bracken county folks   

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Augusta City Officials,
1897
Prominent Augusta
Citizens, 1897

 

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G. W. Given

Dr. T. S. Bradford

Durbin Ward

 

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Mr. Joseph Armer J. L. Ammer


 

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Miss Harkison's Class, Christian
Sunday School.   "Our Chautauqua
starts June 24."

WWI Enlistees from Bracken
County.  Names here.

Bracken Equalization Board. 
Key to men in the pic is here

 

Fee

John Fee
Fee was born in Bracken County, but was run out of the county because of his anti-slavery views.
He went on to found Berea College.
His Wikipedia entry is here, and his autobiography can be read at this site,

 

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Unknown Bracken Folks
(if you can identify anyone here, please drop me an email)

 

John Bradley

John Bradley

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“Tom Tweed, recently an attache of the Bracken County Chronicle, was among those who fell with Custer.”
Courier-Journal, July 31, 1876

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Devere Devere
Madame Devere at the Dime Museum


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Brooksville's Madame Jane (sometimes cited as Janet) Devere
The Kentucky Bearded Lady, more here. That's her husband Bill in the center image.

 

“Miss Eliza A. Dupuy, of Augusta, Ky., has a new novel in the press. This lady is the authoress of The Conspirator, a Tale of Blennerhassett's Island, a novel which had an extensive circulation some two years since.” Godey's Lady's Book, September, 1845


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Mr. J. O. Stroube

Judge J. R. Minor

Dr. J. L. Yelton Maurice Hook

 

Moford

Brooksville's Herb Moford played for Tigers/Cardinals/Mets/Red Sox 1955-1962.
His record is here.

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