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TURKEY NECK BEND IS THE NAME GIVEN TO THE SECTION OF
MONROE COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WHERE MY HUSBAND WAS BORN.
THE NAME CAME FROM THE FACT THAT THE LAND FORMED A
TURKEY'S NECK WHERE IT WAS BORDERED BY THE CUMBERLAND
RIVER.

Where learned: KENTUCKY, ASSUMED ; MONROE COUNTY

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Explanation of a name

Date learned: 08-12-1968

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