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A comprehensive every name index for finding Kentucky ancestors. This index is composed of two parts. The first part is a topic index, and is cross-referenced, including by county and by type of records. The second part is an every-name index, listing each name as it appears, and this includes all published queries. The name of the person submitting the query is also included and identified with a "Q" code.
Church existed from 1854-1936, merged with daughter church (Zion)--Cf. p. v-vi. Includes index. Contents: "Baptism and confirmation records" -- "Marriage and death register" -- "Minute book of the church meetings" --" Constitution."
333 pages. Reprint of original published: Evansville, Ind.: Amelia W. Dyer, 1898. "But the great factor in this gigantic struggle--the soldier in the ranks--he who endured privation, cold, hunger and imprisonment, and faced death in the hospital, on the bloody field and in all its shapes, who for sake of principle sacrificed even life to uphold convictions of right and made possible the fame of Lee, Jackson, Johnston, Grant, Sherman and McPherson, has had no gifted friend to record his acts of heroism and self-denial. For this reason I write this book"--Introduction.
Guidebook; 107 pages. "Reporters from WKYT-TV, Lexington; WYMT-TV, Hazard; and WBKO-TV, Bowling Green are your hosts for a series of news segments featuring one tank trips to Kentucky attractions events and leisure travel destinations. This guide is very Timely as friends and families plan shorter vacations as everyone struggles with ever-rising gas prices"--Page 7.
Biography; 83 pages. Too often today, our heroes wear brightly colored uniforms with their names across the back and do elaborate dances in the end zone to call even more attention to themselves. Not so with Larry Turner. This is the story of a man who never sought attention for himself, a quiet gentle man of great intellect who triumphed over many personal hardships while working selflessly for the benefit of others. Larry Turner perished in the 2006 crash of flight 5191 at Lexington, Kentucky. Never seeking attention for himself, this biography relates his triumph over personal hardships while working selflessly to inspire others.
There is no richer tradition in college sports than University of Kentucky basketball. The book recounts the school's glorious roundball history through timeless stories from the players and coaches who shaped it. Some stories will leave the reader howling with laughter, others will inspire tears, but all will enable the reader to experience Kentucky basketball like never before.
There is no richer tradition in college sports than University of Kentucky basketball. Tales from the Kentucky Locker Room recounts the school's glorious roundball history through timeless stories from the players and coaches who shaped it. Some of the stories will leave the reader howling with laughter, others will inspire tears, but all will enable the reader to experience a feeling of closeness to the unique phenomenon that is Kentucky basketball. Former University of Kentucky play-by-play telecaster Denny Trease highlights the hilarious anecdotes and poignant tales told and retold during more than 70 years of Wildcat mania. From the Adolph Rupp era through the new millennium, there has been an endless parade of legendary characters associated with the Big Blue basketball machine, including all-time leading scorer Dan Issel, Kenny Walker, C. M. Newton, and many more. Their remarkable on-court performances, zany antics, and sometimes-subtle one-liners make Tales from the Kentucky Locker Room a must-read for any Wildcat fan.