yvonne hurt

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"A family tree can wither
if nobody tends its roots."
Genealogy without documentation is Mythology.?
I have always been interested in my families rich history
Judge Samuel "Major" Henderson
Col Richard Henderson who purchased 1/2 the state of Ky. from the indians
Daniel Boone
Col Samuel Henderson rescued three girls who had been captured by the Shawnee indians. These girls were: Elizabeth Calloway, whom he afterwards married, her sister, Fanny, daughters of Richard Callaway and Jemima Boone, daughter of Daniel. He was a colonel in the American Revolutionary War.
George Washington & Abraham Lincoln
my family rubbed shoulders with all
them......❤❤¸.•*ƸӜƷ*•.¸❤❤George Strother Gaines "He was so loved by the Indians" He assisted in removing the Choctaw tribes to a home beyond the Mississippi after exploring the county with their leaders in 1829
It has been said the civil war was fought all over my grt grt grandfather Riley Henderson`s land mysteriously the deed was lost and has never been found
and it is where Gen Felix Kirk Zollicoffer lost his life
than the Dalton Gang rode into town they were law men and after a year of waiting to be paid by the government they took matters into their own hands and started robbing banks to get compensated there was No way out but the gun after that.. the government claimed they were horse rustling and selling moonshine to the indians ...Henderson's were one of the first settlers
In the early days,and the chief means of making a living were farming,mining,and moonshining. WIlliam was known as "The King" of The Moonshiners Bell Co.," Lil South America"Bill Henderson was a Farmer and Black Smith and donated all 68 acres of his
land to Reverend Hiram Frakes for A church to be established along with a school.In the 1930s (when my part of the family moved out of Ky.)called the Henderson settlement they changed the towns name to Frakes in honor of the minister who established the Settlement.Five of Henderson's children graduated from the school bearing their father's name.WILLIAM BILL HENDERSON, b. December 24, 1865,d. April 16, 1932.
shot and killed by a derranged and schizophrenic stepson, over a piece of land the stepson was demanding.

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