dollars reward for two negro slaves who ran off in Nicholas County, if
found secure them in jail or deliver them to the Upper Blue Licks, John
Court of Bourbon will sell slaves of Nathanial Parrish, Dec’d, John
sale at Grant’s Old Station, in Bourbon County, 1820.
hire, will take pork for payment, John Syme, 1820.
Timberlake wishes to hire a negro woman until Christmas, 1826.
Circuit Court will sell Larry’s Heirs Slaves at Stipp’s Crossroads, in
Bourbon County, 1826. (* I believe this surname to actually be Lairy,
prominent family in this area-Kellie Scott)
of Slaves of Elizabeth Ashurst by Robert Ashurst, 1838.
at public auction in town of Paris, on the Public Square, belonging to
the estate of James Whaley, deceased, 1847.
blacks, address of Messrs. Davis and Williams, the candidates to
represent this county, in the state convention. 1849
For sale 6
negroes, by Executors of George Edwards, dec’d. property of Elizabeth
Edwards, deed at residence of George Smith four miles NE of Paris on
Barnett of Lincoln County, emancipated 19 slaves and took them to Cinn.,
Ohio to buy them land in Ohio and Indiana, 1859.
Slaves, John and George S. Grimes, 1860.
hiring of slaves and renting of land by Peter Hedges, Guardian of A.S.
negroes have been seized by the Rebels, in the vicinity of Bowling
Green, recovered in Nashville, and returned to their masters, 1862.
taken to Cincinnati from Lexington on Saturday and manumitted. 1862
of Slaves at the late residence of William Scott, about two miles from
Hutchison’s Station, 1863.
to persons who have had negroes impressed for government work call on
Col. Simpson who will pay the demands of all claimants of such labor,
Nelson, Notify owners at once that negroes must be returned after the
Bramblett and Gov. Robinson also issue orders to enroll negroes in our
free colored persons liable to military duty in the 6th
Congressional District in 1090 slaves and 102 free, 1864.
the county are requested to report all pauper negroes in their Districtx,
prosecute any persons harboring any of my negroes, Joshua Owings, 1865.
Chronological Accounts as Published in the Western Citizen Newspaper
Compiled by Patty Marsh Biddle