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Weathers, S. Letcher

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Weathers, S. Letcher
March 04, 2007 05:13PM
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 559.
[Bourbon County] [Clintonville Precinct]

S. LETCHER WEATHERS, farmer, P. O. Clintonville; is a son of Granville C.
and Jane (Scott) Weathers, daughter of Thomas Scott of Bourbon County.
Granville C. Weathers, before his removal to Missouri in 1880, was a
prominent citizen of Fayette County, having been the nominee of the
Republican party for State Senator, against his successful opponent, Maj.
P. P. Johnston. Letcher, his son, was born in Fayette, Oct. 1st, 1857.
After attending the common schools of the county, he entered Georgetown
College, and would have graduated in five more months, had not sickness
interfered and forced him to relinquish his studies. He was married
April 4, 1881, to Miss Elizabeth Weathers. He owns 257 acres of land
called "Prospect Hill" and devotes his time and energies to farming and
breeding short horns. He hopes soon to have a fine herd. In politics,
Mr. Weathers clings to the traditions of his fathers, and is an ardent
Republican. Himself and wife, like most of the family, are communicants
of the Baptist Church.
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