Rulers of Jerusalem- Boulogne Family (Bolling Family).

I cannot recall the original source of this information, but I have attached all that I had in hopes that interested parties can research further on this subject matter. The Bolling/ Bowling and various spellings have thought to have had their surname changed many times. The original spelling is thought to have been Boulogne, De …

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Breathitt County Feud 1903 (One of Many).

The Feud In Breathitt County - 1903(Thought to have been written by the president of the S.P. Lees College Institute in Jackson at the time of the feuds.) For several months the gaze of the public press had been turned almost daily upon the little mountain town of Jackson, Kentucky, the county seat of "Bloody …

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The Bowling Name in History

These stats were gathered after I read the book, "The Bowling Name in History" by Ancestry. I have listed some of the most interesting numbers: The Bowling Name in HistoryTimeline in History1840- 110 Bowling Families with most living in Kentucky. (21).1861-1865- 163 Bowling Union Soldiers and 358 Confederate Soldiers.1880- Top Bowling US Occupations- Keeping house, …

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Bowling Fun Facts…..

 The Bowling Name in History Timeline in History 1840- 110 Bowling Families with most living in Kentucky. (21). 1861-1865- 163 Bowling Union Soldiers and 358 Confederate Soldiers. 1880- Top Bowling US Occupations- Keeping house, farmer, laborer, at home. 1881 England- Most Bowling residents lived in Lancashire and Yorkshire Counties 1900-1170 Bowling Families with most living …

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Pocahontas and Her Family- (One View).

 Pocahontas and Family (Please note, I am sharing this article with you as it is written. There are many views on Pocahontas so read, review and distinguish what you see as truth. It does contain grammatical errors, but I left it as such so show the author's authenticity.) Our understanding of the Powhatan and surrounding …

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John Renty Baker- First Settler of Owsley County, Kentucky.

   Owsley County was formed in 1843 from portions of Clay, Breathitt, and Estill Counties and was named for Governor William Owsley. Owsley County was Kentucky's 96th county. Parts of Owsley County were used to form Jackson County in 1858 and Lee County in 1870. The first settlers in Owsley County were John Renty Baker and …

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