Monthly Archives: February 2012

Kentucky Colonel Title

Did you notice a Colonel Sanders in the Breckenridge tree? Folks were made an ‘Honorary Kentucky Colonel’ if you contributed something worthy to that State’s History. Colonel Sanders, of fried chicken fame, was so honored in 1935. So was Mohammed … Continue reading

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Mohammed Ali in the Peerage

Mohammed Ali (Cassius Clay) Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., was born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky.[13] The younger of two boys, he was named after his father, Cassius Marcellus Clay, Sr., who was named after the 19th century abolitionist … Continue reading

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Breckenridge Family Patriots and Traitors

Cassius Clay, better known as Mohammed Ali, may have gotten his name from U.S. diplomat Cassius M. Clay who is in the Breckenridge family tree. Mohammed was the most famous black man in America, and the world, until Barak Obama … Continue reading

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Professor Breckenridge

Here is a historic sketch of Professor Samuel Breckenridge who went to college and appreciated Brain Power, as well as the Power of Jesus. One can not say the same about the leaders of the Republican Evangelical Party who insist … Continue reading

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The Breckenridge College Theologians

For Santuram to say our first snobby (uppity) black President wants everyone to be made in his image by going to college is ignorant and racist. President Barak Obama is in the company of these great men kin to the … Continue reading

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Hugh Henry Brackenridge

“God can stand the questioning.” Greg Mel 1987 Go to college. Use your mind. Jon Hugh Henry Brackenridge From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Hugh Henry Brackenridge, one of the first American novelists and founder of the University … Continue reading

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Samuel Stanhope Smith President of Princeton

Samuel was dismissed as President of Princeton because of his liberal views about race and slavery. His words – “If reason and charity cannot promote the cause of truth and piety, I cannot see how it should ever flourish under … Continue reading

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