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Biographical Sketch of George Hutchison M.D.

George Hutchison was born April 11, 1834, in Casey county, Kentucky, and is the son of Judge Thomas Hutchison, a native of Virginia, who is now residing in Livingston county, Missouri. His mother’s maiden name was Polly Ann Tate, and she was a native of Lincoln county, Kentucky. Our subject was seven years old when his parents immigrated to Missouri and settled in Livingston county where he was reared and educated. He began the study of medicine with Dr. J. W. Rose, of that county, in 1861 and after three years of preparatory study entered the Medical College at Keokuk, Iowa. During the following winter (1866-67) he attended a course of lectures at the Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, from which institution he graduated in the spring of 1867 with the degree of M. D. He has practiced his profession at Jamesport ever since and has built up a wide patronage and a good reputation as a physician. In 1878 he built a large and commodious brick storehouse and filled it with a complete stock of drugs, stationery and fancy notions. This business he is at present conducting, very profitably, in connection with his practice. Dr. Hutchison was married, at Jamesport, February 14, 1871, to Miss Mary E., daughter of Franklin Callison. She was born in Daviess county, January 6, 1852. The issue of this union has been three children, two of whom, Frank P. and Mary C., are now living. Dr. H. is a member of the orders A. F. & A. M., I. O. O. F. and A. O. U. W. He has been a member of...

Biographical Sketch of Charles M. Hutchison

Charles M. Hutchison was born in Casey county, Kentucky, October 15, 1837, and is a son of Thomas Hutchison. He was reared and educated in Livingston county, Missouri, and began life as a school-teacher at the age of twenty-three, and followed that business with some interruption for a period of thirteen years. He came to Jamesport in 1870 and began merchandising, which is his present avocation. Mr. Hutchison was married in Daviess county, Missouri, January 1, 1870, to Miss Annie, daughter of James and Rebecca Lindsay, natives of Virginia. Mrs. Hutchison was born in Iowa. They are the parents of three children: William T., Minnie Lee, and Marietta. Mrs. Hutchison is a member of the Christian Church. In politics, Mr. Hutchison is a strong Democrat, and is highly respected as a man and...

Casey Co., Ky

CASEY CO. (R.L. Nesbitt) While slavery existed in Casey Co., as in other counties of the State, before the Civil War, there are no negroes living the the county today who were born into slavery; and very few white people who can remember customs, incidents, or stories of the old slavery days. It is known that the first slaves in the county were those brought here from Virginia by the early white settlers of the county; and that until they were given their freedom, the slaves were well cared for and kindly treated. They lived in comfortable cabins on the lands of their owners, well fed and clothed, given the rudiments of spiritual and educational training, necessary medical attention in sickness; and it was not unusual for some slave owners to give a slave his or her freedom as a reward for faithful or unusual services. If there was any of the so-called “Underground Railway” method used to get slaves out of the state, as was the case in many counties, there are no current stories or legends relative to such to be heard in the county today. It is thought that the slaves of Casey County were so well cared for and so faithful and loyal to their masters that very few of them cared to leave and go to non-slavery states in the North. So there was little, if any, call for any secret methods to provide for their escape. Even after they were given their freedom, many slaves refused to leave their masters and spent the remainder of their lives in the service and as charges...

Casey County, Kentucky Census Records

1790 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1790 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free Hosted at Census Guide 1800 U.S. Census Guide 1800 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1800 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free Hosted at Census Guide 1800 U.S. Census Guide 1810 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1810 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project Alphabetical Surname Index 1810 Census Transcription Hosted at Census Guide 1810 U.S. Census Guide 1820 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1820 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free 1820 Casey County, Kentucky Census Images $ Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project 1820 Census Index 1820 Census Transcription Hosted at Census Guide 1820 U.S. Census Guide 1830 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1830 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free 1830 Casey County, Kentucky Census Images $ Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project 1830 Census Index 1820 Census Transcription Hosted at Census Guide 1830 U.S. Census Guide 1840 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Free 1840 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free 1840 Casey County, Kentucky Census Images $ Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project 1840 Census Index Partial unnumbered page between 177 and 178 Page 177B Hosted at Census Guide 1840 U.S. Census Guide 1850 Casey County, Kentucky Census Records Hosted at Free 1850 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – 14 Days Free...

Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Casey County Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Casey County USGenWeb Archives Project Allen Cemetery Caney Fork Cemetery Durham Cemetery Ellison Cemetery Fair Cemetery , Partial Full Gospel Church Cemetery Green River Christian Church Cemetery Lawhorn Hill Cemetery Marple/Allen Cemetery Milton H. Durham Plot Mt Pleasant Cemetery Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Pennington Cemetery , aka Sandusky Cemetery Williams Cemetery Willow Springs , Partial Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Casey County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Allen Cemetery Antioch Cemetery Austin Cemetery Austin Cemetery Bethelridge Cemetery Birdie Russell Cemetery Bowmer Cemetery¬† Brush Creek Cemetery Calhoun Cemetery Calvary Ridge Cemetery Carson Cemetery Cedar Springs United Baptist Church Chapmen Cemetery Chilton Cemetery Combest Rodgers Cemetery Cravens Cemetery David Elliott Cemetery Douglas Family Cemetery Dunn Cemetery Durham Cemetery Evans Cemetery Fox Cemetery Full Gospel Church Cemetery Gaddis Cemetery Hatter Cemetery Henderson Cemetery Windsor James Durham Cemetery Jennie’s Chapel Cemetery Jones Cemetery King Cemetery Luttrell Cemetery Luttrell Cemetery Luttrell Cemetery Luttrell’s Creek McBeath Cemetery McDonald Cemetery Miller Cemetery Milton Durham Cemetery Mintonville Methodist Church Mullican Cemetery Murphy Family Cemetery Negro Graveyard Nickols Patterson Cemetery¬† Oak Grove Baptist Church Oak Hill Cemetery Old Tarter , aka Grave Hill Cemetery Pevley , aka Combest Cemetery Pine Grove , aka Mullins Cemetery Poplar Hill Cemetery Puteet Cemetery Rector Cemetery Rice Cemetery Rigney Graveyard Salyers Cemetery Spaw Cemetery Valley Oak Cemetery Watson Chapel Cemetery Willow Springs Methodist Church Willow Springs Southern Methodist Church¬†Cemetery Wood Cemetery Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Hosted at Interment.net Peavey Cemetery Casey County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Hosted at Tombstone Transcription Project Anitoch Cemetery , Photos Old Ben Tapscott...

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