Tag Archives: Kinslow family

Tragedy at the Sawmill – 30 September 1902

The following is a newspaper article in its entirety. You are hereby forewarned that this is a graphic account of a saw mill explosion and the aftermath. Glasgow Weekly Times 3 October 1902 Five killed in boiler explosion. The boiler … Continue reading

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Old-Fashioned Scarefest!

Back in the 1990s, when I was still fairly young, and living for the next adventure, a group of my friends and I got on a quest to find the scariest place in Barren County. We spent many a free … Continue reading

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The Buffalo Ford

In my many years of genealogy hunting and helping locate cemeteries back in the 1990s, I also became the recipient of several ghost stories and supernatural tales that I filed away for future research and amusement. In the early 90s, … Continue reading

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Haunted Houses? Real or Imaginary

Recently, I have been following a story about a bogus haunted house in a neighboring state that was demolished because the owner had become privy to the stories that had been invented about the place to draw a crowd of … Continue reading

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One Soldier’s Story

Ambrose Kinslow was the son of Conrad and Rachel Kinslow, who were very early settlers in the Cedar Grove area of Skaggs Creek.  Ambrose married Barbara Coffman on 17 February 1803.  He took deed to land in Barren county, on … Continue reading

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