Bourbon, Scott Harrison and Nicholas
WITH AN OUTLINE SKETCH OF'
THE BLUE GRASS REGION,
By ROBERT PETER, M. D.EDITED BY WILLIAM HENRY PERRIN.
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Table of Contents:
THE BLUE GRASS REGION OF KENTUCKY-It was a Favorite Hunting Ground of the Indiana-Origin of the Blue Grass-Its Adaptation to a Limestone Soil-Agricultural Excellence of it-Nourishing Properties over other Grasses-Why the Soil of the Blue Grass Region is Fertile --Geographical Extent of the Blue Grass Region
CHAPTER I.-Bourbon, Scott and other Counties-Their Geological Formations - The Blue Limestone of Kentucky-Timber and Soils of Bourbon County-Analysis, etc.-Cane Ridge Lands-Surface Features and Timber ofScott-Chemical Examination of the Soils and Limestone of Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties
CHAPTER II.-The Mound Builders and Pre-Historic Times-Earliest Inhab-itants of the country-Monuments and Fortifications of the Lost Races-Relics of them in Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties-The Indians -Their Occupation of Kentucky-Depredations upon the Whites-Disastrous Defeat at the Blue Licks, etc
CHAPTER III Settlement of Bourbon County-Early Trials and Tribulationsof the Pioneers-Life in the Wilderness-The County Organized and itsMachinery set in Motion-Name of County, its Capital Located, etc-PublicBuildings, etc-County Officers, Past and Present-The Census, Civil Divisions, etc., etc
CHAPTER IV-Pioneer Christianity-Early Meetings and Building of Churches-pioneer Ministers-The Cane Ridge Revival and the Rev. Barton W. Stone-Churches at Present-Educational History-State Aid to Schools-The Superintendent's Report-Colored Schools of the County-ColoredSchool Fund-The Press, etc
CHAPTER V.-Internal Improvements-Turnpikes and Macadamized Roads-Lexington & Maysville-Other Roads-Stage-Coaches, Bridges, etc -Railroads-Their Building-Agriculture in the County-Negro Slavery-Statistics-Fair Associations, Societies, etc.-Their Officers- Distilleries, etc.
CHAPTER VI.--Short-Horn Cattle Interests-Adaptability of Bourbon County for Cattle Raising-Breeders of Short-Horns-Gen. Garrard, Rev. Gano, The Clays, Bedfords and others-importing of Cattle-The Northern Kentucky Importing Association - Some Noted Herds-The Short-HornRecord
CHAPTER VII-War History-Bourbon County's Record-The RevolutionaryWar and Indian Troubles-Our Second Collision with the British Lion-Capt. Garrard's Company-The Mexican War-Capt. W. E. Simms Raisesa Company-Late War between the States-The Blue and the Gray-Incidents
CHAPTER VIII.-Paris Precinct-Introductory, Descriptive and Topographical-Early Settlement by White People-Their Pioneer Troubles and Difficulties-Block Houses and Stockades-Early Industries, Mills, Distilleries, etc.-Turnpike Roads-Pioneer Churches and Preachers-Schools
CHAPTER IX.-City of Paris-Introductory-Selecting a Site for the Town-The names of Bourbonton and Hope well- Every-Day Life of the Settlers-First Brick House-Taverns, etc.-Theatricals and other Pastimes-SomeDistinguished Pioneers-Peroration
CHAPTER X.-City of Paris-Early Period of the Town and its Growth-Pioneer Politics-Improvements of the City-War Excitement and Soldiers-Transient Prosperity after the War-Burning of the Court House-Central University-Murphy Temperance Movement-Cholera, etc
CHAPTER XI. -City of Paris-The Church History-Introduction of the Gospel-Building of the First Churches-Presbyterian Organization the firstin the County-Other Denominations-The Barnes' Revival-Benevolent Institutions-The Press-Odds and Ends Generally
CHAPTER XII-City of Paris-Educational History-The Bourbon Academy-Public and Private City Schools-The Garth Fund-A Sketch of Mr. Garth-Catholic Institutions-Colored Schools and Societies-Some Manufacturing and Miscellaneous Notices
CHAPTER XIII.-Millersburg Precinct-Descriptive and Topographical-Timber Growth, etc.-Settlement of the Whites-Their Hardships and Privations- Early Industries and Pioneer Improvements-Turnpike Roads andBridges-Church and School History, etc
CHAPTER XIV.-Town of Millersburg-Its Founder and Projector-EarlyGrowth, Prosperity and Manufacturing Interests-Churches and ChurchHistory-Sunday Schools--Secret Societies, etc.-The Cemetery-Schoolsand Colleges-Their History and Influence
CHAPTER XV.-Flat Rock Precinct-Boundaries, Topography and SurfaceFeatures-The Settlement by White People-Hard Life in the Wilderness-Improvements and Pioneer Industries-Schools and Churches-Villages,etc.-Masonic Lodge-Mastodon Skeleton
CHAPTER XVI -North Middletown Precinct-Topographical and Descriptive-Occupation of its Territory by the Pioneers-Early Trials and Troubles-Roads, Bridges and other Improvements-Villages-Churches andPreachers-Schools-Kentucky Classical College, etc
CHAPTER XVII.-Clintonville Precinct-General Description-Physical Features-Early Settlers-Difficulties Encountered-Pioneer Industries andImprovements-Church History-Schools, Villages, etc.-An old MasonicLodge, etc., etc
CHAPTER XVIII.-Hutchinson Precinct-Description, Topography, Boundaries, etc.-The Coming of the Pale Faces-Early Struggles with Dangers and Privations-Villages -Pioneer Improvements, Roads, Bridges, etc. Religious and Education --Hutchinson Academy
CHAPTER N IX.-Centerville Precinct-Physical Features, Boundaries andTopography-Settlement of the Whites-The Oldest Man in the Precinct-Early Trials and Difficulties-Pioneer Industries and Improvements-Churches and Schools-Distilleries, etc
CHAPTER XX.-Ruddel's Mills Precinct-Topography, Boundaries and Physical Features-Settlements, Villages, etc-Earliest History-The Ruddel Family-Pioneer Improvements and Industries-Church History and Early Preachers
CHAPTER I.-Early Settlement of Scott County by White People-Their Conflicts with the Savages-Vicissitudes of Wilderness Life-Formation of theCounty and Its Civil Organization-Public Buildings-Civil Divisions-Population-Elections, County Officers, etc -Political
CHAPTER II.-Moral Improvement and Development-Early Churches andChurch History-Rev. Gano and other Pioneer Preachers-Education, Early Schools, Etc.-Education of the Colored People-Col. Johnson's Indian School-The Newspapers, etc., etc.
CHAPTER III.-Internal Improvements-Early Legislation on Roads-Layingout Roads in Kentucky-Railroads of Scott County-Agriculture-A Sketch of It by J. A. Gano, Sr-Agricultural Statistics-Associations and their Officers-Distilling of Whisky
CHAPTER IV.-The Cattle Interest of Scott--Breeders of Short-Horns and the General Improvement of Cattle-The First Stock Breeders and Importers -Sale of Short-Horns at "Long" Prices-The Different Herds of the County-Fine Sheep and Sheep Raising
CHAPTER V.-War History of the County-Its Revolutionary Heroes-IndianTroubles.-The War of 1812-Col. Dick Johnson's Regiment-Battle of the Thames and Death of Tecumseh--Our Difference with Mexico-ScottCounty in the Late Civil War
CHAPTER VI--Georgetown Precinct --Introductory, Descriptive and Topo-graphical-Early Settlement of White People-Hard Times and FrontierLife-Pioneer Industries and Improvements-Roads and Turnpikes- Schools-Science Hill Academy-Villages--Churches and Preachers
CHAPTER VII.-City of Georgetown-Its Earliest History-McClelland's Fort-A School Notice-The Town Incorporated-Elijah Craig-Paper Mill.Tanneries, Stores, etc.-Other Early Settlers-Rittenhouse Academy-Village Growth and Improvement-First Court House
CHAPTER VIII.-City of Georgetown-Growth and Improvement-The GanoFamily-The Stevensons, Offutts, Josiah Pitts and other Pioneers-Village Organization-Election of Trustees-Manufactories and Business Interests-Miscellaneous Matters, etc., etc
CHAPTER IX.-City of Georgetown-Religious and Educational-The Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians-Organization of Societies-Pioneer Ministers-The Christian Church-Barton W. Stone-Other Denominations- The Colored Churches, etc.-Georgetown College-Its Formation and Endowment-Present Condition-Bacon College-The Military Institute -Female Academy-Other Select Institutions of Learning, etc.,
CHAPTER X.-White Sulphur Precinct-Its Surface Features and PhysicalGeography-While Settlement-Hard Times in the Wilderness-SchoolHistory-Johnson's Indian School-The Old Town of Sodom-White Sulphur-Catholic Church and School
CHAPTER XI-Stamping Ground Precinct-General Description. Timbers, etc.-Settlement of White People-Their Early Trials and Tribulations-Pioneer Improvements and Industries-Schools and Churches-Villages,etc., etc
CHAPTER XII.-Lytle's Fork Precinct-Topographical and Descriptive-Coming of the Pioneer.-Their Early Hardships and Toils-Early Industries,comprising Mills, Bridges, etc.-The Churches-Schools and SchoolhousesVillages, etc
CHAPTER XIII.-Big Eagle Precinct-Its Description and Topography-Advent of the White Man-Early Difficulties and Trials-Pioneer Industriesand Improvements- Religious-The Particular Baptists-Schools and Villages
CHAPTER XIV.-Turkey Foot Precinct-Topographical and Physical Features-Settlement of the Pioneers-Their Hard and Rough Life-Pioneer improvements-Roads, Bridges, etc.-Origin of the Name of Turkey Foot-Churches, Schools, Villages, etc.. etc
CHAPTER XV.-Oxford Precinct-Boundaries, Topography and Surface Features-Timber Growth, etc.-Early Settlement-The Life of the PioneerOn the Frontier-Roads, Mills and Other Improvements-Schools andChurches-Village, etc
CHAPTER XVI.-Newtown Precinct-Descriptive and Topographical Features-Pioneer Occupation--Trials and Hardship of the Settlers-Mill, Roads, Bridges, etc.-Methodists and other Early Churches --Schools-Newtown Village
CHAPTER I-Early Settlement or Harrison County-Life in the Wilderness-Its Hardships and Privation --Organization of the County-The Erectionof Public Buildings--Laying off the County into Election Precincts-TheCensus since 1800--County Officers, etc., etc.
CHAPTER II Religious History of the County, Pioneer Churches and Pioneer Preachers-- Christianity at the Present Day-Educational --The Schools of the County--Schoolhouses and their Furnishings-- Superintendent's Report-- Colored Schools, etc.
CHAPTER III.- Internal Improvement -- Turnpike Roads and Bridges-TheRailroad History of the County-Whisky Making as a Commercial Interest Some of the Distilleries--- Agriculture-- Fair Associations and Officers--Statistics, etc.
CHAPTER IV.-Short-Horn Cattle Interest-Early Introduction of Fine Cattle Into Kentucky-Different Importations and Importing Companies-The 17's, and Their Breeding and Quality of Stock-Present Breeders and Their Extensive Herds, etc ,etc
CHAPTER V.-War History of the County-Her Pioneers in the Revolutionary Army-The War of 1812 and its Recruits from this Section-Our War withMexico and Its Results-The War of the Rebellion Harrison County'sBlue and Gray .
CHAPTER VI.-Cynthiana a Precinct-Description and Topography-Timber Growth, etc.-Early Settlement of White People-"Rough Habit, Coarse Fare and Severe Duty "-Pioneer Manufactures and Industries-Churches, Schools, Villages, etc., etc
CHAPTER VII-City of Cynthiana-Laid Out as us Town and Granted a Charter-Cynthia and Anna-Some Old Houses and Landmarks-Bridges and River Improvements-First Sale of Town Lots-Courts, Officers, etc.Prayer of Judge Reed-War, etc
CHAPTER VIII -Cynthiana-Early Mills and Other Manufactories-Pioneer Merchants and Mercantile Establishments -- Marriages -- Postmasters and Post Offices-Physicians. Diseases and Epidemics-Later IndustriesBanks and Banking Institutions
CHAPTER IX-Cynthiana-Secret and Benevolent Institutions-The Press--Bishop Kavanaugh as a Printer-Educational History-Harrison Academy-Graded Schools-.Education Among the Colored People-The Moore Fund, etc
CHAPTER X-Cynthiana-Christianity in an Early Day-Pioneer MinistersThe Methodists and Presbyterians-Other Church Organizations-Formation of Colored Churches-Richard Henderson and Isaac Miller-Church Summary
CHAPTER XI -Sylvan Dell Precinct-Boundaries and Topography Settlement by White People-Their Trials and Troubles-Pioneer Industries--Laying Out Villages and Their Growth-Churches and Preachers Schools, Schoolhouses, etc
CHAPTER XII -Richland Precinct-Topography, Physical Features, etcComing of the Pioneers-Their Early Life in the Wilderness-Improvements and Industries-Roads, Mills, etc.-Church History-Schools and School History-Villages, etc
CHAPTER, XIII.-Berry Precinct-Topographical and Descriptive-Settlement of the Pale Faces-Their Life on the Frontier-Mills, Distilleries, and Other Improvements-Early Churches and Preachers-Educational Interests-Villages
CHAPTER XIV-Rutland Precinct-Its Description, Topography and Surface Features-Early Settlement-Hard Life and Frontier Vicissitudes-Pioneer Industries and Improvements-Early Churches-Villages and Educational history of Precinct
CHAPTER XV-Unity Precinct-Topographical Features-Timber Growth, etc.-Pioneer Occupation of the Precinct-Early Trials and Troubles Mills, Roads, and Other Improvements-Schools and Educational Advantages-Churches, etc
CHAPTER XVI -Leesburg Precinct-General Description-Topographical Features-Settlement of the Whites-Life in the Wilderness-Hard Times. etc.-Mills, Roads, Distilleries-Religious and Educational History-Villages, etc., etc
CHAPTER XVII -Claysville Precinct-Surface and Physical Features--Advent of the Pioneers-Their Buffets with Wild Beasts and Indiana-Pioneer Industries and Manufactories-Churches and Church History Schools and Teachers-Villages, etc
CHAPTER I -Early Settlement of Nicholas County-Rough Life on the Frontier-The Difficulties Met With-The County Organized-The Courts and Officers-Blue Lick Springs-Public Buildings of the County-Election Precincts-The Census, etc., etc
CHAPTER II -Moral and Educational Development in the County-The Organization of Churches-Pioneer Preachers-The Deering Camp Ground--Educational History-Schools and School History-Statistics-Colored Schools, etc.
CHAPTER III--Internal Improvements, etc.-The Old Maysville Road-Other Turnpikes-Bridges Turnpikes and Railroads.-Building of the Kentucky Central-Distilleries-Agriculture-Its Rise, Progress and Growth In Nicholas County, etc., etc
CHAPTER IV.-Fine Stock Interests of Nicholas-The First Improvement In Cattle-Importation of Short-Horns, and Their Adaptation to the, Blue Grass Region-Some of the Breeders of the County and Their Herds- Value of Cattle-Raising-Fine Sheep, etc
CHAPTER V.-Carlisle Precinct-Its General Description and Topography-Early Settlement and Pioneer Life-Manufacturing Enterprises and Industries-The Old Buffalo Trace Roads, etc-Schools and Teachers-Churches, etc
CHAPTER VI.-City of Carlisle-Laying out the Town-First Sale of Lots-Public Buildings, Hotels, etc.-Business Enterprises and Manufactories-Mills, Tanneries and Stores-Names of Some of the Original Lot Owners and Settlers-Early Officers, etc
CHAPTER VIE-Carlisle- Amusements and Entertainments-More of theManufacturing Interests -Anecdote of Col. Russell-The Maysville Pike-Cholera Epidemic, Deaths, etc-Internal Improvements-Rebel Raid Newspapers, etc
CHAPTER VIII.-Carlisle-Its Religious History-The Presbyterian Church-Rev. Mr. Rankin its First Pastor-Organization of other Churches-Elder Rogers-A Sketch of his Life-Some other Eminent Preachers-MasonicFraternity, etc
CHAPTER IX-Carlisle-A Chapter of Biographies-Coy. Metcalfe, otherwise"Old Stone Hammer "-Business Men, Past and Present, and Pioneers ofthe Town-Some of their Oddities, Peculiarities and Eccentricities
CHAPTER X.-Lower Blue Licks Precinct-General Outline and Topography-Early Settlement-Life on the Frontier-Blue Lick Springs-The SaltMakers-Their Capture by the Indians-Battle of Blue Licks-Churches, Schools and Villages
CHAPTER XI.-Headquarters Precinct-Topography-Boundary, Physical, etc.-Early History-Settlement of the Whites-Villages, etc., etc.-Turnpikes and other Improvements-Churches and Church History-Schools, Secret Societies, etc., etc
CHAPTER XII.-Ellisville Precinct-Its Broken Surface and General Topography-Early Settlement-Pioneer Industries and Improvements-Ellisville as the County Seat-Its Former Glory and Present Desolation-Educational and Religious History
CHAPTER XIII.-Union Precinct-Descriptive, Topographical, etc, etc.-Incident of Somerset Creek-Settlement of the Pioneers-Early Improvements and Industries-Mills and Roads-Churches, Schools and Villages,
CHAPTER XIV.-Buzzard Roost, or Upper Blue Licks Precinct-Name of Buzzard Roost-General Topography-Early Settlement-Rough Life of thePioneers-Improvements, etc.-Churches-The Deering Camp-Ground-Schools and Villages
HORSE INTERESTS F' BOURBON, SCOTT AND HARRISON COUNTIES Index:
Abbett, Abbott, Abnee, Abner, Accerman, Adair, Adams, Addams, Addison, Adger, Adkinson, Ahrens, Ainsworth, Aker, Akers, Alexander, Allen, Allender, Allentharp, Allison, Allman, Alsop, Ambrose, Amende, Ament, Ames, Ammerman, Ammermans, Ammon, Ammons, Amos, Anderson, Andrews, Anno, Antle, Antrobus, Apperson, Applegate, Arbogast, Archdeacon, Archer, Ardery, Argo, Armstrong, Arnett, Arnold, Artus, Asbury, Ashbrook, Ashbrooks, Ashby, Ashcraft, Ashford, Ashley, Ashpaw, Ashurst, Askew, Atchison, Atkins, Atkinson, Atmore, Aubrey, Austin, Autle, Avery, Avirett, Ayres, Bacon, Bagg, Bagley, Bailey, Bain, Baird, Baker, Baldoc, Baldwin, Ball, Baltzell, Banister, Banks, Banta, Banton, Barbee, Barber, Barbour, Barclay, Barger, Barker, Barkley, Barkly, Barley, Barlow, Barnes, Barnett, Barnitz, Baron, Barr, Barrett, Barrows, Barry, Bars, Bartlett, Barton, Bascom, Baseman, Bashford, Baskett, Bassett, Basye, Bates, Batson, Battaile, Batterton, Baxter, Bayard, Bayles, Bayless, Baylor, Beach, Beadel, Beal, Beale, Beall, Bean, Beaseman, Beasman, Beathers, Beaton, Beatty, Beaty, Beau, Beck, Beckett, Becraft, Bedford, Bedinger, Beecher, Bell, Belles, Beneer, Bennet, Bennett, Benning, Benson, Bentley, Bently, Benton, Berkley, Bernard, Berry, Berryman, Best, Betts, Bevard, Bibb, Biddle, Biggs, Billings, Bills, Birch, Bird, Bishop, Bitener, Bitner, Bivens, Black, Blackamore, Blackburn, Blackburne, Blackford, Blackman, Blackmore, Blair, Blaisdell, Blakeman, Blame, Bland, Blanton, Bledsoe, Bliss, Blount, Blythe, Boardman, Bodkin, Boesh, Bogart, Boges, Boggs, Bolivar, Bond, Bonner, Bonta, Boone, Booth, Boran, Borr, Bostain, Boston, Boswell, Botts, Boulden, Boulware, Bow, Bowen, Bower, Bowlden, Bowler, Bowles, Bowman, Bowmans, Box, Boyce, Boyd, Boyer, Boyers, Boyle, Boys, Brace, Bracken, Braddock, Bradford, Bradley, Bradshaw, Brady, Bragg, Bramble, Bramblett, Bramlette, Branch, Brand, Brandon, Brands, Brandts, Branham, Brannock, Brannum, Brassfield, Bratton, Braun, Brayfield, Breckenridge, Breckinridge, Brennen, Brent, Brest, Brevet, Brewington, Briggles, Briggs, Bright, Brindley, Briney, Briscoe, Brissy, Bristow, Broaddus, Broadhurst, Broadwell, Brock, Brockman, Broh, Bronaugh, Bronston, Brooks, Brossart, Brother, Brothers, Brown, Browne, Brownell, Browning, Bruce, Brunby, Brush, Bryan, Bryant, Bryce, Buchanan, Buck, Buckhanan, Buckler, Buckner, Budge, Buford, Bulger, Bullock, Buntin, Burbridge, Burch, Burchard, Burden, Burdin, Burgess, Burgoin, Burke, Burks, Burley, Burnet, Burnett, Burns, Burnside, Burr, Burritt, Burroughs, Burrows, Burton, Bush, Bushfield, Butler, Buzzard, Byers, Byram, Byrd, Byres, Cable, Cail, Caldwell, Calhoon, Calhoun, Call, Callahan, Callent, Calmes, Calvert, Cameron, Campbell, Camplin, Cannady, Cannon, Cantrill, Cardin, Carey, Cargill, Carl, Carlisle, Carlos, Carlysle, Carmon, Carneal, Carpenter, Carr, Carrick, Carrier, Carroll, Carson, Carter, Carters, Cartmell, Caruthers, Case, Casey, Casiday, Cason, Cassidy, Caster, Caswell, Casy, Catlett, Cattingham, Causey, Cave, Caywood, Chadwell, Chadwick, Chaham, Chalk, Chamber, Chamberlain, Chambers, Chamblin, Champ, Chandler, Chapline, Chapman, Chappell, Charlton, Cheatham, Cheesman, Cheshire, Chevis, Chew, Childriss, Childs, Chinn, Chipley, Chowning, Chrisman, Christian, Christy, Churchill, Clackner, Claiborne, Clair, Clark, Clarke, Clarks, Clarkson, Clary, Claxton, Clay, Claybrook, Clayburn, Clayton, Cleary, Cleaver, Clegett, Cleland, Clements, Cleveland, Clever, Clifford, Clifton, Cline, Clinkinbeard, Clinton, Coalter, Coates, Cobrill, Coche, Cochran, Cockburn, Cocke, Coffman, Cogswell, Cohn, Coiling, Colcord, Cole, Coleman, Collier, Colling, Collins, Colliver, Collyer, Colton, Colvill, Colville, Colvin, Combs, Conelly, Congleton, Conn, Connellee, Conner, Connor, Conrad, Conroy, Constant, Conway, Conyers, Cook, Cooke, Coons, Cooper, Copeland, Coppage, Corbin, Cordell, Corwin, Cosby, Cothran, Cotrell, Cotter, Cotton, Couchman, Coulston, Coulter, Coulthard, Counts, Courmont, Courtney, Covington, Cowen, Cowgill, Cox, Cracraft, Craddock, Craggs, Craig, Craigmyle, Crane, Crates, Cravens, Crawford, Cray, Craycraft, Craycroft, Creath, Crenshaw, Cress, Creth, Creths, Crigler, Crissey, Criswell, Crittenden, Croce, Crockett, Cromwell, Croninger, Cronondike, Crosby, Crose, Cross, Crosthwait, Crouch, Croult, Crouse, Crow, Crowe, Croxton, Crump, Cruse, Crust, Crutcher, Crutchfield, Culbertson, Cullen, Culver, Cumber, Cumbers, Cummings, Cummins, Cunningan, Cunningham, Curl, Curran, Currant, Current, Curry, Curtis, Curtright, Curtwright, Custard, Cutler, Cutright, Cutrights, Dabney, Daily, Daisey, Dallas, Dalzell, Daniel, Daniels, Darly, Darnaby, Darnall, Darnel, Darrow, Daugherty, Davenport, David, Davidson, Davie, Davies, Daviess, Davis, Dawson, Day, De Jarnett, De Jarnette, Dean, Dearborn, Deaver, Deavers, Debinler, Decharmes, Decker, Deering, Degaris, Degraftenreed, Dehart, Dehaven, Dehayden, Dehoney, Dejarnett, Delaney, Delling, Demaree, Denman, Dennis, Dennison, Denton, Derrett, Desha, Deskins, Develly, Devine, Dewett, Dewitt, Dicker, Dickerson, Dickey, Dickinson, Dickson, Dicky, Didlake, Dikes, Dill, Dillard, Dille, Dills, Diltz, Dimitt, Dimmitt, Dingle, Dinsmore, Dinwiddie, Disher, Ditzler, Dixon, Doan, Dobbins, Dodd, Dodge, Doggett, Doleman, Donaldson, Donall, Doniphan, Donnell, Donnelly, Donney, Donoho, Dooley, Dooney, Dorsey, Doty, Dougherty, Douglas, Douglass, Dow, Dowd, Dowden, Downing, Doyle, Drake, Drane, Draper, Drinkhard, Drummond, Duckworth, Dudley, Duffle, Duke, Dulaney, Duley, Dun, Dunaway, Duncan, Duncanson, Dungan, Dunham, Dunlap, Dunn, Dunnington, Dunns, Durant, Durbin, Durgeon, Durham, Duty, Duvall, Dykes, Eades, Eads, Eales, Eals, Earlwine, Earlywine, Eastin, Eaton, Eaves, Ebright, Echols, Eckels, Ecklar, Eckler, Eddleman, Edgar, Edmondson, Edmonson, Edsall, Edward, Edwards, Eeles, Ehlat, Elgin, Elington, Elkington, Elkman, Elley, Elliot, Elliott, Ellis, Ellison, Ely, Embry, Emison, Emmons, Enan, Endicott, English, Ernst, Erringer, Eskridge, Estes, Estill, Estis, Etches, Evans, Eve, Eveleth, Everett, Everman, Ewalt, Ewart, Ewartson, Ewing, Falconer, Falkner, Fall, Fallon, Fancy, Faris, Farmer, Farnham, Farnsworth, Farra, Farrell, Farris, Faulconer, Faulkner, Fauntleroy, Feagin, Fee, Feeback, Feemster, Felty, Fennell, Fenton, Fenwick, Ferguson, Ferrell, Ficklin, Field, Fields, Fightmaster, Finch, Findlay, Findley, Finlay, Finley, Finnell, Finnigan, Fish, Fishback, Fisher, Fisk, Fithian, Fitzgerald, Flanigan, Fleming, Flemming, Fletcher, Florence, Flournoy, Flowers, Floyd, Fluke, Flynn, Foland, Fontleroy, Forbes, Force, Ford, Forden, Forester, Forgey, Forgy, Forman, Forrest, Forrester, Forscutt, Forsten, Forsythe, Forward, Foster, Fothergill, Fowl, Fowle, Fowler, Fox, Frakes, Frances, Francis, Frank, Fraser, Frazer, Frazier, Fraziers, French, Fretwell, Frey, Friman, Frisbie, Fritts, Fritz, Frizell, Frost, Fry, Fryman, Fuhrman, Fuller, Fulton, Fults, Funk, Funston, Fuquia, Furnish, Gaff, Gaffin, Gaines, Gaither, Gaitskill, Galbraith, Galbreath, Galbreith, Gallagher, Gallaudet, Galloway, Gamble, Gannon, Gano, Gap, Gaper, Gardner, Garey, Garfield, Garis, Garmany, Garnett, Garnetts, Garrard, Garrett, Garrison, Garth, Gartland, Gass, Gates, Gatewood, Gatzeit, Gault, Gavin, Gay, Gayle, Geffinger, Gelvin, Geoghegan, George, Gerrard, Gevens, Gibbings, Gibbs, Gibson, Giddings, Gilbert, Gill, Gillespie, Gillispie, Gilman, Giltner, Gilvin, Ginn, Gipson, Girova, Girty, Gist, Givens, Glane, Glass, Glasscock, Glave, Glenn, Glinn, Gnadinga, Godby, Goddard, Godman, Goff, Goforth, Goldsborough, Goldsmith, Goltra, Gonzaga, Gooch, Goodell, Goodloe, Goodman, Goodnight, Goodwin, Goram, Gordon, Gore, Gorham, Goss, Gossett, Gough, Gould, Goulden, Gragg, Graham, Grant, Grass, Gratz, Graves, , Gray, Grayson, Green, Greenberry, Greene, Greenhalgh, Greenup, Greenwell, Greg, Gregg, Gregory, Griffin, Griffing, Griffith, Griggs, Grigsby, Grimes, Grinnan, Grinstead, Grissim, Grissom, Griswold, Groom, Grosjean, 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Herndon, Herne, Herr, Herrick, Herrin, Herrington, Herriott, Herron, Herschfield, Hervey, Hetch, Hewitt, Hibbler, Hibler, Hickerson, Hickey, Hicklin, Hickman, Hicks, Higginbotham, Higgins, Highland, Hildreth, Hiles, Hilgard, Hill, Hillock, Hillory, Hiner, Hinkle, Hinkson, Hinkston, Hinton, Hiram, Hitchcock, Hitchins, Hite, Hitner, Hitt, Hizer, Hobbs, Hobday, Hobson, Hockady, Hockensmith, Hodge, Hodges, Hodson, Hoessli, Hoffman, Hoffner, Hogan, Hogg, Hoggins, Holdaway, Holdcraft, Holden, Holding, Holladay, Holland, Holliday, Hollingsworth, Hollins, Holloway, Holmes, Holroyd, Holt, Holton, Holtzman, Honey, Honeycutt, Hood, Hook, Hoomes, Hoover, Hope, Hopkins, Hopson, Hord, Hornback, Horrey, Horton, Hoskins, House, Houston, Houstons, How, Howard, Howe, Howell, Howerton, Howk, Howse, Hoy, Hubbard, Hubbell, Hubble, Huddleson, Huddleston, Hudson, Huff, Huffman, Huffstetter, Hughes, Hughs, Hukel, Hukill, Hulett, Hull, Huls, Humble, Hume, Humes, Humphrey, Humphreys, Hunt, Hunter, Huntington, 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