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Articles of Confederation November 17, 1777

Note: The Continental Congress submitted the Articles of Confederation to the states for ratification. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Articles_of_Confederation
Kentucky County, Virginia Abolished June 30, 1780

Note: Kentucky County was abolished on June 30, 1780, when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties of Virginia.[1] These later petitioned together to separate from Virginia, which was approved by the Virginia House of Delegates.
Kentucky Becomes 15th State June 25, 1792

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Lincoln County, Kentucky Formed June 25, 1792

Note: Lincoln was one of the original three counties formed out of Virginia's Kentucky County. (The other two were Fayette and Jefferson counties.) These three were separated from Virginia to create the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1792.
George Washington Relected December 5, 1792

Note: Geo. Washington relected to his second term as president.
Knox County, Kentucky Formed December 19, 1799

Note: Knox County was officially formed on December 19, 1799. Losing counties were Lincoln County.
Birth of a daughter
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Sarah Sacre
March 31, 1807
Rockcastle County, Kentucky Formed January 8, 1810

Note: Rockcastle County was officially formed on January 8, 1810. Losing counties were Lincoln, Pulaski, Madison and Knox counties.
New Madrid Earthquake December 16, 1811

Note: New Madrid Earthquake reverses course of Mississippi River.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Madrid_earthquake)
Harlan County, Kentucky Formed January 28, 1819

Note: Harlan County was officially formed on January 28, 1819. Losing counties were Knox County.
Marriage of a childSimon HopperSarah SacreView this family
November 8, 1825
Death of a husbandGeorge Sacre
1844

The American Civil War Begins April 12, 1861

Note: The opening of the American Civil War - Battle of Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
The American Civil War Ends May 13, 1865

Note: The American Civil War concludes with the surrender of Robert E. Lee in the Appomattax Courthouse at Appomattax, Virginia.
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