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History of Knifley Community and Knifley's Schools

This story was first posted on 2006-04-24 13:22:31 the last year the Knifley Grade Center held classes. The building, at 12190 Knifley Road, Knifley, KY, still stands.

"The school has been at the center of the Knifley Community for over 100 years"

Several photos accompany this story. A number of essays from the last graduating class now follow the introduction. A biography of Joseph Knifley is scheduled. Additions and corrections are invited.
"Our children won't be able to come here and that's sad." AMANDA GREER


By Jennifer Hardin and Donald Knifley, and the last graduating class of Knifley Grade Center

Around 1800, Phillip Knifley, along with his wife Sarah who was from Ireland, began to acquire land along the Northeast side of Roley Road, along Casey Creek, which was known back then as the "Knifley Fields".

To continue the story, click to: HISTORY OF KNIFLEY COMMUNITY AND KNIFLEY'S SCHOOLS



This story was posted on 2014-02-16 05:23:44
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