Journal, 1820-1858, of Matthew Thomson, Sheriff and Justice of the Peace of Clark County, Ky. and his son Sanford Thomson. Entries concern the records of sheriff and justice of the peace; genealogical information concerning the Thomson, Whaley, Bigger, Haynie, Wilkerson, Daniel and Hay families; weather reports and record that an earthquake occurred 15 July 1824; land surveys; remedies for cancer, dropsy and scurvy; lists of slaves and their children with birth dates; marriage, birth and death dates of various residents of Clark County; and lists of Tory officers and information on regulators. 168 p. : bound volume ; 37 cm.
Journal of Matthew Thomson 1820-1858, Justice of the Peace, Clark County, Kentucky in Swem Library’s microforms area, 1 reel, call number CS71 .T47 1820
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