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From: Cynthia Adams [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 9:45 PM
Subject: RE: [KYNICHOL] A SARCASTIC thank you people!
I notice that everyone is commenting on Mr. Johnson's post. I emailed him
Wednesday night after I got home from work sometime after midnight. I gave
him information directly from the book, "History of Nicholas County" on John
Kincart. I hope it was helpful to him.
I grew up in Nicholas County and graduated from high school there in 1986.
As a matter of fact, although I now live in Morehead, KY, my mom still lives
there. I just drove there this evening to visit her. On my way there, I
stopped by the courthouse in Carlisle, to look at the statue that Mr.
Johnson spoke of. I've driven past it hundreds of times, but had never
stopped to look at it. It says on it exactly what the quotation in the
afore mentioned book says. Sitting right beside it is also a huge concrete
slab commemorating John's father, Samuel. It gives no mention to John's
duty in the Civil War that Mr. Johnson was wondering about. I also couldn't
find anything of John's involvement in the Civil War in "The History of
I just wanted to let everyone know that I am from Nicholas County and live
about an hour away now. I have to pass through Fleming County to get there.
If anyone needs a lookup done, please ask. I will be traveling to both
those counties more since the weather is starting to break, both to do
lookups for myself and for others who have requested one.
To those of you who have made a request in the last three or four months, I
promise I will get to them in the very near future. To say that my life
recently has been in turmoil would be putting it lightly. Anyway, I hope to
get everything back on track and since spring is here, I will get more
research done. Don't be afraid to ask for a lookup. Give as much detailed
information as you can. Within about two days before I travel to either
Fleming or Nicholas County, I will try to post a message on the board so
everyone can submit their requests.
Cynthia (Fisher) Adams
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