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Harlan 6 - of at on MK-n MK-n MK-n did this war between...
of at on MK-n MK-n MK-n did this war between the Turners ami. the Howards begin?" I M It began ten years lie fore the war" and Is the oldest and bloodiest feud that ever disgraced the State.' On the Turner side, at its incipiency, were two brothers, named William and James Turner, both gentlemen of wealth, and prominence, The poesessioas of James Turner consisted consisted largely or slaves, while William was a large land holder. One of their enemies, who waa kiled by Bill Turner, was a man. named Gilbert. Kick How ard was probably the first man -who -who started on the other side. Otlieri in volved are the Ca woods, the'Middletons and the Conrods. Wilson Howard. who Is now the central llgura in hU enemies, who waa killed by Bill Tamer, lsuiey, ucorire is. Turner and William W. A . . .. . . . . x uruer. iison . uowara is now aliout fifty years - of . ageA He waa hot-bended hot-bended hot-bended ' and . impetuous in bis youth, and was, I think, imposed npon. One of his boldest lieutenants is a man named William Jennings. These men have, on two or three occasions, left Harlan Court-house Court-house Court-house and gone Wet, but they have invariably returned after brief absences.'' 1 sked the gentleman if he eould tell

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 24 Oct 1889, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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