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Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia

Robert Foster Johnson

Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia

by Robert Foster Johnson

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Published by McDowell Publications in Owensboro, Ky. (1233 Sweeney St., Owensboro 42301) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky,
  • Tennessee,
  • Virginia,
  • Kentucky.,
  • Tennessee.,
  • Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Kentucky.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Tennessee.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Virginia.,
    • Cemeteries -- Kentucky.,
    • Cemeteries -- Tennessee.,
    • Cemeteries -- Virginia.,
    • Kentucky -- Genealogy.,
    • Tennessee -- Genealogy.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Robert Foster Johnson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF450 .J63 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination282 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages282
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3259385M
      LC Control Number83179147

      [3] Dates taken from the Salem Reform Church on Newberg Road. [4] Verified from data in book entitled, "The Early History of Valley Station, Kentucky", published by "The Valley Woman's Club" of Valley Station, KY and a listing from "Wilderness Road Cemeteries of Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" by Robert Foster Johnson. The Kentucky Road was the first pathway to Middle Tennessee for American settlers. The Middle Tennessee pioneers of followed Daniel Boone's Wilderness Road via the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky, but then split off that road and headed southwest on the north side of the Cumberland River toward the salt licks, hunting grounds, and prime farmlands of Middle Tennessee.[1].

      “THE WILDERNESS ROAD” sums up the iconic meaning of the lives of Daniel Boone and the thousands of settlers who poured after him though the great gap into Kentucky. In its various forms as frontier trail, wagon road, stage route, and antebellum turnpike, the road directed pilgrims and travelers to the West. Kentucky cemetery records. [Lexington?]: Kentucky Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Call # folio FD28 (Volumes , and 5), E (Volumes ). Johnson, Robert Foster. Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Owensboro, KY: McDowell, c Call # folio FJ

      Get this from a library! The Wilderness road. [Robert L Kincaid; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- First volume of series to commemorate our national trails. This particular study extends through three centuries, beginning in The Wilderness Road was the principal route used by settlers for more than 50 years to reach Kentucky from the East.. This project is for profiles of people who traveled or settled along the Wilderness Road between and Not only was the original trail extremely rough, steep, and narrow, it was dangerous with attacks from Indians and outlaws.


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Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia by Robert Foster Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Wilderness Road started at Bristol, Virginia (splitting off the Great Valley Road) and headed west along the Virginia-Tennessee border to the Cumberland Gap, across the nearby Cumberland River, and then Tennessee and Virginia book northwest to Boonesborough, Kentucky. Eventually, a western spur of the road would reach Harrodsburg, and then Louisville, Kentucky on.

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Harbold Cemetery Please email your coordinators if you have any additonal information regarding this cemetery. The material contained on this page was derived from the book "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" by Robert Foster Johnson for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, which holds the.

Burials in Kentucky cemeteries along the old Wilderness Road are recorded in: Johnson, Robert Foster. Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Owensboro, Kentucky: McDowell Publications, FHL book V3j.

The Wilderness Road led from Virginia through northern Tennessee and into Kentucky. Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Owensboro, Kentucky: McDowell Publications, FHL book V3j; The Wilderness Road led from Virginia through northern Tennessee and into Kentucky.

The source is arranged by state, county, then cemetery. Tennessee is listed on pages – The Wilderness Road was one of two principal routes used by colonial and early national era settlers to reach Kentucky from the East.

Although this road goes through the Cumberland Gap into southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee, the other (more northern route) is sometimes called the "Cumberland Road" because it started in Fort Cumberland in Maryland.

The names below were derived from the book "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" (WR) by Robert Foster Johnson for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, which holds the copyright to this work.

The opening of the Wilderness Road enabled the founding of the first settlements in Kentucky, including Transylvania Colony–which became. The material contained on this page was derived from the book "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" by Robert Foster Johnson for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, which holds the copyright to this information.

Kentucky Doomsday Book. Kentucky Secretary of State, Land Office website. Krakow, Jere L. Location of the Wilderness Road at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, August Pension Application of Charles Bickley, September 8,Russell County, Virginia.

U.S. Revolutionary War. Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia by Robert Foster Johnson. Published by McDowell Publications in Owensboro, Ky. ( Sweeney St., Owensboro ). Written in English. : Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia (): Books.

Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia [Robert Foster Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wilderness Road cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia by Robert Foster Johnson; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cemeteries, Genealogy, Registers of births; Places: Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia.

A Kentucky cemetery records database is available through the Kentucky Historical Society website. In the Kentucky Historical Society began computerizing extant cemetery records for the state. Cemetery tombstone transcriptions are included in the Ardery collection (see Kentucky Periodicals, Newspapers, and Manuscript Collections).

The tombstone data below was derived from the book by Robert Foster Johnson entitled "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia", a McDowell Publication.

At the time of printing Mr. Johnson did not have a name for this cemetery. Harbold Cemetery Please email your coordinators if you have any additonal information regarding this cemetery. The material contained on this page was derived from the book "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" by Robert Foster Johnson for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, which holds the copyright to this information.

The following cemetery works were done with contributions by Alan Murray (AM) and excerpts from the book, "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia", by Robert Foster Johnson, for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association. None of these cemeteries have a complete listing.Buy Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.The Cumberland Gap is a pass through the long ridge of the Cumberland Mountains, within the Appalachian Mountains, near the junction of the U.S. states of Kentucky, Virginia, and is famous in American colonial history for its role as a key passageway through the lower central Appalachians.

Long used by Native American nations, the Cumberland Gap was brought to the .