EARLY LEXINGTON KY SCHOOLS (1794 - 1820)

SCHOOLS OF EARLY LEXINGTON [KY]

Source: The Early Life of Lexington [KY] before the Year 1820, Mary Estelle Delcamp, A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Transylvania College in Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Arts June, 1916

NAME KIND DATE IN GAZETTE
Barbier, Chas. (French)   Aug. 8, 1795
Beck, Mr. For Young Gentlemen Apr. 2, 1811
Beck, Mrs. For Young Ladies Feb. 19, 1805
Brown, J.R.   Oct. 19, 1813
Capron, Mrs.   June 26, 1804
Carter, Abraham   Jan. 9, 1820
Cassidy, Edw. Select Female Academy May 17, 1819
Desforges, Stephen (French)   July 29, 1816
Ely, G. & J. Writing School Aug. 10, 1820
Gilbert, R. Fencing School June 6, 1798
Grace, Mrs.   Aug. 17, 1820
Gray, Lucy   Mar. 29, 1797
Green's Academy   Nov. 3, 1806
Hannegan, Ed. B.   Feb. 27, 1809
Hargy, J.   Mar. 28, 1799
Holton, Geo. Female School Jan. 7, 1820
Jones, Mrs.   Nov. 12, 1819
Kentucky Female Academy   Oct. 22, 1819
Lancastrian School   June 22, 1814
Lehre, Jacob   May 3, 1794
Levett, Mrs. Academy Aug. 28, 1810
Lexington Grammar School.   Jan. 12, 1788
Lexington Lycaeum   June 1, 1817
Logan, James & Mr. Pinkaid   Jan. 7, 1820
Lockwood, Mrs.   Apr. 20, 1813
Manley, J.D.   July 17, 1810
Mentelle Woldemarde (French)   Aug. 1, 1798
Mennet, Sam (French)   Nov. 9, 1802
Morrison, Hamilton   Oct. 19, 1813
Music School at T.U.   June 13, 1795
Pestilozzian Seminary   Mar. 9, 1813
Prentiss, Thos. M.   Mar. 17, 1812
Price, Sam   Mar. 29, 1798
Purkins, Jesse   Apr. 20, 1813
Rucker, Mrs.   Mar. 16, 1813
Spenver & DeCharns, Misses   Mar. 13, 1815
Stone, Barton W.   Dec. 19, 1814
Transylvania Seminary   Sept. 1, 1787
Unnamed Seminary   Oct. 4, 1788
Valentine, Peter (French)   July 1, 1794
Welch, Ann   Feb. 26, 1805
Wilson, Hugh   Jan. 15, 1791
Wing, Cornelius   Apr. 24, 1817

[author's] N.B. In the case of one or two, the date given may not be the very first notice; But even in those cases the date is within an issue or two of the very first notice.

Transcribed February 2001 by pb

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