This is GREAT! Thanks...... Do you see that John Cameron in here Chuck?
From: Duane Hoover [mailto:JHoover@ix.netcom.com]
Sent: Friday, February 26, 1999 9:04 AM
Subject: Robertson County
Civil War Soldiers from Robertson and Other Areas Name;
Regiment;birth-death; wife;where burird and remarks.
James Ashcraft,CSA, Talitha, Kentontown
William Baker,CSA, Kentontown, captured and while in prison made a fork from
shinbone of Yankee. It is now in an KY museum. Ambrose
Barnett,USA,1843-1924,Ann Brewer,Mt.Olivet,7thKY Cal.
John Barnett,lUSA,1843-1924,FannyKing,Mt. Olivet,7th Ky Cal.
Alfred Beckett,CSA,Martha Cramer,Kentontown
John E. Benson,CSA,1842-1918,Elizabeth Marshall,Kentontown,elisted
1861,Camerons' Co.,A, !st KY batt.,latter in Co.G !st KY cal. Georoge Henry
Bradley,Cas, Elizabeth,Kentontown,enlisted Co. F 9th KY cal., Sept,15,1862.
Captured and imprisoned in Indiana.
Todd Brewer,USA,1924, Brewer graveyard
Capt. William Brewer,USA,Brewer graveyard,captured Elias Claypoole at
Flemingsburg,KY Marshall Brumgagem,CSA,1845-1908, Mary Catherine
Moreland,Piqua,was with Sherman on the famous March from Atlanta to the
sea,Co.H 5th KY Mounted Rifles at Prestonburg,KY George Buckler,USA,
1845-1919,Emily Bradley,Millersburg,KY Willis buckler,USA,Josephine
Purcell,Millerburg,KY;going into battle one day his company was ordered FIRE
and FALL.Buckler was in the rear and didn't hear the command.He saw the
entire company fall and thinking the whole outfit killed,ran 60 miles and
reported every man dead.
Orville G. Cameron,CSA,1819-1872,Susan A.,Kentontown,Captain and
Major,organized and led several companies of mounted infantry at Kentontown
Washington Irving Berry(called Irvin),son of Joseph T. and Nancy Clarke
Berry was born near Kentontown,Sept.21,1878. He attended the local
schools.In 1907 he graduated first in his class from Kentucky School of
Medicine.On Jan.9,1908,he married Nell Lee,the daughter of Nicholas Van Hook
and Elizabeth Hitch Lee.The marriage took place at the home of the brides
brother-in-law,Willard Duncan. The minister was the bride's grandfather, the
Rev. Z.M. Lee. Three daughters of this union survive.They are Mrs. R.H.
Gardiner(Maude Elizabeth),Mrs. George O'Connor(Nell) and Mrs. R.L.
Berry(Anne). On Jan.26,1921,he died at his home on Augusta,KY and burial was
in Kentontown cemetery. Dr.Berry along with his brothers Roy,Garrett,and
Burgess were born and reared on farm bougt by great-grandfatherJacob
Ashcraft,from Simon Kenton in 1803.
I can't figure how to post to your Robertson co.I have more soldiers which
I'll send later.We talked on the phone last year. You sent me Whaley
geneology. I'm from Charity Clark and John Whaleys daughter Sara(the one
people say didn't exist).