Other popular features found in our magazine each month pertain to items that our readers have for sale. These generally appear in our Kentucky Explorer Classified Ads and Kentucky Explorer Book Page, but occasionally are found in Letters To The Editor or other pages, too.
WANTED: Retired officer looking to buy old police badges and related items, plus anything pertaining to the old Kentucky Highway Patrol. Also, looking for old pipe and cigarette tobacco tins. Please contact: Steve Curry, P. O. Box 58271, Louisville, KY 40268; 502/777-2912.
MACHINE QUILTING: Baby to king size. Call: Laverna Napier, 513/422-2725.
BOOK FOR SALE: I have researched and compiled records on my Gough ancestors and believe I am a descendant of William Goffe (Gough), one of the English judges who signed the death warrant for King Charles I. My book, Descendants Of A Regicide was published in 2005 by Trafford Publishing Ltd., Victoria, and BC, Canada. Regicide, (Latin, King Killer), the name given the judges responsible for the trial and execution of King Charles I in 1649. After the Restoration (1660) of the monarchy they were accepted from general pardon granted by the act of indemnity. At that time 41 of the 59 signers of the king death warrant were still alive. Fifteen of them fled: General William Goffe, John Dixwell, and General Whalley went to New England; several went to Germany, Holland, and Switzerland. Nine of those who signed the warrant were hanged; six others, who were deemed less politically dangerous, were imprisoned for life and some were later reprieved. General William Goffe could be my first relative in America. You can review my book at: Trafford.com/04-2518
FOR SALE: Antique colorful marbles, pre-1955. $37.50 per 50 marbles. Nice. Postage paid by me. Contact: Donna Miller, P. O. Box 416, Garden City, MI 48136.
FOR SALE: Kentucky Explorer magazine, 1996-2003, $2.50 each or $130 for all 58 books, plus shipping and handling and insurance. Contact: Vickie Adkins, 740/420-7387. I have the full sets of 1997 and 2000.
REAL COUNTRY: Tired of the hip-hop or rock sound of country music as I am? Then send for this petite, mountain song-bird's CD or tape of her self-written originals, including A Broken Heart Cries. It is the best song written about 9/11/2001, in my opinion. Studio recorded and USA manufactured. What a great Christmas gift. I believe you'll be as pleasantly pleased as I (Charles Davis, Connersville, Indiana) am. CD: $15; tape, $10. Contact: Katrina Sparks, P. O. Box 579, McKee, KY 40447; 606/287-7503.
BOOK FOR SALE: Our Bach Family Ancestral Heritage, From Thuringia, Germany, to Quicksand, Kentucky, Volume II. The first edition is ready to ship. This 765-page genealogy of the life and times of Joseph and Elizabeth Hoffman Bach include their siblings, cousins, uncles, and descendants; namely: Joseph, Jr. (son: Joseph); Mary (son: Alfred Colyer); Henry (wife: Susannah Maggard); Uncle John Williams (sons: John and Jacob); Uncle John Jacob (sons: Jacob & John); and others. Source documents such as wills, grants, deeds, etc., are included; as well as many individual family pictures. Price: $40, plus $7 S/H. Send orders to: T. Sam Bach, 345 Caney Branch Road, Burnside, KY 42519. A few copies of Volume I are still available for sale at Burnside, Kentucky, and Memory Hill in Morgan County. Price: $35.
BOOK FOR SALE: Entangle Roots II by Hayes Lewis, edited by Glen and Judy Hendrix. It contains 748 pages and is priced at $35, plus $3.50 S/H. The following families are included: Baker, Bowling, Campbell, Clark, Coots, Day, Garrison, Henson, Kilburn, James Lewis Griffon, James Lewis Shepherd, James Lewis Hensen, Thad-deus Lewis, Joseph Lewis, Samuel Lewis, Isaac Lewis, Patsy Lewis, Henry M. Lewis, John Lewis, Loyd Gilbert Lewis, Maggard, Pennington, Roberts, Williams, Madden, and Yates. Pictures of schools of yesteryear are included. To order, contact: Glen and Judy Hendrix, 10451 Cutshin Road, Yeaddis, KY 41777; or Hayes Lewis, P. O. Box 159, Hyden, KY 41749.
ATTENTION: A very avid collector is looking to buy any wooden decoys. Contact: Lewis Walters, 210 N. 9th Street, Fairbury, IL 61739; 815-692-4073.