dissatisfaction of Thomas Lincoln with Kentucky.
the removal to Indiana.
the half-faced camaccompanied her to school while they lived in Kentucky, but as he was only seven, and as she had notife during those seven years of residence in Kentucky. One man,
John B. Helm, June 20, 1865. who afterwards a preacher of some prominence in Kentucky, relates how he and Abe on one occasion ran arolled around, reverted to its former owner.
Kentucky, at that day, afforded few if any privileges, by sentimental writers, that his father left Kentucky to avoid the sight of or contact with slaverycured a place for his home he trudged back to Kentucky--walking all the way — for his family.
Two herant preacher whom Mrs. Lincoln had known in Kentucky, happened into the settlement, and in respons his first wife a year until he reappeared in Kentucky at Elizabethtown in search of another.
His aw weeks of schooling under Riney and Hazel in Kentucky, but it is hardly probable that he could read