Location: Jessamine County KY

Biographical Sketch of Jesse Hudson

Jesse Hudson, farmer and Justice of the Peace; P. O. Charleston; born in Jessamine Co., Ky., June 27, 1840, where he attended school until 11 years of age, when he emigrated to Illinois and located in East Oakland Tp. in October, 1851; here he remained and assisted his father in farming until upward of 20 years of age, when he raised one crop upon his father’s farm, of which he gave one-third for the use of the land; the following year he farmed upon rented land, and in 1864, he removed to Morgan Tp., where he rented land four years, and, in 1868, purchased his present place, where he has since continued to live; he first purchased eighty acres of land, mostly upon time, giving his notes for $2,180, which he met promptly, and has since added, by purchase, forty acres more, for which he paid $1,200 cash; he built a brick addition to his house in 1872, and, in 1877, erected the finest barn in Morgan Tp. The above property he has accumulated by his own hard labor, energy and good business management, in which he has been nobly assisted by his wife, to whom he was married Oct. 10, 1861; her maiden name was Harriet Stark; she was born in Indiana Nov. 15, 1842; they have two children now living, viz., Laura B., born Dec. 12, 1869,...

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Jessamine County, Kentucky Census Records

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Jessamine County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Jessamine County Jessamine County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Jessamine County USGenWeb Archives Project ARB Burton Farm Cemetery , Partial Cemetery on Jack Arnold Farm Unknown Cemetery Butler Family Cemetery Camp National Cemetery Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Part 12 Part 13 Part 14 Part 15 Part 16 Part 17 Part 18 Part 19 Part 20 Part 21 Part 22 Part 23 Elgin-Singleton-Stewart Cemetery House Family Cemetery Jessamine County Cemetery Information Maple Grove Cemetery Mitchell Family Cemetery Knight Cemetery Old Mitchell Family Cemetery Reynolds Family Cemetery Robinson Cemetery Sanders Cemetery Unknown Cemetery Unknown Cemetery Unknown Cemetery Richard Vale Farm Vintner Cobb Cemetery Jessamine County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Jessamine County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Cemetery List Capt. Wm Anderson Cemetery Antioch Christian Church Cemetery Arnett – Young Cemetery Arnold Cemetery Baker Farm Cemetery Beaumont Cemetery Blakeman Cemetery Blakeman Cemetery Bronaugh Cemetery John A. Brooks Cemetery Brumfield Cemetery Bruner Cemetery Christian Bruner Cemetery Brutus & Carl Peel Farm Cemetery Butler Family Graveyard Camp Nelson National Cemetery Carter Cemetery – Sugar Creek Pike Carter Cemetery – Gayhart Lane Cave Spring Cemetery Chapman Cemetery Cobb Cemetery Collins – Cleveland Cemetery Comley Cemetery Cook Brothers Farm Cemetery Corman Cemetery Cravens Cemetery Curd Cemetery Henry Day Cemetery – Hanly Dickerson Cemetery Dickerson Cemetery, Ky 169 Dinwiddie Cemetery Duncan...

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Biographical Sketch of L. M. Hudson

L. M. Hudson, farmer, Sec. 29; P. O. Oakland; born in Carter Co., Tenn., Sept. 5, 1809, where he engaged in farming until 24 years of age, when he removed to Jessamine Co., Ky., where he engaged in farming until 1851, when he removed to East Oakland Tp., Coles Co., Ill., and purchased 200 acres, upon which he has since continued to live, during a period of twenty-eight years; he has since added by purchase until he now owns 320 acres, upon which he has good buildings erected by himself; at the time of his locating here, corn was worth but six cents per bushel and pork $2 per hundred. He was married Oct. 23, 1833, to Sophia Rader; she was born in Virginia July 22, 1808; she died Feb. 13, 1866, leaving five children now living – Lemuel, Minervia, Jesse, John and Mary Jane. His marriage with Delilah J. Rutherford was celebrated Sept. 15, 1866; she was born in Dubois Co., Ind., Dec. 6, 1836; they have no children by this union. Mr. Hudson has filled the office of School Director four years in his district, and Road Commissioner the same length of...

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Biography of Charles J. Smith

Charles J. Smith, Manager of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company, was born in Nicholasville, Kentucky, March 13, 1854, and is the son of Charles F. and Z. A. ( Jackson) Smith. His father was a merchant at Nicholasville for several years, but in 1857, removed to Kansas City, Missouri, where he died in 1877. In the latter city, the subject of this sketch was educated in a private school until he reached the age of fourteen, when he entered Blackburn University at Carlinville, Illinois, from which institution he graduated in 1870. After graduation he spent one year as a clerk in a real estate office in Kansas City. In August, 1871, he began his railroad career as store-keeper in the employ of the Missouri River, Fort Scott & Gulf railroad, now known as the Kansas City, Springfield & Memphis railroad, being thus employed for a year and a half. This service was followed by a period of clerk-ship in the office of the Master Mechanic and as chief clerk of the motor power. He then spent three years as clerk in the auditor’s office of the same road and of the Leavensworth, Lawrence & Galveston railroad, afterwards known as the Kansas City, Leavensworth & Southern. In 1878, he became acting or assistant auditor of the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Gulf; Kansas City, Lawrence & Southern; Atkinson &...

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