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Q: What inspired you to author this book? Q: How did you go about gathering up the photos? Many friends and individuals donated copies of their family photos and others from their collections, which added a great deal to the book, including several ly unpublished soldier images. Q: What are two or three of your favorite photos in the book and why?

I was fortunate to be able to include several interesting and ly unpublished soldier images. One of my favorites is the cover photo, which is a post-war view of the battle flag of the 4th Kentucky Infantry that had been carried in Period photos of Kentucky Confederate flags are extremely rare, and this one had never before been published in print form. Another of my favorites is a wartime image of Sgt. He posed fully armed Chat 2 girls on line in Dycusburg cavalry saber and revolver, and with a look of resolute determination on his face.

Q: The Civil War in Kentucky truly did pit brother against brother, family against family. Did you see instances of this in your research? In both brothers enlisted, Thomas in the Confederate army and Asa in the Federal forces. In an unbelievable coincidence, they both served in Company I of the 4th Kentucky Infantry, but in identically ed regiments in the opposing armies.

They both rose to the rank of sergeant in their units, and they actually met between the lines south of Chattanooga during a truce in the fall of Q: If you had to name the top five attractions for people to visit in Kentucky as far as Civil War sites or monuments are concerned, what would they be and why? Although it was rather quickly eclipsed by battles at Fort Donelson and Shiloh, Tennessee, the first ificant Union victory of the war was won at Mill Springs in Pulaski County in January The Mill Springs Battlefield Association has a new museum near the battlefield at Nancy, Kentucky, along with miles of battlefield trails with interpretive markers.

The largest battle of the war in Kentucky was fought at Perryville in Octoberand the battlefield is now a state park with a museum. Lakeland Funeral Home in Eddyville is handling the arrangements, where the family will receive friends today, November 13,from 5 until 8 p. Services will be at 11 a. Friday, November 14,at the funeral home chapel with the Rev.

Jim Keegan officiating. Family will serve as pallbearers. Interment will follow in Dycusburg Cemetery. My Grandmother was Lila Anne Wheeler. I have a picture of my grandmother with her father, Uncle Albert and Uncle John. From what I can tell Annie or Anna died when my grandmother was 1 a year old and my great-grandfather remarried to a Nannie K. Harris on the 18th of August in Clay Kentucky. From my grandparents 50th anniversary article in the local paper my Grandmother was raised in Mt Vernon Illinois before moving to Greeley Colorado and living with her aunt and uncle Gladys and J Smith Johnson.

About 10 years ago we passed through Marion and found a Wheeler Museum that had artifacts from the Wheeler family.

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I am looking to fill the gaps in the family history and would very much like to be in contact with any remaining family members in that area. I can be reached via e-mail at madron1 comcast. Thanks in advance for any information that I might be able to retrieve. Elizabeth was the wife of Jacob Nichols and we are pretty sure they had at least two children. On 21 AprilPermilia I. Nichols Leech married George Washington Hill. She was a daughter of Elizabeth Nichols Markham. In JanuaryGeorge borrowed money on his tobacco crop.

George appears with his family on the census for Livingston County and apparently it is the combined Nichols and Markham family. George is in the age group, males. There are three males in the age group. We figure they are John R. MarkhamWilliam Nichols and H. Berry Markham In the age group, male, is a person we cannot for. Elizabeth is in the age group, female. In the age group, female, are two: Permilia Nichols and Nancy Markham There is one female in the age group, Sally Markham who was born in Markham on the Cumberland [River]-Livingston County book 7, p.

Also 28 acres on the Cumberland [River]-Crittenden County book 19, p. On 27 DecemberGeorge and Elizabeth sold their farm. I assume this was her farm from Jake Nichols. We do not believe George W. We have not found a marriage record but believe A. Berry Markham, son of George W. On 16 MayGeorge W. Rhodes, daughter of Aquilla I. George W. Markham bought some land in Dycusburg on 1 Jan. Bond was ed by his son, John R. Crittenden County marriage records show that on 23 Aug. Markham married Margaret A. We did not find A. Have no idea what happened to Sarah Rhodes whom George married on 16 May Did not find any divorce or annulment records.

Crittenden County census for shows households of Washington Hill and his wife Permelia and their family.

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Living with them is William Nichols age Permelia and William are step-children of George W. Princeton, county seat of Caldwell County, marriage records show that on 17 Nov. Nancy Wells. Elijah Duncan ed the marriage bond. George and nancy are on the census for in Crittenden County, KY. Children were Mary 7, Lucille 6 and Sarah A. We didn't make any real effort but did not find Nancy's children James and Jasper. On 27 March George and nancy sold some of their land. We don't know for sure how many children George and Nancy had but there were twins, born on 27 MarchGeorge Marion and Helen Tilton.

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One of George W. Federal census for Crittenden County lists Nancy Markham, widowed, and living with her is her son George. Found nothing on Nancy Well's children and the only other child of George W. Nancy died 28 April and is buried in the Dycusburg Cemetery.

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She was born 27 July in Virginia. Buried near Nancy is Lucille F. Duncan, born 11 March and died 22 April Next to her is Elihu Noah Duncan, her husband, born and died William was in the age group and could have been a brother of George W. We found a James Markham in Scott County who was in the age group and his wife was in the same age group in the census. We believe this is the same James found in in Scott County.

James is shown as age 32 and his wife is Two children ages 9 and 5 are shown as born in Missouri. One child age 3 and the other 4 months are shown born in Kentucky. This would indicate that after they moved from Missouri to Kentucky.

James is shown as born in Kentucky. No doubt this was Lewis M. Sometime before James was gone from his family. We found where on 19 Oct. This could be Elizabeth's husband but we have no further information. When we first started working on this Markham family, it was our good fortune to contact Annie Markham Mabry. She is a great-granddaughter of George W. Annie kept talking of Berry's brother George M. She had a copy of George M. In this will he refers to his half-brother, James Wells, Nancy's son and his half-brother John Markham and two of John's children, was a brother of A.

Berry Markham. From this will we got enough information to write to California and got a death certificate on George M. Annie also told us her grandfather Berry had raised a cousin Tennessee Margaret. Margaret was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Thompson Markham.

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For some time we had figured that Berry and James were brothers but ages do not fit so we are assuming James was a brother of George W. Records show us George W. So, if our assumptions are true, and what Annie says is true, then the two were brothers and sometime between andtheir parents left Virginia and moved to Kentucky.

Note 1: We have divorce papers on George W. Francois County, Missouri, 2 June There is no positive proof, but there is a family in Wayne County, Kentucky who mostly spell their name Marcum. Head of one of the families was Archibald and we have records that list his children.

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