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Author Ronald Wolford Blair holds Col. Wolford sword

2016-09-07 - Lexington, KY - Photo submitted by Ronald Wolford Blair.
The Kentucky Historical Society recently surprised author Ronald Wolford Blair. They gave him an opportunity to hold in his hands the jeweled sword that had been presented to Col. Frank Lane Wolford, downtown Lexington, on March 10, 1864 for his role in capturing Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Ronald Wolford Blair is Col. Wolford's Biographer and g,g, nephew. He has many Wolford & Blair relatives in Russell, Adair, and Casey Counties. Lindsey Wilson College will host the author at 3pmCT, Tuesday, September 13, 2016, at LWC's Norma & Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship, 402 Helen Flatt DR, Columbia, KY, to discuss his new book on the life of Col. Frank Lane Wolford, entitled, Wild Wolf - The Great Civil War Rivalry. The event is a Kentucky Humanities Council and a Lindsey Writes Event. Contact: the Phil Hanna at (270) 384-8250 /

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