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Robert H. Coffey was born in 1846 in Christian County, KY to Asa and Sidney Coffey. He lived in the 1st District of the county until the age of 14 when his parents moved him and his 7 siblings to the Second Township in Washington,

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Fields and Garnett Historical Marker in Shelbyville Please click on the following articles for more information: Lynching in Shelbyville, Community Remembrance Project, The Historical Marker Database Community Members Unveil Three Historical Markers, in Shelbyville, Kentucky, Equal Justice Initiative (April 19, 2021) Jimbo Fields and Clarence Garnett were African American

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Carter, Lexington Herald Leader, July 31, 2020 The descendants of the lynchers and the victim met in 2020. Click the link below for the article, "KY families connected by a lynching meet 120 years later." https://www.kentucky.com/news/local/counties/bourbon-county/article244571317.html George Thomas Carter was an African American man born in Kentucky in

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