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Biographical Sketches of Prominent Negro Men and Women of Kentucky

William D. Johnson

Biographical Sketches of Prominent Negro Men and Women of Kentucky

by William D. Johnson

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL11514712M
ISBN 100836992253
ISBN 109780836992250
OCLC/WorldCa232354576

  Mary E. Britton () was a student at Berea College from c A public school teacher and activist, Britton later earned a medical degree and became the first African-American female doctor in the state of Kentucky, practicing in Lexington. Was one of the prominent farmers and business men of DeWitt county. He was born in Monroe county, Kentucky, Janu , the eldest son in a family of seven children, two sons and five daughters. The Lisenbey family are of English descent on the paternal side, and on the maternal side Irish.

Full text of "Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania: containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with an introductory historical sketch" See other formats.   Kentucky’s African American Men and Women of Medicine Posted by S. Logan on February 1, Ma F ebruary is National African American History Month, which honors the sedulous contributions of African Americans across the nation and serves as a reminder of their struggles in seeking equality and freedom.

This database contains a biographical encyclopedia of prominent nineteenth century Kentucky men. It could be of great worth to any researcher with ancestors from Kentucky. Even though your ancestors may not be listed in this biographical record, much can be learned by reading about the lives of others who lived during the time of your ancestors. Includes biographical sketches. ;, A New History of Kentucky This book contains chapters on the history of the economy, education, politics, slavery, and social changes in Kentucky. It is indexed. History of Kentucky Volumes 3 through 5 contain several hundred biographical sketches. An index is included with volume one of this record.


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Biographical sketches of prominent Negro men and women of Kentucky Biographical sketches of prominent Negro men and women of Kentucky by Johnson, W. (William Decker) cn. Publication date Internet Archive BookReader Biographical sketches of prominent Negro men and women of Kentucky.

GcJe Johnson*W.D. Biographical,sketchesof prominentNegromenand womenofky. Title on spine: Prominent Negro men and women of of access: Internet Topics: African Americans Publisher: Lexington, Ky. Because of his devotion to black advancement, Bradley was the only white person included in William Decker Johnson's compilation Biographical Sketches of Prominent Negro Men and Women of Kentucky.

Kentucky Statewide Online Genealogy Records. This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Biographical sketches of prominent Negro men and women of Kentucky. Author(s)/Publishing Information. Johnson, W. [William Decker] Call Number. EK3 J63 Location(s) University of Kentucky Libraries: Special Collections Also available online at Internet Archive.

References. Get this from a library. Biographical sketches of prominent Negro men and women of Kentucky. [W D Johnson]. They were living at S. 18th Street in Louisville when John McKinley passed away inhe is buried in Eastern Cemetery, according to his death certificate. For more see Biographical Sketches of Prominent Negro Men and Women of Kentucky, by W.

Johnson. Abraham Owen Smoot (Febru – March 6, ) was an American pioneer, businessman, religious leader, and spent his early life as a missionary in Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, and England. Like other early leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), Smoot practiced plural marriage, eventually marrying six women and having 27 children.

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Biographical Sketches of Prominent Negro men and Women of Kentucky. $ Free shipping. Year of the Dolphin by Southard, Jeff New Fast Free Shipping, $ Details about Book Who's Who in Kentucky Biographical Assembly Mary Southard Rating: % positive.(Boyd County, ) InMary Elliott Flanery was the first woman elected to the Kentucky State legislature and was named Kentucky's Most Prominent by the Kentucky Historical Society.

She appealed to the things the "good people back home needed: hard roads and plenty of them, good schools and more of them, and a real Eastern Normal.Mary Ellen Britton (–) was an American physician, educator, suffragist, journalist and civil rights activist from Lexington, n was an original member of the Kentucky Negro Education Association, which formed in She was president of the Lexington Woman's Improvement Club and later served as a charter member of the Ladies Orphan Society which founded the Colored.