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Stuart, Daniel

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Stuart, Daniel
March 04, 2007 04:48PM
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 567.
[Bourbon County] [Hutchinson Precinct]

DANIEL STUART, farmer and stockraiser; P. O. Muir's Station; was born May
6, 1845, in Fleming County, Ky.; son of James and Sallie (Ficklin) Stuart;
she is a daughter of Daniel and Delilah (Leonard) Ficklin, who came from
Virginia at an early day. The paternal grandfather of our subject was
William Stuart, who was of Scotch descent, and came to Kentucky in 1800,
settling in Fleming County. The father of Daniel, who died in 1851, had
ten children, our subject being the youngest. April 15, 1868, Mr. Stuart
married Miss Nannie G. Hutchcraft, daughter of Reuben Hutchcraft, of
Bourbon County, and the youngest of ten children born to that gentleman.
They have five children: Mary Lou, born July 17, 1870; Sallie, born June
15, 1872; Ella, born May 8, 1874; Benjamin, born June 24, 1878; Fanny,
born Aug. 14, 1881. Mr. Stuart owns 385 acres of land, and in addition
to running his farm, handles short horn cattle, having a herd of 40,
having at the head 10th Boston Duke and 4th Ardrie. He and wife are
members of the Christian Church, and Mr. Stuart is a Turnpike Director
and a Republican.
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