Clark County was formed from Bourbon and Fayette in 1792.  The county seat is the city of Winchester.

  

 

Home

Contact Us

Site Search

 

 

Resources

 

Data Records

 

Courtesy of Linda Denton

Lexington Herald

Oct. 13, 1908

One of the prettiest society affairs that has taken place here in some time was the party given last night by Miss Patsy Pickeral at "Bon-Haven," her beautiful country home on the Lexington Pike, in honor of those who will act as attendants at her marriage to Mr. William French on the 14th of this month.  Those present were: Miss Margaret Sphar, who will be the maid of honor; the four bridesmaids, Miss Margaret McKinley, Miss Sarah Goodloe Benton, Miss Carrie Morgan Graves, and Miss Nellie Richart, and Mr. James French, brother of the bride-groom, who will be the best man, and Mr. Gray Prewitt, Mr. Willis Battalle, Mr. Austin Reeves, and Mr. Charlie Dudley.

     Miss Pickerel is one of Winchester's most lovable young society girls and a number of beautiful parties have been given in her honor the past week.  Among them was a handkerchief shower and a 9 o'clock breadfast given by Miss Anna Mae Hisle, Saturday morning.  Those present were Misses Margaret Mckinley, Mary Renaker, Illa Stewart, Sarah Goodloe Benton, Sara Beverly Jouett, Janet Tracy, Nellie Richart, of Sharpsburg, and Anna May Taylor.  Five delicious courses were served at the breakfast.

Thank You for stopping by!  Please sign our Guestbook

 

 

 

Contact your Clark County Coordinators

 

Mary Hatton - Co-Coordinator

Christina Palmer - Co-Coordinator

 

Please feel free to contact us at anytime!

 

Sherri Bradley

State Coordinator

 

eXTReMe Tracker

Copyright 2005 - 2010