Salley Families Of Wolfe County


 

Colonel Hiscael (1855 - 1904) and Mary Belle (1858 - 1894) Salley, with a daughter or son.

Hiscael was the son of Green Berry and Mary (Church) Salley.

Photo courtesy of Dr. Bill Rice, Campton, Kentucky.

The original tintype was owned by Maurine Sizer, Middletown, Ohio.

 

 


 

 

 

(At Right) Menifee Jackson "Jack" Salley (1876-1959) was the son of Col. Hiscael and Mary Belle (Wills) Salley.

Jack lived at Sandfield, Wolfe County.

Photo courtesy of his granddaughter, Kathie Salley Quillen, of Franklin, Ohio.

 

 


 

(At Left) The Sallie family on their homestead.

After the opening of Oklahoma to settlement in the 1890s, many from Eastern Kentucky settled there.

Scott E. Sallee, WKU, Box 8145, Bowling Green, KY 42101, shares this and other photos with us.

 


The Frederick "Fred" Salley family at the old Salley farm near Hazel Green, Wolfe County. Seen here with wife Mary Ann "Mollie" Pennington and their three oldest children -- daughters Lou Verna, Grace Belle and Nora Beatrice. Fred (1879-1933) was the son of Col. Hiscael and Mary Belle (Wills) Salley. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Bill Rice, Campton, Kentucky.)


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