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Name Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994
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Records - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Abstracted sections from church minutes of Oakland Christian Church,1840-1888, and a list of members from 1835-1908 compiled by Mildred (Tucker) Hardcastle; also a commemorative history, 1974.

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Records - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Typescript of a 1924 news clipping about the Smiths Grove Baptist Church and a holographic listing of information related to churches in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky

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Papers - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Index to the records of the Johnson Funeral Home, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1945-1957.

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Records - Daughters of the American Revolution - Samuel Daviess Chapter - Bowling Green, K

Records of the Samuel Davies Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes membership applications and data, minutes, yearbooks and financial records.

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Papers - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Paper titled "Old Mulkey Meeting House," about the church located Monroe County. The paper, written by Mildred Tucker Hardcastle of Bowling Green, Kentucky, was inspired by the unveiling of a monument erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in honor of Joseph Gist. Hardcastle presented this paper at a meeting of the Samuel Daviess in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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James Harvey Tucker [memorial family thank you card] -

Thank you card reading: The family of Mr. James Harvey Tucker will hold in grateful remembrance your kind expression of sympathy 8.7 x 11.2 cm (folded) Enclosed within a tiny card reading "Mildred Tucker" 1.9 x 3.8

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Papers - Jones, Drucilla Montgomery (Stovall), 1907-2007

Correspondence, chiefly from the Fort and Flowers families of Logan County, Kentucky, which includes prisoners of war correspondence from the Civil War. Also includes cemetery, church, and funeral home records, as well as news clippings about historic sites, people and events in Logan County.

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Papers - Duncan, Kate Northcott (Clagett), 1892-1983

Correspondence, diaries, genealogical research, and Browning Club programs of Bowling Green, Kentucky native Kate (Clagett) Duncan. Includes her writings on the history of Bowling Green's Presbyterian Church and some correspondence and papers of her husband, Carroll Allen Duncan.

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Papers - Carpenter Family

Correspondence, business and farm records, and genealogical data of the Carpenter family of Warren County, Kentucky, primarily Jonathan T. Carpenter, his son Luther M. Carpenter, and Luther's children. Includes some correspondence and papers of members of the Tucker and Hardcastle families.

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Records - Sons of the American Revolution - Charles Duncan Chapter - Bowling Green, Kentuc

Administrative papers, a detailed history (1967-1986), minutes and agendas for meetings, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, and photographs for the Charles Duncan chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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Tucker, Mildred Carpenter, 1867-1933, compiler.

Scrapbook compiled by Mildred "Minnie" Carpenter as a young woman, beginning in 1882 and continuting through her years as Mrs. John Vernon Tucker (wedding date, August 26, 1925), with additions being made by her daughter, Mildred Tucker Hardcastle as late as 1975. Wedding Announcements: Carpenter, John & Fannie Bell Henderson, Gallatin, TN, N.D., p.61 Claypol, W. Scott & Bettie Tucker, Oakland, KY, N.D., p.54 Collier, J. R. & Sallie Nicoll, Woodburn, KY, N.D., p.56 Garey, Geo E. & Florence Hardin, Gallatin,TN, N.D., p.17 Greathouse, Perry & Nannie Jones, Oakland, Ky, November 28, 1888, p.52 Grider, Charles & Lizzie Wooten, Hadley, KY, N.D., p.53 Hackney, Will & Alice Parr, Gallati

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Genealogical records of the families of Mr. John Vernon Hardcastle and Mrs. John Vernon Hardcastle (Mildred Tucker), volume 1 - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994.

Scrapbook was compiled by Mrs. Mildred John Vernon Hardcastle. It contains newspaper clippings, and photocopies of newspaper clippings, some photographs, family trees, and some loose material, related to genealogy of the families of Mr. and Mrs. John Vernon Hardcastle.

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Genealogical records of the families of Mr. John Vernon Hardcastle and Mrs. John Vernon Hardcastle (Mildred Tucker), volume 2 - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Scrapbook was compiled by Mrs. Mildred Vernon Hardcastle. It contains newspaper clippings, and photocopies of newspaper clippings, some photographs, and family trees, related to genealogy of the families of Mr. and Mrs. John Vernon Hardcastle.

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Regent book - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker), 1894-1994

Scrapbook was compiled by Mrs. Mildred (John Vernon) Hardcastle. It contains photographs and newspaper clippings about Mrs. J.Vernon Hardcastle as Regent of the Samuel Davies Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, as a member of the Magna Charta Dames and Colonial Dames.

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Huguenot Society of Kentucky - Hardcastle, Mildred (Tucker)

Scrapbook was compiled by Mrs. Mildred John Vernon Hardcastle. It contains photographs and newspaper clippings about the Huguenot Society of Bowling Green, KY and Mrs. J. Vernon Hardcastle as the State President of the Huguenot Society of Kentucky.

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Hardcastle - Tucker - Carpenter Scrapbook -

Photograph album compiled by Mildred Tucker Hardcastle; it contains photographs of Mildred Tucker Hardcastle's parents and herself (from her childhood). Also the following photographs and ephemera: Harry Wright, Bowling Green High School class with Elvis Campbell, Paul Smith, John Adams, Nina Stone, Pauline Gerard, Goldie Sevier, Howard Sadler, Rachel Elrod, and DeWitt Settle, Hamilton College, J. Vernon Hardcastle, Marriage Certificate, Louisville Road home of the Hardcastles, George Dorman Tucker, newspaper articles about Sheriff James H. Tucker, Oakland and Pleasant Hill Christian Church history, Flyer addressed to the Voters of Warren County [KY] recommending James H. Tucker for Sheriff's

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Dan Amos House -

Cabinet card image of the Dan Amos home in Oakland, KY. The photograph was taken in June 1905. Identified persons are Mildred Tucker, later Mrs. J. Vernon Hardcastle and Mrs. James H. Tucker, her mother. Please help identify the persons in this photograph, send an email to klref@wku.edu or Phone (270) 745-6092

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Oakland -

Cabinet card image of an Oakland, KY school group from 1880. Identified are Minnie Carpenter who later married J. H. Tucker. She was the mother of Mildred Tucker Hardcastle.

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Wedding Dress -

Photograph of Mildred Tucker Hardcastle on her wedding day. She married on August 26, 1925 to J. Vernon Hardcastle. The dress was made by Mrs. A. H. Taylor of Bowling Green, KY. It is noted on the back of the photograph that "the dress is gone."

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Mildred Tucker - Cain, C.T.

Cabinet card image of Mildred Tucker as an infant, aged 7 months.