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I searched the 1910 census for Daniel Spradlin and found this:
On April 16, 1910 on the Census, Daniel Spradlin lived in Magisterial District #4 Bewleyville (part of) and the incorporated place was Irvington with another word that looks like "lower" after it.
I didn't see a Railroad street in Irvington nor Bewleyville when looking at Google Maps. And it looks like only Irvington has same railroad tracks passing through it. And as for Bewleyville, it doesn't look like ANYTHING is there other than a crossroad.
--- On Thu, 9/9/10, Paul Sabol <pgsabol(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> From: Paul Sabol <pgsabol(a)yahoo.com>
> Subject: DAVIS in Breck County
> To: KYBRECKI(a)rootsweb.com
> Date: Thursday, September 9, 2010, 4:37 PM
> I came across this article from the
> Breckinridge News dated October 19, 1910:
> Mr. Henry Davis, of near Hardins-
> burg, has purchased a house on Rail-
> road street from Mr. Daniel Spradlin.
> Where would I look to see if I can find any documentation
> on this transaction? I think this Henry Davis may be
> my g-g-grandfather.
I came across this article from the Breckinridge News dated October 19, 1910:
Mr. Henry Davis, of near Hardins-
burg, has purchased a house on Rail-
road street from Mr. Daniel Spradlin.
Where would I look to see if I can find any documentation on this transaction? I think this Henry Davis may be my g-g-grandfather.