Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Ohio County photos 2

James Hines is a Rosine songwriter. I photographed this page of a neat history of Ohio County book at the Hartford Library. Thank you.
Charlie Monroe, James Hines, Bill Monroe.Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Then I went to investigate a historical tip.

Hartford from Oakwood cemetery.
Hartford, Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
It was suggested to me that Dr. Pendleton delivered a baby who was named in his honor:
J.E. Pendleton, Oakwood cemetery, Hartford, Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Bill Monroe's Uncle Pendleton Vandiver, born in 1869.
J.E. Pendleton, Oakwood cemetery, Hartford, Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
I had spotted this nice geologic exposure between Owensboro and Hartford and investigated. Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, William Natcher Parkway.
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Roadcut anticline, mile post 53, Ohio County Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Back on Jerusalem Ridge writing a piece about Claude Wells, my Great Grandfather.
Andrew D. Barron writes on Jerusalem Ridge Kentucky, 9/18/07
Andrew D. Barron writes on Jerusalem Ridge Kentucky, 9/18/07
Sunset, Jerusalem Ridge Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Sunset, Jerusalem Ridge Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
Moon over Jerusalem Ridge, Kentucky. Photo © Andrew D. Barron, 9/18/07
End of photos for Tuesday, 9/18. Check the follow up companion blog!

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