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African American's of Bourbon County

Submitted by Kellie Scott
 

Mary Florence Allen lived near Little Rock and was a representative of the prosperous African American middle class in Bourbon Co between the two world wars.


Samuel Buckner excelled in public speaking and was trained to preach and teach other slaves before the Civil War.  He established Little Rock Christian Church in 1861.  His grandson E. B. Towles was also a minister at Little Rock as well as the principal at Western High School.

Brother Stafford Campbell was the pastor of the Seventh Street Christian Church in Paris from 1842-1899.

 

Charles M. Mason successful grocer owned a successful grocery store near the post office on Fifth St in Millersburg KY in 1905.


Brentsville 4 H Community Improvement Project  1939-1940:  Teacher Thomas Jacobs, William Jackson, Lockhart Bredley, Wesley Johnson

 

Little Rock Christian Church Church Elders and Minister in early 1900's:  David January, Rev. R.E. Hathaway, Sing Hall, Jim Duncan, Cershaw Anderson, Clay Johnson, Green Cunningham, Charlie Duncan and Benny Freeman

Paris Western School 1926 Teachers:   Martha Bishop, Della M. Garner, Pauline Fisher, Professor E. B. Toles-principal

Paris Western 1928 Music Teacher and students:  teacher Christine Mebane Hamblin, students Miss Hamblin, Charles Buckner, Lewis Livas, Vernon Mack, James Ross Wilson

Paris Western Class of 1929:  Houston Hutchinson, Ella Brooks Scott, Kitty Sparks, Gertrude Ranson Hutsell,  Ora Del Jacobs, Mary Scroggins Hunter, Edna Patterson Wright, Lewis Livas, Vernon Mack, Charles Patterson, Charles Buckner, James Ross Wilson and John Frank Wilson