley M., 162 Bingham, Barry, Sr., 613 Bingham, Robert, 951 Bingham, Roger, 415 Bird, Henry, Capt., 89, 128, 196, 208, 317, 425, 499, 706, 720, 754 birds, 321–22, 458–59 Bird’s War Road, 89–90, 208, 279, 317, 706, 720, 754 Birney, James G., 2, 4, 32, 33, 302 birth control, 52, 90 Bischoff, Myra, 169 Bischoff, Norbert, 439 Bischoff, Tommy, 169 Bishop, B., 426 Bishop, “Biddy,” 107 Bishop, Charles H., 443

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Bishop, John, Capt., 100 Bishop, Richard M., 628 Bishop, Thomas, Rev., 446 Bishop Brossart High School, 90–91, 790 Bismarck, Otto von, 809 Bjorkman, James, Rev., 785 Black, Brady F., 91, 359, 512, 556 Black, Edra Dailey, 91 Black, Fred Nixon, 91 Black, Isaac E., 91–92, 92, 371, 413, 552, 735–36 Black, Jack, 62 Black, J. W., 283 Black, Lester, 354 Black, Melissa Cornwell, 91 Black, Thomas, 866 Blackburn, Angeline, 718 Blackburn, Benjamin, 718 Blackburn, Gideon, 302, 429 Blackburn, James, 904 Blackburn, Jim, 63 Blackburn, Joseph, Rev., 217, 883 Blackburn, Kennedy, 718 Blackburn, Luke, 436 Blackburn, Robert, 218 Blackburn, Theodore, 418 Blackburn, William B., Rev., 91, 92, 335, 735–36 Blackman, George C., 113 Blackmore, Nancy Jordan, 89 Blackwell, James Shannon, 399 Bladen, Augustus, 312 Bladen, Edward G., 721 Blades, B. P., 425 Blades, J. M., 136 Blads, P. S., 425 Blain, Robert Clay, 855 Blaine, James G., 96, 593 Blair, Keith, 340 Blair, Roger P., 375 Blake, Ada L. Donnell, 92 Blake, Betty, 82, 92, 618, 970 Blake, Robert, 645 Blake, Stanley, 92 Blake, Toni, 92 Blakefield, Mark, 599 Blakely, John, 93, 177 Blakely, Laurie J., 92 Blakely, Lily Landrum, 92 Blakely, Stephens L., 30, 54, 92–93, 177, 276, 450, 897 Blanchard, John, 44, 46, 109 Blanchard, Pearl A., 533 Blanchard, Robert, 229 Blanchard, R. T., 229 Blanchet, 93 Blanchet, Caroline J. Marie Dupuy, 962 Blanchet, H. L. D., 93 Bland, F. P., 426 Blankenship, Norman, Rev., 9 Blanket Creek Baptist Church, 93 Blanton, W. S., 845 Blaschke, Gerald, 117 Blau, Edward, 928 Blauvelt, Lillian, 888 Blavatt, Bryan, 104 Blazer, Paul, 40

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Bledsoe, Janet, 383 Bledsoe, Margaret, 265 Bledsoe, William, 872 Bledsoe, Zack, 383 Blees, William, Rev., 93 Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 93, 260, 359 Blessing, J. V., 163 Blevins, Mike, 221 blind and visibly impaired, 93–94, 555, 630 blizzards and severe weather, 23, 94–95, 249, 383, 942–43 Bloch, Lucienne, 361 Block, Rachael, 735 Blondell, Joan, 650 Bloss, Floyd, 182 Bloss, George C., 308 Blott, Daniel, 646 Bluegrass, 856–57 bluegrass music, 95, 640 Blue Licks, 95–96, 99, 128, 548, 585, 597–98, 905; Battle of, 96, 206, 233, 403, 417, 503; Battlefield State Resort Park, 96–97, 223, 349 Bluemlein, Thomas “Tom,” 38, 97, 379 blues music, 97–98, 486, 640, 687 Blue Sox, 239, 768 Blumlein, J. R., 563 Blythe, Delos, 25 Blythe, Harry, 212 Blythe, Mary Ann, 446 Board, Martha, 592 boatyards, 98, 686 Bobb, John F., 915 Bobby Mackey’s Music World, 95, 98–99, 230, 957 Boberg, Joan M., 169 Bock, Charles, 280 Bockelman, Gary R., 181 Boden, Melvin, 39 Boden, Thelma, 39 Boehne, F., 551 Boehne, H., 551 Boerger, Mary Jo, 72 Boers, Edward W., 609 Boeswald, Charles, Rev., 227, 786 Boettcher, Fredrich, 784 Bogardus, Carl R., 99, 376, 380, 821, 932, 933 Bogardus, Jim, 933 Bogardus, Nancy Ballard, 99, 933 Bogardus, Owen Arthur, Jr., 933 Bogardus, Owen Arthur, Sr., 933 Bogardus, Sue McDarment, 99 Bogart, Humphrey, 469 Bogdanovich, Peter, 861 Bogenschutz, Charles, 282, 376, 481 Bogenschutz, Gerald, 959 Bogenschutz, Herman, 120 Boh, George, 255 Boh, John, 255 Bohanan, Mildred Ann, 374 Bohn, Frank, 605 Boke, Liwwat, 729 Bolan, P. J., 436 Boles, J. S., Rev., 985

Bolin, Patrick, 739 Boll, John H., 529, 796 Bolte, Richard, Rev., 227, 456 Boltz, Edward J., 969 Bonaparte, Napoleon, 132, 544, 703 Bond, Cecilia, 850 Bond, Hiram, 184 Bond, John, 159 Bond, Julia, 643 Bond, Ruth, 845 Bondeson, Helen, 924 Bondurant, James Robert, 690 Bonner, Milton J., 514 Boone, Daniel, 26, 53, 73, 87, 90, 96, 99–100, 100, 126, 139, 206, 362, 403, 404, 413, 416–17, 417, 467, 503, 549, 552, 585, 593, 595, 597, 610, 705, 712, 768, 919, 935, 938, 959 Boone, Edwin, 79 Boone, Elizabeth, 100, 416 Boone, Israel, 96, 99 Boone, Jacob, 100, 139, 552, 666 Boone, Jemima, 53 Boone, John, 417 Boone, Joseph D., Rev., 336 Boone, Joseph, II, 100 Boone, Nathan, 210 Boone, Ovid, 100 Boone, Rebecca, 100 Boone, Samuel, 417 Boone, Sarah Morgan, 126, 416 Boone, Squire, 126, 416, 417 Boone, Thomas, 100 Boone Block, 100–101, 406, 825 Boone Co., 100–102, 101; African Americans in, 7; Beaverlick, 72; Belleview, 76; Berkshire, 81; Bullittsburg, 130–31; Bullittsville, 131; Burlington, 134; Commissary Corner, 212; Constance, 223; East Bend, 290–91; Florence, 350–51; Francisville, 368; gristmills, 425; Gunpowder, 427; Hamilton, 430; Hebron, 438; High School, 66, 102–3, 134, 135, 221, 352, 353, 355; Hopeful Heights, 459; Idlewild, 473; Infirmary, 681; Jamboree, 104, 229, 640; Limaburg, 550–51; McVille, 606; Normansville, 667; Petersburg, 712–13; post offices, 726–27; Public Library, 103, 547; Public Schools, 224; Rabbit Hash, 742–43; railroad depots, 745; Richwood, 756–57; sawmills, 806; schools, 103–4; slavery, 837; Stringtown, 857; Taylorsport, 870; Underground Railroad, 899, 900–901; Union, 905–6; Verona, 911–12; Walton, 927–28; Water Rescue, 104–5 Boone Conservancy, 103 Boone Union Lodge No. 304, 906 Boorom, George W., 379 Booth, Amos, 62 Booth, Dora Lee, 277 Booth, Edwin, 198

Booth, Griffi n, 3, 24 Booth, Herbert, 351 Booth, John Wilkes, 635, 801 Booth, William, 105, 463, 799 Boothe, Leon, 612, 678, 679, 967 Booth Memorial Hospital, 70, 90, 105, 238, 314, 431, 463, 501, 589, 611, 755, 788, 799, 826, 831, 843, 927, 930, 972, 976 Boots, M. E. “Dude,” 404 Boott, Elizabeth, 286–87 Bopp, Ann, 510 Bopp, Harold, 38, 510 Borcherding, William, 798 Borders, Charlie, 753, 766 Bordwich, Fergus, 2 Borgelt, Anna, 783 Boschert, Joseph, Rev., 790 Boshers, Catherine, 542 Boshers, Clara Woods, 542 Boshers, John Pershing, 542 Bosse, Dan, 546 Bosse, Derek, 546 Bosse, Doug, 546 Boston Station, 105 Bostwick, Henry, 589 Boswell, Frederick C., 427 Boswell, Irene G., 427 Bottomely, Ann, 320 Botts, Francis, 390 Botwick, Monsita Ferrer, 204 Boucicault, Dion, 733 Boude, John, 44, 46 Boughner, Frank, 64 Bouldin, Carl, 63 Bouldin, Sallie, 176 Boulton, Bess, 382 Boulton, Warren P., 382 Bourdon, Edward, 167 Bourn, Barbara Ann, 799 Bourne, C. H., 698 Bourne, M. H., 698 Bouscaren, Helen, 106 Bouscaren, Lise Cecelia Segond, 106 Bouscaren, Louis Frederic Gustave, 93, 106, 172, 181, 431, 492, 654 Bowdy, William W., 669–70 Bowen, Bernice, 944 Bowen, Kenneth, Rev., 575 Bower, Stockton, 233 Bowie, David, 76 Bowler, Robert Bonner, 511 Bowling, Bradley, 915 Bowling, W. M., 191 Bowman, John, Col., 89, 284, 549 Bowman, J. W., 46 boxing, 25, 106–7, 361, 980. See also athletes/athletics Boyar, Chef John, 963 Boyar, Margaret, 963 Boyd, Bud, 951 Boyd, Charles “Charlie,” 107–8 Boyd, Charles, II, 108 Boyd, Eugene, 107 Boyd, Frank, 107 Boyd, Henry, 3 Boyd, John, 339 Boyd, Linn, 53

Boyd, Martha Donovan, 108 Boyd, Paula, 108 Boyd, Paul B., 263 Boyd, Ward, 107 Boyd Cattle Company, 107–8 Boyer, Albert, 50 Boylan, Elizabeth, 519 Boyle, Jeremiah T., Gen, 626 Boyle, Ralph “Buzz,” 493 Boynton, C. B., Rev., 4 Boys & Girls Club, 108, 439 Boy Scouts of America, 70, 108, 297, 435, 537, 755, 794 Bracht, 108 Bracht, F. B., Maj., 108 Bracken, William, 109 Bracken Association, 58 Bracken Co., 109–12, 110; African Americans in, 6; Augusta, 43–44; Baptist Church, 109; Berlin, 81; Brooksville, 121–22; Foster, 366; Germantown, 395–96; gristmills, 425; Johnsville, 495; Lenoxburg, 544; Milford, 619; Neave, 646; Needmore, 646; post offices, 727; Powersville, 732; Public Library, 112, 547; Public Schools, 112, 396; railroad depots, 745; sawmills, 806; Underground Railroad, 902–3 Braddock, Edward, Gen., 144, 372 Bradford, Alexander Jewell, 113–14 Bradford, Bill “Billy,” 8, 9, 112–13, 301 Bradford, Charles, 352 Bradford, Daniel, 224 Bradford, Elizabeth Johnson, 113 Bradford, John, 224, 302, 603, 752 Bradford, Jonathan J., 113 Bradford, Joshua Taylor, Col., 44–45, 113, 611, 903, 918 Bradford, Laban J. “Colonel,” 13, 111, 113–14, 953 Bradford, Nell Tully, 154 Bradford, Oscar, 814 Bradford, Sarah White, 112 Bradford, Thomas H., 112, 636 Bradford, T. S., 46 Bradford, William, 85, 113, 580, 904 Bradley, E. R., 538 Bradley, James, 32, 114, 549, 687, 836 Bradley, John R., 3 Bradley, Laura, 656, 659 Bradley, Phil, 382 Bradley, William H., 189 Bradley, William O., 127, 644, 926, 936 Bradstreet, Anne, 892 Brady, Buck, 329 Brady, Diamond Jim, 726 Brady, Ernest “Buck,” 98, 591 Brady, George, 266, 518 Brady, Jeff, 355 Brady, Mary Lillard, 534 Brady, Neal, 62 Brady, Robert A., 534

INDEX Brady, Susan, 534 Bragg, Braxton, Gen., 189, 190, 205, 313, 722, 979 Brahm, Norbert, 701 Bramham, Turner, 624 Bramkamp, John M., 737 Bramlage, Ben, 338 Bramlette, Thomas, 9, 10, 189, 593 Bramlette Baptist Church, 114 Branch, Wesley, 785 Brando, Marlin, 927 Brandt, Albert, 874 Brandt, August, 874 Brandt, Charles, 874 Brandt, Louise, 60 Brandt, Michael, 658 Branen, Joseph, 376 Brann, Andrew, 413, 541 Brashear, 114 Brashear, Henry C., Capt., 114 Bratton, 114 Bratton, Aaron H., 114 Bratton, George Washington “Wash,” 114, 766 Bratz, John, 890 Braun, Bob, 114–15, 329, 641, 866, 972, 982 Braun, David, 887 Braun, John, 114 Braun, Rob, 115 Braun, Thelma Hunnicutt, 114 Braun, Tom, 916 Braunstein, Cedora, 266 Brazee, H. P., Jr., 258 Brazier, George W., 2, 3, 252 Brean, Bessie E., 115 Brean, David, 38, 115 Brean, William L., Rev., 115 Breasted, Charles, 270 Breasted, James Henry, 270 Breathitt, Edward “Ned” T., Jr., 52, 245, 264, 599 Breathitt, John, 625 Breck, 115 Breck, Otto, 715 Breckel, Harry, Lt., 743 Breckinridge, James, 155 Breckinridge, John, 757 Breckinridge, John B., 219 Breckinridge, John C., Gen., 33, 125, 216, 303, 445, 629, 695, 751, 851, 862, 922, 958 Breckinridge, John Witherspoon, 862 Breckinridge, Robert J., Rev., 31, 302, 303, 733, 962 Breckinridge, Stephen, 593, 814 Breckinridge, W. C. P., 431 Breckinridge, William L., 31, 217, 303, 733 Brenner, David, 327 Brenner, John, 117 Brent, 115–16 Brent, Margaret Chambers, 574 Brent, Susan, 311 Brent Spence Bridge, 116, 208, 214, 234, 314, 848, 885 Breslin, Brenda A., 486 Bressler, Jerry, 755

Bressler, Ruth, 865 Bressler, Woodrow, 865 Brethren, Richard, 50 Brett, Joseph, 684 Brewer, Jackson, 938 Brewer, William J., 1st Lt., 915 brewing industry, 117; Bavarian Brewing Company, 67–68 Brewsbaugh, Rita Blevins, 92 Brewsbaugh, Talc, 92 Brewster, Robert, 119 Bricker, John, 811 Brickley, T. F., 150 Brickly, Laura, 522 bricks/brickyards, 118, 598, 614 bridges: Brent Spence Bridge, 116; Butler Covered Bridge, 137; Carroll Cropper Bridge, 156–57; Central Bridge, 172–73; Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Bridge, 175; Cincinnati Southern Railroad Bridge, 182; Combs-Hehl Bridge, 211; covered bridges in Mason Co., 232–33; Daniel Carter Beard Bridge, 256; Dover Covered Bridge, 279–80; Falmouth Suspension Bridge, 319; John A. Roebling Bridge, 490–91; Johnson Creek Covered Bridge, 494–95; L&N Bridge, 527; Newport and Covington Suspension Bridge, 653–54; pontoon bridges, 722–23; Shortway Bridge, 827; Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge, 830–31; Taylor-Southgate Bridge, 870; Walcott Covered Bridge, 923; William H. Harsha Bridge, 958 Briggs, David Barry, 338 Briggs, John, 525 Bright, Jesse David, 118, 118–19 Bright, Ralph, 699 Brighton Center, 34, 119, 458, 656, 799 Brightwell, Raymond, 399 Brightwell, Richard, 399 Brightwell, Tim, 814 Bringier, Nanine, 502 Brink, Jimmy, 133, 499, 563–64 Brink, Joseph, Rev., 455 Brink, Rita, 833 Brinker, Henry, 273 Brinker, Louis, Rev., 91 Brinker, Paul, Rev., 797 Brinkman, Bernie, 974 Brisbois, John, 376 Bristow, B. F., Rev., 934 Bristow, Julius L., 309 Britt, Harry, 525 Broaddus, R. F., Rev., 666 Broadnax, H. P., 625 Broberg, Mary, 159 Brock, James, 493, 553 Brock, J. J. G., 425 Brock, John, 979 Brock, Marla Wilson, Rev., 338 Brock, Ona, 934

Brock, Ron, 674 Broders, Laura, 434 Brodnick, Edward, 797 Broering, Mary Dolorita, 778 Brogan, Edward, 977 Bromley: Christian Church, 120–21; Kenton Co., 119–20; Owen Co., 120; pottery, 121, 246; Wastewater Treatment Plant, 804–5 Bromley, Al, 120 Bromley, Charles, 486 Bromley, Frank, 486 Bromley, Robert, 120 Bromley, Susannah, 121 Bromley, Thomas, 121 Bromley, Tonya, 352 Bromley, William, 38, 121 Bromley Christian Church, 120–21 Bronfield, Eleanor “Nora” Stephenson, 124 Brongniart, A. T., 470 Brooking, John R. S., 911 Brookings, John, 3, 899 Brooks, David, 111, 121 Brooks, Jared, 289 Brooks, Otis, 76 Brooks, Richard, 399 Brooks, Thomas, 100, 552 Brooksville, 121–22; Assembly of God, 122, 709; Christian Church, 122; Methodist Church, 122 Brooksville and Ohio Railroad, 109, 122, 175, 582, 746 Brophy, John, 266 Broshear, Tom, 109 Brossard, Catherine Dissel, 122 Brossart, Ferdinand, 65, 91, 122–23, 769, 778, 786, 790, 796, 798, 976 Brother Cosmas. See Wolf, Joannes “Brother Cosmas” Brothers, Betty, 123 Brothers, Darrell, 123 Brough, John, 512 Brown, Ada, 11 Brown, A. L., 505 Brown, Barry, 933 Brown, Beall Summons, 934 Brown, Benjamin Gratz, 418, 489 Brown, Bill, 167 Brown, Charles, 120 Brown, Charles S., 627 Brown, Clarissa “Clara” Harlowe, 131, 716, 859 Brown, Clint, 352 Brown, Craig M., 123, 556, 557 Brown, Daniel, 162, 607 Brown, Glenda Carole Wheeler, 123 Brown, Harry W., 514 Brown, Henry B., Jr., 11 Brown, Herbert “H. Rap,” 8, 704 Brown, James, 97, 810 Brown, J. H., 376 Brown, John, 2, 33, 121, 131, 215, 489, 859 Brown, John Mason, 418 Brown, John Y., III, 1

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Brown, John Y., Jr., 1, 152, 281, 406, 439, 504, 647, 676, 712, 716, 947 Brown, J. Sam, 398 Brown, Kathryn, 251 Brown, Knox, 170 Brown, Lewis G., Col., 9, 10 Brown, Margaret, 143, 885 Brown, Mary, 123 Brown, Melvin H., 635 Brown, Nathan, 3 Brown, Paris C., 123–24 Brown, Princie, 398 Brown, R. B., 934, 935 Brown, Robert J., Rev., 814 Brown, Sallie M., 935 Brown, Thomas, 468 Brown, Thomas L., 123 Brown, William, 215 Brown, William F., 793 Brown, William G., Rev., 819 Brown, William R., 247, 256 Browne, George Elmer, 603 Brownfield, Bruce E., 124, 358 Brownfield, Bruce O., 124 Brownfield, Harvey Alan, Sr., 124, 358 Brownfield, J. A., 806 Brownfield, Mildred “Millie” Edmonds, 124 Brownfield, Steve A., 124 Browning, Edward Perry, 124–25 Browning, Frank, 63 Browning, Joe, 396 Browning, John Nelson, 125 Browning, Laurance LeWright, Jr., 125 Browning, Laura Smith, 124 Browning, LeWright, 124 Browning, Louis Nulton, 125, 513 Browning, Pamela Kay, 66, 124, 124, 398 Browning, Robert E., 125 Browning, Samuel Pearce, 124, 125 Browning, Taylor, 124 Browning, Thomas Chenault, 125 Browning, Tom, 353 Browning Ferris Industries (BFI), 939 Browning Manufacturing, 124–25, 586, 596, 601 Browning Medical Arts Center, 125 Bruce, Charles, 125 Bruce, Eli Metcalf, 125, 188, 754, 967 Bruce, George Stubblefield, 125 Bruce, Henry, Jr., Col, 125–26, 822 Bruce, Henry, Sr., 125 Bruce, Jewel, 583 Bruce, Mary, 125 Bruce, Melissa, 845 Bruce, Sabina Metcalf, 125 Brueggemann, Ben, 68 Brueggemann, Bernard, 68 Brueggemann, Lawrence, 68 Brueggemann, Mary Ann, 68 Brumbach, J. H., 425 Brumback, Bob, 340 Brungs, Bernard, 168 Brush, John T., 63, 561 Brute, Simon, 532

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Bryan, Alex, 126, 926 Bryan, James William, 100, 126, 476, 685, 772–73 Bryan, Jane, 126, 926 Bryan, Mary Boone, 125, 417 Bryan, Nancy, 230 Bryan, Pearl, 98, 126–27, 144, 232, 248, 463, 647, 750, 925–26 Bryan, Samuel, 126, 417 Bryan, William, 126 Bryan, William Evermont, 444 Bryan, William Jennings, 800 Bryant, Billy, 418 Bryant, Helen, 177 Bryant, Hunter H., 675 Bryant, Paul “Bear,” 356, 615 Bryant, William, 270 Bryson, James W., 155 Bryson, Rodney G., 106, 295, 752 Bubbenhoffer, Emily, 445 Bubbenhoffer, Evelyn, 445 Buchanan, James, 441, 489, 751 Buchanan, Joseph, 800, 869 Buchtman, Ethel, 529 Buck, Jirah Dewey, 522 Buckner, Dorothy M., 160 Buckner, Etta, 766 Buckner, George, 251 Buckner, Hubbard T., 140, 309 Buckner, Philip, Capt., 43, 109, 109–11, 127, 368, 732 Buckner, Simon Bolivar, Gen., 190, 452, 878 Buckner, Simon G., 126 Buckner, Sophia, 309 Buckner, Thomas, 13, 140, 294, 307 Budd, Helen, 944 Budd, Ian, 659 Buddhists, 127 Budig, Otto M., Jr., 156 Budingen, Henry, 73 Budzek, Michelle, 945 Buecker, David, 127, 481 Buecker, Ernst H., 127 Buecker, Ernst, Sr., 127, 481 Buecker, Ernst V., 127 Buecker, Henry F., 127, 573 Buecker, Robert V., 127 Buecker Iron Works, 127, 481, 573 Buell, Don Carlos, Maj., 190, 191, 876 Buena Vista, 127–28, 656 Buenger, Ann, 108, 439 Buenger, Clem, 108, 439 Buffalo Traces, 56, 85, 95, 99, 121, 128, 283–84, 502, 539, 548, 585, 588, 597, 938 Buffi n, Arnold, 2, 4 Buffi ngton, George, Rev., 72 Buffi ngton Springs, 129 Buford, John, Maj. Gen., 194 Buhring, Anna Maria, 530 building: commercial, 129; residential, 129–30 building and loan association. See savings and loan associations Bull, Ole, 20 Bullitt, Thomas, Capt., 109, 130, 131

Bullittsburg, 130–31; Baptist Church, 57, 76, 130, 135, 368, 574, 867, 869 Bullittsville, 131; Christian Church, 131 Bullock, Anthony D., 100 Bullock, Garland, 379 Bullock, George, 131 Bullock, Mary Clayton, 198 Bullock, Nathaniel, 541 Bullock, William, 54, 131–32, 300, 469–70, 567, 949, 963 Bullock, W. R., 198 Bunge, Robert C. “Cap,” 855 Bunge, William, 865 Bungener, Elizabeth, 250 Bunning, Benedict, 833 Bunning, David Louis, 132, 232 Bunning, James Paul David “Jim,” 61–62, 132, 144, 220, 262, 567, 753 Bunning, Louis, 756 Bunning, Mary C. Theis, 132 Bunton, George, Rev., 340, 846 Bunton, J. G., 191 Burbank, Sidney, Lt. Col., 194 Burch, Judson Kerfoot, 206 Burch, Mildred James, 206 Burdett, Joy, 360 Burdett, Tony, 360 Burgess, Samuel H., Rev., 336, 961 Burgess, W. H., 184 Burhrman, Albert W., 514 Burkamp, William A., 752 Burke, Edward James, 733 Burke, Edward, Rev., 778 Burkett, Bill, 76 Burkhard, Wendeline, 761 Burkhart, Alex, 65 Burkley, Benjamin, 807 Burla, Ronald, 615 Burleigh, Emma Bertha Wittgen, 132 Burleigh, Joseph Charles, 132 Burleigh, William R. “Bill,” 132–33, 665 burlesque, 133–34 Burlin. See Berlin Burlington, 134; Baptist Church, 134–35; High School, 102, 135, 353, 354 Burman, Ben Lucien, 135, 490, 556, 557, 703, 821 Burman, Charlie, 840 Burnet, David G., 824 Burnet, Robert W., 194 Burnett, Carol, 202, 520 Burnett, David S., 932 Burnham, Edwin, 190 Burnham, John, 4 Burns, James K., 553 Burns, John, 42, 608 Burnside, Ambrose E., Maj. Gen., 194, 605, 626–27 Burr, Aaron, 801 Burr, Raymond, 71, 112, 384, 618 Burr, William, 175 Burress, Marjorie Byrnside, 859 Burris, Peter, 181

Burrows, G. W., 25 Burt, Jim, 355 Burt, John, 355 Burton, A. B., 801 Burton, Ardell Coleman, 135 Burton, George, 835 Burton, James R., 135 Burton, Lewis, 801 Burton, Matthew, 256 Burton, Nelson, 135–36, 487, 520, 641, 710 Burton, Ottoway, 378 Burton, Phillip, 391, 525 Burton, Sala, 525 Burton, Thomas, 893 Bury, Beverly, 146, 147 Busch, Gerard D., 788 Busemeyer, Henry A., 19 Bush, G. B., 359 Bush, George H. W., 748 Bush, George W., 263, 363, 614, 919 Bush, John S., 480, 949 Bush, Laura, 161, 743 Bush, Lydia A., 312 Bush, Martha, 718 Bush, Philip S., 480, 554, 668, 948, 949 Bush, Simeon, 718 Bush, Sylvia, 28 Bush, Tom, 28 Bushelman, Gloria, 749 Bushelman, Ted, 103, 313 Buskirk, Lawrence, 283 Butcher, John, 117, 956 Butler, 136; Covered Bridge, 136, 137; High School, 137–38, 627 Butler, Andrew P., 252 Butler, Bennie, 668 Butler, Beverly Dickerson, 138 Butler, Bill, 72, 365 Butler, Caroline, 156 Butler, Dorothy E. Schmied, 136 Butler, Eleanor Parker, 136 Butler, George T., 138 Butler, Mann, 935 Butler, Mildred Hawkins, 136, 137, 138 Butler, Milton, Jr., 120 Butler, Percival Pierce, Adj. Gen., 136, 137, 138, 499, 592, 725 Butler, Robert M., 72 Butler, Sarah A., 312 Butler, Simon, 503 Butler, Thomas, 136, 792 Butler, Thomas Langford, Maj., 138 Butler, Thomas R., Rev., 166, 776 Butler, W. D., 136 Butler, William, 122, 227 Butler, William Albert, 136 Butler, William Orlando, Gen., 25, 137, 138, 157, 161, 191, 216, 617, 706, 899, 931 Butler, William P., 227, 676 Butler Covered Bridge, 706 Butler High School, 708 Butler Ross, Tracey, 138 Butler-Turpin State Historic House, 138, 157, 391–92 Butterworth, Ben, 248

Butts, C., 523 Butts, John, 721 Butts, Marshal Clinton, 721 Byard, John M., 684 Byne, Edmund, 935 Byrd, Henry. See Bird, Henry, Capt. Byrd, Jerry, 230, 939 Byrd, L. A., 141–42 Byrd, Richard, 609 Byrne, Clement M., 557 Byrne, William A., 693 Byrns, Paddy, 624 Cabana, 411 Cabell, William, Gen., 609 Cable, Steve, Rev., 803 cable television, 139, 535 Cabot, Susan, 668 Caddy, Alice, 135 Cady, Jarvis Gladden, 139 Cady, Mary Louise Mitchell, 139, 557, 971 Cady, Walter, 338 Cagney, James, 469, 650 Cahill, Florence R., 59 Cahill, John, Rev., 251 Cain, Rodney “Biz,” 56, 139 Caintuckee Grill, 411 Caldwell, Alfred M., 139–40 Caldwell, Charles Herbert “Herb,” 140, 723 Caldwell, Dorothy, 959 Caldwell, Elizabeth Schlaegel, 139 Caldwell, G. W., 497 Caldwell, James, 497 Caldwell, Jesse, 140 Caldwell, John F., 270 Caldwell, Laura Belle Works, 140 Caldwell, Robert, 139 Caldwell, William, 96, 140 Caldwell Academy, 140, 698 Caldwell Station, 140 Caleb Manley House, 140–41, 307 Calendar, A. H., 497 California, 141; Christian Church, 141; Elementary and High School, 141 Call, Galen, 142 Call, John David, 739 Callahan, James “Jim,” 78, 679, 841 Callahan, Mary Grace, 243 Callahan, Robert E., 567 Callaway, Mary, 53 Callaway, Richard, 53 Callen, Jonathan, 141, 625 Callendar, Rebecca, 147 Callensville, 141 Callery, Butch, 48 Callot, General, 552 Calloway, Cab, 136 Calvary Baptist Church, 58, 141–42, 445, 536, 537 Calvary Christian School, 142 Calvert, Ann Notley, 454 Calvert, Archibald, 376 Calvert, C. C., 599 Calvert, Elizabeth Ewing, 142 Calvert, Frances Reed, 500 Calvert, Gerrard, 376

INDEX Calvert, James Williamson “J. W.,” 142, 627, 758 Calvert, T. B., 624 Calvert, Willis, 142 Calvin, John, 733 Cameron, Clarence, 553 Cameron, R. B., 533 Cameron, Wesley M., 722 Cammack, Allen Berriman, 142–43, 420 Cammack, Elizabeth Jane Franks, 143 Cammack, James W., Jr., 143, 356 Cammack, James W., Sr., 142, 143, 170, 262, 390, 418, 698 Cammack, Nell Allen, 142, 143 Cammack, William Butler, 143 Camnitz, Elizabeth, 143 Camnitz, Henry, 143 Camnitz, Samuel Howard “Howie,” 62, 143, 853 Campbell, Alexander, Rev., 4, 58, 109, 143–44, 162, 272, 337–38, 585, 594, 595, 633, 872, 937 Campbell, Barry, 810 Campbell, Bob, 351 Campbell, Edwin R., 517 Campbell, Emma, 667 Campbell, James C., 737 Campbell, Jane Corneigle, 143 Campbell, John, Col., 144, 148, 768 Campbell, John P., 938 Campbell, J. W., 130 Campbell, Mrs. T. J., 85 Campbell, Thomas, 143, 272, 337–38, 594, 627 Campbell, William, Capt., 71 Campbell, William Purcell, 514 Campbell Co., 144, 145; African Americans in, 6; Alexandria, 17; Aspen Grove/Sun Valley, 41; Baptist Association, 58; Bellevue, 77–78; Brent, 115–16; California, 141; Camp Springs, 149; Carthage, 164–65; Claryville, 197; Clifton, 200–201; Cold Spring, 207–8; Crestview, 249; Dayton, 257–58; Finchtown, 329; Flagg Springs, 344; Fort Thomas, 360–61; Grants Lick, 417; gristmills, 425; Gubser’s Mill, 426; High School, 16, 144–46, 147, 154, 197, 784, 844, 862; Highland Heights, 447; John Hill, 493; Melbourne, 612; Mentor, 614; Newport, 651–52; Oneonta, 691; Persimmon Grove, 711; post offices, 727; Protestant Orphans Home, 57, 107, 146, 200, 207, 784, 969; Public Library, 146–47, 547, 870; Public Schools, 147, 207, 228, 780, 974; railroad depots, 745; Ross, 771; sawmills, 806–7; Silver Grove, 828–29; Southgate, 842; turnpikes, 228, 896; Underground Railroad, 903; Wilder, 957; Woodlawn, 973–74

Campbell Lodge, 147–48, 321, 630 Campbell’s Blockhouse, 57, 148, 283, 416 Campbell Towers, 651 Camp Fire Girls, 71 Camp King, 148, 192, 195 Camp KYSOC, 148–49, 157, 488 Campo, Carlos, 202 Campo, Pupi, 202 Camp Springs, 149 Canady, Joseph, 541 Canady, Thomas, 541 Canby, 149 Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg, Brig. Gen., 1, 150, 290, 715 Canby, Elizabeth Piatt, 150 Canby, Israel T., 150, 290 cancer and cancer research, 150 Candee, George, 4 candy, 150–52, 546 Canfield, Victor, 630 Canida, Robert, 466 Cannon, Isaac, 938 Cannon, Robert, 821 Cantor, Eddie, 773 Cantrell, Jerry, Rev., 737 Cantrell, Joseph, Col., 888 Cantrill, James C., 218 Capito, John, Cpl., 977 Capone, Al, 499 Cappel, Anthony, 152 Cappel, Bill, 65 Cappel, J. J., Capt., 915 Cappel, Katherine Volphenheim, 152 Cappel, William F. “Bill,” 152 Caproni, Alfred, 152 Caproni, Lea, 152 Caproni, Leo, 152 Caproni’s Restaurant, 152, 687 Captain Jack (Modoc chief), 150 Carder, Frank, 425, 807 Cardinal Hill of Northern Kentucky, 148, 152–53 Carey, A. J., 782 Carey, Jim, 327 Carinci, August, 153 Carinci, Barbara, 153 Carinci, Mary Porreca, 153 Carinci, Peter Tito, 153, 153, 232, 385, 661, 748 Carius, Stella, 635 Carl, Al, 153 Carl, Harry, 508 Carl, H. K., Rev., 846 Carl, John, 38, 153–54 Carl, John W., 153 Carl, Joseph, 38, 153–54 Carl, Joseph G., 153 Carl, Paul, Sr., 153 Carl Brothers, 153–54, 167, 709 Carlin, Edward, 792 Carlisle, John Griffin, Col., 48, 81, 91, 100, 108, 154, 198, 217, 262, 269, 313, 379, 406, 436, 476, 505, 554, 647, 685, 711, 724, 770, 825, 975 Carlisle, Lilborn, 154 Carlisle, Mary Jane, 554

Carlisle, Mary Reynolds, 154 Carlisle, N. H., 684 Carlisle, Robert M., 509 Carlisle, Susan, 488 Carlisle, Wayne, 619 Carlock, Jacob, 846 Carlock, John, 846 Carlsbad Springs Hotel, 154, 155, 283 Carlson, Nancy Abner, 445 Carlton, James, 742 Carlton, Jonathan, 713 Carlton, Richard, 76 Carlton, Robert E., Lt., 699, 893 Carman, R. D., 500 Carmell, David, 46 Carmel Manor, 154–55, 361, 783 Carneal, Alice Davis, 155 Carneal, Richard, 386 Carneal, Sarah, 155, 300 Carneal, Thomas Davis, 4, 54, 132, 155, 155, 233, 290, 299–300, 386, 469–70, 505, 549, 567, 652, 720, 963 Carnegie, Andrew, 38, 244, 659–60 Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, 38, 156, 245, 293, 516 Carnes, Mary Allender, 18 Carnes, Robert A., 612 Carnes, W. N., 57 Carothers, Charles O., 156 Carothers, Elizabeth Abbott, 156 Carothers, Ralph G., 156 Carothers, Robert, 125, 156, 183 Carothers, Robert Barr, 156 Carothers, Thomas Patrick, 156 Carpenter, C., 184 Carpenter, Irmgard, 303, 304 Carpenter, Wilhelm, 394 Carpenter, William, Rev., 350, 438, 459 Carpenter, Woodrow, 303, 304 Carr, John, 2, 3, 255, 899 Carr, Leroy, 97 Carr, Nick, 65, 152 Carr, Thomas, 273 car racing, 516 Carraco, Thomas, 324 Carragher, Mary Gonzaga, 780 Carrell, George Aloysius, 122, 166, 199, 227, 473, 474, 522, 534, 769, 776, 777, 780, 781, 785, 786, 787, 790, 791, 840 Carrico, Philip N., 146, 147, 380, 547 Carrier, Ronald, 677 Carroll, Charles, 156, 157, 160 Carroll, Connor, 667 Carroll, Jerry, 351, 461, 516, 538, 894–95 Carroll, Julian M., 157, 576, 670, 677, 678, 853 Carroll, Mary E., 441 Carroll, Patty, 273 Carroll, Robert deValcourt, 177 Carroll, Ruth, 314 Carroll, Susan, 419 Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, 157, 576, 950

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Carroll Co., 157–59; African Americans in, 7; Carrollton, 160–61; Civil War, 189–91; English, 304–5; Ghent, 397–98; gristmills, 425; High School, 159, 164, 488; Hunter’s Bottom, 468; Locust, 562; Memorial Hospital Inc., 149, 159, 463; post offices, 727; Prestonville, 734–35; Public Library, 159–60, 163, 547, 800; Public Schools, 160; railroad depots, 745; Sanders, 800; sawmills, 807; Underground Railroad, 899, 899–900; Worthville, 978 Carroll Cropper Bridge, 156–57, 208, 251, 315, 686 Carrollton, 160–61; bus crash, 161–62; Christian Church, 162; English Station, 304–5; First Baptist Church, 162–63, 232; Furniture Manufacturing Company, 161, 163, 376; High School, 159, 163–64, 304, 380, 563, 735, 802; newspapers, 164; St. Joseph Catholic Church, 90; United Methodist Church, 164; Woolen Mills, 974 Carrollton and Worthville Railroad, 7, 157, 161, 746, 978 Carsner, Casper, 499 Carson, C. E., Rev., 60 Carson, Charles, 737 Carter, Burl N., 164, 416 Carter, Charles D., Rev., 76, 537 Carter, D. C., Rev., 792 Carter, Ephraim, 251 Carter, James, 529 Carter, Jimmy, 83, 180, 239, 261, 748 Carter, John, 3, 24 Carter, Julia H., 150 Carter, June, 257 Carter, J. W., Rev., 962 Carter, Lynda, 298 Carter, Moses, 757 Carter, Rosalyn, 762 Carter, Thomas, Col., 70, 807 Carter, Virgil, 25 Carter, Warren, 743 Carter, William, 897 Carter, Will “Red Brush,” 261 Carter’s Chapel, 164 Cartersville, 164 Carthage, 164–65 Cartmell, Harriet H., 165, 213, 460, 712, 970 Cartmell, R. B., 802 Cartmell, William, 165 Cartwright, Peter, 616, 962 Carvolth, R. Arthur, 788 Casanova, Angela, 171 Case, R. Larue, 263 Case, Rueben, 807 Casey, E. N., 684 Casey, James B., 63 Casey, James H., 165 Casey, John B., 56, 249, 509, 589, 668 Casey, Leo B., Rev., 791

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Casey, William, 3 Cason, Louis, 824 Cass, Lewis, 137, 157, 765 Cassady, Neal, 603 Cassander, William, Rev., 775, 777 Cassidy, Ira Diamond Gerald, 38, 165 Cassidy, James, 516–17 Cassidy, Suzanne, 971 Castellini, Robert, 891 Castleman, Ben S., 410 Castleman, John, 404 Casto, William T., 165, 284, 595 Casto-Metcalfe Duel, 165, 284, 595 Casullo, Margie, 536 Casullo, Nick, 536 Catawaba, 165–66 Catchen, Don, 374 Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, 37, 55, 60, 122, 153, 166–67, 234, 241, 251, 256, 266, 278, 282, 292, 303, 323, 395, 479, 532, 533, 534, 545, 569, 576, 630, 641, 692, 718, 769, 775, 783, 786, 808, 855, 858, 875; choral music, 167–69 Catherine of Aragon, 307 Catholic Social Service Bureau, 41 Caudill, Bertha, 28 Caudill, Scott, 415 Cauthen, Ronald “Tex,” 169 Cauthen, Steven Mark, 169–70, 367, 812, 890 Cavanaugh, Elmer, 25 Cave Johnson House, 170 Cavelier La Salle, René-Robert, 257 Cawein, Madison, 454 Caywood, James A., 274, 367 Cease, Sonny, 162 Cedar Grove College, 170, 418 Cedar Hill, 170 Celeron, Pierre. See de Bienville, Pierre-Joseph Céloron Cellarius, C. F., 700 cemeteries: Cherry Grove Cemetery, 174–75; Evergreen Cemetery, 313; Forest Lawn Cemetery, 356–57; Highland Cemetery, 446; Hillcrest Cemetery, 448; Linden Grove Cemetery, 554; Mother of God Cemetery, 631; rural, 170–71; St. John Cemetery, 783; St. Mary Cemetery, 789–90; St. Stephen Cemetery, 796; Williamstown Municipal Cemetery, 962 Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington, 34, 171, 890 Center for Ohio River Research and Education, 172, 223, 687, 877 Central Bridge, 94, 106, 172–73, 346, 427, 443, 527, 647, 651, 870, 960 Centro de Amistad, 173, 535 Ceramic Coating Company (CCC), 303–4 Chadwick, Nancy Henry, 156 Chait, Melanie, 274 Challen, James, 337

Chamberlain, Price, 398 chamber of commerce. See Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Chambers, A. B., 191 Chambers, Alfred, 425 Chambers, Charles, 173 Chambers, H. T., 934 Chambers, James, 173 Chambers, John, Maj., 32, 173, 173, 216, 229, 936 Chambers, Joseph, 242, 425 Chambers, M. M., 676 Chambers, Robert, 762. See also Robert Chambers House Chambers, Vactor Tousey, 173 Chamblin, B. W., 627 Chance, Frank, 853 Chancellor, John, 202 Chandler, A. B. “Happy,” 8, 40, 66, 143, 272, 297, 299, 384, 412, 490, 499, 504, 519, 520, 559, 620, 697, 719, 744, 889, 968 Chandler, Louise, 390 Chandler, Zachariah, 252 Channing, Carol, 748 Chapin, Grant, 178 Chapin Edward Young, 713 Chaplin, W. H., 551 Chapman, Paula, 502, 841 Chapman, Robert, 772 Chapman, Stephen, 502, 841 Chapman, Virgil, 218, 219 Charisse, Cyd, 719, 748 charities: Action Ministries, 5; Baker-Hunt Foundation, 53–54; BAWAC Inc., 68–69; Be Concerned Inc., 72; Boone Conservancy, 103; Boys & Girls Club, 108; Brighton Center, 119; Cardinal Hill of Northern Kentucky, 152–53; Catholic Charities, 169; Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington, 171; Centro de Amistad, 173; Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky, 176–77; Children’s Law Center Inc., 177; Comprehend Inc., 213; Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home, 270–71; Family Nurturing Center, 320; Forward Quest Inc., 365–66; Friends of Big Bone, 373; Goodwill Industries, 409–10; Healthpoint Family Care, 437; historical societies, 449–50; homeless centers, 458; Hosea House, 462; Kentucky Consumer Advocate Network, 512; Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, 543–44; Lloyd’s Welfare House, 562; Maplewood Children’s Home, 579; Northern Kentucky Area Development District, 668–69; Northern Kentucky Right to Life, 675; Ohio River Way Inc., 689; Parish Kitchen, 699; The Point/Arc of Northern

Kentucky, 720–21; Ralph W. Beiting, 75; Recovery Network, 749; Salvation Army, 799–800; Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 840–41; Southbank Partners, 841–42; United Ministries of Northern Kentucky, 906–7; Welcome House of Northern Kentucky, 945–46. See also civic associations Charles, Laura, 238 Charles, Ray, 670 Chase, Bill, 810 Chase, Charles C., 752 Chase, Maurice, 490, 863 Chase, Salmon P., 4, 32, 84, 174, 387, 435, 910. See also Chase College of Law Chase, Silas, Rev., 4 Chase, William Merritt, 29 Chase College of Law, 25, 173–74, 439, 569, 621, 670, 677, 750, 809, 823, 965, 982 Chasse, John, Rev., 16 Chatfield, William, 897 Chatman, George, 985 Chausson, Ernest, 983 Chelf, Frank, 219 Chenault, Carlisle, 125 Chennault, Claire, Maj. Gen., 12 Cherry Grove, 174; Cemetery, 174–75 Chertock, Michael, 517 Chertoff, Michael, 535 Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 19, 24, 47, 80, 89, 94, 109, 122, 141, 144, 175, 176, 228, 234, 252, 258, 278, 279, 288, 291, 361, 384, 482, 511, 528, 545, 565, 566, 582, 597, 598, 601, 614, 745, 806, 821, 829, 831, 847, 849, 854, 871, 882, 887, 922, 950 Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Bridge, 13, 175, 346, 423, 511, 609, 686, 745, 779 Chessie System, 175, 176, 222, 252, 527, 566, 746 Chevalier, America, 176 Chevalier, Elizabeth Pickett, 176, 556, 557, 621, 667, 691, 971 Chevalier, Maurice, 615 Chevalier, Stuart M., 176 Chiang Kai-shek, Generalissimo, 12 Chiang Kai-shek, Madam, 176 Chidlaw, Paul, 97 Child, George, 934 Childers, G., 283 Childers, Henry, 283 Childers, Joseph, 283 Childers, Major, 283 Childers, Robert, Sr., 690 Childers, Thomas, 283 Children Inc., 167, 176 Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky, 176–77, 431, 438, 589, 826, 828, 930 Children’s Law Center Inc., 177 Childress, Sativa B., 309 Chilton, Levi, 232 Chilton, T. C., 304

Chinese Exclusion Act (1882), 40 Chipman, N. B., 827 Choi, Heesoon, 127 Christian, William, 87 Christian Appalachian Project, 75 Christoph, Aegidius, Rev., 777, 787 Christopher Gist Historical Society, 93, 177–78, 450, 605, 763, 892, 930 Christy, Edwin P., 366 Christy, Robert, 868 Christy, Samuel, 18 churches BAPTIST CHURCHES, 57–59; Augusta Baptist Church, 44; Belleview Baptist Church, 76–77; Bethel Baptist Church, 85; Blanket Creek Baptist Church, 93; Bracken Baptist Church, 109; Bramlette Baptist Church, 114; Bullittsburg Baptist Church, 130; Burlington Baptist Church, 134–35; Calvary Baptist Church, 141–42; Carrollton First Baptist Church, 162–63; Concord Baptist Church, 214; Corinthian Baptist Church, 226; Cove Hill Baptist Church, 232; Dry Ridge Baptist Church, 283; English Baptist Church, 305; Erlanger Baptist Church, 309; Falmouth Baptist Church, 318; First Baptist Church of Alexandria, 333; First Baptist Church of Bellevue, 334; First Baptist Church of Cold Spring, 334; First Baptist Church of Covington, 334; First Baptist Church of Covington (African American), 335; First Baptist Church of Dayton, 335; First Baptist Church of Fort Thomas, 336; First Baptist Church of Ludlow, 336; First Baptist Church of Maysville, 336; First Baptist Church of Newport, 336–37; First Twelve Mile Baptist Church, 339–40; Flagg Springs Baptist Church, 344; Florence Baptist Church, 351–52; Forks of Gunpowder Baptist Church, 357; Fort Mitchell Baptist Church, 359–60; Ghent Baptist Church, 398–99; Glencoe Baptist Church, 404–5; Gum Lick Baptist Church, 427; Harris Creek Baptist Church, 433–34; Highland Ave. Baptist Tabernacle, 445; Jordan Baptist Church, 497; Kenton Baptist Church, 504; Latonia Baptist Church, 536–37; Madison Ave. Baptist Church, 574–75; Monterey Baptist Church, 624; Mount Hermon

INDEX Baptist Church, 632–33; Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 633; New Bethel Baptist Church, 648; New Liberty Baptist Church, 650; Oak Island Baptist Church, 684; Oak Ridge Baptist Church, 684–85; Oakland Baptist Church, 684; Old Baptist Church on the Dry Ridge, 690; Old Cedar Baptist Church, 690; Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 718; Sand Run Baptist Church, 803; Second Baptist Church of Newport, 814–15; Second Twelve Mile Baptist Church, 815; Ten Mile Baptist Church, 872; Turner Ridge Baptist Church, 895–96; Unity Baptist Church, 907; Warsaw Baptist Church, 932; Washington Baptist Church, 937; White’s Run Baptist Church, 953–54; Williamstown Baptist Church, 961; Willow Creek Baptist Church, 963; Wilmington Baptist Church, 964–65; Worthville Baptist Church, 979; Zion Baptist Church, 985 CATHOLIC CHURCHES: All Saints Catholic Church, 18–19; Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, 41–42; Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 93; Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, 166–67; Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 227; Holy Cross Catholic Church, 455; Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 456; Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Newport, 473; Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Stepstone, 474; Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, 583; Mother of God Catholic Church, 630–31; Our Savior Catholic Church, 694; Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 775; St. Agnes Catholic Church, 775; St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 775–76; St. Anthony Catholic Church, 776; St. Augustine Catholic Church of Augusta, 776; St. Augustine Catholic Church of Covington, 777; St. Benedict Catholic Church, 777; St. Bernard Catholic Church, 777–78; St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 778; St. Cecilia Catholic Church, 778; St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 780; St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 781; St. Henry Catholic Church, 781; St. James Catholic

Church, 782; St. John Catholic Church, 783; St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 784–85; St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church of Carrollton, 785–86; St. Joseph Catholic Church of Camp Springs, 786; St. Joseph Catholic Church of Cold Spring, 787; St. Joseph Catholic Church of Covington, 787; St. Joseph Catholic Church of Crescent Springs, 787; St. Joseph Catholic Church of Warsaw, 787–88; St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 790; St. Paul Catholic Church, 792; St. Philip Catholic Church, 795; St. Pius X Catholic Church, 795–96; Saints Boniface and James Catholic Church, 796; St. Therese Catholic Church, 796–97; St. Thomas Catholic Church, 797; St. Timothy Catholic Church, 797; St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church of Newport, 798; St. William Catholic Church, 798 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES (including DISCIPLES and UCC): Augusta Christian Church, 44; Bromley Christian Church, 120–21; Brooksville Christian Church, 122; Bullittsville Christian Church, 131; California Christian Church, 141; Carrollton Christian Church, 162; Disciples of Christ, 271–72; First Christian Church of Covington, 337; First Christian Church of Maysville, 337–38; Florence Christian Church, 352; Flour Creek Christian Church, 353–54; Germantown Christian Church, 396; Grace United Church of Christ, 411; Grassy Creek Christian Church, 418; Immanuel United Church of Christ, 474–75; Lakeside Christian Church, 530–31; Latonia Christian Church, 537; Madison Ave. Christian Church, 575; Mayslick Christian Church, 594; Mount Olivet Christian Church, 633–34; Oakland Christian Church, 684; Roanoke Christian Church, 762; St. John United Church of Christ, 786; St. John’s United Church of Christ, 784; St. Paul Christian Church, 792–93; St. Paul United

Church of Christ of Dayton, 794; St. Paul United Church of Christ of Fort Thomas, 794; St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 793–94; United Church of Christ, 906; Walton Christian Church, 929; Warsaw Christian Church, 932–33 EPISCOPALIAN CHURCHES: Church of the Nativity, Maysville (Episcopal), 645–46; St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 776; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 793; Trinity Episcopal Church, 889–90 LUTHERAN CHURCHES: Bethany Lutheran Church, 84–85; Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 405; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 409; Hebron Lutheran Church, 438–39; Hopeful Lutheran Church, 459; Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 737; St. John Lutheran Church, 783–84; St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church, 788; St. Mark Lutheran Church, 789; St. Paul Lutheran Church, 793; St. Peter Lutheran Church, 794–95; Trinity Lutheran Church, 890 METHODIST CHURCHES: Asbury United Methodist Church, 39–40; Augusta Trinity United Methodist Church, 47; Barnes Temple A.M.E. Church, 59–60; Big Bone Methodist Church, 89; Brooksville Methodist Church, 122; Carrollton United Methodist Church, 164; Carter’s Chapel, 164; Concord Methodist Church, 214; Drury Chapel Methodist Church, 282–83; East Bend Methodist Church, 291; Erlanger Methodist Church, 310–11; Falmouth Methodist Church, 319; First United Methodist Church of Covington, 340; Foster’s Chapel United Methodist Church, 367; Grace United Methodist Church, 412; Highland United Methodist Church, 447–48; Immanuel United Methodist Church, 475; Main St. United Methodist Church, 577; Minerva United Methodist Church, 621; Mount Olivet Methodist Churches, 634; Mount Zion Methodist Church, 636; Ninth St. Methodist Episcopal Church, 666–67; Ninth St. United Methodist Church, 667; St.

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Paul African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 791–92; Salem United Methodist Church, 798–99; Scott United Methodist Church, 813; Second Methodist Church, 815; Southgate United Methodist Church, 846; Tower United Methodist Church, 883; Warsaw Methodist Church, 934; Washington United Methodist Church, 938; Wesley Chapel Methodist Church, 946; Wesley United Methodist Church, 946–47; Williamstown United Methodist Church, 962 OTHER CHURCHES: Answers in Genesis—USA, 29; Augusta Church of the Nazarene, 44; Bethany Church of Christ, 84; Bethel Church, 85; Brooksville Assembly of God, 122; Highland Ave. Wesleyan Church, 445–46; St. John’s Community Church, 784; St. John the Evangelist Anglican Catholic Church, 785 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES: Augusta Presbyterian Church, 47; Community of Faith Presbyterian Church, 213; First Presbyterian Church of Maysville, 339; First Presbyterian Church of Newport, 339; Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 531; Lebanon Presbyterian Church, 541; Sharon Presbyterian Church, 822; Washington Presbyterian Church, 938 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 178, 800 Church of the Nativity, 307, 645–46 Ciafardini, Alma Wolfzorn, 977 Ciafardini, Philip G., 662 Ciangetti, Paul, Rev., 474 Ciarlo, Charles M., 752 Cicognani, Amleto Giovanni, Most Rev., 876 Cincinnati, Newport, and Covington Railway Company (CN&C), 422–23 Cincinnati Advertiser, 664 Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad, 178–79, 234, 280, 842 Cincinnati Enquirer, 749 Cincinnati Inquisitor, 664 Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, 15, 21, 23, 50, 50–51, 129, 156, 179–81, 210–11, 223, 249, 259, 309, 329, 351, 353, 359, 360, 383, 423, 438, 457, 474, 507, 513, 680, 721, 759, 848, 886, 892, 919; chaplaincy program, 674

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Cincinnati Post, 664–65, 715 Cincinnati Reds, 61–64, 69, 143, 152, 202, 239, 247, 352, 354, 388, 391, 410, 421, 445, 484, 493, 505, 561, 678, 715, 739, 744, 852, 866, 872, 895, 917, 968, 985 Cincinnati Southern Railroad, 63, 93, 106, 108, 174, 181–82, 249, 284, 308, 350, 379, 470, 507, 530, 565, 566, 567, 583, 667, 745, 746, 757, 831, 842, 879, 928; Bridge, 182, 608, 686, 761; yard, 182, 567 Cinema X, 134, 182–83, 637, 661–62 circuses, 183, 277, 428 Citigroup, 183–84, 582 Citizen Advocacy Program of Northern Kentucky, 721 Citizens National Bank, 184, 273, 966 Citizens Patriotic League, 975–76 City Market House, 184 city markets, 184–85 civic associations, 185–86, 212; Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 477; Knights of Columbus, 522–23; Lions Clubs, 555; Masons, 589–92; Newport Citizens Advisory Council, 656; Newport Political Action Committee, 659; Newport reform groups, 660–61; Nomads, 667; Northern Kentucky Area Development District, 668–69; Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, 671; rotary clubs, 771–72; YMCA, 982–83. See also charities civil defense, 186, 347, 457 civil rights movement, 8, 186, 187–88, 637, 704, 711–12, 817, 825, 970 Civil War, 188–89; African Americans in, 6, 9–10, 148; Augusta Civil War Raid, 44–45; Battery Hooper, 67; Battle of Falmouth, 318; Beard, James Henry, 70; Bigstaff, Samuel, 89; Blakely, Stephens L., 92–93; Bracken Co., 111; Bruce, Eli Metcalf, 125; Canby, Edward Richard, 150; Carroll Co., 189–91; Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 175; confederate recruiting in Owen Co., 214; Covington, 234; fortifications, 148, 189, 192–94, 359, 493, 507, 842, 954; Gallatin Co., 191–92; Germantown, 395–96; Gex Landing Incident, 396–97; Ghent, 398; Gibson Greeting Cards Inc., 400; Helm, Charles John, 441; Hemingray, Robert, 441; hospitals, 184–85, 195, 463; in Maysville, 595; John A. Roebling Bridge, 491; Morgan,

John Hunt, 625–27; Newport Barracks, 655; organizations, 195; pontoon bridges, 722–23; Snow’s Pond, 839; veteran memorials and monuments, 913; Wade, Richard M., 922; Williamstown, 961; Withers Family, 966; Wright, Horatio G., 979 Clabes, Gene, 195, 665, 749, 823 Clabes, Jake, 195 Clabes, Joe, 195 Clabes, Judy Grisham, 195, 270, 513, 514, 556, 665, 672, 749, 970 Clair, Anthony, 195 Clair, Eva Wilson, 195 Clair, Matthew Wesley, 195–96 Clair, Matthew Wesley, Jr., 196 Clair, Ollie Green, 195 Clair, Rich, 760 Clapton, Eric, 574 Clarence, Ezra, 140 Clark, A., 150 Clark, Amy, 3 Clark, Andrew W., 212, 510, 674 Clark, Ann Rogers, 196, 545 Clark, A. S., 849 Clark, Bob, 62 Clark, Christopher, 859 Clark, Clarabelle Vest, 196 Clark, Daniel S., 624 Clark, David, 975 Clark, Davis W., 340 Clark, Dick, 115 Clark, Doris Vest, Capt., 196, 779, 962 Clark, George C., Rev., 7, 737 Clark, George Rogers, Gen., 79, 88, 90, 96, 100, 196, 233, 368, 452, 503, 505, 545, 549, 583, 588, 593, 720, 725, 754, 768, 842, 849, 919 Clark, James, 587 Clark, James, Capt., 846 Clark, James M., 170 Clark, J. H., Rev., 791 Clark, J. M., 698 Clark, John (Father of William Clark), 545 Clark, John P., 25 Clark, John, Rev., 196, 899 Clark, John W., 226, 427 Clark, Mamo, 939 Clark, Mark, Gen., 10, 522 Clark, Melvin, 27 Clark, Paul B., 575 Clark, Royal, 846 Clark, Russell, 177, 404 Clark, Sarah Bryan, 174, 196 Clark, Thomas, 174 Clark, Thomas D., 700 Clark, Thomas, Jr., 174 Clark, Thomas Webb, 196, 962 Clark, T. L., 288 Clark, William, 35, 88, 210, 264, 545–46, 585, 654, 897, 919. See also Lewis and Clark in Northern Kentucky Clarke, Asahel Rawlings, 196 Clarke, Cary L., 452

Clarke, Charles E., 406 Clarke, Charles P., 951 Clarke, Ernest Swope, 196–97 Clarke, John, 197 Clarke, John Blades, 197, 217 Clarke, John, Rev., 4, 901 Clarke, Laura Vimont, 860 Clarke, Mary Blades, 197 Clarkson, James B., 668 Clarkson, Peter, 298 Clarkson, Thomas, 31, 302 Clark Warnick House, 934 Claryville, 197 Clausen, Carl, 794 Claxon, Joseph Lucas, Jr., 197 Claxon, Joseph Lucas, Sr., 197 Claxon, Mary Kemper, 197 Clay, Alley, 814 Clay, Cassius M., 2, 3, 4, 31, 33, 73, 107, 209, 302, 303, 323, 595, 752, 756, 972 Clay, Charles Thomas, 164 Clay, Henry, 31, 38, 61, 70, 73, 88, 157, 209, 252, 253, 284, 288, 290, 294, 303, 317, 378, 386, 397, 489, 523, 543, 585, 593, 595, 598, 599, 600, 601–2, 625, 715, 735, 801, 841, 843, 869, 888, 892, 920, 952, 974 Clay, John, Capt., 164 Clay, Laura, 559, 888, 972 Clay, Samuel, 421 Claypool, James C. “Jim,” 355, 677, 678 Clayton, A. B., 979 Clayton, B. C., 902 Clayton, John W., 198 Clayton, Richard, 197–98, 502, 841 Clayton-Bullock House, 198 Cleary, Edwin, 198 Cleary, Walter W., 100, 198, 198, 262, 461, 479, 825 Cleaveland, Charles, 7 Cleek, Attila, 379 Cleek, Robert F., 379 Clemens, Samuel, 53, 70, 198–99, 437, 556, 857 Clement, E. M., 493 Clements, T. J., 684 Clements Earle, 520 Clemons, Angeline, 81 Clemons, Carey, 668 Cleri, Regina, 155 Clermont, L. G., 635 Cleveland, Charles Holmes, 199 Cleveland, George P., 199 Cleveland, George Putnam, 199 Cleveland, Grover, 154, 161, 162, 462, 570, 711 Cleveland, Henrietta Esther Scott, 199, 368, 577, 778, 970 Cleveland, Joseph, 254 Cleveland Syndicate, 98, 199–200, 212, 385, 499, 590–91, 661 Clevenger, Shubael, 294 Cleves, Bill, Rev., 365 Cleves, Charles, 304 Cleves, William F., Rev., 877 Clifford, Amos, 826

Clifford, Benjamin, Jr., 229, 974 Clifford, Camilla, 826 Clift, Charles L., 200 Clift, Garrett Glenn, 200, 556 Clift, Mary Ethel Tomlin, 200 Clifton, 200–201, 656 Clifton, Dennis, 159 climate, 941–43 Cline, Betty, 201 Cline, John, 361 Cline, Thomas E., 201 Cline, Thomas H., Col., 201, 976 Cline, Vivian Schwartz, 201 Clinkscales, Ann Blanchett, 961 Clinkscales, F. M., 961 Clinkscales, Frances Rae, 850–51 Clinton, Hillary, 919 Clinton, William Jefferson, 23, 132, 263, 371, 542, 730, 748, 919 Cloak, John, 390 Clooney, Ada, 202 Clooney, Andrew, 201, 203 Clooney, Betty, 201–2, 203, 204, 479, 641, 872, 970 Clooney, Frances Guilfoyle, 201, 203 Clooney, George Timothy, 46, 95, 201, 202–3, 204, 329, 479, 888 Clooney, Nicholas Joseph “Nick,” 44, 98, 115, 201, 202, 203, 257, 263, 479, 556, 557, 596, 641, 665, 866, 872, 941, 951, 972 Clooney, Nina Warren, 202, 203 Clooney, Rosemary “Rosie,” 44, 47, 201, 201–2, 203–4, 329, 371, 479, 487, 586, 596, 600, 601, 637, 640–41, 770, 773, 872, 888, 920, 970, 972. See also Rosemary Clooney House Clore, Jonas House, 76 Clore, Michael, 76 Clore, Roy, 934 Clore, Samuel, 934 Closson, Alice, 568 Closson, Asa Burton, Jr., 204, 213, 841 Closson, Asa Burton, Sr., 204, 213, 502 Closson, Carolyn Taylor, 204 Closson, Henry, 204 Closson, Walter, 204 coal companies, 205 Coates, William, 380 Cobb, Alfred, 20, 205, 556, 695, 907 Cobb, Henry Ives, 924 Cobb, Irvin S., 578 Cobb, James L., 658 Cobb, Mary Elizabeth, 239, 969 Cobb, Ty, 239 Coburn, Joe, 106 Coburn, John, 205–6, 368 Coburn, O. W., 162 Cochran, Andrew McConnell January, 206 Cochran, Harriett January, 206, 486 Cochran, Jane Hill Burch, 38, 206 Cochran, John C., 595

INDEX Cochran, Melville Augustus, Col., 296, 361, 362, 655 Cochran, Ray A., 512 Cochran, Robert, 206 Cochran, Robert A., 975 Cochran, Robert, Jr., 486 Cochran, Velma, 159 Cochran, William D., 541 Cocquard, Leon, 241 Cody, Buffalo Bill, 278, 596, 609 Cody, R. J., 311 Cody, Thomas R., Col., 140, 308, 356 Cody, Tom, 411 Coers, Morris, 386 Coffee, Jackson, 390 Coffey, Thomas, 877 Coffi n, Catherine, 4 Coffi n, Levi, 4, 32, 902, 904 Coff man, Chuck, 28 Cofl in, S. W., 98 Coggeshall, William, 85 Coghill, Ruth Bet, 979 Cohan, George M., 133 Cohen, Dan, 206 Cohen, Sandy, 390 Cohen Shoe Stores, 206–7, 924 Cohn, Morris, 490 Coke, Thomas, 616 Colby, Carl, 469 Colby, William, 715 Colcord, J. H., 448 Colcord, J. N., Sr., 718 Colcord, Samuel, 718 Coldiron, Blanche, 95, 207, 640, 970 Coldiron, Earl, 207 Cold Spring, 207–8 Cold War, 208 Cole, Clara, 156 Cole, Natalie, 469 Cole, Nat King, 136, 487, 710 Coleman, Augustus T., 299 Coleman, Bill, 487 Coleman, Bob, 97 Coleman, David, 208 Coleman, John, 208 Coleman, J. Winston, 539 Coleman, Mary C., 208 Coleman, Nicholas D., 215 Coleman, Richard, 572, 595, 817 Coleman, Robert, 960 Coleman, Thomas, Rev., 782, 797 Coleman, Walter, 97 Coleman, W. W., 849 Coleman’s Springs, 208–9 Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel, 953 Coley, Joseph, 483 Colker, Abe, 844 colleges and universities: Augusta College, 45–46; Cedar Grove College, 170; Chase College of Law, 173–74; Concord College, 214; Gateway Community and Technical College, 388–89; Ghent College, 399; Harrisburgh Academy/Owen College, 433; Jefferson Community and Technical College, 487–88; Maysville

Community and Technical College, 599; Northern Kentucky University, 676–79; Thomas More College, 876–77 Collier, John, 4 Collier, Ralph, 4, 899, 901 Collin, DeWitt, 833 Collingsworth, Chris, 354 Collingwood, Charles, 201–2 Collins, Amos, 254 Collins, B. A., 350 Collins, Bill, 723 Collins, Charles, 119 Collins, H. H., 807 Collins, Hillard, 221 Collins, James M., 460 Collins, Joel, 503 Collins, John, 45, 649, 807 Collins, John A., 425, 974 Collins, Julia Clark, 649 Collins, Kathy, 320 Collins, Keith, 380 Collins, Lewis, 27, 32, 35, 209, 228, 229, 350, 556, 597, 599, 600, 604, 716, 938 Collins, Martha Layne, 132, 367, 439, 719, 723, 947, 971 Collins, Pat, 264 Collins, Richard Henry, 209, 229, 556, 586, 596–97, 974 Collins, Stella, 542 Collins, Thomas, 4 Collins, W. C., 916 Colonial Bake Shop, 410 Colonial Cottage, 209–10, 411 Colston, Edward, 210 Colston, Edward, Jr., 210 Colston, Raleigh, 26, 210, 869 Colston, William, 210 Colston Family, 210 Colter, Hiram, 210 Colter, John, 210, 545, 552 Columbia Sussex Corporation, 210, 250, 359 Colvin, Birkett, Sr., 319 Colvin, Lorenzo, 684 Colyer, C. E., 634 Comair, 51, 179–81, 180, 211–12, 261 Combs, Bert T., 116, 211, 439, 519, 520, 569, 748 Combs, Dick, 753 Combs, Doris, 380 Combs, Earle, 519 Combs-Hehl Bridge, 116, 208, 211, 315, 686 Comer, Martha Purdon, 211, 541, 556, 582, 665, 970 Comer, Patrick W., 211 Commissary Corner, 212 Committee for Covington-Kenton Co., 212, 674 Community of Faith Presbyterian Church, 213, 311, 650, 733, 927 Como, Perry, 71, 618, 920 Comprehend Inc., 213, 712 Conant, Arthur, 510 Concord, 213–14; Baptist Church, 214, 408, 912; College, 214, 390, 650; Methodist Church, 214

Condit, Joseph, 390 confederate recruiting, in Owen Co., 214 congressional districts, 214–20, 918 Congressional Medal of Honor. See Medal of Honor Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), Northern Kentucky Chapter, 188, 220–21, 293, 643, 817, 825, 970 Conley, E., 187, 643 Conley, Ed, 97 Conley, Thomas H., 360 Conley, Virginia, 639 Conn, Oberia, 685 Connell, Henrietta, 268 Connelly, Henry, 705 Connelly, John, 144 Conner, Jacob, 350 Conner, Lewis, 58, 357 Conner, Mary W., 715 Conner High School, 63, 221–22 Connor, Charles, 221 Connor, Esther Sullivan, 221 Connor, James “Jim” Robert, 62, 65, 66, 221, 498, 657, 851 Connor, John, 690 Connor, Michael, 739, 740 Connor, Neal, 221 Connor, Samuel, 643 Connor, Terry, 221 Connors, Jimmy, 542 Conrad, Charles Lamont, Rev., 222, 519 Conrad, Emma Monroe, 222 Conrad, Frank W., 222 Conrad, James, 595 Conrad, Margaret Thornton, 497 Conrad, William, 283, 438, 690 Conrail, 222, 252, 667 Conry, Tom, 273 conservation, 222–23 Constance, 223 Constans, August, 128 Constantine, Mike, 111 Conus, Leon, 554 convention and visitors bureau. See Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau Conway, Clinton, 190 Conway, Emily, 452 Conway, George, 190, 468 Conway, John M., 223, 231, 468, 562 Conway, Mary Ann, 705 Conway, Mary Caroline, 452, 468 Conway, Miles Withers, 223–24, 834, 935 Conway, Moncure Daniel, Rev., 4 Conway, Peter, 468 Conway, W. Harvey, 190, 231, 562 Conway, Withers, Capt., 223 Conyers, Jesse, 283, 690 Conyers, Rachel, 690 Cook, Asa B., 252 Cook, J., 425 Cook, Mary Burnside, 367 Cook, Max B., 514 Cook, T. B., Rev., 934 Cook, William, 367

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Cookie Jar Bakery, 622 Cool Ghoul. See Von Hoene, Richard A. “Dick” Coolidge, Calvin, 40, 753, 839 Coolidge, William David, 500 Coombs, Leslie, Gen., 193 Cooney, Lela, 238 Cooper, Edward P., 235, 950–51 Cooper, Gary, 615 Cooper, H. D., 883 Cooper, James, 902 Cooper, Linsday, 836 Cooper, Randall K., 224, 534 Cooper High School, 224 Coots, Freddie, 402 Copley, Cohen, 340, 360 Coppin, Charles Cllifford, 225 Coppin, John Roberts, 224, 225, 265, 492, 507, 815, 954 Coppin, John Roberts, Jr., 225 Coppin, Mary Roberts, 224 Coppin, William, 224, 225 Coppin’s Department Store, 188, 221, 224, 225, 235, 240, 265, 297, 465, 574, 643, 702, 719, 885 Coquard, Leon, 166, 167, 256, 576, 786, 791 Coram, Spencer and Corry Development Co., 700 Corban, Lewis, 690 Corbin, Henry, 627 Corbin, Joseph Carter, 3 Corbin, Melissa, 225, 605 Corbin, Perry, 627 Corbin, William Francis, 144, 225, 605, 704, 938, 951 Corbin, W. P., 906 Corburn, James Wynn, 206 Corby, Edmund, Rev., 781, 782, 876 Cordova, 225–26 Cordy, James, 706 CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), 220–21 Corgan, Thomas, 56 Corinth, 226; High School, 226, 415, 416 Corinthian Baptist Church, 226, 557, 760, 956 Corkran, Louise Chambers, 935 Corley, Emily I., 230 Corn, Mary, 162 Cornelius, George, 713 Cornell, Annette Patton, 226–27, 557, 890, 971 Cornell, Josiah H., Sr., 227 Cornwallis, Charles, 580, 754 Corporex, 227 Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 150, 227, 260, 268, 456, 473, 555, 650, 655, 777, 785, 786, 791, 875, 948 Corpus Christi School, 16, 761, 798 Corwine, Aaron H., 38, 227–28 Corwine, Amos, 227 Corwine, George, 599 Corwine, Matthias, 964 Corwine, Sarah Brook, 227 Cosmas, Brother. See Wolf, Joannes “Brother Cosmas”

1006

INDEX

Costigan, James Wallace, 440 Coston Brothers, 150 Cote Brilliante, 89, 228–29, 315, 322, 431, 451, 483, 655, 656, 780, 798, 896, 955, 956, 973, 980 Cotter, Brenda, 68 Cotton, B. C., 497 cotton mills, 229, 874; January and Wood, 485–86 Cottrell, Morganna Roberts, 133–34 Couch, Bob, Rev., 351 Coues, Elliot, 368 Coulter, Nat C., 687 country music, 98–99, 104, 229–30, 487, 640, 736, 739–40, 895, 940 country stores, 230–31 Courance, Edgar “Spider,” 487 Courtney, James, Rev., 666 Courtney, Lucille, 404 court systems, 232, 721 Cove Hill Baptist Church, 232 covention center. See Northern Kentucky Convention Center Covington, 233–34; Altar Stock Building Company, 237, 286, 531, 787, 808, 875, 969; Art Club, 238–39, 629, 682, 701, 754, 818, 882; Ballpark, 65; Blue Sox, 61, 106, 239, 768, 855; Catholic High School, 55, 65, 154, 239–40, 409, 465, 630, 638, 655, 701, 769; Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington, 171; City Building, 273; Committee for CovingtonKenton Co., 212; Cotton Factory, 874; downtown, 129, 227, 234–36, 245, 265, 514, 782; Eastside, 292–93, 355; First National Bank and Trust Company of Covington, 338–39; flood control, 345; historic buildings, 240–41; Independent Schools, 171, 241–42, 455, 524, 553, 772, 944, 949; Ladies Home, 238, 242–43, 438; Latin School, 152, 154, 168, 243, 465, 498, 718, 769, 819, 826; Lewisburg, 546; Locomotive and Manufacturing Works, 243–44, 950; post office, 726; Project, 36; Public Library, 156, 238, 240, 244–45, 547, 975; urban archaeology, 121, 245–46; urban planning, 907. See also West Covington; West Side of Covington Covington, Flemingsburg, and Pound Gap Railroad, 109, 236, 236–37, 597, 746 Covington, Leonard Wales, Gen., 233, 394, 505, 720 Covington and Lexington Railroad, 13, 81, 105, 181, 237, 237, 243, 260, 436, 479, 480, 507, 511, 566, 574, 745, 746, 871, 887, 918, 925, 949, 950

Covington and Lexington Turnpike, 13, 73, 93, 108, 192, 234, 237–38, 274, 276, 301, 307, 312, 350, 351, 356, 418, 479, 507, 540–41, 608, 672, 706, 879, 928, 949, 960 Covington Daily, 664 Covington Locomotive and Manufacturing Works, 464, 480 Cowdery, Oliver, 178 Cowen, Annie, 627 Cowens, David William, 66, 144, 221, 246–47, 760 Cowens, Jack, 246 Cowens, Ruth Atwood, 246 Cowl, Jane, 1 Cowles, O. W., 424 Cox, Attilla, 246–47, 398, 847 Cox, Charles G., 555 Cox, Edward, 209 Cox, Elizabeth Newman, 247 Cox, Elvira, 606 Cox, Felicia O’Boussier, 247 Cox, Florian, 247 Cox, George B. “Boss,” 63, 561 Cox, George L., 589 Cox, H. S., 944 Cox, Isabella Catherine, 824 Cox, James, 247, 338, 398 Cox, Leander M., 216 Cox, Luke, 398 Cox, Mary Caroline, 209, 336 Cox, Rebecca, 245 Cox, Samuel, 353 Cox, William Hopkinson, Jr., 247, 379, 586, 589, 596, 601, 752 Cox, William Hopkinson, Sr., 247 Cozad, Robert Henry, 29 Crabbe, J. B., 750 Crabtree, Royce, 352 Craig, A. John, 247 Craig, Albert, 397 Craig, Anna June Davis, 247 Craig, Barry S., 181 Craig, Benjamin, 247, 379, 397, 398, 592, 725, 748, 762, 835 Craig, Bettie P., 322 Craig, Clarence “Duper,” 748–49 Craig, Elijah, 109, 417, 734 Craig, Elizabeth Morris, 762 Craig, Guy, 766 Craig, Jeremiah, 247, 397, 398, 592 Craig, John, 752, 854 Craig, John A., 397 Craig, John Hawkins, 134, 247, 964 Craig, John J., Sr., 247 Craig, Lewis, Rev., 27, 58, 109, 247, 586, 621, 904, 935 Craig, Lydia, 417, 934 Craig, Lyman, 932 Craig, Polly Hawkins, 247 Craig, Taliaferro, 247 Craig, Virginia, 397 Craig, Walton, 398 Craig, Whitfield, 111 Craigmyle, James P., Rev., 961 Crail, Lilburn, 164 Crail, Sarah Elizabeth, 164 Cram, C. C., 962 Cram, Willard G., 934

Crane, Lawrence, Rev., 575 Crapsey, Charles C., 247, 847, 927 Crapsey, Jacob S., 247 Crapsey, Rachel, 247 Craw Daddy Landing Airport, 15 Crawford, Ellis Cummins, 36, 74, 247, 267 Crawford, Harry, 248 Crawford, Jacob H., 248 Crawford, James, 815 Crawford, Joan, 469 Crawford, Leonard J., Jr., 248 Crawford, Leonard J., Sr., 19, 248, 797 Crawford, Mary, 248 Crescent Park, 248 Crescent Springs, 248–49; High School, 249, 274, 354, 509, 830 Crestview, 249 Crestview Hills, 249; Town Center, 129, 250, 353 Crews, Adam P., Sr., 335 Crigger, Terry, 709 Crigler, F. D., 531 Crigler, Jacob, Rev., 459 Crigler, John J., 438, 981 Crigler, R. L., 531 Crippen, Frank, 514 Cripps, James B., 4 Crisler, A. S., 425 Crisler, Gabriel, 425 Crisler, Lewis, 425 Crisler, Otto, 627 Crist, Richard D., 181 Cristo Rey Parish, 173, 250–51, 535, 769 Crittenden, 251; Association, 58; High School, 251, 415, 416 Crittenden, Henry, 379 Crittenden, John J., 489, 596, 625, 922, 935 Crittenden, John L., 330 Crittenden, William Logan, Col., 85 Crocker, Bernard W., Rev., 788 Crocket, David, 97 Crockett, Davy, 691 Croft, Edward, 362 Croghan, George, 87 Croghan, John, Col., 719 Cropper, Anna “Birdie” G. Kirtley, 251 Cropper, Carroll Lee, 135, 156, 251, 262, 438, 960. See also Carroll Cropper Bridge Cropper, Woodford Lee, 251 Crosby, Bing, 204, 402, 615 Crosby, Simeon, 835 Crosby, William E., Jr., 309 Crossen, Phillip, 90 Crosswhite, Adam, 3, 251–52, 307, 468, 836, 899 Crosswhite, Frances, 251 Crosthwaite, Isaac, 252 Croswell, Ben, 732 Crouch, Elkanah, 684 Crouch, Henry, 684 Crouch, John, 684 Crowe, G. C., 399 Crowe, John Finley, 302, 813

Crowley, Patrick, 512 Cruise, Tom, 329, 722 Crupper, William B., Gen., 523 Crutcher, Jessie, 251 CSX Transportation, 161, 175, 179, 222, 252–53, 511, 527, 566, 663, 667, 746, 747, 813, 870, 888 Culberston, Allen, 260 Culberston, Jim, 810 Culbertson, C. A., 807 Culbertson, D. C., 807 Culbertson, J. A., 807 Culbertson, James, 260 Culbertson, Robert, 178, 260 Culbertson, W. C., 807 Culbertson, William, 217, 260 Culbertson Railway Station, 260 Cull, 253 Cull, Annie, 253 Cull, David, 253, 897 Cull, O. A., 649 Culross, Rick, 830 Culver, Rhonda, 668 Cumber, James, 564 Cummings, Andy, 64 Cummings, Hamilton, 751 Cummins, Alexander, 45 Cummins, B. F., 264 Cummins, Dewey E., 121 Cummins, Helen Azbill Haller, 421 Cummins, Wilber, 421 Cundiff, Walter E., 979 Cuni, Joseph N., 674, 710 Cunningham, D., 974 Cunningham, Daniel L., 425, 974 Cunningham, D. D., 425 Cunningham, D. S., 425 Cunningham, Elmer, 340 Cunningham, LeRoux “Bud,” 916 Curnick, E. T., Rev., 39 Curran, Arthur F., 541 Curran, Ellen, 833 Currens, Elijah, 619 Curtis, Dick, 253, 329 Curtis, Esther, 598 Curtis, Frank, 230 Curtis, Houston, 598 Curtis, Howard, 598 Curtis, Mary, 230 Curtis, Ruth Sullivan, 253 Curtis, W. J., 96 Curtis Gates Lloyd Wildlife Area, 223, 253, 415, 559, 562 Cushing, John L., 341 Custer, George, 919 Cutcheon, Frank, 269 Cutter, George W., 253, 281, 549, 557, 617 Cutter, Henry, 229, 486 Cutter, John, 815 Cuvier, Georges, 88 Czittler, Vilma, 816 Dafford, Robert, 768 Dahlenburg, H., 524 Dailey, D. B., 807 dairies, 151, 254–55, 888 Daley, Bill, 865 Dalitz, Moe, 200, 385

INDEX Dallasburg, 952 Daly, Augustin, 621 Daly, Emma, 692 Daly, Joe, 255 Daly, Kitty, 255 Daly, Margaret, 342 Daly, Martha, 440 Daly, Mary, 255 Daly, Michael V., 473, 692 Daly, Richard, 3, 31, 255, 468, 836, 899 Dameron, E. P., 141 D’Amico, Ray, 107 Damidio, Mary Lucy, 635 Dammann, Nancy McLaughlin, 605 Dammert, Wayne, 86 Damone, Vic, 124 Damrosch, Frank, 263 Damrosch, Walter, 263 Dance, G. B., 427 Dance, Josephine, 427 Danford, C. Myron, 737 Dangerfield, Rodney, 327 Danhires, George, 114 Daniel, Charles, Sr., 964 Daniel, Garrett, 605, 704 Daniel, Tabitha, 127 Daniel, Walker, 593 Daniel Carter Beard Bridge, 208, 211, 256, 314, 527, 686, 885 Daniel Drake Western Museum, 42 Daniel George, 704 Daniels, Betty, 146, 547 Daniels, James P., Rev., 336 Daniels, Robert, 377 D’Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon, 548 Darling, A. W., 735 Darling, Robert, 162 Darlington, Urban Valentine William, 340, 938 Darnell, Julia Buckley, 811 Darnell, Mary, 156 Darnell, Sarah Ernst, 311 Darrell Brothers, 39 Darrought, John S., 609 Darwin, Charles, 54 Daugherty, Emmett, 930 Daugherty, O. S., 425 Daugherty, R. T., Rev., 961 Daughters of the American Revolution, 171, 256, 704, 754, 818, 910 Daulton, Margaret Strain, 36 Daum, Eginhard, 121 Daut, Jacob, 866 DAV (Disabled American Veterans), 146, 207, 271 Davenport, Guy, 557, 985 David, Jacques-Louis, 42 Davidson, John, 86 Davies, Anthony, 378 Davies, Daniel Humphrey, Rev., 336, 448 Davies, John B., 256 Davies, Mary, 256 Davis, Barbara Clark, 256 Davis, Bette, 650 Davis, Betty Jack, 257, 469

Davis, Bob “Twenty Grand,” 258, 355 Davis, Charles, 50, 529 Davis, Clarence, 380 Davis, David, 167, 241, 256, 537, 576, 777, 790, 791 Davis, Elizabeth Duveneck, 673 Davis, Elmer, 299 Davis, Euclid, 979 Davis, Garnett, 216 Davis, Geena, 719, 812 Davis, Geoff rey Clark “Geoff,” 220, 256–57, 263, 567 Davis, Georgia, 257 Davis, Gray, 944 Davis, Harold Lee, Jr., 504 Davis, Ina Sizer, 165 Davis, James A., 131 Davis, James S., 4 Davis, Jeff C., Maj. Gen., 370 Davis, Jefferson Columbus, Brig. Gen., 119, 188, 429, 441, 495, 647, 648 Davis, J. Garvey, 753 Davis, John, 609, 904 Davis, Johnny, 398 Davis, Loretta, 462 Davis, Marguerite Ziegler, 981 Davis, Mary Frances “Skeeter,” 230, 257, 380, 404, 641 Davis, Miles, 487 Davis, Sammy, Jr., 859 Davis, Thomas, 541, 872 Davis, Walter, 97 Davis, Woodford, 305 Dawson, Clay, 813 Dawson, Lucien M., 199 Dawson, Polly, 930 Dawson, W. W., 49 Day, S. A., 85 Dayton, 257–58; flood control, 345; Public Schools, 62, 258, 322, 844, 847–48, 973, 975 D. Cunningham & Company, 974 deaf and hearing-impaired, 259, 555, 675 Deal, Charles L., 5, 292 Dean, C. M., 164 Dean, Frank, 107 Dean, James, 102 Dean, Sandy, 899 Dean, W. T., 978 De Antignac, Clara, 967 Deatherage, Ann, 161 Deaton, Irene, 659, 661, 662 De Baptiste, George, 3, 24, 31, 252, 899, 900 de Bienville, Pierre-Joseph Céloron, 686 De Bourbon, Maria, 975 Debs, Euguene Victor, 533, 688, 840, 919 Debussy, Claude, 984 Decker, Bernard, 286 Decker, Catherine Siemers, 286, 287 Decker, Frank F., 482 DeCoursey, Annie Elizabeth, 895 DeCoursey, Elbert, Maj. Gen., 260 DeCoursey, Esther, 260

DeCoursey, Mary Elizabeth Carter, 260 DeCoursey, Missouri, 895 DeCoursey, Samuel E., 895 DeCoursey, William Bedford, 260, 262, 333, 334, 505 DeCoursey, William, Sr., 260 DeCoursey and Culbertson Railway Stations, 260, 536 DeCoursey Baptist Church, 5 Deglow, Bud, 458 Deglow, Henry, 317 DeGlow, Julius H., 67 Deglow, Leslie, S., 266 DeGraaff, Curtis, 142 DeGraff, Richard, 877 DeHart, Acklin, 283 Dehart, D. P., 136 DeHart, Mary, 100 Dehner, Frank, 309 DeJaco, Anthony E., 260 DeJaco, Antonia “Anna” Theony, 260 DeJaco, Charles A., 260 DeJaco, Francis “Frank” J., Jr., Rev., 260, 790 DeJaco, Franz “Frank,” 260 DeJaco, Fred F., 260 DeJaco, George A., 260 DeJaco, John Edward, 260 DeJaco, Louis A., 260, 522 DeJaco Brothers Company, 38, 260 DeJarnette, A. G., 288 de Lafayette, Marquis, 79, 136, 228, 288, 294, 325, 378, 543, 544, 580, 585, 595, 599, 640, 919 Delaney, E. B., 292 Delaney, Elizabeth Berry, 187, 260–61, 261, 970 Delaney, J. Michael, Rev., 575 Delaney, John W., Jr., “Jack,” 187, 260, 261, 261, 643, 924 Delaney, Martin R., 797 de la Salle, Robert, 919 DeLeon, Millie, 133 Delia, 261 Delmore Brothers, 104, 229 de Longueil, Charles Lemoyne. See Le Moyne, Charles Delta Air Lines, 50, 179–81, 206, 211, 261–62, 507 DeMarcus, John, 174, 677 Deming, Almina Sage, 262 Deming, David W., 262 Deming, Osmer Sage, 262, 432 Deming, Thomas, 262 Deming, William C., 262, 634 DeMint, Betsey, 304 Democratic Party, 100, 107, 262–63, 617, 751 Demoisey, John “Frenchy,” 66 DeMoisey, R. F., Rev., 351 DeMoss, Bob, 355, 356 DeMoss, Lacy, 263 DeMoss, Mary Hissem “Mamie,” 141, 263, 447, 640 DeMoss, Peter, 706 DeMoss, Thomas, 264 DeMossville, 263–64 Dempsey, F. Walton, 276, 772

1007

Dempsey, John, 19 Dengler, Frank X., 286, 322 Denham, Elizabeth Bertram, 264 Denham, Harry, 264 Denham, Harvey, 264 Denham, Mitchell B., 264, 599 Dennie, Debbie, 319 Dennis, Don, 379 Dennis, Jacob, 59 Dennison, William, 519 Denny, Frances Ann. See Drake, Mrs. Alexander “Mrs. Drake” Denver, Bob “Gilligan,” 719 Denzler, Conrad, 699 department stores, 234, 264–65, 885 de Paul, Vincent, 840 Depery Home, 346 d’Erlanger, Baron Fréderick Émile, 308 Dern, William B., Rev., 776 de Roode, Eugene, 975 Derrick, Ferdinand, 432–33 Derrick, George, Rev., 788 Deschwanden, Paul, 630 Desha, Eleanor Wheeler, 265 Desha, Ellen, 716 Desha, Isaac, 265 Desha, Joseph, 215, 263, 265, 585–86, 595, 716 Desha, Robert, 265 de Tar, Vernon, 808 Deters, Charles, 266 Deters, Clemens Bernard “Bud,” 181, 266 Deters, Eric, 262, 753, 830 Deters, Gerald, 266 Detmer, Friedrich, 468, 794 Detmus, Mary Agnes, 907 Detwiler, Violet, 944 Deupree, Willia, Jr., 408 Deutsch, Marcella, 512 Devou, Charles P., 266 Devou, Sarah Ogden, 266 Devou, William, 266 Devou, William P., Jr., 266, 267, 542, 672 Devou Park, 70, 74, 166, 193, 238, 248, 266–67, 297, 420, 431, 470, 517, 532, 568, 691, 754, 768, 772, 789, 816, 822, 826; band shell, 267–68, 420, 640 DeWees, J. C., 229 Deweese, Cornelius, 468 DeWeese, Lewis, 76 Deye, Anthony, 268 Deye, Anthony Henry, Rev., 268, 524, 581, 656, 817 Deye, Elizabeth Nieman, 268 Dibble, Philo, 252 DiBello, Tom, 171 Diblin, Charles, 183 Dibowski, Charles, 268 Dibowski, Charles John, 37, 268 Dibowski, Sophia Langlow, 268 Dicken, Absolom Columbus “Lum,” 268, 444, 605, 938, 951 Dicken, Elizabeth Herndon, 268 Dicken, E. N., 76 Dicken, James, 130

1008

INDEX

Dicken, Simeon, 268, 444 Dickens, Charles, 358 Dickerson, James, 39 Dickerson, V., 906 Dickerson, William Worth, 217, 269 Dickey, Byron R., 181 Dickey, F., 897 Dickey, J. J., Rev., 938 Dickey, John, 302 Dickinson, Charles, 284 Dickman, William, 701 Dickson, J. Bates, 397 Dickson, Joseph, 210 Dickson, William, 189 Dietrich, Ellen B., 242 Dietrich, Marlene, 615 Dietz, Fred, 310 Dietz, Lloyd “Dutch,” 62, 258 Diguid, Elizabeth Lineback, 273 Dilhunt, Cy, 858 Dillard, Simeon, 399 Dillender, Riley, 637 Dillinger, John, 691 Dillon, Adah Hill, 269 Dillon, Frank, 453 Dillon, George Hill, 269 Dillon, Judith D., 269 Dillon, William S., 269 DiMaggio, Joe, 35 Dimmitt, E. C., 396 Dine, Philip, 376 Dine, Reuben, 376 Dineen, Sean, 66 Dingeldey, Christian, Rev., 783 Dinser, John, 803 Dinsmoor, Silas, 76, 269, 270 Dinsmore, James, 13, 269, 270 Dinsmore, Julia Stockton, 269–70, 270, 557, 971 Dinsmore, Martha Macomb, 269, 270 Dinsmore Homestead, 13, 53, 76, 178, 223, 263, 270, 423, 671 Dinwiddie, Robert, 372 Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home, 93, 207, 270–71, 744, 779, 832, 833 DiPaolo, Dante, 204 Disabled American Veterans (DAV), 146, 207, 271 Disciples of Christ, 131, 141, 271–72, 318, 352 Disher, Johnnie, 376 Diskin, James A., 262, 272 Diskin, John A., 272 Diskin, Lawrence J., 272 Diskin, Mary Mullaney, 272 Diskin, Rosemary Tierney, 272 Diskin, Thomas M., 272 Diskin, Thomas W., 272 Diskin, Tom, 272 Disque, Chester H., 300 Disque, Stanley G., 701 distilleries, 272–73; New England Distillery, 649; Petersburg Distillery, 713–14; Walsh Distillery, 927; Wiedemann Brewing Company, 956–57 Disue, Chester, 273

Ditto, Thomas, Rev., 40 Dittoe, George M., 273 Dittoe, Louis E., 431, 966 Dittoe, Louis G., 273 Dittoe and Wisenall, 273, 589, 716, 966 Diuguid, Gex, 273, 800 Diuguid, Nancy Elizabeth, 273–74, 398, 970 Dividing Ridge, 274 Dixie Chili, 67, 274, 411 Dixie Club Cafe, 411 Dixie Heights High School, 120, 249, 274, 355, 405, 419, 420, 509, 553, 810, 811, 812, 830 Dixie Highway, 234, 274–75, 276, 277, 301, 308, 308, 350, 357, 359, 359, 365, 410, 413, 422, 424, 507, 679, 757, 781, 879, 885, 903, 909, 928, 966 Dixie Terminal, 275–76, 422, 492, 886 Dixie Traction Company, 276, 759, 772 Dixon, Benoi, 899 Dixon, Dave, 830 Dixon, Harvey, 252 Dixon, Jeremiah, 588 Dixon, Paul, 972 Doan, John, 897 Dobyns, John, 601 Dobyns, R. G., 523 Dock, Pong, 41 Doc’s Place, 411 Doda, Carol, 133 Dodd, J. T., 244 Dodge, Ebenezer, 949 Dodsworth, Robert, 926 Doellman, Dan, 66 Doellman, Justin, 66 Doellman, Michael, 147 Doherty, Thomas M., 313, 610 Dohrmann, Frederick, 475 Doisy, Adelbert, E., 258 Dolan, John, 62 Dole, Elizabeth, 392 Doll, Francis, 284 Dolle, Henry Christian, Rev., 792 Domaschko, John S., 181, 309 Dometrich, Barbra, 127 Dometrich, William, 127 Donaghy, James W., 277 Donaghy, Justine Evans, 277 Donaghy, Mark F., 276–77, 886, 887 Donaldson, Charles T., 259 Donaldson, Giltner A., 277 Donaldson, J. Lyter, 263, 272, 277, 582 Donaldson, John F., 383 Donaldson, Joseph A., 277, 465, 815 Donaldson, Susie Giltner, 277 Donaldson, William, 278 Donaldson, William Mills, 278 Donaldson Lithographic Company, 277–78 Donavan, Thomas, 621 Doniphan, Alexander William, Brig. Gen., 46, 278, 616 Doniphan, Anderson, 648

Doniphan, George, 278, 866 Doniphan, Joseph, 197, 278, 585, 952 Donissham, George, 866 Donnelly, Edward, Rev., 788, 951 Donnelly, George, Rev., 798 Donnelly, Lawrence, 278 Donnelly, Mary Tierney Colleron, 278 Donnelly, Thomas Francis, 262, 278, 479 Donnermeyer, Bertha Schlereth, 278 Donnermeyer, Frank John, 278 Donnermeyer, William Irwin “Bill,” 278–79 Donovan, Henry L., 621 Donovan, Herman Lee, 586, 588 Donovan, James, 866 Dooin, Celia, 955 Doolittle, Jimmy, 201, 609 Dora, Ferdinand, 47 Dora, William, 636 Doremus, Charles, 279 Doremus, Elizabeth Johnson Ward, 279 Dorgan, Mary, 462, 674 Dorman, Peter, 684 Dorman, Tom, 5 Dorsey, Tommy, 487 Dorum, Jane “Kitty,” 3 Dorum, Thomas, 3 Dotchengall, Fred T., 373 Dougherty, Bob, 355 Dougherty, Elizabeth Conway, 279 Dougherty, Jim “Red Dog,” 25, 355 Dougherty, Josephine, 708 Dougherty, Sean, 830 Dougherty, William, 279 Douglas, A. J., Rev., 459 Douglas, Kate Hand, 627 Douglas, Lewis W., 423 Douglas, Lloyd C., 459, 551 Douglas, Stephen, 33, 751, 800 Douglass, Frederick, 2 Dover, 279; Covered Bridge, 233, 279–80 Dow, Cora, 280, 715, 970 Dowd, Jim, 562 Dowden, Martha, 503 Dow Drug Stores, 280, 715, 854 Downing, John, 280 Downingsville, 280 Downs, Hugh, 202 Dowtain, William, 934 Doyle, Edward James “Patrick,” 4, 33, 836, 902 Drahman, Brian, 62 Drahmann, Edward, 550 Drake, Abraham, 593 Drake, Alexander, 253, 281 Drake, Cornelius, 593 Drake, Daniel, 73, 178, 228, 280, 289, 368, 407, 539, 585, 593, 611, 935 Drake, Elizabeth Shotwell, 280 Drake, Frances Ann Denny “Mrs. Drake,” 253, 280–81, 366, 549, 970

Drake, Harry, Rev., 445 Drake, Isaac, 280, 407, 593 Drake, Leon, 531 Drake, Leo, Rev., 57 Drake, Thomas, Rev., 459 Draper, Elenor Hardin, 478 Draper, George, 478 Draper, Martin, 283 Draud, Scott, 66 Drees, Elizabeth Feldmann, 281 Drees, Irmaleen, 672 Drees, Ralph A., 129, 181, 267, 281, 672, 753 Drees, Theodore, 281, 364 Dreisoerner, Henry, 783 Dresman, Bill, 400 Dresser, Amos, 4 Dressman, James, 266, 508 Dressman, Joe, 177 Drewry, Don, Rev., 412 Dreyer, George C., 554 Driskell, Owen, 562 Driskill, Bayne, Rev., 338 drive-ins, 281–82, 410 Droege, Antoinette Koran, 282 Droege, Frederick, 282 Droege, Ignatius Joseph, 167, 282, 376, 481 Droege, John Casper, 406, 481 Droege, Larry, 858, 887 Droege, Margaret, 858, 887 Droege, Maria Franciscius Huecker, 282 Droege, Virginia, 858, 887 Droege House, 458, 858, 887 dropsy, 610 Drouillard, George, 210 Drouillard, Peter, 503 Drury, Asa M., Rev., 242, 335, 574, 949 Drury Chapel Methodist Church, 282–83 Dry Ridge, 283, 417, 928; Baptist Church, 283; High School, 283–84, 415, 416, 802; Trace, 128, 174, 284, 300–301, 307, 443, 547, 757. See also Old Baptist Church on the Dry Ridge Dube, Allen, 659 Dubois, Theodore, 631 Du Bois, W. E. B., 638 Ducker, Jaily, 433 Ducker, Jonathan S., 578 Dude, Gottfried, 394 Dueber, Albert, 284 Dueber, John C., 284, 345 Dueber Watch Case Company, 144, 278, 284, 291, 345, 388, 578, 732, 922 duels, 106, 284–85 Dufour, Charles, 20 Dufour, C. J., 398 Dufour, Jean Jacques, 917 Dufour, Russell, 398 Duhme, Mary Ives, 818 Duke, Andrew, 704 Duke, Basil W., Lt. Col., 44–45, 89, 113, 125, 206, 285, 368, 611, 626, 629, 839, 951

INDEX Duke, Hula, 888 Duke, James, 285, 666 Duke, Mary Wilson, 285 Duke, Paulin, 125 Duke Energy, 285 Dulaney, John, 627 Dulcimers, 448–49 Dunant, Henry, 23 Dunbar, Laurence, 9 Duncan, Alexander, Col., 9 Duncan, Ben, 684 Duncan, Charles, Capt., 318 Duncan, James, Rev., 3, 900 Duncan, Pascal H., Rev., 404, 537 Duncan, Sandy, 25 Duncan, W. Garnett, 216 Dunham, Jeff, 911 Dunham, Sadye L., 953 Dunlap, George W., 930 Dunlap, William, 904 Dunlevy, Walter, 670 Dunmore, Lord, 449 Dunn, Edward L., 226 Dunn, Elmer, 562 Dunn, James, 162 Duns, Jesse, 370 Dupree, George W., Rev., 335 Dupuy, John T., 624 Durante, Jimmy, 268, 650, 919 Durbin, John Price, 46, 285 Durden, F. L., Rev., 792 Durgan, George, 413, 552 Durham, William H., Rev., 709 Duro Bag Manufacturing Company, 285, 646 Durr, Carrie L. Stevens, 286 Durr, Deborah Jo, 286 Durr, R. C., 56 Durr, Robert Charles, 56, 286, 672, 983 Durr, Steve, 286 Durr, William E., 509 Durrell, J. Stanley, 554 Durrett, Richard, 936 Dusch, Paris, 914 Dusing, Ben, 472 Dusing, Frank, 472 Dusing Brothers Ice Manufacturing Inc., 472 Duskin, Big Joe, 97, 98 Dussaut, Thérèse, 722 Dutton, Mary, 518 Duval, Jessie C., 939 Duvall, Edward, 263 Duvall, James E., 624, 690 Duvall, Mae, 404 Duvall, Penelope, 802 Duveneck, Elizabeth Boott, 60 Duveneck, Francis Boott, 286–87, 673 Duveneck, Frank, 37, 44, 49, 60, 165, 167, 204, 238, 245, 286–87, 287, 293, 320, 322, 555, 556, 603, 605, 631, 670, 673, 768, 774, 809, 818, 875. See also Frank Duveneck House Duveneck, Joseph, 286, 287 Duveneck, Josephine, 245 Duveneck House, 287, 365

Dye, Elizabeth Faulkner, 253 Dye, Frank, 253 Dye, Luke, 805 Dye, Richard. See Curtis, Dick Eagle Bank, 288 Eagle Hill, 288 Eagle Plow Works, 288 Eagles. See civic associations Eagle Station. See Jordan Baptist Church Eagle Tavern, 288 Eakins, Thomas, 29 Earl, C. A., Rev., 536 Earle, Araminta King, 288 Earle, James Thomas, 240, 288–89 Earle, Jonathan R., 288 Early, Jennie Stites, 311 Early, Jubal, 629 Early, Squire, 212 earthquakes, 289–90 East Bend, 290–91; Methodist Church, 291 East Bend Bottoms Plane Crash, 291 Eastep, D. B., Rev., 59, 142, 445 Eastep, Harry, 604 East Newport, 450; National Historic District, 291–92 Easton, Arylyn T., 181 Eastside Covington, 184, 292–93, 355, 641 Eaton, Mary, 499 Eblin, Catherine, 162 Eblin, James, 162 Eblin, Malinda, 162 Echeandia, Jose Maria, 703 ECHO, 462 Echols, John, Gen., 851 Eckart, Daniel, Rev., 446 Eckenroth, Josephine, 466 Eckert, L. M., 248 Eckert, Mary Elizabeth, 248 Eckler, Clara M., 293 Eckler, Garner Lee “Pop,” 95, 230, 293, 636, 640 Eckler, Harry J., 448 Eckler, Mabel, 448 Eckler, Samuel H., 293 Eckstein, Frederick John, 38, 293–94 Eckstein, Johann, 293 Ecton, Thomas C., 624 Eddy, Donald A., 501 Eddy, Jonas, 593 Edelman, David J., 816 Eden Shale Farm, 12–13, 294, 862 Edgar, John T., 32, 339, 599, 904 Edgewood, 294–95 Edgington, Roy, 46 Edington, Joseph, 3, 899 Edison, Thomas A., 8, 666, 871, 974 Edmondson, Garry, 753 Edwards, C. B., 482 Edwards, Dell, 611 Edwards, John, 192 Edwards, Mary “Molly,” 633 Edwards, Moeschel, 482 Edwards, Moses, 302 Edwards, Paul C., 482

Edwards, Tracey Denise, 295 Edwards, Wilson, 295 Egbert, Harry, Brig. Gen., 295–96, 362 Egbring, Leo, 796 Egelston, Anna Havlin, 296 Egelston, Charles P., 296 Egelston, Charles R. L., 296 Eger, George, 559 Eggleston, Amos, 827 Eggleston, Benjamin, 517 Eggleston, Harmon, Rev., 445 Eggleston, Irene, 230 Egolf, Elizabeth, 224 Eiasion, Boomer, 354 Eibeck, Sadie, 174 Eichenlaub, George Frank, 956 Eicholz, Mary Bergman, 521 Eifert, Sylvester, 858 Eikenhout, John, 465 Eikenhout, Nellie Ross, 465 Eilerman, Arthur, 980 Eilerman, Bernard H., 181, 297 Eilerman, Carman, 980 Eilerman, Richard D., 296 Eilerman, Yvonne “Bonnie,” Capt., 296, 297 Eilerman & Sons, Men’s Clothiers, 235, 296, 533, 815 Eilerman family, 296–97 Eilermann, Alma, 297 Eilermann, Arthur, 297 Eilermann, August, 297 Eilermann, August, Jr., 297 Eilermann, Benjamin, 297 Eilermann, Carmen, 297 Eilermann, Edward, 297 Eilermann, George Herman, 296 Eilermann, Henry John, 296 Eilermann, Herman J., 296, 297 Eilermann, Robert, 297 Eilermann, Thomas, 297 Eisenhower, Dwight D., 208, 404, 822, 919 Eisner, Michael, 327 Ekins, Mary Elizabeth, 964 Eldridge, William, Army Pfc., 914 Elgin, Winifred, 750 Elgrim, Mary Lou, 612 Elizabeth I, 479 Elizabeth House, 293 Elizabethville, 297 Elkhorn Association of Central Kentucky, 58 Elkins, Ellie, 297 Elkins, George W., 297 Elkins, Robert Grant “Bob,” 297–98, 329 Elk Lake Shores, 115, 297 Elks. See civic associations Ellet, Charles, 491, 653 Ellett, T. H., 241 Ellington, Duke, 97, 136, 257, 487, 520 Elliot, Ebenezer N., 3, 399 Elliott, H. V., 162 Ellis, Absalom, 298 Ellis, Alberta, 292 Ellis, Alston, 298

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Ellis, Bob, 268 Ellis, David, 374 Ellis, Drusilla Tandy, 298 Ellis, Elizabeth, 18 Ellis, Enos, 374 Ellis, F. M., 705 Ellis, Harriet Richardson, 298 Ellis, Hayden, 214 Ellis, James E., 309 Ellis, James Tandy, 157, 298, 398, 399, 624 Ellis, John, 612, 815 Ellis, Josiah, 684 Ellis, Katherine Ann Cox, 298 Ellis, Lavina, 845 Ellis, Mary Ellis, 298 Ellis, N. H., 827 Ellis, Richard H., Gen., 201 Ellis, Thomas, 684 Ellis, Tom, 304 Ellis, William, 18 Ellison, Daniel W., Rev., 8, 59 Elliston, 298–99 Elliston, Benjamin, 298 Elliston, George, 299, 556, 557, 971 Elliston, Hiram, 299 Elliston, Ida Givens, 299 Elliston, Joseph Lillard, 299 Elliston, J. T., 354 Elliston, O. P., 299, 850 Elliston, R. H., 299 Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home, 299 Ellsworth, George “Lightning,” 625 Elmer Davis Lake, 299 Elmwood Hall, Ludlow, 155, 197, 299–300, 470, 567, 607, 841, 903, 949, 963 Elrod, Robert, 318 Elsmere, 300–301; African Americans in, 8–9; prominent restaurants, 411 Elston, B. R., 735 Elzner, Alfred Oscar, 256 emancipationists, 301–3 Embree, Elihu, 2 emergency medical services. See Northern Kentucky Emergency Medical Services Emerich, Alex, 85 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 60 Emert, Louis D., 551 Emery, Charles, 190 Emery, Mary, 907 Emery, Ralph, 257 Emmelhainz, Otto, Rev., 784 Emmerson, A. G., Rev., 459 Emmett, Mae, 613 Emrich, L., 875 enameling, 303–4 England, Jim, Rev., 336 Engle, Anna, 131 English, 304–5; Baptist Church, 304, 305; High School, 305 English, James Wharton, Capt., 157, 304 Enslen, Peter, 201 Ensor, Harold, 310 enterprise zones, 305–6

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Enzweiler, Donald, Rev., 456 Ep, 307 Episcopalians, 307 Epperson, Bonnie, 209 Epperson, Freddie, 939 Epperson, Hade, 939 Epperson, Verne, 209 Eppley, Donald, 831 Erardi, John, 512 Erikson, Pastor, 786 Erion, W. W., 366 Erlanger, 307–9; Baptist Church, 259, 308, 309; Fair Grounds, 316; prominent restaurants, 411; United Methodist Church, 308, 310–11 Erlanger-Elsmere Library, 508 Erlanger-Elsmere Schools, 301, 309, 309–10 Ernst, Amelia Steinman, 311 Ernst, James C., 61, 63, 285, 311, 312, 422 Ernst, John C., 311, 312 Ernst, John P., 312, 668 Ernst, Richard Pretlow, 23, 108, 238, 311, 312, 422, 505, 668, 691, 709, 752, 774, 897, 919, 965, 973, 982, 983. See also Richard P. Ernst Home Ernst, Sarah Butler, 311, 755 Ernst, Sarah Otis, 4 Ernst, Susan Brent, 755 Ernst, William, 36, 311–12, 523, 554, 668 Ernst, William (Son of Richard Pretlow Ernst), 311 Ernst family, 56 Erpenbeck, Anthony, 129, 312 Erpenbeck, A. William “Bill,” 312 Erpenbeck, Bill, 354 Erpenbeck, Lori, 312 Erpenbeck, Tony, 312 Erpenbeck scandal, 312 Erschell, Fred, 375 Ertel, Clara J., 49 Ertel, Mary, 50 Ertel, Robert J., 50 Erwin, F. B., 137 Escher, Johannes, 820 Estep, Eugene, Pfc., 525 Estes, Margaret, 312, 557 Estes, Viva Jefferson, 312 Estill, George, 264 Ethridge, 312–13 Ethridge, Thomas B., 312 Etler, Irv, 355 Eubank, Martin C., 899 Eubank, Ruth, 508 Evans, David M., 242, 455 Evans, George, 3 Evans, Richard, 419, 442 Evans, Walter, 262, 378 Evans, W. H., Rev., 666 Everett, Edward, 922 Everett, Peter, 190 Evergreen Cemetery, 183, 194, 313, 329, 363, 446, 609, 640, 656, 820, 842, 909, 956, 970 Evers, Medgar, 524

Eviston, Cyril, Rev., 791 Eviston, Ed, 355 Ewbank, Martin C., 4 Ewing, Buck, 64 Ewing, Carroll Merlin “Hop,” 313–14, 351, 353 Ewing, Christopher L., 313 Ewing, Goldie Bird, 313 Excel, Charles, Rev., 42 exotic dancing, 133–34 expressways, 314–15, 507, 950, 963–64, 974, 978 F&N Steakhouse, 152, 258, 316 Faber, Reynolds, 50 Fabray, Nanette, 580 Fackler, Grace Trimble, 888 Facklers, Grace “Fanny” Trimble, 972 Fairbanks, 316 Fairbanks, Calvin, Rev., 4, 836 Fairfax, Lord Thomas, 580 Fairfield, John, 2, 4, 836, 899, 901, 902 Fairleigh, Thomas B., 397 Fairs, 316 Fairview, 316–17 Faith, Carl Clifton, 317 Faith, Donald C., Jr., Lt. Col., 144, 525, 610 Faith, Herbert, 317 Faith, Vila Foster, 317 Fallis, Daniel James, 549, 724 Fallis, S. W., 562 Falls, Harriet, 724 Falmouth, 317–18; Baptist Church, 318; Battle of, 318, 706; High School, 318, 347, 627, 706, 708; Methodist Church, 319; Outlook, 319; Railway Depot, 319; Suspension Bridge, 317, 319, 548; Woolen Mill, 317, 320 Family Nurturing Center, 320, 890 Fann, Charles, 670 F. A. Pope Drug Store, 714 Faraday, Michael, 743 Fardo, William, 807 Farmer, Eugenia B., 972 Farnsworth, Sarah E., 911 Farny, Charles, 320 Farny, Henry Frank, 37, 49, 204, 286, 320–21, 561, 818 Farny, Jeannette Weyband, 320 Farrell, Charles J., 893–94 Farrell, Edward C., 715 Farrell, John, 62, 715 Farrell, Mike, 320 Farrell, Suzanne, 748 Farrell, William, 715 Farris, Emmalene De Grasse, 986 Farris, Eva G., 156, 822 Farris, Oakley, 456, 822 Farris, William, 986 Farrow, Sue E., 247 Faulkner, Allyson, 464 Faulkner, Randall, 142 Faulkner, William, 763 fauna, 321–22 Fauré, Gabriel, 983

Feagan, Daniel, 588 Fearn, George, 255, 322 Fearn, Samuel, 468 Fearn, Samuel, Jr., 255, 322 Fearn, Samuel S., 322 Fearn, Samuel, Sr., 255, 322, 899 Fearn family, 255, 322, 686 Fearon, George R., 57, 146, 770 Fedders, Edward L., 322–23 Fedders, Frank J., 323 Fedders, J. H., 425 Fedders, Marcella, 808 Fedders, Mary V., 323 Federer, C. S., 111 Federer, Dominick, 111 Federle, Nicholas O., 884 Federle, William A., 884 Fee, Arthur, 4 Fee, John, 323 Fee, John Gregg, 2, 3, 4, 6, 31, 32, 33, 44, 46, 52, 111, 303, 323, 493, 616, 619, 733, 877, 902, 905. See also John G. Fee Industrial High School Fee, John, Jr., 902 Fee, Matilda, 902 Fee, Oliver P. S., 4 Fee, Sarah Gregg, 323 Feeney, Charley, 106 Feeney, Jack, 106 Feger, Daniel H., 242, 243 Fehler, Barney, 974 Feinauer, Adam, 974 Feinstein, Michael, 204 Felix, J. F., 43 Felix, W. H., Rev., 309, 334 Feltman, Henry, 30, 184, 818, 976 Fender, Edward, 12 Fender, Raleight, 622 Fenley, John W., 251 Fenno, Dick, 810 Ferber, Edna, 828 Ferber, Henry, 122 Ferguson, Bessie, 280 Ferguson, Bob “H-Bomb,” 98, 640 Ferguson, Bruce, 323–24, 373, 579, 883 Ferguson, Champ, 190 Ferguson, Hubbard “Hub,” 324 Ferguson, John, 174 Ferguson, Julia Sanders, 324 Ferguson, Martha, 270 Ferguson, Robert, 270 Ferguson, Robert H. Monro, 423 Ferguson, Robert M., 270 Ferguson, Shirley Rice, 323 Ferguson, Walter, 323 Ferguson, William, 324 Ferrara, Tom, 656, 659 Ferrer, Gabriel, 204 Ferrer, José, 202, 204 Ferrer, Miguel, 202, 204 Ferrer, Rafael, 202, 204 ferries, 43, 46, 63, 157, 223, 258, 324–29, 548, 686, 715–16, 742 Ferring, Greg, 974 Ferris, Ezra, 868 Fessenden, Reginald, 743 Feth, Joseph B., 714, 715

Feth, Marcella, 715 Feuss, C. H., Sr., 373 Fewlass, George, 201 Fey, Louis, Rev., 455 Fichter, J. Adam, 84 Ficke, George, 295 Fidelity Investments, 234, 306, 325–27, 508, 676, 870 Fiedler, Max, 263 Field, Anderson, 122 Field, Chris, 340 Field, John, 934 Field, W. C., 615 Fields, Blair, Rev., 459 Fields, John, 493, 596 Fields, Kenneth Gregory “Greg,” 327–28, 657 Fields, N. J., 214 Fields, Raymond, 213 Fields, W. C., 133, 738 Fields, William J., 218, 582, 892 Fift h Th ird Bank, 108, 286, 328, 960 Figgins, Cheri, 708 Fillmore, Millard, 281, 523–24 fi lms/fi lmmaking, 328–29; Henry Bernard Asman, Jr., 41; Robert L. Surtees, 861; Stuart H. Walker, 924. See also art/ artists Filson, John, 90, 284 Finch, James A., 57 Finch, James M., Jr., 57, 596, 951 Finch, James M., Sr., 57 Finchtown, 329 Findsen, Owen, 607 Finger, Maurice, Rev., 446 Fink, Charles, 117 Fink, Mike, 550, 618 Finkenstein, Harry, 863 Finley, John, Maj., 87, 96, 603 Finley, John P., Rev., 46 Finley, John W., 251 Finn, Edith M., 238 Finn, Thomas, Rev. Msgr., 72, 169, 456, 797 Finnell, Carrie Lee, 133 Finnell, John William, Gen., 42, 173, 329–30, 554, 918 Finnell, Nimrod L., 329–30 Finney, Ruth, 18 fire departments, 330–32, 971 fires, 332–33 First Baptist Church: Alexandria, 17, 333; Bellevue, 334; Cold Spring, 57, 207, 334; Covington, 334, 574, 649, 705, 927, 930, 948; Covington (African American), 92, 261, 292, 335, 735; Dayton, 335; Fort Thomas, 336, 944; Ludlow, 336, 567; Maysville, 247, 336, 336–37, 421, 601; Newport, 336–37, 445 First Christian Church: Covington, 273, 337, 537, 855, 966; Mason Co., 272; Maysville, 144, 337–38 First Kentucky Raid, 626 First National Bank and Trust Company of Covington, 240,

INDEX 328, 338–39, 542, 574, 709, 710, 826, 830, 930, 969 First Presbyterian Church, 226; Covington, 213; Maysville, 339, 733; Newport, 291, 339, 733 First Twelve Mile Baptist Church, 339–40 First United Methodist Church of Covington, 241, 322, 340, 475, 577, 616, 828, 882, 927 Firth, Charles F., 340–41 Firth, Jessie Edith Riddell, 340–41, 888, 970 Fischer, Emma, 635 Fischer, Johnnie, 447 fish, 321 Fishback, W. A., 163 Fisher, Carl G., 274 Fisher, David, 341 Fisher, Esther May Kahn, 341 Fisher, George, 353 Fisher, Gustavious, 251 Fisher, John W., 112 Fisher, Peter, 306 Fisher, P. Gilbert, 190 Fisher, Sarah, 112 Fisher, Theodorick, 190 Fisher, Thomas J., 336, 397 fishing, 341–42, 447 Fisk, C. E., 231 Fisk, Charles Henry, 342, 342, 589 Fisk, Clinton B., Maj. Gen., 369, 370, 835 Fisk, Ezra K., 56 Fisk, Harley, 674 Fisk, Harry, 627 Fisk, John Flavel, 342, 596 Fisk, Margaret, 342 Fisk, Wiley, 4 Fiskburg, 342 Fitschen, Nell Wade, 748 Fitschen, Nicholas L., 748 Fitters, Edmond, 591 Fitzer, Herb, 408 Fitzgerald, William, 373 Fitzpatrick, Ida Welsh, 343 Fitzpatrick, Thomas P. “Timmy,” 107, 262, 342–43 Fitzpatrick, Timothy, 342 Fitzsimmons, Bob, 70 five-and-dime stores, 220, 234, 343–44, 623 Flack, Roberta, 152 Flaget, Benedict Joseph, 166 Flagg Springs, 344; Baptist Church, 225, 344, 495, 815 Flaherty, Teresa R. Moon, 675 Flanagan, Edward, 148 Flandrau, Charles, 269, 270 Flandrau, Patty, 269, 270 Flandrau, Sally, 269 Flannery, Michael, 610 Flannery, Patrick Michael, 178, 550, 582, 755, 973 Flatt, Lester, 95 Fleek, Charles Clinton “Chalky,” Sgt., 610, 914 Flege, Charles M., 635 Fleischmann, Julius, 435, 561

Fleischmann, Max C., 561 Fleming, Foster, 509 Fleming, Ian, 200 Fleming, Nathan A., 737 Fleming, Robert H., 752, 754, 807 Flesch, Jerry, 344 Flesch, Lisa, 344 Flesch, Melinda, 344 Flesch, Steve, 344, 408, 890 Fletcher, Curtis, Rev., 776 Fletcher, Ernie, 281, 679, 887 Fletcher, Wolf, 884 Flick, Myrtle, 294 Fling, George, 345 Flingsville, 345 Flint, Frank “Silver,” 64 Flint, Timothy, 702 Flischel, Robert, 750 floods, 941; flood control, 345, 460, 548, 950; Interfaith Commission Flood Relief Program, 675; occurring in 1884, 23, 89, 230, 345, 361, 442, 548, 596, 652, 686, 742, 948; occurring in 1907, 348, 686, 735; occurring in 1913, 23, 120, 239, 348–49, 513, 529, 612, 637, 652, 660, 686, 735, 742, 777, 862, 948; occurring in 1937, 23, 76, 77, 94, 117, 120, 137, 141, 162, 164, 179, 213, 223, 226, 230, 245, 258, 345–47, 352, 400, 418, 420, 421, 422, 440, 447–48, 462, 473, 474, 482, 485, 490, 492, 513, 533, 548, 568, 586, 605, 624, 647, 652, 660, 686, 688, 691, 706, 742, 768, 779, 790, 794, 795, 803, 821, 829, 847–48, 865, 881, 897, 923, 933, 943, 948, 950, 978; occurring in 1964, 282, 347, 519, 548, 605, 706; occurring in 1997, 44, 120, 347–48, 548, 616, 706, 708, 781, 795 flora, 349; medicinal herbs, 610 Flora, Ben, 78 Florence, 350–51; Baptist Church, 197, 351–52, 853; Christian Church, 272, 350, 352; Community Band, 351, 352, 640; Freedom baseball team, 61, 239, 351, 352–53; High School, 353; Industrial Park, 674; Mall, 94, 129, 225, 234, 250, 265, 313, 351, 353, 376, 459, 507, 674; prominent restaurants, 411; Speedway, 353, 878 Florence Miller (gunboat), 44–45 Florer, W. Sharon, 212 Flour Creek Christian Church, 353–54 Flournoy, John James, 712, 713, 867 Flower, Edna, 743 Flowers, April, 153, 232, 385 Floyd, Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy,” 635 Floyd, John, Col., 234 Floyd, Joseph, 964 Flynn, John H., Jr., 743 Flynn, Joseph A., Rev., 775 Flynn, Rick, 383

Foellger, D. Michael “Mickey,” 232 Foley, Bushrod W., 523, 653, 903 Foley, James L., 419, 442, 870 Foley, J. W., 120 Folsom, 354 Foltz, J. Peter, 526 Folz, Carl, 294, 295 Folz, Marie, 294 Fonda, Peter, 927 Fontaine, Lynn, 936 Fontayne, Charles, 724 Fookes, William, 896 football, 25–26, 354–56. See also athletes/athletics Forbes, John, 372 Force, John, 473 Forcen, John R., 3 Ford, Apphia Petty, 356 Ford, Elijah, 354 Ford, Francis “Frank,” 242, 356 Ford, Gerald, 327, 915, 919 Ford, Henry, 390 Ford, James R., 356 Ford, John, 354 Ford, John, Jr., 356 Ford, Lowell, 448 Ford, Mack, 390 Ford, O. B., Rev., 985 Ford, Peter, 390 Ford, R. C. “Bob,” Sr., 698 Ford, Robert Carrick “R. C.,” Jr., 356 Ford, Robert Carrick “R. C.,” Sr., 356 Ford, Sarah Morton, 356 Ford, Wendell, 367, 542, 668, 860 Ford, William Franklin, 3, 252 Forde, Bernadette Testa, 483 Forde, Michael, 483 Ford family, 356 Fore, Joseph, 953 Foreman, Charles, Rev., 757 Foreman, Thomas, 229 Forest Lawn Cemetery, 140, 307, 356–57, 411 Forks of Gunpowder Baptist Church, 357 Forman, Frances, 749 Forman, George L., 975 Forman, Ken, Rev., 937 Forman, Thomas, 229 Forrest, Edwin, 124, 357–58, 510 Forrest, Rebecca Lauman, 357 Forrest, William, 357 Forsee, John S., 305 Forsee, William, 444 Forster, Bruce, 400 Fort Ancient Indian sites, 109, 358, 594, 597, 606, 632, 691, 712, 756 Fort Mitchell, 358–59; Baptist Church, 359, 359–60, 575, 755, 930; Country Club, 266, 358, 360, 408, 435, 447, 647, 711, 885; prominent restaurants, 411 Fortner, Douglas, Rev., 795 Forts: Burnside, 194; Henry, 194; Mitchell, 192, 193; Whittlesey, 194, 954; Wright, 193, 364, 364–65

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Fort Thomas, 360–61; Military Reservation, 19, 25, 60, 106, 124, 125, 155, 183, 194, 208, 354, 360, 361, 361–63, 420, 447, 483, 610, 644, 682, 738, 797, 823, 896, 919, 939, 976, 978, 983; Public Schools, 363–64 Forward Quest Inc., 195, 227, 287, 365–66, 451, 672, 676, 841, 907, 908 Fosdick, Julia Drake, 366 Fosdick, Thomas R., 366 Fosdick, William Whiteman, 366, 557 Foster, 366 Foster, Carl R., 66, 655 Foster, Elizabeth Graham, 59 Foster, Eliza Tomlinson, 366 Foster, George, 7 Foster, H. W., 793 Foster, Israel, 111 Foster, Jedediah, Rev., 367 Foster, Julia Resor, 270 Foster, Leo, 62 Foster, Randolph Sinks, 46, 366, 616 Foster, Stephen Collins, 6, 43, 46, 366–67, 902 Foster, Warren, 799 Foster, William Barclay, 366 Foster, William “Blue,” 355 Foster’s Chapel United Methodist Church, 367 Fothergill, Kathryn, 162 Fothergill, Luther, 159 Fountain Riddell, 142 4-H Clubs, 367 Fouse, Elizabeth Beatrice Cook “Lizzie,” 187, 220, 367–68, 643, 970–71 Fouse, L. B., 83, 293, 335, 825 Fouse, William Henry, 187, 367, 553 Fowler, Benjamin Piatt, 906 Fowler, Jacob, Maj., 199, 368, 651, 873, 905, 963 Fowler, John, 215 Fowler, Richard, 670 Fox, Arthur, Jr., 100, 279, 552, 585 Fox, Arthur, Sr., 543, 588, 935, 936, 937 Fox, Curly, 104 Fox, Mary Young Fox, 543 Fox, William Pepper, 594 Foxworthy, Harry, 376 Foxworthy, John, 376 Foxx, Jimmie, 812 Foys, Roger J., 240, 250, 583, 769, 788, 798 Frable, Jean Hyde, Rev., 758 France, Bill, 141 Francis, Daniel, 309 Francisville, 368 Franck, César, 983 Frank, James, 399, 802 Frank, Joseph, Jr., 338 Frank, Terry, 19 Frank, W. G., 288 Frank Duveneck House, 287, 293 Frankel, Gerson, Rabbi, 863

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Franklin, Benjamin, 87, 589 Franklin, Benjamin, Rev., 141, 397 Franklin, Bryce J., 225 Franklin Academy, 368 Franks, Bruce, 283 Franks, Clyde, 636 Franks, D. A., 635 Franks, Elizabeth, 636, 690 Franks, Jacob, 635, 690 Franks, John, 636 Franks, John Martin, 635 Franxman, Justina, 833 Franz, Edward F., 368 Franz, Frederick William, 368–69, 488 Franz, Ida L., 368 Frateman, Clarence, 5 Frazee, Moses, 27 Frazier, J. W., Rev., 791, 792 Frede, Bill, 78 Fredericks, Charlie, 355 Free, Hobart Lee, 111 Freedmen’s Bureau, 369; Schools, 3, 369–72, 817 Freels, Larry, Rev., 446 Freiberg, Walter A., 534, 775 Freiburg, Julius, 714 Freking, Robert, 656 Fremont, John C., 751 French, Denny, 382 French, Diane, 371 French, Heather Renee, 44, 263, 371, 449, 587, 596, 770 French, Ronni, 371 French, Shirley, 382 French, Stephen, 624 French, Will, 899 French and Indian War, 109, 144, 371–73, 403, 449, 639, 686, 754, 868 Freulker, John Henry, 59 Freulker, John Martin, 59 Friedrich, Johann, 237 Friends of Big Bone (FOBB), 373 Frier, Ann, 419 Frisch, Al, 424 Frisch, Benny, 424 Frisch’s Restaurant, 411 Fritsche, C. G., Rev., 799 Fritz, Felix, 373 Fritz, George, 467 Fritz Mineral Water Company, 373 Froh, George, 89 Froman, Caby M., 398 Fromme, Thomas, Sr., 656 Frost, David, 71, 618 Frost, J. M., Jr., 336 Frost, William Goodell, 323 Fry, Harry O., 141 Fry, Henry, 890 Fry, Richard, 319 Fry, William, 890 Fryman, Woodie, 63 Fulbright, J. William, 892 Fuller, Alex, 3 Fuller, Alexander, 373–74, 899, 900 Fuller, Craig, 739 Fuller, Duncan, 3, 374, 899, 900 Fuller, Earl, 951

Fuller, Ephraim, 374 Fuller, Mercy, 374 Fuller, Sarah, 900 Fuller, Sarah Ann, 374 Fuller, William, 903 Fuller Brothers, 373–74, 899 Fullilove, J. H., 76 Fulner, Ferdinand, 376 Fulton, Andrew, 302 Fulton, Robert, 686 funeral homes, 299, 374–75 Funk, David M., Rev., 789 Funkhouser, W. D., 35, 88, 373 Funt, Allen, 520 furniture and home furnishing stores, 375–77 F. W. Woolworth, 235, 343–44 Gabby, John, 904 Gable, Clark, 469, 615 Gabriel, John Peter, 570 Gaddis, J. C., 806 Gadker, August, Rev., 781 Gadner, Henry, Lt. Col., 362 Gaff, James, 488, 713–14 Gaff, Rachel, 454 Gaff, Thomas, 713–14 Gagnon, Andrew, 836 Gaines, Abner, Col., 350, 378, 379, 451, 507, 928, 960 Gaines, Archibald Kinkead, 329, 379, 757, 837 Gaines, Benjamin Logan, 813 Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, Gen., 294 Gaines, Elizabeth Matthews, 378 Gaines, Eugenia Brady, 813 Gaines, Frank, 613 Gaines, Gabriel J., 952 Gaines, James, 928 Gaines, John Pollard, Maj., 73, 216, 253, 378, 617, 757 Gaines, Logan, 762 Gaines, Mildred, 378 Gaines, Perry J., 164, 762 Gaines, Wallace Arkansas, 5, 374, 378, 378, 496, 737 Gaines, Willie, 627 Gaines House, 813 Gaines Tavern, 378–79, 405, 451, 507, 928 Gainesville. See Idlewild Gaither, Bertie M., 379 Gaither, Gee, 379 Gaither, Rudy C., 379 Gaither, Thomas, 38, 379, 607 Gallatin, Albert, 379, 380 Gallatin, Jean, 379 Gallatin, Sophia, 379 Gallatin Academy, 379–80 Gallatin Co., 380, 381; African Americans in, 7; Berkshire, 81; Brashear, 114; Civil War, 191–92; Courthouse, 380; Ethridge, 312–13; Free Public Library, 380–82, 932; Gex, 396; Glencoe, 404; High School, 380, 382, 383, 933; Napoleon, 643–44; News, 934; Paint Lick,

699; plant nurseries, 383; Port William, 725; post offices, 727–28; Public Schools, 383; railroad depots, 745; sawmills, 807; Sparta, 846–47; Underground Railroad, 899, 900; Warsaw, 932 Gallatin Co. News, 382–83 Galloway, Callie “Malee” Poe, 384 Galloway, Donald P. “Don,” 112, 122, 329, 384 Galloway, Emmaline Arnold, 222 Galloway, G. W., 426, 807 Galloway, J. W., 426 Galloway, Paul, 384 Galvin, Ellen Cronin, 384 Galvin, Grace, 647 Galvin, John, 384 Galvin, Maurice Lee, Jr., 384, 478, 618, 647, 752, 774, 885, 940, 965 Galvin, Maurice, Sr., 384 Gamble, James N., 464 gambling, 86, 98, 199, 384–86, 410, 513, 591, 652 Gangelback, Christian, 815 Gano, Aaron, 155, 299, 386 Gano, John, Sr., 386 Gano, John Stites, Maj. Gen., 155, 233, 299, 386, 549, 720 Gano, Richard Montgomery, Maj., 155, 233, 299, 549, 720, 931 Gano, Sarah Stites, 386 Gano-Southgate House, 8, 155, 240, 386, 549, 843, 903 Garber, Philip, Rev., 784 Garber, Vicki, Rev., 405 Garbo, Greta, 469 Garcia, Jerry, 603 Garden of Hope, 386, 858 Gardiner, George, 120 Gardiner, Harry H., 799 Gardiner, John J., 120 Gardner, Jackson H., 718 Gardner, John W., 261 Gardner, Olive Augusta, 561 Gardnersville, 386–87 Garfield, James A., 195, 378 Garner, Don, 159 Garner, John “Mack,” 387, 538 Garner, Margaret, 4, 7, 8, 33, 330, 387, 556, 576, 757, 768, 834, 836, 837, 900, 903 Garner, Robert, 387, 836 Garner, Sarah Clements, 387 Garner, T. F. “Dode,” 387 Garner, Zev, 387 Garnett, Robert, 76 Garnick, Al, 661 Garrard, Emma, 356 Garrard, James, 356, 452, 633, 867, 889 Garrard, Thomas L., 625 Garrett, Peter, 659 Garrison, Bill, 76 Garrison, William Lloyd, 2, 32, 33 Garvey, James P., 140, 308, 356 Gasdorf, Alfred, 387, 744 Gasdorf, Conrad, 387 Gasdorf, Elizabeth Machinot, 387

Gasdorf, Merle, 387 Gasdorf Music Publishing Company, 387, 640 gas lighting and gasworks, 388 Gastreich, Catherine Borgman, 388 Gastreich, Fredrick, 388 Gastright, Hank, 62, 388 Gates, Bob, 670 Gateway Community and Technical College, 184, 259, 365, 388–89, 463, 701, 779 Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital, 389, 463 Gatewood, Hugh, 592 Gaulding, G. P., 426 Gault, John, 379 Gaunt, Alfred R., 389 Gaunt, Amanda, 389–90 Gaunt, John E., 389 Gaunt, John R., 389 Gaunt, Nancy, 389 Gaunt, Nicholas, 389 Gaunt, Wheeling, 3, 389–90, 836 Gausepohl, Joseph, 508 Gay, Marvin N., 639 Gayle, James, 390 Gayle, John, 650 Gayle, June Ward, 143, 214, 217, 390, 847 Gayle, Melissa, 230 Gayle, Sallie Green, 390 Gaynor, Mitzi, 748 gays/gay rights, 186, 273–74, 390–91, 525–26 G. C. Murphy stores, 343 Gearding, Jack, 355 Geaslen, Chester F., 391, 450, 546 Geaslen, Clara, 391 Gebhart, Mrs., 138 Gedge, Carrie H., 238 Gedge, F. C., 482 Gedge, F. G., 184 Gedge, Frederick, 56 Gedge, George, 716 Gedge, L. H., 481 Gedge, Lillie B., 238 Gedge, W. H., 554 Gegan, Dorothy, 83 Gehrig, Harry, 237 Geier, Oscar W., 391 Geiger, M., 237 Geisbauer, Charles, 117 Geise, George Edward, 501 Geisen, Gerhard H., Rev., 775 General Butler State Resort Park, 137, 138, 156, 157, 223, 391–92, 617 Gene Snyder Airport, 15, 392 Genheimer, Robert, 36 geology, 289–90, 392–93, 515, 548, 551, 583 George, Phyllis, 1 Gerard, Stephen R., 704, 899, 900 Gerding, Judi, 720 Gerding, William, 779 German, Fergus, 815 German Americans, 149, 166, 282, 394–95, 411, 570–71, 616, 641,

INDEX 784, 792–93, 794, 798, 806, 810–11, 867, 950, 975 German-American State Alliance, 394–95 Germantown, 395–96; Christian Church, 144, 396; Fair, 13 Gerner, David, 485 Gerrety, James P., Rev., 780 Gerry House, 230 Gershwin, George, 204 Gerstrein, P., 237 Gerulaitis, Vitas, 542 Gess, James, 444 Gesser, Tony, 865 Gex, 396 Gex, A. L., 397 Gex, Antoine, 396 Gex, Cyrene, 396 Gex, John Anthony, 396 Gex, Lucien C., 397 Gex Landing, 7, 396–97, 398 Gex Landing Incident, 191, 192, 396–97 Gezowsky, Joseph, Rev., 783 Ghent, 397–98; Baptist Church, 247, 397, 398–99, 497; College, 398, 399; High School, 399; Power Plant, 732; Second Baptist Church, 7, 398, 399 Ghyoot, John, 576 Giancola, Archangelo, 483 Giancola, Carl, 483 Giancola, Eugene “Gene,” 483 Giancola, Frank, 483 Giancola, Josephine, 35 Giancola, Julius, 483, 724 Giancola, Paschal, 483 Giancola, Pasquale, 35 Giancola, Rufi na Armenti, 483 Gibbons, James Cardinal, 576 Gibbons, Michael J., 181 Gibbs, Clinton, 399 Gibbs, Frances, 399 Gibeau, Arlene, 156 Gibeau, Richard, 509 Gibson, C. R., 400 Gibson, George, 400 Gibson, James O., 249 Gibson, Mathew, 4 Gibson, Nelson, 4 Gibson, Robert (author), 224 Gibson, Robert (Gibson Greeting Cards), 400 Gibson, Robert H. (Gibson Wine Company), 401 Gibson, Samuel, 400 Gibson, Stephen, 400 Gibson Greeting Cards Inc., 320, 400–401 Gibson Wine Company, 401 Giegler, G. W., Rev., 666 Gilbert, A. W., 56 Gilbert, Henry, 190 Gilforos, John, 429 Gill, Sarah Jane, 499 Gill, Vince, 739 Gillespie, Anna Riley, 401 Gillespie, Corene, 402 Gillespie, Dizzy, 640

Gillespie, Haven, 387, 401–2, 479, 576, 636, 640, 917 Gillespie, James, 401 Gillespie, Robert “Butch,” 670 Gilliam, Alvin, 178 Gilliam, Charles, 120 Gilliland, James, 4 Gillman, Sid, 698 Gilmore, James, 240 Gilmore, Virginia Diller, 200 Gilrath, Earl, 779 Giltner, David, 3, 252 Giltner, Francis, 252, 468, 899 Giltner, Gideon B., 190 Giltner, Henry L., Col., 190, 448, 851 Ginn, J. G., 807 Ginn, Robert, 178 Girard, Stephen, 3 Girl Scouts, 297, 402, 537, 794 Giroux, Robert, 877 Girty, Simon, 79, 89, 144, 208, 402–3, 503, 754, 768, 959 Gish, Lillian, 614 Gist, Christopher, 6, 87, 157, 361, 371, 403, 505, 548, 549, 585, 603, 719, 725, 834, 919. See also Christopher Gist Historical Society Gist, Richard, 403 Gist, Zipporah, 403 Gjerde, Alan, 379 Gjerde, Stephanie, 379 glaciers, 393, 403–4, 515, 548, 685 Glaser, HIlda, 245 Glegg, George, 562 Glencoe, 404; Baptist Church, 404–5 Glenn, Dudley A., 405 Glenn, Hershel, 7 Glenn, Jeremiah “Jerry,” 405 Glenn, Louisa Yelton, 405 Glenn, Lucy, 405 Glenn Hotel, 748 Glenwood Hall Airport, 15 Glier, Robert L., 546 Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 405, 571, 701 Gobin, H. A., 926 Goddard, Christopher M., 437 Goddard, Judith, 288 Godman, Mayme Bowie, 800 Godman, Paul, 800 Goebbels, Joseph, Rev., 481, 777 Goebel, Anthony, Rev., 783, 975–76 Goebel, Augusta, 405 Goebel, William Justice, 100, 184, 244, 262, 263, 284, 405–7, 429, 477, 505, 514, 608, 642, 685, 724, 752, 825, 826 Goebel, William (Wilhelm), 405 goetta, 209, 254, 395, 407, 420, 546 Goetz, Carl, 359 Goetz, Christina, 569 Goetz, Esther, 569 Goetz, Mary A., 568, 569 Goetz, Steve, 659, 661, 662 Goetze, A. F., 715 Goetzman, Bruce, 630, 631 Goforth, 827 Goforth, Mary, 386

Goforth, William, 35, 88, 280, 368, 407, 546, 611, 935, 936 Goforth, William, Sr., 407 Goins, Melvin, 95 Goldberg, Jennie Yanfaki, 408 Goldberg, Max H., 407–8, 637, 937 Goldberg, Solomon, 408 Goldblum, Jeff, 719 Golden, Doc, 164 Goldkamp, Louis, 693 Goldsmith, Phillip, 884 Gold Valley, 408 golf, 89, 408–9 Goller, Bill, 456 Gooch, Benjamin, 904 Gooch, Daniel Linn, 217, 262, 409, 772 Gooch, Elise, 845 Gooch, Elizabeth, 845 Good, C. H., 847 Good, Graham, Rev., 563 Good, Joseph, 612 Good, Katherine “Katie,” 288 Good, Sandra Coldiron, 207 Goode, Irv, 102, 355, 438 Goodell, William, 52 Goodenough, Daniel P., 212 Goodman, Benny, 487 Goodman, John A., 721 Goodman, Michael, 723 Goodman, R. Michael, 417 Goodrich, B. F., 269, 270 Goodrich, Grace Edwards, 951 Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 409, 571 Goodson, John A., Maj., 379 Goodson, Mary Jane, 154 Goodwill Industries, 266, 409–10 Goodwin, Mary, 978 Goodwin, Samuel, 978 Goorian, Leonard, 872, 980 Gordon, Alexander, Maj., 54 Gordon, Dennis A., 670 Gordon, George, Capt., 206, 544 Gordon, Henry, 317 Gorey, James L., 473 Gorno, Albino, 554 Goshorn, Larry, 739 Goshorn, Tim, 739 Goslin, William, 485 Gosney, E. C., 111, 544 Gosney, Marion “Pete,” 120 Goss, James Hamilton, 131 Gottlieb, Fred, 568 Gouge, Eliza Clark, 174 Gouge, James, 583 Gourmet Strip, 59, 116, 309, 410–11, 424, 563, 701 Goutier, Calvin, 50 Grace United Church of Christ, 411 Grace United Methodist Church, 263, 312, 412, 576, 773, 799, 846, 850, 906, 950, 976, 982 Gragston, Arnold, 3, 31, 370, 904 Graham, Allen E., Rev., 3 Graham, Billy, 755, 756 Graham, Martha A., 324 Graham, Ruth, 981 Grandstaff, Clara, 552

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Grandview Gardens, 412 Grannis, Sue Ellen, 712 Grant, Cary, 770 Grant, Frederick, 198 Grant, J. A. G., 782 Grant, Jesse Root, 198, 340, 395, 412–13 Grant, J. Frank, 806 Grant, John, Col., 144, 413, 417, 652, 712, 867, 964 Grant, Margery Verner, 416 Grant, Noah, 412 Grant, Peter, 32, 412, 597, 599 Grant, Rachel Kelly, 412 Grant, Rebecca Boone, 413 Grant, Samuel, 413 Grant, Squire, Gen., 144, 413, 444, 951, 964 Grant, Ulysses S., 149, 198, 324, 340, 395, 412, 484, 495, 519, 555, 569, 596, 597, 599, 647, 770, 922, 926, 936, 981, 982 Grant, William, II, 416–17 Grant, William Letcher, 63, 91, 262, 413, 413, 416, 552, 736 Grant, W. T., 344 Grant Co., 413–15; African Americans in, 7; animal shelter, 415; Blanchet, 93; Cartersville, 164; Cherry Grove, 174; Cordova, 225–26; Corinth, 226; Courthouse, 961; Crittenden, 251; Curtis Gates Lloyd Wildlife Area, 253; Delia, 261; Deposit Bank, 415, 497; Downingsville, 280; Dry Ridge, 283; Elliston, 298–99; Flingsville, 345; Folsom, 354; Gold Valley, 408; gristmills, 425; Hanks, 430; Heekin, 439; High School, 226, 251, 284, 415, 439; Holbrook, 454; Jonesville, 497; Keefer, 499; Lawrenceville, 539; Mason, 583; Mount Zion, 635–36; New Eagle Mills/Wither’s Mills, 649; News, 961; Park, 415, 559; post offices, 728; Public Library, 415–16, 547, 963; Public Schools, 416; railroad depots, 745; sawmills, 807; Sherman, 824; Shiloh, 825; Stewartsville, 855; Stringtown, 857; Williamstown, 960–61; Zion Station, 985–86 Grant Co. News, 415 Grant Family, 144, 416–17 Grant Manor Health Care Center, 417 Grants Lick, 417, 548 Grass Hills, 417–18, 800, 801, 802 Grassy Creek Christian Church, 264, 418 Gratz, 418 Gratz, Benjamin, 489 Grause, Laurence, 508 Graves, Absalom, 130 Graves, Bartlett, 13, 307, 418, 721 Graves, Isabel Bartlett, 418 Graves, John, 867

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Graves, Lorenzo, 191 Graves, Peter, 71, 618 Graves, Raymond Absalem, 333 Graves, Reuben, 713 Graves, Thomas, 418 Graveson, Isaac, 240 Grawe, William, 237 Gray, Ann, 419 Gray, Anthony, 419 Gray, Edward, 196 Gray, F., 974 Gray, Glen, 402 Gray, J., 137 Gray, James, 419 Gray, John, 441, 654 Gray, Presley, 452 Gray, Ralph, 419, 441, 442, 443 Gray, Robert, 408 Gray, Simon, 3 Gray, William, 138 Grayson, Charles Merwin, III, “Trey,” 274, 419, 753 Grayson, Charles Merwin, Jr., 419 Grayson, Susan Rhodes, 419 Graziani, Benjamin F., 419, 483 Graziani, Charles, 334, 419, 483 Graziani, Emma Sanham, 419 Great Depression, 54, 57, 124, 245, 419–20, 660, 729, 730, 880, 907 Greathouse, William, 4, 904 Great Raid, 626–27 Green, Eleanor, 843 Green, Elisha W., Rev., 6, 85, 85, 420–21, 593, 595, 814, 836, 905 Green, Henrietta Bruce, 125, 822 Green, Hildreth, 280 Green, John, 421 Green, Luther, 699 Green, M. A., 304, 305 Green, Molly Marshall, 497 Green, Patrick, 890 Green, Richard, 125, 822 Greenberg, Adrian, 376 Greenberg, Sam, 376 Green Derby Restaurant, 421 Greene, Christopher Becker, 422 Greene, Frank C., 698 Greene, Gordon Christopher, Capt., 422 Greene, Henry Wilkins, 422 Greene, John, Rev., 985 Greene, Jonathan, 985 Greene, Mary Becker, 422, 549, 687, 970 Greene, Thomas, 310, 422 Greene Line Steamboat Company, 79, 92 Green Line, 232, 258, 276, 277, 291, 308, 361, 479, 732, 759–60, 827, 831–32, 856, 865, 886, 948 Green Line Transit Company, 93, 275, 276, 312, 346–47, 422–23, 568, 772, 817, 886 Greenup, Christopher, 69, 811 Greenway, Isabella F., 270 Greenway, Isabella Selmes, 263, 423–24 Greenway, John, 270 Greenway, John C. “Jack,” 270, 423

Greenway, John Selmes, 270 Greenway, Tilden R., 423 Greenwood, 424 Greenwood, Miles, 308, 654 Greer, Alexander L., 480, 554, 589, 950 Greer, Dan, 739 Gregg, Everett, 802 Gregg, Frank, 645, 904 Gregg, John D., 4 Gregg, Mary Beth, 945 Gregory, H. D., 752 Gregory, W. F., Rev., 412 Greifenkamp, Bernard, Rev., 777 Greis, John, 612 Greisser, Richard, 117 Greyhound Tavern, 411, 424, 883 Gries, John, 59 Griffi n, Dennis, 424 Griffi n, Don, 187 Griffi n, Eliza, 495 Griffi n, G. S., Rev., 666 Griffi n, John Lawrence, 424 Griffi n, Rosellen Van Nest, 424 Griffi n, S. P., 934 Griffi n, Will S., 934 Griffi ng, B. N., 906 Griffi n Industries, 207, 424, 743 Griffith, C. S., 263 Griffith, D. W., 614, 615 Griff y, E. L., Rev., 214 Grigsby, Bert C., 752 Grimes, Benjamin, 390 Grimes, John, 592 Grimes, Matthew, 209 Grimes, Noelle Higdon, 209 Grimm, Gallus, 40, 717–18 Grimm, Walter, 871 Grinstead, William, 599 Gripsover, Bernard, 795 Gripsover, Lawrence, 795 Grisham, Jesse Robert, 195 Grisham, Virginia Louis Kenney, 195 gristmills, 55, 425–26 Grizzle, Elam, 339 Grobmeyer, Henry, 785 Grobmyer, Mary Bruce, 749 Grobmyer, Nancy Jo, 749 Groege, John C., 262 Groening, M. A., 846 Groesbeck, H. J., 438 Groesbeck, William S., 46 Grogger, Jeff rey T., 730 Grome, Francis, 777 Gross, Melvin E., Brig. Gen., 50 Grosse, W. Jack, 174 Grosser, Elmer, 455, 819 Grote, Joseph, 30 Grote, Leonard “Leo,” 168, 631 Grote, William “Bill,” 426 Grote, William D., 426 Grote Manufacturing Company, 77, 376, 426 Grover, Asa Porter, 216, 426 Grubbs, Angie, 408 Grubbs, Claude, 622 Grubbs, Mary C. Highway, 19 Grubbs, Wallace, 5

Gruelle, Orie P., 283 Grumbie, Margaret, 840 Grundy, Andrew January, 486, 600 Gruppe, Emile, 603 Gubser, John, 426 Gubser’s Mill, 426, 806 Guerrant, Edward, O., 190 Guerrea, Frank “Midge,” 107, 865 Guiguid, Rex, 592 Guilfoyle, George, 204 Guilfoyle, Mark, 262 Guilfoyle, Patrick, 473, 657, 692 Guill, John, 649 Gulick, Richard, 716 Gulley, Robert, 425 Gullion, E. A., 160, 164 Gullion, W. B., 160, 735 Gully, J. W., 897 Gum Lick Baptist Church, 427 Gumm, Nanny, 912 gunpowder, 427, 627 Gurewitz, David, Rabbi, 863 Gustave, Victor Gabriel, 106 Gutenberg, Johann, 985 Gutfrund, Ed, 341 Guth, Walter C., 76 Guthrie, Joseph, 357 Guthrie, J. T., 162 Gutridge, John, 935 Guzik, Jacob “Greasy Thumb,” 563 gypsies, 207, 427–28, 821, 978 Haacke, Henry, Rev., 42, 90, 212, 533 Haas, Adam, 823 Haas, David, 341 Haberle, Henry, 120 Haeusler, Claude, 237 Hafen, Otto, 797 Hagan, Isadore, 308 Hagedorn, Ann, 2 Hagedorn, Bill, 427 Hagemeyer, C. C., 807 Hagen, Anita, 72 Haggard, Sarah Spoonmore Salyers, 800 Hagin, Joseph W., Rev., 575 Haglage, Alma K., 520 Hagman, Larry, 972 Hahn, Goldie, 748 Hahn, Jacob, 201 Hahn Hotel, 410 Haigen, Marty, 341 Haigis, William, 612 Haile, Carol Ann Homan, 429 Haile, Mary Neal Donoho, 429 Haile, Ralph B., 429, 672, 674 Haile, Ralph V., 429, 710, 909 Haines, William, 4, 905 Hais, Charlie, 546 Haithcock, Keith, Rev., 786 Hake, Harry, 240, 338, 709, 871, 924 Halbert, William P., 335 Haldeman, H. R. “Bob,” 985 Haldeman, Walter N., 596 Hale, James J., 288 Hale, William Robert Thomas, Rev., 60 Haley, Abner, 111

Haley, C. R., 121 Halfway House, 275, 429 Hall, Catherine Presley Thornton, 430 Hall, Elizabeth, 598 Hall, Gary Lee, Pfc., 915 Hall, Henry, 430 Hall, Howard, 437 Hall, Ida Herndon, 723 Hall, James, 634 Hall, James Baker, 557, 603, 860, 985 Hall, James C., 261 Hall, James H., Jr., 288 Hall, James H., Sr., 288 Hall, John, 643, 723, 901 Hall, John H., 288, 598 Hall, John Wortham, Jr., 430 Hall, John Wortham, Sr., 429–30 Hall, Joseph, 4, 899, 901 Hall, Kevin, 259 Hall, Manly P., 522 Hall, Mary Thornton, 430, 890 Hall, Norma Georgorie, 915 Hall, Robert, 575 Hall, Sallie S., 598 Hall, Samuel, 288 Hall, Seldon, 915 Hall, Susan, 3 Hall, S. X., Rev., 934 Hall, Walker C., 867 Hall, William H., 598 Hallam, 429 Hallam, H. C., 262 Hallam, James R., 53, 429 Hallam, O. B., 356 Hallam, Robert, 429 Hallam, Theodore Frelinghuysen, 406, 429, 436, 641–42 Halleck, Henry W., Gen., 518, 626, 703 Haller, Glen, 421 Haller, Jacob, 421 Haller, John “Jack,” 421 Haller, Mollie, 421 Haller, Ron, 421 Hall Family of Covington, 429–30 Halsey, William F. “Bull,” 11 Ham, Joel, 136 Ham, Ken, 29 Hambrick, Amanda, 497 Hambrick, Leroy, 356 Hambrick, Margarita, 497 Hamburg, John G., 162 Hamilton, 430 Hamilton, Alexander, 7 Hamilton, Allen Eugene, 404 Hamilton, Betsy, 902 Hamilton, Ella, 489 Hamilton, George, IV, 257 Hamilton, H., 190 Hamilton, Henry, 754 Hamilton, James C., 489 Hamilton, Joe, 430 Hamilton, John R, 430 Hamilton, Lewis, 3, 899, 900 Hamilton, Mary E., 426 Hamilton, Matilda, 323 Hamilton, M. D., 497

INDEX Hamilton, Nancy E., 912 Hamilton, Nannie, 929 Hamilton, Vincent, 4 Hamilton, William, 4 Hamilton Lodge No. 354, 906 Hamlish, Marvin, 744 Hamm, Richard L., 338 Hammer, Armand, 284 Hammer, Carolyn, 985 Hammerstein, Oscar, 828 Hammon, James, 430 Hammon, John, 430 Hammon, Margaret McGibney “Aunt Marge,” 570 Hammon, Mary Hargiss, 430 Hammon, Stratton Owen, 430 Hammons, Michael, 262, 365, 672 Hamner, Earl, 501 Hamon, J. Hill, 985 Hampel, Alouise, 563 Hampton, Preston, 872 Hancock, Forest, 210 Hancock, Genevieve, 319 Hancock, John, 589 Hand, James, 141 Handy, Christopher W., 710 Handy, W. C., 97, 710 Hankins, Elizabeth, 568 Hanks, 430 Hanks, Allen, 162 Hanks, Tom, 812 Hann, Charles, Rev., 9 Hanna, E. H., 338 Hanna, O., 975 Hanna, Philip, 643 Hannaford, Charles Edward, 430, 430–31, 693 Hannaford, Harvey Eldridge, 430, 430–31 Hannaford, Mary Northcott, 430–31 Hannaford, Roger, 430–31 Hannaford, Samuel, 19, 176, 228, 247, 436, 517, 755, 777, 927. See also Samuel Hannaford and Sons Hannegan, Edward Allen, 518 Hanneken, Theodore Joseph, 254, 330 Hansel, Ray, 317 Hansell, John, 4, 899, 901 Hansell, Thomas, 4, 899, 901 Hanselman, Jay, 968 Hanses, Henry, Rev., 783 Hanshue, H. W., Rev., 789 Hanson, Frank, 425 Hanson, John G., 4 Harbaugh, David, Rev., 439, 459 Harbord, J. G., 743 Hardeman, Florence E., 431 Hardeman, Frank, 431 Hardeman, Thomas W., Capt., 431 Hardenbergh, Anne Power, 732 Hardin, Jacob, 721 Hardin, P. Wat, 406 Hardin, Rachel Allen, 431 Hardin, Thomas Jefferson, Jr., 431–32 Hardin, Thomas Jefferson, Sr., 431

Hardin, William David, 431–32, 624 Harding, Duncan, 432, 511, 633, 765 Harding, Elizabeth Whitehead, 432 Harding, Myron, 4 Harding, Walter, 821 Harding, Warren G., 783, 839, 973, 976 Hardscrabble. See Cherry Grove Hardymon, J. F., 338 Hargraves, Annie Leona Thomas, 8, 432, 903 Hargraves, William Frederick “Billy,” Jr., Col., 8, 432 Hargraves, William Frederick, Sr., 432 Harlan, John Marshall, 964 Harlow, Jean, 469, 615 Harmar, Josiah, 558 Harmeyer, Catherine, 432 Harmeyer, Frederick Joseph “Fred,” 432 Harmeyer, Henry H., 432 Harmeyer, James Joseph, 432 Harmeyer, Mary, 432 Harmeyer Paint Company, 258, 432–33 Harmon, French B., 360 Harmon, Z., 43 Harms, Gus, 388 Harper, E. L., 663 Harper, Greg, 74 Harper, Kenneth F. “Ken,” 753 Harpold, Eva, 78 Harrell, Edythe, 415 Harremeier, John, 807 Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum, 433, 519, 556 Harrington, Michael, 730 Harris, A., 37 Harris, Chapman, Rev., 3, 24, 25, 899 Harris, Charles, 845 Harris, Edward, 938 Harris, Elgin, 412 Harris, Eliza, 836 Harris, Henry C., Col., 756 Harris, Henry, Rev., 791 Harris, Herman L., 815 Harris, H. T., 897 Harris, I. O., 164 Harris, Ira R., 120 Harris, James W., 814 Harris, Julie, 936 Harris, Keturah Taylor, 868, 869, 870 Harris, Lemuel R., 164 Harris, Leonard A., Col., 148 Harris, Linda, 762 Harris, Mariah Louise, 756 Harris, Mary, 815 Harris, Mitchell, 384 Harris, Morris, 863 Harris, Oscar, 762 Harris, Owen, 762 Harris, Patsy, 899 Harris, Paul, 772 Harris, Peter, 893

Harris, Theodore “Ted,” 668 Harris, Virginia Moss, 910 Harris, William, 802 Harris, Wynonie, 487 Harrisburgh Academy/Owen College, 433, 563, 877 Harris Creek Baptist Church, 433–34 Harrison, Benjamin, 378, 484 Harrison, Clarissa Pike, 859 Harrison, Henry Thomas “Harry,” 434, 446 Harrison, John Cleves Symmes, 859 Harrison, John, Jr., Rev., 445 Harrison, Joseph Cabell, 4, 757 Harrison, Montgomery Pike, Lt., 194 Harrison, Mrs. John, 39 Harrison, T. O., Rev., 846 Harrison, W. Baxter, 177 Harrison, William Henry, 38, 60, 70, 88, 131, 170, 173, 179, 265, 294, 379, 444, 493, 503, 512, 655, 756, 757, 859, 931, 936 Harrod, Jacob, 394 Harrod, James, 725 Harrod, John, 95, 207, 434 Harrod, Nancy Van Arsdale, 434 Harrod, Rufus C., 434 Harsha, William H., 958. See also William H. Harsha Bridge Harsin, George, 562 Harter, Janie, 708 Harter, W. C., Rev., 459 Hartke, Harry, 861 Hartman, Lafayette, 305 Hartman, Mary Matilda, 702 Hartman, Ralph, 630 Hartmann, Katherin, 151 Hartmann, Norbert, 151 Harton, William, 571 Harvard Piano Company, 258, 434–35, 640, 770, 923 Harvier, Ernest, 733 Harwood, C. W., 568 Harwood, Edward, 4 Harwood, Grace, 568 Harwood, Laura, 762 Haskins, R. W., 802 Hasrcuin, Lee, 214 Hasse, John Edward, 744 Hasson, William, 258 Hatch, George H., 194, 626 Hatfield, Amelia, 435 Hatfield, Henry C., 435 Hatfield, James Tobias “J. T.,” 108, 205, 293, 360, 435, 628, 807, 897 Hatfield, Jerry, 831 Hatfield, John, 3 Hatfield, Margaret, 335 Hathaway, Asahel, 140, 356 Hathaway, Eliza Jane, 435 Hathaway, Hannibal Chase, 435 Hathaway, Henry, Jr., 435, 903 Hatters, R. N., 425 Hauck, Owen, 17, 355 Hauer, Isaac, 490 Hauer, John, 424 Hauer, Michael, 462

1015

Hauesler, Claude, 969 Hause, Richard A., 112 Hauser, Earl “Yellow,” 354 Hauser, Samuel T., 317 Haustermann, Joseph, Rev., 786, 795 Haut, Walter, Lt., 905 Havelow, Ollie B., 737 Haviland, Laura S., 4, 836, 899 Havlin, John, 296 Haw, James, 938 Hawes, Harry Bartow, 435–36, 436 Hawes, Ida May Thompson, 972 Hawes, James Morrison, Brig. Gen., 435, 436, 436, 446, 972 Hawes, Lee, 972 Hawes, Louisa, 758 Hawes, Richard, 436, 801 Hawes, Smith Nicholas, 63, 64, 435, 436, 436 Haweson, Hattie Morrison Nicholas, 436 Hawkins, Brenda, 380, 382 Hawkins, Edward W., 128 Hawkins, Erskine, 487 Hawkins, James, 247, 725 Hawkins, John T., 847 Hawkins, J. Russell, 952 Hawkins, J. W., 187, 226 Hawkins, Louisa, 150 Hawkins, Martin, 247, 592, 835 Hawkins, O. D., 294 Hawkins, R. W., 626 Hawkins, Sir John, 136 Hawkins Kirby House, 933, 934 Hawley, Francis, 4 Hawthorne, Harry Leroy, Col., 609 Hawthorne, Jacob, 361 Hay, John, 964 Hay, Lawrence, 338 Hay, William, 336 Hayden, Harriet, 836 Hayden, Jo, 836 Hayden, Lewis, 4, 836 Hayden, Samuel, 317 Hayes, Edgar, 487 Hayes, Helen, 614 Hayes, Lucy, 826 Hayes, Ray, 184 Hayes, Robert Ehmet, 103, 382, 508, 630, 778, 790, 812 Hayes, Rutherford B., 826, 854 Hayes, Timothy, 436 Hayes, Woody, 355 Hayes Station, 436 Haygood, Falvin, Rev., 9 Haymond, R. Waldron, 383 Hayne, Russ, Rev., 340 Hayswood Hospital, 125, 247, 431, 436–37, 463, 596, 601, 606, 711, 831 Hayworth, Rita, 469 Hazel, Robert, 557, 860 Hazelrigg, Elizabeth, 484 Hazelring, James, 162 Hazen, Alice Evelyn Mabry, 437 Hazen, Burton, 83, 98, 257 Hazen, Evelyn Montgomery, 437 Hazen, Lewis, 83, 257

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Hazen, Rush Strong, 437 Head, John Alfred, 624, 893 Healthpoint Family Care, 437, 535, 546 hearing-impaired. See deaf and hearing-impaired Hearn, Lafcadio, 321 Hearne, Cannon, 437 Hearne, J. D., 242 Hearne, Jonathan David, 242, 340, 437–38, 450, 577, 982 Hearne, Sallie, 437 Hearthstone, 411 Heaverin, Thomas, 109 Hebron, 438; High School, 102, 354, 438; Lutheran Church, 438, 438–39, 571 Hechinger, Ferdinand, 460 Hechinger, Hattie Oridge, 460 Heck, Barbara, 616 Heckewelder, Johann, 394 Hedges, John, Capt., 551, 595 Heekin, 439 Heermance, M., 715 Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 767 Hegenauer, John V., 655 Hehl, Frank, 440 Hehl, Lambert Lawrence, Jr., 146, 211, 439, 440, 657 Hehl, Lambert Lawrence, Sr., 439, 439–40, 657 Hehl, Martha Daly, 439 Hehl, Mary Wilderley, 440 Hehl, Pat Zint, 439 Hehl, Virginia, 440 Heidelberg Brewing Company, 67–68 Heidt, Horace, 736 Heil, David D., Rev., 776 Heil, Ken, 59 Heileman, J. G., 74 Hein, Paul, 875 Heinrich, Johann, 237 Heisand, H. H., 167 Heiselman, Ervin G., 788 Heist, John, 120 Heit, Abraham, 394 Heitzman, Clarence, Rev., 797 Held, George B., 708 Helena, 440 heliports, 16 Hellebusch, Bernard H. F., 440–41, 631, 640, 867 Hellman, Don, Rev., 674 Hellmann, Clemens, 807 Helm, Ben Hardin, Gen., 125 Helm, Charles John, Jr., 89, 232, 441, 847, 926 Helm, Charles John, Sr., 188, 441 Helm, Francis T., 441 Helm, Frank, 612 Helm, Frank P., 338, 461 Helm, Hubbard, 612 Helm, John L., 59, 854 Helm, Louise, 441 Helm, Sallie B. McKinney, 441 Helman, H. H., 546 Helwig, Bill, 304

Hemingray, Ann, 441, 826 Hemingray, Daniel C., 442 Hemingray, Joseph C., 419, 442 Hemingray, Mary Ann, 826 Hemingray, Mary Carroll, 826 Hemingray, Ralph G., 442 Hemingray, Robert, 96, 419, 441–42, 442, 443, 826 Hemingray, Samuel J., 419, 442 Hemingray, William, 441 Hemingray Glass Company, 96, 121, 246, 419, 441, 442, 442–43, 574, 754, 826, 871, 884, 927 Hemingway, Ernest, 176 Hemmer, Paul, 129 hemp, 770 Henderson, Andrew, 938 Henderson, Charles L., 443, 581 Henderson, Fletcher, 487 Henderson, Howard J., 52 Henderson, Leslie, 668 Henderson, Mary, 978 Henderson, Nannie, 978 Henderson, Robert, Rev., 777 Henderson, R. S., Lt., 106 Henderson, Thomas, Rev., 251, 443 Henderson-Rouse Tavern, 443 Hendly, Charles, 751 Hendrickson, Robert L., 541 Hendrix, Bobbie, 383 Hendrix, J. L., 404 Hendrix, Walter “Jeff,” 872 Henke, H., Rev., 798 Henn, Eric, 654 Henri, Robert, 29, 204 Henry, Alfred, 390 Henry, Charles, 226 Henry, Frederick V., 443 Henry, Heather Renee French. See French, Heather Renee Henry, Joseph, 743 Henry, Josephine Williamson, 443–44, 960, 970, 972 Henry, Mary Stubblefield, Sr., 125 Henry, O., 667 Henry, Patrick, 73, 176, 196, 499, 754 Henry, Rita, 226 Henry, Ronald, 893 Henry, Steve, 44, 263, 371, 587, 770 Henry, William, Capt., 443, 964 Henry II (Emperor of Germany, 781 Henry VIII (King of England), 307 Hensen, Carl, 934 Hensley, Claude E., 550, 903 Hensley, Howell B., 76 Henson, Llewellyn L., 334 Hentschel, William E., 510 Hepburn, Katherine, 469 Herbert, Victor, 263 herbs, 610 Herfel, Gary, 408 Herget, Marie, 280 Hering, Otto, 790 Heringhaus, Henry, Rev., 778 Heritage Academy, 444, 709 Herman, Woody, 920 Hermann, August, 561 Hermes, Joseph, 701

Herndon, E. H., 593 Herndon, Elijah, 444, 938 Herndon, Emanuel, 12 Herndon, Frances Thompson, 444 Herndon, James, 31, 302, 632 Herndon, John Louis, 12, 976 Herndon, Lewis, 444, 632 Herndon, Lizzie, 820 Herndon, Mary, 12 Herndon, Mary Gregg, 444 Herndon, Robert, 444, 699 Herold, John, 974–75 Herrick, C. C., 224 Herring, E. F., Lt. Gen., 11 Herrmann, Erica A., 650 Herrmann, Gerry, 63 Herrmann, Maximillan, 650 Herschede, Frank, 955 Hershfield, Larry, 444 Hershfield, Olive S. Vail, 444 Herting, Johanna, 767 Hertz, Heinrich, 743 Hervieu, Auguste, 132 Herzog, Clifford Blair, 92 Herzog, Michael, Rev., 777 Hesler, 444 Hesler, Jacob, 444 Hester, Cleo Gillis, 621 Hester, Raymond, 376 Heth, Henry, Gen., 67, 148, 188–89, 192, 234, 359, 626, 722, 925, 954 Heuver, John William, 844 Heving, Frank, 444 Heving, John, 62, 444–45 Heving, Joseph, 444–45 Heving, Louise Busse, 444 Heving brothers, 62, 444–45 Hewling, Jack, 925 Hewling, John, 126 Heyn, H. H., 265 Hickey, Edward J., 752 Hickey, Edward T., 630 Hickey, John, Rev., 594 Hickey, Marian, 951 Hicklin, Lewis, Rev., 4 Hicklin, Thomas, 4 Hickman, Peck, 895 Hickman, William M., 387, 744 Hicks, Harvey, 379 Hicks, Jack, 512 Higdon, George, 613 Highfield, 445 Highland: Cemetery, 247, 359, 360, 422, 446, 554, 609, 789, 828; Country Club, 446–47; United Methodist Church, 260, 263, 447–48 Highland Ave.: Baptist Tabernacle, 445; Wesleyan Church, 445–46 Highland Heights, 447 Highlands High School, 66, 354, 364, 420, 447, 448, 522, 640, 719, 755, 797, 844, 892, 915, 944 Highton, Helen Trimble, 888, 975 Hightower, H., 264 Hildenbrand, Wilhelm, 492 Hildreth, Captain, 3, 191 Hildreth, Charles L., 575, 787 Hiles, John, 495

Hilker, F. A., 74 Hill, Bill, 563 Hill, Carole, 54–55 Hill, Casper, 159 Hill, Celeste, 66 Hill, F. G., 162, 164 Hill, George W., 174, 628, 965 Hill, Jessie Rose, 277 Hill, Jo Ann, 831 Hill, Joseph D., Rev., 537 Hill, Margaret, 568 Hill, Mary Ruth, 279 Hill, Nation, 448 Hill, Theodore McDonald “Ted,” 448 Hill, T. T., 396 Hill, William, 383, 448 Hillcrest Cemetery, 448 Hillebrand, Bernard, 93, 775 Hillenmeyer, Ernie, 776, 782 Hillenmeyer, Herbert, Rev., 797 Hiller, Ferdinand, 984 Hillmann, Paul, 890 Hills, Arthur, 861 Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers (HOKD), 448–49 Hils, Martin “Mote,” 678 Hils, V. J., 338 Hilton, George H., 361 Hilton, John, 710–11 Hiltz, Fred, 701 Hiltz, Paul, 364 Hinde, Ann Winston “Nancy,” 843 Hinde, Thomas, 449, 611, 843, 878 Hinds, William “Bill,” Rev., 739, 791 Hineman, Louis (Lehman), 609 Hines, Thomas, Capt., 627, 906, 936 Hinkley, George, 389 Hinsch, Mary Ann, 607 Hinsdale, Reuben C., 830 Hiser, Berniece Iona Terry, 449, 556, 971 Hiser, Ora M., 449 Hisle, Samuel, 735 Hispanics, 535 Hissem, Martin L., Capt., 263 Hissem, Rachel Galloway, 263 Hissem, W. J., 263 Hissem, W. T., 263 Historical Confederation of Kentucky (HCK), 450 historical societies, 449–50, 751 historic preservation, 450–51 Hite, Abraham, 394 Hiteman, Anne Fletcher, 451 Hiteman, Charlotte B., 451, 637, 657 Hiteman, Thurman, 451 Hitt, Annie, 322 HIV/AIDS, 391, 525 Hixon, William D., 587 H.L. Spurlock Power Station, 732 Hoadly, George, 484 Hoagland, Abraham, 451–52 Hoagland, Anna, 452 Hoagland, Cornelia, 452 Hoagland, Cornelius, 451–52, 468 Hoagland, Delia Morris, 452 Hoagland, Emily, 452, 468 Hoagland, Jane, 452

INDEX Hoagland, John, 451–52 Hoagland, Martin, 451–52, 562 Hoagland, Moses Tuttle, 252, 255, 452, 562 Hoagland, Okey, 452, 562 Hoagland, Sarah Payne, 255 Hoagland, W. J., 189 Hoagland family, 255, 451–52 Hobart, Randall, 252 Hobbs, Bill, 63 Hobbs, G. N., 74 Hobson, Edward, Gen., 626 Hocker, David, Rev., 912 Hodge, Ann Taylor, 452 Hodge, George Baird, Gen., 313, 452, 523, 897 Hodge, John T., 272, 452, 452–53, 578 Hodge, Keturah Tibbats, 452 Hodge, Larry, 107 Hodge, William, Rev., 351, 452 Hodges, Juantia, 153, 385 Hodges, Mary Louise, 839 Hodson, Andrew “Andy,” 893 Hoefker, Alma Studer, 453 Hoefker, Harry Herman, 453 Hoefker, John Herman, Maj., 453, 977 Hoeing, Joseph Bernard, 35 Hoermann, Alto, Rev., 776, 782 Hoess, Wilma, 83 Hoff, Charles, 452, 468 Hoffer, Charles J., 797 Hoffheimer, Herbert, 649 Hoff man, Andrew, 198 Hoff man, Dustin, 329, 722 Hoff man, John, 74 Hoff man, Marie, 271 Hoff man, Ralph, Rev., 541 Hoff mann, Elizabeth, 459 Hogan, Henry Lee, Maj. Gen., 453–54 Hogan, Henry Leon, 453 Hogan, Joseph, 517 Hogan, Nell Emily Bolan, 453 Hogan, Paul, 221 Hogg, C. B., Rev., 962 Hogg, Ray, 708 Hohnhorst, Eddie, 62 Holbrook, 454 Holbrook, Darius B., 229, 974 Holbrook, Isaac, 454 Holbrook, S. R. M., 229, 974 Holcomb, J. Barker, 934 Holladay, Ben, 454, 695 Holladay, Margaret Hughes, 454 Holladay, William, 454 Holleran, Katherine, 231 Holley, Horace, 265 Holliday, Billie, 402 Holliday, Charles, 45 Holliday, E. C., 154 Holliday, Lori, 329 Hollmes, Jennie, 925 Holman, J. L., 948, 949 Holmes, Alma, 74 Holmes, Daniel Henry, Jr., 454, 557 Holmes, Daniel Henry, Sr., 241, 242, 454, 454–55, 455, 544–45, 924

Holmes, Donald, 58 Holmes, Eliza Kennison, 454 Holmes, George, 366 Holmes, Jack, Jr., Rev., 445 Holmes, Sam, 454 Holmes High School, 25, 28, 62, 65, 107, 135, 187, 241, 242, 354, 455, 522, 545, 574, 637, 640, 641, 811, 825, 860, 903, 907, 915, 944, 970, 982 Holscher, Robert, 180, 181 Holt, Joseph, Col., 194 Holt, William, 64 Holton, Abner, 646 Holton, H. E., 399 Holton, Mary Ward, 936 Holton, Savannah, 633 Holtz, Louis, 474 Holtz, Raymond, Rev., 631, 641, 819 Holy Cross Catholic Church, 455, 536, 815 Holy Cross High School, 65, 154, 354, 455, 455–56, 536 Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 154, 291, 456, 456, 483, 655 Holy Spirit Church, 555 Holz, Lioba, 833 Holzhauer, G., 715 Holzhauer, Louis, 714 Homan, Clifford E., 710 Homart Development, 353 Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky (HBANK), 281, 456–57 Homeland Security, 457 homelessness/homeless centers, 458, 462, 699, 730–31, 945–46 Home Tobacco Warehouse, 880 homing pigeons, 239, 458–59, 871 Hood, Frank, 979 Hook, Chris, 62 Hook, Clarence M., 154 Hooker, John Lee, 97 Hooker, Nancy, 210 Hookey, William, 324 Hooks, Benjamin, 643 Hooper, Anna, 484 Hooper, Isaac Tatum, 2 Hooper, William, 67, 963 Hoover, Herbert, 638, 750, 753, 839 Hoover, John, 432 Hope, Bob, 71, 133, 202, 327, 615, 618, 770 Hope, Henry Radford, 123 Hope, John, 4, 899 Hopeful Heights, 459 Hopeful Lutheran Church, 102, 260, 350, 394, 438, 459, 571 Hopkins, John Thomas, Lt., 699 Hopkins, Larry J., 220 Hopkins, Lee, Rev., 57 Hopkins, R., 230 Hopkins, William, 283 Hoppen, Larry, 739 Hoppenjans, Robert B., 482 Hoppenjans, William H., 250, 482 Hopper, James P., 975 Hopperton, Harry, 383 Hopwood, Mary Elizabeth, 468

Hord, Frank, 342 Hord, F. T., 586 Hord, Rebekah Hechinger, 165, 460, 601, 970, 981 Hord, Winn E., 165, 460 Hornby, Daniel, 210 Horne, Lena, 402 Horner, Charles D., 460, 845, 926 Horner, Charles E., 90, 460, 611 Horner, Charles W., 39 Horner, Ella J., 248 Horner, Joseph, 926 Horner, Rebecca Day Minnes, 460 Horowitz, Israel, 50 Horowitz, Regina, 722 Horowitz, Vladimir, 722 horse racing, 460–61; Arcaro, George Edward “Eddie,” 35; Cauthen, Steven Mark, 169–70; Garner, John “Mack,” 387; Latonia Racecourse, 537–38; Murray, Thomas Peter “Tommy,” 639; Turfway Park Racecourse, 894–95 Horseshoe Gardens, 462, 466, 640, 688, 865 Horsfall, Elizabeth, 462 Horsfall, Jonathan, 462 Horsfall, William H., 144, 313, 462, 609 Horstman, Paul, Pvt., 977 Horton, Murray, 462 Hosea, David, 339, 462, 619, 660, 674 Hosea, Henry, 458, 675 Hosea House, 458, 462 Hosea Marcia, 462 hospitals, 462–63; Booth Memorial Hospital, 105; Carroll Co. Memorial Hospital Inc., 159; Civil War, 184–85, 195, 463; Hayswood Hospital, 436–37; Meadowview Regional Medical Center, 606–7; New Horizons Medical Center, 649–50; St. Elizabeth Medical Center, 778–80; St. Luke Hospitals Inc., 788–89; Speers Memorial Hospital, 847–48 hotels: Altamont Springs Hotel and Mineral Baths, 19; Avenel Hotel, 48–49; Bentel Hotel/ Miller’s Inn, 80; Carlsbad Springs Hotel, 154; Louisiana Hotel, 564–65; Paxton Inn, 704; Peach Grove Inn, 704–5; Shelly Arms Hotel, 823 Hotfi l, Heinrich, 468, 794 Houchen, Carrol, 633 Houchen, Clark, 503 Houchen, John, 214 Houchen, Nancy, 633 Houchen, Zelma, 503 Houghton, Barbara, 39 Houlné, Maria, 635, 693 Houp, Charles, 360 House, Allyson Faulkner, 464 House, Gerald L., 230, 463–64, 640 House, Homer, 463

1017

House, John, 459 House, Jonna, 97 House, Lucille Jacobs, 463 House, Millie, 459 Houston, Charles R., 464, 482 Houston, Edward, 214 Houston, Felix, Brig. Gen., 495 Houston, Standwood & Gamble Company, 244, 464, 482, 573, 950, 965 Houston, Sue Ann, 313, 314 Houston, William Pepper, 141, 684 Howard, Barbara, 749 Howard, Benjamin Franklin, 185, 464, 554 Howard, Charlton Alexander “Alex,” 465 Howard, Francis W., Rev., 93, 169, 239, 243, 465, 533, 631, 692, 693, 769, 775, 776, 778, 781, 796, 797, 832, 855, 876 Howard, James A., 425, 807 Howard, Jim, 407 Howard, Leslie, 936 Howard, Mary Scott, 465 Howard, Sarah, 403 Howard, Scripps, 518 Howard, Ulie J., 262, 465, 807 Howard Keith, 352 Howe, Al, 662 Howe, Charles, 334 Howe, Daniel, 3, 899 Howe, Dean, 724 Howe, Gen, 159 Howe, Jessie, 568 Howe, John, 161, 974 Howe, Jonathan (abolitionist), 3, 899 Howe, Jonathan, Capt., 191, 699, 900 Howe, R. L., 131 Howe, Silas, Capt., 699, 900 Howe, W. F., 164, 974 Howe, W. J., 131 Howell, A. P., 56 Howell, James E., 336 Hoyle, John, 788 Hoyt, Charles Hale, 621 Hub, Bill, 797 Hubbard, Anna Wonder, 465, 466, 687, 821 Hubbard, D. B., 589 Hubbard, Frank, G., 466 Hubbard, Harlan, 38, 465–66, 687, 821 Hubbard, L. T., 658 Hubbard, Mary Todd, 449 Hubbard, Murray, 971 Hubbard, Polly, 703 Hubbard, Rose Swingle, 466 Hubbell, Jane, 435 Huber, Carl, 974 Huber, Charles B., 4 Huber, Edward Justin, 466–67 Huber, Elizabeth Jane Davis, 466 Huber, Henry, 466 Huber, Justin, 462, 487, 640, 744 Huber, Lucille, 391 Huddleston, Walter Dee, 279

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Hudson, Elizabeth, 845 Hudson, James, 251, 448 Hudson, John, 699 Hudson, Rock, 525 Hueneke, John, 798 Huerkamp, Matthew, 308 Huey, Duncan, 26 Huey, J. J. & Company, 76 Huey, Katie L., 627, 758 Huey, Oscar M., 309 Huff, Bert M., 181 Huff, Jim, 841 Hugenberg, Margaret, 833 Hughes, G. Edward, 389 Hughes, Gregory, 980 Hughes, Hannah, 757 Hughes, James, 317 Hughes, J. W., Rev., 849 Hughes, Oliver, 7 Hughes, Sarah Jane, 826 Hughes, T. J., 699 Hughes, William A., 155, 169, 227, 243, 391, 456, 474, 582, 769, 781, 797, 798, 819 Hull, William, Gen., 868, 925, 931 Hullette, W. E., 340 Hulswitt, Rudy, 62 Hulvey, Mary Jean, 124 Humbrecht, E., 237 Hume, Clarence Whitman, 53 Hume, Hattie P., 53 Hume, John, 317 Humlong, John, 4 humoralism, 611 Humpert, Harry J., 338 Humphrey, Annetta Berry, 467 Humphrey, George, 467 Humphrey, Humphrey H., 822 Humphrey, Myrtle Jones, 960 Humphrey, Nancy, 419 Humphrey, William H., 85, 187, 467, 493 Humphreys, Bud, 408–9 Humphreys, Robert, 263 Humphreys, Sarah Gibson, 270 Humphries, George, 927 Hundley, Brian, 861 Hungler, Timothy, 737 Hunkle, Thomas, 356 Hunley, P., 807 Hunnicutt, John, 510 Hunt, Eugenia A. Montmolin, 467 Hunt, Frank Williams, Capt., 467 Hunt, Katie, 54 Hunt, Margaretta, 38 Hunt, Robert Woolston, 467 Hunt, Thomas Benjamin, 467 Hunt, William, 38, 54 Hunter, Eddie, 62 Hunter, Jacob, 468 Hunter, Joshua, 468 Hunter, J. Wilson, Rev., 776 Hunter, Minor, 802 Hunter’s Bottom, 189, 468 Huntington, Collis P., 175, 566, 597, 691, 887 Huntington, Elisha Mills, 518 Huntington, Henry Edwards, 691 Huntington, P. W., 468

Huntington Bank, 154, 225, 240, 468, 944 Hurd, Peter, 861 Hurdzen, Michael, 861 Hurley, Clementine, 635 Hurley, Dennis, 409 Hurley, E. T., 958 Hurley, Harbor, 2, 3 Hurrell, Anna M., 469 Hurrell, Edward Eugene, 469 Hurrell, George Edward, 329, 468–69 Hurry, Samuel G., Arm Cpl., 914 Hurst, Don, 63, 64 Hurt, Betty Sparks, 207 Hurt, Harlan, 207 Hurt, Oasa, 207 Husted, Catherine Anne, 133 Huston, William, Jr., 32 Hutcherson, Chris, 469 Hutcherson, Christina Michelle Fightmaster, 469 Hutcherson, Connor, 469 Hutcherson, Josh Ryan, 329, 469 Hutcheson, John, 189 Hutchins, Morris A., 807 Hutchinson, Conrad, Jr., “Hutch,” Warrant Officer, 469 Hutchinson, C. W., 226 Hutchinson, Herbert, 701 Hutchinson, John, 57 Hutton, W. R., 536 Hyde Park Clothes, 874 Hygeia, 131, 300, 469–71, 567, 963 Ice Age, 393, 403 ice cream, 150–52, 888 icehouses, 80, 472 ice-skating, 833–34 Ide, Charles, Rev., 2, 3 Idlewild, 473 Iles, Karl, 141 Imlay, Gilbert, 610 Immaculata Academy, 473, 479, 692 Immaculate Conception Catholic Church: Newport, 260, 456, 473, 479, 526, 534, 635, 655, 657, 692, 716, 948; Stepstone, 474 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 474 Immanuel United Church of Christ, 474–75, 906 Immanuel United Methodist Church, 120, 475, 535, 616, 846, 976 Ince, Thomas H., 522 Independence, 475–76; High School, 249, 274, 477, 509, 830 Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 36, 82, 142, 185, 213, 356, 407, 451, 477, 574, 594, 724, 828, 834, 910, 911, 950 Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), 782–82 Ingalls, Melville Ezra, 228 Ingersoll, George, 252 Ingguls, Robert, 668 Ingles, Mary Draper, 80, 87, 372, 478, 505, 582, 585, 719. See also Mary Ingles Highway

Ingles, William, 478 Ingram, Arnold, 435 Ingram, Hugh, 379 Ingram, Leroy, 12 Ingran, Gladys, 12 Innes, Harry, 593 Innis, Louis, 230 Insko, Mark, 114 Interfaith Commission Flood Relief Program, 675 Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN), 674–75 Interfaith Organization (ECHO), 674 Internal Revenue Service Center, 234, 235, 376, 478, 505, 848 interurban lines, 478–79 Ireland, John, 576 Irish Americans, 166, 479–80, 950 iron and steel manufacturing, 480–82, 548, 854–55 Ironside, Harry, 142 Irvin, Thoms, 361 Irvine, Elisha, 614 Isenberg, Robert M., 181 Ison, Paul, 840 Ison, Robert B., 159, 160 Italian Americans, 200, 412, 482–83 Jackson, Alvie, 484 Jackson, Andrew, 38, 137, 138, 228, 262, 284, 294, 386, 452, 458, 585, 595, 598, 601–2, 668, 716, 735, 920, 935, 952 Jackson, Aunt Polly, 3 Jackson, Bill, 861 Jackson, Cecil Elmore, Jr., 484 Jackson, Cecil Elmore, Sr., 484 Jackson, Dolly Webster, 484 Jackson, Ebenezer, 926 Jackson, Elizabeth, 699 Jackson, Henry, 593, 814 Jackson, James H., 699 Jackson, Janet, 382 Jackson, John, 495 Jackson, John Hunt, 979 Jackson, John Putnam, 484, 883 Jackson, Levi, 699 Jackson, M. L., Rev., 85 Jackson, Mahalia, 711 Jackson, Mary, 61 Jackson, Mordicah, 953 Jackson, Robert, 85 Jackson, Sarah, 926 Jackson, Scott, 126–27, 127, 248, 647, 925–26 Jackson, Steve, 382 Jackson, Thom, 842 Jackson, Tommy, 230 Jackson, William B., 663, 873 Jacobi, Lester E., 649 Jacobs, Benjamin, 600 Jacobs, Ella Cannon, 800 Jacobs, F. P., 847 Jacobs, Frank, 356, 800 Jacobs, George W., 519 Jacobs, Jacob, Rabbi, 863 Jacobs, James, 229, 600

Jacobs, John, 600 Jacobs, Louis, 230 Jaeger, George, 394 James, Frank, 404 James, Harry, 136, 204 James, Jesse, 97, 404 James, Jill, 971 James, Nancy Polman, 484, 641 James, Ollie Murray, 359, 484–85, 512, 665 James A. Ramage Civil War Museum, 67, 365, 485 James Taylor Mansion, 357, 374–75, 485, 903 James Taylor Narrative, 485 James T. Earl House, 240 Jamieson, George W., 358 Jansen, Mary Emily “Minnie,” 526 Jansson, Arthur, 474 January, Andrew M., 32, 57, 229, 339, 485–86, 586, 599, 814 January, Harriet, 339 January and Wood, 57, 206, 229, 485–86 Jarboe, Elizabeth, 503 Jarrett, James “Pigmeat,” 97, 98, 640 Jaycees, 185, 314, 486, 853 Jazz Ark, 968 jazz music, 486–87, 687, 744, 866 JCPenney, 235, 265 Jefferson, Thomas, 31, 87–88, 134, 262, 373, 379, 535, 545, 583, 654, 754, 811, 919 Jefferson Community and Technical College, 160, 487–88 Jeff rey, R. L., 574 Jeff ries, Peter H., 791 Jehovah’s Witnesses, 488 Jemmott, Hensley, 668 Jenisch, Henry, 618 Jenkins, Bart, Capt., 951 Jenkins, Henry, 841 Jenkins, Hezekiah, 905 Jenkins, H. G., Rev., 791 Jenkins, John, 44, 46 Jenkins, J. Oliver, 463, 611 Jenkins, Joseph Carter “J.C.,” 131, 488, 713, 806 Jenkins, Nancy Carter, 488 Jenkins, Napoleon, 20 Jenkins, William, 488 Jennings, Chase, Sr., Rev., 59 Jennings, Eric “Rick,” 670 Jennings, George B., 963 Jennings, James, 11 Jennings, Mary, 72 Jennings, Rose, 826 Jesse, George, Col., 7, 191, 396, 397 Jesse Root Grant House, 412 Jessup, Myrtle Stickrath, 488–89, 557 Jessup, Richard C., 489 Jessup, Thomas S., 485 Jesup, Thomas Sidney, Maj. Gen., 489 Jett, Albert M., 190 Jett, A. N., 191 Jett, Garrett, 700 Jett, Harry, 230

INDEX Jett, Mollie Howard, 700 Jett, R. H., 190 Jewell, Edward Walter, 489 Jewell, Jane Marie, 113 Jewell, Susan Steele Hamilton, 489, 556, 971 Jewett, Michael, 624 Jews, 489–90; synagogues, 863–64 Jillson, Willard Rouse, 88, 373, 548 J. M. Stuart Plant, 732 Joachim, Joseph, 984 Jocelyn, Simeon S., 303 Johannpeter, Julius, 50 John & W. F. Howe & Company, 974 John A. Roebling Bridge, 13, 65, 116, 125, 172, 224, 234, 238, 245, 275, 298, 328, 346, 395, 420, 422, 479, 480, 490–91, 507, 527, 548, 566, 608, 623, 643, 686, 722, 822, 823, 826, 856, 871, 930, 950 John G. Fee Industrial High School, 6, 85, 187, 467, 493, 587, 596, 600, 817 John H. Moore House, 493 John Howe & Sons, 974 Johnny’s Toys, 884–85 John Payne House, 933, 934 Johns, A. H., 523 Johns, Joseph, 189 Johns Hill, 493 Johnson, Albert Sidney, Gen., 436, 936 Johnson, Andrew, 361, 369, 370, 413, 647, 801, 839, 850 Johnson, Ansel, 317 Johnson, Attie Reeves, 494 Johnson, Barton, 575 Johnson, Beatrice Genevieve, 845 Johnson, Cave, Col., 130, 368, 489, 554, 592, 803, 859, 948, 949. See also Cave Johnson House Johnson, Claude, 661 Johnson, C. W. H., 845 Johnson, Donald “Groundhog,” 493 Johnson, Donald L., 753 Johnson, Edward C., II, 326 Johnson, Edward C., III, 326 Johnson, Eliza, 604 Johnson, Elizabeth S., 342 Johnson, Florence Mildred, 526 Johnson, Gerald Walter, Lt. Gen., 494, 695, 698, 849, 915, 977 Johnson, Herman, 46 Johnson, Howard, 493 Johnson, Ike, 899 Johnson, James, 215, 807 Johnson, James B., 494 Johnson, James G., 582 Johnson, Jason, 63 Johnson, Johnnie Ann, 494 Johnson, John T., 215, 932 Johnson, John Will, 494 Johnson, Jonathan, 497 Johnson, Joseph E., 125 Johnson, Josiah Stoddard, 604 Johnson, J. T., Rev., 446 Johnson, Julia, 497 Johnson, Keen, 179, 277, 299, 620, 638

Johnson, Lady Bird, 748 Johnson, Lebus C., 494 Johnson, Lonnie, 97, 487 Johnson, Louis, 48 Johnson, Lucy Campbell, 494 Johnson, Lyman T., 524 Johnson, Lyndon B., 423, 508, 730, 760, 876, 877, 914, 919 Johnson, Mary Elizabeth, 884 Johnson, M. H., Rev., 792 Johnson, Noah, 111 Johnson, Odin, 529 Johnson, Richard Mentor, Col., 215, 265, 378, 595, 931 Johnson, Richard “Uncle Dick,” 5 Johnson, Robert, 134, 140, 206, 300, 307, 356 Johnson, Robert, Col., 404, 417, 932 Johnson, Robert P., 553, 737 Johnson, Roy A., Rev., 59, 351, 803 Johnson, Scott, 103 Johnson, T. J., 334 Johnson, Vivian, 575 Johnson, William A., 106 Johnson, William C., 494 Johnson, Williams, 497 Johnson Creek Covered Bridge, 494–95 Johnston, Abigail Harris, 495, 937 Johnston, Albert Sidney, Gen., 495, 585, 604, 734, 936, 937 Johnston, Charles, 593 Johnston, John, 495 Johnston, Nyoka, 831 Johnston, Samuel, 807 Johnston, William S., 949 Johnsville, 495 Johovah’s Witnesses, 368–69 Jolliffe, John, 4 Jolly, A. J., Jr., 73, 439, 495, 582, 682, 748. See also A. J. Jolly County Park; A. J. Jolly Elementary and High School Jolly, A. J., Sr., 141, 262, 495 Jolly, Glenna, 761 Jolly, James Monroe, Rev., 141, 334, 344, 495–96, 926, 938, 946 Jolly, James Moses, 73 Jolly, John, 495 Jolly, Martha Mackey, 495 Jolly, Oscar B., 761 Jolly, William, 344 Jolson, Al, 133 Jonathan David Hearne House, 240 Jones, Absalom, Rev., 8 Jones, A. C., 191 Jones, Allen, 390 Jones, Amanda, 496 Jones, Anna Mae Watkins, 496, 831, 940 Jones, B., 226 Jones, Betty Ann, 903 Jones, Brereton, 263, 323, 668, 670, 822 Jones, Charles Edward, 5, 374, 378, 496, 553, 737, 859, 940 Jones, Charley, 64 Jones, Earle D., 596, 600 Jones, Edward L., 496

Jones, Elizabeth Mills, 497, 634 Jones, Everett, 667 Jones, Flossie, 600 Jones, Frank J., 275 Jones, Frederick C., Col., 883 Jones, Frederick McKinley, 8, 496 Jones, George (Baptist leader), 59 Jones, George (father of Thomas Laurens Jones), 497 Jones, George W., 897 Jones, Grandpa, 104, 229 Jones, Henry, 814 Jones, J., 120 Jones, J. F., 232 Jones, John, 496 Jones, John L., Sr., 89 Jones, Margaret, 409 Jones, Mary Keturah, 634–635 Jones, Melvin, 555 Jones, Melvina, 5, 859 Jones, Mollie, 120 Jones, Perry, 570 Jones, Phil, 656 Jones, P. M., Rev., 791 Jones, Ralph H., 501 Jones, Rhoda, 3 Jones, Robert W., 928 Jones, Roger, 4 Jones, Ronald B., 374 Jones, Ruel Anderson, 747 Jones, Sam, 97 Jones, Samuel, 706 Jones, Spike, 517 Jones, Susan A., 306 Jones, Thomas Laurens, 17, 216, 262, 497, 523, 634, 693, 773, 832, 897, 972 Jones, Tommy Lee, 297 Jones, W. Bill, Rev., 351 Jones, Wickliffe, 747 Jones, William, 376, 570, 628 Jones, William G., 169 Jonesville: Grant Co., 497; Owen Co., 497 Jon Paul II (Pope), 919 Jonte, Peter, 117 Joplin, Scott, 744 Jordan, Mary Nelson, 647 Jordan, Nell, 589 Jordan Baptist Church, 497 Joseph, C. S., 933 Jouett, Matthew, 228 journalism/journalists, 556; Black, Brady F., 91; Clabes, Judy Grisham, 195; Clooney, Nick, 203; Comer, Martha Purdon, 211; Ellis, James Tandy, 298; Elliston, George, 299; James, Ollie Murray, 484–85; Kingsbury, Gilbert William “Gil,” 519–20; Philipps, Mike, 715; Reis, Jim, 750–51; Richardson, Mary Cabell, 756; Roberts, Alice Kennelly, 762–63; Sheehan, August F. “Gus,” 823; Shonert, Warren J., Jr., 827; Stanton, Richard H., 851; Sutherland, Lois Ogden, 862; Trimble, Vance Henry,

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889; Webb, Gary, 944; West, Carl, 947. See also newspapers Joyce, John, 791 Juarez, Benito, 647 Judah, Henry, Gen., 626 Judd, Wynonna, 329 Judkins, Charles P., 308 Juett, Kenneth M., 288 Julian, Augusta, 599 Julius Rosenwald Foundation of Chicago, 553 Junck, Mary, 541 Jung, A. J., 846 Jung, Philipp, 117 Jurin, Jacob, 490 Justice, David Christoper, 62, 65, 221, 498 Justice, Nettie, 498 Justice, Robert, 498 Kaelin, Margaret, 604 Kahn, Albert, 607 Kamehameha III (King of Hawaii), 27 Kane, Hannah M., 500 Kanebrake Restaurant, 411 Kansas-Nebraska Act, 2 Kaplan, Justin, 198 Kappas, Mary, 567 Kappas, Peter, 174 Karkadoulias, Eleft herios, 576 Karloff, Boris, 580 Karsner, Casper, 499 Karsner, Harry Clark, 499 Karsner, Johnathan Albert, 499 Karsner, Lela Brammell, 499 Kasey, Arthur, 613 Kathman, Richard, Rev., 777 Kautz, Fred, Capt., 953 Kavanaugh, Elizabeth “Betsy,” 869 Kavanaugh, Hubbard H., 43, 340 Kaye, Danny, 204 Kaye, Sammy, 773 Kays, C. Lisle, 181 Kean, Edmund, 357 Keane, John, 576 Kearney, John, 551 Kearney, Patrick, 521 Kearns, George T., 806 Kearny, Philip, Maj. Gen., 194 Kearny, Stephen Watts, Gen., 1, 278, 454 Keating, Michael, 512 Keats, Louisa, 935 Keefer, 499 Keefer, David, 332 Keene, Adliza, 843 Keene, Charity, 934 Keene, Kitty, 815 Keene, Richard, 43 Keene, W. S., 131 Kefauver, Estes, 499, 563 Kefauver Committee, 212, 499–500, 563 Kehoe, Hanna M. Kane, 500 Kehoe, James, 522 Kehoe, James Arthur, Brig. Gen., 500

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Kehoe, James Nicholas, 57, 217, 500, 500, 500, 503, 552, 796 Kehoe, Nora Conroy, 500 Kehoe, Thomas D., Rev., 782, 796 Keillor, Garrison, 123 Keith, B. F., 1 Keith, Cleddie, Rev., 444 Keith, Isaiah, 938 Keith, James, 518 Keith, Judith, 518 Keith, Mary Randolph, 580 Keller, Helen, 555 Keller, John, 613 Keller, William, 613 Kelley, Edward C., 262, 618 Kelley, J. Robert, 500 Kelley, Ruth, 796 Kelley-Koett Company, 500–501, 779 Kellogg, Charles Henry, 927 Kellogg, Dorothy, 605 Kelly, Adam David, 501 Kelly, Garland, 501 Kelly, Jessie, 762 Kelly, John Joseph, 501 Kelly, Mary Ann, 501, 885 Kelly, Mary “Mayme” Farrell, 501 Kelly, Michael “King,” 63 Kelly, Minnie Elizabeth, 772 Kelly, Nathan, Capt., 964 Kelly, Tom, 671 Kelsch, George, 646 Kemper, Alfred, 684 Kemper, Benjamin, 799 Kendall, Alfred, 962 Kendall, Elva R., 218 Kennedy, E. Bruce, 674 Kennedy, Ed, 62, 505 Kennedy, Francis, 502, 720 Kennedy, Hugh, 806 Kennedy, James, 502, 938 Kennedy, James W., 667 Kennedy, Jeannette Hamilton, 69 Kennedy, John F., 81, 116, 176, 211, 228, 919 Kennedy, Joseph, 200 Kennedy, Mary Lindsey, 69 Kennedy, Nancy, 842 Kennedy, Robert F., 204, 652, 748 Kennedy, Ted, 525 Kennedy, Thomas, 155, 233, 386, 479, 502, 549, 554, 652, 673, 720, 842 Kennedy, William, 69, 144, 361, 444, 502, 544, 938 Kennelly, Bruce, 762 Kennelly, Elizabeth B. Payne, 762 Kenner, Duncan F., 502 Kenner, George, 197, 204, 502, 841 Kenner, Mary Minor, 502, 841 Kenner, Minor, 502 Kenner, William Butler, 197, 502, 841 Kenner family, 197, 470, 502, 567 Kennett, Charles, 320 Kennett, Elizabeth, 320 Kennett, John, Rev., 445 Kennett, William C., 317 Kennett Tavern, 317, 502–3

Kenney, C. G., 807 Kenney, C. W., 425, 807 Kent, Asaph, 934 Kent, Mary Caroline Hoagland, 468 Kenton, Carolyn, 504 Kenton, Eldridge, 504 Kenton, John, 511, 588 Kenton, Mark, 503 Kenton, Martha Roden, 504 Kenton, Mary Miller, 503 Kenton, Simon, 6, 53, 90, 100, 111, 224, 228, 233, 234, 275, 366, 394, 403, 425, 503–4, 505, 510, 511, 549, 551, 552, 585, 588, 593, 595, 597, 604, 719, 725, 768, 830, 831, 919, 925, 935, 936, 938. See also Simon Kenton High School Kenton, Simon, Jr., 503 Kenton, Stan, 810, 920 Kenton, William Gordon, Jr., 504, 596 Kenton, William Gordon, Sr., 504 Kenton, W. T., 504 Kenton Baptist Church, 504 Kenton Base Ball Association, 61, 388, 505 Kenton Co., 467, 505–8, 506; African Americans in, 8; Bracht, 108; Bromley, 119–20; Buffi ngton Springs, 129; Committee for CovingtonKenton Co., 212; Courthouse, 273; Covington, 233–34; Crescent Park, 248; Crescent Springs, 248–49; Crestview Hills, 249; Edgewood, 294–95; Elsmere, 300–301; Erlanger, 307–9; Fairview, 316–17; Fiskburg, 342; Fort Mitchell, 358–59; Fort Wright, 364; gristmills, 425; Independence, 475–76; Kenton Hills, 510; Kenton Vale, 511; Lakeside Park, 531; Latonia Lakes, 537; Ludlow, 567–68; Morning View, 628; Nicholson, 665–66; Oak Ridge, 684; Park Hills, 700–701; Piner, 717; post offices, 728; Public Library, 245, 250, 287, 292, 376, 394, 409, 450, 508–9, 547, 646, 673, 699, 750, 817, 907; railroad depots, 745; Ridgeview Heights, 758–59; Ryland Heights, 774; Sanfordtown, 803; sawmills, 807; School District, 120, 249, 509–10, 651; Staffordsburg, 849–50; Taylor Mill, 869–70; Underground Railroad, 903; Villa Hills, 915–16; Visalia, 918–19; White Villa, 954; White’s Tower, 954 Kenton Hills, 510 Kenton Hills Porcelains Inc., 510 Kenton Terrace, 411 Kentontown, 511 Kenton Vale, 511 Kentucky, 856–57 Kentucky Central Railroad, 47, 175, 181, 234, 236, 311, 312, 318, 492,

511–12, 536, 565, 566, 597, 609, 625, 626, 705, 745, 774, 887 Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), 388–89 Kentucky Consumer Advocate Network (KYCAN), 512 Kentucky Cricket Club, 512 Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company (KD&WHC), 714 Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA), 770–71 Kentucky Enquirer, 512–13, 763 Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act (KEIA), 306 Kentucky Enterprise Zone Authority (KEZA), 305–6 Kentucky Equal Rights Association (KERA), 972 Kentucky Gateway Museum Center, 56, 85, 228, 450, 513, 543, 601 Kentucky Gazette, 664 Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC), 450–51 Kentucky Historical Society (KHS), 450 Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC), 458, 730–31 Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association, 714–15 Kentucky Post, 52, 266, 273, 294, 379, 384, 391, 450, 500, 513–14, 519, 556, 641, 664, 665, 750, 763, 863, 889, 947, 966 Kentucky Raid, 252, 837–38 Kentucky River, 515; navigation, 515–16; river trade, 761–62 Kentucky Speedway, 16, 380, 418, 461, 516, 847, 895, 932 Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, 268, 484, 516–17, 641, 722 Kentucky Times-Star, 266, 299, 391, 517–18, 763 Kentucky Traction Terminal Company (KT&T), 478–79 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), 492 Kerkow, Spencer, 409 Kerley, Elaine, 518 Kerley, John A. “Jack,” 518, 557 Kern, Jerome, 828 Kerr, T. C., 214 Kerrick, John W., Rev., 788 Kerrigan, Kate Lowe, 758 Kershaw, Annie Pierce, 724 Kershaw, Jacob, 724 Kesey, Ken, 603 Kess, Bonny, 784 Kess, George, 784 Ketchell, Toni, 50 Ketchum, Harry, 366 Ketchum, J. J., 366 Kettenacker, William, 871 Kevan, Thomas, 502 Kew, Mary Margaret, 620 Kew, William Earl, 620 Key, Elizabeth, 585, 647, 935–36 Key, Harriet Sellman, 518, 519, 647

Key, John James, Maj., 518 Key, Marshall “Colonel,” 433, 518, 518–19, 519, 585, 647, 835, 935–36 Key, Thomas Marshall, Col., 518, 519 Keys, R. H., 634 Khan, Karin Aga, 542 Kidd, Hildreth, 392 Kidd, Mae Street, 524 Kidd, Peleg, 240 Kidwell, Alvin, 380, 383, 519 Kidwell, Jack, 861 Kidwell, John, 214 Kidwell, Josephine Graham, 519 Kiefer, Cornelius J., Rev., 789 Kiff meyer, Helen, 792 Kiger, Carl, 839 Kiger, Joan, 839, 981 Kilkenny, John, 677 Kimball, William P., 217 Kincaid, Andrew, 541 Kincaid Lake State Park, 223, 347, 392, 519, 706, 930 King, Absalom, 2 King, Allyn, 955 King, B. B., 97 King, Donnie Lane Morford, 766 King, Harry Orland, 423 King, Jefferson V., 562 King, Jerry, 353 King, John, Dr., 559, 560 King, John Haskell, Maj., 148 King, John, Professor, 610 King, Martin Luther, Jr., 112, 188, 268, 524, 573, 643, 704, 711, 792 King, Mona, 353 King, Nelson, 95, 230 King, Richard H., 866 King Records, 229–30 Kingsbury, Gilbert William “Gil,” 519–20, 556 Kingsbury, H. H., 249 Kingsbury, Ruth Naomi Runge, 519 Kingsbury, William P., 519 Kingsley, C., Rev., 4 Kinkead, Elizabeth, 378 Kinkead, William, 154 Kinman, Byron, 960 Kinman, D. R., 425 Kinman, M. A., 425 Kinman, W. R., 425 Kinmont, Mary Eckstein, 293, 294 Kinney, Donna, 72 Kinney, Eli, 155, 361 Kinsey, E. A., 726 Kinsey, Joseph, 725, 726 Kinsley, Nellie J., 649 Kintpuash “Captain Jack” (Modoc chief), 150 Kinzeler, Albert, 71 Kinzeler, Louise Hosket, 71 Kipping, A. F., 163 Kipping, Oscar, 164 Kirby, Delilah, 934 Kirby, Durward, 520 Kirby, Enoch, 934 Kirby, Hawkins, 933, 934 Kirby, Homer Cleveland, 520

INDEX Kirby, J. C., 433 Kirby, Lloyd, 433 Kirk, Andrew Dewey “Andy,” 487, 520 Kirk, John L., 593 Kirstein, Jack, 517 Kirtley, Betty, 291 Kirtley, James A., Rev., 58, 59, 76, 130, 135, 574, 803 Kirtley, Jeremiah, 803 Kirtley, Nancy Johnson, 493 Kirtley, Reuben, 291 Kirtley, Robert E., Jr., Rev., 59, 76, 130, 803 Kirtley, Robert E., Sr., Rev., 59, 76, 135 Kirtley, William, 493 Kissinger, Bill, 62, 258 Kite, Elijah, 387 Klaber, Henry, 366 Klaene, George H., 482 Kleber, John A., 223, 957 Kleber Wildlife Area, 957 Klein, Albert F., 521 Klein, Edna Mueller, 521 Klein, Harry T., Col., 737 Klein, Irvin J., 719 Klein, Peter, 571–72 Klein, Roger G., 521 Kleinert, Herbert, 26 Kleinman, Morris, 200, 563 Kloser, A., 237 Klosterman, Edward G., Rev., 169, 239, 303, 631, 780 Kluemper, Anna, 521 Kluemper, Bernard, 521 Kluemper, Maria Elisabeth Olges, 521 Kluemper, Theodore, 262, 521–22 Knapp, Ethel Camilla, 522 Knapp, John, 522 Knapp, John Augustus, 522 Knapp, Laura, 522 Knapp, Margaret Wente, 522 Knapp, Wells, 646 Knauf, Annabelle Kuhn, 522 Knauf, Marguerite, 522 Knauf, Robert, 522, 640 Knauf, William J., 522 Knecht, Joseph, 522 Knecht, Lucy Dietrich, 522 Knecht, Robert F., 522 Knepshield, Jan, 656 Knights of Columbus, 107, 185, 272, 522–23, 582, 589, 819, 826, 844, 976 Knoll, Frank, 546 Knoll, Leo, 356 Knorr, Nathan H., 369, 488 Knott, J. Proctor, 497 Know, R. G., 375 Knowlton, Martha Jane, 178 Know-Nothing Party, 394, 523–24, 751, 761, 792, 953 Knox, Albert, 524 Knox, Amanda Melvina, 374 Knox, Angelina, 374 Knox, Carrie Lovings, 524 Knox, Fernon Wendell, 188, 524, 643

Knox, John, 733 Knox, Robert, 374 Knox, Seymour H., 343 Knoxville, 524 Knudsen, A. M., 788 Knue, Paul H., 514, 841 Knuge, Richard K., Rev., 239 Koch, Walter, 146 Koehler, Louis, 120 Koett, Albert, 500 Kohlhepp, Clifford E., 181 Köhnken, Johann Heinrich, 40, 717–18 Kolb, Bernard J., Rev., 19 Kolopp, Paul, 227 Konerman, Robert, 812 Kontos, Evangelos, 23 Kopf, Otto, 623 Koppman, Lionel, 489 Kordenbrock, Afton, 870 Korean War, 112, 524–25, 914 Kottmyer, Charles, 26 Kottmyer, Richard, 26 Koulat, G. P., 283 Kozerski, Bruce, 354 Kraemer, Margaret Anne, 693 Kraft, 695 Kraft, Ben, 641 Kramer, Herman J., Rev., 787, 796 Kramer, Owen, 659 Kramer, Tom, 518 Krantz, Harold J., Jr., 874 Kranz, William, 273 Kratz, Alfred, 980 Kraus, Charlie, 546 Kraus, Lisa, 958 Kraus, William James “Bill,” 391, 525–26 Krauss, Alison, 95 Kreinbrink, Jeannine, 36, 485 Kresge, Sebastian Spering, 343 Kreuger, William “Sandy,” 270 Kreutzjans, George, 129, 364 Kreutzjans, Nick, 129, 563 Kriege, Roger, Rev., 798 Krischner, D., 821 Kroger, 97, 221, 512, 526, 618, 695, 715 Kroger, Bernard H. “Barney,” 144, 291, 432, 526 Kroger, John Henry, 526 Kroger, John, Rev., 243, 474 Kroger, Mary Gertrude Schlebbe, 526 Kroger, William E., 687 Kruempelmann Farm, 891 Krumpelman, William, 916 Kruse, J. Henry, 30, 976 Krutz, Edward, 312 Kuchle, Joseph, 674 Kuhlenschmidt, Raymond, Rev., 474 Kuhling, Ignatia, 832 Kuhn, Charles Henry, 526 Kuhn, Clara Mudersbach, 526 Kuhn, Josiah N., 526 Kuhnhein, Maggie, 445 Kühr, Ferdinand, Rev., 394, 511, 631, 641

Kultzer, August, 205 Kummer, Jo, 930 Kummer, John, 930 Kunkel, John, 673 Kunkel-Mains, Kathy, 320 Kunz, Anthony, Jr., 455 Kuss, Hans, 599 Kyle, Chuck, 355 Kyle, James G., 480 Kyle, Robert, 480, 505 Kyle, Robert Samuel, 364 Kysar, Patricia, 613 L&N Bridge, 106, 275, 345, 346, 527, 565, 566, 608, 651, 652, 686, 745, 841, 885 Lacey, Bessie, 5 Lacey, Emma, 528 Lacey, Eugene F. “Gene,” 5, 231, 292, 528, 615 Lacey, Samuel, 528 Lacy, E. C., Rev., 929 Ladd, Alvin, 528 Ladd, Bertha Holle, 528 Ladd, Dorothy, 528, 557, 971 LaFarge North America Inc., 306, 528, 676, 732, 746, 829, 830 LaFayette, Marquis de, 37, 882 Laffoon, Polk, Jr., 23, 285, 528, 890, 897, 965 Laffoon, Polk, Sr., 528 Laffoon, Ruby, 277, 500, 528, 638, 772, 944 Lagoon Amusement Park, 329, 395, 422, 466, 528–29, 535, 567, 636, 637, 687, 750, 840, 865, 881 Lahr, Bert, 133 Laidley, Frederick Alexander, 529–30, 549, 608, 686 Laidley, James Madison, 530 Laidley House, 530, 549 Lail, Eveles “Eva,” 499 Lainhart, Carol, 309 Lair, Paul C., 319 Lakeside Christian Church, 530–31 Lakeside Park, 411, 531, 574 Lakeside Presbyterian Church, 213, 531, 718, 733 Lamar, Mirabeau, 495 Lamas, Fernando, 615 Lamb, William, 899, 935 Lambert, Benjamin, 283 Lamkin, Edgar, 382 Lamour, Dorothy, 702 Lamplighters Club of Nick Behle, 410 Lamprecht, Wilhelm, 38, 237, 286, 531–32, 875 Lamy, John (Jean Baptiste), Rev., 166, 532 Lancaster, Burt, 615 Lancaster, Mary, 268 Lancaster, William, 718 Landberg, E. C., 16, 241 Landberg, G. T., 241 Landell, Walter B., 533 Landers, T. F., 807 Landrum, Betty, 532 Landrum, Jesse, 532

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Landrum, John J., Col., 192, 318, 699 Landrum, Mary Pat, 532 Landrum, Ralph L., 408, 532 Landrum, Richard, 283 Landsdowne, Helen B., 244 Landwehr, Bernard, 885 Landwehr, Tom, 885 Lane, Donald, Rev., 446 Lane, James Robert, 532 Lane, Joseph, 378 Lane, William LeRoy, 532–33 Lanfersiek, Elizabeth Ellerman, 533 Lanfersiek, Pearl A. Blanchard, 840 Lanfersiek, Walter B., 533, 840 Lanfersiek, William Henry, 533 Lang, Charles, 546 Lang, Clara Rauchfuss, 533 Lang, Frank T., 533 Lang, Hugo, 533 Lang, James, 968, 980 Lang, John, 684 Lang, Louis, 532 Lang, Theodore, 533 Langdon, Freddy, 736 Langhorne, John T., Capt., 288, 543, 595 Langhorne, Maurice, Col., 288 Langley, Ann, 593 Langley, John W., 895 Langsam, Julia, 492 Langsam, Walter, 759 Lang’s Cafeteria, 220, 533 Langtry, Lillie, 69 Lantz, Catherine, 944 Lantz, Nicholas, 164 Larki, A. M., 23 Larkin, J. F., 4 LaRoche, Cheryl, 32 LaRosa, Buddy, 932 LaRosa, Tony, 25, 932 Larose, Rose, 133 Larry A. Ryle High School, 65, 533–34, 797 Larsh, Charles W., 514 Larvo, Anthony, 483 Larvo, Joseph, 483 La Salette Academy, 245, 431, 473, 479, 534, 603, 693, 702, 747, 769, 808 La Salle, René-Robert Cavelier, 257, 686 Lashbrooke, Peter, 975 Lassetter, Clarence, 359, 613, 674, 675, 887 Lassing, Anna E., 534 Lassing, H. C., 534 Lassing, John Maurice, 534, 758, 897 Last Kentucky Raid, 627 Late Prehistoric period, 22 Latham, Mary Pat Comer, 211 Latinos, 173, 251, 475, 535, 791, 880, 979 Latonia, 536; Baptist Church, 536–37; Christian Church, 256, 537; Ice & Fuel Company, 472; Racecourse, 94, 108, 198, 224,

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Latonia (continued) 288, 351, 384, 387, 461, 507, 528, 536, 537–38, 539, 574, 639, 647, 768, 811, 878, 894, 919, 955; Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, 746 Latonia Lakes, 537, 684 Latonia Springs, 254, 461, 538–39, 629, 925 Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 300, 485 Latrobe, John H. B., 485 Latta, Alexander Bonner, 539, 573 Latta, Edmunson, 539 Latta, Findlay, 539 Latta, G. Taylor, 539 Latta, John, 539 Latta, Rebecca Bonner, 539 Laughead, John D., 116, 211, 325 Laur, Katie, 968 Lausche, Frank, 200 LaVelle, James, 699 LaVelle, Mary, 699 Lawler, James, 521 Lawless, John, 283, 690 Lawrence, Elias D., Maj., 460 Lawrence, Elizabeth, 750 Lawrence, George, 432 Lawrence, Michael, 750 Lawrence, Sarah, 750 Lawrenceville, 539 Laws, Mattie, 247 Lawson, Leo, 753 Lawson, Robert, 207 Lawton, Alma, 830 Layne, James C., 239 L. B. Fouse Civic Center, 293 L. B. Fouse Civic League, 970 L. B. Wilson Radio Company, 539–40 Leach, Robert, 409 Leadership Northern Kentucky, 540 lead industry, 418, 540, 695, 711 Leadingham, E. E., Rev., 446 Leary, Rosemary Cari, 202 Leathers, Benjamin W., 249 Leathers, Elizabeth, 418, 540 Leathers, John, 249, 418 Leathers, John, Col., 531 Leathers, John W., 249, 262, 540–41 Leavitt, Benjamin, Rev., 813 Lebanon Presbyterian Church, 541, 733 Lechner, Alexia, 833 LeCompte, Joseph, 215 Ledger Independent, 541, 556 Ledgerwood, John, 3 Ledgerwood, Samuel, 3 Ledonne, Joseph, 483 Ledoux, Albert Reid, 541–42 Ledoux, Augustus, 541 Ledoux, Katharine Reid, 541 Ledoux, Louis P., 541 Ledoux, Louis Vernon, 542 Lee, Catherine “Dixie,” 542, 970 Lee, D. Collins, 542, 700–701 Lee, Dickey, 821 Lee, Edmund Shackleford “E. S.,” 542, 833, 917 Lee, E. Joseph, 877

Lee, Eliza, 390 Lee, Elizabeth Waller, 542 Lee, Frank A., 434 Lee, George Somers, 164, 698 Lee, Gresham, 592 Lee, Gypsy Rose, 133, 919 Lee, H. A., 122 Lee, Hancock, 196 Lee, Harper, 811 Lee, Harriet, 443 Lee, Henry, Brig. Gen., 100, 224, 362, 485, 542–43, 543, 552, 588, 600, 935, 936 Lee, J. A., 974 Lee, Jake, 164 Lee, James S., 3, 252 Lee, J. A., Rev., 536 Lee, Jeanette, 542 Lee, John Allie, Rev., 723 Lee, Joshua E., 542 Lee, Lula Jane, 944 Lee, Nat, 646 Lee, Nellie M., 164 Lee, Peggy, 402 Lee, Peter, 543, 600 Lee, Richard, 229 Lee, Richard Henry, 485 Lee, Robert E., Gen., 82, 125, 434, 448, 621, 919, 979 Lee, R. W., 194 Lee, Susan Arnold, 543 Lee, Virginia, 133 Lee, Wellington, 542 Lee, William, 3 Lee, William L., 190, 191 Lee, Willis, 704 Lee, Willis Augustus, Jr., “Hose,” Vice Adm., 494, 543, 646, 695, 698, 976 Lee, Willis Augustus, Sr., 543 Lee, W. Vernon, 542 Lee House, 543, 600 Leen, Bobby, 412 Leever, Sam, 239 LeFevre, Peter P., 576 Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, 543–44 Legge, George W., 258 Leggett, Archibald, 4 Lehr, Borgias, 523, 796 Leick, Mathias, 797 Leick, Michael, Rev., 876 Leigh, Vivien, 770 Leinhauser, Lawrence, 787 Leitch, David, Maj., 6, 60, 69, 144, 206, 207, 361, 544, 548, 868, 869, 957 Leitch, James, 544 Leitch, Keturah Moss. See Taylor, Keturah Moss Leitch Lelen, Joseph M., Rev., 781 LeMay, Curtis, Gen., 48, 751 Le Moyne, Charles, 87, 102 Lening, Merit, 806 Leno, Jay, 327 Lenox, Samuel B., 111, 544 Lenox, William M., 684 Lenoxburg, 544 Lense, Fred, 50 Lents, R. V., 103

Lentz, H. Max, Rev., 459 Leonard, Katherine, 862 Leonard, Mae, 580 Leonard Smoot, 79 Leopolda, Mary, 761 Leo XIII (Pope), 809, 867 Leparoux, Julian, 895 Leslie, Larry, Rev., 674 Leslie, Preston H., 154, 715, 821 Leslie, Willis M., 387 Lett, Charles L., 553 Letton, Ralph, 539 Levassor, Armand, 544 Levassor, Clara, 544 Levassor, Eugene, 454, 544–45, 924 Levassor, Sofia, 544 Leveque, Carol, 798 Levine, David, 874 Levine, James, 808 Levine, Nathan, 874 Levine, Oscar, 874 Levinson, Samuel V., Rabbi, 863 Levis, John T., 233, 668 Lewallen, Krystal, 65 Lewin, A. M., 807 Lewis, Alice Kirk Johnson, 545 Lewis, Andrew, Maj., 372, 564 Lewis, Basil, 668 Lewis, Beatrice Jackson, 85 Lewis, Edward Holt, 545 Lewis, George, 546, 551, 588, 834 Lewis, Homer Dewey, 545 Lewis, Homer Dick, 545 Lewis, Isaac, 229 Lewis, Jasper, 978 Lewis, Jerry L., 327 Lewis, J. T., 191 Lewis, L., 3 Lewis, Lyda Florence, 545, 596, 600, 970 Lewis, Mel, 920 Lewis, Meriwether, 35, 88, 210, 373, 407, 545–46, 552, 585, 654, 919. See also Lewis and Clark in Northern Kentucky Lewis, Phillip, 806 Lewis, Samuel, 435 Lewis, S. P., Rev., 814 Lewis, Ted, 640, 919 Lewis, Thatcher, 948 Lewis, Thomas, 8 Lewis, Thomas K. “T. K.,” 354 Lewis, Uncle Al, 736 Lewis, Viola Codey, 545 Lewis and Clark in Northern Kentucky, 88, 373, 545–46, 919. See also Clark, William; Lewis, Meriwether Lewisburg: Covington, 546; Mason Co., 546–47 Lewis Craig Memorial Baptist Church, 109 Le Wright, Edmund, 892 L’Hommedieu, Alma, 245 Libeskid, Daniel, 227, 550 libraries, 547; Boone Co. Public Library, 103; Bracken Co. Public Library, 112; Campbell Co. Public Library, 146–47; Carroll

Co. Public Library, 159–60; Covington Public Library, 243–44; Gallatin Co. Public Library, 380–82; Grant Co. Public Library, 415–16; Kenton Co. Public Library, 508–9; Mason Co. Public Library, 587; Newport Public Library, 659–60; Owen Co. Public Library, 695–97; Pendleton Co. Public Library, 708; Robertson Co. Public Library, 766 Licking River, 547–48; flood of 1964, 347; flood of 1997, 347–48; navigation, 548, 549; The Point, 719–20; river trade, 762 Licking Riverside, 450 Licking-Riverside National Historic District, 53–54, 105, 234, 530, 548, 549–50, 687 Lidington, Lydia Schorry, 773 Lidington, Thomas B., 773 Lidington, Thomas J. See Ryan, Tommy Liggett, Barbara, 380 Liggett, Louis, 715 Light, Gary, 76 Light, Rufus, 700 Lightfoot, Dennis S., Rev., 226, 557, 760, 845 Lightfoot, George, 633 Lightfoot, Samuel, 3 Lillard, David, 57, 635, 648, 690, 872 Lillard, Jerry D., 698 Lilley, John, 361 Lilliard, David, 900 Lilly, Bob, 613 Lilly, David, 684 Lily Candy Shop, 151 Limaburg, 550–51 lime industry, 551, 614 Limerick, Robert E., 226 Limestone, 551–52 Limestone Creek, 551–52 Lin, John Naw, 40 Lincoln, Abraham, 2, 9, 32, 33, 113, 125, 174, 188, 189, 191, 225, 252, 262, 374, 396, 397, 435, 484, 518, 519, 524, 555, 570, 580, 595, 605, 609, 610, 614, 616, 626, 635, 638, 647, 648, 751, 752, 765, 843, 919, 922, 926 Lincoln, Mary Todd, 711, 765, 843 Lincoln, Nancy Hanks, 610, 614 Lincoln, Thomas B., 119 Lincoln, William, 902 Lincoln-Grant School, 7, 8, 11, 187, 241, 244, 432, 493, 552–53, 606, 704, 737, 817, 953 Lindberg, Charles, 609 Lindeman, A. J., 310 Linden Grove Cemetery, 436, 446, 554, 855 Linder, Carl, 512 Lindert, Francis, 890 Lindner, Carl, 980 Lindner, Richard, 980 Lindner, Robert, 980

INDEX Lindsay, Henry, 735 Lindsay, Joe, 923 Lindsay, Nicholas, 835 Lindsay, William, Col., 698 Lindsey, Martha R., 851 Lindsey, Mary C., 502 Lindsey, Richard, 366 Lindsey, Thomas, 658 Link, Joseph, 883 Link * GIS, 669 Linnemann, Henry, 374 Linstaedt, Freda Aschenback, 554 Linstaedt, Herschel J., 554, 640 Linstaedt, William J., 554 Linville, Earl Mac, 766 Linville, Jacob H., 527 Lionel Flying Field, 15, 295, 554–55 Lions Clubs, 93, 185, 555 Lippert, Anna Maria Bergmann Leonard, 555 Lippert, Johann, 555 Lippert, Leon, 38, 555–56, 778, 786 Lipscomb, A. B., 134 Lisa, Manuel, 210 List, Arthur, 59 literature, 556–57 Littell, James, 960 Littell, William, 141, 416, 960 Little, Arthur O., Rev., 646 Little, Henry W., Rev., 302, 405 Little, Rich, 327 Littleford, Roger, 23 Littleton, Robert, 557, 760, 845 Little Turtle (Mishikinakwa), 549, 558, 687 Littmann, Walter, 890 Littrell, L. C., 698 Litzendorff, Henrietta, 659 Litzler, Tom, 364 Lively, A., 366 Livers, Dave, 558 Livers, Lula Thurston, 558 Livers, William “Bill,” 7, 434, 558, 563, 640, 695 Livingston, Edward, 725 Livingston, J. R., 639 Livingston, Robert, 686 Lloyd, Alice, 559, 586, 596, 970, 972 Lloyd, Curtis Gates, 251, 253, 415, 522, 559, 560, 561, 562. See also Curtis Gates Lloyd Wildlife Area Lloyd, Evan, 559 Lloyd, John Uri, 251, 310, 350, 352, 357, 373, 489, 522, 557, 559, 559–60, 560, 561, 714, 772, 857, 983 Lloyd, Lydia Cheeseman Houston, 559 Lloyd, Marcia Olive, 561 Lloyd, Nelson Ashley, 251, 350, 559, 560, 560–61, 561 Lloyd, Nelson Marvin, 63, 559, 560 Lloyd, N. M., 269 Lloyd, Sophia Webster, 350, 559, 560 Lloyd Brothers Pharmacists Inc., 560, 561 Lloyd Memorial High School, 62, 65, 308, 310, 355, 561–62

Lloyd’s Welfare House, 559, 562 Lobel, Abraham, 863 Lochry, Archibald, Col., 754 Lock, David R., 721 Lockhart, J., 16 Lockwood, Arthur G., 897 Lockwood, Myrtle, 852 Locust, 562; High School, 562, 562–63 Locust, F. C., Rev., 335 Loder, Lewis A., 713 Loehr, Gustavus, 772 Lofton, Chris, 67, 587 Logan, Benjamin, Col., 96, 100, 361, 430, 499, 549, 768 Logan, M., 41 Logan, M. M., 766 Logan, V. H., 179, 181 Logsdon, Jimmie, 230 Lohmeyer, E. G., 845 Lohr, Philip, 237 Lomax, Alan, 95 Lomb, Esther, 944 Long, Joeff, 62 Long, Laura, 662 Long, Robert, 57 Long, Stephen H., Maj., 689 Longaker, Frank C., Rev., 789 Long Beach, 687 Longmoor, George, 307 Longmoor, William, 307 Long Ridge, 563 Longshore, Robert, 437 Longstreet, James, 434 Longworth, Nicholas, 49, 155, 435, 917, 918 Lonneman, Andrew, 631, 840, 841 Loofbourrow, Mary Pancoast, 892 Loofbourrow, Wade Hampton, 892 Lookout Heights, 563 Lookout House, 86, 133, 204, 267, 282, 410, 486, 499, 563, 563–64, 640, 744, 917 Loomis, Edna May, 912 Loomis, O. G., 179 Looney, Hilda Jett, 296 Looney, Michael F., 296 Looney, Yvonne D., 296 Loos, W. J., 162 Looschelders, Henry, Rev., 776 Looy, Mark, 29 Lopez, Narcisco, 85 Lord Dunmore’s War, 196, 503, 564, 686, 754 Lorenzen, Jared, 355 Loring, Clara B., 564, 640, 888 Loring, Frank, 564 Lott, John, 3, 24 Lotz, Bob, 613 Lou, Bonnie, 230 Louisiana Hotel, 564–65, 633 Louis Marx & Bros. Furniture, 375, 376 Louisville, Cincinnati, and Lexington Railroad, 157, 161, 181, 404, 476, 527, 565, 566, 745, 746, 800, 847, 912, 928, 932, 978, 985

Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 144, 157, 161, 172, 175, 183, 252, 260, 264, 272, 278, 291, 317, 383, 391, 406, 464, 536, 565, 566, 597, 601, 609, 637, 650, 745, 747, 774, 776, 800, 813, 817, 854, 887, 919, 928, 948, 978 Louisville and Nashville Railroad Bridge, 527 Louisville Courier Journal, 665 Love, Robert A., 634 Lovell, Howell Lewis, Jr., 724 Lovell, Mamie Rose, 427 Lovell, May F. Rodgers, 724 Lovell, Ruby, 811 Lovell, Virginia Lee, 453 Lovett, Thomas D., 106 Low, Juliette Gordon, 402 Lowe, Albert, 814 Lowe, Hardin, Rev., 405 Lowe, Harry K., 338 Lowe, Henry C., 11 Lowe, Henry, Pvt., 977 Loyd, Elijah, 975 Lubbe, Jean, 453 Lubrecht, George, 807 Lucas, Kenneth Ray, 174, 220, 257, 263, 566–67 Lucas, Louis, 448 Lucas, Nobel, 120 Lucas, Robert M., 154, 448 Luce, Clare Booth, 75 Lucy, Charles V., 477 Lucy Dupuy Montz House, 933 Ludewig, Frank, 783 Ludlow, 567–68; High School, 435, 567, 568; Independent School District, 567, 568–69; News Enterprise, 664 Ludlow, Albert, 567–68, 568 Ludlow, Grace, 888 Ludlow, Helen, 627 Ludlow, Israel L., Jr., 132, 300, 470, 567, 627, 841, 946, 947 Ludlow, William, 567–68, 568 Ludlow, William S., 807 Ludwig I (King of Bavaria), 237 Luebbers, Larry, Jr., 63 Luhn, Joseph, 954 Lukowsky, Esther Agnes Cole, 569 Lukowsky, Joseph, 569 Lukowsky, June H., 613 Lukowsky, Rebecca, 569 Lukowsky, Robert O., Jr., 232, 569 Lukowsky, Robert O., Sr., 569 Lukowsky, Rosemary Domashko, 569 Lumis, James, 807 Lumpkin, Beverly, 760 Lundergan, Jerry, 152, 483 Lundsford, Bruce, 263 Lungren, Frank H., 818 Lunsford, Jimmy, 520 Lunsford, Robert J., 865 Lunt, Alfred, 936 Lupton, James B., 4 Lurton, Horace Harmon, 144, 232, 570 Lurton, Lycurgus L., 570

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Lurton, Sarah Ann Harmon, 570 Lusby, Attie, 897 Lusby, Jenny, 360 Lusby, John, 570 Lusby, W. G., 305 Lusby, William, 570 Lusby’s Mill, 115, 570 Lusk, David, 124 Lustron Homes, 570 Lutcliffe, Timothy D., 975 Luther, Martin, 395, 570, 733 Lutherans, 570–71, 906 Lutter, John H., 481 Lutz, Charlie, 3, 899 Lyell, Charles, 88 Lykins, Retta Craig, 398 Lyles, Palmore, 159 Lynch, Elizabeth Ann, 735 lynching, 572, 817, 836; of Peter Klein, 571–72 Lynd, Samuel, 554, 948, 949 Lynn, Samuel, Rev., 757 Lyon, Anderson, Gen., 279 Lyon, Frederick D., 263 Lyons, Billy, 356 Lyons, Hilliard, 125 Lyons, Ruth, 104, 115, 736, 917, 972 Lyons, W. L., 125 Lyter, J., 277 Lytle, Arthur P., 111 Lytle, Tara, 971 Lytle, William, Gen., 294 Mabry, Joseph Alexander, 437 Mabry, Joseph, Jr., 437 MacAlister, Edward, 229 MacAllister, Charles, 229, 873 MacArthur, Douglas, Gen., 11, 609 Mace, Richard, 4 machine tools, 573 Mack, David, 38, 557, 573 Mack, Edgar Leroy, Rev., 60, 188, 573–74, 581, 643, 792 Mack, Edgar W., 573 Mack, Ida May, 573 Mack, Lonnie, 574, 641 Mack, Reddy, 505 Mack, Sarah L. Johnson, 573 Mack, Steven, 573 Mack, Wilson Grant, 573 Mackaye, Steele, 734 Macke, Frank J., 628 Macke, Joseph, 861 Macke, Julia Walsh, 628 Macke, Mary Catherine, 628–29 MacKemie, Francis, Rev., 733 Mackey, Bobby, 95, 230, 329, 609, 641. See also Bobby Mackey’s Music World Mackey, Daniel, 360 Mackey, William, 229 MacKibben, James, 15 Mackie, Ann Eliza, 580 Macklin, Fred T., 181, 225 Macklin, William, 225 Mackoy, Elizabeth G. Hardia, 574 Mackoy, F., 845 Mackoy, John, 574 Mackoy, William H., 574

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MacLean, R. D., 734 Macmillan, Robert, 889 Macomb, Alexander, 269, 270 Macomb, Isabella, 269, 270 Macomb, J. N., Col., 1 Macomb, Julia Stockton, 269 Macomb, Susan, 269 Macon, Uncle Dave, 207 Macready, William, 358 Madam Lena, 427, 485 Madam Sheba, 427 Madden, Thomas, 350, 611 Maddox, Louis Oliver, 865 Maddux, Fannie F., 844 Maddux, Louis Oliver, 844 Madeira, A. D., 523 Madison, George, 574 Madison, James, 138, 206, 379, 485, 654, 868, 888, 964 Madison, J. L., Rev., 792 Madison Ave., 574; Baptist Church, 574–75; Christian Church, 241, 272, 575, 858 Madonna, 812 Maes, Camillus Paul, 42, 60, 122, 166, 227, 239, 241, 256, 271, 282, 455, 576, 605, 634–35, 693, 769, 775, 776, 777, 782, 788, 789, 795, 796, 797, 798, 832, 840, 867 Maes, John Baptist, 576 Maes, Justine Ghyoot, 576 Maestas, Huberto, 167 Magee, Marian “Mary” Cecilia, 782 Magoffi n, Beriah, 323, 330, 519, 580 Mahan, John B., 4, 302, 595, 904 Maher, Alice Flynn, 526 Maher, Chris, 904 Maher, Peter, 70 Maher, Walt, 951 Mahoney, John, 37 Mahoney, Larry Wayne, 161–62 Maile, Dick, 66 Maines, Bud, 261 Maines, Harold, 261 Maines Hardware, 933 Mains, C. L., 376 Mains, Robert, 902–3 Main Strasse, 98, 117, 138, 157, 184, 195, 234, 240, 395, 487, 576–77, 671, 815, 919, 950 Main St. United Methodist Church, 577 Major, Ann F. Smith, 577 Major, Frank W., 577 Major, George, 577 Major, Thomas Smith, 199, 577–78, 626 Makibben, T. P., 448 Malin, Samuel, 979 Mallett, J. M., 4, 903 Mallory, Robert, 216 Mallory, Tom, 360 Malone, Frank H., Rev., 575 Malone, Jacqueline, 139 Maloney, John J., 69, 212, 262 Maltby, Francis Goggin, 667 Malvin, John, 3 mammals, 322 Mandell, Sammy, 107, 865

Manker, J. L., 807 Manley, Caleb Stone, 140, 307, 308, 356. See also Caleb Manley House Mann, Austin, 309 Mann, David Scott, 263, 274, 578, 741 Mann, Faye, 578 Mann, Henry M., 575, 578 Mann, Terry, 263 Mann, Thomas, 918 Mannen, Thomas, 485 Manning, Joseph, 38, 578 Manning, Joseph Nathan, 578 Manning, Lena Gilio, 578 Mansfield, E. M., 934 Mansion, Jones, 634 Mansion Hill Historic District, 450, 578–79, 656 Mantell, Thomas, Capt., 905 Maplewood Children’s Home, 579 March, Peyton C., 363 Marconi, Guglielmo, 743 Marcotte, Paul, 89 Margue, Peter, 798 Marin, John, 29 Mariner, E. H., Rev., 335 Marion, Francis, 625 Mark, Bob, 456 Markland Dam, 223, 312, 380, 398, 549, 579–80, 606, 686, 688, 689, 742, 762, 932, 934 Marks, Joe E., 580 Marks, L. V., 111 Marks, Stanley, 182 Marksberry, Michelle, 312 Marksberry, Tom, 499 Marlow, William, 304 Marquette, Jacques, 532 Marschman, Emmert J., 254 Marsh, Randy, 63 Marshall, Allen, 306 Marshall, Arthur, Rev., 776 Marshall, Charles A., 229, 581 Marshall, Charlotte, 285, 368 Marshall, Elizabeth, 210 Marshall, George B., 668 Marshall, George Catlett, Gen., 46, 580, 877 Marshall, Hugh, 46 Marshall, Humphrey, Gen., 190, 214, 216, 290, 580, 605, 629, 734, 905 Marshall, John, 7, 210, 290, 433, 518, 580, 581, 585, 604, 889, 920, 922, 935 Marshall, Martin, 278, 580 Marshall, Matilda B. Taliaferro, 580 Marshall, Phoebe A. Paxton, 581 Marshall, Sandra A., 773 Marshall, Thomas A., 216 Marshall, Thomas, Col., 285, 433, 580, 585, 592, 935 Marshall, Thornton F., 580 Marshall, Uncle Bill, 3 Marshall, William Champe, 46 Marshall, William Louis, Gen., 581 Marshall’s, 410 Marston, J. Ward, 839

Marterie, Ralph, 920 Martin, A. F., 85 Martin, Alberteena, 532 Martin, Alice M., 581 Martin, Asa, 207 Martin, Bill, 884, 885 Martin, Dalton, 702 Martin, Dean, 153 Martin, Dinah, 124 Martin, Don, Sr., 364 Martin, Douglas, 581 Martin, Elmer, 437 Martin, Eric M., 74 Martin, Gaylynn, 581 Martin, Harry H., 482 Martin, Helen Bullitt, 519 Martin, Isaac, 721 Martin, J. B., 126 Martin, Jimmy, 95 Martin, John G., 963 Martin, Joseph F., 376 Martin, Karen, 581 Martin, Katherine, 247 Martin, Lyman, 190 Martin, Lynn, 581 Martin, Margaret Ann “Peggy,” 83 Martin, Mary, 580 Martin, Nora Colston, 702 Martin, Rob, 755 Martin, Virginia Ellis, 126 Martin, William, 541 Martin, William Henry III, 553, 581 Martin, William Henry, Jr., 5, 443, 482, 581 Martin, William Henry, Sr., 581 Martz, Jacob, 771 Marvel, William, 190 Marx, Louis, 376 Marx, Robert S., 271 Marx Furniture, 622 Marydale, 268, 581–82, 638, 817, 819 Mary Ingles Highway, 141, 207, 211, 366, 478, 528, 582–83, 691, 831, 892, 897, 931 Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, 474, 583 Marz, Clifford, Pfc., 977 Masheck, Charles, Rev., 737, 788 Mashuda, Frank, 179 Mason, 583; High School, 415, 583, 589 Mason, A. D., 383, 847 Mason, Bobbie Ann, 557, 860, 985 Mason, Charles, 588 Mason, David, 684 Mason, George, 196, 405, 583, 583 Mason, Gilbert, Rev., 336, 937 Mason, John C., 216 Mason, Lucy, 405 Mason, Lula, 335 Mason, Mary, 405 Mason Co., 583–86, 584; African Americans in, 6; courthouses, 586; covered bridges, 232–33; Dover, 279; Germantown, 395–96; gristmills, 425; Helena, 440; High School, 66, 416, 586–87, 593, 596, 600;

Lewisburg, 546–47; Limestone, 551–52; Mayslick, 593–94; Maysville, 594–96; Minerva, 621; Murphysville, 638–39; Orangeburg, 691; post offices, 728; Public Library, 513, 547, 587; Public Schools, 587–88; railroad depots, 745; Sardis, 805; sawmills, 807; Slip Up, 838; stations, 546, 588; Underground Railroad, 904; Washington, 935–36 Mason-Dixon Line, 156, 588, 652, 686 Masons, 142, 185, 261, 383, 399, 404, 440, 477, 589–92, 601, 633, 744, 834, 841, 846 Masters, William, 353 Masterson, Albert “Red,” 590–91 Masterson, Elizabeth “Bettie” Sampson, 590 Masterson, Red, 385 Masterson, Richard, 379, 592, 725 Masterson, Sarah, 39, 164, 592 Masterson, William W., 590 Masterson House, 592 Mastin, Matthew L., 553 Matheny, Adnrew, 108 Matheny, Robert, Rev., 141 Matheny, Suzanne, 108 Mathers, Alfred, 717 Mathew, Theobald, Rev., 479 Mathews, Artie, 487 Mathews, Clarence, 541 Mathews, Mary, 541 Mathews, William B., 541, 807 Mathis, Curtis, 51, 180 Matson, John S., 755 Mattar, Samuel, 386 Mattar, Solomon, 386 Mattenheimer, Ervin B., 743 Matthews, Artie “Mr. 814,” 744 Matthews, Chichester, 76, 368, 803 Matthews, Edward, 4 Matthews, Elizabeth, 378 Matthews, H. T., 962 Matthews, Ruth, 445 Matthews, Sabra, 901 Mattioli, Lino, 263 Mattox, Russell, 122 Maurer, Edward, 592, 686 Maurer, Joseph, 592 Maurer, Rebecca Cook, 592 Maurer, William, 592 Mauss, Richard G., 714 Maxddon, Dean Richards, 705 Maxey, George, 806 Maxted, Billy, 920 Maxwell, G. M., Rev., 4 May, Agnes Smith, 592 May, John, 552, 592–93, 593, 595 May, John, Jr., 592 May, O. Worth, Rev., 674, 890 May, William, 593 Mayfield, Frank, 848 Maynard, Jack, 521 Maynard, John W., 467 Maynard, Ruth, 467 Mayo, Daniel, 873

INDEX Mayo, Margaret, 723 Mays, Thomas, 190 Mayslick, 593–94; Christian Church, 144, 272, 594, 946 Maysville, 594–96; Academy, 596–97, 600; Brick Company, 118, 598, 849; Colonization Society, 593, 599; Community and Technical College, 264, 596, 599, 712, 936; Country Club, 599; flood control, 345; High School, 64, 65, 587, 600; historic buildings, 600–601; Ledger Independent, 541; tobacco warehouses, 602 Maysville-Aberdeen Bridge. See Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge Maysville and Lexington Railroad, 56, 57, 59, 181, 234, 236, 237, 421, 480, 511, 566, 597, 601, 746, 887 Maysville and Lexington Turnpike, 595, 597, 597–98, 814 Maysville Community and Technical College, 586 Maysville Road Bill, 585, 595, 598, 601–2, 935 Mazzei, Frank C., 483 Mazzei, Peter F., 483 McAbee, Carol Hemingray, 442 McAbee, Phillip, 442 McAboy, Paradise Lost, 937 McAdam, John, 598 McAfee, George, 109 McAfee, James, 109 McAfee, Robert, 109, 595 McArthur, Duncan, 935 McArthur, James Madison, 82, 257, 602 McArthur, Jefferson, 335 McArthur, Mary Michie Tomkins, 602 McArthur, Peter, 602 McAttee, Harry, 409 McBrayer, James, 910 McBrayer, Sophia Hardin, 910 McBride, James, 157, 603, 725, 834 McBride, Mayme, 319 McCaff rey, Dominic, 106 McCaff rey, Thomas J., Rev., 790 McCall, Michael, 389 McCalla, William L., Rev., 143, 338, 585, 937 McCann, Mollie, 421 McCaque, Thomas, 4 McCarthey, J., 952 McCarthy, Aileen, 38, 603 McCarthy, Cordelia Lambert, 603 McCarthy, Jeremiah, 603 McCarthy, Joseph, 499 McCarty, Charles N., 752 McCarty, Thomas, Very Rev., 876 McClanahan, Edward L., 603 McClanahan, Edward Poage “Ed,” 122, 556, 557, 603–4, 646, 860, 985 McClanahan, Jessie Poage, 603 McClanahan, J. P., 902 McClaran, Emma, 322

McClellan, George B., Gen., 188, 192, 518, 519, 580, 614 McClorey, Howard, 93, 274, 791, 830, 894 McClue, Montague, 26 McCluir, Andrew, 541 McClung, John Alexander, 604 McClung, William, 604 McClure, Alexander, 541 McClure, Monticue T., 190 McClure, Moses, 541 McClure, Nathaniel, 541 McClure, S., 190 McCollough, Mae, 580 McCollum, John, 476 McConnell, John, 291 McConnell, Mitch, 367 McCoo, Edward J., Rev., 792 McCoole, Mike, 106 McCord, Howard, 36 McCord, Zelma, 226 McCordle, P. R., 866 McCormack, John, 364 McCormick, Barry, 63, 64 McCormick, Charles E., 147 McCormick, George, 312 McCoull, Ann, 397 McCoull, Neil, 397 McCoy, George W., 63 McCoy, W. H., 453 McCoy, William, Capt., 325 McCracken, Charles, 190 McCracken, James E., 973 McCracken, V., Capt., 233 McCracking, R. B., 189 McCrae, Alexander, Capt., 193 McCready, W. G., 659 McCreary, James, 534, 572, 951 McCrory, J. G., 343 McCrystal, John J., Rev., 778 McCullough, H., 586 McCullough, John, 733 McCullough, Patrick, 801 McCullum, W. C., 978 McDaniel, James, 978 McDaniel, J. H., 425 McDannell, Arena, 934 McDannell, James, Capt., 934 McDermid, Francis, 691 McDermot, J. J., 724 McDonald, Charles, 241, 505 McDonald, George, 352 McDonald, Jeanette, 615 McDonald, R. B., 426 McDonald, Theodosius, 397 McDonald’s, 411 McDonell, Ruth Jean, 759, 760 McDowell, C. H., Rev., 961 McDowell, James E., 904 McDowell, Jane Denny, 366 McElrath, Thomas P., Capt., 164 McElrath, T. J., 160, 163 McElroy, Lucy, 206 McEntire, Reba, 464 McEuen, C. H., 376 McEvoy, Jenny Jameson, 604 McEvoy, William, 981 McEvoy, William Peter, 604 McFarlan, Frank G., Rev., 336

McFarland, Eunice Dorsey, 604 McFarland, John J., 199 McFarland, Robert, Sr., 604 McFarland, Robert White, 604 McGail, Tom, 739 McGann, Dan, 64 McGee, Andrew, 643 McGee, Roy, 305 McGee, Wayne, 396 McGill, William, 412 McGinness, James, 364, 448 McGinty, Thomas, 200 McGivney, Michael J., Rev., 522 McGlasson, Benjamin F., 627 McGrady, Thomas, Rev., 479, 605, 840 McGraw, Jefferson, 225 McGraw, Lee H., 432, 624 McGraw, Steven, 758 McGraw, Thomas Jefferson “Jeff ” “T.J.,” 144, 225, 344, 605, 704 McGuire, John J., 583 McHatton, Robert, 215 McHenry, Barnabas, 962 McIlvaine, Thomas, 578 McKain, Emma, 754 McKay, Moses, 899 McKay, Robert, 915 McKee, Jeanie D., 238, 818 McKee, Samuel, 216, 763 McKee, Tom, 766 McKeever, James “Jim,” 168 McKellan, Ian, 391, 525 McKendree, William, 962 McKenna, Eleanor, 245 McKenny, Josephine, 708 McKeon, Joel, 62 McKinley, James, 588 McKinley, John, 136, 138 McKinley, Troy, 67, 830 McKinley, William, 206, 484 McKinney, Don, Rev., 40 McKinney, Oran “Mac,” 404 McKinney, Robert, 392 McKinneysburg, 605 McKinsie, R., 497 McKnight, Charles, 407 McKnight, John, 752 McKnight, Virgil, 56, 59 McLanahan, F., 807 McLane, Justice, 252 McLaughlin, A. A., 807 McLaughlin, Charles Jasper, 37, 549, 605 McLaughlin, Edward Ball, 605 McLaughlin, James K., 927 McLaughlin, James W., 240, 241, 247, 622, 629, 666 McLaughlin, Nancy Waller Sandford, 605, 888 McLean, Jack, 447 McLean, Nathaniel H., 194 McLeod, Anna, 606 McLeod, John C., 606 McLeod, John S., 552, 606 McMahon, Edward, Rev., 791 McMahon, Peter, Rev., 780 McMannis, Allan, 563 McMillan, John F., 952

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McMillan, Paul D., 815 McMillen, Francis M., Sgt., 111, 606, 609 McMillen, James, 835, 905 McMillian, George W., 827 McMillian, William, 907 McMurtry, Steve, 550 McNair, Barbara, 204 McNamara, Catherine, 606 McNamara, Mary Catherine, 479, 606, 971 McNamara, Patrick J., 606 McNees, A., 318 McNees, A. J., 426 McNeeve, Ellen “Nellie” Grossman, 875 McNeeve, Frank, 875 McNeeve, Rosemary, 875 McNeill, James Abbott, 128 McNeis, J., 426 McNerney, James M., 473, 526, 782 McNickel, John, 480 McNicolas, John T., 848 McNutt, Randy, 97 McPerkins, Anderson, 187, 643, 817 McPhee, Bid, 64 McPheeters, Harold, 613 McPherson, Alexander, 541, 912 McPherson, Charlene, 398 McQuery, Wiliam “Mox,” 62, 505 McQuithy, Caleb, 899 McRae, Carmen, 920 McSweeney, John, Rev., 782 McVey, Joy, 971 McVille, 606 McWade, Robert, 733 Mead, S., 298 Meade, George, Gen., 434, 703 Meade, William, Rev., 645 Meader, Adeline, 560 Meadows, Mark, 382 Meadowview Regional Medical Center, 437, 463, 586, 606–7 Means, Robert F., 288 Meanwell, John “Jack” Leonard, 38, 379, 607–8 Meanwell, Leonard William, 607 Meanwell, Mary Eleanor Jenkins, 607 meatpacking, 125, 278, 511, 530, 546, 548, 608–9, 686, 756 Mecalfe, Leonidas, Col., 595 Medal of Honor, 111, 144, 313, 363, 446, 462, 525, 606, 609–10, 823, 914, 973 medicinal herbs, 610 Medley, Dave, 830 Medley, James, 902 Meehan, Eleanor, 612 Meehan, James, 182, 612 Meek, John Risk, 105 Meeks, Catherine, 407 Meeks, Edward, Col., 76 Mefford, George, 100, 552, 588, 936 Mefford, Grad, 159 Mefford, Thomas, Rev., 305 Megerle, Jean, 448 Megibben, T. J., 460 Mehling, Chris, 841

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Meier, Billy, 830 Meier, Harry, 517 Meier, John, 807 Meier, Mary Jane Scheper, 612 Meier, Paul W., 250 Meiners, Mary Angela, 832 Meinken, Mary, 221 Melbourne, 612 Meldahl, Anthony, Capt., 613 Meldahl Dam, 111, 613, 687, 688, 689, 762 Mellinger, Alice, 956 Mendenhall, Emma, 818 Mendenhall, John, 774 Mendoza, Joe, 231 Menefee, Anna Belle, 642 Meng, Martha, 159 Menne, Marc, 312 Menninger, Gus, 374 mental health: Comprehend Inc., 213, 712; Kentucky Consumer Advocate Network (KYCAN), 512; Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky, 613–14; Mental Health Association of Kentucky (MHAKY), 613–14, 749; NorthKey Community Care, 213, 458, 613, 680–81, 858, 894 Mentel, Louis H., 387, 401, 744 Mentor, 614 Menzies, John William, 100, 216, 358, 523, 614, 621, 752, 897, 953 Menzies, William, 757 Menzies Station, 614 Mercer, Hugh, 829 Mergenthal, Art, 355 Merkel, Arno E., 614 Merkel, Elizabeth Phares, 614 Merkel, Una, 329, 446, 614–15, 828, 970 Merkle, Richard, 656 Merle, Margaret, 440 Merlin, John Joseph, 834 Merman, Ethel, 748 Merrell, H. M., 559–60, 561 Merrell, William S., 610 Merrill, Ed, 63 Merrill, S. M., 340 Merrill, William E., Col., 516 Merritt, Bessie, 528 Merritt, Bradley, 615 Merritt, Grace, 615 Merritt, John Ayers, 7, 356, 528, 615 Merry, Henry R., 553 Merry, Prettyman, 119 Mersmann, John H., 481 Mertes, William H., Rev., 169, 630, 641, 699, 858, 945 Merz, Arthur L., 265 Merz, Eugene, 265 Merz, Millard, 265 Mesozoic era, 393 Messick, Hank, 665 Metcalf, Benjamin, 4, 901 Metcalfe, Leonidas, 165, 284 Metcalfe, Thomas, 4, 165, 215, 594 Methodists, 615–16, 709. See also specific Methodist churches

Methven, Ellen Daisy, 435 Metzger, Jacob, 752 Mexican War, 111, 128, 137, 378, 436, 441, 523, 535, 617, 648, 655, 703, 873; Alexander Doniphan, 278 Meyer, A. M., 783 Meyer, Carolyn, 847 Meyer, Ernst, 92 Meyer, Joseph U. “Joe,” 262 Meyer, Louie, automobile dealership, 254 Meyer, Patsy, 487 Meyerratken, George H., 117 Meyers, Charles D. “Carmi,” 376 Meyers, Charles H., 74 Meyers, Fred J., 481 Meyers, John, 409 Meyers, Joseph, 443, 541 Meyers, Phillip, 501 Mezger, O., 395 Michaels, Frank L., 482, 618 Michaels, Lawrence, 482 Michaels, Lewis, 482, 618 Michaels, William, 529 Michaels Art Bronze Company, 618 Michaux, F. A., 593 Michel, Andreas, 783 Michels, Paul F., 181 Michener, James, 44, 329 Middendorf, Thomas, Rev., 582 Middendorf, William, 701 Middleton, Clyde W., 174, 753 Middleton, John, 593, 814 Middleton, Mary, 674 Mielech, Francis R., 168 Mignaty, Giorgio, 286 Mike Fink Floating Restaurant, 69, 71, 94, 550, 618, 673, 687 Milburn, Carol Swarts, 619 Milburn, Frank Sinton, 618–19 Milburn, Grace Barrington Sinton, 618 Milburn, John, 4 Milburn, John William, 618 Milburn, Tony, 477 Mile, Lacey, 356 Miles, Add, 619 Miles, Elizabeth, 39 Miles, Henry, 323 Miles, H. T., 849 Miles, John W., 310 Miles, Juliet, 3, 323, 619, 902, 903 Miles, M., 643 Miles, R. E. J., 733 Milford, 619 Milk, Harvey, 391, 525 milk sickness, 610 Mill, Stuart, 120 Mill, Walter E., 120 Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 269 Millennium Monument World Peace Bell, 619, 841 Miller, Ann, 748 Miller, Anna Bell Dickerson, 619 Miller, Augustus, 80 Miller, Bartlett T., 619, 872 Miller, Beatrice Lytle, 620 Miller, Bill “The Killer,” 635

Miller, Chuck, 968 Miller, David, 159 Miller, Ed, 840, 898 Miller, Edith, 898 Miller, Elzene, 889 Miller, F. J., 807 Miller, Florence, 80 Miller, Frank, 619 Miller, Fred, 806 Miller, Freddy, 106 Miller, George, 62 Miller, George A., Rev., 537 Miller, George Harrison, 619 Miller, Gustav V. “Gus,” 80 Miller, Harrison, 7 Miller, Hazel Blades, 80 Miller, James, 7 Miller, John C., 667 Miller, Joseph Bernard, 619–20 Miller, Larry, 830 Miller, Margaret J. Metcalfe, 620 Miller, Margaret Weisman, 80 Miller, Mattie Yelton, 619 Miller, Mitch, 204 Miller, N. Edd, 967 Miller, Ninona “Nona,” 557, 620, 971 Miller, Robert, 2 Miller, Ruth, 896 Miller, Samuel, 200 Miller, Wilhelmina, 555 Miller, William, 488 Miller, William E., 620 Miller, William E., Rev., 474 Miller, William M., Rev., 620 Miller, William O. “Billy,” 620 Miller’s Inn, 80 Miller’s Ridge, 7 Milligan, Hugh, Rev., 795 Milliken, Herbert B., 620 Milliken, James Butler, 232, 620–21 Milliken, Sarah, 620 Million, W. A., 226 mills: cotton mills, 229; gristmills, 425–26; sawmills, 806–7; woolen mills, 974–75 Mills, Edward P., 514 Mills, George, 536 Mills, George E., 561 Mills, J. C., 310 Milward and Oldershaw pork packing, 608 Mindszenty, Jozsef Cardinal, 168, 919 Minerva, 621; United Methodist Church, 621 Minnelli, Liza, 469 Minnelli, Vincente, 861 Minnes, Rebecca Day, 460 Minor, Philip, 502 Minor, P. O., 847 Minoura, Teruyuki, 884 Minshall, Jim, 62 Mirror, 664 Mishikinakwa, 558 Miskell, Caroline “Carrie,” 621 Mississippi River, 761 Missouri Compromise, 2 Mitchel, Elizabeth MacAlister, 621 Mitchel, John, 621

Mitchel, Ormsby MacKnight, Brig. Gen., 148, 192, 193, 359, 621 Mitchell, Andrew, 139 Mitchell, E. R., Rev., 446 Mitchell, Gary, 76 Mitchell, Ignatius, 586 Mitchell, James, 594 Mitchell, John, 481, 950 Mitchell, J. R., 446 Mitchell, Pinky, 25 Mitchell, Richard, 43 Mitchell, Robert, 540 Mitchell, Robert E., Rev., 60, 792 Mitchell, Stanislaus, 586 Mitchell, Walter J., 481 Mitchell, William, 814 Mitchell, W. M., 792 Mitchell and Rammelsberg, 375–76 Mitchelle, Lavinia Degman, 139 Mitts, Christine, 539 Mitts, John, 539 Mix, Tom, 937 Moberly, Harold, 947 Moberly, Joyce Clouse, 947 Mockabee, James, 895 Model-Evans Pharmacy, 622, 715 Moebus, Stanley C., 753 Moeller, Henry, 122, 465 Moelling, Peter, Rev., 798 Moffett, Darius L. V., 552 Mofford, Ed, 902 Moford, Herb, 63, 64 Mohney, Harry Virgil, 182 Mohr, Charles H., 512 Mold, Elizabeth, 60 Mold, Lydia, 60 Molley, James E., 310 Moloney, John, 542 Monday, Ben. See Munday, Ben Monday, Daniel, 7 Moneyhon, G. W., 425, 806 Mongan, Mary Ann, 245, 508, 509 Monmouth St., 623; architecture, 622; business district, 152, 622–23 Monroe, Alexander, 283, 317, 318 Monroe, Bill, 95 Monroe, Harriet, 269 Monroe, James, 31, 552 Monroe, Jeremiah, 317 Monroe, Marilyn, 919 Montague, Thomas, 592 Montague, William, 58, 803 Monte Casino Chapel, 194, 623, 705 Monterey, 623–24; Baptist Church, 431, 624 Montgomery, A. & G. H., 974 Montgomery, Curtis, 802 Montgomery, Hugh, 934 Montgomery, Robert, 142 Montgomery, Stephen H., Rev., 166 Montgomery Ward, 235, 265, 944 Montjoy, John “Pete,” 8, 643, 817 Montoya, Max, 354 Montreux, Pierre, 810 Montz, Frank P., 625 Montz, Lucy Ann Dupuy, 380, 624–25, 932, 933, 934–35, 970 Moock, George, 842

INDEX Moock, George B., 254 Moody, William R., Rev., 645 Mooklar, William B., 338 Moon, Peter, 575 Moore, A. B., 335 Moore, Arthur, 417 Moore, Bertha, 187, 188 Moore, Charles, 48 Moore, Ethel, 231 Moore, Garry, 520 Moore, H. L., Rev., 164 Moore, Jeff, 164 Moore, Jesse, 553, 825 Moore, John G., 836 Moore, John H., Capt., 493. See also John H. Moore House Moore, Marty, 355 Moore, Mary, 15 Moore, Rosa A., 940 Moore, W. A., 619 Moorman, Bernie, 48 Mora, Estela Delgrado, 625 Mora, Pat “Patricia,” 625 Mora, Raúl Antonio, 625 Moran, Zeke, 521 More, Elsie Louise Laidley, 530 More, Laban T., 216 Morehead, Armistead, 625 Morehead, Charles S., 216, 387, 523 Morehead, James Turner, 39, 589, 625, 824, 952 Morehead, Jewell, 230 Morehead, Lucy Latham, 625 Morehead, Wilbur, 231 Moreland, Jack, 679, 770–71 Moreland, John, Jr., 813 Moreland, John, Sr., Rev., 813 Morford, John D., 396 Morgan, 625; Academy, 627; High School, 627–28 Morgan, A. P., 559 Morgan, Charles, 390 Morgan, Christopher, 962 Morgan, F. M., 425 Morgan, Genevieve, 944 Morgan, George Washbourne, 893 Morgan, Helen, 159 Morgan, J. C., 147 Morgan, Jeremiah, 225 Morgan, John Hunt, Col., 44, 89, 102, 125, 148, 188–89, 190, 191, 192, 196–97, 199, 233, 234, 325, 396, 489, 511, 528, 570, 577, 586, 593, 595, 604, 625–27, 629, 637, 770, 803, 805, 838, 851, 871, 906, 951, 967 Morgan, John S., 125 Morgan, J. P., 181 Morgan, Mary Ann, 41 Morgan, Wayne, Cpl., 525 Morgan Academy, 142, 173 Morgan High School, 708 Morganna, 919 Morin, Edward, 344 Morin, William, 815 Mormon church. See Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Morning View, 628 Morocco, Maurice, 710

Morrelli, Louis, 308 Morrill, Albert H., 23 Morris, A. C., 524 Morris, Buckner Stith, 127, 628 Morris, David, 593 Morris, Dickinson, 628 Morris, Doc, 65 Morris, Elmore, 815 Morris, Frances Buckner, 628 Morris, James, 32, 904 Morris, K. J., 692 Morris, Michael, 425 Morris, Sallie, 692 Morris, Sheldon, 31 Morris, Stephen L., 886 Morris, T., 907 Morrison, Donnard, 85 Morrison, Henry C., 616, 709 Morrison, James N., 56 Morrison, John T., 467 Morrison, Mary, 904 Morrison, Toni, 387, 556 Morrow, Edward, 752 Morrow, Edwin P, 247 Morrow, John J., 191 Morscher, Ed, 829 Morse, Samuel, 296, 871 Morton, B. K., 654 Morton, B. R., 137, 654 Morton, Jelly Roll, 487 Morton, John M., 229 Morton, Oliver P., 189 Morton, W., 654 Morwessel, Henry, 715 Moser, Mary, 169, 603, 613, 628–29, 631, 970 Moser, Ralph E., 628 Moses, Felix, 489 Moses, W. H., 85 Mosgrove, Elizabeth, 629 Mosgrove, George Dallas, 190, 556, 629 Mosgrove, James G., 562 Mosgrove, William, 629 Mosher, Kate E. Perry, 38, 629, 890, 970 Mosher, William Webster, 629 Mosler, Huston, 643 Mosley, William, 757 Moss, Hugh, Capt., 869 Moss, James, 312 Moss, Jane Ford, 869 Moss, Keturah. See Taylor, Keturah Moss Leitch Moss, Leslie, 863 Moss, Mary Ann, 206, 368 Moss, Sally, 206 Motch, M. C., 224, 225 Motch, Michael C., 629 Motch Jewelers, 225, 235, 240, 574, 629 Mother of God: Catholic Church, 154, 166, 168, 169, 171, 237, 239, 241, 259, 289, 303, 394, 402, 440, 450, 481, 511, 532, 546, 630–31, 640, 641, 699, 718, 776, 783, 809, 819, 857, 875, 882, 927, 959; Cemetery, 60, 365, 511, 631, 833; School, 243, 761, 776, 832, 877

Mother Teresa of Calcutta, 875, 919 Motschman, Lewis J., 789 Mound Builders, 279, 631–32 Mountain Island, 7, 31, 302, 632, 917 Mount Hermon Baptist Church, 632–33 Mountjoy, Alvin, 317, 633 Mountjoy, John, Capt., 925 Mountjoy, Waller, 317 Mountjoy House, 317, 633, 934 Mount Olivet, 633; Baptist Church, 633; Christian Church, 633–34; Male and Female Academy, 634, 766; Methodist Churches, 634 Mount St. Martin Academy, 832 Mount St. Martin mansion, 450, 497, 606, 634–35, 855 Mount Vernon Baptist Church. See Truesville Mount Zion: church schism, 636; Grant Co., 635–36; Methodist Church, 8, 636 movie theaters, 78, 531, 636–37 Moxley, 637 Moye, Jean Martin, 634, 832 Mozze, George, 174 Muckle, Cathi Campo, 202 Muehlenberg, Peter, Gen., 394 Mueller, August, Rev., 784 Mueller, Barney, 866 Mueller, David, 211 Mueller, Joe, 205, 472 Mueller, Phil, 205, 472 Mueller, Raymond, 211 Muench, Robert W., 239, 250–51, 456, 769, 778, 796, 798 Muhlenberg, Henry Melchior, 570 Müller, Johann Georg, 875 Muller, Thomas, 866 Mullert, Miguel, 168 Mullikan, Kenneth, 656 Mullins, Alan, 830 Mullins, Betsy Love, 614 Mullins, Cassius, 977 Mullins, Eli, 264 Mullins, Gabriel C., 85, 105, 614, 706 Mullins, George H., 628 Mullins, Gordon, 668 Mullins, Larry, 107 Mullins, Pamela E., 8, 637–38, 670, 970 Mullins, Reuben, 614 Mullins, Richard, 264, 418 Mullins, R. Lester, 779 Mullins, Robert, 637, 670 Mullins, Shirley Jennings, 637 Mulllikin, Carla, 497 Mulloy, Margaret Ann Doyle, 638 Mulloy, William James, 638 Mulloy, William Theodore, 19, 75, 91, 147, 155, 168, 169, 228, 239, 243, 268, 474, 522, 581, 631, 638, 701–2, 718, 769, 786, 787, 795, 797, 798, 808, 819, 841, 875, 876 Mulot, O. L., 768 Mumedy, Leona, 620 Mumphrey, William, 398

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Munday, Ben, 7 Munday, Emma, 895 Munday, William, 7 Mundy, I. F., 807 Mundy, James Ahyln, 6, 85, 595, 638 Mundy, Jimmy, 487 Mundy, Lizzie, 85 Mundy, Marcellus, Col., 148 Munro, George Stephenson, Rev., 336 Munson, Thomas V., 918 Muntel, Edward G., 680 Murdock, Maria Ferrer, 204 Murphy, Alma E. Horne, 638 Murphy, Anna, 656 Murphy, Audie Leon, 609 Murphy, Donna, 66 Murphy, Isaac, 461, 537 Murphy, John, 805 Murphy, John E., 342 Murphy, John F., Rev., 613, 877 Murphy, Margaret Alice, 624 Murphy, Raymond L., 249, 638 Murphy, William, 638 Murphysville, 638–39 Murray, Earl W. “Bill,” 355 Murray, Gussie Tietz, 231 Murray, Lord John, 196, 564 Murray, Margaret Gavin, 639 Murray, Martin, 639 Murray, Thomas Peter “Tommy,” 639 Muse, Caroline, 82, 868 Muse, Carolyn, 257 Muse, George, Lt. Col., 82, 257, 485, 639, 651, 720, 868 Muse, Katy, 82, 257, 868 Muse, Laurence, 361 museums: Behringer-Crawford Museum, 74–75; James A. Ramage Civil War Museum, 485; Kentucky Gateway Museum Center, 513; National Underground Railroad Museum, 645; Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, 746–47; Vent Haven Museum, 911 music/musicians, 640–41; Arion Männerchor, 36; Belew, Adrian, 75–76; bluegrass, 95; blues music, 97–98; Bobby Mackey’s Music World, 98–99; Boone County Jamboree, 104; Brownfield, Bruce O., 124; Burton, Nelson, 135–36; Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption choral music, 167–69; Clooney, Rosemary, 203–4; Coldiron, Blanche, 207; country music, 229–30; Davis, “Skeeter,” 257; DeMoss, Mary Hissem “Mamie,” 263; Eckler, Garner Lee “Pop”, 293; Edwards, Tracey Denise, 295; Fisher, Bobby, 341; Florence Community Band, 352; Foster, Stephen Collins, 366–67; Gasdorf Music Publishing

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music/musicians (continued) Company, 387; Gillespie, Haven, 401–2; Hardeman, Florence, 431; Harrod, John, 434; Harvard Piano Company, 434–35; Hellebusch, Bernard H. F., 440–41; Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers (HOKD), 448–49; House, Gerald L., 463–64; Huber, Edward Justin, 466–67; Hutchinson, Conrad “Hutch,” Jr., 469; James, Nancy Polman, 484; jazz music, 486–87, 744; Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, 516–17; Kirk, Andrew Dewey “Andy,” 520; Knauf, Robert, 522; Linstaedt, Herschel J., 554; Livers, William “Bill,” 558; Loring, Clara B., 564; Mack, Lonnie, 574; Miller, Joseph Bernard, 619–20; Mundy, James A., 638; Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers, 670; Parker, Linda, 700; Parks, Elizabeth, 701; Perkins, Christopher Wallace “C. W.,” Sr., 710; Perkins, Constantine, 710; pipe organs, 717–18; Polusmiak, Sergei, 721–22; Poock, Katherine Hall, 723; Price, Kenny, 736–37; Pure Prairie League, 739–40; ragtime music, 744; Roebuck, Mary Wilton “Minnie,” 768; Ryan, Tommy, 773–74; Schaffer, Robert Joseph, 808; Schueler, Roger, 810; Scott, Ray L., 812; Strubel, Edward, 857–58; Tanner, Mary Ellen, 866; Tosso, Joseph, 882; Turner, Ulys R. “Red,” 895; Vincent, Larry, 917; Von Ohlen, John, 920; Washington Opera House, 937–38; Waters, Robert L. “Bob,” Jr., 939–40; White, Clarence, 953; Willis, Charles, 963; Ysaye, Eugene, 983–84 Musselman, Jacob, 499 Mussman, Henry, 308 Mussman, Josephine Beazley, 641 Mussman, Kathryn L. Poff, 641 Mussman, Ralph G., Jr., 356, 641, 659 Mussman, Ralph G., Sr., 183, 641, 657 Muth, Arthur G., 373 Mutter Gottes National Historic District, 450, 630, 641 Myers, Aaron, 642 Myers, Aurelia Bridgman, 642 Myers, Cara, 929 Myers, C. L., 930 Myers, Elic, 814 Myers, George, 426, 807 Myers, George L., 214 Myers, Harvey J., Jr., 406, 465, 641–42, 897, 907 Myers, Harvey, Sr., 39, 641, 642 Myers, John, 625 Myers, Joseph, 684

Myers, Louis, 824 Myers, Minnie, 817 Mylor, Eddie, 383 Mylor, Maggie, 396 Mylor, Thomas, Jr., 396 Mynear, R. C., 938 Myrick, Joseph, 164 NAACP, 12, 83, 186, 187, 293, 367, 496, 524, 528, 553, 573, 643, 710, 817, 825, 860, 970, 983 Nage, Charles W., 772 Nagel, Charles, 847 Nagle, Clara, 635 Nance, Elwood C., 120 Napier, Vernon, SSgt., 977 Napoleon, 643–44 NASCAR, 516 Nast, Wilhelm “William,” 616 National German American Alliance, 394 National Guard: post-World War II to Iraq War, 644; Spanish American War, 449, 467, 535, 644, 914; World War II, 644–45 National Historic Preservation Act (1966), 36 National Negro Business League, 5 National Underground Railroad Museum, 645 Natis, Rev., 814 Native Americans. See American Indians Nativity, Church of the (Episcopal), Maysville, 645–46 Natlee, 646 natural disasters: earthquakes, 289–90; floods, 345–49; tornadoes, 881–82 Navarro, Ramon, 469 Navin, Molly, 699 Nazarenes, 445, 646, 701, 709 NcNerney, James, Rev., 781 Neas, Jay, 736 Neave, 646 Needham, Tim, 288 Needmore: Bracken Co., 646; Owen Co., 646 Neff, J. R., 793 Neff, Roger L., 140, 638 Neff, William, Rev., 446, 982 Neider, F. A., 111 Nelson, “Captain” Thomas, 648 Nelson, Frances Doniphan, 647, 648 Nelson, Frank, 818 Nelson, George Eaton, 646–47 Nelson, Grace Galvin, 384 Nelson, Harriet, 862 Nelson, Henry, 784 Nelson, Jim, 509 Nelson, Jimmy, 911 Nelson, John H., 141, 647 Nelson, Judith, 647 Nelson, Mammie Eaton, 647 Nelson, Mary Winston Berry, 647 Nelson, Nathan Ulysses, 647 Nelson, Ozzie, 862 Nelson, Perry, 107, 980

Nelson, Robert William, Col., 172, 262, 461, 647, 693, 936 Nelson, Thomas Henry, 596, 647–48 Nelson, Thomas W., 648 Nelson, W. H., 134 Nelson, William “Bull,” Maj. Gen., 113, 165, 195, 585, 596, 647, 648, 851, 922, 936 Nelson Maurice Galvin, 647 Neltner, Donald, 887 Nely, Mary D., 190 Nerone, John, 664 Netherland, Benjamin, 96 Neuhaus, William B., 797 Neumeier, L., Rev., 777 Neuroth, William, Rev., 34, 119, 674, 785 New, 648 New, Rita, 944 New, Thomas, 743 New, W. H. B., 354 New, William J., 648 New Bethel Baptist Church, 648 New Columbus, 649 Newcomb, Rexford, 911 Newcomb, Thomas C., 904 New Deal, 420 New Eagle Mills, 649 Newell, Rickey, 650 New England Distillery, 272, 649, 927 Newhall, Judson Lincoln, 218, 649, 752 New Horizons Medical Center, 463, 649–50, 698, 839 New Liberty, 650; Baptist Church, 162, 650, 811 Newlin, N., 645 Newman, Erica A., 650, 970 Newman, James Houston, 263 Newman, J. H., 159 Newman, J. J., 137 Newman, Paul, 469 Newman, Vincent Joseph, 650 New Perceptions Inc., 650–51 Newport, 651–52; Academy, 368, 652–53, 656, 658, 868; Aquarium, 306, 652, 654, 659, 671; Barracks, 10, 89, 144, 189, 194, 345, 361, 384, 462, 497, 512, 535, 548, 611, 617, 640, 651, 654–55, 703, 738, 760, 820, 824, 839, 843, 848, 868, 874, 890–91, 910, 919, 931; Catholic High School, 221; Central Catholic High School, 55, 62, 65, 107, 227, 228, 349, 354, 465, 473, 551, 638, 651, 655–56, 693, 851, 948, 974; Citizens Advisory Council, 128, 201, 652, 656, 659, 948; Civic Association, 661; Finance Building, 651; flood control, 345; Free School, 658; High School, 62, 65, 106, 354, 420, 439, 451, 656–57, 784, 828, 844, 870, 895, 944, 948; home ownership, 657; Independent Schools, 291, 653, 658; Masonic Lodge PHA No.

120, 52; Political Action Committee, 659; Public Library, 547, 659–60; reform groups, 98, 200, 660–61, 739, 748; second cleanup, 134, 513, 661–62; Shopping Center, 129, 146, 228, 254, 265, 353, 652, 660, 662, 663, 788, 884, 909; Silk Manufacturing Company, 144, 663, 873; Steel, 28, 144, 232, 421, 480, 651, 652, 663, 977. See also East Newport; West End of Newport Newport & Alexandria Electric Traction Company (N&AET), 478–79 Newport and Covington Daily News, 664 Newport and Covington Suspension Bridge, 388, 548, 653–54, 827 Newport-on-the-Levee, 56, 144, 256, 306, 353, 451, 527, 623, 652, 654, 659, 671, 687, 724, 841, 842, 870 News Enterprise, 664 newspapers: Carrollton, 164; Falmouth Outlook, 319; Gallatin Co. News, 382–83; Grant Co. News, 415; Kentucky Enquirer, 512–13; Kentucky Post, 513–14; Kentucky Times-Star, 517–18; Ledger Independent, 541; News Enterprise, 664; in Northern Kentucky, 664; Owenton News-Herald, 698; Recorder Newspapers, 749; Warsaw, 934. See also journalism Newton, B. J., 698 Newton, Henry, 627, 635, 929 Newton, James Marcus, Rev., 577 Nicholas, David W., 684 Nicholas, George, 129, 418, 801 Nicholas, Samuel Smith, 801 Nichols, Elizabeth, 390 Nichols, Maria Longworth, 38 Nichols, Simon, 283 Nichols, William, 352 Nicholson, 665–66 Nicholson, Annah Boon, 666 Nicholson, George Pendleton, 666, 928 Nicholson, Henry Clay, 665–66, 666, 871, 928 Nicholson, Thomas, Capt., 32, 666 Nicklaus, Jack, 890 Niedzielski, Mary, 980 Niehaus, Dick, 62 Nieman, Raymond, Rev., 41, 147–48 Nienaber, Caty Bottorff, 613 Nienaber, Joe, 364 Niewahner, Judith, 798 Niewahner, Ronald L., Sgt., 916 Night Riders, 14, 666, 880 Niles, Bill, 62 Niles, Nannie, 15 Nimitz, Chester W., 11 Nimmo, Bill, 872 9/11, 457

INDEX Ninth St. Methodist Episcopal Church, 115, 241, 292, 496, 666–67, 817, 859, 948 Ninth St. United Methodist Church, 667, 948 Nixon, Anna, 568 Nixon, Corwin, 461 Nixon, Richard M., 24, 274, 613, 730, 915, 985 Nixon, William P., 4 Noack, Fritz, 718 Noble, Ethel, 622 Noble, Evans, 622 Noble, Thomas Satterwhite, 38, 911 Noble, T. K., Rev., 369, 370 Nocero, Rinzo, 107 Nodase, Vincent, 35 Nodler, Peter, 714, 715 Noe, J. T. Cotton, 528, 620 Nolan, Thomas J., 649 Nolting, Roger, 916 Nomads, 460, 667 non-profit organizations. See charities Noonan, John, 529 Nordmeyer, Andrew, 521 Norfolk Southern Railway, 8, 174, 179, 181, 182, 222, 252, 413, 667, 746, 842 Norman, Gurney, 557, 603, 860, 985 Normansville, 667 Norris, John, 24 Norris, John, Pvt., 111, 931 North, Temple, 935 North Bend Baptist Association, 58 North Bend Bottoms, 130–31 Northcutt, Carl, 226 Northern Bank of Kentucky, 236, 240, 480, 542, 668, 869, 952 Northern Kentucky: AfricanAmerican Heritage Task Force, 186, 668, 751; Area Development District, 140, 656, 668–69, 819, 971; Area Planning Commission (NKAPC), 281, 439, 456, 669–70, 774, 907; Association for Retarded Citizens (NKARC), 720; Bar Association, 83, 670; Brotherhood Singers, 641, 670; Chamber of Commerce, 28, 83, 139, 179, 184, 297, 423, 439, 539, 540, 550, 567, 670, 816, 848, 850, 855, 930, 965; Community Action Commission, 671, 860; Community and Technical College District (NKCTCD), 388–89; Convention and Visitors Bureau, 139, 227, 234, 235, 266, 395, 457, 507, 671; Emergency Medical Services, 671–72; Fairness Alliance (NFKA), 390; Fund, 365, 672–73; Golf Association, 408–9; Heritage League, 287, 550, 673; Homebuilders Association. See building, residential; Independent District Health Department,

673–74; Industrial Foundation, 286, 313, 351, 674; Interfaith Commission, 674; Interfaith Commission Flood Relief Program, 860; Port Authority, 548, 675; Right to Life, 90, 675; Services for the Deaf, 259, 675; State College, 676–77; Transit Inc., 675, 823; Tri-Ed, 139, 670, 675–76, 842; University, 25, 36, 56, 62, 65, 67, 91, 144, 150, 172, 184, 259, 267, 354, 358, 365, 389, 390, 408, 413–14, 424, 439, 447, 449, 450, 487, 493, 521, 522, 567, 612, 640, 669, 670, 676–79, 721, 721–22, 741, 750, 759, 824, 827, 862, 873, 909, 919, 920–21, 965, 967, 982; visitors to, 919–20; Water District, 361, 679–80 Northington, Mary, 668 NorthKey Community Care, 213, 458, 613, 680–81, 858, 894 Norton, Charles, 283 Norton, G., 4 Norton, John, 283 Norton, John N., Rev., 911 Norton, Willie B., 699 Norwood, Jerome, Rev., 9 Notre Dame Academy, 154, 612, 681, 693, 701, 769, 832 Nourse, Charles E., 682 Nourse, Elizabeth, 682 Nourse, Mary Madeline, 38, 239, 681 Nourse, Viola J. Seward, 682 Nuelson, Frank, 798 Nunn, Adam, Rev., 813 Nunn, Louie, 52, 174, 524, 677 Nurre, Bernard, 776 nursing homes, 57, 140, 154–55, 682–83, 690–91, 731, 766, 778 Nusbaum, Larry, 308 Nutter, Albert, Jr., 11 Nutter, Frank, 11 Nutter, George, 162 Nutter, George Frank, 11 Nutter, Minnie, 11 Oak Island Baptist Church, 684 Oakland Baptist Church, 684 Oakland Christian Church, 684 Oakley, Annie, 278 Oak Ridge, 684; Baptist Church, 684–85 O’Bannon, John, 361 Obermeier, Hilda, 833 Obertate, Johann, 468, 794 Obertödler, Johann, 468, 794 O’Brien, Alden, Lt. Col., 914 O’Brien, Pat, 650 O’Brien, Terry, 107 Ochiltree, Robert M., 173 O’Connell, Denis, 576 O’Connell, Helen, 204 O’Connor, Brian, 66 O’Connor, Chester “Shug,” 383 Odom, A. D., 336 O’Donnell, John, 752 O’Donnell, W. F., 163

O’Donovan, Daniel A., 262 Oelsner, Russell, 563 Oelsner’s Colonial Tavern, 410, 563 Off, Emmett, 698 Off utt, George R., 12 Ogburn, Benjamin, 592 Ogburn, Henry, 164, 592 Ogburn, Joseph Haw, 592 Ogden, Benjamin, Rev., 938 Ogden, Harvey B., 897 Ogden, James, 148 Ogden, John, 111 Ogden, Mary Ellen, 897, 898 Ogden, Max, 862 Ogden, Nell Young, 862 Ogden, Peter, 452 Ogdon, James, 432 Ogdon, John, 619 Ogg, Rev., 7 Ogle, Mary Light, 888 O. Hanna & Company, 975 O’Hara, James J., Jr., 100, 125, 685, 773 O’Hara, James J., Sr., 262, 685 O’Hara, J. Earl, 685 O’Hara, John “Jay,” 282, 685 O’Hara, Theodore, Col., 454, 685 Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana-Regional Council of Governments, 885. See OKI Ohio River, 685–87; beaches, 77, 258, 687–88; Center for Ohio River Research and Education, 172; East Bend, 290–91; locks and dams, 124, 688; navigation, 124, 325, 688–89; river trade, 761–62 Ohio Riverside National Historic District, 548, 549–50, 687 Ohio River Way Inc., 689 Ohio Valley Pulley Works, 124–25, 586, 601 Oien, Wayne, 890 O’Kane, John, 338 OKI, 116, 223, 689–90, 907 Old Baptist Church on the Dry Ridge, 57, 283, 690 Old Cedar Baptist Church, 690 Oldham, Jesse, 317 Oldham, Mary Virginia, 196–97 Oldham, Thomas J., 625 Oldham, Tyree, 317, 503, 625 Oldhouse, James, 264 Oliver, Jean, 965 Oliver, Jefferson, 164 Olmsted, Frederick Law, 907 Olson, Anna Bell Ward, 930 Olson, David A. Adolphus, 930 O’Malley, Nancy, 866, 936 Omnicare Inc., 234, 235, 690–91, 715 O’Neal, Ellis, 976 One by One Special Education Advocacy Services, 721 O’Neill, John, 46 O’Neill, Kline, 46 O’Neill, Robert, 46 Oneonta, 691 Onkst, Wayne, 509

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Owen Co. (continued) Cedar Hill, 170; confederate recruiting, 214; Courthouse, 695; Cull, 253; Eagle Hill, 288; Elk Lake Shores, 297; Ep, 307; Fairbanks, 316; Gratz, 418; gristmills, 425; Hallam, 429; Hesler, 444; Highfield, 445; Holbrook, 454; industry, 695; Jonesville, 497; Long Ridge, 563; Lusby’s Mill, 570; Monterey, 623–24; Mountain Island, 632; Moxley, 637; Natlee, 646; Needmore, 646; New, 648; New Columbus, 649; New Liberty, 650; Owenton, 698; Perry Park, 711; Pleasant Home, 718; Poplar Grove, 723; post offices, 728–29; Public Library, 547, 695–97; Public Schools, 697; railroad depots, 745; Rockdale, 767; sawmills, 807; Sparta, 846–47; Squiresville, 849; “Sweet Owen,” 862; Tackett’s Mill, 865; Teresita, 873; Truesville, 893; Twin Valley, 897–98; Wheatley, 952; wildlife areas, 957 Owen College, 433 Owen Electric Cooperative, 68, 697 Owens, A. D., 658 Owens, Anderson D., 845 Owens, Flossie Mullins, 697 Owens, Mollie Blanchard, 600 Owens, Thurman “Jesse,” Brig. Gen., 697–98 Owens, Walter, 697 Owenton, 698; News-Herald, 698 Owsley, William, 617 Ozanam, Frederick, 840 Paar, Jack, 202, 204, 823 Pablo, Nicholas, 313 Pace, Tim, 120 Pack, Bill, 340 Packard, Elizabeth, 613 Paetzold, Mary Edwin, 778 Pagan, George, 634 Pagan, Wally, 841, 842 Page, Greg, 670 Page, Patti, 293 Page, Satchel, 919, 948 Page, Sophia Penn, 820 Paige, Clarence, 487 Paine, Sarah, 452 Paint Lick, 699 Paleo period, 20 Paleozoic era, 393 Palm, Eugene Jimmy “Gene,” 657, 699 Palm, Mayme Elizabeth Phirman, 699 Palm, Walter James “Jimmy,” 699 Palmer, T. J., 98 Palmore, John S., 569 Paluch, J. S., 168 Paolucci, Anthony, 483 Papas, Alex, 151 Papas, Carl, 151

Papas, Christus “Chris,” 150–51, 546 Papworth, I. B., 567 Papworth, John Buonarotti, 132, 470 Parham, Charles Fox, Rev., 709 Parish Kitchen, 169, 631, 641, 699 Park, Nathan R., 249 Parker, A. G. W., 4 Parker, Andrew, 444 Parker, Anna Virginia, 418, 556, 699–700, 971 Parker, Belvierd D., 699 Parker, Corene, 401 Parker, Elizabeth Frances, 700 Parker, Frances Mary Taliaferro, 844 Parker, Gary, 57 Parker, Hattie, 528 Parker, Henry, 691 Parker, James D., 123 Parker, John G., 700 Parker, John P., 2, 3, 31, 32, 544, 836, 904 Parker, John S., 700 Parker, Linda, 700 Parker, Nathan, Maj., 190 Parker, Orene, 273 Parker, Rex, 460 Parker, Robert, 445 Parker, Susan Ferguson Sanders, 699 Parker, Will, 699 Park Hills, 410–11, 700–701 Parkhurst, S. C., 47 Parks, Elizabeth, 640, 701, 890, 982 Parks, Oscar R., 181 Parks, Robert, 701 Parks, Rosa, 188 Parr, Ben Franklin, 649 Parrish, Joseph, 4 Parsons, George, 916 Parsons, James, 662 Partnoff, M., Rabbi, 863 Passalaqua, Nino, 790 Passionist Nuns, 701–2 Paterson, Ann Lee, 462 Patrick, Irene M., 702 Patten, Bryce McLellan, 93 Patterson, Anne L. Burns, 702 Patterson, Anne Lee, 702 Patterson, Hannah, 757 Patterson, James K., 113 Patterson, John W., 702 Patterson, Robert, 497 Patterson, Robert, Col., 593, 603, 691 Patterson, Sallie, 499 Patterson, William, 529 Pattie, Ann, 703 Pattie, James Ohio, 702–3, 703 Pattie, John, 109, 703 Pattie, Polly, 702 Pattie, Sylvester, 702, 703 Pattison, R. E., Rev., 949 Patton, George S., Jr., Lt. Gen., 11, 18, 931, 977 Patton, James, 226, 904 Patton, Leila, 845 Patton, Paul, 139, 367, 391 Patty, John, 6, 279 Paul, Barbara, 557, 703, 971

Paul, Charles M., 847 Paul, Eulalie Chouteau, 703 Paul, Gabriel Rene, Brig. Gen., 703–4 Paul, Rene, 703 Paulin, Sgt., 362 Paul XI (Pope), 848 Pavey, Samuel, 704 Pavy, John, Rev., 3, 7, 704, 899, 900 Pavy, Samuel, 704 Pavy, Samuel Husk, 3, 704, 899, 900 Pawset, Ewald, 890 Pawset, Herman, 890 Pawson, Elizabeth A., 539 Paxton, James A., 4, 704, 936 Paxton, Mary, 520 Paxton Inn, 704, 904 Payne, Colonel, 654 Payne, Daniel A., 389, 390 Payne, Daniel McCarthy, 444 Payne, Duval, Maj., 111 Payne, Emma F. Robinson, 704 Payne, Emmett, Jr., 704 Payne, Frank, 487 Payne, John, Gen., 111, 933. See also John Payne House Payne, Julia, 204 Payne, Ralph E., 878 Payne, Sarah, 255 Payne, Thomas Y., 336, 922 Payne, Virginia, 296 Payne, William Herman, 8, 704, 933 Paynter, Thomas S., 534 Paynter, Thomas W., 217 Pea, Rich, 178 Pea, Sarah DeArmon, 178 Peach Grove Inn, 704–5 Peachy, William, Col., 210, 725 Peacock, Kay, 337 Peak, Nancy Price, 748 Peak, Willis, 933 Peak Corkran House, 934 Peale, Kathy, 138 Pearce, Dickey, 64 Pearce, Mary, 159 Pearson, Drew, 18, 556 Pease, L. T., 4 Peaselburg, 623, 705, 777 Pecar, Christopher, 899 Peck, Asa, 705 Peck, Hannah Farnun, 705 Peck, John Mason, 705 Pederson, Art, 487 Peers, Henry, 209, 556 Peers, Mary Eleanor, 209 Peers, Valentine, Maj., 32, 209 Pelfrey, Bill, Jr., 830 Pelfrey, Doug, 355, 812 Pelham, Charles, 705 Pelham, William, 705 Peluso, Johnny “TV,” 412 Pender, Rick, 967 Pendleton, Edmund, 705–6, 706 Pendleton Academy, 706 Pendleton Co., 706, 707; African Americans in, 6–7; Boston Station, 105; Butler, 136;

Caldwell Station, 140; Callensville, 141; Carter’s Chapel, 164; Catawaba, 165–66; Coleman’s Springs, 208–9; Concord, 213–14; DeMossville, 263–64; Dividing Ridge, 274; Elizabethville, 297; Falmouth, 317–18; Flour Creek Christian Church, 353–54; Gardnersville, 386–87; Grassy Creek, 418; Greenwood, 424; gristmills, 426; Gum Lick, 427; Knoxville, 524; McKinneysburg, 605; Memorial High School, 138, 318, 347, 627, 706–8; Menzies Station, 614; Morgan, 625; Peach Grove Inn, 704–5; post offices, 729; Public Library, 547, 708; Public Schools, 424, 627, 708; railroad depots, 745; Roanoke, 762; sawmills, 807; Short Creek/Goforth, 827; Wampum, 929–30 Penick, Joan, 971 Penick, Louis, 120 Penick, Sarah, 257 Penick, S. B., 561 Penick, William, 257 Penn, Frances, 542 Penn, Shadrach, 664 Penn, William A., 708 Penn Grove Camp Meeting, 633, 708–9 Pennick, Mary Frances, 230 Pennington, Joseph, Rev., 890 Pentecostals, 709 People’s-Liberty Bank and Trust Company of Covington, 154, 224, 250, 709–10, 965 Pepper, A. C., Col., 899 Pepper, J. B., 904 Pepper, John J., 111 Pepper, William, 495 Perkins, Carl C., 220 Perkins, Carl D., 219 Perkins, Charles C., 725 Perkins, Christopher Wallace, Sr., “C.W.,” Sgt., 487, 710 Perkins, Constantine “Constant,” Jr., 710 Perkins, Constantine, Sr., 710 Perkins, Dr., 902, 903 Perkins, George Gilpin, 461, 710–11, 721 Perkins, Mariah R. Stansifer, 710 Perkins, Mary Cain, 230 Perkins, Victoria Simpson, 710 Perkins, Willie Bertha McMillan, 710 Pernice, Helen, 455 Perot, Ross, 542 Perrin, William Henry, 664 Perrine, Amanda, 44 Perry, A. F., 193 Perry, Chambers, 263 Perry, Charles, Rev., 962 Perry, David, 361 Perry, George, 870 Perry, John, 56

INDEX Perry, John H., 698 Perry, Julia A. Keene, 629 Perry, Matthew C., 648 Perry, Minnie, 15 Perry, Norvin A., 164 Perry, Oliver Hazard, Com., 111, 931 Perry, Robert, 56 Perry, Rod, 934 Perry, Samuel, 361 Perry, Thornton, 629 Perry Park, 15, 711 Pershing, John “Black Jack,” Gen., 610, 973 Persimmon Grove, 711 Person, Allen, Rev., 776 Perzel, William, 734 Peter, Sarah Worthington, 577, 778 Peterman, Roger, 841 Peters, Alan, 306 Peters, Amo Lucille Powell, 711–12, 970 Peters, Chris, 63 Peters, F. H., 849 Peters, James, 711 Peters, M. R., 849 Petersburg, 712–13; Distillery, 7, 273, 488, 712, 713–14 Petit, Nicholas C., 339 Petit, Richard, 165 Petit, Thomas, 649 Petitbled, Monsieur, 834 Pettit, J. P., 425 Pettit, Thomas Junior, 525 Pettit, Thomas P., 525 Pettitt, Nicholas C., Rev., 207, 926 Petz, Johann, 969 Pfaff, John, 433 Pfalzgraf, Fred, 473 pharmacies, 714–15 Phelan, Bill, 484 Phelps, Amos, 303 Phelps, Jefferson, 81 Phelps, William, 3, 4, 24, 900 Phiester, Emeric, Rev., 777 Philipps, George “Pat,” 521 Philipps, Jean, 715 Philipps, John Albert, 715 Philipps, John Michael, 715 Philipps, Kurt, 83 Philipps, Mike, 514 Philip’s Folly, 600, 601 Phillips, Amos, 24 Phillips, Donald, 333 Phillips, Thomas, 481 Phillips, W. B., 600 Phirman, Edna, 420 Phirman, Joseph H., 34 Phister, Conrad, 715 Phister, Elijah Connor, 217, 715 Phoenix Halle, 622 phrenology, 611 Phul, Henry Von, 53 Piatt, Daniel, 627 Piatt, Elizabeth, 290 Piatt, Jacob, 859 Piatt, Robert, 290, 715 Piatt’s Landing, 290, 715–16 Pickett, Alma Osborne, 176

Pickett, Elizabeth Chamberlayne, 716 Pickett, James Chamberlayne, Col., 716 Pickett, John, Col., 716 Pickett, John T., 716 Pickett, Joseph Desha, 176, 716 Pickett, Mary, 164 Pieper, Fred, 184 Pieper, Joseph, 521 Pierce, Belle, 831 Pierce, Elijah, 39 Pierce, Eliza Bartle, 60 Pierce, Franklin, 441, 800 Pierce, Helen Francis, 910 Pierce, Jeannette Rigg Wyatt, 716 Pierce, Samuel L., 716 Piercefield, Ted, 810 Piersel, Dinah Davis, 502 Pieschel, Walter L., 181, 670 Pike, Albert, Gen., 936 Pike, Clarissa Brown, 716 Pike, Isabella Brown, 716 Pike, Mark, 274, 355 Pike, Zebulon, 716 Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 131, 493, 716, 859 Piket, Anton “Anthony,” 716, 787 Piket, Louis A., 473, 716–17, 775, 787, 790, 890, 963 Piket, Mary Koehler, 717 Pillsbury, Josiah, 935 Pincard, S. C., 396 Piner, 717; High School, 48, 509, 717 Piner, Brack, 717 Piner High School, 249, 274, 830 Pingree, E. M., 900 Pinguely, Jules, 612 Pinkard, S. C., 231 Pinkerton, Alan, 25 Pinto, Cindy, 364 pipe organs, 168, 717–18, 794 Pitman, Benn, 38, 629, 682, 890 Pitt, William, 372 Pius IX (Pope), 227, 769 Pius XII (Pope), 167 PlaNet GIS, 669 Platt, Seth, 4, 899, 901 Pleasant Home, 718 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 718 Pleasure Isle Swim Club, 718–19, 858 Pleistocene period, 403, 404 Plessinger, Richard, 940 Plimpton, James L., 834 Plueddemann, Richard, Rev., 799 Plummer, Jule, 127 Plummer, L. B., 366 Plummer, Michael E., 262 Plummer, Robert, 379 Plunkett, J. J., 718 Poage, Ann, 724 Poe, Aileen, 296 Poe, Bernie, 417 Poe, Nelson P., 454 Poe, Orlando M., Lt., 192 poets. See authors/poets Pogue, Betty Hick, 719

Pogue, Charles, 719 Pogue, Charles Edward “Chuck,” 719 Pogue, Hank, 356 Pogue, Henry E. “Bud,” IV, 649, 719, 719 Pogue, Mary Parker, 719 Point, the, 90, 233, 386, 505, 548, 685, 719–20, 754, 919 Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky, the, 720–21 Points, D. C., 425 Poland, J. D., 404 Poland, Lonnie, 288 police/police departments, 721, 971 polio, 612 politics/politicians: Adams, Samuel W., 5; Ahlering, George H., 15; Arthur, William Evans, 39; Athey, Robert, 42; Ayers, Rhoda Mae “Rhonnie,” 51; Barton, Edward E., 60–61; Bauer, Gary Lee, 67; Bradford, Bill “Billy,” 112–13; Bright, Jesse David, 118–19; Bryan, James W., 126; Bunning, James Paul David “Jim,” 132; Caldwell, Charles Herbert “Herb,” 140; Carlisle, John G., 154; Cartmell, Harriet H., 165; Cartmell, Harriet Hord, 165; Chambers, John, 173; Clarke, Ernest Swope, 196–97; Clarke, John Blades, 197; congressional districts, 214–20; Cox, William Hopkinson, Jr., 247; Craig, John J., Sr., 247; Crawford, Leonard J., Sr., 248; Davis,, Geoff rey Clark “Geoff ” 256–57; Deming, Osmer Sage, 262; Democratic Party, 262–63; Desha, Joseph, 265; Deters, Clemens Bernard “Bud,” 266; Dickerson, William Worth, 269; Doniphan, Joseph, 278; Donnelly, Thomas F., 278; Donnermeyer, William “Bill,” 278–79; Donnermeyer, William Irwin “Bill,” 278–79; Ewing, Carroll Merlin “Hop,” 313–14; Firth, Jessie, 340–41; Gaines, John Pollard, 378; Goebel, William Justice, 405–7; Goldberg, Max H., 407–8; Gooch, Daniel Linn, 409; Grant, William Letcher, 413; Grayson, Charles Merwin”Trey,” III, 419; Greenway, Isabella Selmes, 423–24; Grover, Asa Porter, 426; Hawes, Harry Bartow, 435–36; Hawes, Smith Nicholas, 436; Hehl, Lambert Lawrence, Jr., 439; Hord, Rebekah Hechinger, 460; Howard, Ulie, 465; Hunt, Frank Williams, 467; Jackson, John Putnam, 484; Kenton, William G., 504; Kidwell, Alvin, 519; Kluemper, Theodore, 521–22; Know-Nothing Party, 523–24;

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Krause, William James “Bill,” 525–26; Leathers, John W., 540–41; Lucas, Kenneth Ray, 566–67; Morehead, James T., 625; Morris, Buckner Stith, 628; Mussman, Ralph G., 641; Newhall, Judson Lincoln, 649; Orr, Alexander D., 691; Pendleton, Edmund, 705–6; Pickett, James C., 716; Poore, Floyd G., 723; Populist Party, 723–24; Preston, William, 734; Price, Jacob, 735–36; Qualls, Roxanne, 741; Ragan, George Warren, 743–44; Ratterman, George, 747–48; Reid, Catherine “Dixie,” 542; Republican Party, 751–53; Rhincock, Joseph L., 754–55; Riddell, Fountain, 758; Robsion, John Marshall, 766; Rouse, Arthur Blythe, 772; Settle, Evan Evans, 820; Sheehan, August F. “Gus,” 823; Shine, Michael Thomas, 825–26; Simmons, Bert, 830; Simpson, Arnold Ray, 831; Smith, Green Clay, 838; Smith, Sawyer A., 839; Snyder, Marion Gene, 839; Socialist Party, 839–40; Southgate, Richard, 843; Spence, Brent, 848; Stanbery, Henry, 850; Stanton, Richard H., 851; Stephens, Leonard, 853; Stevenson, John White, 854; Swope, Samuel Franklin, 862–63; Weintraub, Morris, 945; Whig Party, 952–53; Willson, Augustus E., 964; Yates, Richard, 981–82 Polk, James K., 157, 161, 173, 397, 617, 800, 801–2, 843, 879 Pollock, John H., Rev., 459 Pollock, R. H., Rev., 4 Polman, Becky, 484 Polman, Louis, 484 Polusmiak, Anna, 722 Polusmiak, Lyubov Ivanovna, 721 Polusmiak, Sergei, 640, 721–22 Polusmiak, Sergei Ivanolvich, 721 Pompilio, Johanna Coletta “Jay,” 483 Pompilio, John C., Col., 722, 738 Pompilio, John Michael “Colonel,” 483 Pompilio’s Restaurant, 117, 277, 291, 328, 483, 722 Pons, Mary, 674 pontoon bridges, 491, 686, 722–23, 871, 925 Ponzer, Greg, 830 Poock, Katherine Hall, 640, 723, 890 Poock, Louis, 723 Poole, Oscar L., 19 Poore, Floyd G., 262, 723 Poore, G. J., 723 Poore, Pearl Harris, 723 Pope, F. A., Drug Store, 714

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Poplar Grove, 723 Populist Party, 723–24 Porfirio, Rosina “Rosie,” 483 pork-packing. See meatpacking Port Authority, 548, 675 Porter, Ashby F., 375 Porter, Cole, 204 Porter, Edward P., 724 Porter, F. J., 568, 569 Porter, Francis P., 724 Porter, Maggie, 322 Porter, Mary Alice Webster, 74 Porter, Mary Stewart, 724 Porter, Peter, 935 Porter, Thomas, 724 Porter, Walter, 724 Porter, William Southgate, 724 Porter-Fallis-Lovell House, 549, 724 Porterfield, Rosella French, 8, 9, 310, 668, 725, 971 Porterfield, Vernon, 725 Port William, 725, 734 Posey, Thornton, 655 Post, Henry Albertson Van Zo, 725 Post & Company, 725–26 Postal, Bernard, 489 post offices, 81, 726–29 Potter, Howard, Rev., 814 pottery, 121 Potthast, Edward, 818 Potts, John, 210 Potts, K. O., 962 poverty, 729–31 Poweleit, Alvin Charles, 315, 611, 657, 731, 855, 976 Poweleit, Aurellia Bambock, 731 Poweleit, Charles A., 731 Powell, A. D., 244 Powell, Andrew, 4 Powell, David, 24 Powell, Eleanor, 615 Powell, George, 739 Powell, Jane, 748 Powell, Onerias, 233, 924 Powell, O. R., 948 Power, Anne, 731, 732 Power, Frederick Tyrone Edmund, 469, 636, 731, 732, 917 Power, John F., 111, 732 Power, J. S., 43 Power, Mary Etta, 838 Power, Patia, 614, 636, 640, 731–32, 917 Power Plants, 380, 586, 596, 614, 732 Powers, Ann Van Vorst, 542 Powers, Caleb, 407 Powers, Hiram, 294 Powers, J. R., 425 Powersville, 732 Prague, Cassie, 735 Prather, Chris, 895 Pratt, Orson, 178 Pratt, Parley P., 178 Prentice, George, 45 Prentice, William Courtland, Lt. Col., 45 Presbyterians, 301, 732–33

Prescott, Marie, 733–34 preservation, historic, 450–51 Presley, Elvis, 209, 257, 615, 755–56, 919–20 Preston, Henrietta, 495 Preston, James M., 142 Preston, William, Maj. Gen., 46, 157, 216, 734 Prestonville, 734–35 Pretlow, Edna Bailey, 735 Pretlow, Richard, 735, 871 Pretlow, Samuel, 735 Pretot, Ernie, 28 Price, A. A., Rev., 446 Price, Annie E., 552 Price, Edwin A., 828 Price, Elmer, 59 Price, George, 568 Price, Jacob, Rev., 5, 8, 9, 91, 92, 335, 371, 413, 552, 735–36, 807, 817, 836 Price, James Kenny, 736–37 Price, John, 499 Price, John “Jack,” 5 Price, John M., 953 Price, Kenny, 104, 115, 230, 628, 641 Price, Larkin F., 934 Price, Mary B., 238 Price, Mary Clayton Nunnelley, 736 Price, O. K., 309 Price, Ray E., Jr., 309 Price, Sally Craig, 748 Price, Stella Bruce, 59 Price, Steven E., 828 Price, William, 736 Prill, Roy, 136 Primrose Beach, 688 Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 571, 737, 786, 789 Procter, Harry, 29 Proctor, Edwin, 430 Proctor, Henry, 504 Progressive Building and Loan Association, 737–38, 805 prohibition, 59, 67, 80, 117, 140, 199, 232, 272, 317, 356–57, 384, 394, 401, 623, 649, 652, 661, 692, 738, 918, 950, 957 prostitution, 199, 385, 661, 738–39, 748 Protection and Advocacy, 512, 739 Prowse, Juliet, 748 Pryor, James, 173, 711 Pryor, Lucy, 37 Pryor, Moses T., 190 Pryor, Nannie, 173 Pryor, William, 831 Public Advertiser, 664 Puchta, George, 726 Pudder, Henry, 64 Pugh, Janet, 620 Pugh, Malcolm, 444 Pugh, Robert, Rev., 40 Pugh, Samuel J., 217 Pugno, Raoul, 984 Pugsley, D. R., 699 Pullan, Richard B., 4 Pullin, Sue, 319 Pullium, J. B., 563

Pund, F. X., 726 Purcell, John Baptist, 166, 631 Purdon, Elizabeth, Brown, 211 Purdon, James, 211, 541 Purdon, J. Clifford, 211, 541, 556 Purdon, John L. “Jack,” 541 Pure Prairie League, 230, 640, 739–40 Purnell, Lenin, 586 Purple People Bridge, 527 Purvis, Thomas L., 28 Pustet, Frederick, 167 Putnam-Hooker Company, 874 Putthoff, Marian, 440 Pythian, J. L., 463, 847 Pythian, John, 611 Quaid, Dennis, 719 Qualls, Kathryn Vetter, 741 Qualls, Roxanne, 263, 578, 741, 970 Quaternary period, 393, 403, 685 Quayle, Dan, 424 Queen City Beach, 687, 688 Quest, Forward, 556 Quill, James E., 212 Quinn, Gary, 541 Quinn, Joseph, 19 Quinn, Philip, 309 Quinn, William Paul, 32 Rabb, F., 190 Rabbine, Jeanne, 42 Rabbit Hash, 742–43; General Store, 230, 742 Rabe, William A., 815 Race, Parthenia A., 957 racecourses. See horse racing; specific courses Rachford, B. K., 147 Rachford, H. K., 17 Racke, Elizabeth Scheper Meyer, 808 Radcliffe, Billy, 649 Radel, Cliff, 607 Radel, Fares J., 375 Radenheimer, Janet, 971 radio, 743, 812; Rickett, Merle Frances, 758; Shepherd, Jean, 823; Ten-Eyck, Sidney Deforest, 872; WCKY, 940; WCVG, 940–41; WFBE-AM, 950–51; WFTM, 951; Wilson, L. B., 965; WNKU, 967–68; WNOP, 968; WXIX, 980; WZIP, 980 Rafi nesque, Constantine, 35, 88, 321 Ragan, Allen Edgar, 743 Ragan, David Yandell, 743 Ragan, Eli, 743 Ragan, George Warren, 207, 743–44 Ragan, Sarah Carter, 743 Ragsdale, Rebecca, 142 ragtime music, 387, 401, 486, 640, 687, 744 railroads, 745–46; Brooksville and Ohio Railroad, 122; Caldwell Station, 140; Carrollton and Worthville Railroad, 161;

Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 175; Chessie System, 176; Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad, 178–79; Cincinnati Southern Railroad, 181–82; Cincinnati Southern Railroad Yard, 182; Conrail, 222; Covington, Flemingsburg, and Pound Gap Railroad, 236, 236–37; Covington and Lexington Railroad, 237; Covington Locomotive and Manufacturing Works, 243–44; CSX Transportation, 252–53; DeCoursey and Culbertson Railway Stations, 260; depots, 744–45; Falmouth Railroad Depot, 319; Green Line Company, 422–23; interurban lines, 478–79; Kentucky River, 515; Louisville, Cincinnati, and Lexington Railroad, 565; Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 566; Maysville and Lexington Railroad, 597; Norfolk Southern Railway, 667; Ortner Freight Car Company, 692; Post & Company, 725–26; Seaboard Coast Line, 813; Southern Railway, 842; TransKentucky Transportation Railroad Inc., 887–88 Railway Express Agency (REA), 744 Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, 536, 746–47 Rainey, Dorothy M., 955 Rainey, Louise G., 955 Rains, F. M., 575 R.A. Jones & Company Inc., 747 Raker, August, 795 Raleigh, Bess, 844 Raleigh, Morella, 844 Ralph Haile/US Bank Foundation, 679, 682 Ramage, James A., 485. See also James A. Ramage Civil War Museum Rambo, Emma, 966 Rambo, Thomas, 141 Ramler, Hilda, 411 Ramsey, Anderson, 390 Ramsey, Jennie, 936 Rand, Jacob W., 596, 597 Rand, Joseph, 962 Rand, Sally, 133, 919 Randolph, James E., 293, 603, 611, 747 Raney, Wayne, 230 Ranier, Bob, 462 Rankin, Bob, 342 Rankin, Daisy, 162 Rankin, John, Rev., 2, 4, 31, 47, 302, 733, 902, 904 Rankin, Otwell, 674 Rankin, R. M., 701 Rankin, Robert, 935 Rannells, Samuel, 541 Ransdall, Katy, 802 Ransdell, John S., 961

INDEX Ransler, William, 929 Ranson, Stanley, 758 Raphaelson, Jacob, 840 Rapp, Barney, 204 Ratermann, Bob, 254 Ratterman, Claribell Cahill, 747 Ratterman, George William, 86, 144, 153, 200, 232, 354, 355, 385, 591, 661, 747–48 Ratterman, Leander, 747 Rattermann, Heinrich A., 394 Ravensberg, Bob, 355 Rawlings, John T., 954 Ray, Anna, 322 Ray, Right, 25 Rayburn, Lewis N., 752 Read, Alice, 772 Read, Fred, 858 Read, Thomas Buchanan, 70, 320 Reader, H. R., 229 Reagan, Ronald, 525, 730, 748 Reams, Flora Moore, 748 Reams, Lee Roy, 640, 748 Reams, Robert, 748 Reardon, Harry, 80 Reaume, Adelaide Schuster, 731 Reaume, Charles W., 731 Reaume, Helen Emma. See Power, Patia Rebel Landing, 748–49 Rebisso, Louis, 60 Rechtin, Norbert, 462 Record, Marvin, 946 Recorder Newspapers, 664, 749 Recovery Network, 749 Redden, Paul, 355, 553 Redding, Joseph, 869 Reder, Bill, 749 Reder, Henry, 334 Reder, Ron, 749 Reder, Sue, 749 Redford, A. H., Rev., 636 Redford, Robert, 469 Redmond, James, Rev., 782 Redstone, 813 Redwine, James, 831 Redwood Rehabilitation Center, 266, 749, 860 Reed, Archibald, 251 Reed, Billy, 152 Reed, Dan, 968 Reed, James Curtis, 622 Reed, John Anderson, 621, 749 Reed, Lavinia, 814 Reed, Martha, 944 Reed, Mary S., 518 Reed, Orthaniel H., 3, 899, 901 Reed, Richmond, Rev., 445 Reed, Shirley, 163 Reed, Smith, 814 Reed, Stanley Forman, 232, 263, 586, 596, 600, 601, 621, 749–50 Reed, Theophilus, 190 Reed, Virginia, 54 Reed, Walker, 143–44 Reese, Frank, 120 Reese, Gustave, 808 Reeves, R. C., 50 Reeves, Stacey, 39, 750

Reeves’ Campground, 709, 750 Regenstein, Anne B., 364 Regenstein, Ellsworth, 143, 364, 658, 744, 750, 752 Rehm, John, 521 Reichert, Margaret, 808 Reid, Anna Johnson, 800 Reid, Archibald, 378, 928 Reid, C. F., 129 Reid, Elmer, Rev., 792 Reid, Herbert L., Rev., 352 Reid, Isaac, 805 Reid, Ray, 264 Reid, Samuel C., 800 Reid, S. R., Rev., 782 Reid, Walter, 904 Reid, Whitelaw, 189 Reider, Rob, 484 Reik, William “Bill,” 63 Reiley, John W., 147 Reilly, Michael “Mike,” 739, 740 Reilly, S. T., 512 Reinhardt, Alfred, 394 Reinhardt, John David, 753 Reinhardt, Myron, 65 Reinke, J. H., 273 Reinke, Robert J., 796 Reis, Gilbert, 750 Reis, James “Jim” W., 664, 668, 750–51 Reis, Janet Rose, 750 Reis, Ruth Schalk, 750 Reis, Tommy, 62, 657 Reiter, John B., Rev., 455 Reliance Textile and Dye Works, 874 Remington, Frederick, 322 Remke, H., 922 Remke, Lewis, 751 Remke, Robert, 751 Remke, William, Jr., 751 Remke, William, Sr., 751 Remke Markets, 151, 359, 411, 751 Remlein, Jacob, 20 Remme, E. C., 201 Remus, George, 738, 957 Renaker, Alvin Boyers, 758 Renaker, Henrietta, 758 Renaker, Jefferson Davis, 497 Renfro, Thomas E., 4 Reno, Don, 95 Reno, Lewis, 922 Reno, Sara Jane, 922 Rentz, Eva Mehan, 751 Rentz, William, 751 Rentz, William Edward, Brig. Gen., 751 Renz, Ed, 700 reptiles, 321 Republican Party, 378, 751–53 Reschke, Gustav, 890 Resenbeck, Clements, 551 Resor, Julia, 269 Respass, A. C., 229 Respess, Jerome, 446 retirement housing, 682–83, 690–91, 731, 778 Retschulte, Charles and Anna, 59 Reubelt, John A., 399

Revolutionary War, 754; Bartle, John, 60; Bedinger, George Michael, 73; Benham, Robert, 79; Big Bone Lick, 87; Bird’s War Road, 89; Blue Licks, 95; Boone, Jacob, 100; Boone, v, 99; Buckner, Philip, 127; Butler, Percival P., 136; Campbell, John, 144; Chambers, John, 173; Girty, Simon, 402–3; Kenton, Simon, 503–4; Ohio River, 686; poverty, 730 Rexall, 715 Reynolds, Charles W., 177 Reynolds, Debbie, 821 Reynolds, Dudley Sharpe, 754 Reynolds, Elizabeth, 323 Reynolds, Genevieve, 945 Reynolds, George, 51 Reynolds, James J., 482 Reynolds, Jerry, 355 Reynolds, Lauretta, 51 Reynolds, Loretta, 497 Reynolds, Mattie Bruce, 754, 888, 970, 972 Reynolds, R. J., 601 Rhinock, Eliza Short, 754 Rhinock, Joseph Lafayette, 217, 218, 244, 262, 754, 754–55, 772 Rhodes, Cecil, 198 Rhodes, James, 484 Rhodes, James E., 50 Rice, Benjamin, 4 Rice, David, Rev., 31, 33, 301, 593, 732, 757, 834 Rice, Grace Wilson, 755 Rice, Helen Steiner, 400 Rice, Homer Cranston, 356, 755 Rice, James, 214 Rice, John M., 216, 217 Rice, Lizzie, 379 Rice, Pink, 212 Rice, Samuel C., 755 Rice, Sophia, 757 Rich, Beulah, 139 Rich, Charles Coulson, 178 Rich, Clara, 209 Rich, David, Rev., 890 Rich, Dennis W., 288 Rich, Howard B., Sr., 756, 807 Rich, James R., 223 Rich, William K., 288 Richard P. Ernst Home, 311, 755 Richards, John C., Capt, 699 Richards, Keith, 574 Richards, W. L., 120 Richardson, Coleman D., 755 Richardson, Darrell Coleman, 359, 557, 755–56 Richardson, Dudley, 229 Richardson, Edna Ellen Nipper, 755 Richardson, Harriet, 298 Richardson, H. H., 256 Richardson, Holt, Col., 317 Richardson, James, 872 Richardson, Kevin, 367 Richardson, Marie Louise Harris, 756 Richardson, Mary Cabell, 556, 557, 756, 970

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Richardson, Mary Harrison, 756 Richardson, Nolan, 643 Richardson, Robert Carter Col., 756 Richardson, Samuel Q., 756 Richardson, Sarah A. “Nannie,” 828 Richardson, Ted R., 181 Richardson, Thomas D., 596 Richardson, Warren, 976 Richardson, William D., 801 Richard Southgate House, 240, 931 Richeson, Mary Eliza “Mame,” 587 Richeson, William W., 206, 596, 597 Richey, Henry P., 699 Richey, William, 339, 938, 975 Rich Ladder Company, 756 Richter, Charles F., 289 Richter, Charlotte, Fitzpatrick, 343 Richter, Robert C., Rev., 459 Richwood, 756–57; Presbyterian Church, 73, 733, 757–58 Rickenbacker, Eddie, 609 Ricker, Joseph B., 934 Rickett, Frances, 971 Rickett, Mary Kerrigan, 758 Rickett, Merle Frances, 758 Rickett, Merle Lowe, 758 Ricketts, John, 120 Ricketts, P., 541 Riddell, Calvin, 230 Riddell, Florenda McKay, 758 Riddell, Fountain, 142, 534, 627, 758 Riddell, John, 758 Riddell, J. W., 627 Riddell, Louisa Hawes, 758 Riddell, Nathaniel Edson, 179, 251, 758 Riddell, W. L., 134, 758 Ridder, Peter, 780 Ridder, Steve, 66 Riddle, Nelson, 204 Riddle, Rachel, 357 Riddle, Sallie, 357 Ridenour, Walsh, 928 Rider, Charles, 699 Rider, Richard, 380 Ridgeview Heights, 758–59 Riedinger, Fred, 563 Riedinger, Ludwig, 777 Riedlin, Wilhelm, 67 Rieg, Anton, 780 Ries, Heinrich, 849 Riesenberg, John J., 797 Rieveschl, Alma Hofl ing, 759 Rieveschl, George, Jr., 759 Rieveschl, George, Sr., 759 Rigdon, Robert, 568 Rigg, Leona C., 262 Rigg, Minerva, 627 Riggs, Beutel, 149 Riggs, David, 307 Riggs, Effie Morrison, 743, 744 Riggs, Harry, 898 Right to Life, 90 Rigney, Harry, 916 Rigney, Marie, 607 Rile, J. W., 634

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Riley, Edger, 131 Riley, Eric, 670 Riley, James Whitcomb, 858 Riley, John, 495 Riley, J. V., 232 Riley, O. V., 356 Riley, Rube, 7 Riley, Tom, 912 Riley, W. B., Rev., 952 Riley, W. H., 906 Rimes, LeAnn, 464 Rimmer, J. Paul, Rev., 405, 459 Ringling Brothers, 278 Ringo, David Leer, 276, 423, 759–60 Ringo, Philip J., 760 Riordan, G. C., 93 Ripley, Robert, 623 Rippleton, Lucy, 760 Rippleton, Washington, 557, 760, 845 Risch, Laurie, 74 Risen, Arnold “Arnie” Denny “Stilts,” 66, 760, 962 Risen, Elvira Scroggins, 760 Risen, John Denny, 760 Riske, Charlotte, 502 Riske, Ruhamah, 502, 841 Ritchie, Casper Jacques, 761 Ritchie, Casper, Jr., 761 Ritchie, Casper, Sr., 761 Ritchie, Edgar Barrick, 761 Ritchie, Jean, 449 Ritchie, Walter, 761 Ritchie family, 761 Ritte, Walter, 536 Rittenhouse, David, 394 Rivera, Chita, 748 Rivers, Joan, 327 Riverside Drive National Historic District, 549–50 Riverside-Good Counsel School, 650–51, 720, 761 river trade, 761–62 Riverview, 762 Roanoke Christian Church, 762 Robard, Louis, 905 Robb, David, 190 Robb, James, 190 Robb, Robert, 339 Robbers, William, Rev., 776, 777 Robbins, Augustus, 317, 319 Robbins, Mary, 319 Roberston, Cliff, 411 Robert Chambers House, 762 Robert Patton House, 240 Roberts, Alice Kennelly, 762–63, 858 Roberts, Benjamin J., 897 Roberts, Dale, 63 Roberts, Edward, 763 Roberts, Elizabeth Madox, 763, 971 Roberts, Harry, 383 Roberts, Howard, 76 Roberts, Laura, 656 Roberts, Mary Elizabeth Brent, 763 Roberts, Morganna, 739 Roberts, Oral, 709 Roberts, Richard, 822 Roberts, Roxanne Odell, 763

Roberts, Samuel T., 81 Roberts, Simpson, 763 Roberts, Susan A., 625 Roberts, Thomas, 763 Roberts, Thomas Zane, 76, 762, 763 Roberts, Willis, 445 Robertson, Alexander, 763 Robertson, Cordelia A., 197 Robertson, George, 46, 763–65, 765 Robertson, Margaret Robinson, 763 Robertson, Oscar, 63, 811 Robertson, Patricia Creighton, 839 Robertson Co., 764, 765–66; African Americans in, 8; Bratton, 114; Bratton/Pinhook, 114; Courthouse, 765; gristmills, 426; Kentontown, 511; Mount Olivet, 633; Penn Grove, 708–9; post offices, 729; Public Library, 547, 766; Public Schools, 766; railroad depots, 745 Robertson’s Restaurant, 411 Robins, Ephraim, 948 Robinson, Ardella, 11 Robinson, Charlie, 719 Robinson, Clifford, 639 Robinson, Donald, 196 Robinson, E. A., 849 Robinson, Eddie, 356, 615 Robinson, Edward G., 650 Robinson, Eliza, 934 Robinson, Frances, 857 Robinson, Francis, 857 Robinson, Frank, 666 Robinson, Jackie, 188, 711, 792 Robinson, James, 229 Robinson, James F., 113, 189, 593 Robinson, James H., 11 Robinson, John T., 934 Robinson, John W., Rev., 666 Robinson, Landen, 803 Robinson, Mary Terrell, 857 Robinson, P. F., 132 Robinson, R. C., 706 Robinson, Sally, 230 Robinson, S. B., 934 Robinson, William T., III, 181, 676 Robison, Ann, 52 Robsion, John A., 766 Robsion, John Marshall, 766 Robsion, Mary Hyland, 766 Robson, George W., 77 Rockdale, 767 Rodgers, Charles, 767 Rodgers, Charles G., 724 Rodgers, Harriet Fallis, 767 Rodgers, Howard S., 767 Rodgers, John, 893 Rodgers, Louise, 703 Rodgers, Richard, 204, 517 Roebling, Christine Frederike Dorothea Mueller, 767 Roebling, Christoph Polycarpus, 767 Roebling, John Augustus, 13, 125, 491, 492, 549, 566, 653, 687, 767–68, 768, 822, 826. See also John A. Roebling Bridge

Roebling, Washington Augustus, 491, 492, 653, 767–68 Roebling Murals, 687, 722, 768 Roebuck, Emily Bowles, 768 Roebuck, John, 768 Roebuck, John S., 768 Roebuck, Katherine, 768 Roebuck, Mary Wilton “Minnie,” 768, 970 Roediger, Paul, Rev., 794 Roeding, Dick, 753 Roell, Aloysius J., 797 Roentgen, Wilhelm, 500 Roetken, Oscar T., 738 Roetkin, Oscar H., 232 Roettinger, Henry, 798 Roettinger, William, 573 Roff, Elizabeth Mitchell, 768 Roff, Ida Mitchell, 768, 970 Roff, Nathaniel, 768 Roff, Sandford M., 768 Roger, Martha McMillen Peyton, 818 Rogers, David, Col., 79, 403, 754, 768 Rogers, Ginger, 615 Rogers, Jesse M., Rev., 336 Rogers, John, 4 Rogers, John A. R., 4 Rogers, Lloyd, 669 Rogers, Randolph, 320 Rogers, Ray R., 752 Rogers, Roland, 291 Rogers, Roy, 253 Rogers, Susan Herndon, 31, 302, 632 Rogers, S. W., 337 Rogers, Will, 48, 135, 557 Rogers’ Defeat, 79, 144, 257, 403, 686, 687, 754, 768, 865 Rogerts, Frank A., III, 923 Rogerts, Frank A., Jr., 923 Rohrer, Ed, 462, 688 Roland, Clayton, 415 Roland, Kepple, 294 Rolf, Donald C., 315 Rolfes, Charles, Rev., 795 roller skating, 834 Roman Catholics, 769; Carmel Manor, 154–55; charities, 169, 173, 199, 251, 631; Citigroup, 183; Committee for CovingtonKenton Co., 212; Covington, Downtown, 234; DeJaco Brothers Company, 260; Droege, Ignatius J., 282; Lutherans, 570; Passionist Nuns, 701–2; pipe organs, 718; Redwood Rehabilitation Center, 749; Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, 819; United Church of Christ, 906. See also specific Roman Catholic churches and schools Romero, Caesar, 650 Romero, Kathy, 485 Ronstadt, Linda, 152, 202, 402 Roode, Eugene de, 975 Rook, Julia A., 530

Rooks, J. R., Rev., 792 Rooney, Mickey, 71, 618 Roosevelt, Alice, 49, 363 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 18, 270, 423 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 48, 176, 179, 222, 232, 263, 270, 338, 346, 349, 420, 478, 555, 586, 645, 710, 738, 750, 848, 907, 918, 919, 953, 977 Roosevelt, Nicholas, 686 Roosevelt, Theodore, 49, 206, 269, 270, 313, 322, 363, 555, 609, 919 Root, Albert Tell, 769, 770 Root, Ephraim, 769 Root, Ira, 4, 303, 658, 769, 770 Root, James, 769 Root, James T., 190 Root, John W., 190, 379 Root, Oliver Wyatt, 185, 642, 769, 770 Root, Sarah Ann Perry, 769, 770 Root, Vashti Birge, 769 Root, William, 190, 389 Roper, William, 793 ropewalks, 258, 770, 922 Rose, Abraham, 374 Rose, Carolyn, 968 Rose, George, 237 Rose, Mary, 937 Rose, Pete, 134, 353 Rose and George Steinford Toy Foundation, 853 Rosemary Clooney House, 263, 770 Rosen, John, 591 Rosenberg, Neil, 95 Rosenblum, Sharp, 148 Rosenblum, Sidney, 148 Rosencrans, William, Gen., 462 Rose v. Council for Better Education, 770–71 Ross, 771 Ross, Arzelia, 552 Ross, Buddy, 736 Ross, David, 88, 545 Ross, Henrietta, 624 Ross, J. H., Rev., 666 Ross, John Shaw, Capt., 915 Ross, Katherine Shaw, 915 Ross, L. L., 361 Ross, Morrell, 844 Ross, Perry S., 915 Ross, Richard, 138 rotary clubs, 149, 185, 264, 267, 719, 771–72, 851 Roth, George F., Jr., 238, 340, 481, 772, 890 Roth, Ruth Marley, 772 Rothenberg, Jean W., 259 Rothkopf, Louis, 200, 563 Rotondi, Thomas, 810 Rotter, Conrad, Rev., 271 Roundup Club, 411 Rountree, Everett, Rev., 404, 405 Rouse, A. Mott, 928 Rouse, Arthur Blythe, 218, 262, 272, 276, 310, 561, 772 Rouse, Clyde, 309 Rouse, Dudley, 772 Rouse, Elizabeth, 459 Rouse, Elizabeth Blythe, 772

INDEX Rouse, Emma, 560 Rouse, Ernest M., 137 Rouse, Frank, 347 Rouse, George, 164, 459 Rouse, Israel, 551 Rouse, Jacob, 459, 551 Rouse, John, 459 Rouse, M., 425 Rouse, Michael, 459 Rouse, Nancy, 459 Rouse, Nancy Henderson, 772 Rouse, R., 425 Rouse, Robert, 551 Rouse, Shelley D., 685, 772–73 Rouse, Silas, 551 Rouse, Thomas, 772 Rouse, W. I., 212 Rouse, William C. C., 551 Rousseau, Lovell H., 216 Routt, Garner, 925 Routt, William, 925 Rowan, John, 593, 601 Rowland, Harry M., 360 Rowland, Michael, 895 Royal, Billy Joe, 641 Royden, H. P., 517 Royer, George A., 459 Ruby, Texas, 104 Rucker, Joseph B., 164 Rudd, Christopher, Jr., 518 Rudd, Foeman A., 310 Rudd, Hester Ann “Hetty,” 518 Ruddell, Isaac, 499 Ruddle, James, 404 Rudolf, F. J., 49 Rudolf, Max, 808 Rudolphy, Anthony, 785 Ruef, William, 701 Rugg, Emeline “Amelia” Beaumont, 773 Rugg, Jennie, 768, 972 Rugg, Samuel A., 773 Rugg, Virginia Adeline “Jennie,” 970 Ruh, Carl, 117 Ruh, Joseph A. “Sep,” 117 Ruh, Tom, 273 Rule, Lucien, 302 Rumpke, Bernard, 939 Rumpke, Thomas B., 939 Rumpke, Todd, 939 Rumpke, William F., 939 Rumpke, William J., Sr., 939 Rundle, Charles Wesley, 609 Runion, Tony, 103 Runkle, Benjamin P., 369, 370 Runyan, Harlan C., Rev., 108, 352, 537 Runyon, Asa, 593 Runyon, Coralie, 587 Runyon, James M., 32, 621 Rupp, Adolph, 62, 66 Rupprecht, Adolph, Rev., 431 Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (RECC), 697 Rusche, Joseph, 59 Rush, Benjamin, 280 Rush, Daniel, 214 Rush, Thomas, 214

Rusk, Clara McNay, 28 Rusk, Easton, 551 Rusk, Eli T., 551, 807 Rusk, J. Wayne “Doc,” 674 Rusk, Loren J., 28 Russel, Robert, 903 Russell, Charles, 321 Russell, Charles Taze, 488 Russell, Christopher, 586 Russell, Elexene Porter, 773 Russell, George, 487 Russell, Jack, Lt., 297 Russell, James Barbour “J. B.,” 599, 773 Russell, Jane, 469 Russell, John, 530 Russell, Milton C., 773 Russell, Samuel, 155 Russell, Thomas, 64, 773 Russell, Tom, 596 Russell Theater, 204, 596, 601, 637, 773 Rutemiller, Bernard, 181 Ruter, Job, 773 Ruter, Martin, Rev., 45, 46, 773, 877, 902 Rutherford, Joseph “Judge,” 488 Rutherford, Stephen R., 865 Ruthven, John, 204 Ruttenberg, Joseph, 861 Rutterer, Albert J., 50 Ruttle, Daniel, 609 Ryan, Abrah, Rev., 578 Ryan, J. T., 340 Ryan, Robert, Rev., 656 Ryan, Thomas, 878 Ryan, Tommy, 640, 773–74, 948 Ryan, William, 8 Ryan, William B., Rev., 496 Ryker, Jared, 3 Ryland, James W., 774 Ryland Heights, 774 Ryland Lakes Country Club, 774 Ryle, Clayton, 743 Ryle, Elijah, 627 Ryle, Larry A. See Larry A. Ryle High School Ryle, W. T., 212 Ryle High School, 224 Sabie, Cora, 946 Sabin, Albert, 612, 848 Sabin, J. H., 426 Sabo, Chris, 353 Sachs, Bill, 104 Sachs, Curt, 808 Sackett, Frederick A., 940, 944 Sackett, Frederick M., 539, 766 Sacksteder, Rick, 28, 304, 542, 607, 608 Sacksteder, Thomas, 792 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 77, 555, 716, 775 Saelinger, Walburga, 833 St. Agnes Catholic Church, 563, 775, 855 St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 440, 576, 716, 775–76, 815, 858, 950, 963

St. Aloysius School, 761 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 89, 260, 307, 776, 793, 890 St. Anthony Catholic Church, 260, 534, 775, 776 St. Augustine Catholic Church: Augusta, 43, 154, 256, 455, 705, 749, 776, 782; Covington, 118, 776, 777 St. Benedict Catholic Church, 431, 618, 749, 777, 787, 803 St. Bernard Catholic Church, 75, 260, 431, 777–78 St. Boniface Catholic Church, 567, 881 St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 55, 534, 778 St. Cecilia Catholic Church, 556, 778 St. Charles Care Center, 55, 194, 603, 778, 832, 910 St. Clair, Arthur, Gen., 100, 386, 558 St. Elizabeth Medical Center, 48, 50, 58, 91, 105, 150, 154, 195, 196, 199, 234, 295, 346, 352, 368, 387, 389, 413, 429, 463, 500, 508, 574, 611, 618, 631, 651, 682, 723, 769, 772, 778–80, 813, 826, 831, 832, 850, 855, 858, 875, 885, 886, 909, 930, 949, 976 St. Francis de Sales Academy, 260, 600, 655, 718, 780, 791, 796, 973 St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 228, 456, 780, 956 St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 260, 781 St. Francis Xavier School, 424 St. Henry Catholic Church, 154, 301, 308, 781, 792 St. Henry District High School, 63, 532, 582, 781–82 St. James African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 261, 782, 860 St. James Catholic Church, 260, 534, 567, 776, 782 St. James Lutheran Church, 783–84 St. John Catholic Church, 152, 154, 274, 718, 783, 855, 975–76 St. John Cemetery, 359, 422, 631, 783 St. John Lutheran Church, 149, 571 St. John Mission, 784, 798 St. John, Silas, 782 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 260, 493, 555, 784–85 St. John the Evangelist Anglican Catholic Church, 785 St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 90, 307, 785–86 St. John United Church of Christ, 786, 794, 906 St. John, Vincent, 782–83 St. John’s Community Church, 784, 906 St. John’s United Church of Christ, 291, 784, 969, 970 St. Joseph Catholic Church: Camp Springs, 91, 149, 260, 786, 790,

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809, 918; Carrollton, 90; Cold Spring, 91, 107, 207, 787; Covington, 154, 167, 237, 282, 286, 368, 431, 535, 546, 555, 716, 718, 777, 787, 808, 882, 969; Crescent Springs, 249, 787; Warsaw, 787–88 St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church, 571, 788 St. Luke Hospital, 150, 153, 154, 228, 297, 315, 409, 463, 611, 662, 772, 780, 785, 788–89, 799, 848, 858 St. Mark Lutheran Church, 260, 291, 571, 737, 789, 956 St. Mary Cemetery, 154, 166, 359, 422, 789–90 St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 90, 260, 628, 790 St. Patrick Catholic Church: Covington, 72, 107, 479, 534, 576, 716, 775, 776, 790, 950, 963; Maysville, 204, 256, 535, 595, 790–91 St. Patrick High School, Maysville, 64, 791 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 573–74, 791–92 St. Paul Catholic Church, 473, 474, 778, 792, 797, 906 St. Paul Christian Church, 792–93 St. Paul Lutheran Church, 571, 793 St. Paul United Church of Christ: Dayton, 794, 906; Fort Thomas, 784, 794; Newport, 948 St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 453, 785, 793, 890, 948 St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 793–94, 906 St. Peter Lutheran Church, 794–95 St. Philip Catholic Church, 256, 260, 795 St. Pius X Catholic Church, 294, 295, 795–96, 803 St. Pius X Seminary, 297, 875 St. Stephen Cemetery, 364, 609, 796 St. Therese Catholic Church, 612, 796–97, 842 St. Thomas Catholic Church, 49, 154, 272, 778, 796, 797 St. Thomas High School, 66, 797 St. Timothy Catholic Church, 797 St. Vincent de Paul: Catholic Church, 201, 456, 483, 796, 798; Society, 439, 840–41 St. Walberg Convent, 718 St. William Catholic Church, 798, 855, 960 Saintley, Mabel, 133 Saint-Saens, Camille, 983 Saints Boniface and James Catholic Church, 783, 796, 881 Salaman, Joel, Rabbi, 863 Salee, Maria, 647 Salem United Methodist Church, 395, 431, 616, 798–99, 850, 882, 948

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Salin, Henry B., 799 Salin, Lewis Henry, 404, 799 Salin, S. H., 799 Salk, Jonas, 612 Salle, Robert de la, 919 Salomon, Solomon, 388 salt, 417 Salter, W. Jas., 807 Salvation Army, 90, 431, 458, 463, 611, 675, 788, 799–800, 826 Salvini, Tomasso, 734 Salyers, Amelia Lampson, 162 Salyers, C. D., 163 Salyers, Emma Price Dunlap, 800 Salyers, James F., 425 Salyers, Sara Kathryn, 592, 800 Salyers, William Tandy, 800 Sampson, Ban, 638 Sampson, Flem, 245, 500, 766, 839, 940, 944 Sampson, William T., 362 Samuel Hannaford and Sons, 106, 134, 273, 430–31, 517, 578, 630, 693, 755, 777, 779, 787, 799, 850, 924, 955, 956 Samuel Woodfi ll School, 364, 973 Sanborn, Margaret, 198 Sande, Earle, 639 Sander, Michael D., 310 Sanders, 800 Sanders, Ann Nicholas, 418, 800, 801 Sanders, Constance, 352 Sanders, Emma O., 802 Sanders, Esther de Vie, 368 Sanders, Evelyn, 398 Sanders, George Nicholas, 157, 397, 700, 800–801, 801–2 Sanders, G. Washington, Capt., 191 Sanders, Jane Craig, 801 Sanders, J. B., 154 Sanders, John, 397, 801, 802, 964 Sanders, Joseph, 699 Sanders, Joseph Hawkins, 802 Sanders, Lewis, 13, 157, 417–18, 699, 700, 800, 801–2, 952 Sanders, Mary Eliza Lathrop, 699 Sanders, Peter, 802 Sanders, Reid, 800 Sanders, Samuel, 397, 624, 802 Sanders, Sarah Louise, 755 Sanders, Sarah “Sally” Byrns, 802 Sanders, T., 164 Sanders, T. F., 718 Sanders, Verney, 398 Sanders, William, 251 Sanders High School, 802 Sandford, Alfred Pope, 74, 948, 949 Sandford, John L., 284, 406 Sandford, Thomas, Gen., 215, 505, 652, 802–3 Sandifer, Herbert, 231 Sand Run Baptist Church, 368, 803 Sands, Alexander, 517 Sands, Tony, 872 Saner, Daniel, Rev., 776, 782 Sanfield, Steve, 985 Sanford, B. F., 294, 803 Sanford, Catherine, 853

Sanford, Jack, Rev., 351 Sanford, John, 406 Sanford, Mortimer L., 839 Sanford, Ted, 163 Sanford, Thomas, 215, 352 Sanfordtown, 803 Sangamon Paleosol, 403 Sanger, Margaret Higgins, 90 Sanham, Emma, 483 sanitation, 55, 804 Sanitation District No. 1, 120, 669, 804–5 Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de, 617 Sarakatsannis, Nicholas D., 274 Sarakatsannis, Panny, 274 Sarakatsannis, Spiros, 274 Sardis, 805 Sargent, John Singer, 322, 715 Sargent, Kenny, 402 Sargent, Mary, 221 Sargent, Winthrop, 324 Sasaki, Yasug, 90 Satterwhite, Charles, 162 Satterwhite, Kathryn, 497 Saunders, Arven, 181 Saunders, Carl, 384, 514 Saunders, John, 468 Savage, James, Rev., 903 savings and loan associations, 130, 521, 657, 805–6, 950 sawmills, 55, 806–7 Sawyer, M., 4 Saxton, C. W., 212 Sayer, Albert, Capt., 915 Sayers, Henry, 251 Saylers, G. W., 974 Saylers, James F., 974 Scales, Carrie, 621 Scales, Christopher Columbus, 621 Scales, Mary Menzies, 621 Scanlon, Joseph L., 181 Schabell, Aloysius, 693 Schabell, Joseph, 376 Schadler, Chris, 844 Schadler, Dave, 830 Schaefer, Joseph, Rev., 795 Schaeffer, Andrew “A. J.,” 365 Schaff, Mary Camilla, 635 Schaffer, John Jacob, 808 Schaffer, Joseph L., Jr., 357 Schaffer, Joseph L., Sr., 357 Schaffer, Mark, 168 Schaffer, Mary Ann Gerwin, 808 Schaffer, Rita, 168 Schaffer, Robert Joseph, 168, 641, 718, 808 Schaff roth, Charles, Rev., 777, 785 Schalck, Dan, 883 Schalck, Kristy, 883 Schambach, Howard, 563 Scharringhaus, Edward, 437 Scharringhaus, Ralph, 437 Schatteman, Stephen C., 841 Schatzman, L. F., 541 Scheben, Andy, Sr., 308 Scheid, Walter, 120 Schenck, J. P., 978 Schenk, Jim, 171 Scheper, Marianne Kennel, 612

Scheper, William, 612 Schiele, Silvester, 772 Schieman, Betty, 72 Schieman, Dick, 72 Schild, Emma, 352 Schilling, Dick, 86 Schilling’s Drive-In Restaurant, 411 Schirmer, Clemens, Rev., 784 Schirmer, Gustave, 963 Schirmer, Margaret, 305 Schlebbe, 526 Schleper, Frank, 181 Schleutker, Henrich Wilhelm, 411 Schleutker, John, 411 Schley, Winfield Scott, 362 Schloemer, Doug, 66, 940 Schmeing, Rose, 858 Schmid, Stephan, Rev., 777, 780 Schmidt, Arthur L. “Art,” 753 Schmidt, August, 167 Schmidt, Bernard, 603 Schmidt, Ed, 546 Schmidt, Francis D., 168 Schmidt, Maria Anna, 282 Schmidt, O. H., 84 Schmidt, Peter, 200, 384–85 Schmied, Christopher, 136 Schmied, Hilma Anderson, 136 Schmitt, Johann, 38, 42, 237, 286, 630, 631, 787, 798, 808–9, 875 Schmitt, Mary “Marie,” 153 Schmitt, Theodore, Rev., 777 Schmitz, Fred, 815 Schmitz, Hubert, 788 Schneider, Bob, 355 Schneider, George, 456 Schneider, Harry, 356 Schneider, Justin, 68 Schneider, Robert, Jr., 151 Schneider, Robert, Sr., 151 Schneider, William A., 401 Schoberg, Charles, 30, 976 Schoettelkotte, Bill, 182, 662 Schofield, George W., 338, 863, 924, 982 Schonecker, Sandy Tretter, 971 Schoolfield, C. B., 611, 847 Schoolfield, Frank E., 557 Schoolfield, Robert, 43, 45 schools: A. J. Jolly Elementary and High School, 16; Augusta High School, 46; Beech Grove Academy, 73; Beechwood Public Schools, 74; Bellevue Public Schools, 78; Bishop Brossart High School, 90–91; for blind and visually impaired, 93–94; Boone Co. High School, 102–3; Boone Co. schools, 103–4; Bracken Co. Public Schools, 112; Burlington High School, 135; Butler High School, 137–38; Caldwell Academy, 140; California Elementary and High School, 141; Calvary Christian School, 142; Campbell Co. High School, 144–46; Campbell Co. Public Schools, 147; Carroll Co. High

School, 159; Carroll Co. Public Schools, 160; Carrollton High School, 163–64; Conner High School, 221–22; Cooper High School, 224; Corinth High School, 226; Covington Catholic High School, 239–40; Covington Independent Schools, 241–42; Covington Latin School, 243; Crescent Springs High School, 249; Crittenden High School, 251; Dayton Public Schools, 258; Dixie Heights High School, 274; Dry Ridge High School, 283–84; English High School, 305; Erlanger-Elsmere, 309–10; Falmouth High School, 318; Florence High School, 353; Franklin Academy, 368; Freedmen’s Bureau schools, 369–72; Gallatin Academy, 379–80; Gallatin Co. High School, 382; Gallatin Co. Public Schools, 383; Ghent High School, 399; Grant Co. High School, 415; Heritage Academy, 444; Highlands High School, 448; Holmes High School, 455; Holy Cross High School, 455–56; Immaculata Academy, 473; Independence High School, 477; John G. Fee Industrial High School, 493; La Salette Academy, 534; Larry A. Ryle High School, 533–34; Lincoln-Grant School, 552–53; Lloyd Memorial High School, 561–62; Locust High School, 562–63; Ludlow High School, 568; Mason Co. High School, 586–87; Mason Co. Public Schools, 587–88; Mason High School, 589; Maysville High School, 600; Morgan Academy, 627; Morgan High School, 627–28; Mount Olivet Male and Female Academy, 634; Newport Academy, 652–53; Newport Central Catholic High School, 655–56; Newport High School, 656–57; Newport Independent Schools, 658; Notre Dame Academy, 681; Orr Academy/ Rugby School, 692; Our Lady of Providence Academy, 693; Our Lady of the Highlands School, 694; Owen Co. Public Schools, 697; Pendleton Academy, 706; Pendleton Co. Memorial High School, 706–8; Pendleton Co. Public Schools, 708; Piner High School, 717; Riverside-Good Counsel School, 761; Robertson Co. Public Schools, 766; Rose v. Council for Better Education, 770–71; St. Francis de Sales Academy, 780; St. Henry District High School, 781–82;

INDEX St. Patrick High School of Maysville, 791; St. Thomas High School, 797; Sanders High School, 802; Scott High School, 812–13; Silver Grove Public Schools, 829–30; Simon Kenton High School, 830; Southgate Independent Schools, 844–45; Southgate St. School, 845; Villa Madonna Academy, 916–17; Walnut Hills Academy, 926; Walton-Verona Independent Schools, 929; Warsaw High School, 933; Williamstown Independent Schools, 962; Worthville High School, 979. See also names of specific Catholic churches for parochial schools Schott, Marge, 484, 971 Schott, William R., 68 Schoulthies, George, Pvt., 524 Schraer, William, 784 Schrage, Mary, 664 Schrameier, Maria Ana Theresia, 16 Schriver, Crescentia C., 49 Schriver, Henry Ahart, 49, 361, 657 Schriver, Herman, 663 Schriver, Jessie, 49 Schroder, Mary Magdalen Arlinghaus, 809 Schroder, Robert, 809 Schroder, Wilfrid Albert “Wil,” 183, 662, 809–10 Schroder, Wilfrid R., 809 Schroder Field, 15 Schroetter, H. A., 225 Schueler, Roger Edward, 640, 810 Schuerman, Fred, 254, 888 Schuerman, Henry, 162 Schuerman, L. H., 162 Schuerman, W. F., 162 Schuetzen clubs, 117, 810–11 Schuler, Henry B., 721 Schulkens, Mike, 662 Schulkers, Henry Herman, 811 Schulkers, Robert Franc, 557, 811 Schulte, Eberhard, Rev., 786 Schulte, Edward J., 167, 796 Schulte, George, 846 Schulte, John, 19 Schultz, Art “The Flying Dutchman,” 107 Schultz, Irma, 281 Schultz, Louis W., 401 Schultz, Robert, 409 Schwab, Mathias, 166, 167, 717–18 Schwarberg, Mary Cunningham, 811 Schwarberg, William “Bill” D., 354, 510, 811 Schwarberg, William F., 811 Schwartz, Betty, 971 Schwartz, Daniel D., 788 Schwartz, Mary E., 525 Schwartz, Mary Irene, 792 Schwartz, Michael S., 525 Schwede, Alma, 840 Schwegman, Cletus, 50

Schwegman, Emma, 50 Schwegman, Marcellus, 50 Schweiger, Andrew, Rev., 786 Schweitzer, Charles, Sr., 109 Schweitzer, Fred, 44 Schweitzer, George, 111 Schweitzer, Ida Mae, 44 Schweitzer, Joseph, 111 Schwenke, Norman, 291 Schwing, Mary Beth, 945 Scott, Abigail Fowler, 199 Scott, Bill, 965 Scott, Catherine Crabtree, 812 Scott, Charles, Gen., 157, 654, 725 Scott, Charles W., 915 Scott, Chasteen, Maj., 199 Scott, C. W., 336 Scott, Dred, 2 Scott, Floyd W., 620 Scott, George, 978 Scott, Harriet Huey, 813 Scott, Irene Patrick, 812 Scott, Jean, 812 Scott, John, Rev., 25, 397, 811, 932 Scott, J. T., 524 Scott, Levi, 39 Scott, Louie, 743 Scott, Moses, 134 Scott, Ninona Luella Miller Kew, 620 Scott, Patricia A. “Pat,” 812, 970 Scott, Periander “Perry,” Rev., 813 Scott, Peter, 3, 899 Scott, Ray L., 812, 968 Scott, Raymond H., 812 Scott, Robert, 801 Scott, Robert J., 308 Scott, Robert Riggs, 812 Scott, Squire G., 813 Scott, Susan C., 641 Scott, Walter, 594 Scott, Wilfred, 812 Scott, Winfield, Gen., 489, 952 Scott High School, 355, 509, 812–13 Scott’s Landing, 762, 813 Scott United Methodist Church, 813 Scripps, Edward Willis, 132, 513–14, 517, 664 Scripps, James E., 517, 664 Scroggin, Frederick R., 463, 779, 813 Scroggins, Frances, 3 Scruggs, Earl, 95 Scruggs, Luther, 670 Scudder, John, 560 Seaboard Coast Line, 161, 175, 252, 813 Seacat, Sandra, 297 Seals, Troy, 739 Sealsfield, Charles, 394 Sears, Al, 520 Sears, Carl, 318 Sears and Roebuck, 235, 265 Seaver, Elsberry, 699 Sebastian, Alexander, Rev., 3, 7, 374, 380, 813–14, 899, 900 Sebastian, Benjamin, Rev., 2 Sebastian, Malinda, 813 Sebastian, Sarah “Sally” Embry, 813 Sebastian, William, 813

Sechrest, Mary Sleet, 758 Sechrist, Charles, 251 Second Baptist Church: Carrollton, 7, 814; Mayslick, 814; Newport, 814–15 Second Methodist Church, 815 Second Twelve Mile Baptist Church, 815 Seddon, James E., 125 Seger, Charles J., 815 Seger, Daniel T., 184, 296, 815 Seger, Ellen, 815 Segoe, Adolph, 816 Segoe, Ladislas, 816, 885, 907 Segoe, Leana, 816 segregation, 816–17, 845 Seifert, Stephen, 449 Seigel, Greg, 38, 817–18 Seigel, Rebekka Beer, 38, 817–18 Seiler, Eugene, 232 Seiler, G. Vincent, 373 Seiler, John, 117 Seiler, John V., 373 Seiter, Arthur, Rev., 776 Seiter, Ray, 946 Seither, Tom, 91 Selden, Dixie, 38, 238, 287, 321, 446, 818, 971 Selden, John Roger, 818 Selle, Victor M., 84 Sellman, Elizabeth Farrar, 518 Sellman, Harriet, 518 Sellman, John, 518, 611 Sells, Damian, 477 Sells, Kelly, 477 Sells, Ken, 812 Selmes, Isabella Dinsmore, 270 Selmes, Martha Flandrau Macomb, 423 Selmes, Tilden, 269, 270 Seminary of St. Pius X, 582, 638, 718, 808, 819 Seminary Square. See Western Baptist Theological Institute Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, 522, 819, 890 Serato, Arrigo, 431 Serling, Rod, 296 Serpell, Cornelia, 613 Seston, Florence E., 431 Seta, Joe, 107 Seter, H. E., 242 Settle, Evan Evans, 217, 390, 698, 820 Settle, Harriet Evans, 820 Settle, William H., 820 Setzer, A. M., 802 Seven Mile House, 411 Seward, Frederick D., Lt., 10, 396–97 Seyler, David, 510 Seyler, George, 510 Seymour, William Joseph, 709 Shaara, Michael, 434 Shackelford, Charles, 600 Shackleford, John, 338 Shadow, Johann Gottfried, 293 Shaffer, Gregory, 168 Shaffer, Nancy Price “Nannie,” 748

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Shaler, Ann, 82 Shaler, Ann Southgate, 82, 843 Shaler, Nathaniel Burger, 82, 88, 194, 463, 611, 820, 843 Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate, 88, 144, 183, 820–21, 843, 878 Shaler Battery, 820 Shannon, John, 102, 355 Shannon, Samuel, 302 shantyboats, 821–22 Sharon, Frederick Christy, 822 Sharon, Mary Bruce Green, 38, 125, 822, 971 Sharon Presbyterian Church, 733, 822 Sharp, Ann Holcomb, 823 Sharp, Charles Henry, 818 Sharp, Colleen, 484 Sharp, Elisa, 896 Sharp, Joseph, 822 Sharp, Katherine Colvin, 822 Sharp, Philip Allen, 138, 605, 708, 822–23 Sharp, Samuel, 593 Sharpe, John, Rev., 398 Shaw, Artie, 487 Shaw, John, 3, 899 Shaw, Joseph, 17 Shaw, Lafayette, 476 Shaw, Robert, 808 Shaw, Samuel, 89 Shaw, Thomas, 1st Sgt., 609, 823 Shaw, William, 3, 495 Shearer, Jason, 221 Shearer, Norma, 469 Sheblessey, J. F., 775, 783 Sheblessy, Walter, 796 Sheehan, August F., Jr., “Gus,” 262, 479, 664, 823 Sheehan, August F., Sr., 823 Sheehan, Louise Barkau, 823 Sheehan, Martin, 823, 831 Sheets, Jesse, 672 Shelander, Harriett, 563 Shelbourne, Lord, 87 Shelby, Isaac, Gen., 136, 206, 379, 503, 549, 593, 801, 931 Shelby Arms, 463 Sheldon, Elisha, 452 Sheller, Charles, 29 Shelley, Peter, 900 Shelly Arms Hotel, 19, 89, 682, 823, 954 Shelton, James, 319 Shelton, Lila, 162 Shelton, O. E., 43 Shelton, Paul, 55 Shepard, John E., 239 Shepard, Judy, 390 Shepard, Matthew, 390 Shepherd, Jean, 557, 823 Shepherd, Ray, Rev., 445 Shepherd, Rezin D., 734 Sheridan, Phillip Henry, Gen., 89, 361, 655, 919 Sheriff, Robert, 283 Sherman, 824 Sherman, Chester, 183, 824 Sherman, George, 824

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Sherman, Micha, 824 Sherman, Sidney, Maj. Gen., 144, 824, 843, 873 Sherman, Suzanna Dennison, 824 Sherman, William Tecumseh, Gen., 70, 839, 876, 919 Sherman Brothers, 183, 824 Sherrill, C. O., 881 Shields, Blanche Kenney, 824 Shields, Jack, 824 Shields, Kenny, 66 Shields, Robert Kenneth “Ken,” 797, 824 Shigger, John R., 807 Shilling, Bob, 564 Shilling, Dick, 564 Shillito, John, 419, 925 Shiloh, 825 Shilts, Randy, 391, 525 Shimfessel, Alice Thornon, 188, 220, 825, 970 Shimfessel, Elmer T., 825 Shine, Michael Thomas, 100, 167, 243, 479, 825–26 Shinkle, A. Clifford, 23, 275 Shinkle, Amos, Gen., 5, 90, 105, 176, 176–77, 242, 249, 328, 388, 431, 438, 441, 491, 492, 549, 554, 574, 577, 589, 611, 616, 666, 722, 768, 826, 828, 927 Shinkle, Bradford, 244, 360, 446, 589, 826 Shinkle, Clifford, 897 Shinkle, Eugene, 867 Shinkle, Peter, 826 Shinkle, Sarah Day, 826 Shinkle, Sarah Hughes, 826 Shinkle, Uriah, 205 Shinkle, Vincent, 446, 828 Shipp, George W., Sr., 762 Shires, James, 599 Shirley, Curtis E., 735, 979 Shirley, Franklin R., 404 S. H. Knox & Company, 343 Shockey, David, 778 Shoemaker, T. M., 807 Shonert, Genevieve Hancock, 827 Shonert, Grace Ridgway, 827 Shonert, Henry, 319 Shonert, Warren Jeff rey, Jr., 319, 827 Shonert, Warren Jeff rey, Sr., 319, 827 Shor, Charles, 285 Shor, S. David, 285 Shorey, Hiram, 772 Short, Roy, 938 Short Creek, 827 Shortway Bridge, 262, 548, 827, 948 Shotts, Jacob, 350 Shotwell, Elizabeth, 593 Shotwell, John, 593 Shotwell, William, 229, 485 Shoupe, Jack, 62 Shoupe, John, 64, 505 showboats, 418, 515, 516, 637, 687, 828, 978 Shreve, Henry M., 686, 689 Shriver, Henry A., 663 Shroufe, James, 904 Shulkers, Robert F., 512

Shultz, Christian, 229, 485 Shumate, L., Rev., 445 Shupe, Todd, 221 Shupert, J. W., 643 Shutt, Jacob D., 828 Shutt, J. D., 446, 807 Shuttlesworth, Fred, 524 Siebenthaler, Harold J., 174 Siebert, Wilbur, 25 Siefried, Christian, 661 Siegal, George, 533 Sieler, Glenn, Maj., 799 Siewers, Charles G., 828 Siewers, Rebecca Carpenter, 828 Siewers, Sarah M., 611, 657, 828, 970, 972 Silbermann, Gottfied, 718 Silcox, Pearl, 309 Silliman, Benjamin, 88 Silurian period, 393 Silver Grove, 828–29; Public Schools, 829–30 Silvers, Phil, 133 Simendinger, Mark, 894 Simeon, Carole, 715 Simmons, Delia Schofield, 830 Simmons, John, 24 Simmons, Maria, 569 Simmons, Robert, 830 Simmons, Robert C. “Bert,” 700–701, 830 Simon, Chinna, Rev., 575 Simon, Eliza Musselman, 825 Simon, Francis, 499, 825 Simon, Neil, 44 Simon, Paul, 76 Simon Kenton High School, 66, 274, 420, 463, 477, 503, 509, 587, 717, 812, 830; explosion, 830 Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge, 15, 152, 165, 437, 500, 596, 686, 830–31, 958 Simons, Mary Lou, 112 Simon the Trapper, 209 Simpson, Arnold Ray, 262, 831 Simpson, David, Rev., 445 Simpson, Elias T., 37 Simpson, Hannah, 395, 412 Simpson, James H., Col., 67, 192–93 Simpson, James, Jr., “Jim,” 8, 181, 831, 831 Simpson, James, Sr., 831 Simpson, Mary Jane “Molly” Denney, 37 Simpson, Richard, 164 Simpson, William M., 699 Simpson, Zetta West, 831 Simpson, Zona Pennington, 831 Simrall, A. G., 358 Simrall, Charles Barrington, 435, 436, 831–32 Simrall, John W. G., 831 Simrall, Susan Elizabeth, 435, 436 Sims, Jane, 231 Sims, Marcus, 4 Sims, Mark, 3 Sims, Ralph, 231 Sinatra, Frank, 202, 402, 517, 563, 640, 919

Sinclair, Catherine, 358 Sinclair, Harry, 538 Singer, Charles, 9 Singer, John, 9 Singer, Joseph, 9 Singer, Samuel R., 552, 553 Singleton, Ben, 968 Singleton, Ed, 824 Singleton, F. M., Rev., 446 Sinn, William E., Col., 733 Sinning, Edward C., Rev., 784 Sinton, David, 517 Sissle, Nobble, 487 Sisson, George M., Capt., 699 Sisson, Harriet, 280 Sisson, Henry, 699 Sisson, L. B., 699 Sisters of Divine Providence, 42, 149, 169, 329, 431, 576, 578, 634, 692, 693, 761, 778, 786, 795, 796, 797, 798, 832, 850, 876, 947 Sisters of Notre Dame, 91, 107, 193, 271, 681, 769, 775, 776, 777, 778, 785, 786, 790, 797, 832, 855, 876 Sisters of St. Benedict, 19, 93, 120, 169, 271, 286, 455, 465, 583, 674, 769, 776, 777, 781, 795, 796, 809, 833, 876, 916 Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker, 833 Siter, Henry A., 240 Skaggs, Ricky, 95, 367 skating rinks, 833–34, 865 Skiles, Jacob, 593 Skillman, John, 152 Skirvin, Absolam, 283, 690 Skirvin, John, Sr., 690 Skop, Mike, 466 Skotch, Edward, 980 Slater, Charles R., 308 Slaughter, Effie, 463 Slaughter, Lucy, 8 Slaughter, Matt, 8 Slaughter, Sony, 8–9 Slaughters, Nellie, 399 slavery, 834–37; abolitionists, 2–5; Anderson Slave Pen, 26–27; antislavery, 30–32; Baptists, 58; Boone Co., 837; Crosswhite, Adam, 251–52; Daly, Richard, 255; emancipationists, 301–3; Freedmen’s Bureau schools, 369–72; Freedmen’s Bureau, 369; Garner, Margaret, 387; Gaunt, Wheeling, 389–90; Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum, 433; in Newport, 651; Kentucky Raid, 837–38; Mason-Dixon Line, 588; Mount Zion church schism, 636; Ohio River, 686; Presbyterians, 732–33; Underground Railroad, 899–905 Slayback, Beulah, 249 Sleet, G. W., 7 Sleet, Robert, 7 Sleet, Weedon C., 699 Sleet, Wil, 3 Slip Up, 838

Sloane, Rush R., 24 Slocum, Joe T., 698 Smartt, Rudy D., 802 Smiley, Jane, 837 Smiley, Red, 95 Smith, Albert Clarence, Lt. Col., 120, 559, 838, 967 Smith, Andrew, 359 Smith, Benjamin, 17, 39 Smith, Benjamin Bosworth, Right Rev., 369, 645, 911 Smith, Billy Ray, 367 Smith, Burton, 516 Smith, Catherine P., 154 Smith, Charles, 46 Smith, Chick, 62, 258 Smith, Dandy Harry, 25 Smith, D. Griffith, 319 Smith, Donald H., 213 Smith, Edmund Kirby, Gen., 44, 150, 188–89, 190, 313, 352, 722 Smith, Edward Jackson, Capt., 79 Smith, Edward, Rev., 9, 814 Smith, E. H., 288 Smith, Elizabeth Conwell, 964 Smith, Elizabeth Louis Clay, 838 Smith, Ella, 247 Smith, Elza, 839 Smith, Ernest Carol, 164 Smith, Evan Forest, 838 Smith, Fred, 889 Smith, Gabriel, 24, 901 Smith, George A., 722 Smith, George T., 753 Smith, George W., 839 Smith, Gerrit, 2 Smith, Giles A., 839 Smith, Grant, 572 Smith, Green Clay, Gen., 216, 752, 838, 922 Smith, Harold H., 844 Smith, Harriet, 264 Smith, Herbert Lee “Hub,” 649, 839 Smith, Hyrum, 178 Smith, James, 231, 603, 776, 963 Smith, Jane, 103 Smith, Jerry, 839 Smith, J. L. Kirby, Col., 193 Smith, John, 930 Smith, Johnny Marston, 839 Smith, John Speed, 838 Smith, Joseph, 178 Smith, Josephine, 557 Smith, Karen, 72 Smith, Kirby, Gen., 190, 342, 511 Smith, Larry, 232 Smith, Lavinia Jane, 711 Smith, Louisa, 845 Smith, Mamie, 97 Smith, Mary Etta Power, 967 Smith, Maude Karsner, 838 Smith, Maybelle, 136, 487 Smith, M. D., 389 Smith, Morgan Lewis, Brig. Gen., 839 Smith, Peggy, 72 Smith, Price, Rev., 122 Smith, Ray, 72 Smith, Raymond, 76

INDEX Smith, Richard, 673 Smith, Richie Kyles, 622 Smith, Robert, 87 Smith, Robert Eugene, 182 Smith, Robin P., Rev., 890 Smith, Samuel, Rev., 574 Smith, Sarah McKinney, 839 Smith, Sawyer A., 499, 839 Smith, Susan Ora, 839 Smith, Thomas, 4 Smith, Timothy, 985 Smith, Vincent, 390 Smith, W. Carl, 635 Smith, William, 497 Smith, William, Capt., 801 Smith, William L., 551 Smith, Will, Rev., 872 Smock, Fred, 985 Smoot, Henry, 975 Smoot, William E., 975 Smythe, William S., Rev., 938 Sneed, Jane, 811 Snell, Cliff, 398 Snodgrass, Jack, 263 Snow, Robert, 824 Snow, Robert E., 295 Snowden, C. D., Rev., 890 Snow’s Pond, 102, 350, 352, 757, 839 Snyder, Gene (Marion Gene), 132, 219, 220, 262, 548, 748, 839. See also Gene Snyder Airport Snyder, John, 713 Snyder, Lois E., 839 Snyder, Marion Gustavus, 839 Snyder, Shirley, 279 Snyder, William T., 273, 488, 713 Social Awareness Committee (Newport Ministerial Association), 661 Socialist Party, 839–40 Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 122, 715, 840–41 Soderbergh, Steven, 202 Sodowsky, Jacob, 394 Sodwosky, Johann, 394 softball, 64–65 Soltis, Albert, 623 Somerset Hall, 589, 841 Sommer, Joe, 62 Sommerkamp, Paul, 985 Sonam, Geshe Jinpa, 127 Sorbo, Kevin, 719 Sorrell, Orville, 309 Sousa, John Philip, 431, 596, 937 Souter, David, 662 Southard, Edna, 607 Southard, James, 190, 191, 397 Southard, John, 190 Southard, Samuel, 359 Southard, William, 190 Southbank Partners, 527, 841–42 Southern Railway, 8, 179, 181, 248, 726, 744, 746, 807, 842, 961 Southgate, 842; Independent Schools, 187, 844–45; United Methodist Church, 846 Southgate, Aileen Brown, 465 Southgate, Ann, 820, 843 Southgate, Bernard, 842

Southgate, Eleanor Fleming, 842 Southgate, E. L., Rev., 282 Southgate, Frank H., 847 Southgate, George Maris, 842 Southgate, James M., 48 Southgate, Laura, 413 Southgate, Louise, 90, 105, 505, 611, 828, 842–43, 870, 878, 888, 970, 972 Southgate, Marie Jane, 436 Southgate, Mary, 48 Southgate, Mary Lush, 843 Southgate, Nancy Hinde, 820 Southgate, Richard, 82, 144, 240, 313, 386, 436, 505, 652, 663, 668, 820, 842, 843, 870, 919 Southgate, William Wright, 39, 179, 216, 386, 413, 436, 554, 843 Southgate, Wright, Capt., 843 Southgate House, 240, 843, 843–44 Southgate St. School, 6, 11, 460, 651, 760, 845 South Hills, 846 Spacek, Sissy, 297 Spalding, John L., 576 Spalding, Martin John, 777, 785, 786 Spanish American War: National Guard, 644, 914 Sparks, G. S., 624 Sparks, Henry, Col., 624, 846 Sparks, W. A., 231 Sparta, 846–47 Spaulding, Ben, 898 Spaulding, Lloyd, 392 Spaulding, Walker W., 643 Spear, S. W., 962 Spears, Anne M., 244 Specter, Norman, 50 Speed, John, 31 Speers, Elizabeth, 611, 847 Speers Memorial Hospital, 105, 107, 156, 258, 420, 463, 611, 672, 680, 779, 847–48, 858, 923 Spegal, George, 164 Spelman, Marian, 492 Spence, Brent, 82, 115, 116, 179, 218, 219, 262, 272, 277, 313, 440, 463, 505, 522, 649, 848, 909, 913, 930. See also Brent Spence Bridge Spence, K., 639 Spence, Philip Brent, Col., 115, 848 Spence, Virginia Berry, 82, 848 Spencer, Barnet, 872 Spencer, Earl, 324 Spencer, Edward, 872 Spencer, Jawanna, 675 Spencer, John, 872 Spencer, Joseph, 872 Spenny, Lorin L., Rev., 405 Spenser, Catherine, 643 Sperti, Caroline Speri, 848 Sperti, George A., 848 Sperti, George Speri, 848 Sphar, A. C., 598, 849 Sphar, Elizabeth D., 598 Sphar, E. S., 849 Sphar Brick Company, 118, 849

Spicer, Emily Milly, 307, 965 Spicer, Thomas A., 979 Spiegel, Dennis, 842 Spille, Joseph, 916 Spillman, F. M., 335 Spillman, Henry, 189 Spillman, W. W., 81 Spilman, Francis “Frank,” 17, 69, 144, 849 Spilman, James, 339 Spilman, Rebecca, 69, 849 Spinks, Charles, 551 Spinks, Edward, 551 Spinks, T. W., 551 Spitzelberger, Lawrence, Rev., 474, 786, 790 Spivey, Tom Sawyer, 199 Split Rock, 403 Split Rock Conservation Park, 100, 849 Sporing, E. F., 845 sports. See athletes/athletics Spotswood, Alexander, 125 Spradling, Washington, 31 Spratt, Joe, 435 Spring, Emily, 522 Springelmeyer, Robert, 916 Springer, Frank, 612 Sprinkle, M. K. “Otto,” 124 Spurlock, H. L., 732 Squiresville, 849 S. S. Kresge Company, 235, 343, 343–44 Stady, L., 524 Staengle, Fred W., 846 Staffordsburg, 849–50 Stagg, George T., 161 Staggenborg, Gus, 273 Stained Glass Theatre, 798, 850 Stallmeyer, Margaret, 832, 850, 877 Stallmeyer, Robert T., 850 Stallmeyer, Ruth Newman, 850 Stamper, Pleasant, 258 Stanbery, Henry, 360, 361, 447, 850 Stanbery, Jonas, 850 Stanchina, W. J., 415 Standiford, Michah, 960 Standifur, Trisch, 131 Stanley, Augustus O., 30, 758 Stanley, Beuford Elwood, 299, 850–51 Stanley, Dennis E., 299, 851 Stanley, Douglas R., 299, 851 Stanley, Elizabeth Ellen Lawrence, 850 Stanley, Frances Clinkscales, 299 Stanley, Michael, 851 Stanley, Patrick M., 299, 851 Stanley, Ralph, 95 Stanley, Sally Howell, 155 Stanley, William Michael, 288, 299, 417 Stanley, William Saul, 850 Stansbury, Lida, 766 Stansifer, Abram, 425, 906 Stansifer, John, 307 Stanton, Edmund, 9 Stanton, Edwin M., 165 Stanton, Harriet Perry, 851

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Stanton, Henry Thomas, 556, 557, 596, 851 Stanton, James W., 589 Stanton, Richard, 851 Stanton, Richard H., 216, 229, 452, 851 Stanton, Richard Henry, 851 Stanwood, James B., 464 Stanwyck, Barbara, 770 Starbuck, Calvin W., 517 Stark, Alvin, 890 Starr, Kay, 204 Staverman, Larry Joseph, 66, 221, 851 Staverman, Loretta Siemer, 851 Staverman, Matthew, 851 Steadman, Nathan R., 899 steamboats, 686, 712, 742, 761–62, 851–52, 907 Stearns, Stubal, 31 Steele, Marlene Von Handorf, 603 Steele, Theophilus, Maj., 962 steel manufacturing, 480–82 Steely, Glen, 55 Steely, Will Frank, 174, 677, 678 Steers, Hugh, 905 Steffen, Pete, 149 Stegeman, J. H., 922 Steger, O. J., Rev., 445 Steichen, Edward, 469 Steiger, Rod, 520 Steigerwald, Ray, 107 Stein, Kathy, 390 Steinbeck, John, 420 Steinbrunner, John, 861 Steine, D. H., 205 Steiner, Ferris, 718 Steiner, Louis, 237 Steinfeldt, Charlotte Todd, 852 Steinfeldt, Harry, 852 Steinfeldt, Harry Albert, 62, 852–53 Steinford, Anna Casselman, 853 Steinford, Charles G., 853 Steinford, George, 853 Steinford, Rosalyn “Rose,” 853 Steinmetz, William, 144, 609 Stengel, Casey, 61, 64, 596 Stephens, Benjamin, 853 Stephens, Cliff, 742–43 Stephens, Dorothy Waller, 853 Stephens, Henry, 670 Stephens, H. P., 509 Stephens, J. L., 481 Stephens, John, 352 Stephens, Leonard, Gen., 351, 853 Stephens, Lib, 742–43 Stephens, Margaret, 749 Stephens, Pete, 749 Stephens, Robert Francis, 439, 569, 853–54 Stephens, T. Byron, 338 Stephens, Thomas, 718 Stephenson, Arthur, 912 Stephenson, Delphia, 648, 912 Stephenson, John, 262 Stephenson, Jonas, 541 Stephenson, Lionel E., 554 Stephenson, Robert, 916 Stephenson, Zaddock, 648, 912

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Sterne, Henry, 225 Sterrett, Chester, 510 Sterrett, Jane Eliza, 925 Stetson, John, 733 Stetter, George, 357, 485 Stetter, Marguerite, 140 Stevens, Benjamin, 3, 24, 252 Stevens, George W., 175, 829 Stevens, John, 17, 554, 948 Stevens, J. W., 165 Stevens, Stephen, 3 Stevens, Stephen C., 900 Stevenson, Alice, 879 Stevenson, Andrew, 854 Stevenson, J. E., 184 Stevenson, J. M., 121 Stevenson, John E., 430 Stevenson, John H., 879 Stevenson, John White, 8, 39, 100, 125, 154, 210, 216, 263, 309, 406, 413, 476, 489, 505, 642, 685, 711, 854, 890, 903 Stevenson, Katherine Elizabeth, 879 Stevenson, Mary White, 210, 854 Stevenson, Sally Coles, 210 Stevenson, Sarah, 938 Stevenson, Thomas, 879, 938 Stevenson, Thomas B., 952 Stevie, Joe, 411 Stevie, John A., 954 Stevie, Susan Louise, 859 Stevie’s Clubhouse, 411 Stewart, Alexander W., 256 Stewart, A. T., 497 Stewart, Bill, 951 Stewart, D. L., 497 Stewart, Donna G., 736 Stewart, Grace, 453 Stewart, H. V., 159 Stewart, James, 899 Stewart, J. W., 497 Stewart, Richard C. “R. C.,” Jr., 61, 239, 854, 855 Stewart, Richard C. “R. C.,” Sr., 854, 855 Stewart, Robert, 541 Stewart, Sarah, 433 Stewart, Stanley M., 354, 855 Stewart, Thomas, 854 Stewart, Wallace A., 854, 855 Stewart, Walter, 927 Stewart, William, 889–90, 927 Stewart Iron Works, 61, 239, 354, 384, 391, 481, 510, 574, 854–55 Stewartsville, 855 Stickrath, David C., 489 Stickrath, Emma, 489 Stiefvater, Constantine, 111 Still, Valerie, 124 Stillwell, William, 229, 485–86 Stilwell, Joseph, Lt. Gen., 12 Stimson, Henry L., 11 Stine, F. A., 412 Stine, Fred A., IV, 178 Stine, Katie Kratz, 753 Stinson, Larry, 364 Stith, Bill, 76 Stith, Jesse, 718 Stith, Susan, 718

Stivers, Betty, 916 Stober, Henry Bernard, Rev., 855–56, 976 Stober, Martin, 855 Stober, Philomena Luhn, 855 Stock, Beate, 875 Stockton, W. N., 849 Stoghill, John S., 1st Lt., 699 Stokes, Benjamin, 904 Stone, Barton W., 144, 272, 929 Stone, Edward, 835 Stone, George, 66 Stone, James K., 412, 806 Stone, Ken, 415 Stone, Lydia, 497 Stone, Maggie, 814 Stone, Melissa, 66 Stone, Ned, 252 Stone, Sharon, 469 Stone, T. K., 159 Stone, Washington, 814 Stone, William J., 406 Stoneking, Paul, Rev., 40 Stoner, Ben, 174 Storck, John Philip, Rev., 785 Storer, Belamy, 4, 484 Storer, Fern, 485 Storer, Sheldon, 485 Storm, Blaze, 133 Storrs, H. M., Rev., 4 Story, George W., Lt., 699 Story, Jack, 977 Stout, J. R., 979 Stout, Mary, 18 Stout, Virginia, 409 Stowe, Calvin, 4 Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 4, 387, 444, 518, 519, 556, 733, 835, 836, 837, 910, 935. See also Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum Stowkowski, Leopold, 263 Strader, Johannes, 394 Strader, John, 719 Straeter, Johannes, 394 Strait, George, 464 Strauch, Adolph, 446 Straus, Simon, 265 Strayhorn, Billy, 487 Streber, Leander, Rev., 785 Streck, Leo, Rev., 93, 876 streetcars, 63, 89, 106, 234, 258, 275, 311, 358, 447, 478, 546, 856–57, 950 Streeter, James, 815 Stretz, Christina, 202 Stricker, Charles, 634 Stricker, Jerome A., 181 Stricker, Jerry, 263 Stricker, Mary J., 602 Stricklett, Alfred E., 238 Strief, George, 62 Stringfellow, Jane, 159 Stringtown: Boone Co., 857; Grant Co., 857 Stringtown on the Pike, 772, 857 Striplin, James M., 541 Strode, J. T., 231 Stroebel, C. R., 654

Stroik, Duncan, 19 Strong, Zebulon, 4 Stroube, N. J., 425 Strubel, Edward, 631, 640, 857–58 Strubel, Gertrude, 857 Struewing, Harry, 747 Stuart, J. M., 732 Stuart, John, 99 Stubblefield, George, 125 Stubblefield, Nathan B., 743 Stubbs, Robert, Rev., 79, 652–53, 869 Stuck, Henry, 350 Stuflesser, Ferdinando, 167 Stuman, Nancy, 247 Stumpf, Frau, 719 Stuntebck, Ralph “Pete,” 409 Sturrock, Peter, 905 substance abuse treatment, 631, 858; Alcoholics Anonymous, 16; Transitions Inc., 887 Sudduth, Charles, 859 Sudduth, Horace S., 5, 496, 553, 859 Sudduth, Mattie Lee Howard, 859 Sudduth, Melvina, 496 Sugar Grove Plantation, 131, 716, 859 Sugartit, 427, 627 Sule, Elsa, 872 Sullivan, John, 307 Sullivan, John L., 106, 937 Sullivan, Julian Mark, 655 Sullivan, Penelope Wingate, 307, 965 Sullivan, Thomas, 609 Sullivan, Walter, 819 Sully, Thomas, 38, 228 Sultan, Daniel, Lt. Gen., 12 Summe, Charles, 254 Summe, Gregory Louis, 859 Summe, James, 859 Summe, Joseph L., 860 Summe, Kathleen “Kit” Maguire, 860 Summe, Mary McQueen, 859 Summe, Patricia Mary, 860, 970 Summers, David Clarke, 860 Summers, Fran P. Garrison, 860 Summers, Hazel Holmes, 860 Summers, Hollis Spurgeon, III, 860 Summers, Hollis Spurgeon, Jr., 557, 860 Summers, Hollis Spurgeon, Sr., 860 Summers, Jane Roberta Whatley, 860, 970 Summers, Joseph H., Sr., 860 Summers, Ronald W., Rev., 776 Summers, Scott Patrick, 860–61 Summers, Wade, 860 Summit Hills Golf and Country Club, 254, 294, 408, 532, 685, 861, 969 Sunday Challenger, 664 Sun Valley, 41 Surber, Dave, 550 Surface, John, 427 Surtees, Bruce, 861 Surtees, Elizabeth R. Sayers, 861 Surtees, James D., 861

Surtees, Maydell, 861 Surtees, Robert Lee, 329, 861 Susong, Bruce I., 514 Suter, A. B., 978 Sutherland, Lois Ogden, 862 Sutherland, William “Bill,” 862 Sutphin, Stuart P., III, 204 Sutton, Anna, 847 Sutton, Thomas, 606 Svendson, Charles, 790 Swain, Ben, 31 Swain, W. H., 190 Swango, William, 846 Swan Restaurant, 411 Swartz, Irving, 940 Sweeney, Bill, 637 Sweeney, Joe, 25 Sweeney, John, 106 Sweeney, John M., 862 Sweeney, Mary Knagge, 862 Sweeney, Mike, Rev., 537 Sweeney, William John “Bill,” 862 Sweet, Katherine Marie “Katie,” 862 Sweet Owen, 695, 862 Swift, Alexander, 28, 663 Swinford, Clarence, 114 Swinford, Mac, 232 Swint, John, 533 Switzer, Noah, 977 Swope, Martha Ann, 196–97 Swope, Samuel Franklin, 216, 317, 523, 524, 751, 862–63 Sydell, Rose, 133 Sykes, Roosevelt, 97 Symmes, John Cleves, 859 Symon, Prower, 399 synagogues, 489, 863–64 Taaffee, James J., Rev., 784, 798 Tabb, Jack, 370 Tabb, John “Jack,” 904 Tabb, Langhorn, Sr., 279 Tackett, Bettye, 417 Tackett’s Mill, 865 Tacoma Park, 25, 106, 258, 272, 282, 451, 687, 688, 834, 865 Taft, Alphonso, 518, 519 Taft, Billy Howard, 61 Taft, Charles P., 275 Taft, Charles Phelps, 517, 518 Taft, Hulbert, 517, 518 Taft, William Howard, 23, 123, 232, 519, 570, 926 Talber, William, 390 Talbert, Henson, Rev., 813 Taliaferro, Alice, 447 Taliaferro, Diana, 70 Taliaferro, Julia Maria, 878 Taliaferro, Phil, 70, 355 Taliaferro, Richard, 364 Taliaferro, T. F., 214 Taliaferro, William N., 363, 447 Taliaferro, William Richard, 361 Taliaferro, William T., 111 Talley, James E., 12 Tandrop, U. C., 166 Tandy, Amanda, 802 Tandy, James Bledsoe, 398 Tandy, Lou, 305

INDEX Tannehill, Jesse Niles, 62, 258, 865–66 Tannehill, Lee Ford, 62, 258, 865–66 Tannehill Brothers, 62, 258, 865–66 Tanner, Edward, 867 Tanner, Ephraim, 459 Tanner, H. S., 378, 927–28 Tanner, Johannes, 394 Tanner, John, 57, 102, 712, 867, 869 Tanner, John, Jr., 867 Tanner, Lauretta Baker, 866 Tanner, Mary Ellen, 484, 487, 641, 866, 920 Tanner, Robert, 866 Tanner, Simeon, 459 Tanner, Susannah, 459 tanneries, 546, 866 Tanner’s Station, 57, 867 Tappan, Arthur, 2 Tappan, Lewis, 2, 303 Tappert, Henry, Rev., 440, 630, 640, 857, 867 Tappert, William, 630, 783, 867 Tarleton, Caleb, 122 Tarrant, Carter, 31, 302, 379 Tarvin, Eliza Pryor, 867 Tarvin, George C., 262, 653 Tarvin, Henry, 867 Tarvin, James P., 244, 419, 825, 867 Tarvin, James Pryor, 100 Tarvin, J. W. Belt, 867 Tarvin, Louella Belt, 867 Tarvin, Verna, 495 Tate, Robert S., 91 Taulman, James E., 360 Taylor, Alice Thornton, 82, 848 Taylor, Ann Hubbard, 868 Taylor, A. O., 264 Taylor, Asa, 867–68, 869 Taylor, Betty Washington, 485 Taylor, Constantia H., 552 Taylor, Edmond, 361 Taylor, Elma, 717 Taylor, Forest, 76 Taylor, Francis, 32, 518 Taylor, Hannah Bradford Calvert, 869 Taylor, Hubbard, 485, 639, 651 Taylor, Hubbard, Sr., 868 Taylor, James, 141, 505 Taylor, James, III, 1, 357, 461, 485, 497, 578, 634, 868, 869, 870 Taylor, James, Jr., Gen., 1, 6, 17, 56, 57, 77, 82, 83, 128, 144, 155, 178, 206, 210, 229, 257, 279, 313, 368, 425, 441, 452–53, 461, 485, 497, 536, 544, 548, 578, 634, 639, 647, 651, 652, 654, 657, 784, 793, 829, 848, 868, 869–70, 878, 879, 909, 931, 948, 964, 972, 974. See also James Taylor Mansion; James Taylor Narrative Taylor, James Madison, 868 Taylor, James, Sr., Col., 210, 229, 485, 639, 651, 720, 868, 974 Taylor, Jarvis, Rev., 39 Taylor, John, 3, 130, 869, 899 Taylor, John B., 485, 936

Taylor, John, Rev., 247, 867 Taylor, Joseph, 162 Taylor, Keturah Moss Leitch, 206, 313, 368, 544, 548, 868, 869, 869, 970 Taylor, Lawrence, 701 Taylor, Lazarus, 869 Taylor, Letty, 867 Taylor, Lucy, 1, 793 Taylor, Martha Ann, 782 Taylor, Mary Alice, 879 Taylor, Mary Keturah, 497, 634, 635, 972 Taylor, Maxwell, Gen., 453 Taylor, Mayo, 309, 879 Taylor, P. Ennis, Rev., 575 Taylor, Ralph L., 154 Taylor, Reuben, 18 Taylor, Richard, 557 Taylor, Richard (author), 985 Taylor, Richard, Gen., 150, 485 Taylor, Robert, 353, 485, 625 Taylor, William A., 533 Taylor, William S., 406 Taylor, Wrenda, 944 Taylor, Zachary, Gen., 70, 73, 128, 137, 253, 278, 281, 378, 443, 485, 495, 585, 617, 654, 657, 843, 868, 869, 879, 935, 964 Taylor Mill, 548, 869–70 Taylor’s Bottoms, 65, 77, 314, 551, 657, 870, 939, 963 Taylor-Southgate Bridge, 173, 527, 686, 870 Taylorsport, 870 Teagarden, William, 425 Tebelman, Gerhard, 916 Tecumseh, 53, 503 telegraph, 871 telephone, 871–72 Temple, J. J., Rev., 369 Temple of Israel, 863 Templeton, Linsey, 34 Ten-Eyck, Sidney Deforest, 872 Tenhundfeld, Paul, 795 Tenkotte, Paul, 630 Ten Mile Association, 58 Ten Mile Baptist Church, 57, 404, 872 Tennis, John, Capt., 59 Teresita, 873 Terrell, Walt, 63 Terrell, W. G., 642 Terrill, John, 713 Terry, Ruse Wilder, 449 Terry, Wilson Edgar, 449 Tesseneer, Ralph, 677, 678 Tevis, Anna Elizabeth Bacon, 873 Tevis, Joshua, Col., 318 Tevis, Walter, 556 Tevis, Walter Stone, Jr., 873 Tevis, Walter Stone, Sr., 873 Tewell, Elrod, 718 Tewell, Frances, 718 Tewell, James Elrod, 718 Tewes, Daniel N., 873 Tewes, John Henry, Sr., 873 Tewes, John H., Jr., 873 Tewes, Mary Ratterman, 873

Tewes, Robert A., 873 Tewes Poultry, 873 Tewes poultry farm, 507 textiles, 873–74 Textor, George, 62 Thacker, Thomas Porter, 66, 874 Thacker, Velma M. Arvin, 874 Thacker, William T., 874 Thai, Thomas Vu Minh, 41 Tharp, Charles “Charlie,” 865, 977 Thayer, Eli, 33 Theis, Mary Catherine, 132 Theissen, Helen McNeeve, 167, 479, 874–75, 970 Theissen, Mark A., 875 Theobald, Griffi n, 283 Theobald, James, 283, 443 Theodore M. Berry Way, 492 Th iemann, Ernst, 794 Th iemann, Frank, 468 Th iemann, Fred, 468 Th iemman, C. Fred, 794 Th ien, Gerhard, 875 Th ien, Gesina Gerdes, 875 Th ien, Herbert, Rev., 790, 875 Th ien, Wenceslaus, 38, 237, 630, 875 Th ien, William, 532 Thobe, Jack, 66 Thobe, J. J., 62 Thobe, John, 840 Thobe, Tom, 62 Thomas, Albert, 300 Thomas, Calvin W., 517 Thomas, Elizabeth, 695 Thomas, Eugene “Gene,” 316 Thomas, Fred, 309 Thomas, Gene, 152 Thomas, George, 316 Thomas, George Henry, Gen., 10, 361, 876 Thomas, George M., 217 Thomas, G. J., 598 Thomas, Isaiah, 229, 974 Thomas, John, 847, 897 Thomas, Lorenzo, Adj. Gen., 10 Thomas, Lowell, 973 Thomas, Norma Schlueter, 316 Thomas, Shirley, 723 Thomas, Thurston, 903 Thomas, Twana, 139 Thomas, William, 592 Thomas C. Thompson Company of Chicago, 303–4 Thomas More College, 56, 64, 65, 172, 259, 354, 389, 409, 429, 449, 463, 480, 498, 508, 522, 535, 581, 623, 677, 769, 781, 808, 819, 832, 833, 848, 850, 876–77, 919; cancer research, 150 Thomasson, William, 216 Thome, Arthur, 31, 302, 822, 877, 902 Thome, James, 822 Thome, James Armstrong, Rev., 4, 44, 877, 902 Thompson, Arthur, 283 Thompson, Charles, 486 Thompson, Eddie, 107 Thompson, Ed Porter, 356, 563, 695

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Thompson, Edwin Porter, 433, 877–78 Thompson, Gene, 95 Thompson, George, 550 Thompson, George T., 425 Thompson, Herman Q., 752 Thompson, Isaiah, 938 Thompson, James, 878 Thompson, J. E., 426, 807 Thompson, John Taliaferro “Tommy Gun,” Brig. Gen., 144, 844, 878 Thompson, Julia, 844 Thompson, Julia Maria Taliaferro, 844 Thompson, Juliet Robinson, 878 Thompson, J. W., 807 Thompson, J. Walter, 985 Thompson, Lawson, 737 Thompson, Lewis M., 877 Thompson, Marcella, 878 Thompson, Marcellus Hagens, 878 Thompson, Mary R., 877 Thompson, Mason, 3 Thompson, Richard W., 647 Thompson, R. W., 807 Thompson, Thomas C., 303 Thompson, Thomas T., 857 Thompson, William, 593, 899, 901 Thompson, William E., 3, 4 Thoney, Jack, 62–63 Thoney, Robert, 865 Thoreau, Henry David, 465 Thornberry, B. B., 930 Thornhill, Barbara Comer, 211 Thorn Hill Drag Strip, 81, 878 Thornton, Catherine Presley, 430 Thornton, Charles, 658 Thornton, Hiram, 165 Thornton, Isaac, Rev., 825 Thornton, James, 894 Thornton, Laura, 825 Thornton, R. W., 847 Thorp, Abner, 561 Thorp, T. C., 560, 561 Thorpe, Frank, 225 Thorpe, Julia, 611 Th racher, Aaron, 264 Th rasher, Joh, 964 Th ree-L Highway, 56, 81, 274, 810, 878 Th relkeld, James, 628 Th relkeld, William F., 288 Th roop, Asenath, 851 Thuener, Domitilla, 833, 876 Thurman, J. Strom, 262 Tibbatts, Ann Taylor, 868, 869, 870, 879 Tibbatts, John Wooleston, 216, 229, 441, 452, 617, 668, 878–79, 974 Tibbatts, Keturah, 452 Tibbitts, Henry C., 258 Tichenor, James I., 310 Tieman, Dan, 66 Tieman, Roger, 66 Tieman, William, 335 Tiemann, William, 258 Tiffi n, Edward, 503 Tiller, Benjamin, Rev., 932

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Tillman, Carl, Rev., 582 Tillman, William H., 376 Tillman, William J., 235 Tilton, James, 706 Timberlake, Alice Elizabeth, 879 Timberlake, Bettie Stevenson, 429 Timberlake, Henry, 77 Timberlake, Sophie Berry, 879 Timberlake, William Thornton, Maj., 13, 307, 879 Timberlake House, 307, 879 Timofeev, Valeri, 304 Timon, Betty, 259 Tinker, William, 229 Tinneman, Frank, 794 Tinsley, Herbert, 889 Tinsley, T. Herbert, Rev., 932–33 Titus, Parvin, 808 tobacco, 12, 14, 44, 387, 391, 413, 432, 507, 586, 596, 601, 624, 695, 756, 765, 879–80, 964, 966. See also white burley tobacco; Maysville: tobacco warehouses; Night Riders Tod, David, 189 Todd, Eliza, 137 Todd, Hattie, 552 Todd, John, 302, 610 Todd, John, Col., 96 Todd, John, Jr., 720 Todd, Robert, Gen., 137 Todd, Robert Smith, Col., 843 Todd, Samuel, 899 Toebbe, Augustus M., 122, 270, 473, 576, 577, 769, 775, 776, 777, 786, 787, 790, 795, 796, 798, 832 Toebben, Matthew, 129 Toland, Gregg, 861 Toliver, Edmund, 899 Tom Cody’s Farm, 411 Tomlin, Asa, 907 Tomlin, Christian, 283, 690 Tomlin, Christian, Rev., 827, 907 Tomlin, Dave, 63, 64 Tomlin, J., 907 Tomlin, John G., 912 Tomlin, W., 907 Tomlinson, Harold, 160 Tomlinson, Joseph S., 43, 46, 366, 636 Tomlinson, J. W., 897 Tom Mix Circus, 278 Toner, William, 249 Toney, John Edward, 881 Toney, Mattie Wells, 881 Toney, Samuel, 881 tools, 573 Toon, Thomas V., 497 Topete, Pascual Cervera y, 362 Topmiller, Bill, 355 Topmiller, Charles, 980 Tormé, Mel, 920 tornadoes, 131, 238, 630, 646, 850, 879, 881–82, 928, 941 Tosso, Dona Maria Grat, 882 Tosso, Don Carlos, 882 Tosso, Joseph, 479, 535, 640

Tosso, Joseph Anguel Augustin, 882 Toulmin, Harry, 937 Tousey, Catherine, 882–83 Tousey, Erastus, 668, 882–83 Tousey House, 882–83 Tower, P. F., Rev., 883 Towers, Catherine Lyons, 245 Towers, Edward, Col., 2 Tower United Methodist Church, 883 townball, 64, 512, 883 Townsend, Francis, 3 Townsend, John Wilson, 454, 557 Towson, Gayle, 924 Toyota North America, 41, 227, 676, 884 toys, 536, 884–85 Trabue, Stephen F. J., 523 Tracy, Frank M., 384, 885 Tracy, Julia Aylward, 885 Tracy, Patrick, 885 Tracy, Steven, 97 traffic, 885–86 Traina, Frank J., 34 Trankler, Jeremiah, 214 TransCare, 672 Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK), 94, 236, 276–77, 423, 472, 492, 670, 760, 841, 857, 886–87 Transitions Inc., 858, 887 TransKentucky Transportation Railroad Inc., 566, 597, 887–88 transparent pie, 888 transportation, 15–16; AA Highway, 1; America (steamboat), 20; Amtrak, 24; Augusta Ferry, 46; aviation accidents, 50–51; Banklick Turnpike Company, 56; BB Riverboats, 69; Benton Station, 81; boatyards, 98; Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport, 179–81; Covington and Lexington Turnpike, 237–38; Dixie Highway, 274–75; Dixie Terminal, 275–76; Dixie Traction Company, 276; expressways, 314–15; ferries, 324–29; Green Line Company, 422; Kentucky River, 515–16; Licking River navigation, 549; Mark F. Donaghy, 276–77; Mary Ingles Highway, 582–83; Maysville and Lexington Turnpike, 597–98; Northern Kentucky Transit Inc., 675; Ohio River navigation, 688–89; OKI, 689–90; Ortner Freight Car Company, 692; railroads, 745–46; river trade, 761–62; shantyboats, 821–22; streetcars, 856–57; Th ree-L Highway, 878; traffic, 885–86; Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK), 886–87; turnpikes, Campbell Co., 896; Twelve Mile

Turnpike, 897; U.S. 127, 909; U.S. 27, 909; Virginia Bennett, 79–80. See also railroads Tranter, Charles, 481 Tranter, James, 481, 950 Trapp, John, 663, 847 Trask, John, 29 Trask, Louisa Clark, 621 Trauth, lara Stephany, 254 Trauth, Louis, 254 Trauth, Louis J., 888 Trauth Dairy, 151, 254, 637, 746, 888, 948 Travers, Delilah, 39 Travis, Janet, 678 Travis, Merle, 104, 230, 951 Travis, Randy, 464 Travolta, John, 230, 469 Treadwell, Oscar, 487, 920, 968 Trenkamp, Joseph, 563 Tretter, Dorothy “Dolly,” 872 Trigg, Stephen, Col., 96, 720 Trimble, Carol Ann, 889 Trimble, Eliza Porter, 889 Trimble, Elzene Miller, 238, 889 Trimble, Guy Lee, 889 Trimble, John, 889 Trimble, Josephine Crump, 889 Trimble, Kate, 919 Trimble, Mary Barlow, 82, 888, 889, 970, 972, 975 Trimble, Robert, 888–89, 975 Trimble, South, 217 Trimble, Vance Henry, 238, 287, 510, 514, 542, 665, 889, 947 Trimble, William, 888, 972 Trimble, William Wallace, 232, 888, 889, 975 Trinity Episcopal Church, 53, 91, 171, 185, 273, 307, 320, 435, 613, 629, 716, 723, 754, 756, 772, 793, 819, 830, 889–90, 910, 911, 966, 969 Trinity Lutheran Church, 571, 890 Triple Crown Country Club, 890 Tripler, Charles Stuart, Gen., 463, 611, 671, 890–91, 919 Trollope, Frances, 132, 300, 470 Tromble, Ralph, Rev., 446 Trotter, George, 284 Trout, Charles, 162 Troutman, Francis, 2, 252 truck farming, 254, 507, 891 True, Arnold Ellsworth, Read Adm., 429, 695, 698, 891–92 True, George William, 893 True, James Luther, 893 True, John White, 893 True, J. Scott, Col., 951 True, L. D., 891 True, Nannie, 891 True, Silas W., 893 True, Thelma Th relkeld, 589 True, Vernon “Scratch,” 893 Trueheart, Elizabeth, 197 Truesdale, Carrie, 571–72 Truesdale, Charles, 571 Truesdell, Charles, 571 Truesdell, Charles Benjamin, 143, 177, 450, 582, 750, 752, 892

Truesdell, Cynthia Anna Eplin, 892 Truesdell, Estella Josephine Ulmer, 892 Truesdell, Helen, 557, 892–93, 971 Truesdell, John E., 892 Truesdell, William H., 892 Truesdell, William M., 847 Truesville, 893 Truitt, Harold C., 338 Truman, Harry S., 570, 918 tuberculosis, 610, 631, 680, 825, 831, 893–94 Tucker, Elizabeth, 962 Tucker, Gilbert, 360 Tucker, John, 111 Tucker, Perry, 688 Tucker, Samuel, 200 Tucker, Sophie, 268 Tucker, William, 962 Tuemler, Paul, 392 Tully, Wesley, 961 Tully, William, 914 Tungate, Asa, 283, 690 Tungate, Samuel, 961 Tunis, N. C., 962 Tupman, Francis S., 627 Tureman, Nancy, 247 Turfway Park Racecourse, 7, 170, 461, 894–95 Turner, Abraham, 895 Turner, Ann, 937 Turner, Ellen McIntosh, 895 Turner, Emma Munday, 895 Turner, Hershel, 355 Turner, Jack, 355 Turner, James Franklin, 895 Turner, John, 66, 657 Turner, John W., 895 Turner, J. T., 228 Turner, Lana, 615 Turner, Lige, 895 Turner, Matthew L., 534 Turner, Nat Rebellion, 31 Turner, Reuben, 706 Turner, Ron, 478, 550, 753 Turner, Sofa Jane Rose, 895 Turner, Ted, 434 Turner, Ulys R. “Red,” 895 Turner, Zeb, 230 Turner, Zeke, 230 Turner Ridge Baptist Church, 297, 895–96 turnpikes, Campbell Co., 228, 896 Turpin, Mary Ellen, 119, 138 Turpin, Philip, 138 Tuttle, Mary, 452 Tuttle, Moses, Capt., 452 Tuttle, Peter, 376 Tuttle, William, 452 Twachtman, John Henry, 286, 287, 322 Twain, Mark. See Clemens, Samuel Twehues, Paul, 182, 662 Twelve Mile, 426 Twelve Mile Turnpike, 80, 582, 896, 897 Twin Eagle Wildlife Area, 957 Twin Oaks Golf Course, 133, 183, 408, 897

INDEX Twin Valley, 897–98 Tyehimba, Shaka, 670 Tyler, Carolyn, Rev., 674 Tyler, John, 173 Uebel, Pat, 356, 965 UFOs, 905 Uncle Elias, 31 Uncle Simon, 31 Underground Railroad: abolitionists, 1–4; antislavery, 32; Boone, Carroll, and Gallatin Counties, 899–901; Bracken Co., 902–3; Campbell and Kenton Counties, 903; Carneal, Thomas Davis, 155; Carroll Co., 157; Daly, Richard, 255; Elmwood Hall, Ludlow, 300; Fee, John G., 733; Fuller Brothers, 373–74; GanoSouthgate House, 386, 549; Garner, Margaret, 387; Gaunt., Wheeling, 389; Green, Elisha, 421; Hathaway, Henry, Jr., 435; Mason Co., 904; Maysville, 595, 601; National Underground Railroad Museum, 645; Paxton Inn, 704; Price, Jacob, 735; slavery, 835, 837–38; Somerset Hall, 841; Thome, James A., 877; Van Zandt, John, 910 Underhill, John, 58, 357 Underwood, John C., 31, 33 Underwood, Thomas, 219 Underwood, William, 120 Unger, Ephraim Solomon, 767 unidentified flying objects, 905 Union, 905–6 Union Light, Heat, and Power Company, 312 United Church of Christ, 906 United Ministries of Northern Kentucky, 311, 906–7 United States (steamboat), 20, 205, 380, 686, 907, 922 United States Playing Card Company (USPC), 907 Unity Baptist Church, 907 Upton, Helen Taylor, 888, 975 Urban Learning Center, 195, 365, 907 urban planning, 907–8 Urlage, Robert J., 778 U.S. 127, 909 U.S. 27, 146, 200, 277, 392, 417, 427, 622, 634, 868, 878, 885, 892, 909, 925 US Bank, 240, 710, 909, 940 Usher, Noble Luke, 280 U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees). See Jaycees Utz, Ephraim E., 309 Utz, Tandy Lee, 76 Vail, Eliza Mae Hale, 444 Vail, Willard, 444 Vale, Ted “Jelly Roll,” 858 Van Alstyne, Egbert, 402

Van Antwerp, Eliza, 61 Van Buren, Martin, 157 Van Burkalow, Isaac F., 64 Vance, D. K., 162 Vance, D. N., 163 Vance, Joseph, 190 Van Curon, S. C., 664 Vanderbilt, Bertha, 568 Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 125 Vanderbilt, William K., III, 538 Vanderburg, James, 805 van de Stucken, Frank, 263 Vani, Joseph, 183, 824 Vanice, James M., 934 Van Lear, Eugene, 741 Van Pelt, John, 592, 725 Van Vension, Harold, 643 Van Voast, Helen Francis, 910 Van Voast, James, Gen., 910 Van Voast, John G., 910 Van Voast, Maria Teller, 910 Van Voast, Rufus Adrian, 910 Van Voast, Virginia Moss Harris, 910 Van Voast, Virginia Remsen, 910 Van Zandt, John, 910 Varble, Pinkney, 910 Varble, Rachel McBrayer, 910 Vardiman, A. M., 76 Varner, James, 352 Vasquez, Erin, 578 Vastine, John M., 512 Vaughan, Stevie Ray, 574 Vaughan, William, 58 Vaughn, Larken, 350, 352, 839 Vaughn, William, 318 Veith, Philip J., 806 Veitz, Phillip, 969 Velton, Linda Buecker, 127, 481 Venable, Charles L., 910–11 Venable, Eliza W., 910–11 Venable, Fannie M., 911 Venable, John Wesley, Rev., 38, 910–11 Venable, Sarah E. Farnsworth, 911 Vent Haven Museum, 911 Ventner, Ella Stearns, 50 Vera-Ellen, 204 Vercouteren, Karl, 674 Verne, Jules, 557, 560 Verona, 911–12 Verst, Justin, 182, 662 Vest, Carter Hamilton, 912 Vest, D. Hess, 912 Vest, George, 912 Vest, John Lewis, 448, 912 Vest, Lizzie, 912 Vest, Miranda Jane Lewis, 912 Vest, Sallie, 912 Vest, Walter Dudley, 912 veterans: Bellevue Veterans Club, 78–79; Disabled American Veterans (DAV), 271; memorials and monuments, 913–14, 976; VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 185, 546, 914 Veterans Administration Medical Center, 256, 362, 458, 463, 611, 682, 719, 721, 912–13

VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 185, 546, 914 Vickers, America, 495, 496 Vickers, James, Rev., 76, 335, 339, 495 Vickers, Margaret, 335 Vickers, Moses, 339 Vickers, Sarah, 335 Vickers, Thomas S., 335 Victor, Mary Jane Hawkins Davis, 733 Victor, William B., 733 Vietnamese Refugee Resettlement Program, 41 Vietnam War, 112, 914–15, 916 Villa Hills, 915–16 Villa Madonna Academy, 243, 292, 542, 833, 876, 916–17, 924 Vincent, Frank, 866 Vincent, Larry, 640, 744, 917 Vincent, Rhonda, 95 Vinegar, Theodore Roosevelt “Teddy,” 7, 632, 695, 917 viniculture, 12, 44, 149, 646, 917–18 Vinson, Frederick Moore, 218, 918 Vinson, Fred M., 218 Vinson, James, 918 Vinson, Virginia Ferguson, 918 Viox, Jimmy, 62 Visalia, 918–19 Vise, Nathaniel, 918 Vision 2015, 365–66, 841, 908 visitors, to Northern Kentucky, 919–20 Voelker, Brandon, 312 Vogel, Charles, 956 Vogt, Louis, 187 Voll, John, Rev., 16, 227, 785, 786 von Bos, Conrad, 554 von Braun, Wernher, 699 von der Bruen, Odilio, 237 Vonderhaar, Ben, 485 Vondersmith, Philip G., 179, 423, 759 Von Diez, Wilhelm, 286 Von Handorf, Joseph, 273 Von Hoene, Harry Frederick, 920 Von Hoene, Margaret Carolyn Fischer, 920 Von Hoene, Richard A. “Dick,” 139, 920, 980 Vonnegut, Kurt, 573 Von Ohlen, Alma, 920 Von Ohlen, John, 487, 866, 920 Von Ohlen, Raymond, 920 von Schraudolph, Johann, 532 Vontz, Al, 968 von Westenholz, Piers Patrick Francis, 927 Voorhees, Alice, 971 Voorhees, Daniel W., 518, 647 Vories, Minnie, 431 Vosmer, E. A., 338 Voss, Frank, 578 Votruba, Betty, 920 Votruba, James “Jim,” 365, 679, 920–21 Votruba, Jim, 920 Votruba, Rachel, 921

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Waddell, Napoleon, 622 Waddell, Oliver W., 909 Wade, Adella T., 598 Wade, David Everett, 73 Wade, Edmund, 922 Wade, Gordon, 753 Wade, Lawrence, Rev., 446 Wade, Mildred Marshall, 922 Wade, Richard C., 816, 937 Wade, Richard Marshall, 20, 686, 907, 922 Wade, R. J., 563 Wade, Sarah Everett, 73 Wade, Willard L., 944, 982 Wade, William W., 668 Wadsworth, Adna, 922 Wadsworth, Arthur W., 923 Wadsworth, Eugenia, 269 Wadsworth, Harry A., 922 Wadsworth, Ida Power, 922 Wadsworth, Jack, 661 Wadsworth, John Gray, 922 Wadsworth, John R., 827 Wadsworth, Joseph Henry, 922 Wadsworth, Lee C., 847 Wadsworth, Mary Williams Ramsdell, 922 Wadsworth, William Henry, 216, 217, 596, 752, 922 Wadsworth Watch Case Company, 258, 434, 732, 770, 922–23, 977 W. A. Gaines Funeral Home, 378 Wagel, George, 847 Waggerman, Henry, 214 Wagner, Adam, 663 Wagner, Charles H., 280 Wagner, Charles T., 955 Wagner, Charles U., 142 Wagner, Elizabeth, 956 Wagner, Fred, 400 Wagner, Irma, 955 Wagner, Mary David, 473 Wagner, Sylvester J., 212 Wagner, William, 90 Wagoner, Porter, 257 Wahlbrink, Susan Marie, 809 Wainscott, Elizabeth Hancock, 923 Wainscott, George Lee, 923 Wainscott, G. W., 923 Wainscott, Harold, Rev., 351 Wainscott, Jane Rogers, 923 Wainscott, Roxanne, 923 Wakser, Morris, 662 Walcott Covered Bridge, 112, 923 Walden, John M., 4 Waldhause, Henry J., 259 Walgreen Agency, 715 Walkenhorst, Karl, 468, 794 Walker, C. Gordon, 613 Walker, Clifford S., 924 Walker, Ed, 847 Walker, Edith, 924 Walker, Edward E., 752 Walker, Emma, 460 Walker, Helen, 924 Walker, Henry, 82, 257, 335, 602 Walker, Hiram, 255 Walker, Isaac N., 335 Walker, James H., 335

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Walker, John, 924 Walker, John O., 335 Walker, John Thomas, 399 Walker, J. P., 4 Walker, Lucretia Morgan, 924 Walker, Lyman R., 47, 206, 431, 916, 924, 982 Walker, Mary Edwards, 609 Walker, Matilda Taliaferro Armstrong, 924 Walker, Melvin Waddell, Maj., 11, 261, 924, 977 Walker, Mildred Rogers, 924 Walker, Moses Fleetwood, 505 Walker, Richard B., 924 Walker, Stuart H., 1, 44, 924 Walker, Thomas, 548, 603, 834 Walker, Will E., 974 Walker, William Ernst, 924 Walker, William M., 229, 974 Wall, William K., 952 Wallace, C. G., 925 Wallace, David B., 928, 934 Wallace, Holt, 643 Wallace, Jane Sterrett, 925 Wallace, Lew, Maj. Gen., 10, 70, 184, 188–89, 192, 194, 352, 722, 922, 925 Wallace, Mary, 151, 974 Wallace, Robert, Jr., 56, 262, 545, 924, 925 Wallace, Robert, Sr., 925 Wallace, Walter C., 151 Wallace, Y. A., 710 Wallace Woods, 9, 924–25 Waller, Benjamin, 900 Waller, Edward, 551, 595, 925, 935 Waller, Fats, 97, 462 Waller, Henry, 922, 935 Waller, J. L., Rev., 900 Waller, John, Capt., 317, 551, 595, 633, 827, 925 Waller, John, Sr., 925 Waller, LeRoy, 12, 977 Waller, Mary Mathews, 925 Waller, Thomas “Fats,” 487 Waller, William M., 912 Wallin, Carly, 121 Wallin, David Jackson, 121 Wallin, John, 121 Wallin, Will, 121 Walling, Alonzo, 126–27, 127, 248, 647, 925–26 Walling, Samuel A., 926 Wallingford, Joseph, 376 Wallingford, Marjory, 607 Walnut Grove, 873 Walnut Hills Academy, 144, 207, 496, 849, 926 Walsh, Dennis, 927 Walsh, James N., 166, 473, 479, 692, 826, 927 Walsh, John T., 786 Walsh, Katherine Victoria “Kathy,” 329, 926–27 Walsh, Martha “Marty” Weiss, 926 Walsh, Maurice, 181 Walsh, Nicholas, 167, 479, 779, 927 Walsh, Thomas A., 926

Walsh Distillery, 166, 229, 246, 273, 376, 442, 574, 871, 927 Walter, Dennis, 918 Walter, Henry, 927 Walter, Thomas Ustick, 927 Walter, William, 927 Walter and Stewart, 213, 241, 630, 716, 927 Walter C. Beckjord Power Plant, 732 Walters, Barbara, 202 Walters, Everett C., 803 Walters, Jacob, 846 Walters, Mayne, 123 Walters, Virgil, 123 Walthall, J. A., 241 Walther, Martha, 674 Walton, 927–28; Christian Church, 929 Walton, Charlie, 753 Walton, Claude, 212 Walton, Everett, 212 Walton, Glenda, 417 Walton, John Brady, 212 Walton, John E., 212 Walton, Sam, 889 Walton, William, 212 Walton-Verona Independent Schools, 929 Walz, Conrad, 546 Walz, Jamie, 66 Wampum, 929–30 Wander, Abraham, 864 Ward, Anna Bell, 329, 637, 930 Ward, Annetta Ferguson, 930 Ward, E. A., 278 Ward, Edward, 930 Ward, George W., 279, 897 Ward, Josephine Harris, 279 Ward, Montgomery, 265, 601 Ward, Nora H., 845 Warder, Walter, Rev., 32 Ware, Elmer P., 212 Ware, Ida petty, 930 Ware, Israel, 149 Ware, James C., 930 Ware, James C., Jr., 930 Ware, Mary, 930 Ware, M. M., 172 Ware, Orie Solomon, 218, 262, 575, 589, 772, 846, 930 Ware, Polly Dawson, 930 Ware, Solomon Grizzel, 930 Ware, William O., 930 Warfield, W. C., 552 Waring, Thomas, Col., 588 Warken, Norb, 65 Warndorf, A. J. “Tony,” 107, 659 Warner, Charity, 242 Warner, Daniel S., 709 Warner, Marvin, 129 Warnick, Charles G., 380, 382 Warnick, Clark, 934 Warnick, Denny, 382 Warnick, Kelley, 382 War of 1812, 111, 128, 173, 403, 655, 716, 853, 868, 931 Warren, Earl, 601 Warren, Frederick M., Jr., 931

Warren, Frederick M., Sr., Maj. Gen., 439, 440, 582, 638, 657, 931–32 Warren, Helen, 884 Warren, Robert Penn, 763 Warrior Trail, 127, 128, 597, 932 Warsaw, 932; Baptist Church, 932, 934; Christian Church, 932–33; Furniture Factory, 136, 376, 933; High School, 383, 933; historic homes, 933–34; Methodist Church, 934; newspapers, 934; Woman’s Club, 934–35 Washburne, Elizabeth, 937 Washington, 935–36; archaeology, 936–37; Baptist Church, 937; Opera House, 106, 408, 601, 637, 640, 773, 937–38; Presbyterian Church, 733, 938; Trace Rd., 128, 146, 207, 938; United Methodist Church, 938 Washington, Albert, 97, 98 Washington, Booker T., 5, 261 Washington, George, Gen., 134, 136, 177, 196, 209, 270, 371, 403, 433, 452, 555, 558, 580, 583, 589, 609, 639, 754, 793, 846, 862, 935, 936 Washington, George, Jr., 936 Washington, George, Sr., 936 Washington, James, Sgt., 977 Washington, Martha Doxon, 936 Washington, Mildred, 294 Washington, Samuel, 936 Washington, Thomas, 647 Wasser, Richard, 166 waste disposal, 938–39 water, bodies of: Banklick Creek and Watershed, 55–56; Buffi ngton Springs, 129; Coleman’s Springs, 208–9; Elmer Davis Lake, 299; Kentucky River, 515–16; Licking River, 547–48; Limestone Creek, 551–52; Ohio River, 685–87; Snow’s Pond, 839; Willow Run, 963–64 Water District. See Northern Kentucky Water District Waterman, Dean, 482 Waters, Gene, 951 Waters, Julia K. Puou, 939–40 Waters, Otis B., 4 Waters, Robert L., Jr., “Bob,” 939–40 Waters, Robert L., Sr., 939 Watkins, Anderson, 940 Watkins, Anna, 5 Watkins, Courtney, 985 Watkins, Gary, Rev., 351 Watkins, H. C., 184 Watkins, Humphrey, 948, 949 Watkins, Jim, 148 Watkins, John D., 300, 307, 356 Watkins, Mary, 940 Watkins, Robert D., 140 Watkins, Sharon, 272 Watkins, Simon J., 5, 611, 940 Watkins, Solomon, 985

Watkins, Tony, 624 Watson, John, 768 Watson, J. T., 495 Watson, William, 3 Watterson, John, 465 Watts, C. Michael, 360, 674 Watts, John C., 219 Way, Frederick, Capt., 98, 322 Wayne, “Mad” Anthony, Gen., 100, 136, 265, 368, 503, 505, 545, 558, 595, 959 WCKY, 95, 212, 230, 384, 507, 536, 539, 574, 640, 743, 823, 872, 885, 940, 965 WCVG, 230, 535, 940–41 WCVN/KET, 941 Weage, Marion, 390–91 weather and climate, 941–43 Weatherby, Dennis W., 943 Weatherby, Flossie Mary Dickinson, 943 Weatherby, Wile James, Sr., 943 Weatherly, Bruce A., Rev., 613, 890 Weathers, John, 649 Weathersby, Carl, 98 Weaver, Donald E., 514 Weaver, E. W., 163 Weaver, Gene, 364, 485 Weaver, Henry Clay, Capt., 111 Weaver, James B., 724 Weaver, J. J., 266, 510, 529, 807 Weaver, Orlie, 62 Weaver, W. S., 847 Webb, Gary S., 665, 944 Webb, George, 953 Webb, James L., 288 Webb, James W., 288 Webb, John H., 288 Webb, Lewis, 803 Webb, Slade, 240 Webb, William S., 35, 373 Weber, Anthony, 239 Weber, Carl, 738 Weber, Christian Clay, 575, 944 Weber, Christopher, 657 Weber, Edward Addison, 575, 657, 944 Weber, Elizabeth, 944 Weber, Mary, 120 Weber, Morrison, 944 Weber, Stuart K., 944 Weber Brothers, 57, 241, 265, 455, 477, 575, 622, 657, 944 Webster, Alice, 89 Webster, Charles, 390 Webster, Daniel, 386, 585, 601, 952 Webster, Delia, 4, 836 Webster, F. M., 89 Webster, George, 770 Webster, Tammy, 971 Webster, W. G., 979 Wecker, David, 390 Wedding, Gloria, 944 Wedemeyer, Albert C., Lt. Gen., 12 Week Day School of Religion, 446, 575, 794, 944, 982 Weekley, Elmer, 50 Weems, John, 624 Weghorn, John, 474

INDEX Wegman, Frank, 815 Wehage, Robert, Rev., 795–96 Wehr, Bill, 182, 662 Wehrend, Mary Anne, 156 Wehrman, Barry, 945 Wehrman, Gregory, 945 Wehrman, Mark, 945 Wehrman, Mary Agnes, 945 Wehrman, Paul, 945 Wehrman, William E., Jr., 945 Wehrman, William E., Sr., 944–45 Wehrmann, Raymond, 550 Weidinger, John, 783 Weidner, George, 508 Weindel, George, 50 Weingartner, Joseph, 663, 806 Weintraub, Hyman, 945 Weintraub, Mollie Dolnickoff, 945 Weintraub, Morris, 456, 490, 638, 945 Weisbrod, Glenn, 306 Weisbrodt, Ronnie, 230 Weisenberger, John, 803 Weissmueller, Johnny, 756 Weitkamp, Harry E., 752 Weitlauf, Mike, 111 Welch, James, 720 Welch, Sylvester, 515 Welcome House of Northern Kentucky, 169, 458, 631, 641, 945–46 Weld, Theodore, 4, 32, 836, 877 Weld, Thomas, 2 Weldon, Elmer, 802 Weldon, Harold Brown, 239 Weldon, James, 111 Weldon, Margaret Turpin, 946 Weldon, Nettie, 136, 946 Weldon, Richard, 946 Welling, Al, 373 Wellman, Alfred “Frank,” 513–14, 517 Wellman, Billy, Gen., 967 Wellman, Walter, 513–14, 517 Wells, Albert C., 280 Wells, Cara, 641 Wells, Francis, 109 Wells, G. H., 163 Wells, H. G., 557, 560 Wells, Rebecca Schaffer, 808 Welp, Mary Catherine, 823 Welsh, Alma, 810 Welte, Noah, 64 Wendell, Mary, 501 Wendt, Charles “Ed,” 884 Wendt, Eileen, 831 Wendt, Emma L., 963 Wenstrup, Mary Catherine, 833 Wente, Herman, 436 Wermeling, George, 239 Werne, Peter, 865 Werner, Wilbur Stanley, 501 Wernwag, Lewis, 594, 946 Wert, G. V., 74 Wert, William, 944 Werts, Day B., Rev., 788, 789 Wertz, Oscar, 201 Wesley, John, 39, 616, 709 Wesley, Lafon, SSgt., 977

Wesley Chapel Methodist Church, 496, 946 Wesley United Methodist Church, 567, 946–47 Wess, Mary Jeanette, 778 Wessel, Catherine, 79 West, Benjamin, 449 West, Carleton Lewis, 947 West, Dorothy Lewis, 947 West, James, 4 West, John Albert, 947 West, Judith Moberly, 947 West, Larry C., 947 West, Mae, 469 Westcott, Glenway, 763 Westcott, Thomas, 634 West Covington, 435, 947 West End of Newport, 34, 107, 118, 183, 268, 322, 354, 355, 473, 490, 548, 576–77, 577, 663, 692, 738, 773, 799, 895, 947–48, 956 Westendorf, Omer, 168 Westerill, Fannie, 735 Westerill, Henry, 735 Westermeyer, Michele, 971 Western Baptist Theological Institute, 10, 58, 195, 199, 234, 240, 242, 287, 554, 574, 705, 779, 948–49 Western Freedmen’s Aid Commission, 4 Western Horseman’s Association, 2–3 Western Union, 744 Westover, John H., 698 Westover, Robert Lee, 415 West Side of Covington, 54, 98, 184, 411, 775, 790, 815, 949–50 Wetherall, H., 735 Wetherby, Lawrence, 519, 613, 697 Wethington, Charles T., 599 Wethington, Paul, 641 Wetzels, Herman J., Rev., 483, 798 WFBE-AM, 950–51 WFTM, 951 Whalen, Diane Ewing, 313, 314 Whalen, Elza, Jr., 587 Whallen, Bridget Burke, 951 Whallen, James, 951 Whallen, John Henry, 263, 951 Whallen, Patrick, 951 Whallen, Sarah Jane, 951 Wharton, Nancy, 497 Wharton, Wesley, 497 Whatley, Calvin, 860 Whatley, Minerva Kendall, 860 Wheatley, 952 Wheatley, J. M., 805 Wheeler, Debbie, 123 Wheeler, George F., 283 Wheeler, Glenda Carole. See Brown, Carole Wheeler Wheeler, Major, 317 Wheeler, William J., 975 Wherry, Walt, 65 Whig Party, 113, 378, 523, 617, 647, 751, 952–53 Whipple, George, 303 Whipps, Elizabeth, 537

Whistler, James, 322 Whistler, Louise A., 441 Whistler, Mary Ann, 703 Whistler, William, Col., 128, 703 Whitaker, Bessie, 978 Whitaker, Dudley, 978 Whitaker, Josiah, 934 Whitaker, William, 803 White, Bob, 355, 657 White, Charlie B., 116 White, Clarence Cameron, 953 White, David, 215 White, Demarius Herndon, 938 White, George, 401, 684 White, George W., 624 White, James W., 953 White, Jennie Scott, 953 White, John, 4, 836, 899 White, John H., Jr., 243 White, John W., 190 White, Joseph Jasper, 938 White, Mary Isaphine, 448 White, Micki, 971 White, Peyton, 805 White, R. C., Rev., 352 White, Slappy, 327 White, Walter, 12, 643 White, William, 452, 468, 674 White, William, Rev., 757 white burley tobacco, 14, 44, 111, 113, 507, 602, 880, 953 Whitefield, George, 3, 4, 24, 31 Whitehead, Josina, 603 Whitehead, J. P., Rev., 799 Whitehead, Loveette, 627 Whitehead, Michael, 662 Whitehead, William, 229 Whitehead, William Fuqua, 762 White Horse Tavern, 410, 700 Whiteman, Paul, 520 Whiteman, Wilberforce, 520 White’s Run Baptist Church, 497, 953–54 White’s Tower, 954 White Villa, 954 Whitfield, David, 591 Whitfield, George, 900 Whitford, Todd, 352 Whiting, Margaret, 204 Whitis, Gary, 352 Whitley, William, 460 Whitney, John, 505 Whitney, T. R., 523 Whitson, William C., 180, 181 Whitson, William M., 912 Whittemore, James R., 751 Whitten, David, 907 Whittle, Chris, 889 Whittlesey, Asaph, 954 Whittlesey, Charles W., Col., 67, 191, 192, 194, 954, 973 Whittlesey, Vesta Hart, 954 Whyte, O. W., 493 Whyte, Zack, 487 Wickes, Hugh, 352 Wickliffe, Charles, 284 Wickliffe, Margaret, 734 Wickliffe, Robert, 46, 734 Widmeyer, Irwin, 364

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Widrig, Edward, 715, 954 Widrig, Edwin C., 63, 954 Widrig, Louis, 715, 954 Widrig, Margaret Feth, 954 Widrig, Thomas A. “Tobias,” 954 Widrig, Tobias J. “Tobe,” 715, 954 Widrig Family, 185, 715, 954 Wiedemann, Agnes Rohmanns, 956 Wiedemann, Alice, 228, 955 Wiedemann, Carl F., 228, 387, 538, 955, 956, 957 Wiedemann, Charles Frank, 117, 228, 313, 431, 789, 955, 955–56, 957 Wiedemann, Elizabeth Wagner, 955 Wiedemann, George, Jr., 374, 578, 793, 956 Wiedemann, George, Sr., 117, 228, 291, 313, 431, 955, 956, 957 Wiedemann Brewing Company, 25, 61, 67, 107, 117, 221, 226, 652, 796, 948, 955–56, 956–57 Wiedemer, Jack, 400 Wiegman, Jane, 813 Wiersbe, Warren, 142 Wiethorn, Thomas J., 77 Wigger, Chas J., 273 Wiggerman, Philip, Rev., 5, 792–93 Wiggins, O. J., 450 Wiggins, Samuel, 194 Wiggins, Scott, 63 Wilbring, M. Aloysia, 832 Wilbur, Paul D., Rev., 890 Wilcox, John, 937 Wilcoxer, Lewis, 6 Wilde, Oscar, 734 Wilder, 957 wildlife areas, Owen Co., 223, 957 Wileman, Abram G., Maj., 957–58 Wileman, Elizabeth Logue, 957 Wileman, Mahlon, 957 Wiley, W. F., 811 Wilhelm I, 470 Wilhelmi, George, 752 Wilkerson, Prentice, Rev., 815 Wilkie, Riley, 906 Wilkington, J. L., 305 Wilkins, Roy, 524 Wilkinson, James, Gen., 545, 801 Wilkinson, Wallace, 152, 162, 723 Wilkinson, Wray Jean, 115 Willenborg, Henry, 578 Willett, J. E., 887 Willett, Joseph Emmanuel, 680 Willey, K., 230 William Behringer Memorial Museum, 36 William Grant High School. See Lincoln-Grant School William H. Harsha Bridge, 152, 315, 491, 596, 686, 831, 958 William H. Zimmer Power Plant, 732 William Payne House, 933, 934 Williams, Abner, 751 Williams, Alice, 500 Williams, Andy, 958 Williams, Archie, 54 Williams, Brian Patrick, 457, 958

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Williams, Carll B., 811, 958, 959 Williams, Caroline “Line,” 38, 512, 531, 757, 811, 958–59, 971 Williams, Dale, 62 Williams, Daniel, 985 Williams, David, 226 Williams, Edith Carpenter, 960 Williams, Edith Glenrose, 960 Williams, Eli, 873 Williams, Elijah, 56 Williams, Elisha “Dale,” 64 Williams, Ellison E., 959 Williams, Frank L., 553, 737 Williams, George, 3, 904, 982 Williams, Gex, 139 Williams, Hank, 204 Williams, James M., 12 Williams, James (Monterey resident), 624 Williams, James (school teacher), 416 Williams, James (Underground Railroad conductor), 3 Williams, James W., Jr., 960 Williams, John (Monterey), 623 Williams, John (Orangeburg), 691 Williams, John S., 851 Williams, John (Zion Baptist Church), 985 Williams, Joseph H., Capt., 190 Williams, J. T. “Jake,” 438, 960 Williams, Kathleen G. Burke, 958 Williams, Kenneth E., Jr., 958 Williams, Kenneth E., Sr., 958 Williams, Lawrence, 162 Williams, Marie, 613 Williams, Mary, 623 Williams, Mary Teal, 958 Williams, Melanie, 360 Williams, M. J., 404 Williams, Myrix J., 643 Williams, Plennie, Rev., 446 Williams, Pope, 136 Williams, Robert, II, 830 Williams, Robert L., Sgt., 977 Williams, Ruby, 54–55 Williams, Samuel, 960 Williams, Sheila, 557, 960 Williams, Smith, 572 Williams, Smokey Joe, 65 Williams, Tara, 958 Williams, Thomas, 588 Williamson, Charlotte “Lottie,” 272 Williamson, Elizabeth Kirby, 960 Williamson, Euclid, 443 Williamson, James T., Capt., 462 Williamson, Jane Maria Taylor, 868, 869, 870 Williamson, John Allen, 106, 272, 443, 773, 960, 972 Williamson, Mary Kirby, 443 Williamson, Mary Slack, 960 Williamson, Matt Winn, 461 Williamstown, 960–61; Baptist Church, 140, 851, 960, 961; Independent Schools, 415, 962; Municipal Cemetery, 960, 962; Raid, 413, 961, 962; United Methodist Church, 7, 322, 679,

960, 962; Women’s Club, 196, 416, 547, 962–63 Willis, Caroline, 963 Willis, Charles, 390 Willis, Charles H., 578, 963 Willis, Floyd H., 744 Willis, Harry, 963 Willis, Simeon, 277, 620, 960 Willis, William, 963 Willison, Cornelius, 897 Willow Creek Baptist Church, 963 Willow Run, 107, 480, 546, 705, 963–64 Wills, Grant, 930 Willson, Ann Colvin Ennis, 964 Willson, Augustus Everett, 247, 395, 586, 596, 666, 964 Willson, Byron Forceythe, 556, 557, 964 Willson, Hiram, 964 Willsy, Harry, 462 Wilmarth, Lemuel Everett, 29 Wilmer, William, 897 Wilmer, W. J., 807 Wilmington, 964; Baptist Church, 55, 964–65 Wilson, Augustus P., 559 Wilson, Benjamin, 230 Wilson, Christopher, 76, 357, 867, 869 Wilson, Earl D., 356, 384, 965 Wilson, Hannah, 85 Wilson, Harrison, 390 Wilson, Harrison B., Jr., 7 Wilson, Isaiah, 85 Wilson, Israel, 49 Wilson, James A., 230, 742 Wilson, James Keyes, 927 Wilson, James M., 317 Wilson, Jeff, 739 Wilson, J. M., 646 Wilson, John, 26, 834 Wilson, Joseph, 934 Wilson, Keys, 247 Wilson, Larry C., 212 Wilson, L. H., 846 Wilson, Lindsay, 616 Wilson, Louis, 846 Wilson, Lyda Beall “L. B.,” 160, 293, 356, 384, 402, 408, 507, 539, 574, 636, 637, 640, 709, 735, 743, 897, 940, 951, 965 Wilson, Mark, 434 Wilson, Mary, 596 Wilson, Mary Allen, 766 Wilson, Mary Ann, 27 Wilson, Mary V., 436, 463, 938 Wilson, Otis, 497 Wilson, Robert Hayden, 230 Wilson, Robert, Rev., 47, 339, 822, 937, 938 Wilson, Robert Ronald, 57 Wilson, R. R., 426 Wilson, R. T., 125 Wilson, Ruth, 295 Wilson, Sally, 4 Wilson, Samuel, 4 Wilson, Wesley Berry, 965 Wilson, William, 869, 934

Wilson, William C., 288, 417 Wilson, William H., 140, 356 Wilson, W. M., 690 Wilson, Woodrow, 930 Wiltshire, Lorena Blossom, 973 Wimmer, Boniface, 237, 532, 787, 833, 969 Winchester, Boyd, 216, 217 Winchester, James, Brig. Gen., 931 Windholtz, George, 623 Windoffer, Anna Catharina, 16 Winema, 150 Wing, Johnnie “Deep,” 258, 356 Wingate, Cyrus, 307, 721, 965 Wingate, Henry, 554, 948 Winholtz, Fred “Bud,” 719 Winholtz, George, 719 Winkfield, Enoch, 846 Winkfield, Jimmy, 461 Winkler, Frederick W., 57 Winn, Jane S., 704 Winn, Matt J., Col., 460, 461, 538 Winslow, Henry, 379 Winslow, H. M., 162 Winslow, Martha, 758 Winslow, W. B., 162, 164, 978 Winslow, William, 379 Winstel, Nancy, 66–67, 612, 678 Winston, Mary, 39 Winston, Samuel, 39 Winston, Sibella, 854 Winter, John, 109 Winters, Aaron M., 932 Winters, George, 926 Winters, G. W., 539 Winters, William, 926 Winters, Yvor, 763 Wintersheimer, Alice, 966 Wintersheimer, Carle E., 965 Wintersheimer, Donald C., 232, 965–66 Wintersheimer, Marie Kohl, 965 WIRED (Wireman Industrial Research Engineering and Development) Inc., 966 Wireman, Augusta, 966 Wireman, C. L., Rev., 446 Wireman, Frances Flynns, 966 Wireman, John, 966 Wireman, Wallace H. “Wally,” 966 Wirsch, Charles W., 753 Wirtz, Tony, 887 Wisby, Marjean, 487 Wise, Henry, 562 Wise, J. S., 123 Wise, Virginia, 82 Wiseman, J. Robert, 970 Wisenall, Bernard T., 184, 273, 709, 966 Wisenall, Jane Eckmann Campbell, 273, 966 Wisenall, John Bernard, 273, 966 Wiser, Peter, 210 Withers, Allen, 649 Withers, Charles Albert, Maj., 125, 188, 237, 754, 966–67 Withers, Elizabeth Sallie, 125, 754, 967 Withers, Garrett L., 520

Withers, John, 649 Withers, Matilda Lynch, 966 Withers, Susan Clark, 642 Withers Family, 188, 237, 754, 890, 966–67 Wither’s Mills, 649 Witherspoon, John, Rev., 733 Withnall, Caroline A., 52 Withrow, Etta Maude Smith, 967 Withrow, John Clarence, 967 WNKU, 95, 967–68 WNOP, 487, 968 Woeste, Charles, Rev., 786, 795 Wolf, Charlie, 66 Wolf, D., 654 Wolf, Frederick Ellsworth, Rev., 336 Wolf, Joannes “Brother Cosmas,” 38, 237, 532, 969 Wolf, John, 184 Wolfe, Charles, 230, 595 Wolfe, James, Gen., 449 Wolfe, Thomas, 763 Wolff, Alban, 394 Wolff, Christine Roth, 970 Wolff, Cynthia, 969 Wolff, Dan, 755 Wolff, Daniel, 480 Wolff, Elizabeth Limberg, 969 Wolff, Otto Daniel, III, 969 Wolff, Otto Daniel, Jr., 657, 890, 969, 970 Wolff, Otto Daniel, Sr., 272, 657, 969, 970 Wolff, Ruth, 34, 557, 657, 969–70, 971 Wolfram, Anna, 611 Wolking, Ben, 551 Wolking, Bernard, 551 Wolking, Frank, 551 Wolnitzek, Fred, 364 Womack, J. W., 697 women, 970–71; police officers and firefighters, 971 Women’s Crisis Center, 458, 971 women’s suff rage, 970, 971–72; Berry, Anna Shaler, 82; Lloyd, Alice, 559; Reynolds, Mattie Bruce, 754; Roff, Ida Mitchell, 768; Rugg, Jennie, 773; Siewers, Sarah M., 828; Southgate, Louise, 842–43; Trimble, Mary Barlow, 888; Varble, Rachel M., 910; Woolsey, Kate Trimble, 975 Wong, Lily, 41 Wood, Al, 749 Wood, Andrew, 599 Wood, Arthur F., 972 Wood, Benjamin W., 229, 486 Wood, Charles P. “Chip,” 972 Wood, Dorothy, 749 Wood, Eleanor Duncan, 557, 667, 971, 972 Wood, Elizabeth, 937 Wood, George, 936 Wood, John, 43 Wood, Martha Morehead, 922 Wood, Mary Thomspon Hawes, 436, 550, 557, 872, 970, 972–73 Wood, Rick W., 288 Wood, Thomas, 9

INDEX Wood, W. A. M., Rev., 59, 351 Wood, Will, 926 Wood, William, 585, 593, 935, 937 Wood, W. R., 229 Woodall, Emily, 528 Wooden, John Robert, 66, 258, 620, 973 Woodfi ll, Blossom, 363 Woodfi ll, John H., 973 Woodfi ll, Samuel, Sgt., 144, 363, 364, 610, 973 Woodhead, J., 426 Woodhead, Joseph, 320 Woodhead, Joshua, 318, 320, 975 Woodhead, W. B., 426 Woodie, William L., 341 Wooding, George, 460 Woodland period, 21–22 Woodlawn, 973–74 Woodruff, E. A., 687 Woods, Andrew, 229 Woods, Billy Jo, 18 Woods, Brent, 823 Woods, Granville T., 8, 974 Woods, Mary, 897 Woods, Ronald, 18 Woods, Steve, 107 Woods, William, 126 Woodson, John, 3 Woodward, Joel, 121 Woodward, William, 121 Woodyard, Rebecca, 974 Woodyard, Thomas W., Capt., 644 Woodyard, William, 974 Woolen, William, 3, 899 woolen mills, 974–75 Woolman, C. E., 261 Woolper, John David, 869 Woolsey, Edward J., 889, 919, 975 Woolsey, Kate Trimble, 888, 889, 919, 970, 972, 975 Woolworth, Frank Winfield, 343 Wordeman, John, 796 Workman, Benjamin, 121 Workman, Bill, 357 Works Progress Administration (WPA), 121, 420 Workum, Bertram A., 390 Workum, Levi J., 714 World War I, 975–76; anti-German hysteria, 30, 395; Bracken Co., 111; Burman, Ben Lucien, 135; Carl Brothers, 153; civil defense, 186; Gibson Greeting Cards Inc., 400; Hehl, Lambert, Jr., 440; monument to, 60; Stewart Iron Works, 854; veteran memorials and monuments, 913; VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 914; Woodfi ll, Samuel, 973 World War II, 976–78; African American Businessmen’s Association, 6; African

Americans in, 10–12; Baker-Hunt Foundation, 54; Bellevue Veterans Club, 78; Bracken Co., 112; Burman, Ben Lucien, 135; Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport, 179–81; civil defense, 186; Cline, Thomas H., 201; Gibson Greeting Cards Inc., 400; Great Depression, 420; Green Line Company, 422–23; Kelley-Koett Company, 501; National Guard, 644–45; Nelson Burton, 136; Stewart Iron Works, 854–55; United States Playing Card Company (USPC), 907; urban planning, 907; veteran memorials and monuments, 913; VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 914; Visalia, 919; Wadsworth Watch Case Company, 923 Wormald, James, 513, 587 Wormald, Marian Newman, 750 Worrall, John M., 213 Worsham, J. B., 815 Worth, Daniel, 4 Worth, Richard, 583 Worth, William, Gen., 157, 978 Worthington, Henry, 481 Worthville, 978; Baptist Church, 979; High School, 978, 979 Wright, Catherine, 846 Wright, Elizabeth, 433 Wright, Hansel D., Rev., 446 Wright, Horatio Gouverneur, Gen., 189, 192, 193, 364, 979–80 Wright, Larry, 668 Wright, Louisa, 980 Wright, Lulu M., 238 Wright, Marshall, 226 Wright, Martha, 433, 668 Wright, Matthew, 433 Wright, Paul, 147 Wright, Sammy, 661 Wright, Thomas, 3 Wright, William, 433 Wrightson, Thomas, 199 writers. See authors/poets Writtenhouse, Rachel, 60 W. T. Grant chain, 344 Wueller, Maria Elizabeth, 811 Wunderlich, Heinz, 808 WXIX, 228, 980 Wyatt, Wilson, 116, 570 Wycliffe, Robert, 303 Wyeth, N. C., 97 Wyk, Mary Niedzielski, 980 Wyk, Walter F., 107, 980 Wyles, Joe, 294 Wyman, William, 24, 899, 901 Wymond, William, 4

Wynn, Matt, Col., 384 Wyss, A. I., 308 WZIP Radio, 212, 297, 736, 812, 980 x-ray machines, 500–501 Yager, Elizabeth Alma, 981 Yager, J. B., 981 Yager, O. B., 404 Yager, Ruth Graham, 981 Yager, Ward, 232, 981 Yager Gutting House, 933 Yancey, C. W. “Court,” 981 Yancey, Evan White, Rear Adm., 695, 698, 977, 981 Yancey, Jessie O., 588, 971, 981 Yancey, Marguerite Ziegler Davis, 981 Yancey, Rebecca Bell Oridge, 981 Yancey, Rena Lusby, 557, 723, 849, 971, 981 Yancey, Robert L., 553 Yancey, Sherfy Bette, 981 Yancey, William Harrison, 981 Yancey, W. Lindsay, 981 Yarmouth interglacial, 403 Yates, George A., 446 Yates, Henry, 981 Yates, John C. B., 374 Yates, Karen, 674 Yates, Millicent, 981 Yates, Richard, 981–82 Yates House, 933 Yazell, William S., 752 Yeager, George, 719 Yealey, A. M., 104, 352 Yelton, Arthur, 164 Yelton, Charles, 353 Yelton, E. B., 309 Yerkes, R. S., 934 YMCA, 107, 146, 173, 220, 311, 320, 354, 438, 505, 589, 612, 649, 797, 816, 822, 825, 829, 871, 888, 930, 944, 966, 976, 980, 982–83 Yocum, Cookie, 562 Yocum, Donna, 562 Yocum, Katie, 562 Yocum, Ralph, 562 York, Alvin C., Sgt., 609, 973 York, Eliza, 419 Yorke, Edward, 229 Yorke, William, 229 Yost, Ruth, 833 Youmans, Peter, 866 Young, Allie, 467 Young, Brenda, 72 Young, Brigham, 454 Young, Cavalry M., 446, 609 Young, Charles Denton, Col., 6, 586, 594, 983 Young, Cy, 919, 948 Young, David, 45 Young, John D., 217

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Young, John R., 303 Young, Joseph, 407 Young, Linda, 945 Young, Loretta, 650 Young, Rueben, 109 Young, Susan, 421 Young, Tillie, 378 Young, Whitney M., Jr., 524, 792 Youtsey, Henry, 407 Youtsey, John, 926 Ysaye, Eugene, 640, 983–84 Ysaye, Nicolas, 983 Yung, William J. “Bill,” 210 Zachella, Alex “Zeke,” 356, 657 Zachery, Ruth, 222 Zaferes, Thomas, 333 Zalla, Martin, 630 Zane, Ebenezer, 597 Zane’s Trace, 597–98 Zapp, Robert, 56 Zappa, Frank, 76 Zappa, Paul, 168 Zappa, Ralph, 483 Zechella, Alex “Zeke,” 965 Zechella, Helen, 483 Zechella, Louis “Luigi,” 483 Zechella, Tony, 483 Zehr, Denise, 352 Zehr, Jerry, 352 Zeitz, Gray, 557, 985 Zeitz, Jean, 985 Zeitz, Joseph, 985 Zeitz, Kay, 985 Zeleznik, Maryanne, 968 Zembrodt, John M., 546 Zettler, F. X., 775 Ziegfield, Flo, 650 Ziegler, David, 968 Ziegler, Louis Daniel, 985 Ziegler, Nancy, 985 Ziegler, Ronald Louis, 274, 985 Ziegler, Ruby Parsons, 985 Ziegler, Wilbert L., 180, 680 Zimmer, Betty, 72 Zimmer, W. H., 732 Zimmerer, Mary, 830 Zimmerman, Frederick, 459 Zimmerman, Henry W., 475 Zimmerman, Rose, 459 Zimmermann, Wilhelm, 394 Zimmer Power Plant, 614 Zint, Rita, 792 Zion Baptist Church, 7, 494, 725, 928, 985 Zion Station, 985–86 Zoller, John W., 986 Zoller, Katherine “Kate” Elinor Grace Farris, 634, 971, 985–86 Zovath, Mike, 29 Zwahlen, John, 616 Zwick, G. A., 715 Zwick, Rob, 19


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