I went to the Kentucky State Archives yesterday. One of my main objectives was to find out more about Henry's wife, Laura. I looked through marriage registers and bonds for bourbon county, Nicholas County, and Harrison County. I didn't find one for Henry Feeback and Laura Lyons (Hughes). I did make copies of several marriage bonds concerning Feebacks, two for Henry Feeback.
This one looks as though it could be Laura's Henry: Henry Feeback, 21, first marriage, born Nicholas Co., Ky. Lizzie Cook ( Ina Cook- Guardian), 17 years old, first marriage, born Nicholas Co. To be married 30 Oct 1907 in Carlisle. Page 414.
Henry C. Feeback, 28, first marriage, trade- mechanic, born Kentucky. George Ann Wilson. 21. first marriage, born Ky. To be married at Ephriam Wilson's on 2nd Feb 1871. Page 8.
I even read the case trial of Tom Hughes hoping to find more mention of Laura. She was mentioned as being a daughter of Tom Hughes, to which one witness replied that he heard Henry Feeback deny that. Hughes was found guilty of manslaughter and given 21 years. Also included were 2 threatening letters to Henry, supposedly from KKK, which, one was sent by Hughes (Hughes' testiment). The case # 6748, year 1924. I didn't ask if this is available for inter-library loan. I had a friend who looked through the 1930 Bourbon census for Laura, but found no Feebacks at all. I am going to try to do a search in the birth index to see if Laura's name comes up as mother for any of the Feeback children.