"GREEN FEEBACK:In the country districts around Carlisle, Green Feeback has enjoyed a high reputation as a good farmer and a good citizen for upwards of half a century and his career is in every way worthy of record among the representatives of Nicholas County. Mr. Feeback's farm home is on the Carlisle and Sharpsburg Pike, two miles northwest of Carlisle.This is not far away from where he was born January 1, 1856.His parents were John T. and Rachel (Mc Daniel) Feeback, both natives of Nicolas County, where they were reared and educated, and after their marriage settled eight miles north of Carlisle.Subsequently they lived on az farm two and half miles northeast of Carlisle and were in that locality until the end of their days.They were active and devout members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, while the father as a Mason and a Republican.Of their six children, three are now living:Lucy, wife of W.S. Feeback, of Carlisle; Mary J., wife of George Kennedy, of Carlisle, and Green. Green Feeback up to the age of twenty-one lived with his parents, helped them run the farm, and acquired a common school education.For several years he hired out his labor to other farmers, but for the last quarter of a century has been doing for himself. November 12, 1896, he married Pearl Ross, who was born in Fleming County, Kentucky, August 23, 1870, daughter of John W. and Edna (Robertson) Ross, also natives of Fleming County.Mrs. Feeback was reared in Nicholas COunty and had a high-school education.Mr. Feeback takes an active oart in the Methodist Church, while Mrs. Feeback is a Baptist.He is a republican voter.His home farm comprises forty-eight acres, and he has earned his prosperity out of the soil."