Sharon McKenzie

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Lewis Lyons, Jr. (1831-1926) and his wife, Mary Sparks (1834-1908). Lewis was an older brother of Matilda Lyons, who married James Henry (Jim Goins) Boggs. While not a Boggs himself, the picture is of interest not only because of the relationship, but also his unique beard and the coarseness of their clothes. Contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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Tyree Boggs (b 10/10/1864 Carter Co., KY d 2/22/1944, buried Howe Cemetery, Beauty Ridge, KY) son of James Boggs Jr. son of James Pamer Boggs. Mary Catherine Barker (b 1/9/1859 d 8/15/1922, buried Howe Cemetery, Beauty Ridge, KY) She was the second wife to Tyree. Photo contributed by Sue Boggs.
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Amanda Lester Gambill Tilson. Picture was taken in 1914. Her first husband was Lafayette Gambill, biological son of Henderson Boggs. 2nd husband was Napoleon Bonaparte Tilson Photo contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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A photo of the hook that Jim Perry Boggs used after losing his arm in the Civil War. Photo contributed by John Holbrook.
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Jim Perry Boggs, also known as "Hook Jim." Jim lost his arm in the Civil War and made a hook to use. He and a child are on a sled pulled by mules. Born Bet. 1839 - 1840 and died December 20, 1921. Photo contributed by John Holbrook.
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Richard Caines is the man after whom Caines Creek was named. He was the first white man who settled into that area of Eastern Kentucky. He is an ancestor of many Boggs, too. The marker is in the Griffith family cemetery on Caines Creek. Photo was provided by David Church
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Hubert & Luther Boggs& the family farmhouse that was located across the creek from the school where their father, Harry Boggs, taught for about 13 years. House has been replaced with a more modern structure. Photo contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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One-room school on Caines Creek where Harry Boggs (1886-1959) taught for several years around the turn of the century. 2 of his sons, Hubert & Luther, are in the picture. The school burned down about 30-40 years ago. Only the steps are left. Photo contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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#5 The hand-hewn shed. Photo contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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#4 A second view of the barn. Photo contributed by Robert Cunningham.
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