Hello Rod, looking through the HISTORY OF KENTUCKY, VOL3, 1922; I found bio on Wallace Muir it is about a half page in length with family notes. "October 20, 1909, Mr. Muir married Sunshine Lusk, who was born in Garrard County, Kentucky, a daughter of Alexander and Pauline (Roberts) Lusk, and granddaughter of Judge Alexander Lusk, who for many years held an honored place on the Circuit Bench of Kentucky.Her father, Alexander Lusk, who died at the age of seventy-two, was a prominent lawyer of Lancaster, Kentucky, served a number of years as state's attorney and two terms in the State Legislature, and was one of the leading advocates of temperance and lectured all over the state in the cause of prohibition.He was a democrat and a Presbyterian.(this caption refers to Mrs. Muir and since it is in the same paragraph I assume it refers to Sunshine Lusk, Mike Lusk, Calif. note)Mrs. Muir's mother is still living, and four of her five children survive,Mrs. Muir being the third in age.Mrs. Muir is a grandniece of Governor Letcher and also a grandniece of Chief Justice Robinson, one of the eminent Kentuckians of his generation." (End quote of paragraph). There is more info on the Muir side. Hope this adds to you Sunshine Lusk file.What other info do you have? I descend from Henry Lusk b.1750, John Smith Lusk b.1795, James Leroy Lusk b.1827, Alpheus Morgan Lusk, Sr. b. 1862, Eugene Hendrix Lusk b. 1892, Lloyd Hampon Lusk b. 1914, Mike Lusk. Always willing to exchange info. Mike Lusk, Calif.