1. Information provided by Dave Dickinson, 9/10/00 on the
Dickinson forum to John White

3. History of the First KY Brigade by Ed Porter Thompson,
Cincinnati: Coxton Publishing House, 1868, Co. D., 6th
Regiment, p.818

4. The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, Sunday, Nov 9, 1890
p.16 c.5

6. “Uncle Day’s Memoirs” William Day Dickinson; found after his
death in 1959. Kate Ganter Archives (in possession of Lelia
Ganter Handy).

7. Lelia Rogers Dickinson… a note about the Dickinson home on
W. Washington Street written July 21,1908. Kate Ganter

8. History of the Orphan Brigade by Edwin Porter Thompson,
Kentucky Adjutant General’s Report of Confederate Soldiers
Records of the 6th Kentucky Infantry Regiment, Confederate
States of America, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

9. “The Civil War 1861-1865 in Barren County and Surrounding
Areas” by Jimmy Simmons, The Glasgow Daily Times Date???

11. “Uncle Day’s Memoirs” William Day Dickinson; found after his
death in 1959. Kate Ganter Archives
12. Letter to Lelia Dickinson from Mattie W. Burgess, from
Kulpahar, U.P., India dated Sept 17, 1919. Kate Ganter Archives

13. Colonial Men and Times by Lillie Du Puy Van Culin Harper,
Innes and Sons, 12 N 12th Street, Philadelphia, Penna, 1916 (We
have a letter that Lillie DuPuy wrote to Kate Trabue Rogers
dated 12/12/1912 asking for her to send missing data on the
family to be published in this book)

14. Kate Ganter Archives

15. The Huguenot Bartholomew Du Puy and His Descendants
published by the Courier- Journal Job Printing Co in 1908

16. Dickinson ancestral chart; Pat Dickinson per Katherine Cox
Gottschalk letters also, ( Kate Trabue Dickinson in 1933); Nellie
Burnett Dickinson

17. Brents Dickinson, III

18. Chronological Narrative compiled by Mr. Clyde Bunch,
Jessamine Co., KY for the Logan’s Fort Foundation, which
accepts full responsibility for authenticity. Kate Ganter Archives

19. Data from the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1968; and The Roots of
the Reformation, by Karl Adams, translated by Cecily Hasting

18. History of Kentucky by Lewis Collins, Frankfort, Ky, Kentucky
Historical Society, 1966, vol 2

19. The Western Recorder, November 14, 1929;

20. “Journey into Barren History” by Paul Holman, Glasgow Daily
Times, p 16 –17;

21. The Times of Long Ago: Barren County, Kentucky. Gorin,
Franklin, Evansville, Ind. Unigraphic. 1974. p.39, 114, 120, 121.

24. Excerpt from Florence Butman’s letter dated February 10, 1981.63
Kate Ganter Archives


26. Katherine Cox Gottschalk, Washington, DC. Kate Ganter

27. Marshall Wingfield’s History of Caroline County, Virginia, from
Kate Ganter Archives

28. “Lewises, Meriwethers and Their Kin” Anderson, Sarah Travers
Lewis Scott. Lewises, Meriwethers, and their kin: Lewises and
Meriwethers with their tracings through the families whose
records are herein contained. Compiled from family papers and
from reliable sources. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co,
1984, c1938.

29. All births from copy of family Bible at Library of Virginia

30. Roots Web’s World Connect Project: Todd County Kentucky
Pioneers, Andersons, and Wa…

31. Library of VA

32. Library of VA, Anderson Family Bible Record, 1742-1966;
Anderson Family Bible- Bible of Robert Semple Anderson 1832-

33. 1993 Kentucky Marriages: Early to 1850, ed. Jordon R. Dodd,
Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229)

34. History of the Huguenots Emmigration to Virginia, RA Brock,

35. C.A.G., Vol 5, p.450

36. Wills of Crenshaw Family found in York, VA;

37. Records of the Virginia Company of London, Vol. IV. Pg 364

38. Roots, Alex Haley

39. Will of Thomas Graves, Spotsylvania Will Book D.p.318

40. History of Fayette County Kentucky by William H. Perrin

41. “The Graves Family Association Website” Kenneth V. Graves

42. Letter from Annie Strange, daughter of Tubal Early Strange,
Kate Ganter’s archives

42. Kate Ganter Archives

43. Virginia State Libraries Report of 1911-1912, pg 291;

43b. The Glasgow Republican, Thursday, November 15, 1962

44. Family Bible and Family Records, ”The Early Family
Genealogy” pg. 176 Elizabeth Early;

45. Buford Family in America, Marcus Bainbridge Buford p.160,
164, 203, 206,207, 261, 262, 359, 263

46. Compendium of American Genealogy. Volume VI, p. 346

47. Will dated June 22, 1795 at the University of Virginia Library

48. The Romance of Your Name, Ruby Haskins Ellis, copyright by
Public Ledger

49. Minutes of the Lucas Baptist Church

50. Notes on Ella Martin Kilgore Botts, March 14, 1981, Kate Ganter

51. Marriage records of Goochland County, VA, William and Mary
Quarterly, Vol VIII

52. History of Huguenot Emigration to America Vol 2, p. 109;
Charles W. Bairds

53. The Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky published by J.M.
Armstrong and Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 1878;

54. The Glasgow Daily Times, October 3, 1936

56. Glasgow Daily Times, “Times of Long Ago”, March 19, 1978,
Sec 6. pp 7, 10.

57. The Buford Family in America by Marcus Bainbridge Buford,
San Francisco, 1903;


59. 1850 Census of Barren County, KY;

62. The Greatest Generation, Stories from the Descendants of Lelia
Rogers and Bartlett Graves Dickinson, ed. LaVece Ganter Hughes;
pg 13. Rogers and Inez by Charlie and Joe Dickinson
pg. 29 Brents and Gwendolyn Dickinson by Brents Dickinson III
and Lelia Ann Smith
pg. 41 John and Mildred Dickinson by Joan Walker, Ann Beal
and Martha Dickinson
pg. 58 William and LaVece Dickinson by Barty Dickinson
pg. 71 Kate and Fred Ganter by Lelia Handy
pg. 93 Sam and Esther Dickinson by Benny and Robert
pg. 104 Lewis and Selma Dickinson by Jeanne Dickinson White
pg. 120 Paul and Margaret Holman by Sondra and Benny

63. Reminiscences, John Augustus Williams, pp 19-33.

64. John White

65. Steven Woods, Jr.

66. Katherine Cox Gottschalk, letter dated April 12, 1958 to Vivian
Rousseau, Glasgow, KY. Kate Ganter Archives

67. Letter from Kate Robinson McDiarmid in 1980 to Kate
Dickinson Ganter; Kate Ganter Archives

68. Barren County Order Book I, pp. 33-34, Kate D. Ganter archives

69. Genealogy of Peyton Elizabeth & Claire Lillian Dickinson

70. Glasgow Daily Times, Friday, September 29, 2000, by Gina
Kinslow from Dr. Benjamin Buford Williams, Montgomery,

71. Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of its Families; Part 1;
Transcribed by Kathy Merrill for the US Genealogical Web
Archives-Special Collections Project

72. Benjamin Lewis Dickinson

73. Barren County Heritage, Cecil E. Goode, Woodfrod L. Gardner,
Jr. Editors, Homestead Press, Bowling Green, KY p.77, 110, 300
courtesy of Perry Brantley.

74. “Descendents of Thomas Sims Graves”

75. Witnesses: Kate B. Rogers, Jo U. Rogers, Barren County Court,
March Term, March 28, 1901. Ordered to be recorded 19th day
of March 1901. N.C. Terry, Clerk of Barren County Court