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Would appreciate anyone that could possibly find an obit for me.
Name of deceased was: Reuben H. HICKS. Died: February 03, 1937 in Fulton,
Fulton Co. KY. Buried in the Liberty Baptist Cemetery in Fulton, KY.
Will gladly pay for copy and postage.
Any help would be appreciated.
My friends -
Pursuant to my pledge to keep the lists advised concerning maps of the
region, I am happy to report that duplicating masters have now been created
for the large KY Geologic Society maps which were created in the 1920-1931
time frame, and are, therefore, ready for copying for those who have an
interest in them.
I have created a web page which has the map descriptions and ordering
information, which can be found here:
So far, I have located maps for Ballard, Carlisle, Calloway, Graves,
Fulton, Hickman, Marshall, McCracken, Todd, Christian, Lyon, Livingston,
Caldwell, Hopkins, Logan, Warren, and Crittenden counties in western
Kentucky. Those who are interested in the area known as the Land Between
the Rivers(today known as The Land Between the Lakes) will be able to see
the area before it became a national park, with the forced eviction of the
inhabitants, on the Trigg, Lyon and Livingston maps. I also included the
1880 Proctor rectangular survey map of the JP region on the web site, in
the event that someone may be need a copy of that item.
I believe it is possible that I may have a few more maps of various
counties in Kentucky in storage, but, for now, the above is the current
The time I would normally have spent on preparing a data posting for today
was used in getting the web site prepared and ready to go. Tomorrow, we
will have another selection from Dr. Gordon Wilson.