Charles W. Bryan, Jr., "Flanders Callaway, A Frontier Type," MHS COLLECTIONS 6 (1928):1-17

Charles W. Bryan, Jr., "Flanders Callaway, A Frontier Type," MHS COLLECTIONS 6 (1928):1-17

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Flanders Callaway born 12/9/1752 in Bedford Co. VA; son James and Sarah Callaway; nephew of Richard Callaway. Sold his New London farm for L160 and went to KY with uncle in 2/1775. Married Jemima in 1777. Was a property owner in KY; sold property in Fayette and Bourbon counties in 1785, 1786, 1791, 1794, 1798. Applied for 800 arpents in 2/1798; emigrated in 1799 at age 47. Built his home near Charette on property acquired from a French widow woman. Member of the Friendship Baptist Church with his wife; John Mason Peck preached in his home in 1819. He died in 8/1824 after a long illness. Described as a "tall, thin, swarthy man." [p.17] Charles W. Bryan, Jr., "Flanders Callaway, A Frontier Type," MHS COLLECTIONS 6 (1928):1-17.

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Charles W. Bryan, Jr., "Flanders Callaway, A Frontier Type," MHS COLLECTIONS 6 (1928):1-17

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Boone's Fort in Darst's Bottom, built by DMB, was the largest and strongest fort on the Missouri frontier.

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