Estill

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Estill, South Carolina - Demographics
... There were 909 households in which 79.5% were occupied and 20.5% were vacant ... In the town the population was spread out with 30.8% under the age of 18, 11.5% from 20 to 29, 10.3 from 30 to 39, 12.0% from 40 to 49, and 12.6% from 50 to 59, 11.9% from 60 to 69 and 10.85 over 69 years old. ...
Battle Of Little Mountain - Aftermath
... Miller became the scapegoat for both the Kentuckians' defeat and the death of Captain Estill ... Miller never returned to Estill's Station to defend himself against his accusers ... Monk Estill won particular distinction for bravery during the battle and carried a wounded militiaman, James Berry, almost 25 miles (40 km) back to Estill's ...
Estill Springs, Tennessee - History and Development - Twentieth Century To Present
... During the time of Prohibition, Estill Springs was home to prominent local mobster and bootlegger Parker Jones ... Parker and his men also used Estill as their primary logistics hub to traffic the booze through middle Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia ... Jones remained in Estill for several years owning mayors, city councilmen, and police officers ...
Estill County, Kentucky
... Estill County is a county located in the U.S ... the county is named after Captain James Estill, a Kentucky militia officer killed in the Battle of Little Mountain during the American Revolutionary ... In 2008, Estill County welcomed the Estill County Bicentennial that included a yearlong celebration of themed months showcasing 200 years of history ...
Peter Hackett - Estill's Station and The Battle of Little Mountain
... In 1779, James Estill was named one of the trustees to the incorporated town of Boonesborough, but he, along Peter Hackett, refused to serve ... Fort Estill was established about four miles Southeast of Richmond and east of this place in 1779-1780, by Col ... Samuel and Captain James Estill ...