Location: Russell County KY

Biographical Sketch of J. S. Garner, M. D.

J. S. Garner, M. D., Salisbury; was born in Russell Co., Ky., Oct. 14, 1831; at the age of 18, he went to Lancaster, Garrard Co., Ky., where he studied medicine in the office of J. S. Pierce, M. D., for three years; after which, he attended a course of lectures in Louisville, Ky., and commenced the practice of medicine in Wayne Co., Ky., and continued there up to the year 1863, when, having recruited. Co. K, 48th Regt. Ky. Vols., was elected its First Lieutenant, and, having served for eighteen months in our late civil war, moved to Salisbury, Coles Co., and has been practicing medicine there ever since. He has held the office of Postmaster for ten years, and holds it at the present time. He married in Wayne Co., Ky., April 24, 1854, Miss Minnie E. Roberts, daughter of ‘Squire Roberts; they have seven children – Mary E., Emma A., John P. L., Minnie M., Viola B., Edwin M. S. and Lulu...

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Russell County, Kentucky Census Records

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Russell County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Russell County Russell County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Russell County USGenWeb Archives Project Aaron Cemetery Ben-Allen Cemetery Bernard Cemetery Bethel Cemetery , Partial Bethel Cemetery #2 Chapman/Handley Cemetery Choat Cemetery Coffey Friendship Cemetery Concord Cemetery Cosby Wilson Cemetery Fairview Cemetery Flanagan Cemetery Grider Cemetery S.E. Hadley Cemetery Hare Cemetery Hudson Cemetery Kerns Cemetery Kimbler Cemetery Mt. Hope Cemetery , Partial Pleasant Hill Cemetery Rippetoe Springs Cemetery Robertson Family Cemetery Shepherd Cemetery Sullivan Family Cemetery Unnamed (Hicks?) Cemetery Wilkerson Cemetery Williams Family Cemetery Russell County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Russell County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Old Friendship Cemetery Humble Cemetery Kean Cemetery...

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Biography of William E. Rippetoe

William E. Rippetoe. When the veterans of the lumber business in Kansas are mentioned, there is a place for William E. Rippetoe, who now has two yards, one of them at Havana, where he resides. Thirty years of active experience constitute his record, and furthermore he is one of the old-timers of Kansas, his family having been transplanted to this state when Kansas was still a frontier territory and a battle-ground of contention between the North and South. There has been something of the pioneer spirit apparently in every generation. One of his ancestors was banished from France along with many other Huguenots who did not receive even wore treatment during the era of persecution. Then after the family had been transferred to American soil there was another representative, William Rippetoe, great-grandfather of the lumberman above mentioned, who did loyal duty as a member of Washington’s staff during the Revolution. John Rippetoe, the grandfather, was born in 1790 in that part of old Virginia which subsequently by division became the State of West Virginia. As a young man he journeyed down the Ohio and found a satisfying place to live and work out his destiny in Kentucky, where he became a farmer, and died in Russell County in 1863. From Kentucky John Rippetoe, Jr., who was born in Russell County in 1829, moved into northwest Missouri, and while living...

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