Person:Annelizah Chambers (1)

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Annelizah "Annie" Chambers
d.1904 Kentucky
m. bef 1830
  1. Fielding Thomas Chambers1815 - 1816
  2. Fenora Thomas Chambers1817 - 1843
  3. Beline Chambers1819 - 1887
  4. Renette Chambersabt 1821 -
  5. Annelizah "Annie" Chambers1824 - 1904
  6. Le Wilma Chambersabt 1826 -
  7. Unknown Female Chambersabt 1828 -
m. 22 Dec 1842
m. abt 1859
Facts and Events
Name[1] Annelizah "Annie" Chambers
Married Name Bradford
Married Name Ketchum
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 8 Nov 1824 Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 22 Dec 1842 Kentucky[1st wife - they are first cousins]
to Joseph Woods Bradford
Divorce bef 1859 Kentuckyfrom Joseph Woods Bradford
Marriage abt 1859 to Leonidas Ketchum
Other[1] 24 May 1876 Paris, Franceentered a convent
Death? 1904 Kentucky
Residence[1] Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States

Research Notes

  • she was a poet
  • published poems include: "Benny: A Christmas ballad (New York, 1869), "Semper Fidelis" (Harper's Magazine, Oct 1873), "Delores," "Waiting," and "Amabere Me"
  • published "Lotus Flowers" (New York, 1878), a book of her poems
  • published novel "Nellie Bracken" (Philadephia, 1855)
  • editor of The Lotus, a monthly magazine published at Memphis
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Biography, in Gaines, B. O. The B. O. Gaines history of Scott County. (Georgetown, Kentucky: B.O. Gaines Printery, 1905), 2:304, Secondary quality.
    Mrs. Annie (Chambers) Ketchum
  2. Family Recorded, in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, c1981), 1:200, Secondary quality.