Thomas Sidney Hubbard
Mary (Cottongim) Hubbard
Susan Jane(Cobb) Hubbard
b: Abt 1871
d: 03 Mar 1898
Susan Jane Cobb
m: on 12 Aug 1900
Joseph Gapp &Nancy(Jarvis)Cobb
b: 26 Nov 1880
buried: Barbourville Cemetery,
Knox Co, KY
beginning her profession at the one-room Tedders and Crane Nest school.
Sherman taught history
for many years at Knox Central High School, and later at Union College,
where he was Director of the Appalachian Studies program.
He was a specialist on the history of Knox County, whose writings included
the historical section of "Knox County, Kentucky History and Families,"
edited by Charles Reed Mitchell (and largely based on Oxendine's M.A. thesis
at the University of Kentucky, on the history of Barbourville).
He died in May 22, 1994.
The Knox County Historical Museum's reading room is dedicated to his memory.
The Oxendines lived for many years at Heidrick, KY (near Barbourville),
and then moved to Swan Pond (also near Barbourville) in about 1959.
is largely paraphrased from articles in the book,
"Knox County, Kentucky History and Families,"
edited by Charles Ree Mitchell, Paducah, KY,
Turner Publishing Company, 1994,
and dedicated to the memory of
William Sherman Oxendine.
Barbourville Mountain Advocate, called
The Knox County Schools' Education Newspaper,
December 2000, P. 18.
An excerpt from the article:
"Ms. Oxendine, Ms. Chavies and their students
made a video featuring the students giving
the history of old mountain songs and then
singing the songs, accompanied by
Ms. Oxendine on her dulcimer."
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"Barbourville Mountain Advocate"
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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