Chronicles of Boone County

User Tools

Site Tools


cincinnati_enquirer_1865

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
cincinnati_enquirer_1865 [2013/04/26 09:48]
jgregory [7 December 1865]
cincinnati_enquirer_1865 [2017/09/12 12:02] (current)
hdelaney [7 December 1865]
Line 12: Line 12:
 ===== 7 December 1865 ===== ===== 7 December 1865 =====
   * An application was made by Henry Bishop (col’d) in Covington, through his attorney, against Aaron Yeager, Allen [[conner_family|Conner]],​ & [[Lewis Conner]] of [[Boone County]] to allow his wife & children to leave their properties. ​ He had enlisted in the [[african_americans_from_boone_county_in_the_civil_war|124th U.S. Colored Infantry]], so by law his wife & kids should be free.  The defendants deny the validity of the act of Congress, and continue to hold the wife and children as slaves.   * An application was made by Henry Bishop (col’d) in Covington, through his attorney, against Aaron Yeager, Allen [[conner_family|Conner]],​ & [[Lewis Conner]] of [[Boone County]] to allow his wife & children to leave their properties. ​ He had enlisted in the [[african_americans_from_boone_county_in_the_civil_war|124th U.S. Colored Infantry]], so by law his wife & kids should be free.  The defendants deny the validity of the act of Congress, and continue to hold the wife and children as slaves.
-Note: A 1903 Kentucky Death Certificate for an African American man, George H. Bishop in Kenton County, Kentucky states that he was born about 1856 in [[Florence]],​ Kentucky to Henry Bishop and Rachel Bishop. Rachel Biship'​s 1911 death certificate states that she was widowed and born about [[1827]] in Boone County, Kentucky. Her father was listed as Henry Brockman and her mother was unknown. In  the [[1870]] Census for the Scotts Precinct in Kenton County, Henry, Rachel and their sons George, William and Jacob P. are living together with an elderly woman named Tiggie ​Brockman. ​Tiggie ​Brockman was probably Rachel'​s mother.+Note: A 1903 Kentucky Death Certificate for an African American man, George H. Bishop in Kenton County, Kentucky states that he was born about 1856 in [[Florence]],​ Kentucky to Henry Bishop and Rachel Bishop. Rachel Biship'​s 1911 death certificate states that she was widowed and born about [[1827]] in Boone County, Kentucky. Her father was listed as Henry Brockman and her mother was unknown. In  the [[1870]] Census for the Scotts Precinct in Kenton County, Henry, Rachel and their sons George, William and Jacob P. are living together with an elderly woman named Kizzie ​Brockman. ​Kizzie ​Brockman was probably Rachel'​s mother.
 ===== Related Articles ===== ===== Related Articles =====
   * [[african-americans|More information regarding African-Americans in Boone County]]   * [[african-americans|More information regarding African-Americans in Boone County]]
   * [[Boone_county|Boone County History]]   * [[Boone_county|Boone County History]]
cincinnati_enquirer_1865.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/12 12:02 by hdelaney