When the purchasers from Hopkinsville came, Wade searched them thoroughly with his keen eye.
A private school was opened at Hopkinsville in 1844, which lasted ten years.
When a gentleman wished a slave he usually went to Hopkinsville and bought slaves there.
Their route then lay through Canton, Cadiz, and to Hopkinsville.
We remained at Hopkinsville three days, and then resumed our march.
Every place they visited they received the same reply, so they turned back to Hopkinsville with dejected countenances.
So this woman Especuliar is still in Hopkinsville and her story is known in quite a few of the older circles.
Born in this County and has spent her life in and around Hopkinsville.