Welcome to Kentucky Tennessee Living!
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The States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Western Maryland are home to some very special people. Believe me we know. My wife and I have traveled from Canada to Mexico. We have roamed across the entire “lower 48” of this great country. In our travels, we have met some wonderful people in every state and from all walks of life. But as the old saying goes, there is no place like home.
Likewise, there are no people like “Mountain Folks” especially those of the Coal producing States of the Appalachian Mountains.
Our mission goal at Kentucky Tennessee Living is to “Boldly Claim the Coal Mining History of Mountain Folks and the Coal Camp towns of Appalachia.” To Highlight the Parks and Events in and around the Coal Camps and to spark an interest in tourism to those areas of the States.
Our greatest desire is to Promote the Miners, Storytellers, Artists, Musicians, Photographers, and Craftsmen who keep our heritage alive while working to build a better tomorrow for the People of the Mountains.
This is the strange case of the Appalachian Runaway Groom. Did he do it on purpose or was evil afoot?
There was not much of a fight it seems until Doc’s rifle entered the trial. What happened that almost caused a mistrial?
This is a record of the testimony as given by Jemima Harris
This is a record of the testimony as given by Noah Hubbard.
This is a record of the testimony as given by John Harrison Mullins, the son of Ira and Louanza Mullins
John Vint Bentley was a magistrate in Kentucky and the owner of a small country store that was located at the foot of Pine Mountain.
In his 1938 book “A Narrative History of Wise County, Virginia” Charles A Johnson asks these questions.
The Judge and Jury are seated in the Courtroom as the first witness is called to the stand. Robert Mullins will testify on what he discovered on May 14, 1892.
In the beginning, before, during, and after the trial very little official information was ever given to the local population.
Clifton Branham caused a lot of trouble in the mountains of Kentucky and Virginia. Even if he did or did not kill Henry Vanover, many others would die in his wake.
The events would lead to the men going on the run. Two men would run to West Virginia, one man would attempt to run to Florida, and one man would flee to parts unknown.