Mary Ingles Chapter
Fort Thomas, Campbell County, Kentucky
The Chapter was named for Mary Ingles the first white woman known
to enter any part of Kentucky. She was captured by Shawnees at her
home in Draper Meadows, in what is now West Virginia, and brought
to Kentucky as a prisoner in 1755. She escaped while on a salt making
trip at Big Bone Lick in present day Boone County Kentucky.
Our meetings are usually held the first Wednesday of each month.
Some meetings are on Saturdays or in the evening so that all members have an opportunity to attend a meeting.
|Vice Regent||Esther Drewry|
|Recording Secretary||Valeria Amburgey|
|Corresponding Secretary||Sue Huff|
An Extraordinary Woman, And equal to Any Emergency
by Joan Vannorsdall Schroeder
This page created on 18 February 2000
Page Updated 25 January 2016
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