Ancestors of Clinton County, Albany, KentuckyUpdated January 5, 2008
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- Rowena Ferry.Albany, Kentucky (64 KB)
Rowena Ferry that once crossed the Cumberland River, prior to the rivers damming, thus creating Lake Cumberland.
- John Lafayette Andrews and his wife Arminda Belle (430 KB)
John was the son of Milton D. Andrews and Sarah Wells and the grandson of John C. Andrews and Elizabeth Back Cooper. Arminda's parents were William Cargile Stailey and Lucinda Jones.John Lafayette and Arminda Belle Stailey Andrews, their children and his parents, Milton D. and Sarah Ann Wells Andrews moved to Texas from Clinton County in a covered wagon about 1891.
- Frethia Andrews and Louisa Wells (16 KB)
Frethia Andrews (1839-1892), the fourth son of John C. Andrews and Elizabeth Back Cooper. He is pictured here with his wife, Louisa Wells, daughter of Solomon Wells and Permelia Kelly.
- Henry Byron Andrews and Mary Hammond (14 KB)
Henry Byron Andrews (1834-1890), the first son of John C. Andrews and Elizabeth Back Cooper. He is pictured here with his second wife, Mary Hammond. (His first wife was Louisa Jane Hopkins, daughter of Thomas Hopkins/Matilda Ryan.)
- Students at an Pinegrove School, Clinton County, 1 (114 KB)
Students at an Pinegrove School, Clinton County, 1912 school year.
- Eli Parker Brown (4 KB)
Eli enlisted on 19 September 1863 as a Private. He enlisted in Co. H, 13th Cavalry Regiment on 23 December 1863 and was mustered out on 10 January 1865 in Camp Nelson, KY.