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1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
HOOK FORK 802
PRECINCT 7
JOHN W HARRIS 27 BORN VIRGINIA
JEMIMA LEMASTER 36 BORN KY
MARRIED 9-17-1874
MAYWOOD 4 SON BORN 2-5-1876 KY
CHARLIE 8/12 SON BORN (OCT) KY 
Harris, John W. (I263612)
 
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They reared their family on Carr Creek, Knott County, Kentucky near theold Carr Church. They are buried in the Stamper Cemetary about a milebelow this church. This cemetary is called Ball Point Cemetary.

by Carlice Breeding, 1968 
Francis, Samuel (I27970)
 
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It is with much sadness and a aching heart that I will tr y to write theobituary of a dear sweet mother who was so p recious to me. Daisy HallMitchell was born August 5, 1909 , and passed away September 1, 1984,making her stay here o n earth 75 years and 26 days.
Mom was the oldest daughter of the late Rev. J. M. Hall an d Mary JaneHall of Ligon, Kentucky. She leaves five sister s behind to mourn herloss. They are: Dacie Mitchell, Hi Ha t, Kentucky, Dinah Adkins, Minford,Ohio, Oma Pennington, L igon, Kentucky, Ida Mae Bailey, Pikeville,Kentucky, Maxin e Ward, McDowell, Kentucky.
On January 25, 1925, she married a wonderful companion Cri t "Dude"Mitchell. The Lord blessed them with 58 years toge ther before they hadto part. Unto this union were born ele ven children, one died in infancy,ten children survive, fi ve sons and five daughters. They are: CarlMitchell & Willi e Mitchell Beaver, Kentucky, Crit Jr. Mitchell, Beaver,Ken tucky, Daniel Mitchell, Beaver, Kentucky, Paul Randall Mitc hell,Beaver, Kentucky, Madge Walters, Hamilton, Ohio, Meld a Dillow, GardenCity, Michigan, Ruby Hamilton, Flat Rock , Michigan, Margaret Lois Slone,Columbus, Ohio, Vivian Kea thley, Beaver, Kentucky. ,
Mom was so brave in her last years here on earth. She had b een sick forfive years with the awful disease of cancer. S he never joined thechurch, but she told of a wonderful exp erience she had of being withJesus and walking with him an d holding hands on streets of pure gold.That is why she i s no longer with us here on earth, he needed a specialange l for his home above. I miss her so much as the days go by , but Iknow she is at rest and is with her Saviour, and wi th my Pop and brothertoo. So in closing I will say sleep o n sweet Mother I hope to meet yousomeday.

Written by a broken hearted daughter,
Vivian Keathley 
Hall, Daisy (I107102)
 
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Name: William Bach
SSN: 269-10-0075
Last Residence: 40508 Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
Born: 2 Oct 1880
Died: Sept 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951)


Kentucky Death Index, 1911 - 2000:
Name: William E. Bach
Death Date: 5 September, 1966
Death Place: Fayette County
Age: 085
Residence: Fayette County
Volume: 42
Certificate 20574 
Bach, William Everett (I121429)
 
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ID: I3163
Name: SARAH CAROLINE BLAIR
Sex: F
Birth: 15 JAN 1862 in ,LETCHER CO.,KENTUCKY
Death: 7 MAY 1919
Burial: BLAIR CEM.,COWAN CREEK,LETCHER CO.,KENTUCKY
Reference Number: GED

Father: FRANCIS MARION BLAIR b: 3 AUG 1836 in ,HARLAN CO.,KENTUCKY
Mother: REGINA DORINDA DINGUS b: 21 MAR 1838 in ,SCOTT CO.,VIRGINIA

Marriage 1 JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN b: AUG 1860 in ,LETCHER CO.,KENTUCKY
Married: 1879 in ,LETCHER CO.,KENTUCKY


179. SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR (REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was born January 15,18621. She married JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN1, son of WILLIAM BROWN andLEUTISHA DAY. He was born August 18601, and died April 11, 19431. 
Blair, Sarah Caroline (I81992)
 
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ID: I457
Name: Woolery EVERSOLE
Sex: M
Birth: 1794 in PA?, NC [1850 Census Suggests 1794]
Christening: in Lived In Perry Co. All His Life
Death: 4 SEP 1871 in KY
Burial: in Not The Woolery Who Married Jestin Collins
Change Date: 24 JAN 1999

Father: Jacob EVERSOLE b: ABT 1760 in Lancaster, PA
Mother: Mary (Anna Maria?) KESSLER b: 1764 in PA

Marriage 1 Lucy CORNETT b: 12 JAN 1789 in 1850 Census Suggests 1796
Married: 17 JUN 1813 in Clay Co., KY 
Eversole, Woolery (I4252)
 
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ID: I460
Name: Mary (Anna Maria?) KESSLER
Sex: F
Birth: 1764 in PA
Death: ABT 1834 in Perry Co., KY
Occupation: Mary's Father May Be As Listed Here; HansHad A Daughter
EDUC: Whose Name Was Anna Maria "Mary"
Change Date: 26 JUL 1998

Father: Hans Abraham KESSLER b: 1720 in Germany
Mother: Maria Magdalena "Mary"

Marriage 1 Jacob EVERSOLE b: ABT 1760 in Lancaster, PA
Married: ABT 1784 in Lancaster, PA?
Children
John EVERSOLE b: 1785 in PA?
Peter EVERSOLE b: 1787 in PA?
Abraham EVERSOLE b: 1790 in PA?; Ashe Co., NC [1794-6 Is Too Late]
Woolery EVERSOLE b: 1794 in PA?, NC [1850 Census Suggests 1794]
Mary "Polly" EVERSOLE b: ABT 1796 in PA?, NC
Sarah "Sally" EVERSOLE b: ABT 1797 in Ashe Co., NC
Joseph EVERSOLE b: ABT 1800 in NC
Nancy EVERSOLE
William? EVERSOLE 
Kessler, Anna Maria (I5483)
 
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Date of death info from:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~rita/stanifer/d0001/g0000004.html#I2703
Also known as "Peggy"

The Death Cert of daughter Mary Polly Combs Allen says Alfred was born in VA and Margaret was born in Breathitt Co., KY. 
Noble, Margaret (I15959)
 
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Delcinea moved with her father and family to louisa, Lawrence County, KY.They lived on a branch of Lick Creek called Shake Rage, three miles southof Louisa.

There she met Abe Webb, a Widower, from the Mill Creek section of FortGAy, WV. Abe had 7 children from his first wife, Jane Bolden, who died inchildbirth. They married and moved to Ironton, OH.

All of Delcinea and Abe's children were born in Ironton, OH.

Abe worked as a Steel Mill Hand with the Belle Fort Steel Corp. for 40years. All the children grew up and stayed in OH. 
Webb, Abraham (I104561)
 
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Frances and her husband Robert Frazier lived in Floyd County all their lives. Robert owned 100 acres of land on Mud Creek in 1842, 100 acres near Dry Bridge in 1846, 100 acres on Frasure Creek in 1847, another 150 acres on Mud Creek in 1861, and 285 acres on Big Mus Creek in 1871 (Kentucky Land Warrants). On the 1860 census Robert owned real estate valued at $3000 with a personal estate of $1472, making him well-to-do.

In 1870 his real estate was valued at $1500 with a personal estate of $1000.

Robert's will probated Jan 1883. Listed Frances, daughter Martha Ellen Turner, grandson Robert Frasure, grandson Anthony Frasure, John and Eligah's legal heirs, and Fredrick Turner. 
Frasure, Robert T. (I73516)
 
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From a document with data gathered by Edna Faye Kimball Gracey and Pam Duff Enright.

Known to family as Whitey.

The document says info on this family came from Anita Jean Evans. (Sister of Melissa) 
Campbell, Mervin (I80067)
 
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He was a brother to Hiram H., who married a sister to Lucinda. They alsomoved to the Red River area of Wolfe County, Kentucky. John b. May 28,1808 d. June 26, 1849 in Wolfe County, Kentucky, and was buried at headof Elk Creek, Letcher County, Kentucky. His descendants say he was hauled100 miles by oxen to the burial place. Oliver Stamper att. in Cleveland,Ohio, says "they moved to Elk Creek by oxen team and he died later". Ivisited this cemetary in 1944. Oliver Stamper att. in Cleveland, Ohiosays the Hiram Stamper that was Sheriff of Letcher County was No. 85.,Susannah's husband. Oliver is correct.

by Carlice Breeding, 1968 
Hogg, Lucinda (I6887)
 
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http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/o/y/Gregory-A-Boyd/GENE3-0013.html 
Wahunsonacock, Powhatan (I27656)
 
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Information contained herein came from The Family Ledger kept primarilyby William J Hall.

David died of Pneumonia during the 1913 Ohio River flood. He died at10:23 according to a family notebook, possibly written by Willliam J.Hall.

He is buried in the Woodland Cemetery, Irointon, OH, just to the right ofa Civil War canon.



Information contained herein came from The Family Ledger kept primarilyby William J Hall.

David died of Pneumonia during the 1913 Ohio River flood. He died at10:23 according to a family notebook, possibly written by Willliam J.Hall.



He is buried in the Woodland Cemetery, Irointon, OH, just to the right ofa Civil War canon. 
Hall, David (I24665)
 
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Information contained herein came from The Family Ledger kept primarilyby William J Hall.

Robert Hall was a timberman who bought and sold virgin timber. He was inthe woods with his men cutting trees and was killed when a tree fell onhim.

He is burried on the Bill Hall Branch, Near McDowell, Floyd County, KY,at the foot of the hill where you can cross over onto Big Mud Creek. 
Hall, Robert (I24685)
 
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Information contained herein came from The Family Ledger kept primarilyby William J Hall. 
Hall, Susan Emaline (I9498)
 
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Information on this person comes from a 10 page Noble document found at the Kentucky Historical Society - No author given. (JR)
I have conflicting sources as to the wife of Alfred Combs (Jr?)
One says America Noble
Another says Mintie Noble (same woman?). I don't know. (JR) 
Combs, Alfred Alton Jr. (I34402)
 
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Information on this person comes from a 10 page Noble document found at the Kentucky Historical Society - No author given. (JR)
Jack Noble and Turk Noble were not in this above document. I did not record where they came from. But I already had them when I posted from the above document. (JR)

Susan Fahnstromm on her web page says he died in 1866.

Found in George Washington Noble's book "Behold He Cometh In The Clouds":

"I went down to Uncle Alfred Combs’s before my horse got well. I could see no brand on the horse as the hide was dry where the walnut had been rubbed. Uncle Alfred bad a fine branded horse which had been burned with a hot shovel to disfigure the brand, but
it would show a little on a frosty morning. He said he would give me his horse for mine. His horse was in good fix and I wanted to come borne, and I said, all right,” and we swapped. I told him I had a cow up at Jake’s; I was going up there and give the cow to Jake and go home He said, Come down here and stay with us until we get ready to move and go with us and carry a load. I told him all right. I stayed with him until the last of September. He had moved from Breathitt county, Kentucky. He was the father of Capt Henderson Combs, who was a captain in the Thirteenth Ken­tucky Cavalry. He resigned his office and Capt Strong's men killed him. They would not let him surrender, but killed him in his own house, and went on a mile and killed David Barnett, an innocent man. Uncle Alfred had peddled on baled cotton there and carried it on horseback from Virginia to Kentucky and made enough money to buy a negro. He bought him from Al Frick in Virginia.. He was a crippled negro and was raised in Georgia. He was crippled with rheumatism His name was James. He was so small when he left Georgia that he did not know anything about their names. He is still living near Jackson, Breathitt county, Kentucky."

It is said that this is who the T-Point cemetery is named. He is Alfred A "Tea" Combs.

Try this link for T-Point Cemetery.
http://loricase.com/tpoint.html

The Death Cert of daughter Mary Polly Combs Allen says Alfred was born in VA and Margaret was born in Breathitt Co., KY. 
Combs, Judge Alfred Alton Sr. (I15950)
 
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It is believed by some people, that he died and is buried at Jackson,Kentucky. A marriage record in Culpeper County, Virginia, "Stephen Hoggto Sarah Williams, March 22nd, 1800". It is believed they moved to NorthCarolina from Culpeper County, Virginia, and then to Letcher County,Kentucky (then Perry County) by 1801. Their son Hiram was born beforethey came. They settled in the vicinity of Whiteburg, Kentucky and laterHiram gave the land to the people on which Whitesburg was built. One ofSarah's brothers came to Kentucky with them and his offspring are livingat Whitesburg at the present. (1968)

by Carlice Breeding, 1968 
Hogg, Stephen (I5560)
 
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Kentucky Death Index:
William O. Blackburn
d. 24 February 1989
d.p. Fayette County
Age: 082
Residence: Grant County
Volume Number: 13
Certificate Number: 6028 
Blackburn, William O. (I121475)
 
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Marriage record in Letcher County record book 1 page 7, date December 28,1842 by Hiram Hogg J.P., James to Lodica Frazier M. Lodica Frazier b.April 22, 1826 d. March 26, 1873. She died two years after they moved toRowan County. In 1871 they sold their farm on Kings Creek, LetcherCounty, Kentucky and their plans were to settle in Texas, but for someunknown reason they located at Cranston, (New Hope), Rowan County,Kentucky. They bought a farm six miles out of Morehead, Kentucky on thenorth fork of Triplett Creek and are buried there. In 1936 I visited thegrave site. While at Morehead College I became acquainted with theiroffsprings. I was interested in the family because my great grandmother,Peggy Hogg, was their daughter. (No. 109 in the book) I lived with TildonHogg's family while attending college, and became personally acquaintedwith the generation. It is said they were the first Hogge family to addthe letter "e" to the name Hogge. James was a man of noble character anda gentleman. In his clan were lawyers, college professors, schoolsuperintendents, judges, teachers, and hundreds of good culturedcitizens. They contributed greatly to the development of Rowan County,Kentucky. Three of his daughters married and Margaret "Peggy" Hogge hisoldest child and her son, James Ison is my grandfather. Peggy and Elijahare both buried in our family cemetary at Isom, Letcher County. She diedin 1875 and he died in 1877.

by Carlice Breeding, 1968 
Hogg, James Jr. (I7853)
 
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On the marriage bond applied for by Jonathan Jr. in 1850, her name was listed as Nancy HIGGINS. 
Higgins, Nancy (I23758)
 
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ID: I13837
Name: JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1 AUG 1860 in Letcher Co., KY 1
Death: 11 APR 1943 in Letcher Co., KY 1
Reference Number: 468

Father: WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN b: 11 MAR 1826 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co.,KY
Mother: LETITA DAY

Marriage 1 SARAH CAROLINA BLAIR
Married: 1878 in Letcher Co, Kentucky 1
Children
JESSE BROWN b: 18 JUL 1879

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ID: I13837
Name: JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1 AUG 1860 in Letcher Co., KY 1
Death: 11 APR 1943 in Letcher Co., KY 1
Reference Number: 468

Father: WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN b: 11 MAR 1826 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co.,KY
Mother: LETITA DAY

Marriage 1 SARAH CAROLINA BLAIR
Married: 1878 in Letcher Co, Kentucky 1
Children
JESSE BROWN b: 18 JUL 1879



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1. JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN was born 1 AUG 1860 in Letcher Co., KY, and died11 APR 1943 in Letcher Co., KY. He was the son of 2. WILLIAM TECUMSEHBROWN and 3. LETITA DAY. He married SARAH CAROLINA BLAIR 1878 in LetcherCo, Kentucky, daughter of FRANCIS BLAIR and REGINA DINGUS.

Child of JOSEPH PRESTON BROWN and SARAH CAROLINA BLAIR is: i. JESSEBROWN was born 18 JUL 1879.

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2. WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN was born 11 MAR 1826 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co.,KY, and died 18 NOV 1914 in Indian Bottom, KY. He was the son of 4. JOHNQ BROWN and 5. ELIZABETH CAUDILL.

3. LETITA DAY. She was the daughter of 6. JOSEPH DAY and 7. DINNAHCOLLIER.

Children of LETITA DAY and WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN are:1. i. JOSEPHPRESTON BROWN was born 1 AUG 1860 in Letcher Co., KY, and died 11 APR1943 in Letcher Co., KY. He married SARAH CAROLINA BLAIR 1878 in LetcherCo, Kentucky, daughter of FRANCIS BLAIR and REGINA DINGUS.
ii. JESSE M BROWN was born 1862 in Letcher Co., KY. He married DICYSTANIFER.
iii. JAMES HENRY BROWN was born 5 OCT 1864 in Letcher Co., KY, anddied 1 AUG 1959 in Ulvah, KY. He married MARY JANE STOUT 1884. He marriedSARAH SALLY DIXON 11 MAR 1897 in Letcher Co., KY, daughter of JAMESDIXION and SARAH STACY.
iv. DIANNAH BROWN was born 1866 in Letcher Co., KY, and died 1869 inLetcher Co., KY.
v. SALLIE ANN BROWN was born 1867 in Letcher Co., KY.
vi. SARAH BROWN was born 1868 in Letcher Co., KY.
vii. MARTHA BROWN was born 1870 in Letcher Co., KY. She married DAVEHALL.
viii. DAVID C BROWN was born 22 JUL 1874 in Letcher Co., KY, and died1960 in Lothair, KY. He married POLLY ANN WHITAKER 19 JAN 1895 inKENTUCKY.
ix. REBBECA ANN BROWN was born 15 AUG 1876 in Letcher Co., KY. Shemarried BILL NOBLE.
x. FRANIS BROWN was born 1878 in Letcher Co., KY, and died 3 APR 1919in Letcher Co., KY. She married BRENT COLLINS.
xi. MARY JANE BROWN was born 1880 in Letcher Co., KY. She marriedGEORGE W COLLINS.
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4. JOHN Q BROWN. He was the son of 8. VALENTINE BROWN and 9. MARYUNKNOWN.

5. ELIZABETH CAUDILL was born 18 JUN 1800 in Lunenburg Co., VA, and died11 OCT 1881 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY. She was the daughter of 10.STEPHEN CAUDILL and 11. SARAH FRANCES ADAMS.

Children of ELIZABETH CAUDILL and JOHN Q BROWN are: i. SARAH SALLIEBROWN was born 12 APR 1815 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY, and died 19 APR1892 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY. She married JOSEPH ENOCH CORNETT 1837in KENTUCKY.
ii. STEPHEN BROWN was born 1818 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY, anddied 1836 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY.
iii. BEN BROWN was born 1822 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY, and died1863 in Letcher Co., KY. He married MARY POLLY BLAIR 25 SEP 1845 inLetcher Co, Kentucky, daughter of JOHN BLAIR and ELIZABETH HARRISON.
iv. SUSANNAH BROWN was born 25 SEP 1823 in Letcher Co., KY, and died6 NOV 1884 in Letcher Co., KY. She married JOSEPH BLAIR 19 OCT 1842 inLetcher Co, Kentucky, son of JOHN BLAIR and ELIZABETH HARRISON.
2. v. WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN was born 11 MAR 1826 in Dry Fork, LetcherCo., KY, and died 18 NOV 1914 in Indian Bottom, KY. He married LETITA DAY20 MAR 1859, daughter of JOSEPH DAY and DINNAH COLLIER.
vi. MARY POPPIE BROWN was born 1827 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co, Ky.. Shemarried WILLIAM H CAUDILL 6 MAR 1845 in KENTUCKY.
vii. GEORGE W BROWN was born 5 OCT 1831 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY,and died 15 JUL 1917 in KY. He married SUSANNAH WELLS 7 JAN 1856 inLetcher Co, Kentucky, daughter of EZEKIEL WELLS and EMALINE DAY.
viii. HENRYETTA RITTER BROWN was born 1834 in Letcher Co., KY. Shemarried ISSAC STURGILL 1851, son of FRANCIS STURGILL and RUTH BISHOP.
ix. ELIZABETH BROWN was born 1835 in KY. She married UNKNOWNSTURGILL.
x. HIRAM C BROWN was born 1836 in KY. He married SARAH SALLEY BLAIR21 FEB 1867 in KENTUCKY.
xi. EASTER BROWN was born 1839 in Letcher Co., KY. She married JOHNLYOYD DAY 1 MAY 1859 in KENTUCKY, son of WILLIAM DAY and JANE BROWN. Hewas born CA. 1829.
xii. JESSE MARLIN BROWN was born 1840 in KY.. He married SARAH CBLAIR 1863, daughter of CHARLES BLAIR and SARAH CREECH.
xiii. LARKIN BROWN was born 1846 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co, Ky.. Hemarried MARGARET ADAMS.

6. JOSEPH DAY.

7. DINNAH COLLIER.

Child of DINNAH COLLIER and JOSEPH DAY is:3. i. LETITA DAY. Shemarried WILLIAM TECUMSEH BROWN 20 MAR 1859, son of JOHN Q BROWN andELIZABETH CAUDILL. He was born 11 MAR 1826 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY,and died 18 NOV 1914 in Indian Bottom, KY.
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8. VALENTINE BROWN.

9. MARY UNKNOWN.

Child of MARY UNKNOWN and VALENTINE BROWN is:4. i. JOHN Q BROWN. Hemarried ELIZABETH CAUDILL 15 APR 1816 in Floyd Co Ky, daughter of STEPHENCAUDILL and SARAH FRANCES ADAMS. She was born 18 JUN 1800 in LunenburgCo., VA, and died 11 OCT 1881 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY.

10. STEPHEN CAUDILL was born 1763 in Lunenburg Co., VA, and died 26 JUL1839 in Sandi Lick, Letcher Co., KY. He was the son of 20. JAMES CAUDILLand 21. MARY YARBOROUGH.

11. SARAH FRANCES ADAMS was born 1779 in Loudon Co., VA, and died OCT1842 in Sandi Lick, Letcher Co., KY. She was the daughter of 22. BENJAMINADAMS and 23. HENRIETTA CAUDILL.

Children of SARAH FRANCES ADAMS and STEPHEN CAUDILL are: i. STEPHENCAUDILL was born 7 FEB 1794 in SC, and died 1 JAN 1857 in Lawrence Co.,KY. He married SARAH YONTS JUN 1814 in Floyd Co Ky. He married SARAHYOUNTS 23 JUN 1814 in Floyd Co Ky, daughter of WILLIAM YOUNTS andMARGARET BENTLEY. He married ELIZABETH CASEBOLT 1 MAY 1828 in Pike Co,Ky..
ii. JOHN ADAMS CAUDILL was born 1 JAN 1798 in Ashe Co., NC, and died10 MAY 1873 in KY. He married RACHELL CORNETT, daughter of WILLIAMCORNETT and MARY EVERAGE.
iii. BENJAMIN E. CAUDILL was born 1799 in Wilkes Co., NC, and died 27FEB 1850 in Saylersville KY. He married ABAGAIL PENNINGTON.
5. iv. ELIZABETH CAUDILL was born 18 JUN 1800 in Lunenburg Co., VA, anddied 11 OCT 1881 in Dry Fork, Letcher Co., KY. She married JOHN Q BROWN15 APR 1816 in Floyd Co Ky, son of VALENTINE BROWN and MARY UNKNOWN.
v. HENRYETTA CAUDILL was born ABT 1803 in NC, and died 1835 in PertCreek, Perry Co., KY. She married GEORGE M ADAMS 20 FEB 1820.
vi. EASTER ESTHER CAUDILL was born ABT 1806 in Roaring River , NC,and died 1887. She married LEVI ELDRIDGE.
vii. NANCY CAUDILL was born ABT 1806 in Roaring River , NC, and died1863. She married RANDOLPH ADAMS 25 DEC 1823, son of JOHN ADAMS and LYDIASIMPSON. He was born ABT 1802 in NC.
viii. SARAH CAUDILL was born ABT 1810 in NC, and died 1867 in PikeCo., KY. She married MOSE ADAMS 20 JUL 1825 in Letcher Co, Kentucky.
ix. LYDIA CAUDILL was born 19 JUL 1816 in N.C.. She married NATHANIELWOLEARY CORNETT.
x. JESSE B CAUDILL was born 10 NOV 1818 in NC, and died 1904 in KY.He married MARY POLLY BACK 4 APR 1844 in KENTUCKY.
xi. WATSON E CAUDILL was born 14 MAR 1822 in Letcher Co., KY, anddied 5 DEC 1898. He married ELIZABETH B SMITH 1842 in Letcher Co,Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM SMITH and ELIZABETH CHILDRESS.
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20. JAMES CAUDILL was born ABT 1720 in Colonial, Va. orSurry Co, Va., anddied ABT 1805 in Wilkes Co, N.C.. He was the son of 40. STEPHEN CAUDILLand 41. MARY ELIZABETH FIELDS.

21. MARY YARBOROUGH.

Children of MARY YARBOROUGH and JAMES CAUDILL are: i. BENJAMINCAUDILL was born ABT 1750 in Lunenburg Co, Va..
ii. JAMES CAUDILL was born ABT 1753 in Lunenburg Co., VA, and died 30MAY 1840 in Perry Co./Letcher Co., KY. He married MARY ADAMS 1770 inWilkes Co, NC. He married SARAH ELIZABETH JAMES ABT 1788.
iii. MATHEW CAUDILL was born ABT 1763 in Lunenburg Co, VA, and died1837 in Letcher Co., KY. He married SARAH WEBB ABT 1793 in Wilkes Co, NC,daughter of JAMES WEBB and ELIZABETH NELSON. She was born 8 NOV 1778 inWilkes Co, NC, and died 1867.
10. iv. STEPHEN CAUDILL was born 1763 in Lunenburg Co., VA, and died 26JUL 1839 in Sandi Lick, Letcher Co., KY. He married JANE DEHART 3 MAR1784 in Wilkes Co, N.C.. He married SARAH FRANCES ADAMS 1791 in WilkesCo., NC, daughter of BENJAMIN ADAMS and HENRIETTA CAUDILL. She was born1779 in Loudon Co., VA, and died OCT 1842 in Sandi Lick, Letcher Co.,KY.
v. WILLIAM CAUDILL was born ABT 1764.
vi. THOMAS ARON CAUDILL was born 4 JUN 1764 in LunenburgCo.,/Franklin Co., VA, and died 5 MAY 1848 in Simpson Co., KY. He marriedMARY POLLY CAUDILL.
vii. MARY CAUDILL was born ABT 1765.
viii. HENRYETTA CAUDILL was born ABT 1766 in Sussex Co, Va..
ix. ABNER CAUDILL was born ABT 1767.
x. JOHN CAUDILL was born ABT 1768.
xi. DAVID CAUDILL was born ABT 1771.
xii. JESSE CAUDILL was born ABT 1774 in Lunenburg Co, Va..

Child of MARY YARBOROUGH and JAMES CAUDILL is:23. i. HENRIETTA CAUDILLwas born ABT 1766 in Sussex Co, Va.. She married BENJAMIN ADAMS, son ofJOHN ADAMS and VINNIE BAUSELL.

22. BENJAMIN ADAMS. He was the son of 44. JOHN ADAMS and 45. VINNIEBAUSELL.

23. HENRIETTA CAUDILL was born ABT 1766 in Sussex Co, Va.. She was thedaughter of 46. JAMES CAUDILL and 47. MARY YARBOROUGH.

Child of HENRIETTA CAUDILL and BENJAMIN ADAMS is:11. i. SARAH FRANCESADAMS was born 1779 in Loudon Co., VA, and died OCT 1842 in Sandi Lick,Letcher Co., KY. She married STEPHEN CAUDILL 1791 in Wilkes Co., NC, sonof JAMES CAUDILL and MARY YARBOROUGH. He was born 1763 in Lunenburg Co.,VA, and died 26 JUL 1839 in Sandi Lick, Letcher Co., KY.

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40. STEPHEN CAUDILL was born 1685 in Colonial, Va. or Scotland, and died1763 in Lunenburg, Va..

41. MARY ELIZABETH FIELDS.

Children of MARY ELIZABETH FIELDS and STEPHEN CAUDILL are: i. SAMPSONCAUDILL was born ABT 1717 in Colonial, Va., and died in Lunenburg Va..
20. ii. JAMES CAUDILL was born ABT 1720 in Colonial, Va. orSurry Co,Va., and died ABT 1805 in Wilkes Co, N.C.. He married MARY YARBOROUGH 1JAN 1748/49 in Lunenburg Co, Va..
iii. BENJAMIN CAUDILL was born 1730.

44. JOHN ADAMS.

45. VINNIE BAUSELL.

Child of VINNIE BAUSELL and JOHN ADAMS is:22. i. BENJAMIN ADAMS. Hemarried HENRIETTA CAUDILL, daughter of JAMES CAUDILL and MARY YARBOROUGH.She was born ABT 1766 in Sussex Co, Va.. He married HENRIETTA CAUDILL1774 in Leesburg, Va., daughter of BENJAMIN CAUDILL. She was born 1750 inSussex Co., VA, and died NOV 1836 in Mayking, Perry Co./Letcher Co., KY.

46. JAMES CAUDILL was born 1720 in Surry Co Va..

47. MARY YARBOROUGH Same as person number 21. 
Brown, Joseph Preston (I81993)
 
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Revolutionary War soldier John Amburgey Jr. was honored July 31, 1982when Troublesome Creek Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolutionand Amburgey Family Association dedicated a gravestone marker in CarrFork Cemetary to his memory, John Amburgey Jr. was born in 1785 on a farmonce owned by his german immigrant father Conrad Amberger.

Elizabeth applied for a pension stating her husband had been aRevolutionary soldier and had died in Perry County, Kentucky in 1831. Inher application for this she sent pages torn from a family bible, whichto this day may be seen in the National Archives file on John Amburgey. 
Amburgey, John (I2393)
 
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[1730975.ged.FTW]

Served in the War of 1812-1814 with England. He was known among thesoldiers as little (Abe) . Soon after the war closed he married andsettled on a large creek named Stillwater in Wolf e County, Kentucky. 
Swango, Abraham (I22474)
 
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22634. Dashing Stream, born May 06, 1474 in Banks Of Tributary OfLancer River, Blue Mtns. He was the son of 45268. Murmuring Ripple,Chief, Attanoughkomouck Tribe.

Child of Dashing Stream is:

11317 i. Scent Flower, born June 03, 1517 in At confluence of Dan &Staunton Rivers, Virginia. 
Stream, Dashing (I27666)
 
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"Talt" Hall was one of the more renowned "feudists" of Eastern Kentucky history and legend. His was the first public hanging in Wise County, Virginia, where he stood trial for the killing of the town constable of Norton. He was captured by the "Red Fox of the Mountains", "Doc" Marshall Benton Taylor.
The "Hanging of Talton Hall" is recorded by author John Fox, Jr., in his book, "Blue-Grass and Rhododendron" originally published in 1901 by Charles Scribner's Sons, and later reissued by the University Press of Kentucky in 1994. 
Hall, Thomas Talton (I2854)
 
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1910 Federal Census, Kentucky Miracode Index
SPURLOCK, Lige Sr., Head. Age ?? Born 1858, Born in ??
" , Lizzie, Wife, Age 50, born in Kentucky.
" , Elsie, Daughter, Age 15, born in Kentucky
" , Claud, Son, Age 13, born in Kentucky
" , Toulmin G., Son, Age 09, born in Kentucky.
" , Flossie, Daughter, Age 08, born in Kentucky.
DEZARN, Hollie, Stepdaughter, Age 18 born in Kentucky. (7/04ad) 
Spurlock, Elijah Jr. (I114063)
 
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1910 KCK E Flat Lick HH#207-219
Bingham Wolford F h m w 26 mx1x4yr KKK all
Belle w f w 26 mx1x4yr 2-2
Chalos s m w 3 s
Cornelis s m w 7/12 
Bingham, Wolford G. (I110592)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Crase, Elizabeth (I2051)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Sexton, Vina E. (I122892)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Boyd Elliott (I122894)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Theodore (I122897)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Gertrude (I122898)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Hazel (I122899)
 
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Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Richard A. (I122900)
 
37
Date of death was recorded in probate certificate by W. B. Booker, Clerk of the Washington County, KY, court dated 19 June, 1848. 
Combs, Pvt. John Jr. (I1222)
 
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Death: 13 MAR 1964 in Knox Co., KY
Note:
Knox County Marriage Bond Book T page 311 dated 11-9-1899
SMITH, Robert age 27 b. Knox Co. father: Pallas Smith mother: Linda Smith
MESSER, Cordia age 30 b. Knox Co. father: John Bingham mother : Sally Bingham
groom's 2nd marriage brides 2nd marriage at: Cordie Messer's

1900 Knox Co. Fed. Census, Vol 2, Dwelling 85-85
SMITH, Robert 23, 7-1876, mar. 2 yrs, KY KY KY, farmer
.. Corda 32, 3-1868, 3 children born - 3 living, KY KY KY
MESSER, Maud 11, 1-1899, dau, KY *Corda's 1st marriage
.. Frank 8, 9-1891, son, KY *Corda's 1st marriag e
.. Clark 5, 12-1894, son, KY *Corda's 1st marriag e *?
SMITH, Charley 6, 9-1893, son, KY *Robert's 1st marriage
.. Pearly 4, 12-1895 dau, KY *Robert's 1st marriag e

1910 KCK Messer HH#5-5
Smith Robert h m w 35 mx3?x11yr KKK all
Cordie w f w 40 mx2x11yr 7-7
Charlie s m w 17 s
Pearl d f w 16 s
Sudie d f w 10 s
Ellen d f w 7 s
Maud d f w 5 s
Christopher s m w 3 s
Messer Frank stsn m w 18 s
Clark stsn m w 16 s

1920 KCK Hubbard HH#14-14
Smith Bob h m w 49 m KKK all
Cordie w f w 52 m
Ellen d f w 18 s
Sudie d f w 14 s
Cris s m w 14 s
Amanda d f w 11 s
Messer Clark stsn m w 22 s
#15-15
Messer Frank h m w 30 m
Martha w f w 24 m ~1895
Lodas s m w 7 s
Oplis? s m w 5 s
Sallie d f w 9/12 s 
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F A M I L Y H I S T O R Y By Loretta Mae Prewitt

JOHN "JACK" JACKSON BROTHER OF FRED
Son of Robert Fleming and Elizabeth (Betty) Stumbo (Staumbaugh).
b. 9 June 1814.
pb. Lee County, VA (Powell's Valley, near Big Stone Gap).
d. 1 February 1881, Flemingtown, Dickenson County, VA, buried in
Fleming
Cemetery at Clintwood, VA.
m. Mary Jane Mullins at Pike County, Kentucky on 31 January 1833,
(dtr of John Mullins, Jr.(Holly Creek John Mullins) and Ollie Cox who
were the first residents of Clintwood).
b. 15 May 1815.
pb. North Carolina.
d. 6 October 1893, Flemingtown, Dickenson County, VA, buried in
Fleming
Cemetery at Clintwood, VA.

Children of Jack and Mary Mullins Fleming:

1. John b. 8/29/1834, d. 28 August 1912, m. Mary Frances "Fannie"
Adams
(Moved to Logan Co., WV; Served in Confederate Army)-no children
2. Melvina " *Lovina" b. 3/24/1836 d. 26 Oct 1906 m. 1. Marshall
Keel** 2. John B. Counts.
3. Isaac b. 1838 d. Killed on Shelby Creek during Civil War
(served
as Confederate) -never married.
4. Emanuel "Manual" b. 5/12/1840, m. Margaret Eliz. Betty Mullins 13
Feb. 1959 (Lived on farm in Flemingtown, VA). (Dtr of Isom Mullins
&
Mary "Polly" Sanders).
5. Martha Jane b. 1843 d. 4/11/1925, m. Wesley Y. Vanover, 29 July
1860.
(Lived on farm on Pound River near Isom, VA).
6. Sarah "Sally" b. 1844-45, m. Franklin Taylor 16 Aug. 1864.
7. William "Cripple Billy" Jefferson b.12/9/1846, d. 6/30/1921. m.
Mary
Jane "Patsy" Branham 31 Dec. 1874. (Lived in Flemingtown, VA).

8. David T. b.1849, d. 2/27/1918. m. 1. Mary Catherine Smith, 2.
Sarah
Harmon, 3. Effie Jackson. (Moved to Logan Co., WV).
9. Robert Jefferson b. 3/5/1851, d. 1907, m. Mary Elmira "Polly"
McFall
14 Jan. 1873 (Lived in Flemingtown, VA).
10.George "Cooley" Washington b. 4/21/1853, d. 1937, m. Lucy Clevenger
Ratliff 12 August 1886 (Lived on farm in Flemingtown, VA)
b. Wise Co., VA, PTS,b-Russell Pike Co., KY
(married at Levi Clevinger's home) b. Mo. F.b-PikeM.b-Va
11.Mary "Jane" Jane b. 5/6/1857, d. 9/28/1836, m. Frank Monroe
Beverly
4/7/1882 (Lived in Flemingtown, & Freeling, WV: Lived on Pine Creek
for 30-odd years)
12.Andrew Jackson b. 5/6/1859 d. 10/5/1904m. Florida (Florina?)
Senters
(Lived on Jerry's Branch)

Above information compiled by Loretta M. Prewitt from the following
sources:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, information submitted
by
Brenda K. Mullins.
Carson Childers Research on Fleming Family.

John Jackson Fleming was born on a farm in Powell's Valley in Lee
County,
VA, while his father was serving in the War of 1812.

John Jackson Fleming and Mary Mullins Fleming lived for a short time
on
Jacks Fork (named after him) of Big Beaver Creek in Floyd County, KY,
then moved to Flemingtown, about two miles northeast of Clintwood, VA,
where they lived the rest of their lives on a farm.

John Jackson Fleming was a Confederate soldier during the Civil War.
He
served under Colonels Prentice and Menefee, but saw no fighting.

He was a member of the regular Old Baptist Church. Mary Mullins
Fleming
joined the Methodist Church in NC before she came to Dickenson Co.,
VA,
and never joined a church in Dickenson Co., which she regretted in her
older days (per her son George W. Fleming).

Pike County, Kentucky, Marriages, 1866 to 1900, by Oscar Thomas
Atkins.
(Marriage date of George Washington Fleming and Lucy Clevenger
Ratliff.)

*There are three Lovinas in the family and one Lovene. Robert had the
first Lovina, then John Jackson (Robert's son) had the second Lovina,
then Jeff (Robert's son/John Jackson's brother) had the third Lovina
and
also a Lovene. Was this a special family name?

?????**Marshall Keel was killed during the Civil War on 16 September
1863, but
he was not in the army? He was killed by some "bushwhackers".??????

The following information taken from Estelle (Fleming) Staleys book.

2-2. JOHN JACKSON FLEMING (Son of Robert Fleming & Elizabeth "Betty"
Stembaugh) b. 9 Jun 1814 Powells Valley, Lee Co. Va. d. 1 Feb 1881
age
67, m. 31 Jan 1833 in Pike Co. Ky. to Mary Jane Mullins b. 15 May
1815
d. 6 Oct 1893. Both are buried in Flemingtown, Dickenson Co. Va. Her
Parents: John Mullins "Holly Creek John" & Ollie Cox.
12 Children

3-1. JOHN FLEMING b. 29 Aug 1834 Russell Co. Va. d. 1912.
m. Mary Frances Adams. No Children.
3-2. LAVINA/MELVINA FLEMING b. 24 Mar 1836 Russell Co. d. 1906.
m. # 1. Marshall Keel m. # 2. John Counts

3-3. ISAAC FLEMING b. 1838 Russell Co. Va.
Never Married. Killed in the Civil War.

3-4. EMMANUEL "MANUEL" FLEMING b. 12 May 1840 Russell Co. Va.
m. 13 Feb 1859 Wise Co. to Margaret Elizabeth "Betty" Mullins.

3-5. MARTHA FLEMING b. Nov 1842 Russell Co. Va. d. 11 Apr 1925
Dickenson Co. Va. Buried Vanover Farm, Mouth of Georges Fork Creek of
Pound River.
m. 29 Jul 1858 Wise Co. Va. to Wesley Y. Vanover.

3-6. SARAH FLEMING b. 1846 Russell Co. Va.
m. 16 Aug 1864 Wise Co. Va. to Frank Taylor.

3-7. WILLIAM JEFFERSON "CRIPPLED BILLY' FLEMING
b. 9 Dec 1846 Russell Co. d. 30 Jun 1921
m. 31 Dec 1874 Wise Co. to Martha Jane "Patsy" Branham.

3-8. DAVID T. FLEMING b. 1849 Russell Co. d. 1918.
m. # 1. Mary Catherine Smith m. # 2. Sarah Harmon m. # 3. Effie
Jackson.

3-9. ROBERT JEFFERSON FLEMING b. 5 Mar 1851 Russell Co. d. 1907 m.
14
Jan 1873 Wise Co. to Mary Elmira "Polly" McFall.
3-10. GEORGE WASHINGTON "COOLEY GEORGE" FLEMING b. 21 Apr 1853 d.
1937
m. Lucy Clevenger Ratliff.

3-11. MARY JANE FLEMING b. 6 May 1857 Wise Co. Va. d. 28 Sept 1936
Age
79 yrs. 4 mo. 22 days.
m. 7 Apr 1882 Dickenson Co. to Frank M. Beverly.

3-12. ANDREW JACKSON FLEMING b. 6 May 1859 d. 5 Oct
1901/04. m. 20 Feb 1879 Wise Co. to Florina Senter.
Source of information:
1. Library of Congress, Wash. D. C. "Mullins, Hamilton, Fleming by
Verle
H. Parris.
2. 1850-1860 Census-National Archives, Wash. D.C.
3. Marriage Records Dickenson Co. Courthouse.
4. Marriage Records Wise Co. Va.
5. Vanover Book by Greg Vanover for information on Wesley Vanover.

Married by Wm Tackett / Tackitt. They lived on Jacks Fork of Big
Beaver Creek, Floyd Co., Kentucky a few years, then about 1837/38
moved to a farm at what is now Flemingtown, about two miles northeast
of Clintwood,
where they lived on a farm for the rest of their days.
The Federal Census for Russell County, Virginia in 1850 showed the
following members of John Jackson Fleming's family.
John Fleming 39 m Farmer b. Lee Co., VA
Mary Fleming 34 f b. N. Carolina
John Fleming 16 m Laborer b. Kentucky
Lavina Fleming 13 f b. Kentucky
Isaac Fleming 12 m b. Kentucky
Emmanuel Fleming 9 m b. Russell Co., VA.
Martha Fleming 7 f b. Russell Co., VA.
Sally Fleming 5 f b. Russell Co., VA.
William Fleming 3 m b. Russell Co., VA.
David Fleming 1 m b. Russell Co., VA. 
Family: Fleming, John Jackson / Mullins, Mary Jane (F4307)
 
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Wilson Melvin "Big Melvin" Fleming married Evelyn Phipps on 15 Jan
1885.
Evelyn Phipps Fleming was the d/ of A.J. and Elizabeth Phipps.
He was also married to Rena Willis, Rena Bore Wilson 5 more Children. 
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From: 76744.461@compuserve.com (Stan Stumbo) On: 04/06/96 01:19
Subject: Re: STUMBO LINE

Loyd,

Here's the information on Elizabeth Stambaugh/Stumbo that is the best
we
have to date on ancestors. It takes you back to 1643 in what is now
France.

John Phillip Stumbaugh b: in York Co, PA d: Bef 1840 in Floyd Co, KY
................................... +Elizabeth b: in OH
........................................... 5 John S Stumbaugh b:
February 12, 1785 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: in
Stambaugh,
Johnson Co, KY
............................................... +Nancy Spradlin
........................................... 5 Elizabeth Stumbaugh b:
Abt 1787 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Bef 1860
........................................... 5 Samuel S Stambaugh b:
Abt
1791in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: June 12, 1865 in
Stambaugh,
Johnson Co, KY
............................................... +Charlotte Rogers b:
Abt
1798 in DEL m: in Floyd Co, KY d: June 24, 1860 in Stambaugh, Johnson
Co,
KY
........................................... *2nd Wife of Samuel S
Stambaugh:
............................................... +Eliza Hager m:
November 29,1860 in Johnson Co, KY
........................................... 5 Philip Stambaugh b:
Abt
1798 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Bef 1840 in Johnson Co,
KY
............................................... +Lucretia Wilson m:
in
Johnson Co, KY
........................................... *2nd Wife of Philip
Stambaugh:
............................................... +Dicey Johnson b: Abt
1800 in Unknown m: May 02, 1833 in Johnson Co, KY
........................................... 5 Lawrence Stambaugh b:
Abt
1802 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Abt 1848 in Cass Co, MO
............................................... +Elizabeth Runnels m:
March 26, 1821 in Floyd Co, KY
........................................... 5 Frederick Stumbo b:
Abt
1804 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co, WV d: 1876 in Floyd Co, KY
............................................... +Nancy Thornesberry
b:
Abt 1810 in VA m: 1824 in MD 
Family: Stumbaugh, John Phillip / Shiebly, Elizabeth (F4439)
 
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From: 76744.461@compuserve.com (Stan Stumbo) On: 04/06/96 01:19
Subject: Re: STUMBO LINE

Loyd,

Here's the information on Elizabeth Stambaugh/Stumbo that is the best
we
have to date on ancestors. It takes you back to 1643 in what is now
France.

Descendants of Felix STAMBACH

1 Felix STAMBACH b: July 22, 1643 d: November 03, 1729 in
Kutzenhausen, Bas
Rhin, Alsace, France
.. +Anna Maria Wehrling b: Abt 1656 d: Abt 1733
......... 2 Johannes STAMBACH b: Abt 1676 d: January 17, 1732/33 in
Kutzenhausen, Bas Rhin, Alsace, France
............. +Maria Catharina MEYER b: Abt 1690 in Merckweyler, Bas
Rhin,
Alsace, France m: 1717 in Kutzenhausen, Bas Rhin, Alsace, France d:
Abt
1739 in PA
.................... 3 Johann Jacob Stambaugh b: January 09, 1718/19
in
Kutzenhausen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: Abt 1774 in York Co, PA
........................ +Margretha
............................... 4 Anna Barbara Stambaugh
............................... 4 Jacob Stambaugh d: 1804-1805 in
York Co, PA
............................... 4 Maria Elizabeth Stambaugh
............................... 4 Anna Barbara Stambaugh
............................... 4 Philip Stambaugh
............................... 4 Magdalena Stambaugh b: Abt 1747 in
York Co, PA
.................... 3 Maria Barbara Stambaugh b: July 25, 1721 in
Kutzenhausen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: Abt 1800 in OH
........................ +Johann George Schmeisser b: Abt 1722 m: May
22, 1739 in Codorus Creek, York Co, PA d: Abt 1747
............................... 4 Matthais Smyser b: Abt 1742 in
York
Co, PA
............................... 4 John Michael Smyser b: Abt 1743 in
York Co, PA
............................... 4 John Jacob Smyser b: Abt 1747 in
York
Co, PA

.................... 3 Nicholaus Stambaugh b: August 19, 1723 in
Kutzenhausen,
Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: 1759 in York Co, PA
........................ +Barbara m: Abt 1748
............................... 4 Anna Margreth Stambaugh
............................... 4 John Peter Stambaugh
............................... 4 John Stambaugh
............................... 4 Anna Elizabeth Stambaugh
............................... 4 John Jacob Stambaugh b: November
18,
1749 in York Co, PA d: February 22, 1826 in York Co, PA
............................... 4 Phillip Stambaugh b: Abt 1756 in
York
Co, PA

.................... 3 Lawrence Stumbaugh b: December 08, 1725 in
Kutzenhausen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: April 1805 in Franklin Co,
PA
........................ +Anna b: Abt 1730 d: Aft 1807 in Strasburg,
Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Catharina Stumbaugh b: in York Co,
PA
............................... 4 Jacob Stumbaugh b: in York Co, PA
d:
December 1796 in Letterkenny Twn, Franklin Co, PA
................................... +Anna Gertraut Shoaf b: Abt 1752
in
Cumberland Co, PA m: Bef 1781 in Cumberland Co, PA d: Bef 1790 in
Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Anna Elizabeth
Stumbaugh
b: December 13, 1781 in Franklin Co, PA d: Bef 1796 in Franklin Co,
PA
........................................... 5 John Stumbaugh b: Abt
1783 in Franklin Co, PA
............................................... +Eve
........................................... 5 Jacob Stumbaugh b:
March
28, 1785 in Franklin Co, PA d: Abt 1835
............................................... +Sarah b: Abt 1790
........................................... 5 Anna Margretha
Stumbaugh
b: April 04, 1787 in Franklin Co, PA
............................... *2nd Wife of Jacob Stumbaugh:
................................... +Elizabeth Cassel m: Bef 1796 d:
Aft 1805
............................... 4 Elizabeth Magdalena Stumbaugh b:
in
York Co, PA
................................... +Samuel Brindle m: 1776 d:
August
1804 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Peter Brindle b:
August
17, 1779 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Peter Stumbaugh b: in York Co, PA
d:
Abt 1830 in St Clair Twn, Bedford Co, PA
................................... +Elizabeth Shoaf b: Abt 1755 in
Cumberland Co, PA m: Abt 1780 in Cumberland Co, PA d: Aft 1803
........................................... 5 Jacob Stumbaugh b: in
Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Barbara Stumbaugh b:
in
Franklin
Co, PA
........................................... 5 Susan Stambaugh b: in
Franklin
Co, PA
........................................... 5 Magdalena Stambaugh b:
in
Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Christina Stambaugh b:
in
Bedford Co, PA
........................................... 5 James Stumbaugh b:
March
08, 1781 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Phillip Stambaugh b:
March 13, 1789 in Franklin Co, PA d: November 14, 1873 in Bedford Co,
PA
............................................... +Franey Mock b: April
14, 1798 in Bedford Co, PA m: in Bedford Co, PA d: October 11, 1873 in
Bedford Co,
PA
........................................... 5 Frederick Stambaugh b:
June 13, 1792 in Bedford Co, PA d: June 26, 1870 in Bedford Co, PA
............................................... +Rosanna Dively b:
January 04, 1788 in Bedford Co, PA m: in Bedford Co, PA d: November
04, 1878 in
Bedford Co, PA
........................................... 5 Peter Stumbaugh b:
June 14, 1794 in Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Margaret Stumbaugh b: in York Co,
PA d: Abt 1835
................................... +Conrad Kyner b: Abt 1755 in New
Holland, Lancaster Co, PA m: Abt 1778 d: March 11, 1816 in Southampton
Twn,
Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 John Kyner b: Abt 1779
in Franklin Co, PA
............................................... +Susan Myers b: in
Adams Co, PA

........................................... 5 George Kyner b:
November 18, 1781 in Franklin Co, PA d: Abt 1867 in Franklin Co, PA
............................................... +Mary Shields b: Abt
1797 in Franklin Co, PA
m: December 10, 1822 in Mid.Sp.Pres.Chur, Shippensburg, Cumberland
Co, PA
........................................... 5 Phillip Kyner b:
December 09, 1783 in Franklin Co, PA d: March 16, 1863 in Franklin
Co, PA
............................................... +Catharine Martin b:
February 10, 1786 d: August 16, 1870 in Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacob Kyner b: Abt
1786 in Franklin Co, PA
d: March 03, 1851 in Culbertson Row, Greene Twn, Franklin Co, PA
............................................... +Rebecca Myers
........................................... 5 Michael Kyner b:
January 20, 1789 in Franklin Co, PA d: November 24, 1867 in Franklin
Co, PA
............................................... +Susannah Weigert b:
December 06, 1799
d: March 12, 1860
........................................... 5 Elizabeth Kyner b: Abt
1794 in Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Casper Kyner b: March
1795 in Franklin Co, PA
d: January 11, 1861 in Columbus, OH
............................................... +Elizabeth Mock b:
October 30, 1800
d: August 27, 1873
............................... 4 John Phillip Stumbaugh b: in York
Co, PA
d: Bef 1840 in Floyd Co, KY
................................... +Elizabeth b: in OH
........................................... 5 John S Stumbaugh b:
February 12, 1785 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: in
Stambaugh, Johnson Co, KY
............................................... +Nancy Spradlin
........................................... 5 Elizabeth Stumbaugh b:
Abt 1787 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Bef 1860
........................................... 5 Samuel S Stambaugh b:
Abt 1791 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: June 12, 1865 in
Stambaugh, Johnson Co, KY
............................................... +Charlotte Rogers b:
Abt 1798 in DEL m: in Floyd Co, KY d: June 24, 1860 in Stambaugh,
Johnson Co, KY
........................................... *2nd Wife of Samuel S
Stambaugh:
............................................... +Eliza Hager m:
November 29, 1860 in Johnson Co, KY
........................................... 5 Philip Stambaugh b:
Abt 1798 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Bef 1840 in Johnson
Co, KY
............................................... +Lucretia Wilson m:
in Johnson Co, KY
........................................... *2nd Wife of Philip
Stambaugh:
............................................... +Dicey Johnson b: Abt
1800 in Unknown m: May 02, 1833 in Johnson Co, KY
........................................... 5 Lawrence Stambaugh b:
Abt 1802 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: Abt 1848 in Cass Co,
MO
............................................... +Elizabeth Runnels m:
March 26, 1821 in Floyd Co, KY
........................................... 5 Frederick Stumbo b:
Abt
1804 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co, WV d: 1876 in Floyd Co, KY
............................................... +Nancy Thornesberry
b: Abt 1810 in VA m: 1824 in MD
............................... 4 Frederick Stumbaugh b: 1764-1765
in York Co, PA
d: December 1799 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
................................... +Barbara
........................................... 5 John Stumbaugh b:
March 26, 1794 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: May 27, 1874 in
Shippensburg, Cumberland Co, PA
............................................... +Rebecca Shearer b:
February 29, 1804 d: July 29, 1869 in Shippensburg, Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... *2nd Wife of John
Stumbaugh:
............................................... +Leah Shearer b: Abt
1790 in PA
m: Abt 1816 in Franklin Co, PA d: March 19, 1834 in Shippensburg,
Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Frederick Stumbaugh b:
November 18, 1797 in Franklin Co, PA d: Abt 1852
............................................... +Mary (Polly)
Plasterer b: May 07, 1806 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: 1867
in Clinton Co, IA
............................... 4 Elizabeth Stumbaugh b: February
15, 1768 in Cumberland Co, PA
.................... 3 Johann Peter Stumbaugh b: February 11,
1728/29 in Kutzenhausen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: October 1812 in
Cumberland Co, PA
........................ +Catharine
............................... 4 Anna Maria Stumbaugh b: in York
Co, PA
................................... +Christian Erdinger m: 1771
........................................... 5 Johannes Erdinger b:
October 03, 1778 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 John Peter Erdinger b:
July 22, 1782 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Maria Magdalena
Erdinger
b: January 29, 1785 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Philip Erdinger b:
April 15, 1791 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Maria Susanna Stumbaugh b: in York
Co, PA d: Bef 1807
................................... +John Frederick Shepfly m:
1780-1781
........................................... 5 Johannes Peter Shepfly
b: September 02, 1786 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Friedrich Shepfly b:
November 09, 1787 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Magdalena Shepfly b:
January 09, 1789 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Christina Stumbaugh b: in York Co,
PA d: Bef 1812
................................... +Michael Widtmyer
........................................... 5 William Widtmyer b:
January 16, 1776 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Maria Elizabeth Stumbaugh b: in
York Co, PA

................................... +James Jacob Shoaf b: Abt 1750 in
Franklin Co, PA
d: Abt 1813 in Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Maria Elizabeth Shoaf
b: October 23, 1780 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Christian Shoaf b:
December 04, 1788 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacobus Shoaf b: May
03, 1791 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacob Shoaf b: January
09, 1794 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
............................... 4 Anna Margreth Stumbaugh b: in York
Co, PA d: Bef 1812
............................... 4 Maria Barbara Stumbaugh b: Abt
1747 in York Co, PA
d: Bef 1812
................................... +Johann Benjamin Cuhne m: Bef
1771 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Johann Heinrich Cuhne
........................................... 5 Johann Peter Cuhne b:
November 06, 1772
........................................... 5 Maria Elisabeth Cuhne
b: June 19, 1774 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Catharina Cuhne b:
March 12, 1778 in Cumberland Co, PA
............................... 4 Catherine Stumbaugh b: Abt 1756 in
York Co, PA
d: July 04, 1847 in Greensburg, Franklin Co, PA
................................... +Jacob Keyser b: September 08,
1753
in Germantown, Philadelphia Co, PA m: April 08, 1775 in Lancaster Co,
PA
d: January 13, 1835 in Shippensburg, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Catharina Keyser b: in
Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacob Keyser b: June
04, 1787 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacob Keyser b:
January 24, 1789 in Southampton Twn, Franklin Co, PA d: November 16,
1857 in PA
............................... 4 Maria Magdalena Stumbaugh b:
January 09, 1760 in York Co, PA d: April 02, 1828 in Cumberland Co,
PA
................................... +Peter Seifart m: Bef 1778 in
Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Peter Seifart b:
January 28, 1778 in Southampton, Franklin Co, PA
............................... *2nd Husband of Maria Magdalena
Stumbaugh:
................................... +Johannes Pague b: August 25,
1752
m: Bef 1785 in Cumberland Co, PA d: December 04, 1817 in Shippensburg,
Shippensburg
Twn, Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Johannes Pague b:
March 25, 1782 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Maria Susanna Pague b:
October 16, 1785 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Johann Phillip Pague
b: January 09, 1788 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Peter Pague b: April
30, 1790 in Cumberland Co, PA
d: August 21, 1861 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Jacobus (James) Pague
b: July 08, 1792 in Cumberland Co, PA
........................................... 5 Samuel Pague b:
January 13, 1795 in Cumberland Co, PA d: April 17, 1867
........................................... 5 Jacob Pague b:
November 28, 1799 in Cumberland Co, PA d: 1865
.................... 3 Johann Philip Stambaugh b: June 09, 1731 in
Kutzenhausen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France d: Abt 1809 in York Co, PA
........................ +Anna Maria
............................... 4 John Michael Stambaugh
............................... 4 ELIZABETH STAMBAUGH
............................... 4 John Henry Stambaugh b: May 15,
1760 in York Co, PA
d: April 15, 1833
............................... 4 Susanna Stambaugh b: Abt 1765 in
York Co, PA
d: December 20, 1836



Hope this helps.

Warm regards,
Stan Stumbo 
Family: Stambach, Felix / Wehrling, Anna Marie (F5244)
 
327 In the 1850 census, James M. Franklin, white head of household, is listed with Lucy Valentine, mulatto, and her three children, Paulina, Thomas, and Rachel Valentine, in the household. They are not recorded as part of a slave schedule. The question arises as to the relationship between James and Lucy, as the law barred marriage between a white man and a mulatto (free or enslaved). It is not certain from this census that James was the father of these children.
It is noteworthy that the same census sheet indicates several other mulattoes residing in the neighborhood. 
Franklin, James M. (I86877)
 
328 Vivian Evans has his middle name as McSpadden Fairchild, Isaiah Ruben McSpadden (I263960)
 
329 !BIRTH: IGI 872 lists same date but bpl as , Letcher, KY (we had no bpl). IGI 874 adds town of Partridge. (1/05ad)

!MARRIAGE: Geri Ball Note: Marriage info from Jackie Owen's book. IGI 867,68 lists '16 Jan 1879 of ,, KY' (we have '06 Feb 1877 in ,,KY' No change. (1/05ad)

!PARENTS: IGI 874,75,76 confirms parents (spells mother's name CATHERINE; we had a 'or' of Katherine. IGI 869,70,71 adds StoP: 12 Jul 1977 LANGE. hillips K 
Lewis, David Collier (I72005)
 
330 !DEATH: State of Arizona Death Certificate #D102. Rhoda May Langford, born Januar 30, 1895 at age 79, died February 2, 1974 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. SS# 527-12-1774. Cause of Death Acute Myocardian Infarction and prev myocardial infarctin; hypo-thyroidism and atrial fibrilation played a part. She was living at 1148 N. 18th Pl., Apt #1.

!History: Grandpa Brewer was always the "big boss" even after Grandmother
married John C. Langford. Grandpa Brewer filed a claim in Oklahoma and moved to
Ogden, Utah when Rhoda was a teenager. He got mad at the church members and
took Rhoda to Kelsey, Texas, to stay with a family named Bailey to go to High
School. She boarded with them. He moved the family later to Houliann, Texas,
close to Kirkland. This is where Rhoda met John C. Langford.

Rhoda joined the Church of Christ after marrying John C. Langford but the LDS
didn't excommunicate her.

!History: Grandpa Brewer was always the "big boss" even after Grandmother
married John C. Langford. Grandpa Brewer filed a claim in Oklahoma and moved to
Ogden, Utah when Rhoda was a teenager. He got mad at the church members and
took Rhoda to Kelsey, Texas, to stay with a family named Bailey to go to High
School. She boarded with them. He moved the family later to Houliann, Texas,
close to Kirkland. This is where Rhoda met John C. Langford.

Rhoda joined the Church of Christ after marrying John C. Langford but the LDS
didn't excommunicate her. 
Brewer, Rhoda May (I114607)
 
331 !NAME: IGI 280 lists John Dock Coldiron. IGI 286 lists John Daniel. (7/04ad)

!SOURCE PLUS MARIAGES: DEATHS: BIRTHS: Geri Ball Notes: Bible record of John D. Coldiron (in his hand) copied by Geri Ball July 1968. This was in the hands of Hugh Baker, decendant of Daniel and Lucinda (Coldiron)
Baker. -- MARRIAGES
John D. Coldiron and Martha Nance md April 1st 1847
Taylor Coldiron and Polly Wells md Febr'y 2 1868
William Wells and Nancy Coldiron md Jan'y 3 1870
Justice P. Brewer and Silvania Coldiron md March 21 1871
Alvira Coldiron and J.C. Napier was married July 13 1871
E.W. Robinson and Leah Coldiron was married Jan'y 14 1873
William Coldiron and Mary Hornsby was married March 6 1879
O.H. Brewer and Charity Coldiron was married Dec'br 20 1881
Frederic Coldiron and Elen Hornsby was married Dec'br 14 1884
William Coldiron and Emily More was married Oct'br 7 1886
Loushaby Howard and Wile Baker was married Dec'br 9 1886
John H. Coldiron and Marths Rawling was married Aprl 30 1891
--DEATHS
Rachel Coldiron deceased June 3 1873
Taylor Coldiron was shot Jan'y 22 1873, deceased Febr'y 9 1873 lived 18 days
Leah Coldiron deceased Aprl 21 1884
William Coldiron deceased July 4 1878
Alvira Napier deceased June 3 1887
Mary Coldiron deceased Jan'y 31 1885
Sary Nance deceased Novm'br 2nd 1871
Frederic Nance deceased Novm'br 28 1881
Justice T.(?) Brewer deceased Novm'br 25 1891
Nancy Wells deceased Dec'br 24 1891
Alice Baker deceased Jan'y 14 1892
John M. Brewer deceased Oct'br 26 1891
Martha Coldiron deceased Sept'br 26 1911
John D. Coldiron deceased Oct'br 18 1912
--BIRTHS
John D. Coldiron of Harlan Co Ky married Martha Nance of Clay Co Ky on the first day of April 1847 at Frederic Nance in Clay Co Ky bu Rev John Dickinson. witness: Milton E. Howard, Polly Morgan
John D. Coldiron was born August 17th 1826
Martha Nance was born Dec'br 4th 1828
Taylor Coldiron was born Febr'y 3 1848
Nancy Coldiron was born April 2 1850
Alvira Coldiron was born April 13 1852
Leah Coldiron was born March 1854
Sylvania was born May 28 1856
Rachel was born May 15 1858
William was born March 31 1860
Sarah (Sary) was born March 21 1862
Charity was born Oct'br 5 1864
Lucy M. Coldiron was born Jan'y 6 1867
Fredric Coldiron was born April 29 1869
John H. was born March 4 1871
Lushaby Howard was born Jan'y 16 1867
A.L. Howard was born Jan'y 25 1868
John S. Coldiron was born Sept'br 21 1871
!CENSUS:
!1850 PERRY COUNTY KENTUCKY: dwell #43; fam #44 John Coldiron, Head of house; white male age 22; born in Ky; farmer; personal property value $200;
Martha Coldiron, wife; white female; age 20; household duties; born in Kentucky. Zachary, son; white male; age 2; born in Ky;
Nancy, daughter; white female; age 1; born in Kentucky.
!1860 CLAY COUNTY KENTUCKY: page 56, dwell #359, family #359, Manchester, Kentucky, taken 13 June 1860.
John D. Coldiron, age 33; white male; farmer; real estate value $1000; personal property value $700; born in Harlan County Kentucky. Martha, age 31; wht female; born in Clay County Kentucky. Taylor, age 12; wht male, born in Clay County Kentucky
Nancy, age 10; wht female, born in Clay County Kentucky
Alvira, age 8; wht female, born in Clay County Kentucky
Leah, age 6; wht female, born in Clay County Kentucky
Slyvania, age 4; wht female, born in Clay County Kentucky
William, age 2/12; wht male, born in Clay County Kentucky
!1870 CLAY COUNTY KENTUCKY: Taken 28 July, page 37, dwelling and family #272,
Post Office of Manchester, District 32, Precenct 1.
John D. Coldiron, age 44, male, white, farmer, real estate value $2500,
personal property $2000. He was born in Kentucky. Living with wife,7 children
Martha, age 41, female, white, housekeeper, born Kentucky.
Leaah (sic), age 16, female, white at home, born in Kentucky.
Sylvania, age 14, female, white, at home, born in Kentucky.
William, age 10, male, white, works on farm, born in Kentucky, in school. Sarah, age 8, female, white, born in Kentucky. Charity, age 5, female, white, born in Kentucky. Lucinda, age 3, female, white, born in Kentucky. Frederick, age 1, male, white, born in Kentucky, born in census year in April. William Lunceford, age 11, male, white, bound boy, born in Kentucky, in school.
Theophilus Hucker, age 8, male, white, hired servant, born in Kentucky.

!1880 CLAY COUNTY KENTUCKY: Vol 6, ED 25, Sheet 34, Line 33, Pct #1 Manchester,
John D. Coldiron, white male, age 53, born in Kentucky, a farmer, mother born
in Kentucky. Place of birth for father left blank. Children at home were:
Charity, daughter, age 15, occupation keeping house and in school
Lucinda, daughter, age 13, unemployed
Frederic, son, age 11, farm laborer
John, son, age 9
Lushaba Howard, niece, age 13, unemployed, both parents born in Kentucky.
Albert Howard, nephew, age 11, farm laborer
John H. Howard, nephew, age 9

!1900 CLAY COUNTY KENTUCKY, ED 34, SD 11, Laurel Creek, 6/11/1900:

!dwell fam Name Birth Age Md #YR Bn S Fa Mo Ocp O/R F/M
161 161 John D. Coldiron Aug 1826 73 M 53 Ky Ky Ky farm O F
Martha Coldiron Dec 1828 71 M 53 Ky Ky Ky

!1910 CLAY COUNTY KENTUCKY: ED 51, SD 11, Laurel Creek, 4/25/1910:
Shows that both John and Martha are still alive and living on their own farm
but John is not farming, declares he has his own income and they have a live-in
servant, Hattie Runyens, age 15, living with them. They were dwelling #131 and
their children were living close by. This may mean that John had divided part
of his holdings prior to his death or it may mean that they had purchased land
nearby.

!MISC: Family all buried at Coldiron Cemetery located at Brown Mission Church
near Highway 1/2 way between Burning Springs and W. Oneida.

!HISTORY: Coldirons were First Christians and Tobacco Farmers.

!LETTER FROM FLORENCE BAKER:
Laurel Creek, Kentucky
July 2, 1966

!
Dear Mrs. Ball,
I have your letter concerning the Coldiron Family. I am glad to send what
information I have. Most of this comes from tombstones in the Coldiron Cemetery
The cemetery is part of the land formerly owned by John D. Coldiron and
was donated by him. I heard that Leah Coldiron, his mother, was the first
person buried in the cemetery. The cemetery is one mile from my home, we
attend the Brown Mission Christian Church, which most of the Coldirons attended,
it is mear the cemetery, also on part of the farm that John D. once owned. It
is located 8 miles northeast of Manchester, Ky. on highway 11 leading to
Oneida, Ky.
My grandmother, Lushaba Howard Baker, was the niece of John D. Coldiron,
her parents lived in Harlan County, Kentucky and died when she was a small
child. John D. cared for the three children after the death of their parents.
This is all the information that I have, hope it will help you.

! Sincerely,
Florence Baker

!P.S. I have the records of the Church will send the oldest ones when I get
them copied. fb (she never sent them)

! COLDIRON FAMILY

!Leah Coldiron (Mother of John D.) Rachel Coldiron (dau Wm & Mary Hornsby)
Born --- 1808 Born January 6, 1881
Died April 21, 1884 Died December 4, 1961
Married William Campbell
John D. Coldiron Three children:
Born August 17, 1826 Cora Goforth
Died October 13, 1912 Dallas Campbell
Married April 1, 1847 Ella Campbell
Martha Nance
Born December 4, 1827
Died September 26, 1911

!Lucy Coldiron (dau of John D. & Martha)
Died --- 1963
Married --- John S. Howard
Daniel Baker Born September 21, 1871
Born --- 1860 Died February 27, 1931
Died --- 1940 Married
Martha McDaniel
Leah Coldiron Born September 26 1884
Born March 28, 1854 Died August 17, 1963
Died December 1, 1951 Eight children:
Married --- Mildred
Lige Robinson Helen
John Combs Lena
Bernice
John H. Coldiron (son of John D. A. T.
Born --- 1871 & Martha) Daisy
Died --- 1963 Carl
Married April 30, 1891 Edith
Martha F. Rawlings
Born --- 1869 Lushaba Howard (My grandmother)
Died --- 1944 Born January 12, 1867
Died September 19, 1943
William Coldiron Married December 9, 1886
Born --- 1860 Wiley Baker
Died --- 1939 Born April 17, 1867
Married March 6, 1879 Died June 11, 1950
Mary Hornsby 4 children
Born --- 1853 John Baker
Died --- 1884 Beverly (My father)
George
Fred N. Coldiron Dewey
Born April 29, 1870
Died February 23, 1959 Lincoln Howard
Wife unknown Born ---
Died ---
Sylvania Coldiron Married ---
Born May 28, 1856 Sarah Rawlings
Died November 20, 1943 2 children
Married Homer Howard
J. P. Brewer Mae H. Mayhew
W. M. Brewster

!Martha Coldiron Brewer (dau Fred N. Coldiron)
Born May 26, 1890
Died November 16,1962

!Mary Coldiron (Sister of John D.)
Married Calvin Howard
3 children:
Lushaba Howard
Lincoln Howard
John S. Howard

The following notes are from the records of Otto Coldiron:

! Death date listed in Bible record of John D. Coldiron, in hands of one of the
children.

!MARRIAGE: John D. Coldiron and Martha NANCE were married 1 April 1847 by Rev.
John Dickinson and witnessed by Milton E. Howard and Polly Morgan.

!MARRIAGE: Records of Marriage in Clay County Kentucky 1807-1851, page 17.
Coldiron, John, son of William, Sr. to Nance, Martha, daughter of Frederic
Nance, f. 27 March 1847. (Seems to have been some difference between the taking
out of the marriage license and the actual wedding.) John D.'s Bible record
supports the former.

!In Harlan Footprints, there is a reference to John D. Coldiron (about data
taken from a monument in Clay Co.??).

!Have another marriage date of 1 Apr 1847, compiled by Mrs. Leah
O'Donnal of Arizona from Mormon records [supposedly from Clay Co. Ky.
marriage records]. Sent to me by Kara Lee Coldiron. 1 April 1847
marriage date is also from a family bible record [of which I have a copy].

!Much of this data on John Dock's family is from Mrs. Charles E. Lewis.

!See letter from Dr. D. F. Coldiron dated 30 March 1952, written to Kara
Lee Coldiron. In it, he says: "Abner Lewis Coldiron, my grandfather had
two brothers, Calvin and John, settle or locate in Clay Co., KY. about 40
miles Northwest of Harlan, Ky."

!An article by Holly Fee confirms that he settled in Clay Co., Ky. He and
his family were in Clay Co. in the 1880 census.

!He was a farmer.

!Talked to Robert Potter Coldiron III on 25 Nov 1990. He said John Dock's
birthday was 17 Aug 1825 (from death certificate). Said he was buried
19 Oct 1912, and died from Brights disease. Said he was paralyzed. He
was a farmer and a retired merchant.

!I have received copies of the family bible from two sources which list
the children with birthdates, deathdates, and marriage dates in most
cases.

!Death cert. Vol 34 (14), #16924.

!LDS ORDINANCES: These have been performed many times and places and I have
been able to locate not only thoses done by Orville Brewer (at the urging of my
GGmother Brewer) in 1921 at the Salt Lake Temple, but also in 1972 in Las
Angeles, 1990 in Salt Lake, 1991 in Chicago, etc. I have put down what was
done by Orville Brewer because I feel that they would know the names, dates and
people better.-- G. Ball 
Coldiron, John D. (I114900)
 
332 1930 US > Kentucky > Letcher > Jenkins > Dist 4
8 April 1930 > Sheet No 4A > Stamped 46

16 2312 57 56 Breeding, Floyd Head R 11 N M W 27 M 20 N Y KY KY KY Brakeman Coal Mine
17 Vina Wife F W 21 M 14 N Y KY KY KY
18 Boyd Son M W 05 S N KY KY KY
19 Richard Son M W 03 1/12 S KY KY KY
20 Sexton, Garnette SIslaw F W 15 S N Y KY KY KY

...................................

1940 US > Kentucky > Letcher > Other Places > 67-2
29 May 1940 > Sheet No 25B
Cally Creek in Margin

64 393 R 2.00 Y Breeding, Floyd Head M W 38 M N8 VA Same Place 1 Apr 1935 Miner Coal Mine
65 Minnie Wife F W 24 M N8 KY Same Place 1 Apr 1935
66 Boyd Son M W 15 S Y8 KY Same Place 1 Apr 1935
67 Richard Son M W 12 S N6 KY Same Place 1 Apr 1935
68 Marion Dau F W 07 S N1 KY Same Place 1 Apr 1935
69 Peggy Dau F W 04 S N0 KY
70 Betty Dau F W 03 S N0 KY



Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Floyd C. (I122893)
 
333 Amos "Walt" Walter Watson b 26 Feb 1923, Ashcamp, on Elkhorn
Creek, Pike Co. Ky. Served as a baker in Verden , Niedersachsen
(GERMANY) and in France during WWII. Worked for Volvo White.
He mar on 26 Jul 1943, Pikville, Pike Co. Ky to Beunos M. Phipps b 24
Aug 1917, Clintwood, Dickenson Co, Va.

Ch1 Patty Sue Moore b 16 Apr 1944 Mar
Kenneth Moore. Divorced,
lives in Columbus, OH

Ch2 Jerry Wayne Watson b 7 Oct 1946 Mar
Nely Bartel b
21 Jun 51, McPherson Kansas
Ch.1 Edward Glen Watson b 23 Jan 1971 Orrville, Wayne
County, Ohio Mar 3 Oct 1992 Brenda Kaye Zimmerly.
Adopted and became a Holt upon mother's re-marrage to Michael Duane
Holt . He is now (1-1-1997) serving in the U.S. Navy at Sabana Seca
Puerto Rico. Nely later divorced Michael Duane Holt, and mar on 1 Jun
1985 to Larry Cadmen Harris b 22 Jul 1941, Sutton Wva, Braxton County.
They now live on Lakeview Dr, Wooster Ohio.
Divorced Nely Bartel. Mar Shanan Sirman 15 Jun 1974, New
Bounls.TX. Retired from the Air Force and lives in Arkansas.
Ch1 Jeffery D. Watson b 2 Apr 1975, Canada. Now Lives in Alaska
Ch2 Brandee Marie Watson b 22 Mar 1977, Aurora, Co

Ch3 Walter Franklin "June Bug" Watson JR. b 6 Feb
1948
Pikeville, Pike Co. Ky. Mar. 22 Oct 1968 Cynthia Ann "Cindy"
McConnell b 1 Jul 1949 and now live in Tuscon Az.
Ch1 Angela Dawn Watson b 1 Apr 1969 Mar. 15 Aug 1986 Eric Luis
Cabrera b 17 Apr 1967. Divorced Eric and later married Robert Cabrera
Ch1 Michael Louis Cabrera b. 3 Jan 1988
Ch2 Brent Tyler Cabrera b. 15 July 1992

Ch2 Natasha Lynn "Tasha" Watson b. 24 Aug 1971 Mar on 21 Feb 1992
to Greg Lee Dean b 9 Feb 1971
Ch1 Asia Leandra Dean b 3 Feb 1995
Ch2 Twin Girls b 11 June 1996, stillborn at six months

Ch4 Kennith Allen Watson b 1 Feb 1958, Orrville
OH. Mar. Betsy who had three chilren Sean, Tom, and Amanda.
Later married Karon Forrer b in Dalton Ohio Mar on 24 Apr 1984. They
now live in Mansfield, Ohio 
Family: Watson, Amos Walter / Phipps, Buenos Myrl (F4290)
 
334 Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2006). Source (S825)
 
335 Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1880. Source (S819)
 
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338 Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2003), 1870. Source (S816)
 
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349 Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc.). Source (S812)
 
350 Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2006). Source (S824)
 
351 Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2007), Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File, : Social Security Administration. Source (S813)
 
352 Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. Source (S823)
 
353 Asberry died as an infant. Walters, Asberry (I120120)
 
354 Ben initially worked on the railroad as a brakeman. After that he went
into Real Estate and Insurance. 
Middleton, Benjamin Franklin (I114838)
 
355 Bob was a plumber. He was in business many years with his dad, Gomer,
before Gomer retired.

He died of a massive heart attack on 16 Mar 1989 in Athens, Pa. while at
work in the afternoon.

He is buried in Tioga Point Cemetery in Athens. 
Duggan, Robert Gomer (I114834)
 
356 Buried in Van Huss Cemetery, Rose Hill, Va. Birth and death dates from
tombstone.

From a Census Report of School Children for Harlan County, taken in the
Fall of 1897, Harvey's birthdate is listed as 3 Nov 1891. He is listed as
age 7. Janette Nolan FGS sent in July 1993 lists his birthdate as 3 Nov
1889. She lists his birthplace as Baxter.

On a FGS submitted by Emerson Coldiron, based on the 1920 Lee Co., VA
census, Harvey's birth date is listed as 1890.

Ed Neal, who runs the restaurant in Rose Hill, said Harvey lived in
Burkeville, Va. for about 20 years. He said Harvey died of a stroke.

Hayward Coldiron said that Harvey lived in Blackstone, VA. Bought a
farm and had cattle.

Harvey and Lona were living on Poor Fork Road in the 1910 census. See
marriage record Vol 18, page 156.

For marriage to Ethie, see marriage record, Vol 16, page 319.

* Birthdate found on Harlan County School records microfilmed by LDS Church. 
Coldiron, Harvey Ledford (I114840)
 
357 Charlie was named after his great uncle, John Fernando Cope. Helistedhis trade as a wagoner. Walters, Charlie Fernando Norman (I120122)
 
358 CSA Lee County Rangers 25th Regiment, Virginia Calvary Gibson, James Johnson Jr. (I124055)
 
359 CSA Lee County Rangers 25th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry Gibson, Pvt George Washington (I124039)
 
360 Darrel served in the U.S. Air Force from 7 Jan 1957 to 11 jan1961. Hewas a sargeant and served in Spain. He was a retiredcarpenter inLocal Union 113. Deem, Darrel Edwin (I120023)
 
361 Dorislene's funeral was preached by John Holbrook, the firstfuneral heever preached for a relative. John's mother, Mollie,and Dorislenewere cousins. The text was John 11:1-19. Boggs, Dorislene (I120138)
 
362 from My Family.com Posted By: Ruth Ann Blevins; Date Posted: Feb 17, 2004
Description: John Ramey "Shank" Wheeler was a Sgt. in the Civil War-Union 68th. Ky. Reg. Enrolled Militia 1864.
John Ramey Wheeler , born August 19, 1820 in Blain, Lawrence County, kentucky He was the son of James Harrison Wheeler and Elizabeth (Ramey) Wheeler. John Ramey Wheeler married 1st. Rachel LeMaster, born April 30, 1821, she was the daughter of Francis "Frank" LeMaster and Eleanor (Jayne) LeMaster. Their children were- James Lee Wheeler married 1st. Mahala Angeline Sparks and 2 nd. Mary Lou Tabor., Eleanor Jane "Nellie" Wheeler married Minton Holbrook., Francis Wheeler married Sarah LeMaster. Joshua Madison Wheeler married Sarah Ann Terry., William Martin Wheeler married Rachael Pennington., Henry H. Wheeler married America Clark., John Ramey Wheeler married 2 nd. Catherine Wheeler, daughter of William Ramey Wheeler and Elizabeth Borders. Their children were- Oliver B. Wheeler married Amanda Terry., Wallace B. Wheeler married Lucy Cordial., Elizabeth Wheeler married Luke Clark., Trenvilla Wheeler married Henry Pack., Isaac Gallop Wheeler married 1 st. Susan Terry 2 nd. Rutha Skaggs., Lucina Wheeler married Garfield Moore., Amous H. Wheeler married Mollie Booth. Nancy E. Wheeler 1857-1858 and Shadrick Wheeler 1859-1859. John Ramey Wheeler died July 27, 1896 in Lawrence County, Kentucky. Rachael (LeMaster) Wheeler died August 18, 1852. John Ramey "Shank" Wheeler and Rachael (LeMaster) Wheeler were my Great Great Grandparents and their son Joshua Madison Wheeler and Sarah Ann (Terry) Wheeler were my Great Grandparents, their daughter Elizabeth (Wheeler) Skaggs married Ferrit Efferson Skaggs they were my Grandparents, their son Loranza Dowe Skaggs married Nola Mae Parker, they are my parents.

John Ramey "Shank" Wheeler and his wives are all buried at the Wheeler Cemetery on Route 201 ,South of Blaine on Wheeler's Branch. I went last fall, looking for their graves, I could not find this cemetery. I am planning on another trip this summar to Lawrence County, kentucky, hope I will find them next trip. Any help with directions to this cemetery would be appreciated. Thanks-Ruth Ann

Photo Date Taken: Abt. 1890; Place Taken: Prob. Lawrence County, Kentucky; Owner: Ruth Blevins 
Wheeler, John Ramey (I231960)
 
363 Funeral Services were conducted at Big Rock Pentecostal Church with Rev. Orville Collins officiating. Burial at Mountain View Memorial Park Cemetary in Grundy, VA. Potter, Celestia (I108881)
 
364 Geneva and Bob were married at home in East Smithfield, Pa.

Geneva died at 4:27 pm at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pa., on 21
Sep 1992. She had cancer. She had had three operations in the past two
years, the first for colon cancer and the second for intestinal cancer. The
most recent operation was on 18 Sep 1992, where it was discovered that
she had a blockage in her lower intestine. She had been having trouble
keeping food down for several weeks, and got to the point where she
couldn't eat or drink anything without throwing it up. By the time she
got to the hospital for the last time, she was so weak the doctor were
afraid she wouldn't stand the operation, but they didn't have any choice,
they had to operate anyway. She never recovered from the last operation.
During her illness, particularly in the past 3-4 months, she lost
considerable weight, from about 210 to about 150 pounds.

Geneva had a living will, and did not want to have her life prolonged by
artificial means. During her last few days, there was no attempt by the
doctors to prolong life.

I remember Geneva as a quiet, private person. Even in her last few
weeks, she didn't complain and didn't request help for her medical
problems. A few weeks before she died, she was still trying to do her
house chores, including mowing the lawn.

Geneva and Bob were avid collectors of Hummels and antique clocks, plus
other things. They went "antiqueing" or "collecting" many times in the
last 10-15 years of their lives.

She was buried at Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens, Pa. 
Coldiron, Helen Geneva (I114826)
 
365 Geri Ball Notes: He was killed in a gun battle in the Lynch bathhouse murders in Lynch, Harlan, Kentucky. According to Jacqueline Coldiron, he was the head of security of the Lynch Coal Mine. It was common practice for mine guards and security personnel to also be a Deputy Sheriff. The following story appeared in the Harlan Enterprise on Friday, 13 January 1922 and summarizes the trial of the persons who killed James and two others.

Slayers of Deputy Coldiron Aquitted
Jury In Circuit Court Deliberates Over Night And Return Verdict
Early Friday Morning

"Not guilty," said the jury early Friday morning that tried Jim Stivers, Pitt Stivers, John Burchell and Ted Marcum in the Curcuit Court for the murder of John C. Coldiron, at Lynch in July, and thus ended one of the hardest fought legal battles here since Harlan has been a county. The arguments of counsel on both sides were brilliant. At times acrimonious. At times eloquent. The court allotted five hours in all for argument -- two and a half hours to the side, and the counsel who consumed the allotment were Judge W.F.. Hall and Commonwealth Attorney B.B. Golden for the state, and Ex-Governor James D. Black of Barbourville and Judge Gilbert of Pineville for the defense. Before the first argument began Judge J.G. Forester warned spectators, many of them women, who packed the court room until there was not as much as stand-ing room for one more, to be undemonstrative. But when Judge Gilbert, whose speech was an especially brilliant effort, and who was delivering the first speech of counsel, dramatically gestured and declared it a fortunate thing that Jim Stivers was in the bathhouse at Lynch when the defendants and Lynch officials fought there that bloody, deadly duel, a demonstration of approval apparently unaminous came from every part of the auditormium, followed but heavy raps of the gavel in restoration of order, and this followed by the court's threat to clear the court room of spectators in the event of another demonstration. Judge Hall opened for the prosecution, and his effort was logical and his sentences well connected. He denounced the defendants with interesting description, comparing Jim Stivers to Jesse James, and he accused counsel for the defense of unfair tactics. Ex-Governor Black closed for the defense and Commonwealth Attorney Golden for the State. Golden concluded his able argument at 5 o'clock and the case was then given to the jury. The case against the defendants charging them with the murder of Policeman W.R. Holcomb and Carl Fulton at the time Coldiron was killed were continued to the 7th day of the next term of court. The trial of Jim and Pitt Stivers, Ted Marcum, and John Burchell, for alleged killing of Deputy Sheriff Coldiron in July at Lynch, has attracted much attention since the hour it began, and as it drew near a close standing room was at a premium. Truth to say many people were at the door and could not get inside while those within craned their necks and listened intensely to hear every word that dropped from the lips of each witness for or against the defendants, all of whom are nice appearing. No one of the defendants looks the desperado nor as a bully, just a man able to take care of himself when an opponent presses for a fight. Burchell and Marcum are laddish looking. Marcum is but a lad. He is but fourteen years old. Birchell is but 20, could easily pass for 18. Jim Stivers is 32. His brother Pitt Stivers is 30 and both appear as if time has dealt kindly with them. Though but 20, John Birchell saw military service in France during the World War. He is a comely fellow and intelligent for one of his age. Candor compels us to say all the defendants are intelligent. Pitt Stivers has a collegiate education. Jim Stivers was educated in high school. A strong array of counsel represent the defense. They are Ex-Governor James D. Black, of Barboursville; Judge James M. Gilbert of Pineville; A.T.W. Manning
of Manchester; W.A. Brock; J.T. Bowling and Judge D.Y. Lyttle of this city and two of these argued before the jury for the defense, asking that each defendant be acquitted that they may return to the county from which they came -- Clay.
Commonwealth Attorney B.B. Golden and County Attorney John B. Carter were assisted in the prosecution by all members of the law firm of Hall, Jones and Lee. Judge Hall stated the prosecution's theory of the case in advance to the jury. He was followed by Ex-Governor Black who with apparent telling effect presented in advance the side of the prosecution. For the time Mr. See, the star witness for the state testified until the last witness was examined the general public predicted mistrial or aquittal of all four of the defendants. Mr See was not a strong witness for the State. His demeanor indicated he would like to leave some things unsaid. He at times was unmistakably uncomfortable.
On the other hand the witnesses for the defense were at ease and answered all questions punctually and pointedly.
While the trial was in progress the father of the Stiver boys and the parents of Marcum sat in the court room. The elder Stivers is old and gray and sat with head bowed. The thought of possible ill-fate awaiting his sons weighing heavily upon him. The murders of which the defendants were charged was committed as already stated at Lynch in July. In that town at the time in the public bath house belonging to the United States Coal and Coke Company, one of the deadliest duels ever fought, with guns or other weapons in the state of Kentucky was staged, and when the smoke of battle cleared away three lay dead upon the ground and three lay wounded. The dead were a Mr. Fulton, and, as herebefore related Deputy Coldiron and Policeman Holcomb. The latter two fell dead. Fulton fell and expired soon afterward. A bullet from the 45 New Service Colt Revolver that was fired with deadly aim by Jim Stivers went crashing through Holcomb's brain immediately after Pitt Stivers, sheltering behind a column had cried out, referring to Holcomb: "Jim, he's going to kill me." The trouble arose over an eviction order. Pitt Stivers, Burchell and Marcum were discharged in the morning of the day of the tragedy from their position in the Lynch mines and their hurried departure from the town of Lynch was demanded by officials of the company. 
Coldiron, James C. (I73001)
 
366 Geri Ball Notes: Marriage information found in Harlan County Marriage Records, vol a, page. Service performed by A. Blanton, Elder B.C. and witnesses were Milton E. Howard and Jackson Long. Family: Howard, Hiram B. / Coldiron, Jane (F47626)
 
367 He was a soil scientist. Eikleberry, Robert Woodrow (I115032)
 
368 He was delivered by his uncle, Sylvester Back. Walters, Albert McClellan (I120117)
 
369 in Shelby County, Ohio 1930 Census Records. Adams, America Ann (I113230)
 
370 Information on the family of Media and Charlie was provided byJackArrowood. Media was the youngest of 8 children. Thefamily lived onHunting Bays Creek in Breathitt Co. KY. Whenshe was still an infant,her parents decided to follow herfather's brother, Robert E. Lee Bach,to Missouri. They soldall their property with the exception of only afew articles offurniture and personal items to take with them toestablish anew home. Two more families by the name of Holbrookdecided tojoin them and after weeks of preparation and biddingfarewell tofamily and friends, the three families began theirjourneywestward in three covered wagons. They camped at nightbesidethe road. They crossed the Ohio River by ferry, thenpassedthrough Indiana. Media's mother told her that it wasthe"prettiest country" they ever saw. After reaching theirdestinationin Missouri, they discovered that life in this newplace was not whatthey expected. Their savings rapidlydwindled as her fatherdesperaqtely tried to make a living, butthings did not improve andsoon they were "busted". The familyreturned to Breathitt Co. with herfather finding jobs along theway to buy provisions for the family.Not long after theirreturn, her parents were operating a small generalstore andthey regained a firm financial footing and lived theremainderof their lives in Breathitt County. Media grew up onFrozenCreek and married at the age of 15. She and her husband,Charliehad 12 children, for of them dying in infancy andanother died as ateenager. In 1942 they decided to move toMiddletown, Ohio, where theyboth died. Jack Arrowood describedMedia as "a lady of dignity andwisdom who had an exceptionalmemory and exhibited an unshakeable faithin God." Back, Media (I120090)
 
371 James Johnson was in the 6th VA Reg of the Continental Lines. He was Capt of a company called the James Johnson Company, from 16 Feb 1776 to Apr 1,1777 wheb he became Major and was a staff officer until he resigned 15 Aug, 1777. His residence was given as Lunenburg Co. VA. Johnson, Maj. James Jr. (I116459)
 
372 Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: Samuel Lewis Breeding
Death Date: 27 Aug 1947
Death Location: Letcher
Residence Location: Letcher
Age: 70
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 31 Aug 1876
Birth Location: Letcher
Spouse's name: Elizabeth Breeding
Spouse's Age: 61
Father's Name: Wesley Breeding
Father's Birth Location: Kentucky
Mother's Name: Sallie Franklin
Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky

........................................................

1910 US > Kentucky > Letcher > East Whitesburg > Dist 143
18 April 1910 > Sheet No 3A > Stamped 153

25 48 48 Breeding, Sam L. Head M W 36 M1 11 KY KY KY Farmer General Farm
26 Elizza Wife F W 24 M1 11 5 4 KY KY KY
27 Floyd Son M W 08 S KY KY KY
28 Teddy Son M W 06 S KY KY KY
29 Gertrude Dau F W 04 S KY KY KY
30 Hazel Dau F W 01 3/12 S KY KY KY



Breeden1 - The Breeden family Of Virginia and parts West. 
Breeding, Samuel Lewis (I2043)
 
373 Lewis lived in Orange County VA before 1778. He served several tours of duty in the Revolutionary War under Generals Gates and Nathaniel Greene, He first left on Maryc 11, 1781. He was a private and wagon driver. see pension app;iction #S-8519 Nathional Archives. He was present at Yorktown, VA for the surrender of General Cornwallis on October 19, 1781 He purchased acerage on April 25, 1791 from Stanwix, william and John Hord sold 50 acers to him. He eventually accumulated several 100 acres on the south side of the Smith river about one mile north of Waller's ford. near the present day village of Fieldale, VA known as the Franklin Plantation moved there permanantly during the winter of 1779. He and his wife are both buried atr the family cemetary about 100 yards from the house at his home in Henry County april 1842 another source says he died in Anderson County KY on 8-11-1843 and buried at Busey Graveyard, Glensboro, Anderson County KY Franklin, Lewis (I86882)
 
374 Linda Lewis-Weissinger, , Source Medium: Other
Source (S810)
 
375 Liz King, Genealogy of Liz King Jones 1998, GEN report from FTW downloaded in rtf format 7-2-98
Source Media Type: Electronic
Source (S808)
 
376 married by J.H Lawson at George Yocum's house. Witnesses were W. R. Fitchpatrick and Joseph Hampton
In the 1910 census records of Menifee County, Able and Mary Hampton are living with them in the Beaver Creek district.
In the 1920 census records, George is living with America his second wife and his mother Mary is living there too. 
Hampton, George Washington (I113215)
 
377 Name: John C HALL Sex: M Birth: 8 Dec 1856 Death: 6 Jan 1920. Father: Morgan HALL b: 16 Mar 1830; Mother: Christine STUMBAUGH b: Abt 1836.
Marriage 1 Mary HAMILTON b: 10 May 1857
Married: 10 Aug 1876 in Floyd Co., KY
Children
Martha HALL b: 1877
Elizabeth HALL b: 13 Feb 1879
Emmitt HALL b: bet 1882-1900
Nancy Jane HALL b: 20 Jan 1887
William Jay HALL b: Dec 1888
Frances HALL b: Feb 1891
Maudie HALL b: Feb 1894
Lona Belle HALL b: Nov 1899. (2/05ad)

LIST FROM ANCESTRY I14551:
William Jay Hall b: DEC 1888 in Floyd Co, KY
Martha Hall b: 1877
Elizabeth "Lissie" Hall b: 13 FEB 1879 in Floyd Co, KY
Nancy "Nannie" Hall b: 20 JAN 1887 in Floyd Co, KY
Mary Frances Hall b: FEB 1891 in Floyd Co, KY
Maudie Hall b: 15 FEB 1894 
Hall, Emmitt (I114260)
 
378 National Archives and Records Administration, Kentucky 1910 Miracode Index (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2000), National Archives and Records Administration, Kentucky Miracode, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. Source (S826)
 
379 Never married. Coldiron, Edison (I115639)
 
380 No Children by either marriage. Hall, Mander (I84608)
 
381 Pioneer Settler of Lee County, Virginia.
Revolutionary War Soldier and Indian Figher. He was a surveyor of the road from Martin's Station (Lee County, Virginia) to Cumberland Gap, where the three states of Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky come together.
John Ball is buried in the Cave where he had hidden when he was younger to escape being killed by Indians.
His Mother and brother, William, were killed by the Indians.
John's wife was Mary (Polly) Yeary.
He was the son of George and Kezziah Ball.

1. George Ball (1720 - 1801)
2. John Ball (1756 - 1809)
3. George Washington Ball (1787 - 1852)
4. Arthur Ball (1816 - 20 May 1865)
5. Sarah "Sally" E. Ball Marcum (10 Mar 1842 - 31 May 1923)
6. Rachel Emma Marcum Akers (28 Feb 1865 - 22 Feb 1931)
7. Rev. James Luther Akers (07 Apr 1890 - 24 Oct 1967)
8. Ralph Clayton Akers (09 Mar 1918 - 14 Dec 1981)
9. Pat 
Ball, John (I124072)
 
382 Preston MULLINS was born on Feb 19 1857 in Dickenson Co. Va. He died
on
Jul 28 1928. He was buried in Farmer Cem. Rt. 3 Clintwood, VA.. On a
family group sheet from Johnny C. Mullins the birth date for Preston
Mullins is given several dates "7 Feb., 1856 in Wise Co., VA, 19 Feb.,
1857 and 29 Feb., 1844" So it needs further research.

He was married to Martha Anne PHIPPS on Dec 28 1876 in Wise Co., VA..
Martha Anne PHIPPS was born on Dec 12 1858 in Wise Co., VA.. She died
on
Oct 20 1961. She was buried in Farmer Cem. Rt. 3 Clintwood, VA..
Children of Preston MULLINS and Martha Anne PHIPPS were:

+112 i. Alexander "Alex" MULLINS.
+113 ii. Elizabeth "Liz" MULLINS.
+114 iii. Alaifair MULLINS.
+115 iv. Rose Ann MULLINS.
+116 v. Lockwood MULLINS.
+117 vi. Matilda "Tilda" MULLINS.
118 vii. Edgar MULLINS was born Child. He died Child.
+119 viii. Arnold MULLINS.
+120 ix. Tivis MULLINS.
+121 x. Laura MULLINS.

He was married to Sallie DUTTON UNKNOWN. Sallie DUTTON was born
UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. Children of Preston MULLINS and Sallie
DUTTON were:

122 i. Alice R. MULLINS was born in Sep 1879. 
Family: Mullins, Preston / Phipps, Martha Ann (F4305)
 
383 Private, NC Line; Indian spy Hall, David Landson Sr (I104241)
 
384 Rowan KY Marriages: Sarah M. Hall father Samuel R. Ham consent to James E. Hall on 22 Jun 1889 (21 June 1889) su: John Hall

Rowan KY Marriages: Etta Hall age 23 2nd marriage father Ben Baldridge mother Orlene Baldridge to Ed Hall age 41 2nd marriage father Jno M. Hall mother Martha S. Hall on 29 Jul 1911 @Morehead, surety by Chess Hall license, no return


This info on the Debord surname, various spellings, have been collected, compiled and merged from many sources; some more reliable than others. Please contact me for any info on folks I may have that were born after 1907 
Hall, James Edward (I30426)
 
385 See Early Settlers on the Poor Fork, by Jackie Owen, page 95. This source says "Joseph E. Day Jr. had received a large bottom land farm from
his father on the Cumberland River, plus other land in grants. He built a
white one-story house on the Pine Mountain side of the river and ran the
post office at Este. When the railroad boom came about 1910, Joseph's
widow Mary Jane sold the Day farm up the river and bought a house in Hickory Flats." 
Day, Joseph E. Jr. (I115466)
 
386 She drowned with husband, Isaac Coleman, and an Indian when returning with Eleazer Folger in a canoe from Martha's Vineyard where they had been to purchase some furniture. Folger, Bethia (I123245)
 
387 She was an Oneida Baptist Institute graduate. [See page 50 of "Dawn
Comes to the Mountains."] 
Coldiron, Kate Potter (I114282)
 
388 Shirley Arnold 2008. Source (S811)
 
389 The Ball family of Middlesex Co., VA. is possibly related to the Ball family of Lancaster Co., VA. from which family George Washington, First President of the U. S., is descended. Actual proof of this relationship is not now available, however, if, in fact, this relationship exists, it is probably in generations previous to Col. William Ball and the Edward Ball, Sr. of Middlesex, which would take it back into pre-colonial England.

Married (1695, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA): Keziah Ozborne (Born: 1674, of Christ Church, Middlesex, VA - 09 Jul 1736, Middlesex, VA; Burial: Christ Church, Middlesex, VA)

Children (12):
1. Catherine Ball (Keeling) (B: 25 Jan 1696, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA) married (30 Sep 1719, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA): Thomas Keeling (B: Abt 1695, of Christ Church, Middlesex, VA);
2. Infant son, Ball (B: 25 Jun 1696, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA);
3. Arthur Ball (B: 1697, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA);
4. Johannah Ball (Blake) (B: 04 Apr 1699) married (24 Feb 1717, Church, Middlesex, VA): John Blake (B: 01 May 1698, of Christ Church, Middlesex, VA) -children (07) Note: Johannah Ball not mentioned in Christ Church Parish Records, Middletown, VA.;
5. Edward Ball (B: 01 Mar 1701, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA - 1742, Prince William, VA) marrried (04 Feb 1724, Christ Church Parish, Middletown, VA): Sarah Owen (Ball) (B: Abt 1704, of Middlesex, VA) -children (05): a. Clemence Ball (B: 15 Jan 1726, Christ Church, Middletown, VA - Jul 1806, Fauquier Co., VA) married (Abt 1747, Prince William, VA): William Dulin (B: 1720, Essex Co., VA - Jul 1801, Fauquier Co., VA) Note: Clemence baptized, 1726, Christ Church Parish, Middletown, VA. b. John Ball (B: 1729, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA - 1764, Fauquier, VA) married: Frances (Ball) Note: John baptized, 1729, Christ Church Parish, Middletown, VA. c. Edward Ball (B: 1732 - 1788) married: Elizabeth. Note: Edward baptized, 1732, Christ Church Parish, Middletown, VA; d. William Ball (B: 14 Jan 1741, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA - 28 Dec 1807, Warrenton, Fauquier, VA) married (1759, Fauquier, VA): Hannah Smith (B: 1740, VA -1825, Fauquier, VA) d. James Ball (B: 1742, Fauquier, VA -1794, Fauquier, VA) married: Anna Chloe Smith;
5. Elizabeth Ball (Smith) (B: 01 May 1704, Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA) married (07 Feb 1720, Christ Church, Middlesex Co., VA): Joseph Smith (B: Abt 1700, of Middlesex Co., VA);
6. Kezia Ball (B: 31 Mar 1706, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA) married (27 Jan 1724, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA): John Scanlon (B: 1702, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA). Note: Kezia Ball not mentioned in Christ Church Parish Records, Middletown, VA;
7. Mary Ball (B: Abt 1708);
8. Ann Ball (B: 1710-1726) Note: Ann Ball not mentioned in Christ Church Parish Records, Middletown, VA;
9. Phoebe Ball (B: 1711);
10. Daniel Ball (B: 1713) married: Sarah Hackney - children (02): a. Daniel Ball, Jr., (B: 30 Oct 1745, Middlesex Co., VA - 29 Sep 1794, Granville Co., NC) married (1760, NC): Elizabeth Osborne (B: 1746, Salisbury, Rowan, NC - Bef 1788, Granville Co., NC) -Note: children: Elsie Ball, Daniel Ball, William Ball, Osborne Ball, Elijah Ball, John Ball, Mary Fannie Ball, Elizabeth Ball, Benjamin Ball, James Ball, Phereba Ball (is Phereba, the person listed in the will as Ferraba Ball, grandaughter?;
b. Benjamin Ball (B: 1742 - Bef 1810) married: Ann McIntosh McIntyre;
11. William Ball (B: 1716);
12. Benjamin Ball (B: 1719 - 1784) married: Ann Bowen;

Died: 04 Sep 1726, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA

Burial: Sep 1726, Parish Cemetery, Christ Church, Middlesex, VA 
Ball, Edward (I123988)
 
390 The death date for Betty Jean is mentioned in her father, Ned's

obituary. 
Cope, Betty Jean (I120014)
 
391 The obituary for Alma reads as follows: "Alma Bessie Cope,88,Middletown, died Monday, June 21, 2004, at the MiddletownRegionalHospital Emergency Room. She was born Sept. 9, 1915 inJackson,Breathitt Co., KY, the daughter of Charles Walters andMedia (Back)Walters. Mrs. Cope attended Towne Boulevard Churchof God. She issurvived by a granddaughter, Debbie Manns ofMiddletown; a greatgrandson, David Edward Manns of Monroe; twosisters, Morene Brewer andNokia McDonald, both of Spring City,TN. Mrs Cope was preceded indeath by her husband, Henry Cope,in 2001; her parents; a daughter,Betty Jean O'Neill in 1980;six sisters, Irene Walters; Alta Deem; MaryJane Amburgery;Virginia Siebein; and infants, Molly Florence WaltersandGeraldine Walters; and three brothers, Albert, and infants,Chesterand Asberry Walters. Funeral arrangements will be at 1p.m.,Wednesday, at the Towne boulevard Church of God withPastor FrankCurtis officiating. Visitation will be from 6 to 8p.m., Tuesday, atthe Breitenbach-McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home.Burial will be in WoodsideCemetery. Walters, Alma Bessie (I120118)
 
392 The obituary for Ned reads as follows: "Henry Edward "Ned"Cope, bornAugust 12, 1914, died 17 Aug 2001 in Jackson,Breathitt Co. KY, was theson of Floyd and Sarah (Peters) Cope.He served in three CCC camps forfour years. He was a member ofTowne Boulevard Church of God. He issurvived by his wife of 62years, Alma Bessie (Walters) Cope;granddaughter, Debbie Manns;great-grandson, David Edward Manns, andbrother, Joe Gamble. Hewas preceded in death by a daughter, BettyJean O'Neill in1980,;by his parents; his sister, Tressie Cope; and hisbrother,Seward Cope. Funeral services were Monday, August 20, 2001. Cope, Henry Edward (I120015)
 
393 This hand written will can be found in Will Book #3, page 176, Harlan County
Court Records.

WILL:
I John S. Howard of Laurel Creek in the county of Clay and State of Ky, Being
of sound mine and memory and considering the uncertainity of this life do
therefore make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my last will and
testiment.

First I order and direct that my Executors herein after named pay all my just
debts and funeral expenses as soon after my decease as conveniently may be.

Second after the payment of such debts and funeral expenses I bequeath and give
all of my estate both real and personal to my heirs including my wife Martha
Howard who is to be equal heir with the children as long as she remains my
widow but if she remarries she is to be disinherted with the exception of what the children may give her. I further enpower my Executor my wife Martha Howard with the assistance A.L. Howard and T.C. McDaniel to collect any money from any and all parties that should be excluded in this will and also to expend any money for the support or education of each one of my heirs.

Lastly I make & constitute & appoint my wife Martha Howard Executor & A.L. Howard & T.C. McDaniel as assistant Executors of this my last will & testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my hand & fixed my seal this
Feb'y 6th 1912.
John S. Howard

This instrument was on the day of the date hereof signed, Published & declared by the said testator John S. Howard to be his last will and testament in the presents of us who at his request have subscribed our names thereunto as witnesses in his presents and in the presents of each other.
H.L. Morgan
Wm Barrett

State of Kentucky )_ Sct.
County of Clay )
I, S.V. Sizemore Clerk of the County Court for the County and State aforesaid, do certify that the foregoing will of John S. Howard deceased, was this day produced to me in my office for record whereupon the same with the
forgoing and this certificate has been duly recorded in will Book # 3 at page
176, therin.
Witness my hand this 19th day of August 1931.
S.V. Sizemore Clerk
By T.W. White D.C. 
Howard, John Sherman (I114642)
 
394 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S757)
 
395 Various sources, International Genealogical Index. Source (S809)
 
396 [Willey Family Tree 16 Jan 2005.FTW]

Johnny started playing the guitar at age seven, and was considered an expert at the age of twelve. He went into the Army upon graduating fr om high school and was stationed in Hawaii. After the Army he went t o Long Beach, California where he started his own business and marrie d.


Information provided here is the result of lots of work by many individuals. Delores Willey did not verify each individual. Please use this information as a starting point in your own research. Any errors or corrections will be gladly accepted. 
Holbrook, Johnny Luther (I108339)
 
397 [Willey Family Tree 16 Jan 2005.FTW]

Polean, Poleana, Pauline.
Besides all the farm work Pauline had, she was also a neighborhood 'do ctor' with home remedies and she was a midwife for twenty-five years . Many times neglecting her own health to go out in pouring down rai n to minister to a sick friend. Her husband would saddle up a horse i n the middle of the night and she would ride off not to return till da y break. She would return with a smile on her face and the news of a fine baby girl or boy. She did not charge and she had a remedy for ev erything.
Her husband bought an apple orchard and they moved. It was during th e tuberculosis outbreak that several of their neighbors became ill an d died. Pauline was usually the first there to help with the neighbor s. She would take over the job of washing, dressing, and folding thei r hands and putting nickles over their eyes. She did this for three generations in one family, a woman, her daughter and granddaughter. Ev eryone around there were kin folk and they just did not do these jobs . She was a blessing to all.



Information provided here is the result of lots of work by many individuals. Delores Willey did not verify each individual. Please use this information as a starting point in your own research. Any errors or corrections will be gladly accepted. 
Hall, Pauline Evangeline (I84610)
 
398 [Willey Family Tree 16 Jan 2005.FTW]

She taught school as a youg girl and married at 22. She had two child ren, but lost them both. She attended Bowling Green Kentucky State Te achers College and held a life certificate, but kept working on her de gree. She taught until she had a heart attack after teaching for 39 y ears. In 1933 she was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel under the forme r governor, Bert Combs. Her husband also holds the title.

Julia was a great seamstress. She made doll clothes for her sisters w hen she was young and she made her own wedding dress. Her husband wa s a sawmill man. He was injured at the mill and died at 39 years old leaving her with 7 small children to raise. Julia married again to a succcessful business man. The two of them enjoyed lapidary which start ed as a hobby then turned into a business which brought in income for 16 years. She became an authority on gems, stones and minerals. She and her husband reside in Rockford, Ill.


Information provided here is the result of lots of work by many individuals. Delores Willey did not verify each individual. Please use this information as a starting point in your own research. Any errors or corrections will be gladly accepted. 
Holbrook, Julia Belle (I108331)
 
399 [Willey Family Tree 16 Jan 2005.FTW]

Troy was very talanted, he could make or fix anything. He repaired vi olins and guitars. Troy was one of the best old time fiddlers in East ern Kentucky. He formed a quartet with two of his sisters and a young er brother. They played for silent movies and other occasions. He wa s also a painter and paper hanger.


Information provided here is the result of lots of work by many individuals. Delores Willey did not verify each individual. Please use this information as a starting point in your own research. Any errors or corrections will be gladly accepted. 
Holbrook, Troy Edward (I108334)
 
400 !Lucinda Fleming married William Mullins/ sof/John S. and Ollie
(Short)
Mullins. John S. was the son of John Mullins and Ollie Short was the
daughter of Benjaminn and Elizabeth Short. 
Family: Mullins, William Preston / Fleming, Lucinda (F4448)
 
401 !Manda is the second wife of Stephen Carpenter. Marriage record

found in the Vital Index Records. 
Brock Lax, Manda (I96405)
 
402 !Martha and Mary Fleming were twins and both died young, probably soon
after birth. 
Fleming, Martha (I10486)
 
403 !OBITUARY: James Estep, 70, well kown resident of Sitka, died at his home at 8:00 a m Friday, Julyl 9, 1948 following the effects of a stroke suffered last fall from which he never fully recovered. Mr. Estep was born in the county Dec. 4 1877, the son of John and Jane Stephen ESTEP . He was married on Aug 23, 1902 to Sadie Mae STAMBAUGH, who preceeded him in death on Jan. 6th 1939. He later married Kitty Preston, who survives. Mr. ESTEP was a prominent and respected member of his community and was held in high esteem by his many friends and neighbers. He was a veteran of the Spanish American War and a member of the Masonic Lodge of Chandlerville. He lived a devoted Christian life, having united with the Church of Christ at Stambaugh in Dec 1906. Survivors, besides his wife, are the following children: Thurza, at home; Joe and Russell of San Francisco, Calif.; Rusha Jones of Middletown, Ohio; Raymond of Stambaugh, Ky.; Vivian Grant of Wenatchee Wash.,; Redmond and Daisy of Baltimore, Md.; also surviving are eleven grand children Funeral services were conducted by Rev S.C. Honeycutt at the home Monday afternoon, July 12th and burial was in the family cemetery nearby. Estep, James (I120970)
 
404 !Susannah probably born in 1755 in Amherst. Susannah made her will in Jan 1781, which was probated in Washington county, where she then resided. She left to brother Charles Carter of the same county all her property, which included three negroes, two of whom had been devised to her by her father Charles Carter, of Amherst county. Carter, Susanna (I76125)
 
405 "Barksdale Family Bills 1782-1900", from the Stampp Collection, reports settlement of the estate off Nathaniel Barksdale by Peter Barksdale (who was sheriff of Halifax Co. VA in 1790).

 
Barksdale, Nathaniel B. (I390)
 
406 "Barksdale Family Bills 1782-1900", from the Stampp Collection, reports settlement of the estate off Nathaniel Barksdale by Peter Barksdale (who was sheriff of Halifax Co. VA in 1790).
 
Barksdale, Nathaniel B. (I390)
 
407 "Billie"

"Jaw Bone" Neighbor of Hiram, Shadrac & Isham in 1830. Children are
fairly good assumptions. Shadrac bondsman & Sally Terry gave consent.
Ferrin has another Polly Ann b. 1845 m. Will Triplett 13 Feb 1868, Ky.
listed as his child.

Sources: 1. Census 1830: Floyd Co. Ky. pg88 100100000 100010000 2.
Census 1840: Floyd Co. Ky. pg260 121001000 102001000 3. Census 1850:
Floyd Co. Ky. Fam313 pg433 [Slone, age 40, Ky] 4. Census 1880: Floyd
Co. Ky. somewhere [missing in my records] 5. Floyd Co. Annals 1850. 6.
Verna Mae Sloan's Book 7. 1996 research of Darleen P. Flanagan, 1302
East Allen Rd. apt #3, Tucson, AZ 85719 [dod=c1890] 8. 1997 research
of Chris Jackson, E-mail: spritrider@webtv.net [nickname] 6. "The
Sloan Family Genealogy" by Mildred Slone Ferrin, Draper, UT, 1986
[1880 info & pod] 
Slone, William Hall (I15566)
 
408 "Bolling, John, son of Col. John Bolling, of "Cobbs", lived first in Gloucester county from which he was a delegate in the house of burgesses in 1766-1769. Afterwards, in 1778, he was a member of the house of delegates from Chesterfield county. He married Mary, sister of Thomas Jefferson. He was born June 24, 1737, and died in 179-." Bolling, John Blair W. (I27581)
 
409 "Bolling, John, son of Col. Robert Bolling and Jane Rolfe, his wife, was born in 1676, in Charles City county. He lived at "Cobbs" in Chesterfield county, formerly a part of Henrico. He was an active merchant and planter and took a large part in politics. He was a justice of Henrico in 1699 and other years. In 1707 he is styled captain and later was major. He was member of the house of burgesses for Henrico in the assemblies of 1710-1712, 1712-1714, 1718 and 1723-26. He died April 20, 1729, leaving issue by Mary Kennon, his wife, John Bolling Jr." Bolling, Maj. John Fairfax (I27595)
 
410 "Bolling, John, son of Maj. John Bolling, of "Cobbs", was born Jan. 20, 1700, was burgess for Henrico county in the assemblies of 1727-1734, 1742-1748, 148-1749 and for Chesterfield in the assemblies of 1752-1755 and 1756-1758, though he died Sept. 6, 1757. He was colonel commanding the Chesterfield militia, and justice of the peace. He added greatly to the estates inherited by him. He married (first) Elizabeth Lewis; (second) Elizabeth Blair." Bolling, Col. John Kennon (I27569)
 
411 "Bolling, Robert, a descendant of the Bollings of Bradford in Yorkshire, was son of John Bolling, of the parish of All-Hallows Barking, Tower street, London. He was born Dec. 26, 1646, and came to Virginia in 1660. He engaged in trade as a merchant and acquired large tracts of land. His residence was in Charles City county on the south side of James river in what is now Prince George county. The name of his residence was "Kippax". He was sheriff and lieutenant-colonel of the militia and in 1688, 1692 and 1699 he represented Charles City county in the house of burgesses, and in 1704, 1705-06 he represented Prince George county. He died July 17, 1709. His first wife was Jane Rolfe, daughter of Capt. Thomas Rolfe, son of Pocahontas, and his second was Anne Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith, of Charles City county." Bolling, Robert (I27603)
 
412 "Bolling, Robert, Jr., was son of Col. John Bolling, of "Cobbs", and lived at "Chellowe" in Buckingham county. He was born at Varina, Henrico county, Aug. 17, 178, and was educated at Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. He was a man of learning, and wrote "The Bolling Memoir", besides two volumes of verse. He was a member of the house of burgesses for Cumberland from 1761 to 1765, and of the convention of July, 1775. He married (first) Mary Burton; (second) Susannah Watson. Died in 1775." Bolling, Col. Robert Jr. (I27582)
 
413 "Bolling, Robert, son of Col. Robert Bolling, was born Jan. 25, 1686, and was burgess for Prince George county in 1710-1712; 1712-1714, 1723-1726 and 1727-1734. He married Anne Meriwether and had issue: I. Mary, married William Stark. 2. Elizabeth, married James Munford. 3. Ann, married John Hall. 4. Lucy, married Peter Randolph. 5. Jane, married Hugh Miller. 6. Martha, married Richard Eppes. 7. Susanna, married Alexander Bolling. 8. Robert, married Mary Tabb. He died 1749." Bolling, Robert (I118980)
 
414 "Bolling, Robert, son of Robert Bolling, and grandson of Col. Robert Bolling, was born June 12, 1730, was burgess for Dinwiddie county from 1758 to 1774. He settled at Petersburg, where his residence was known as "Bollingbrook". He was colonel of the militia and had large estates. He married (first) Martha Bannister; and (second) Mary Marshall Tabb. He died Feb. 24, 1775." Bolling, Robert (I118996)
 
415 "Bond dated 26, Oct. 1813 by Alexander Pelphry and John Lemaster for a marriage shortly to be had between Alexander Pelphry and Ailsy Lemaster.
This is to certify that I, Ely Memaster do give my unfeigned consent for my daughter Alisey Lemaster to be joined in wedlock to Alexander Pelphry.
Oct. 26, 1813 (S) Ely Lemaster" 
Family: Pelfrey, Alexander / Lemaster, Ailsey (F39488)
 
416 "Doctor" is his given name, not a professional title. Wright, Doctor William McComas (I232906)
 
417 "Find-a-Grave website lists his year of death as 1918, but that cannot be correct since hw was enumerated in his parents' household for the 1920 census. Sergent, Andrew Jackson (I133748)
 
418 "Find-a-Grave" reports her date of death as 16 Jan 1880, but this cannot be correct. She was alive at least as late as 1884, when she gave birth to son Holt, as evidenced in his death certificate. Also, children Turner and Jan were reportedly born in 1880, and she appeared in the 1880 census. Haddix, Ellis (I269644)
 
419 "He was among the prominent officers of the Halifax Militia. In 1814 he was recommended for lieutenant in the 84th Regiment and qualified. In 1820 he served as Captain, 1st Regt., 1st Division, Va. Militia; appointed Major of Cavalry, 1829; promoted to Lt. Colonel of Cavalry, 1837. [ Halifax Co., . XXXI, pp. 48, 119; XXXVII, p. 194; M.IV, p.67; VII, p. 124.] Barksdale, Col. Elisha (I21905)
 
420 "Jacob Eversole was born approximately 1760 probably in Lancaster Co.,Pennsylvania. He died on his farm in Perry County, Kentucky, about 1860.He married Mary Kessler in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. After theRevolutionary War they went with a German Colony to Ashe County, thenorthwest corner of North Carolina, where he had brothers and sistersliving. Old records show that members of the colony made cloth out ofcotton and flax. The Ebersohls, (for that is the early spelling of theirname), later returned to Pennsylvania. Later they joined a company ofPioneers who were following Boone to the fabled "Blue Grass" region ofKy. When they arrived, they found many settlers, so they went back to themountain section of eastern Kentucky and bought a farm a mile up theKentucky River, south of Chavies in Perry County, near Krypton. Kentucky,however, was then called Kentucky County of Virginia. Jacob built aone-room cabin here in 1789. In 1800 he built a large two-story log houseon this site. It still stands, and is owned by his descendants to thisday and is one of the oldest land marks in Kentucky. Jacob was a BaptistMinister and not overly endowed with wordly goods. Because he could notspeak English plainly, his congregation left him, but he was laterfurnished with a pulpit when members of his family organized the "OldGrapevine Baptist Church" where he preached many years. Jacob and Marylived to be about 100 years old and left several children."
"From the book, "Perry Co., Ky, a History" the following: 'Jacob settledat the mouth of Lick Branch around 1790, while this was still part of VA.The log house he built in 1802 is the oldest log house still standing inPerry Co. today.' Later in the book, 'Jacob built a one room cabin nearthe mouth of Lick Branch around 1789; in 1800 he built a larger two storyhouse on this site. When Jacob died, his son Woolery continued to live inthis house until the time of his death. Jacob who was a Baptist Minister,was also a miller and had one of the first water mills in this part ofthe county.'"
"I believe both the 'Perry Co., Ky, a History' and 'The EbersoleFamilies,' books are in error as to the date of Jacob's arrival inKentucky. In checking on the birth year of the first 5 males they wereborn in VA and NC and Joseph ws born about 1800. So it would have had tobeen after this time. The 1800 North Carolina census for Ashe Countylisted a Jacob Eversole living there. It said he was over 45 years old,had 3 males under 10 and 2 between 10-16. His wife was over 45 and therewere 3 females under 10 and 1 between 10-16. The 1810 Clay Co. Censuslisted him as being over 45 and his wife.
"The 1820 or 1830 census showed no head of the house listed for JacobEversole. He could be in another household. The 1840 Perry Co. Censuslists in Woolery's household a male and female between 80-90 years old.
"The 1850 Clay, Perry, or Owsley Census lists by name all householdmembers and there was no Jacob or Mary Eversole listed. Unless he wasstaying with his son, Abraham. He is also missing from the 1850 OwsleyCo. Census. So he probably died before 1850 instead of 1860, whichprobably is correct since the 1800 census had him listed being over 45which would put his birth at before 1755.
"John Eversole (Abraham's son) in his 1-31-1898 interview with JohnDickey, said that Jacob died in 1833 or 1834."


Jacob, First Eversole/Ebersol in Kentucky
"Jacob was a wagoneer in the Revolutionary War" (Biggerstaff notes)."After the Revolutionary War they [Jacob and Mary] went with a Germancolony to Ashe Co., northwest corner of North Carolina, where he hadbrothers and sisters. Old records show that member of the colony madecloth out of cotton and flax. The Ebersohls (early spelling of theirname), later joined a company of pioneers who were following Daniel Booneto the fabled "Blue Grass" region of Ky. When they arrived, they foundmany settlers, so they went back to the mountain section of easternKentucky and bought a farm on the north Fork of Kentucky river south ofChavies in Perry Co., near Krypton, Kentucky. It was then called KentuckyCounty of Virginia.... Jacob built a one-room cabin here in 1789. In 1800he built a large two-story log house on this site. It still stands, andis owned by his descendants to this day. It is one of the oldestlandmarks in Kentucky.... Mary and Jacob lived to be about 100 years oldand left several children..." (McKinley, 1991)


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ID: I459
Name: Jacob EVERSOLE
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1760 in Lancaster, PA
Christening: in Went To New R., Ashe, NC After War; In KY 1804
Death: ABT 1833 in Perry Co., KY
Occupation: Baptist Minister, Miller
EDUC: His Pedigree Is Speculative
Religion: Organized The Grapevine Baptish Church
Change Date: 24 JAN 1999

Father: Jacob EBERSOHL b: 1739
Mother: FISHER?

Marriage 1 Mary (Anna Maria?) KESSLER b: 1764 in PA
Married: ABT 1784 in Lancaster, PA?
Children
John EVERSOLE b: 1785 in PA?
Peter EVERSOLE b: 1787 in PA?
Abraham EVERSOLE b: 1790 in PA?; Ashe Co., NC [1794-6 Is Too Late]
Woolery EVERSOLE b: 1794 in PA?, NC [1850 Census Suggests 1794]
Mary "Polly" EVERSOLE b: ABT 1796 in PA?, NC
Sarah "Sally" EVERSOLE b: ABT 1797 in Ashe Co., NC
Joseph EVERSOLE b: ABT 1800 in NC
Nancy EVERSOLE
William? EVERSOLE

 
Eversole, Jacob Joseph (I5482)
 
421 "Kitteneye" Slone, Isom B. (I15568)
 
422 "Letcher County Births, 1852-1859" cites reported birthdate of 15 Feb 1859. However, his tombstone lists a birth date of 9 Feb 1860. Campbell, Lewis (I2139)
 
423 "Neel" Roberts was listed in the western part of the county in what later became Henry, Patrick, Carroll, and Grayson Counties. Roberts, Cornelius Mumbray (I14525)
 
424 "Ohio Marriages" (Extracted from the Old Northwest Gen. Qtly); Edited by Marjorie Smith; Gen. Publ. Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1986, pg. 219- 1800 Apr 1- Miller, Elizabeth and Ezekiel Rice, by Robert Safford; Washington Co.
 
Family: Rice, Ezekiel L. / Miller, Elizabeth (F34091)
 
425 "On this 30th day of May 1826 personally appeared in open Court being a Court of record for the County of Giles which proceeds according to the Course of the Common law with Jurisdiction with the point of amount of keeping a record of these proceedings.

David Hall, a resident of the County of Giles aforesaid, aged upward of seventy two years, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the provisions by the act of Congress of the 18th of March 1818 or the first day of May 1821, that he the said David Hall enlisted on the --- day --- in the year 1779 for the term of eighteen months in the County of Bedford in the State of Virginia under Captain Epps in the company commanded by the said Cpt. Epps and was marched from the County of Bedford and the State of Virginia to Hillsborough in the State of North Carolina, attached to the regiment commanded by Col. Buford in the line of the State of Virginia on Continental establishment and that the said Regiment to which he belonged was attached to the Brigade of General Gates and that he continued to serve in the said Corps eighteen months, the full term of his enlistement when he was discharged at Salisbury in the State of North Carolina, which discharge he has lost, his ocupation was a farmer, that he was ..... and that he has one son that lives with him named James , about 35 years of age, which son has a family of his own to support and that he has some small grandchildren to support, they being the children of an unfortunate dissipated son who is unable to support them and that he relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension except the present application and that the following are the reason for not making earlier application for a
pension to wit:

That he was in indigent circumstances and being in possession of but little property either real or personal and he would have been entitled to a pension under the Act of Congress passed on the 18th day of March 1818 if he had made application for the same at that time yet he was not willing to become a burden to his county while he was able to support by his labor as a farmer which he was able to do and is not with reluctance that he has thus called on his county for support and in pursuance of this act of the first of May 1820 I do solemnly sware (swear) that I was a resident, citizen of the United States, on the 18th of May 1818 and that I have not since that time by gift, sale or in any manner disposed of my property or any part thereof with the intention to diminish it as to bring myself within the provisions of the act of Congress entitled and get to provide a certain person in service in the State of Virginia of the United States in the Revolutionary War passed on the 18th day of March 1818 and that I have not nor has any person ............ for me any property or securities or debt due to me nor have any income other than what is contained in the schedule below.

A schedule of this property of David Hall as follows , to wit:
about 20 acres of land worth about sixty dollars, one horse being worth about $30, six head of cattle worth about $26, two sows and pigs worth about $5, one water pail and piggin, two pots, one oven, one pewter dish, bason and six plates and 6 iron spoons worth about ten dollars and he the said David Hall further states on oath that no material changes have taken place on his personal property from the 18th day of March 1818 until the present unless one horse being dead, the other property somewhat the same.

And that he has sold and conveyed to Henley Chapman one hundred and fourteen acres of the poor broken high land for the sum of one hundred dollars which sum the said Chapman has paid me and which money has all been used for the necessary support of myself and family. Sworn and subscribed to in open court the 30th day of May 1826.

I, David French, Clerk of Giles County, do certify that it appears to the satisfaction of the court that the said David Hall did serve in the Revolutionary War as stated in the preceding declaration against the Common Enemy." 
Hall, David (I119108)
 
426 "Report of the Adjutant General of Kentucky" printed 1866- At the Battle of Middle Creek Nelson Boggs was found dead on the battlefield from rifle fire, and the only Union casualty of the skirmish. Boggs, Nelson Thomas (I343765)
 
427 "Roster of Captain Joseph Knight's Second Company of Scituate Minutemen, Third Regiment Providence County Militia:" shows membership of:
Private Uriah Franklin, junior 
Franklin, Uriah (I243258)
 
428 "Summer Jim" or "Jancy"
Grandson Isaac, b. Feb 1890, w/fam in 1900.

Sources: 1. Census 1850: Floyd Co. Ky. Fam313 pg433 [age 15, Ky.
w/parents] 2. Census 1880: Floyd Co. Ky. Dry Creek Twp [age 46, Ky.]
3. Census 1900: Wolfe Co. Ky. Dist #7 [b. Jun 1835, age64, Ky.] 4.
Verna Mae Sloan Book 5. 1996 research of Darleen P. Flanagan, 1302
East Allen Rd. apt #3, Tucson, AZ 85719 subref: Mary Lynn Slone
Bennett [dob,dod,dom, wife] 6. "The Sloan Family Genealogy" by Mildred
Slone Ferrin, Draper, UT, 1986[pob=raven, Knott Co. Ky.]
 
Slone, James Summer (I8056)
 
429 "The Joe Stallard Graveyard is near the head of the Middle Fork of Bold Camp, on a low hill about four hundred yards north of the Middle Fork Road. It is fenced with woven wire, but was in bad condition when I was there at ten o'clock, Thursday morning, September 10, 1936." [comments of James Taylor Adams] Stallard, Joseph Henderson (I29543)
 
430 "This Anthony is sometimes mistaken for Anthony Hall of Berkley County, West Virginia, who died in 1825, in Pickaway County, Ohio." [Atlas D. Hall (adjehall@bellsouth.net), 11/20/2002.] Hall, Anthony (I2829)
 
431 "Thomas Lincoln is believed to have built a cabin for the Lincoln family before his death in May, 1786. He purchased a 100-acre piece of his property along a creek known now as Lincoln Run in the Beechland neighborhood from Richard Berry, Sr. in 1781 or 1782. The neighborhood was a piece of land created by a horseshoe bend in the Beech Fork River." [wikipedia] Herring, Bathsheba (I24024)
 
432 "Three attorneys, John Echols, Richard H. Catlett and Henderson M. Bell who opened a law firm in Staunton after the war then expanded into the real estate business with a specialty in the iron and coal lands in western Virginia and West Virginia. Eventually the three had a major role in reorganizing the Virginia Central into the Chesapeake and Ohio." Bell, Maj. Henderson Moffatt (I72789)
 
433 "Twelve-Toed John" Fleming/Mullins. His Mother was a daughter of
William "Whiskey Bill" Fleming.
Some of John Henry's children would not go by the name of Mullins, but
preferred to be called Flemings. (Their grandmother was a Fleming, as
was John Henry's previous wife.) This John Mullins was better known
than
some of his relatives. This was partly because he had 12 toes and
partly
because he was a mischievous sort of person and liked to play tricks
on
people. After he married he moved to West Virginia, near Williamson.
John was listed as John FLEMING Mullins in son, Arbe's obituary??? 
Fleming, John Preston (I11846)
 
434 "U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 - Ancestry.com." U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 - Ancestry.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Jul. 2014..

Source text: Name:Martin Fraley
Residence:Wise County, Virginia, Virginia
Occupation:Farmer
Age at Enlistment:33
Enlistment Date:3 Jun 1861
Rank at enlistment:Private
Enlistment Place:Wise County, Virginia
State Served:Virginia
Survived the War?:No
Service Record:Enlisted in Company H, Virginia 50th Infantry Regiment on 03 Jun 1861.Mustered out on 02 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Birth Date:abt 1828
Sources:The Virginia Regimental Histories Series 
Fraley, Martin (I82797)
 
435 "Yellow Jack" was mulatto, according to census records. Combs, Jackson (I124404)
 
436 " Mrs. Blakemore [Lucy Morgan Carter Blakemore] had moved on the Station Camp Creek land in October of 1794 and her husband John Blakemore remained in Davidson County, TN." Morgan, Lucy (I76124)
 
437 (Deed Book 3, Page 166) Caudill, Sampson (I118814)
 
438 (Deed Book 3, Page 166 ) Caudill, Sampson (I118814)
 
439 (Deed Book 6, Page 209) Caudill, Sampson (I118814)
 
440 (Deed Book 7, Page 514 ) Family: Caudill, Sampson / Hall, Martha (F49077)
 
441 (Deed Book D, Page 45) Caudill, Isham (I118822)
 
442 (Deed Book D, Page 45) Caudill, Isham (I118822)
 
443 (Deed Book G & H, Page 412) Caudill, Jeremiah (I118820)
 
444 (Deed Book G & H, Page 412) Caudill, Jeremiah (I118820)
 
445 (Deed Book G, Page 331) Family: Caudill, Isham / Buckner, Elizabeth (F49080)
 
446 (Deed Book H, Page 227) Family: Caudill, Isham / Buckner, Elizabeth (F49080)
 
447 (Deed Book J, Page 146) Caudill, Isham (I118822)
 
448 (Deed Book L, Page 187) Family: Caudill, Isham / Buckner, Elizabeth (F49080)
 
449 (Deed Book M, Page 360) Caudill, Jeremiah (I118820)
 
450 (Deed Book M, Page 360) Caudill, Jeremiah (I118820)
 
451 * Shipper in the "Waring," 12-23 Feb 1728 Bristol for Philadelphia (PRO:E190/915/8). Public Records Office, London Cox, John Joshua (I24405)
 
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Notes for Fitchue James Morrison PHIPPS 15 Jun
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Individual note:
!Book, "The Phipps Family of NC & VA", by John Mullins-1982. Pg. 250 1
NOTE conflict on birth date... Crystal gave me this one... the Phipps
book lists 20 2 CONT Nov 1925.


 
Family: Phipps, Fitchue Morrison / Mullins, Mildred Christine (F4464)
 
453 02/20/1928 Williamson Whitley Bingham Posie Knox Co Knox Co 15 21
age: 24 widowed age: 17 single
born: Knox Co Ky born: Knox Co
fa: John Williamson fa: Robert Bingham
mo: Dora Williamson mo: Mollie Bingham
by: W M Broughton at: Baptist Church
wit: Frank Epperson and Amanda Mills 
Bingham, Postway B (I110616)
 
454 1 _UID C513EEED297CD511A32C00A0CC681F0101B8 Family: Reed, Dockie Franklin / Howard, Minnie Susan (F44548)
 
455 1 _UID C713EEED297CD511A32C00A0CC681F0103D8 Family: Howard, Jarvis Fleming / Stapleton, Audie Hazel (F44549)
 
456 1--SS# 552-20-0594 issued in California.


Please contact me for correctios and added Families. 
Shepherd, Lonnie James (I106793)
 
457 1. 1830 Census Tazewell Co., VA

Harman, Adam 0010001 001001 
Harmon, Adam Henry (I105067)
 
458 1. 1830 Census Tazewell Co., VA

Harman, Henry 0101201 1112001 
Harman, Henry Harrison (I105066)
 
459 1. 1830 Census Tazewell Co., VA

Harman, Matthias 01112001 0112201 
Harman, Mathias (I105069)
 
460 1. 1830 Census Tazewell Co., VA

Harman, Matthias 10001 30001 
Harman, Mathias Skaggs (I105082)
 
461 1. 1830 Census Tazewell Co., VA

Harman, Matthias 111000100001 000011 
Harman, Mathias Sr. (I105065)
 
462 1114 County Road 4200
Clarksville, AR 72830 
Source (S734)
 
463 11317. Scent Flower, born June 03, 1517 in At confluence of Dan &Staunton Rivers, Virginia. She was the daughter of 22634. Dashing Stream. Flower, Scent (I27665)
 
464 116 John Mullins III jioned the Confederate Army and Served
under Col. Menefee and Col. Prenlice. 
Mullins, John Sanders Jr. (I10213)
 
465 1850 census shows her age as 45. 1860 census records her age as 69. Lasley, Susan (I331594)
 
466 1850 Index to Illinois Census lists "Peter Mohen" in St. C 447, Belleville. Mohn, Pete (I74)
 
467 1850 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
JOESPH WILLIAMS 40 FARMAER BORN VA
ELIZABETH LEMASTER 38 BORN KY
LEWIS 21 BORN KY
JOHN 19 BORN KY
JAMES 18 BORN KY
LYDIA 15 BORN KY
MARTHA J 13 BORN KY
SARAH 12 BORN KY
MARY 10 BORN KY
ELIPHUS 8 BORN KY
JOESPH 7 BORN KY
RACHEL 4 BORN KY



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1850 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
JOESPH WILLIAMS 40 FARMAER BORN VA
ELIZABETH LEMASTER 38 BORN KY
LEWIS 21 BORN KY
JOHN 19 BORN KY
JAMES 18 BORN KY
LYDIA 15 BORN KY
MARTHA J 13 BORN KY
SARAH 12 BORN KY
MARY 10 BORN KY
ELIPHUS 8 BORN KY
JOESPH 7 BORN KY
RACHEL 4 BORN KY 
Williams, Joseph (I85990)
 
468 1850 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
STEPHEN PELPHREY 32 FARMER BORN KY
SARAH LEMASTER 31 BORN KY
ISAAC 8 BORN KY
REBECCA 5 BORN KY
JOHN 3 BORN KY
MARTHA 2 BORN KY
LYDIA BORN (6-12-1850) KY

1860 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
# 823
STEPHEN PELPHREY 40 MALE FARMER BORN KY
SARAH (LEMASTER) 40 FEMALE BORN KY
ISAAC PELPHREY 19 MALE BORN KY
REBECCA PELPHREY 16 FEMALE BORN KY
JOHN PELPHREY 14 MALE BORN KY
MARTHA PELPHREY 12 FEMALE BORN KY
LYDDIA PELPHREY 10 FEMALE BORN KY
AMANDA PELPHREY 6 FEMALE BORN KY
SAMUEL PELPHREY 4 MALE BORN KY
SARAH E PELPHREY 1 FEMALE BORN KY 
Pelphrey, Stephen (I263979)
 
469 1850 Knox Co., KY
HH # 122-124
Powell, Thomas; 25; M; $400; KY
Esther; 23; KY
Peter; 5
Margaret; 4
Jemima; 1

1860 Knox Co., KY
Flat Lick; HH # 1036
Powell, Easter; 35; Farming; $400-$200; KY
Peter; 15
Margaret; 13
Jamima; 16
Creasy; 7************
John; 7
Elizabeth; 6
Clark; 3 
Powell, Thomas (I110425)
 
470 1850 Knox County Federal Census
House hold 13-14
Baker, William, 20, Farmer, Kentucky
....Jane, 17, Kentucky

Src: Nasby Mills Book
Frances Jane Mills b. 1833 d/o John & Lucretia Baker Mills, m. Septemb er 1849 in Clairborne Co, TN William Richard "Dick" Baker s/o David Ba ker & Mary Cain. Dick Baker was shot and killed April 1886 by Elliott Baker, a s/o John W. Baker.

Source notes in Nasby Mills Book:
153 Data sent complier by K. Raney: "In Mountain Echo - 4-23-1886 - Jo hn Elliott Baker shot and killed Dick Baker and his son James Baker"
154 "Mountain Echo" newspaper, 4-23-1886. In this article it is state d that a brother of Dick Baker, Daniel C. Baker was also shot and kill ed, and the dispute was over land. Another article dated 3-25-1892 sta tes that Elliott Baker had been convicted and "goes to the penitentiar y for life". Supplied by Maurine (Baker) Moore of Stanton, Ky.
Shot by Eloitt Baker. 
Baker, William Richard (I110560)
 
471 1850 Scott County, VA, Census Index lists James Franklin (enumerated on 16 Jul 1850 in household #1123 of the Western District) as a farmer, aged 32.

His wife, Elizabeth J., gave her age as 19. Both reported their place of birth as Virginia. They also listed a son, John W., age 1, and a boarder, Wesley Lumpkins, aged 21, farmer.

Their real estate was valued at $500.
 
Franklin, James C. (I2818)
 
472 1860 MAGOFFIN COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
# 244
JOHN P LEMASTER 46 MALE BORN KY
ELIZABETH 43 FEMALE BORN KY
MARGARET 49 FEMALE BORN KY
SARAH 11 FEMALE BORN KY
REBECCA 8 FEMALE BORN KY
MARTHA 6 FEMALE BORN KY
BRYCE 4 MALE BORN KY
JOHN L 1 MALE BORN KY 
LeMaster, John Peter (I20695)
 
473 1860 MAGOFFIN COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS; # 239; ELIJAH COCKRAN 25 MALE BORN KY; MANDY H 20 FEMALE BORN KY; MARTHA J 1 FEMALE BORN KY Cockerham, Elijah David (I263684)
 
474 1860 Wise county, Virginia Federal Census Family: Sergent, James Henry / Wells, Margaret (F37819)
 
475 1870 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
WILLIAM PELPHREY 48 MALE BORN KY
MARY LEMASTER 45 FEMALE BORN KY
SARAH JANE 15 FEMALE BORN KY
ALEXANDER 14 MALE BORN KY
SAMUEL 11 MALE BORN KY
JESSE 9 MALE BORN KY
MARY 7 FEMALE BORN KY
LYDDIA 85 FEMALE BORN KY
SARAH 36 FEMALE BORN KY
LEVINA 25 FEMALE BORN KY
MARTELA 7 FEMALE BORN KY
ARAMINTA 5 FEMALE BORN KY
MARY ALICE 3 FEMALE BORN KY
ROSEY LEE 2 FEMALE BORN KY

1850 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
WILLIAM PELPHREY 28 MALE FARMER BORN KY
MARY LEMASTER 26 FEMALE BORN KY
DANIEL8 MALE BORN KY
LEWIS 6 MALE BORN KY
JOESPH 5 MALE BORN KY
FRANCIS 1 MALE BORN KY
ELIZABETH FEMALE BORN (3-12-1850) KY
MARGARET CURTIS 19 FEMLAE BORN VA
PARKER HITCHCOCK 20 MALE BORN LABORER BORN KY
LYDIA PELFREY 65 FEMALE BORNKY

1860 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS RECORDS
# 749
WILLIAM W PELPHREY 39 MALE FARMER BORN KY
MARY (LEMASTER) 38 FEMALE BORN KY
DANIEL PELPHREY 18 MALE BORN KY
LEWIS PELPHREY 16 MALE BORN KY
JOESPH PELPHREY 15 MALE BORN KY
FRANCIS PELPHREY 12 MALE BORN KY
ELIZABETH PELPHREY 10 FEMALE BORN KY
LYDDIA PELPHREY 9 FEMALE BORN KY
SARAH PELPHREY 5 FEMALE BORN KY
ALEXANDER PELPHREY 4 MALE BORN KY
SAMUEL PELPHREY 1 MALE BORN KY
LYDDIA PELPHREY 75 FEMALE BORN NY 
Pelphrey, William (I264015)
 
476 1870 United States Federal Census 22 Aug 1870 Kentucky>Perry>Hazard>p. 23 Henry Fields, 48, Louisa, 38, Robert, 15, Jesse, 14, Peggy, 9, all born in Kentucky. Next door are Jesse Combs, 75, a clerk, Polly Combs, 70, John Combs,14, Ira J. Davidson, 20, a D.Clerk, and Nancy Combs, 70, black, a domestic servant, all born in Kentucky, Combs, Louisa Pratt (I29320)
 
477 1880 Breathitt Co., KY census has:
---------------------------------------------------
206. CAMPBELL
Lewis 25 KKK
Mahala 23 "
William 6
Mary J. 4
Armina 2
Hiram 1/12 May
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Information on this person found in the 1900 Breathitt Co., Census for Lost Creek:
117. Lewis Campbell 1850, s/o Zach Campbell & Paulina Combs
Mahala (McIntosh) 1855, d/o Fugate McIntosh & Catherine Thomas
Hiram Campbell 5/80
Green Campbell 8/83
Asberry Campbell 4/84
Ellen Campbell 12/88
Gran Campbell 6/91
Chester Campbell 1/94
Logan Campbell 10/96
Also From the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY 
Campbell, Lewis (I80312)
 
478 1880 census records his name as ALVIN W. Gray. Gray, Allan A. (I81804)
 
479 1880 census records his name as ALVIN W. Gray. Gray, Alva Woodman (I81802)
 
480 1880 census records his name as ALVIN W. Gray. Gray, Joseph Elza (I81803)
 
481 1880 census records his name as ALVIN W. Gray. Porter, Mary Elizabeth (I81801)
 
482 1880 census records his name as ALVIN W. Gray. Gray, Webster Clay (I76573)
 
483 1880 Census, Wolfe County, Kentucky
George T. STAMPER
Son
Birth <1874> KY 
Stamper, George T. (I121409)
 
484 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
ANDREW J RICE 50 BORN KY
REBECCA LEMASTER 52 BORN KY
MARTHA J 29 DAU BORN KY
SAMUEL L 25SON BORN KY
JOHN E 22 SON BORN KY
WILLIAM H 15 SON BORN KY
MANFORD J 10 SON BORN KY
REBECCA A 8 DAU BORN KY
SAMUEL LEMASTER 55 BIL BORN KY

1860 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCK FEDERAL CENSUS
# 758
JACKSON (ANDREW) RICE 31 FARMER BORNKY
REBECCA (LEMASTER) 32 FEMALE BORN KY
MARTHA J RICE 10 FEMALE BORN KY
PHEBE E RICE 8 FEMALE BORN KY
SAMUEL L RICE 6 MALE BORN KY
JOHN E RICE 4 MALE BORN KY
RHODA W RICE 1 FEMALE BORN KY



1850 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
ANDREW J RICE 20 BORN KY
REBECCA LEMASTER 23 BORN KY 
Rice, Andrew Jackson (I22289)
 
485 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
ANDREW J TACKETT 24 BORN KY
MALINDA JANE LEMASTER 21 BORN KY
WILLIAM H 3 SON BORN KY
HIRAM V 11/12 SON BORN KY 
Tackett, Andrew Jackson (I263797)
 
486 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
DANIEL P LEMASTER 50 FARMER BORN KY
PHEBE R BAYES WIFE 43 BORN KY
MARRIED (DECEMBER 1851)
WILLIAM J 18 SON BORN KY
MARY E 16 DAU BORN KY
JAMES M 12 SON BORN KY
LAURA C 7 DAU BORN KY
SAMUEL E 7/12 BORN (OCT) KY

1860 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKYFEDERAL CENSUS
# 771
DANIEL P LEMASTER 31 MALE FARMER BORN KY
PHEBA (BAYES) 24 FEMALE BORN KY
ELIJAH LEMASTER 6 MALE BORN KY
LYDDIA LEMASTER 4 FEMALE BORN KY
MARTHA J LEMASTER 2 FEMALE BORN KY 
LeMaster, Daniel Phillip (I98411)
 
487 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
LEWIS L TACKETT 31 BORN KY
LYDIA LEMASTER 25 BORN KY
LUCINDA 5 DAU BORN KY
WILLIAM A 4 SON BORN KY
JOHN W 2 SON BORN KY

1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 3
JANUARY 2, 1920
# 83-85
LEWIS TACKETT (HEAD) MALE WHITE MARRIED 68 BORN KY
LYDIA M (LEMASTER) FEMALE WHITE MARRIED 63 BORN KY
ELLEN LEMASTER (Sstr) FEMALE WHITE BORN KY


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1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
LEWIS L TACKETT 31 BORN KY
LYDIA LEMASTER 25 BORN KY
LUCINDA 5 DAU BORN KY
WILLIAM A 4 SON BORN KY
JOHN W 2 SON BORN KY

1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 3
JANUARY 2, 1920
# 83-85
LEWIS TACKETT (HEAD) MALE WHITE MARRIED 68 BORN KY
LYDIA M (LEMASTER) FEMALE WHITE MARRIED 63 BORN KY
ELLEN LEMASTER (Sstr) FEMALE WHITE BORN KY 
Tackett, Lewis L (I263764)
 
488 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 4
WILLIAM COLVIN 37 BORN KY
SARAH LEMASTER 31 WIFE BORN KY
MARY E 6 DAU BORN KY
MAHALA A 3DAU BORN KY
REBECCA J 6/12 BORN (NOV) KY
REBECCA LEMASTER 28 SIL BORN KY 
Colvin, William (I263690)
 
489 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
PRECINCT 1
# 360
HAMILTON S SPRADLIN 2 FARMER BORN KY
MARTHA JANE (LEMASTER 22 KEEPING HOUSE BORN KY
GEORGE B SPRADLIN 2 (SON) BORN KY
DORA ALICE 7/12 (DAUGHTER) BORN KY 
Spradlin, Hamilton Sweatnam (I263806)
 
490 1880 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEDERAL CENSUS
SAMUEL LEMASTER 45 MALE BORN KY
SARAH AGNES 26 FEMALE BORN KY
SOPHIA 8 FEMALE BORN KY
LEWIS 6 MALE BORN KY
MARY ANN 2 FEMALE BORN KY 
LeMaster, Samuel Marr (I264009)
 
491 1880 KCK
123-128
Mayo Henry 31 farms h m KY VA KY
Chinie 20 kh w m [all the rest Ky]
George 2 s
Annie 8/12 d

1910 Knox County, Kentucky
E FLAT LICK
Series: T624 Roll: 489 Page: 78
George Mayo h 32 m 1 10 KY KY KY
Bertie w 27 m 1 10 1/1 KY KY KY
Mary d 6 KY KY KY
Edward brother 17 KY KY KY

1920 Knox County, Kentucky
DEWITT
Series: T625 Roll: 585 Page: 97
Geo Mayo h 42 m KY KY KY
Bertie w 35 m KY KY KY
Mary d 17 KY KY KY
Eugene Asher nephew 6 KY KY KY
Ed Mayo lodger 21 KY KY KY 
Mayo, George (I110598)
 
492 1880 KCK
123-128
Mayo Henry 31 farms h m KY VA KY
Chinie 20 kh w m [all the rest Ky]
George 2 s
Annie 8/12 d

KCK 1900
81-81
Murphy China h w f 4-1864 36 w 6-6 [all b Ky]
Mays George s w m 1-1878 22 s
Annie d w f 11-1880 19 s
Findly s w m 11-1882 17 s
Bettie d w f 3-1884 16 s
John W s w m 2-1887 13 s
Murphy Edward s w m 11-1893 6 s 
Mayo, Henry Wilks (I110597)
 
493 1880 MORGAN COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
JESSE LEMASTER 48 BORN KY
GILLY ANN DAY 49 WIFE BORN KY
LIZZIE M 17 DAU BORN KY
JOESPHINE 14 DAU BORN KY
MARY J 12 DAU BORN KY
WILLIAM P 9 SON BORN KY
JESSIE BELL 5 DAU BORN KY 
LeMaster, Jesse (I263727)
 
494 19 Oct 1857 (Breathitt Co., KY Vital Statistics - Births) John C. B. CAMPBELL, born Leatherwood, Breathitt Co, the son of Zachariah CAMPBELL and Pauline COMBS. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Lynda Combs Gipson from Breathitt County Vital Statistics Book)

Information on this person came from Betty Finger and her database starting at:
http://www.marchant-thomas.com/
Information or additional information on this person comes from a 28 page "Zachariah Campbell" document found at the Kentucky Historical Society.Some information on this person came from the 1900 Breathitt Co., KY Census for Lost Creek.

1880 Breathitt Co., census has:
--------------------------------------------------------
202. CAMPBELL
Breck 21 KKK
Phoeba 17 "
Robert 2
Floyd 2/12 Mar

MCINTOSH
Turner 26 KKK (single) (brother-in-law)

THARP
Armina 14 TVT (servant)
------------------------------------------------

From the xxxxx site:

Brack Campbell was born in 1859, son of Zack Campbell and Paulina Combs, daughter of Wes Combs, Kentucky, in Perry County. Married Phoebe McIntosh, daughter of Edward and Polly McIntosh. To this union were born Lee, Floyd, Kelly, McKinley, Charlie, Julia and Paulina.

He bought two hundred acres of land from his grandfather, Old Lewis Campbell. This land was part of the land Lewis Campbell bought which extended from Lower Big Branch to Hays’ Branch.

Brack was a farmer, a miner, a government worker and a river man. He took rafts down the river and would bring back a freight boat fill of groceries.

His first wife died and he married Rebecca McIntosh, a sister to Leroy McIntosh. She lived at Evelyn in Lee County and owned a large farm with oil wells on it. They could have sold it for a fortune but turned it down. The oil wells played out, causing them to lose a lot of money.

They never had any children.

Brack and Rebecca moved back to his farm at Granney’s Branch at Haddix, Kentucky. He had a son killed in France in World War I. He then drew a dependable check from the government. He raised his children by himself, didn’t get married till they were drown and married. Then he never did forsake his children; he would buy them groceries when he thought they needed them.

He had servants in those days. Rebecca died and he married Nannie Fugate but didn't live with her very long.

He owned the first car and radio around Haddix. The car was a Chrysler and the radio was an RCA with the speaker in the shape of a dog’s head. We would go to his house to listen to Joe Lewis’ fights.

In 1933 he got killed on the railroad at Haddix and was buried in Tharp Cemetery at Haddix. 
Campbell, John Cabell Breckenridge (I80152)
 
495 1900 Census, Perry County, KY listed William and "Amelda" Pratt, with seven children in household: Sally, John M., Elec Z., Jane, Hiram, William, and Elizabeth. William's occupation was listed as farmer. All were reported to be born in Kentucky. "Amelda" was reported to have given birth to twelve children; eight were reported as living.
The family lived on Mason's Creek. 
Pratt, William Sr. (I1462)
 
496 1900 Dickson County Census lists Hazel as mother of 13 children, 12
living.
Interred in a cemetery behind Nobel Osborne's old house.on Burke's
Branch of Shelby Creek near Jonancy, Pike Co. Ky. 
McFall, Hazel Althenia (I10355)
 
497 1900 KCK Upper Stinking Creek HH#204-207?
Gambrell Daniel h w m Jan 1848 52 mx2yr KKK all
Susan w w f Apr 1880 20 mx2yr 2-1
Callaway s w m Dec 1881 18 s
Allen s w m Oct 1884 15 s
Rice s w m June 1888 11 s
Green s w m Aug 1890 9 s
Lilly d w f Apr 1894 6 s
Dewey feb? w m July 1900 4/12 s

1910 KCK E Flat Lick HH#205-216
Gambral Caliway h m w 22 mx1x3yr KKK all
Mary w f w 22 mx1x3yr 1-1 7-1889
Sallie d f w 2 s 
Gambrel, Daniel (I110406)
 
498 1900 KCK Upper Stinking Creek HH#342-342
Bingham Daniel h w m Dec 1874 25 mx7yr
Jennie w w f Jan 1878 22 mx7yr 3-3
Abijah w m Aug 1893 6 s
Lilly d w f July 1897 2 s
Doxie d w f Feb 1900 3/12 s

1910 KCK East Flat Lick HH#211-222
Bingham Daniel h m w 34 mx1x17yr
Jennie w f w 33 mx1x17yr 4-4
Bige s m w 16 s
Lila d f w 12 s
Doxie d f w 10 s
Charlie s m w 7 s

1920 KCK Barbourville HH#121-127??
Bingham Daniel h m w 42 m
Jennie w f w 40 m
Bige s m w 23 s
Doxie d f w 17 s
Charles s m w 16 s
Vermillion Lila d f w 19 m
Walter sil m w 24 m
Hoskins Sallie sil f w 43 s

1930 KCK Barbourville HH#231-236
Vermillion Walter h m w 35 m
Lila w f w 30 m
Kenneth s m w 11 s 
Bingham, Daniel (I110515)
 
499 1900 Knox Co. Federal Census
Dwelling 243-243
BINGHAM, Nelson 39, 2-1861, m. 19 yrs, KY KY KY
.. Amanda 40, 3-1860, 6 children born 6 living, KY KY KY
.. Woodford 13, 12-1886, son
.. Sallie 10, 4-1890, dau
.. Parker 7, 4-1893, son
.. Boyd 4, 6-1895, son 
Bingham, Nelson (I110495)
 
500 1901 HGA Grad. Ward, Henry C. (I121389)
 
501 1910 Knox Co., KY
E FLAT LICK; ED 105; Sheet 12A; HH# 222-233
Baker, Pallis; 25; mx1x4yr; KY KY KY
Sudie; wife; 23; mx1x4yr; children 2/2; KY KY KY
(Claud); son; 3; KY KY KY
Cleo; dau; 8/12; KY KY KY
_ammons, John H. ; (?)12; KY KY KY
Carns, Wa?; sister in law;19; KY KY KY

1920 Knox Co., KY
Dewitt; Roll: T625_585; Page: 10A; ED: 118
Baker, Pallas D. h 34 m (all b. KY KY KY
...Sudie wife 35 m
...Claud son 13
...Cleo dau 10
...Lion son; 8
...Lilhie?? dau 5
...Woodrow son 4 and 3/12
...Tom J. son 9/12

1930 Washington Co., IN
Franklin; ED 4
Baker Pallas D. h 43 first m@18 KY KY KY
...Suda wife 44 first m@18 KY KY KY
...Claude son 24 KY
...Cleo dau 21 KY
...Lyon son 19 KY
...Tibitha dau 16 KY
...Woodrow son 13 KY
...Thomas J. son 10 KY
...Pallas Jr. son 8 KY
...Netta B. dau 6 KY
...Charles L. son; 2 and 8/12; IN 
Baker, Pallis Daniel (I110697)
 
502 1910 Yell Co Arkansas Chickalah HH##167-167
Hammons James h m w 57 mx2x5yr KKK all ~1853
China w f w 43 mx2x5yr 7-7 ~1867
Louis H s m w 19 s
China G d f w 17 s ~1893
Willie s m w 4 s AK KY KY 
Family: Hammons, James T. / Bingham, China (F45656)
 
503 1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
42-09B
FLAT GAP
PRECINCT 10
JANUARY 22, 1920
# 232-235
WILLIAM R LEMASTER (HEAD) MALE WHITE 49 FARMER MARRIED BORN KY
SALLIE (COLVIN) WIFE FEMALE WHITE 62 MARRIED BORN KY
ISAAC COLVIN B/INL MALE WHITE 70 SINGLE BORN KY 
LeMaster, William R. (I263732)
 
504 1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 3
JANUARY 2, 1920
72-74
ALFORD LEMASTER (HEAD) MALE WHITE 28 MARRIED FARMER BORN KY
JENCIE(CAUDILL) WIFE FEMALE WHITE 25 MARRIED BORN KY
PRISCILLA (DAU) FEMALE WHITE 8/12 SINGLE BORN KY 
LeMaster, Alfred Tenneyson (I263994)
 
505 1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
BARNETT'S CREEK
PRECINCT 3
TAKEN JANUARY 2, 1920
# 82-84
CARL TACKETT (HEAD) MALE WHITE MARRIED 28 FARMER BORN KY
GRACIE (CAUDILL) WIFE FEMALE WHITE MARRIED 23 BORN KY
NEVA MAY (DAU) FEMALE WHITE 2 1/12 SINGLE BORN KY 
Tackett, Carl (I263775)
 
506 1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
LOW GAP
PRECINCT 10
JANUARY 2, 1920
# 187-188
HOLLIE LEMASTER (HEAD) MALE WHITE 23 MARRIED FARMER BORN KY
NANCY (WIFE) FEMALE WHITE 22 MARRIED BORN KY 
LeMaster, Hollie (I263749)
 
507 1920 JOHNSON COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
PAINTSVILLE DISTRICT # 1
PRICINCT 2(30-05A)
WEST PAINTSVILLE
# 103-103
OLLIE COOPER (HEAD) MALE WHITE 34 MARRIED BILLING CLERK BORN KY
LELIA (LEMASTER) WIFE FEMALE WHITE 29 MARRIED BORN KY
CLARENCE (SON) MALE WHITE 3 SINGLE BORN KY 
Cooper, Ollie C (I263852)
 
508 1920 KCK Hubbard HH#2-2
Gray E D h m w 51 m KKK all
Marah w f w 52 m
Estal s m w 18 s
#3-3
Gray Sam h m w 22 m
Cena w f w 17 m
Tressie d f w 1 8/12 s

1930 KCK Hubbard HH#251-252
Gray Edd h m w 65 m@18 KKK all
Mirah w f w 65 m@18
Hubert grsn m w 12 s
Della grda f w 9 s 
Gray, Samuel (I110517)
 
509 1920 Ky Census
Magoffin Co., Gifford #70
Claude Pennington age 24
Ressie 25
Norma 4
Dora 2

1930 Ky Census
Magoffin Co., Dist 2 #5
Claude Pennington age 36
Rissie 36
Norma 15
Dora 13
Roosevelt 10
Boyd 9
Hassell 5
Dock 3 
Pennington, Claude (I108512)
 
510 1920 MORGAN COUNTY KENTUCKY CENSUS
F.M. SMITH 54 BORN KY
CYNTHIA LEMASTER 40WIFE BORN KY
HILLARD 10 DAU BORN KY 
Smith, Francis Marion (I263698)
 
511 1920 Yell Co Arkansas Chickalah HH#75-78
Hammons James h m w 63 m KY US US ~1857
Chansia w f w 53 m KY KY KY ~1867
Willie s m w 13 s AK KY KY 
Family: Hammons, James T. / Bingham, China (F45656)
 
512 1930 KCK Flat Lick HH#80-81
Howard James h m w 43 m@23 KKK all
Ellen w f w 42 m@22
Leora d f w 18 s
Aloin s m w 14 s
Tom s m w 13 s
Bernice d f w 11 s 
Howard, James Matt (I110392)
 
513 1930 Perry Co., KY Campbell dist. Census has:
235-241/9 Allen Chester Head M W 39 M 21 Ky Ky Ky Farmer s/o Ira & Mary Ellen Sizemore Allen
235-241/9 Allen Susan Wife H. F W 44 M 25 Ky Ky Ky nee Campbell
235-241/9 Allen Oma Dau F W 17 S Ky Ky Ky b. 14 Jan 1913 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Crit Son M W 14 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Ora Dau F W 12 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Elbert Son M W 10 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Hargis Son M W 8 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Lillie Dau F W 6 S Ky Ky Ky b. 16 Mar 1924 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Lullie Dau F W 4 S Ky Ky Ky b. 8 Jan 1926 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Ira Son M W 1 S Ky Ky Ky b. 3 Oct 1928 Perry 
Campbell, Susan (I80321)
 
514 1930 Perry Co., KY Campbell dist. Census has:
235-241/9 Allen Chester Head M W 39 M 21 Ky Ky Ky Farmer s/o Ira & Mary Ellen Sizemore Allen
235-241/9 Allen Susan Wife H. F W 44 M 25 Ky Ky Ky nee Campbell
235-241/9 Allen Oma Dau F W 17 S Ky Ky Ky b. 14 Jan 1913 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Crit Son M W 14 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Ora Dau F W 12 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Elbert Son M W 10 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Hargis Son M W 8 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Lillie Dau F W 6 S Ky Ky Ky b. 16 Mar 1924 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Lullie Dau F W 4 S Ky Ky Ky b. 8 Jan 1926 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Ira Son M W 1 S Ky Ky Ky b. 3 Oct 1928 Perry 
Allen, Hargis (I80326)
 
515 1930 Perry Co., KY Campbell dist. Census has:
235-241/9 Allen Chester Head M W 39 M 21 Ky Ky Ky Farmer s/o Ira & Mary Ellen Sizemore Allen
235-241/9 Allen Susan Wife H. F W 44 M 25 Ky Ky Ky nee Campbell
235-241/9 Allen Oma Dau F W 17 S Ky Ky Ky b. 14 Jan 1913 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Crit Son M W 14 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Ora Dau F W 12 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Elbert Son M W 10 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Hargis Son M W 8 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Lillie Dau F W 6 S Ky Ky Ky b. 16 Mar 1924 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Lullie Dau F W 4 S Ky Ky Ky b. 8 Jan 1926 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Ira Son M W 1 S Ky Ky Ky b. 3 Oct 1928 Perry 
Allen, Lillie (I80327)
 
516 1930 Perry Co., KY Campbell dist. Census has:
235-241/9 Allen Chester Head M W 39 M 21 Ky Ky Ky Farmer s/o Ira & Mary Ellen Sizemore Allen
235-241/9 Allen Susan Wife H. F W 44 M 25 Ky Ky Ky nee Campbell
235-241/9 Allen Oma Dau F W 17 S Ky Ky Ky b. 14 Jan 1913 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Crit Son M W 14 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Ora Dau F W 12 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Elbert Son M W 10 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Hargis Son M W 8 S Ky Ky Ky
235-241/9 Allen Lillie Dau F W 6 S Ky Ky Ky b. 16 Mar 1924 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Lullie Dau F W 4 S Ky Ky Ky b. 8 Jan 1926 Perry
235-241/9 Allen Ira Son M W 1 S Ky Ky Ky b. 3 Oct 1928 Perry 
Allen, Lullie (I80328)
 
517 1st Wife of Andrew Jackson Cox Stamper, Matilda (I121472)
 
518 201-93100 GRAY, HUBERT 1-1-1919 KNOX BAKER, CENIA filed 11-20-1980
62 30593 GRAY DELLA KNOX BAKER CENIA 10 22 1919 9 1942 
Baker, Cenia (I110524)
 
519 258. CALLOWAY C.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornDecember 20, 18841, and died May 14, 19391. He married RACHEL BROWN1,daughter of WES BROWN and SALLY CORNETT. She was born 18821, and died19461.

Children of CALLOWAY BROWN and RACHEL BROWN are:
i. CALLIE10 BROWN1, m. MORLEY1.
ii. ALBERTA BROWN1, d. May 09, 19761; m. HURLEY NIECE1; b. March 10,19191; d. March 07, 19781.
iii. CURTIS BROWN1.
iv. JOE P. BROWN1, d. July 19791.
v. MAZEL BROWN1.
vi. VERLON R. BROWN1, b. 19201; d. July 04, 19731. 
Brown, Grace Truman (I82057)
 
520 258. CALLOWAY C.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornDecember 20, 18841, and died May 14, 19391. He married RACHEL BROWN1,daughter of WES BROWN and SALLY CORNETT. She was born 18821, and died19461.

Children of CALLOWAY BROWN and RACHEL BROWN are:
i. CALLIE10 BROWN1, m. MORLEY1.
ii. ALBERTA BROWN1, d. May 09, 19761; m. HURLEY NIECE1; b. March 10,19191; d. March 07, 19781.
iii. CURTIS BROWN1.
iv. JOE P. BROWN1, d. July 19791.
v. MAZEL BROWN1.
vi. VERLON R. BROWN1, b. 19201; d. July 04, 19731. 
Brown, Sally Ann (I82058)
 
521 258. CALLOWAY C.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornDecember 20, 18841, and died May 14, 19391. He married RACHEL BROWN1,daughter of WES BROWN and SALLY CORNETT. She was born 18821, and died19461. Brown, Calloway C. (I82056)
 
522 261. REGINA D.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornJuly 08, 18921, and died September 21, 19821. She married LOREN BENTLEY1,son of ELBERT BENTLEY and MARTHA BOATWRIGHT. He was born October 10,18891, and died October 13, 19741.

Children of REGINA BROWN and LOREN BENTLEY are:
314. i. JAMES10 BENTLEY, b. December 05, 1920; d. March 05, 1980.
315. ii. EILEEN BENTLEY, b. July 06, 1925.
iii. EUNICE BENTLEY1, b. October 05, 19271; m. PAUL L. TAYLOR1.
iv. CLETA BENTLEY1, b. September 08, 19291; d. June 25, 19781; m.PAUL POLLY1. 
Brown, Regina D. (I82059)
 
523 261. REGINA D.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornJuly 08, 18921, and died September 21, 19821. She married LOREN BENTLEY1,son of ELBERT BENTLEY and MARTHA BOATWRIGHT. He was born October 10,18891, and died October 13, 19741.

Children of REGINA BROWN and LOREN BENTLEY are:
314. i. JAMES10 BENTLEY, b. December 05, 1920; d. March 05, 1980.
315. ii. EILEEN BENTLEY, b. July 06, 1925.
iii. EUNICE BENTLEY1, b. October 05, 19271; m. PAUL L. TAYLOR1.
iv. CLETA BENTLEY1, b. September 08, 19291; d. June 25, 19781; m.PAUL POLLY1.

314. JAMES10 BENTLEY (REGINA D.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born December 05, 19201, and died March 05, 19801. Hemarried MERITA BOYD1, daughter of DEE BOYD and NORA GIBSON. She was bornFebruary 01, 19221.

Children of JAMES BENTLEY and MERITA BOYD are:
i. JAMES11 BENTLEY1, b. August 22, 19411.
ii. KAY BENTLEY1, b. April 08, 19521; m. TOMMY DUCKETT1; b. February01, 19221. 
Bentley, James Loren Jr. (I82060)
 
524 261. REGINA D.9 BROWN (SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was bornJuly 08, 18921, and died September 21, 19821. She married LOREN BENTLEY1,son of ELBERT BENTLEY and MARTHA BOATWRIGHT. He was born October 10,18891, and died October 13, 19741.

Children of REGINA BROWN and LOREN BENTLEY are:
314. i. JAMES10 BENTLEY, b. December 05, 1920; d. March 05, 1980.
315. ii. EILEEN BENTLEY, b. July 06, 1925.
iii. EUNICE BENTLEY1, b. October 05, 19271; m. PAUL L. TAYLOR1.
iv. CLETA BENTLEY1, b. September 08, 19291; d. June 25, 19781; m.PAUL POLLY1.

315. EILEEN10 BENTLEY (REGINA D.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born July 06, 19251. She married BURNIS BANKS1 August 01,19461, son of GRANT BANKS and ROSA STALLARD. He was born December 14,19211.

More About BURNIS BANKS and EILEEN BENTLEY:
Marriage: August 01, 19461

Children of EILEEN BENTLEY and BURNIS BANKS are:
i. CAROLE GWEN11 BANKS1, b. March 30, 19471; m. DALE LEGG1.
ii. CHERYL LYNN BANKS1, b. June 06, 19481; d. August 15, 19701; m.JOHN KELLER1. 
Bentley, Eileen (I82061)
 
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ID: I1241
Name: Earl CORNET
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1696 in Southampton, England
Occupation: Earl As Parent Of These Children Is Speculative
Change Date: 24 JAN 1999

Father: Erin CORNET b: ABT 1676 in Northumberland, England

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
John CORNETT b: 2 MAY 1712 in Southampton, England
James CANUTE b: 1727 in VA Or PA [or Ca 1740]
Roger CANUTE b: abt 1730/1736 in VA Or PA
George CORNETT b: ABT 1732 in VA Or PA
Francis CORNETT b: ABT 1734 in VA Or PA
Frank CORNETT b: ABT 1735 in VA Or PA
Jesse CORNETT b: ABT 1737 in VA Or PA 
Canute, Earl John (I27484)
 
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ID: I21108
Name: Jost? AEBERSOLD?
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1640 in Berne?, Switzerland
Change Date: 30 OCT 1998

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
Unknown AEBERSOLD? b: ABT 1665 in Switzerland
Elsbeth Or Elizabeth AEBERSOLD OR EBERSOLE b: ABT 1670 in Berne?,Switzerland
Benz? EBERSOLD? b: ca 1670/1690 in Switzerland 
Aebersold, Jost (I27664)
 
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ID: I4150
Name: Thomas F. JOHNSON Lieu.
Sex: M
Christening: in Lived Chavies, Perry Co. 1880
Occupation: 1st Lieu., L Co., 14th Ky. Cav.; Dry Goods Merchant
Change Date: 16 JUL 1995

Marriage 1 Lucy EVERSOLE b: 1845
Married: 27 JAN 1864


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ID: I4150
Name: Thomas F. JOHNSON Lieu.
Sex: M
Christening: Lived Chavies, Perry Co. 1880
Occupation: 1st Lieu., L Co., 14th Ky. Cav.; Dry Goods Merchant
Change Date: 16 JUL 1995

Marriage 1 Lucy Marie EVERSOLE b: 1845
Married: 27 JAN 1864

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ID: I4150
Name: Thomas F. JOHNSON Lieu.
Sex: M
Christening: in Lived Chavies, Perry Co. 1880
Occupation: 1st Lieu., L Co., 14th Ky. Cav.; Dry Goods Merchant
Change Date: 16 JUL 1995

Marriage 1 Lucy EVERSOLE b: 1845
Married: 27 JAN 1864


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ID: I4150
Name: Thomas F. JOHNSON Lieu.
Sex: M
Christening: Lived Chavies, Perry Co. 1880
Occupation: 1st Lieu., L Co., 14th Ky. Cav.; Dry Goods Merchant
Change Date: 16 JUL 1995

Marriage 1 Lucy Marie EVERSOLE b: 1845
Married: 27 JAN 1864 
Johnson, Thomas Francis (I26001)
 
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ID: I461
Name: Jacob EBERSOHL
Sex: M
Birth: 1739
Occupation: Jacob May Not Be A Son Of This Jost
EDUC: His Pedigree Is Speculative
Change Date: 14 APR 1999

Father: Jost "Joseph" EBERSOHL b: SEP 1710 in Of Friedelsheim, Germany
Mother: Ann NISSLEY b: ABT 1710

Marriage 1 FISHER?
Children
Jacob EVERSOLE b: ABT 1760 in Lancaster, PA
Daniel EVERSOLE b: 15 MAY 1777
Abraham EBERSOLE
Peter EVERSOLE 
Aebersold, Jost (I27463)
 
529 3-1. TABITHA "BITHA" FLEMING b. 1843 Pike Co. Ky.
m. Joseph Bryant. (Some question about this)
His Parents: Caleb Baker & Alice Bryant.
3 Children

4-1. JACKSON W. BRYANT b. ca1867 in Pike Co. Ky. m. 9 Apr 1887
Dickenson
Co. Va. to Ardellia Phipps b. ca 1871 Wise Co. Va. Her Parents:
George
W. Phipps & Lucy. Jackson was 20 & single and she was 16 & single
when
married. M/B. C. H. Haynes.
Ref. 1-6-15. He was a Farmer. Both were living in Dickenson Co. Va.

4-2. LOUVINA BRYANT b. ca1870 in Pike Co. Ky.
m. 31 Jan 1883 in Dickenson Co. Va. to Solomon Phipps b. 1860 Wise
Va.
His Parents: David Phipps & Charlotte. Solomon was 23 & single and
Louvina was 13 & single when married. M/B. Caleb Haynes.
Ref. 1-3-7. He was a Farmer. Both were living in Dickenson Co. Va.

4-3. H. J. "HANK" BRYANT b. 1873 in Pike Co. Ky. m. 28 Dec 1894
Dickenson Co. to # 1. Martha Hollyfield b. 1871 in Wise Co. Va. Her
Parents: L. & M. Hollyfield. Hank was 21 & single & she was 23 &
single
when married. M/B. L. M. Vanover.
Ref. 1-17-143. He was a Farmer. Both were living in Dickenson Co. Va.
Hank married # 2. Mollie Bandy. 
Family: Bryant, Joseph / Fleming, Tabitha (F4446)
 
530 3-12. MARY ELIZABETH FLEMING (D/O. Wm. "Whiskey Bill" )
b. 1865/7 in Pike Co. Ky. m. 9 Jan 1888 Dickenson Co. to Joseph Hall
b.
1866 Lawrence Co. Va.
Occu: Farmer. He was 22 & single and she was 21 & single when married
by
Caleb Haynes.
Ref. 1-7-2.
5 Children

4-1. EMMA HALL b. 1888 in Dickenson Co. Va.
m. 4 May 1905 Dickenson Co. to Columbus Viers b. 1887 Dickenson Co.
His
Parents: Joe & L. Viers. Columbus was a Farmer. He was 18 & single
and
Emma was 17 & single when married. M/B. J.C. Swindall.
Ref. 1-36-32. Both living in Dickenson Co. Va.

4-2. MARY D. HALL 4-4. MAUDE HALL 4-3. ROXIE HALL
4-5. VIRGIE HALL 
Family: Hall, Joseph Bryant / Fleming, Mary Elizabeth (F4452)
 
531 3-2. LAVINA/MELVINA FLEMING (Dau of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins) b. 24 Mar 1836 Russell Co. Va. d. 1906
m. # 1. Marshall Keel m. # 2. John Counts.
7 Children 5 by Marshall Keel & 2 by John Counts.

4-1. MARTHA J. KEEL b. 1853
4-2. FRANCIS MARION KEEL b. 1855
m. # 1. ? m. # 2. Mary ?
4-3. SARAH E. KEEL b. 1856 d. 1953 4-4. MARY F. KEEL b. 1859
4-5. FLOYD KEEL b. 1861


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3-2. LAVINA/MELVINA FLEMING (Dau of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins) b. 24 Mar 1836 Russell Co. Va. d. 1906
m. # 1. Marshall Keel m. # 2. John Counts.
7 Children 5 by Marshall Keel & 2 by John Counts.

4-1. MARTHA J. KEEL b. 1853
4-2. FRANCIS MARION KEEL b. 1855
m. # 1. ? m. # 2. Mary ?
4-3. SARAH E. KEEL b. 1856 d. 1953 4-4. MARY F. KEEL b. 1859
4-5. FLOYD KEEL b. 1861 
Family: Keel, Marshall Greer / Fleming, Lavina (F4287)
 
532 3-2. LAVINA/MELVINA FLEMING (Dau of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins) b. 24 Mar 1836 Russell Co. Va. d. 1906
m. # 2. John Counts.
7 Children 5 by Marshall Keel & 2 by John Counts.

4-6. ANDREW J. COUNTS b. 1872 d. 1951. m. Vera A. Grizzle b. 1880
d.
1964.

4-7. NOAH COLUMBUS COUNTS b. 1874 d. 1942 m. Ura Mullins b. 1887 d.
1956. 
Family: Counts, John Bunyon / Fleming, Lavina (F4288)
 
533 3-4. EMMANUEL FLEMING (Son of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins)
b. 12 May 1840 Russell Co. Va.
m. 13 Feb 1859 Wise Co. to Elizabeth "Betty" Mullins b. Aug 1843
Russell
Co. Her Parents: Isham Mullins & Polly.
Emmanuel was 19 and Single and Betty was 16 & Single They were married
by
Stephen H. Senter. I have a copy of their marriage certificate.
Emmanuel was a farmer and they lived in Wise Co. They had 15
Children.

Note: Family Group Sheet from Johnny C. Mullins Lists marriage as 13
Feb., 1858

4-1. WILLIAM FLEMING b. 1860 Died Young.

4-2. WILBURN FLEMING b. 5 Sept 1861 in Wise, Va. d. 15 Mar 1924
Clintwood, Dickenson Co. Va.
m. 3 Mar 1887 Clintwood to Sarah Fleming.

4-3. WILSON MELVIN FLEMING b. 1863.
m. 15 Jan 1885 to # 1. Evelyn Phipps m. # 2. Rena Willis

4-4. SARAH ELVENA FLEMING b. 1865 in Va. d. 1888 Never Married.

4-5. HULDA FLEMING b. 1867/8 in Va. m. 1 Oct 1885 in Dickenson Co.
to
Henry Moore/Moor.

4-6. MARY FLEMING b. 1869 in Va. Died Young. (Twin) 4-7. MARTHA
FLEMING
b. 1869 in Va. Died Young. (Twin)

4-8. JOHN FLEMING b. 1871 d. 1920
m. 23 Apr 1896 Dickenson Co. to Cintha Mullins.

4-9. MELVENIE FLEMING b. 1874
m. 3 Sept 1891 Dickenson Co. to Marion N. Vanover

4-10. ISOM FLEMING b. 1875.
m. 1 Dec 1898 Dickenson Co. to Mollie Stone.

4-11. DAVID C. FLEMING b. 1877 d. 1919
m. 8 Apr 1897 Dickenson Co. to Ida Branham.

4-12. ELIZABETH FLEMING b. 15 Aug 1878 Flemingtown, Dickenson Co.
d. 20 Dec 1964 Dickenson Co.
m. 23 May 1896 Dickenson Co. to Kenos Stone.

4-13. ROBERT "ROLLIE/ROLEY" FLEMING b. Mar 1882
Dickenson Co. m. 23 Mar 1904 Dickenson Co. to Dora Swindall.

4-14. IDA C. FLEMING b. 1884 in Va.
m. 5 Feb 1903 Dickenson Co. to Andrew Elkins.

4-15. DAISY FLEMING m. May 1888 to George Fleming
m. 30 Oct 1905 to ?.

4-16. EVERETT ? b. Jul 1884 in Va. Everett was listed on the census
as
being a Grandson.
Information on these famlies are from the following sources: 1.
Stanley
Information Sheet.
2. Marriage Records - Dickenson County Courthouse.
3. Lemuel G. Mullins, Jr.
4. Ida B. Fleming marriage records.
5. Hermon G. Fleming - Son of Fitzhugh Fleming.
6. Cemetery Tomb Stone.
7. Aleta Pearl Mumpower - Daughter of Alcie Fleming Scott. 8. Maynard
Lee Fleming - Son of Van Buren Fleming.
9. Census Records - National Archives, Washington D. C. 10. Zora
Fleming
- Wife of Stewart Fleming.
11. Janet Johnson Shamblin - Dau.of Althena Fleming Johnson.
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Margaret Elizabeth "Betty" MULLINS was born on Aug 18 1843 in Russell
(now Dickenson) Co., VA.. She died in 1915 in Pike Co., KY.

She was married to Emanuel "Manual" FLEMING on Feb 13 1859 in Wise
Co.,
VA.. 3-4. EMMANUEL FLEMING (Son of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins)
b. 12 May 1840 Russell Co. Va.
m. 13 Feb 1859 Wise Co. to Elizabeth "Betty" Mullins b. Aug 1843
Russell
Co. Her Parents: Isham Mullins & Polly.
Emmanuel was 19 and Single and Betty was 16 & Single They were married
by
Stephen H. Senter. I have a copy of their marriage certificate.
Emmanuel was a farmer and they lived in Wise Co. They had 15
Children.

Note: Family Group Sheet from Johnny C. Mullins Lists marriage as 13
Feb., 1858

4-1. WILLIAM FLEMING b. 1860 Died Young.

4-2. WILBURN FLEMING b. 5 Sept 1861 in Wise, Va. d. 15 Mar 1924
Clintwood, Dickenson Co. Va.
m. 3 Mar 1887 Clintwood to Sarah Fleming.

4-3. WILSON MELVIN FLEMING b. 1863.
m. 15 Jan 1885 to # 1. Evelyn Phipps m. # 2. Rena Willis

4-4. SARAH ELVENA FLEMING b. 1865 in Va. d. 1888 Never Married.

4-5. HULDA FLEMING b. 1867/8 in Va. m. 1 Oct 1885 in Dickenson Co.
to
Henry Moore/Moor.

4-6. MARY FLEMING b. 1869 in Va. Died Young. (Twin) 4-7. MARTHA
FLEMING
b. 1869 in Va. Died Young. (Twin)

4-8. JOHN FLEMING b. 1871 d. 1920
m. 23 Apr 1896 Dickenson Co. to Cintha Mullins.

4-9. MELVENIE FLEMING b. 1874
m. 3 Sept 1891 Dickenson Co. to Marion N. Vanover

4-10. ISOM FLEMING b. 1875.
m. 1 Dec 1898 Dickenson Co. to Mollie Stone.

4-11. DAVID C. FLEMING b. 1877 d. 1919
m. 8 Apr 1897 Dickenson Co. to Ida Branham.

4-12. ELIZABETH FLEMING b. 15 Aug 1878 Flemingtown, Dickenson Co.
d. 20 Dec 1964 Dickenson Co.
m. 23 May 1896 Dickenson Co. to Kenos Stone.

4-13. ROBERT "ROLLIE/ROLEY" FLEMING b. Mar 1882
Dickenson Co. m. 23 Mar 1904 Dickenson Co. to Dora Swindall.

4-14. IDA C. FLEMING b. 1884 in Va.
m. 5 Feb 1903 Dickenson Co. to Andrew Elkins.

4-15. DAISY FLEMING m. May 1888 to George Fleming
m. 30 Oct 1905 to ?.

4-16. EVERETT ? b. Jul 1884 in Va. Everett was listed on the census
as
being a Grandson.
Information on these famlies are from the following sources: 1.
Stanley
Information Sheet.
2. Marriage Records - Dickenson County Courthouse.
3. Lemuel G. Mullins, Jr.
4. Ida B. Fleming marriage records.
5. Hermon G. Fleming - Son of Fitzhugh Fleming.
6. Cemetery Tomb Stone.
7. Aleta Pearl Mumpower - Daughter of Alcie Fleming Scott. 8. Maynard
Lee Fleming - Son of Van Buren Fleming.
9. Census Records - National Archives, Washington D. C. 10. Zora
Fleming
- Wife of Stewart Fleming.
11. Janet Johnson Shamblin - Dau.of Althena Fleming Johnson. Emanuel
"Manual" FLEMING was born on May 12 1840 in Holly Creek, Russell Co.,
(Now Dickenson) VA. He died in 1910 in Dickenson Co., VA. He was a
Farmer. Children of Margaret Elizabeth "Betty" MULLINS and Emanuel
"Manual" FLEMING were:

73 i. William FLEMING was born on Feb 23 1860 in Wise Co.,
VA.
He died Child in Died Young.
+74 ii. Wilburn FLEMING.
+75 iii. Wilson Melvin "Big Melvin" , Sr. FLEMING.
76 iv. Sarah Elvena FLEMING was born in Nov 1865 in Wise Co.,
VA. She died on Aug 24 1888 in Unknown, she was never married. Sarah
Elvena Fleming never married,.died at the age of 23.
+77 v. Mahulda "Huldy" FLEMING.
78 vi. Mary FLEMING was born on Feb 14 1869. She died Child.
Martha and Mary Fleming were twins and both died young, probably soon
after birth.
79 vii. Martha FLEMING was born on Feb 14 1869. She died
Child.
!Martha and Mary Fleming were twins and both died young, probably soon
after birth.
+80 viii. John "Moccasin Foot" FLEMING.
+81 ix. Melvina FLEMING.
+82 x. Isom , Sr. FLEMING.
+83 xi. David Crocket "Red Dave" FLEMING.
+84 xii. Elizabeth "Lizzie" FLEMING.
+85 xiii. Robert "Rollie" FLEMING.
+86 xiv. Ida C. FLEMING.
+87 xv. Daisy FLEMING.
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Family: Fleming, Emanuel / Mullins, Margaret Elizabeth (F4355)
 
534 3-5. MARTHA FLEMING (Dau. of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane
Mullins)
b. Nov 1842 Russell Co. Va. d. 11 Apr 1925 Dickenson Co. Va.
m. 29 Jul 1858 Wise Co. Va. to Wesley Y. or D. Vanover. Marriage
record
shows initial D. He was born in Ashe Co. N. C. d. 17 Oct 1922 in
Dickenson Co. Both are buried in the Vanover Cemetery at the mouth of
Georges Fork Creek of Pound River. His Parents: Cornelius Vanover &
Sarah. Wesley was a Farmer.
He was age 23 & single and Martha was 18 & single when married.
Marriage
Ref. 138.
Source of Info: 1850-1860 Russell Co Census, Archives in D. C. ;
Marriage
Records - Wise Co. Va. & Vanover Book by Greg Vanover. 9
Children.

4-1. CLARINDA DENNIS VANOVER b. 1861 m. Alex Mullins.

4-2. WILLIAM LLOYD VANOVER b. 1863 m. Vanetta/Inetta Aldridge.

4-3. CHARLOTTE "LOTTIE" VANOVER b. 1865 m. # 1. Will Mullins. m. #
2.
Charlie Reed.

4-4. NOAH LARKIN VANOVER b. 1867 m. Mary Ellen Belcher.

4-5. MARY ANN "POLLY" VANOVER b. 1867 m. Noah Mullins.

4-6. CREED MONROE VANOVER b. 1873 m. H. Izetta Fleming.

4-7. CORNELIUS J. VANOVER b. 1875/76 m. # 1. Florence Fleming. m. #
2.
Maggie ?. m. # 3. Mattie Hunsaker

4-8. JOHN MILTON VANOVER b. 1877 m. # 1. Fronia Mills m. # 2.
Estelle
Newberry.

4-9. CLEMENTINE T. VANOVER b. 1879 m. # 1. Frank Mann m. # 2. Adam
O'Dill. 
Family: Vanover, Wesley Yancey / Fleming, Martha Jane (F4350)
 
535 3-6. SARAH FLEMING (Dau. of John Jackson Fleming & Mary Jane Mullins)
b. 1846 in Russell Co. Va. m. 16 Aug 1864 Wise Co. Va. to Frank
Taylor
b. 1841 Grayson Co. Va. His Parents: Nathan & Polly Taylor.
Occu: Frank-Farmer. He was 23 & single and Sarah was 18 & single when
married. M/B. James Roberson. Both were living in Wise Co.
5 Children.

4-1. VICTORIA TAYLOR b. 1865 Wise, Va. d. 1935.
m. 7 May 1892 Dickenson Co. Va. to Wilburn Mullins b. 1870 Wise Co.
Va. His Parents: Marshall Mullins & Eliza. Wilburn was a farmer. He
was 22 & single and she was 24 & single when married. M/B. Columbus
Phipps.
Ref. 1-13-17. Both were living in Dickenson Co.

4-2. MARY A. J. TAYLOR b. 1868 d. 1874.

4-3. CYNTHIA E. TAYLOR b. 1871 Wise Co. Va.
m. 11 Jun 1890 Dickenson Co. Va. to Ira F. Stanley. b. 1871 Wise Co.
Va.
His Parents: W. D. Stanley & Amanda. Ira was a Farmer. He was 19 &
single and she was 19 & single when married. M/B. W. R. Reedy. Ref.
1-12-38. Both were living in Dickenson Co. Va.

4-4. PATTON TAYLOR b. 1878 m. Louise Mullins.

4-5. LOUISA "LOU" TAYLOR b. 1881, d. 1964.
m. 8 May 1897 Dickenson Co. to W. H. "Rant" Mullins b. 1877 Wise Co.
Va.
His Mother: Polly ? Rant was a Farmer. He was 20 & single and Lou
was
16 & single when married. M/B. Columbus Phipps. Ref. 1 22-24. Both
were living in Dickenson Co. 
Family: Taylor, Franklin / Fleming, Sarah (F4361)
 
536 3-7. WILLIAM JEFFERSON "CRIPPLED BILLY" FLEMING (Son of John Jackson
Fleming & Mary Jane Mullins) b. 9 Dec 1846 Russell Co. Va.
d. 30 Jun 1921
m. 31 Dec 1874 Wise Co. Va. to Martha Jane "Patsy" Branham b. c1852
Russell Co. Va. Her Parents: Tandy Branham & Elizabeth.
Crippled Billy was a Teacher. He was 28 & single and Patsy was 22 &
single when married. M/B. James Robinson. Ref. # 8. Both were
living
in Wise Co. Va. 13 Children.

4-1. TANDY J. FLEMING b. 1873/4 Wise, Va. d. 1916.
m. 29 Oct 1892 Dickenson Co. Va. to Mahulda/ Malinda Cantrell b. 1873
Pike Co. Ky. Her Parents: Reuben Cantrell. Tandy was a Farmer. He
was
19 & single and Mahulda was 19 & single. M/B. Columbus Phipps. Ref.
1-13-48. Both were living in Dickenson Co. Va.

4-2. ROBERT EMMET FLEMING b. 1875 Wise Co. Va. d. 1911.
m. 29 Dec 1897 Dickenson Co. to Rosey Colley b. 1875 Buchanan Co. Va.
Her Parents: J. S. Colley & Margaret. Robert Emmet was a Farmer. He
was
22 & single and Rosey was 22 & single when married. M/B. L. M.
Vanover.
Ref. 1-23-74. Both were living in Dickenson Co.

4-3. C. PRIDEMORE FLEMING b. 1878 Dickenson Co. Va. d. 28 Aug
1926/27.
m. # 2. Martha A. Colley b. 1890 Dickenson Co. Va. Her Parents T.
K.
Colley & Eunice. Pridemore was Sheriff of Dickenson Co. Va. He was
28
and widower and Martha was 17 & single when married. M/B. J. J.
Presley.
Ref. 1-40-18.
Pridemore married again on 19 Jul 1913 Dickenson Co. to # 3. Louverna
Robinson b. 1881 in Wise Va. Her Parents: James Robinson & Josie
Henry. Pridemore was 35 & divorced and she was 32 & divorced when
married. M/B. Emory B. Chase. Ref. 1-54-85. Both were living in
Clintwood, Va. Pridemore was killed in a Shoot Out in Clintwood. See
newspaper article on this.

4-4. ISAAC H. CLINT "WHITE FOOT" FLEMING b. 1879 Dickenson Co. Va.
d.
1967.
m. 7 Feb 1925 Dickenson Co. to Ethel Sykes b. 1907 Dickenson Co. Her
Parents: Bart Sykes & Mary. White Foot was a Farmer. He was 45 &
single
and Ethel was 18 & single when married. M/B. J. P. Mullins Ref.
1-88-15. Both were living in Clintwood, Va.

4-5. IDA MAY FLEMING b. 1881 Wise Co. Va.
m. 4 Jun 1896 in Dickenson Co. to John Mullins b. 1877 Wise Co. Va.
His
Parents: Mar Mullins & Parthenia. John was a Farmer. He was 19 &
single and Ida was 15 & single. M/B. E. A. Dunbar. Ref. 1-20-20.

4-6. HUBERT BURNS FLEMING b. 1884 Died Young.

4-7. ELIZABETH A. FLEMING b. 1884 Died Young.

4-8. CLARA JUNE "CLARIE" FLEMING b. 1885 d. 1969.
m. 25 Oct 1911 Dickenson Co. Va. to V. V. Scott b. 1891 Scott Co. Va.
His Parents: L. & M. Scott. Occupation: Drill Runner. He was 21 &
single and Clarie was 24 & single when married by E. B. Chase.
Ref. 1-50-84. His residence was listed as Wise Co and hers was
Dickenson
Co. Va.

4-9. FREMONT FLEMING b. 1887 Died Young.

4 10. FREDDY FLEMING b. 1887 Died Young.

4-11. MARY MOSBY FLEMING b. 1889 d. 1985.

4-12. WALTER CLARENCE FLEMING b. 1890 d. 1911. 4-13. WILLIE BANNER
FLEMING b. 1893 d. 1945.

This is the end of William Jefferson "Crippled Billy" Fleming & Martha
Jane "Patsy" Branham's children. 
Family: Fleming, William Jefferson / Branham, Martha Jane (F4360)
 
537 306. MARION CARL10 CRASE (GRACE T.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born June 26, 19051, and died June 06, 19731. He marriedDOROTHY KATHRYN LONG1 August 11, 19371, daughter of THOMAS LONG andMINNIE GROVE. She was born February 28, 1903 in Chehalis, WA1.

More About MARION CRASE and DOROTHY LONG:
Marriage: August 11, 19371

Child of MARION CRASE and DOROTHY LONG is:
i. REX CARL11 CRASE1, b. June 10, 19291; m. SHIRLEY DE MARRS1, April19661.
More About REX CRASE and SHIRLEY DE MARRS:
Marriage: April 19661 
Crase, Marion Carl (I82065)
 
538 307. EUGENE CLAUDE10 CRASE (GRACE T.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR,REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3,THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was born June 14, 19081, and died February 17, 19661.He married PHYLLIS ANN RICHARDS1 July 01, 1937 in Seattle, WA1. She wasborn December 05, 1918 in Seattle, WA1.

More About EUGENE CRASE and PHYLLIS RICHARDS:
Marriage: July 01, 1937, Seattle, WA1

Children of EUGENE CRASE and PHYLLIS RICHARDS are:
i. DIANE CLAUDIA11 CRASE1, b. January 08, 1939, Seattle, WA1; m. D.R. JOHNSON1.
ii. PHILIP GLENN CRASE1, b. August 16, 1941, Petersburg, Alaska1; m.DIANN MARIE CARLSON1. 
Crase, Eugene Claude (I82066)
 
539 308. WILLIAM GLENN10 CRASE (GRACE T.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR,REGINA7 DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3,THOMAS2, ISRAEL1)1 was born July 25, 1910 in Chehalis, WA1, and diedFebruary 09, 19681. He married VIRGIE L. WILSON1, daughter of GEORGEWILSON and PEARL SHOFF. She was born October 01, 19121.

Child of WILLIAM CRASE and VIRGIE WILSON is:
i. KRISTIE KAY11 CRASE1, b. July 18, 1947, Eugene, OR1; m. KENNETHRAY LEWIS1, June 06, 19681.
More About KENNETH LEWIS and KRISTIE CRASE:
Marriage: June 06, 19681 
Crase, William Glenn (I82067)
 
540 309. DALE COLLIS10 CRASE (GRACE T.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born January 18, 19151. He married CARMEN ANITA FLOYD1 June27, 19361, daughter of RUDOLPH FLOYD and MYRTLE RAYSON. She was bornNovember 04, 19161.

More About DALE CRASE and CARMEN FLOYD:
Marriage: June 27, 19361

Children of DALE CRASE and CARMEN FLOYD are:
i. DALTON FLOYD11 CRASE1, b. July 21, 19371; m. ROSALIE J. STEELE1,September 21, 19571.
More About DALTON CRASE and ROSALIE STEELE:
Marriage: September 21, 19571


ii. PAMELA ANN CRASE1, b. October 18, 19411; m. DAVID V. KONSA1,September 07, 19631.
More About DAVID KONSA and PAMELA CRASE:
Marriage: September 07, 19631


iii. SUSAN LYN CRASE1, b. October 09, 19441; m. FRANKLIN M. STEELE1,July 01, 19671.
More About FRANKLIN STEELE and SUSAN CRASE:
Marriage: July 01, 19671 
Crase, Dale Collis (I82068)
 
541 310. ROSE MAE10 CRASE (GRACE T.9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born January 28, 19241. She married TROY W. ROBERTS1 July21, 19431. He was born August 04, 1916 in Pollock, Grant Co. Louisiana1.

More About TROY ROBERTS and ROSE CRASE:
Marriage: July 21, 19431

Children of ROSE CRASE and TROY ROBERTS are:
i. BETTY ANN11 ROBERTS1, b. June 22, 1944, Chehalis, WA1.
ii. TROY WOODROW ROBERTS1, b. December 13, 19481; m. CHARLOTTE ANNFLEMING1, January 24, 19671.
More About TROY ROBERTS and CHARLOTTE FLEMING:
Marriage: January 24, 19671


iii. TERESA JANE ROBERTS1, b. August 15, 19511; m. BOBBY RANDALLTUCKER1, April 08, 19721.
More About BOBBY TUCKER and TERESA ROBERTS:
Marriage: April 08, 19721 
Crase, Rose Mae (I122847)
 
542 311. FAYE10 COLLINS (SALLY ANN9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born November 05, 19111. She married (1) EMMET MINITON1.She married (2) VERNON RAY GOFF1, son of BUCK GOFF and MARYBELL.

Child of FAYE COLLINS and EMMET MINITON is:
i. RUTH CAROLYN11 MINITON1, b. May 01, 19351; m. HARRISON GARRETT1.

Children of FAYE COLLINS and VERNON GOFF are:
ii. PATRICIA11 GOFF1, m. JAMES SMITH1.
iii. VERNON RAY GOFF1, m. DEANNA1. 
Collins, Fay (I82062)
 
543 312. FONDA10 COLLINS (SALLY ANN9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born May 24, 19131. She married CONLEY POLLY1, son of BILLPOLLY and MARTHA BENTLEY. He died February 01, 19771.

Children of FONDA COLLINS and CONLEY POLLY are:
i. ARDATH11 POLLY1, b. July 27, 19371; m. JOE PROFITT1.
ii. DEAN POLLY1, b. March 20, 19391; m. JOYCE MONDA1.
iii. ANNE POLLY1, b. March 15, 19411; m. JACK BODNAR1.
iv. BETH POLLY1, b. October 29, 19421; m. DENNIS NESBITT1. 
Collins, Fonda Lee (I82063)
 
544 313. FRED10 COLLINS (SALLY ANN9 BROWN, SARAH CAROLINE8 BLAIR, REGINA7DINGUS, MAHALE6 WELLS, REBECCA5 SHEPHERD, WILLIAM4, SAMPSON3, THOMAS2,ISRAEL1)1 was born December 10, 19211. He married ANNE DEACSON1.

Children of FRED COLLINS and ANNE DEACSON are:
i. DALE11 COLLINS1.
ii. RONALD COLLINS1. 
Collins, Fred Rosser (I82064)
 
545 3RD WIFE OF HUDDLESTON Harvey, Nancy (I1005)
 
546 7 months old and died of Flux Lemaster, Greenville (I263548)
 
547 <>

COMBS-WARD

Posted by MARSHA HAMILTON on Thu, 17 Sep 1998, inresponse to Combs, posted by Carol Oney on Thu, 10 Sep 1998

Surname: COMBS, WARD

I would appreciate any help that I might get in regard to Lula Combs, mdWilliam Ward. They were divorced ca the 1940's there were severalchildren, William (Bill), Dru Jo, Molly, John Michael b 1940. John andDru Jo were in a Presbyterian Orphans home. These are my childrensgrandparents and are now deceased.
I am trying to find the Combs, Ward lines for them. I do know the fatherof William Ward was Thad Ward who I believe is the s/o Isaac JeffersonWard of the civil war. Thank you in advance. Marsha at mshamilton@kih.net


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Posted by Ralph Fisher <1958bj95@gte.net> on Mon, 19 Apr 1999

Surname: Ward, Jones, Cope, Patrick

My ancestor William Ward is found in the Perry County 1830 census. Hemarried Mary Ann (Polly) Jones in either Perry or Clay County in the1820s. Are there any marriage records going back that far?
One of his sons was Issac Ward who lived in Hazard begining in 1891 untilhis death in 1908.

Any information concerning the Ward family would be appreciated. 
Ward, Thaddeus Stevens (I358787)
 
548 <>

Dear Cuzzes,

Received the following "paste-up" from Brian Caudill in today's email.
Thought you two would be interested in these "tidbits" about our
ancestor, Sinah Hogg!

Cheers!
Cuzleen>
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 14:47:00 -0700
> To: bcaudill@metrolink.net
> From: Sue Elfving
> Subject: Hogg
>
> Dear Brian,
>
> I think your Sina Hogg was born before 1780. Mary deeded land to Sina
> in 1797, and I think if Sina had been under age 21, she would have been
> styled as an infant. Furthermore, the Russell Co. court ordered (23
> July 1793) John Wood [son of Jonathan Sr.] to pay 3 pounds annually to
> the overseers of the poor for the maintenance of a baseborn child he
> had by Sinah Hogg its mother and that Sinah be allowed to keep the child
> (RC-COB2:93). At no time was Sinah styled as an infant.
>
> She must have had another baseborn child in 1796 when the Grand Jury
> issues another presentment on 22 Nov. 1796 against Sina Hogg for having
> a baseborn child upon the information of John Frazier and William Turner
> (COB2:330).
>
> She was still styled as Sina Hogg on 23 April 1799 when the Russell Co.
> court issured a presentment against her for profane swearing 5 oaths on
> 13 April 1799 on information by James Osborn and Henry Wood. Theswearing
> took place just one day after Mary deeded land to Sina.
>
> So I think Sina and Solomon did not marry until after April 1799. I do
> not know what that might say about who was the father of Thomas L.
> Frazier or Henry Frazier. The John Wood researchers don't seem to talk
> about the child she had by him, and I don't recall seeing a clue about
> the father of the second baseborn child.
>
> In any event, I think she was more the age of Solomon.
>
>
> Sue Elfving



<>

Dear Cuzzes,

Received the following "paste-up" from Brian Caudill in today's email.
Thought you two would be interested in these "tidbits" about our
ancestor, Sinah Hogg!

Cheers!
Cuzleen>
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 14:47:00 -0700
> To: bcaudill@metrolink.net
> From: Sue Elfving
> Subject: Hogg
>
> Dear Brian,
>
> I think your Sina Hogg was born before 1780. Mary deeded land to Sina


> in 1797, and I think if Sina had been under age 21, she would have been
> styled as an infant. Furthermore, the Russell Co. court ordered (23
> July 1793) John Wood [son of Jonathan Sr.] to pay 3 pounds annually to
> the overseers of the poor for the maintenance of a baseborn child he
> had by Sinah Hogg its mother and that Sinah be allowed to keep the child
> (RC-COB2:93). At no time was Sinah styled as an infant.
>
> She must have had another baseborn child in 1796 when the Grand Jury
> issues another presentment on 22 Nov. 1796 against Sina Hogg for having
> a baseborn child upon the information of John Frazier and William Turner
> (COB2:330).
>
> She was still styled as Sina Hogg on 23 April 1799 when the Russell Co.
> court issured a presentment against her for profane swearing 5 oaths on
> 13 April 1799 on information by James Osborn and Henry Wood. Theswearing
> took place just one day after Mary deeded land to Sina.
>
> So I think Sina and Solomon did not marry until after April 1799. I do
> not know what that might say about who was the father of Thomas L.
> Frazier or Henry Frazier. The John Wood researchers don't seem to talk
> about the child she had by him, and I don't recall seeing a clue about
> the father of the second baseborn child.
>
> In any event, I think she was more the age of Solomon.
>
>
> Sue Elfving 
Frazier, Thomas L. (I25409)
 
549 "George Washington Lafayette Bickley (July 18, 1823 – August 10, 1867) was the founder of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a Civil War era secret society used to promote the interests of the Southern United States by preparing the way for annexation of a "golden circle" of territories in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean which would be included into the United States as southern or slave states. Bickley was arrested by the United States government and it was during this time he wrote a letter to Abraham Lincoln expressing his distastes with Lincoln's handling of the government..." [From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._L._Bickley} Bickley, George Washington Lafayette (I328118)
 
550 'Bad John' Wright Waits Death in Bed

---
Famous Feudist and Mountain Peace Officer Has a Record of Thirty Killings.
---
Unaware Son is Slain
---
Friend of John Fox Jr., and One of His Characters, Was Foe of "Devil Anse" Hatfield.
---
WHITESBURG, Ky., Aug. 31 (AP). -- "Bad John" Wright, former feudist, who in later years was respected as an intrepid mountain peace officer, lies at the point of death today at his home in Wise County, Va., near the Kentucky border, unaware that his son, Sam, met violent death yesterday in Pike County, KY.

"Bad John" earned the sobriquet by killing more than thirty men while serving in positions of authority in the border counties of Virginia and Kentucky. All his killings were within the law, his friends hasten to tell, questioners, safe in the knowledge that the events of the famed Wright-Jones feud of forty years ago have long since been forgotten.

The border patrolman, whose age is estimated between 87 and 96 years, was an intimate friend of John Fox Jr., the novelist, and provided him with much material for his books dealing with mountain life. "Devil Jack Tolliver", one of the characters in the Fox novel "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," was a prototype of John Wright.

"Bad John's" admirers hasten to add, however, that "Bad John was not like 'Devil Jack'. 'Bad John' was not really bad, they say, citing his record as an enfofrcer of the law, whereas Fox's famed character was depicted as a bloodthirsty two-gun man of the hills who killed for the mere fun of it.

"Bad John" in later years became more familiarly known as "Uncle John," and has friends without number in Letcher and Pike Counties, Ky., and Wise County, Va. Sometimes he was called "the Tall Sycamore of the Elkhorn" because of his gigantic stature and his residence near Elkhorn Creek.

Until several days ago, when he was stricken ill, "Bad John" was active as a deputy sheriff of Wise County. He had previously sedrved as sheriff, deputy and justice of the peace in the several counties he patrolled.

The officer was a deadly enemy of "Devil Anse" Hatfield, principal in the feud between the Hatfields and McCoys. "Bad John" was never able to capture "Devil Anse", who died with his boots off in ripe old age. William R. (Cap) Hatfield, son of "Devil Anse" and last survivor of the feud, also died with his boots off in Baltimore several days ago, and "Bad John" seems destined to pass to the great beyond in the same fashion.

"Bad John's" son, Sam Wright, was killed by Melvin Branham during a family quarrel in front of Sam's home in Pike County, Ky., yesterday. Branham also was shot to death, but the coroner's jury was unable to decide who killed him. The jury decided that Sam Wright was slain by Branham.
--- 
Wright, John Wesley (I6059)
 
551 Charles Reed (reedgeneology@hotmail.com) provided the following information of Thomas Wilson Christian on 11 Oct 2004:

Thomas Wilson Christian Married Mary Ann Parker. He served in the Confederate Army and his File cane be located in the Arkansas State historical Library in Little Rock Ark File #3256. In 1863 he was prisoner of war at Port Hudson, LA. He received a wound to the left thigh and was paroled at the war's end. Mary received a $100 pension. They had Francis Marion Christian(1857), Mary (1861), John Thomas(1866) Robert Seeb (1869), Eliza (1871), Rosa E. (1875) and William (1877).

 
Christian, Thomas Wilson (I25577)
 
552 Gary Hall Obituary
Published in Lexington Herald-Leader on May 16, 2014
: WHITESBURG - Gary Hall, 61, died Wed. Funeral 1pm Sun at Blackey Pent. Church. Visit 6pm Fri. at church. www.letcherfuneralhomeinc.com 
Hall, Gary Lenn (I100)
 
553 Harrison David Cordle: Birth: Nov. 30, 1861 Lawrence County Kentucky, USA Death: Jan. 5, 1935 Lawrence County Kentucky, USA from find a grave only a picture of area of cemetery. Cordle, Harrison David (I263528)
 
554 He moved to Bledsoe County, TN where he purchased land from Robert Maitland. By 1840, Samuel had moved to the Sequachie Valley, Marion County, TN, taking up land adjoining his brother-in-law, Sol Mullins. (Ref. Deed Book "D", page 124 ). By 1850, Samuel in his declining years, settled in Cannon County, TN, near the Rutherford County line, to be near his son, James Cathey. Cathey, Samuel L. (I31220)
 
555 MARTHA (TACKETT) HAMPTON
Martha (Tackett) Hampton was born October 29th, 1916 and passed away on September 14th, 1996, making her stay on this earth 79 years, 8 months and 15 days. She was the seventh child of eight children who were born unto the late Oliver and Emoline (Hudson) Tackett. Martha was preceded in death by both parents, three brothers: Duran, Edgbert & John Tackett, and three sisters: Vadnie Caudill, Viola Little and Elsie Little. She leaves one sister, Anel Hampton, and a host of nieces and nephews to mourn her passing. Martha married her beloved husband, Basil Hampton, on December 9, 1932. To this union were born two children, Gladzie Fern and Vernon Webster, both of whom died in infancy. Basil, her faithful husband of 64 years, stood by her bedside during the last five years of her life and was at that post on Saturday morning when the angel from Heaven came and took her home to receive her great reward. Martha joined the Old Regular Baptist Church the fourth Saturday in April, 1935 at the young age of 17. She was baptized that same day by Elder Drake Bowling and remained a faithful member for over 61 years. She was an inspiration to all who knew her! She never failed to tell you about Jesus and to talk about her church. Her greatest joy in life came from getting dinner ready for the Enterprise Church each church time and telling "Bas," which is what she called him, just how to place the food in the trunk of the car to protect it. She really loved her church! Martha did so much to help the people of this community that it will never be the same without her. She would love to shout, sing and praise her Lord at church so much that it will never be the same without her. She lived a full and happy life on earth and I'm sure she is now receiving the reward she was always looking for. She will certainly be in that number when the saints go marching in! 
Tackett, Martha (I98460)
 
556 Mary Higgins and Uriah died on the same day.
 
Higgins, Mary (I4364)
 
557 Newspaper: Auction of land belonging to estate of Barnard Franklin
Public Auction of valuable real estate. Look to your interest! Will be sold at Public Auction, on the premises, on Thursday, the 1st day of November next, by consent of the heirs, the valuable tract of Land belonging to the estate of the late Barnard Franklin, lying in Sweetwater Valley, Roane county, Tenn., containing Three hundred and Twenty Acres, about two hundred of which is under cultivation. There is a good dwelling house with all necessary outbuildings on the premises. The land lies three miles north of Philadelphia and three south of Blair's Ferry, and is on the stage road leading from Knoxville to Athens. The East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad passes through the farm, which will greatly increase its value when that road is in operation, as it is probable a depot will be established at Blair's Ferry.
(Citation: The Athens post., 12 October, 1849, Page 3) 
Franklin, Bernard (I1717)
 
558 The 1910 Census for Dickenson County, VA reports the following:

James Mccowen
Age: 40 State: VA
Color: W Enumeration District: 0014
Birth Place: Kentucky Visit: 0165
County: Dickenson
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place
Wife Mauda 29 Virginia
Son William 12 Kentucky
Son John 10 Kentucky
Son Walter 07 Virginia
Son James 02 Virginia
Son Ebert NR Virginia
 
Family: McCown, James Manuel / Jones, Amanda Caldona (F12922)
 
559 The census record for the household showed the following:

Mullins, Marshal, 44, male, white, farmer, 1500, 492, born Va
Mary, 39, female, white, keeping house, born NC
Olley, 15, female, white, at home, born Va

 
Family: Mullins, Marshall Solomon / Vanover, Rebecca (F3399)
 
560 HIBBARD LITTLE

It is with a sad and very broken heart that we attempt to write this obituary of a very dear loved one, Hibbard Little. He was the son of Creed and Sarah Elswick Little. He was born in Pike County on January 15, 1910. He left this troublesome world to be with Jesus November 28, 1983.
He was married to Viola Tackett Little March 28, 1929. He was a faithful hard working husband, striving to give his family the comforts of life. To this union were born six children, five preceded him in death, Justine, Edith, Randall, .end Namon all died in infancy, Hobert Eugene died of a heart attack in 'P979. One lonely daughter, Flo Varney of Virgie survives. He also leaves a grieving widow, 14 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren.
Brother Hibbard joined the Regular Baptist Church May 30, 1947. He loved God and God's people. When you talked with him, his conversa tion always turned to Jesus and the church.
He was a man that loved his family and his grandchildren and great grandchildren all loved their Papaw.
He was a retired miner and suffered much with his lungs, going to church many times when he wasn't able. But he's gone to a country where he has a new set of lungs filled with God's spirit and will never suffer any more.
He was a Deacon in the Enterprise Church, where he served his duties well.
His family all loved him dearly and grieves daily over this terrible loss of such a loved one. We miss you Papaw and we hope to see you again some day. We believe he is in heaven where he always talked about going some day. God be with you.

Written by his broken hearted wife, Viola Little and his bereaved family, and by his sister in the church, Sister Edith Tackett 
Little, Hibbard (I100271)
 
561 A. J. ADDINGTON Self M Male W 66 VA Farmer VA VA
Verlina ADDINGTON Wife M Female W 57 VA Keeping House VA VA
Albert ADDINGTON Son S Male W 19 VA Farm Laborer VA VA
James ADDINGTON Son S Male W 16 VA Farm Laborer VA VA
Rena ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 12 VA At Home VA VA
Sarah MILLER DauL W Female W 21 VA Keeping House VA VA
Emory MILLER GSon S Male W 1 VA VA VA 
Addington, Rev. Andrew Jackson (I25399)
 
562 Alfred BANKS Self M Male W 38 KY Farmer NC VA
M. Jane BANKS Wife M Female W 44 VA Keeping House VA NC
Orlenia B. BANKS Dau S Female W 19 VA VA VA
William G. BANKS Son S Male W 13 VA Assits On Farm KY VA
Martha J. BANKS Dau S Female W 11 VA KY VA
Nancy E. BANKS Dau S Female W 9 VA KY VA 
Family: Banks, Alfred / Creech, Mary Jane (F52846)
 
563 Archelaus COOK, Self M Male W 30 VA Farmer VA VA
Nancy COOK , Wife M Female W 33 KY Keeping House KY KY
Jesse A. COOK, Son S Male W 8 KY VA KY
Elihu COOK , Son S Male W 6 KY VA KY
Martin COOK, Son S Male W 4 KY VA KY
Rosecrans COOK, Son S Male W 2 KY VA KY 
Cook, Archelous (I2070)
 
564 Bartley HOLLIFIELD Self M Male W 38 VA Farmer NC NC
Elizabeth HOLLIFIELD Wife M Female W 36 VA Keeping House VA NC
William HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 16 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Nancy Ann HOLLIFIELD Dau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
David A. HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA 
Hollyfield, David Albert (I89577)
 
565 Bartley HOLLIFIELD Self M Male W 38 VA Farmer NC NC
Elizabeth HOLLIFIELD Wife M Female W 36 VA Keeping House VA NC
William HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 16 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Nancy Ann HOLLIFIELD Dau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
David A. HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA 
Hollyfield, Nancy Ann (I23070)
 
566 Bartley HOLLIFIELD Self M Male W 38 VA Farmer NC NC
Elizabeth HOLLIFIELD Wife M Female W 36 VA Keeping House VA NC
William HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 16 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Nancy Ann HOLLIFIELD Dau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
David A. HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA 
Hollyfield, William Jefferson (I29419)
 
567 Bartley HOLLIFIELD Self M Male W 38 VA Farmer NC NC
Elizabeth HOLLIFIELD Wife M Female W 36 VA Keeping House VA NC
William HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 16 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Nancy Ann HOLLIFIELD Dau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
David A. HOLLIFIELD Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA 
Family: Hollyfield, Bartley / Mullins, Elizabeth (F9336)
 
568 Bonenzer FRASIER Self M Male W 31 KY Works On Farm KY VA
Nancy FRASIER Wife M Female W 22 KY Keeping House KY KY
Zachariah FRASIER Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Sarah J. FRASIER Dau S Female W 6 KY KY KY
Kelley FRASIER Son S Male W 4 KY KY KY
Ira FRASIER Son S Male W 1 KY KY KY
Martha FRASIER Dau S Female W 2M KY KY KY 
Frazier, Bonargen N. (I22082)
 
569 Charles ADDINGTON Self M Male W 47 VA Farming VA VA
Mary ADDINGTON Wife M Female W 27 VA Keeping House VA VA
Nancy ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 5 VA VA VA
Flora ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 3 VA VA VA
Martha ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 1 VA VA VA 
Addington, Charles Cromwell (I74679)
 
570 Charles ADINGTON Self M Male W 60 VA Farmer VA VA
Elizabeth ADINGTON Wife M Female W 50 VA Keeping House VA VA
Susanah ADINGTON Dau S Female W 27 VA VA VA
Isaac P. ADINGTON Son S Male W 15 VA Works On Farm VA VA 
Kilgore, Elizabeth (I28238)
 
571 Charles BAKER Self M Male W 25 VA Farmer VA VA
Martha J. BAKER Wife M Female W 19 VA Keeping House VA VA
Samuel J. BAKER Son S Male W 1 VA VA VA
Louisa MARTIN MotherL Female W 43 VA VA VA 
Baker, Charles Henderson (I28572)
 
572 Charles FRANKLIN Self M Male W 24 VA Laborer VA VA
Rebecca J. FRANKLIN Wife M Female W 14 VA Keeping House VA NC 
Family: Franklin, Charles Washington / Amburgey, Rebecca J. (F33679)
 
573 Cummins FRANKLIN Self S Male W 29 VA Farmer VA VA Franklin, Cummins Y. (I22896)
 
574 Daniel FRAZIER Self W Male W 57 KY Farmer VA NC
Sarah FRAZIER Dau S Female W 25 VA Keeping House KY VA
Martha FRAZIER Dau S Female W 20 KY KY VA
Danzia FRAZIER Dau S Female W 18 KY KY VA
Lucinda FRAZIER Dau S Female W 16 KY KY VA
Marget FRAZIER GDau S Female W 3 KY KY VA 
Frazier, Lucinda (I81283)
 
575 Daniel FRAZIER Self W Male W 57 KY Farmer VA NC
Sarah FRAZIER Dau S Female W 25 VA Keeping House KY VA
Martha FRAZIER Dau S Female W 20 KY KY VA
Danzia FRAZIER Dau S Female W 18 KY KY VA
Lucinda FRAZIER Dau S Female W 16 KY KY VA
Marget FRAZIER GDau S Female W 3 KY KY VA 
Frazier, Martha (I81282)
 
576 Daniel FRAZIER Self W Male W 57 KY Farmer VA NC
Sarah FRAZIER Dau S Female W 25 VA Keeping House KY VA
Martha FRAZIER Dau S Female W 20 KY KY VA
Danzia FRAZIER Dau S Female W 18 KY KY VA
Lucinda FRAZIER Dau S Female W 16 KY KY VA
Marget FRAZIER GDau S Female W 3 KY KY VA 
Frazier, Ornegia (I89085)
 
577 Daniel FRAZIER Self W Male W 57 KY Farmer VA NC
Sarah FRAZIER Dau S Female W 25 VA Keeping House KY VA
Martha FRAZIER Dau S Female W 20 KY KY VA
Danzia FRAZIER Dau S Female W 18 KY KY VA
Lucinda FRAZIER Dau S Female W 16 KY KY VA
Marget FRAZIER GDau S Female W 3 KY KY VA 
Frazier, Daniel H. (I17005)
 
578 David K. CAUDILL Self M Male W 49 KY Farmer NC NC
Elizabeth CAUDILL Wife M Female W 41 KY Keeping House TN TN
Stephen H. CAUDILL Son S Male W 19 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Susanah CAUDILL Dau S Female W 14 KY At Home KY KY
William L. CAUDILL Son S Male W 13 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Lydda M. CAUDILL Dau S Female W 11 KY At Home KY KY
Henry C. CAUDILL Son S Male W 5 KY KY KY
Silas CAUDILL Son S Male W 3 KY KY KY
James F. CAUDILL Son S Male W 4M KY KY KY 
Caudill, David K. (I6493)
 
579 George CAUDILL Self M Male W 32 KY Farmer GA KY
Gemima CAUDILL Wife M Female W 31 KY Keeping House VA KY
Charls C. CAUDILL Other S Male W 13 KY KY KY
Sarah S. CAUDILL Other S Female W 12 KY KY KY
William CAUDILL Other S Male W 6 KY KY KY 
Caudill, George W. (I70905)
 
580 Harvey CAUDELL Self M Male W 37 KY Farmer KY KY
Sarah CAUDELL Wife M Female W 37 KY Keeping House KY KY
Elliot CAUDELL Son S Male W 16 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Benjamin CAUDELL Son S Male W 13 KY At Home KY KY
Jarvy CAUDELL Son S Male W 11 KY At Home KY KY
Eveline CAUDELL Dau S Female W 8 KY KY KY
Marion CAUDELL Son S Male W 6 KY KY KY
Wilburn CAUDELL Son S Male W 4 KY KY KY
Adaline CAUDELL Dau S Female W 2 KY KY KY 
Family: Caudill, Harvey H. / Mullins, Sarah (F6931)
 
581 Henery FIFFE Self M Male W 39 KY Farming NC NC
Anna FIFFE Wife M Female W 38 KY Keeping House VA KY
John FIFFE Son S Male W 18 KY Laborer KY KY
Sebrey L. FIFFE Dau S Female W 16 KY KY KY
James H. FIFFE Son S Male W 14 KY Laborer KY KY
Steven H. FIFFE Son S Male W 10 KY Laborer KY KY
Phelix FIFFE Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Cecil FIFFE Son S Male W 6 KY KY KY
Charlie H. FIFFE Son S Male W 3 KY KY KY
Melvin FIFFE Son S Male W 4M KY KY KY 
Family: Fyffe, William Henry Harrison / McKenzie, Ann (F7003)
 
582 Henery FIFFE Self M Male W 39 KY Farming NC NC
Anna FIFFE Wife M Female W 38 KY Keeping House VA KY
John FIFFE Son S Male W 18 KY Laborer KY KY
Sebrey L. FIFFE Dau S Female W 16 KY KY KY
James H. FIFFE Son S Male W 14 KY Laborer KY KY
Steven H. FIFFE Son S Male W 10 KY Laborer KY KY
Phelix FIFFE Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Cecil FIFFE Son S Male W 6 KY KY KY
Charlie H. FIFFE Son S Male W 3 KY KY KY
Melvin FIFFE Son S Male W 4M KY KY KY 
Family: Fyffe, William Henry Harrison / McKenzie, Ann (F7003)
 
583 Henry ADKINS Self M Male W 30 KY Farmer KY KY
Judea ADKINS Wife M Female W 30 KY Keeping House KY KY
Daniel ADKINS Son S Male W 13 KY Farm Labor KY KY
John ADKINS Son S Male W 12 KY Farm Labor KY KY
Nancy ADKINS Dau S Female W 9 KY At Home KY KY
Thomas ADKINS Son S Male W 7 KY At Home KY KY
Luvena ADKINS Dau S Female W 5 KY At Home KY KY
Kentucky ADKINS Dau S Female 20 KY KY KY 
Family: Adkins, Henry / Justice, Judy A. (F14455)
 
584 Henry C. CAUDILL Self M Male W 51 KY Farmer KY KY
Elizabeth CAUDILL Wife M Female W 49 KY Keeping House KY KY
Jessee P. CAUDILL Son S Male W 20 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Daniel P. CAUDILL Son S Male W 15 KY Works On Farm KY KY
James W. CAUDILL Son S Male W 14 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Henry F. CAUDILL Son S Male W 13 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Nancy J. CAUDILL Dau S Female W 11 KY At Home KY KY
Florance B. CAUDILL Dau S Female W 8 KY KY KY
Susan CAUDILL Dau S Female W 7 KY KY KY
Sandford CAUDILL Son S Male W 5 KY KY KY 
Family: Caudill, Henry C. / Short, Elizabeth Jane (F3104)
 
585 Henry CAUDELLE Self M Male W 51 KY Farmer KY KY
Patsy CAUDELLE Wife M Female W 53 KY Keeping House KY KY
Judy CAUDELLE Dau S Female W 23 KY At Home KY KY
Harriat CAUDELLE Dau S Female W 21 KY At Home KY KY
William CAUDELLE Son S Male W 19 KY Farm Laborer KY KY
Lucrisa CAUDELLE Dau S Female W 16 KY At Home KY KY
Polly Ann CAUDELLE Dau S Female W 13 KY At Home KY KY
John CAUDELLE Son S Male W 11 KY KY KY
Jerry COMBS Other Male W 20 KY KY KY 
Family: Caudill, Henry B. / Campbell, Martha (F811)
 
586 Hiram HOGG Self M Male W 45 KY Farmer VA KY
Virginia HOGG Wife M Female W 35 VA Keeping House VA VA
Edward E. HOGG Son S Male W 17 KY At School KY VA
Charles HOGG Son S Male W 14 KY At Home KY VA
Henry C. HOGG Son S Male W 12 KY At Home KY VA
Ida G. HOGG Dau S Female W 6 KY KY VA
Samuel T. HOGG Son S Male W 3 KY KY VA
Stephen T. RUSSELL Other W Male W 29 VA Jeweler VA VA 
Family: Hogg, Lt. Hiram Jr. / Snyder, Virginia (F3369)
 
587 Ira R. QUILLIN Self M Male W 57 VA Farmer VA VA
Elisabeth QUILLIN Wife M Female W 56 VA Keeping House VA VA
Ira D. WEBB Other S Male W 16 VA Servant VA VA 
Addington, Elizabeth Anne (I21293)
 
588 Isaac CAUDILL Self M Male W 34 KY Farm Laborer KY KY
Julia A. CAUDILL Wife M Female W 34 KY Keeping House VA KY
Harvey CAUDILL Son S Male W 15 KY Works On Farm KY KY
Hoyden CAUDILL Son S Male W 12 KY Works On Farm KY KY
William CAUDILL Son S Male W 10 KY At Home KY KY
Preston CAUDILL Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Sarah A. CAUDILL Dau S Female W 7 KY KY KY
Eliza C. CAUDILL Dau S Female W 4 KY KY KY
Isom CAUDILL Son S Male W 2M KY KY KY 
Family: Caudill, Isaac / Slone, Julia Ann (F3450)
 
589 James ADDINGTON Self M Male W 35 VA Farming VA VA
Julia ADDINGTON Wife M Female W 33 VA Keeping House VA VA
John ADDINGTON Son S Male W 7 VA VA VA
William ADDINGTON Son S Male W 4 VA VA VA
Mary ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 1 VA VA VA 
Addington, James Knott Polk (I81233)
 
590 James H. ADINGTON Self M Male W 36 VA Farmer VA VA
Hanah C. ADINGTON Wife M Female W 30 VA Keeping House VA VA
Cicero P. ADINGTON Son S Male W 11 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Cora C. ADINGTON Dau S Female W 5 VA VA VA 
Addington, James Henderson (I28236)
 
591 John ADDINGTON Self M Male W 37 VA Farming VA VA
Sarah E. ADDINGTON Wife M Female W 32 VA Keeping House VA VA
Nancy ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 12 VA VA VA
Robert ADDINGTON Son S Male W 5 VA VA VA
William A. ADDINGTON Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA
Emmarite ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 1 VA VA VA
Malinda QUILLIN SDau S Female W 11 VA VA VA
Rebecca QUILLIN SDau S Female W 10 VA VA VA 
Addington, John Monroe (I74683)
 
592 John BAKER Self M Male W 47 VA Laborer TN VA
Elizabeth F. BAKER Wife M Female W 46 VA Keeping House VA VA
James H. BAKER Son S Male W 22 VA At Home VA VA
Alvy D. BAKER Dau S Female W 20 VA VA VA
Robert L. BAKER Son S Male W 18 VA At Home VA VA
Frances M. BAKER Dau S Female W 15 VA At Home VA VA
John R. BAKER Son S Male W 12 VA VA VA
Joseph B. BAKER Son S Male W 10 VA At Home VA VA
Martha E. BAKER Dau S Female W 8 VA VA VA
Lucy H. BAKER Dau S Female W 4 VA VA VA
James M. BAKER GSon S Male W 1 VA VA VA 
Baker, John Beverly (I15357)
 
593 John FRANKLIN
Self M Male W 43 KY Farmer KY KY
Pelina FRANKLIN Wife M Female W 32 KY Keeping House KY KY
Wiley FRANKLIN Son S Male W 11 KY Farmer KY KY
Julia FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 9 KY KY KY
Henry FRANKLIN Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Katie FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 7 KY KY KY
Charly FRANKLIN Son S Male W 5 KY KY KY
Milton FRANKLIN Son S Male W 2 KY KY KY
Alexander FRANKLIN Son S Male W 7M KY KY KY 
Franklin, John Martin (I12746)
 
594 John FRANKLIN Self M Male W 59 VA Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Wife M Female W 58 VA Keeping House VA VA
Nancey FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 30 VA VA VA
Martha FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 17 VA VA VA
Mary Bell FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 15 VA VA VA 
Franklin, John H. (I2398)
 
595 Joseph ADINGTON Self M Male W 63 VA Farmer VA VA
Malinda ADINGTON Wife M Female W 61 VA Keeping House VA VA
Henry H. ADINGTON Son S Male W 30 VA Works On Farm VA VA 
Addington, Joseph (I74702)
 
596 Joseph W. ADDINGTON Self M Male W 41 VA Farming VA VA
Sarah Mc. ADDINGTON Wife M Female W 37 VA Keeping House VA VA
Marth ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
William D. ADDINGTON Son S Male W 12 VA Working On Farm VA VA
Nancy E. ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 10 VA VA VA
Charles ADDINGTON Son S Male W 8 VA VA VA
Joseph ADDINGTON Son S Male W 6 VA VA VA
Henry K. ADDINGTON Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA
Sarah F. ADDINGTON Dau S Female W 2 VA VA VA 
Addington, Joseph William N. (I74686)
 
597 Richard G. FRANKLIN Self S Male W 32 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 27 NC Keeping House NC NC
Edmonds FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Gideon FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 23 NC Teacher NC NC
Bernard FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 21 MS Farmer NC NC 
Franklin, Sarah Frances (I1867)
 
598 Richard G. FRANKLIN Self S Male W 32 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 27 NC Keeping House NC NC
Edmonds FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Gideon FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 23 NC Teacher NC NC
Bernard FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 21 MS Farmer NC NC 
Franklin, Mildred Edwards (I1868)
 
599 Richard G. FRANKLIN Self S Male W 32 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 27 NC Keeping House NC NC
Edmonds FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Gideon FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 23 NC Teacher NC NC
Bernard FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 21 MS Farmer NC NC 
Franklin, Gideon Edwards (I1869)
 
600 Richard G. FRANKLIN Self S Male W 32 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 27 NC Keeping House NC NC
Edmonds FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Gideon FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 23 NC Teacher NC NC
Bernard FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 21 MS Farmer NC NC 
Franklin, Columbus Bernard (I1870)
 
601 Richard G. FRANKLIN Self S Male W 32 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 27 NC Keeping House NC NC
Edmonds FRANKLIN Sister S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Gideon FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 23 NC Teacher NC NC
Bernard FRANKLIN Brother S Male W 21 MS Farmer NC NC 
Franklin, Columbus Bernard (I1870)
 
602 Silas FRASIER Self M Male W 54 VA Farmer VA VA
Jemima FRASIER Wife M Female W 59 VA Keeping House VA VA
Thomas FRASIER Son M Male W 22 VA Farm Laborer VA VA
Mary E. FRASIER Dau M Female W 14 VA VA VA
Elizabeth FRASIER Dau S Female W 13 VA VA VA
Helen FRASIER Dau S Female W 12 VA VA VA
Nancy FRASIER Dau S Female W 10 VA VA VA
James LANE Other S Male W 17 VA Farm Laborer VA VA 
Family: Frazier, Silas H. / Osborne, Jemima (F33681)
 
603 The household was enumerated as follows:

Esther ELDRIDGE
Self W Female W 70 KY Keeping House KY KY
Rachel ELDRIDGE Dau S Female W 26 KY KY KY
Hiram ELDRIDGE GSon S Male W 2 KY KY KY 
Eldridge, Rachel (I17023)
 
604 The household was enumerated as follows:

Esther ELDRIDGE
Self W Female W 70 KY Keeping House KY KY
Rachel ELDRIDGE Dau S Female W 26 KY KY KY
Hiram ELDRIDGE GSon S Male W 2 KY KY KY 
Eldridge, Hiram (I100521)
 
605 The household was enumerated as follows:

Esther ELDRIDGE
Self W Female W 70 KY Keeping House KY KY
Rachel ELDRIDGE Dau S Female W 26 KY KY KY
Hiram ELDRIDGE GSon S Male W 2 KY KY KY 
Caudill, Esther (I4274)
 
606 Washington COMBS Self M Male W 39 KY Farmer KY KY
Delpha COMBS Wife M Female W 38 KY Keeping House KY KY
Carrar W. COMBS Dau S Female W 5 KY KY KY
Thomson COMBS Son S Male W 3 KY KY KY
Simeon COMBS Son S Male W 1 KY KY KY
Fielam COMBS Other S Male W 11 KY KY KY
Florra COMBS Other S Female W 4 KY KY KY
Sarah COMBS Mother Female W 64 KY KY KY 
Combs, George Washington (I16130)
 
607 William J. CAUDILL Self M Male W 52 KY Farmer SC SC
Nancy CAUDILL Wife M Female W 50 KY Keeping House NC NC
Susan CAUDILL Dau S Female W 26 KY KY KY
Elizabeth CAUDILL Dau S Female W 20 KY KY KY
Jeremiah CAUDILL Son S Male W 18 KY KY KY
George W. CAUDILL Son S Male W 16 KY KY KY
Margaret CAUDILL Dau S Female W 14 KY KY KY
Henry CAUDILL Son S Male W 13 KY KY KY
Martha CAUDILL Dau S Female W 12 KY KY KY
John C. CAUDILL Son S Male W 10 KY KY KY 
Caudill, William J. (I4823)
 
608 Wily FRANKLIN Self M Male W 78 NC Farmer VA VA
Pollie FRANKLIN Wife M Female W 76 NC Keeps House VA VA
Judith FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 41 NC Wks In House NC NC
Matilda FRANKLIN Dau S Female W 37 NC Wks In House NC NC
Walter W. LOVEL GSon M Male W 26 NC Supt. Farm NC NC
Martha Sarah LOVEL GDauL M Female W 22 VA Wks In House VA VA
Wily F. LOVEL GGSon S Male W 1 NC NC VA
William JOHNSON Other Male B 21 NC Wks On Farm NC NC
Mime HANCOCK Other S Female B 15 NC House Servant NC NC 
Franklin, Wiley (I1721)
 
609 Wm. D. FRANKLIN Self M Male W 58 TN Farmer NC NC
Mary A. FRANKLIN Wife M Female W 50 NC Keeping House VA NC
Wm. B. FRANKLIN Son S Male W 30 TN TN NC
Benj. FRANKLIN Son S Male W 24 GA Works On Farm TN NC
Henry D. FRANKLIN Son S Male W 21 GA Works On Farm TN NC
Albert L. FRANKLIN Son S Male W 10 GA TN NC 
Franklin, William Dobson (I1738)
 
610 A "delayed" death certificate filed in 1934 records her date of birth as 8 May 1905, which is inconsistent with other sources. Frazier, Mallie (I31817)
 
611 A New York Times page one article dated 1 Aug 1954 reported the following:

7 Children, 4 Adults Die as Car Hits Cliff
[By the United Press]
WHITESBURG, Ky., July 31 -- Eleven persons, seven of them children, died today when the auto in which they were riding struck a cliff near this community.

Twelve persons were in the car. It burst into flames when it crashed into the cliff. The only survivor was Hexie Maxie, 33 years old, who was severely burned. He told police the car, driven by his brother-in-law, Thomas Brown, had just gone over the crest of the steep mountain when Mr. Brown "tried his brakes, and didn't have any." The car was at the top of a step (sic) downgrade and it swerve off the road, he said.

Then the car hit a ditch, scraped a cliff, careened across the road into another cliff, turned over on its side and burst into flames, Mr. Maxie told authorities.

Whitesburg's fire chief, Raymond Day, said the flames made "a fiery tomb for those poor people inside."

A spokesman for the National Safety Council in Chicago declared that the crash was the worst single-car tragedy in the records of the Council.

Fire Chief Day said the bodies of the eleven victims were jammed against the windows and doors, whicch apparently had been sealed shut by the collision.

Mr. Maxie was in the hospital at Fleming, Ky., with burns all over his body.

The victims, taken to the Craft Funeral Home here, included: Mrs. Elsie Maxie and her three children, Bobby Ray, 4; Betty Sue, 5, and a year-old baby.

Also Tom Brown, 41; his wife, Lula, and four of their children -- Shirley Jean, 6; Hayden, 5; Geraldine, 2; and Christine, 9.

All the occupants of the car were from Millstone, Ky.

The road, U.S. Highway 119, is fairly well traveled and within a short time after the accident about fifty cars were stopped along the road in each direction.

The scene of the accident is about six miles out of Whitesburg on top of Pine Mountain, one of the highest of the Cumberland chain.

Aubrey Garber of radio station WTCW at Whitesburg, an early arrival at the scene, said the impact of the 1941 car hitting the cliffs appaently had not been so great.

"The damage to the car wouldn't have amounted to $50 except for the fire *** that was what killed them." Mr. Garber said. He believed Mr. Maxie must have been thrown from the car.

Mr. Maxie is a coal miner at Millstone, a coal camp. No close surviving relatives have been located. Dr. A. B. Carter at Fleming Hospital gave him only "a slim chance to live." 
Brown, Thomas A. (I117261)
 
612 A brief article in the London (Ky.) Mountain Echo newspaper of 18 May, 1883, reports the event as follows:

"We are informed that Tib Combs shot Wm. Polly through the heart, on the night of the 7th inst., at the moonshine still house of Hacker Combs, two miles above Whitesburg in Letcher County. Combs made his escape before the officers could reach him." 
Combs, Edward (I206)
 
613 A census note described him as "idiotic". Lewis, Jesse (I341631)
 
614 A certified copy of the marriage certificate from Scott County, VA, has been provided by Templeton descendant Jack R. Templeton [2003].
 
Family: Templeton, Dr. James Elbert / Franklin, Julia Q. (F8587)
 
615 A Civil War Union veteran's pension was applied for on 16 Dec 1890, to benefit James H. Hall as a "minor" (?). The application was based on Preston Hall's service in Company B, Harlan County Battalion, Kentucky Infantry (USA). The application number was 489850. Hall, Preston (I84934)
 
616 A Consent to Marriage was signed on 30 Jul 1847. Family: Franklin, William / Howard, Elizabeth (F683)
 
617 A declaration by Preston Fleming recorded in E. J. Sutherlands
collections published by his wife, Hetty Swindall Sutherland, under
the
title Pioneer Recollections page 142 states in part: I (Preston
Fleming)
was born July 23, 1857 at the mouth of Holly Creek. My parents were
Phillip and Minerva (Mullins) Fleming. Father was born February 15,
1815
and died April 28, 1885, I believe that was the year he died. His
father
was Robert Fleming and his mother was Betty Stumbo, who was
Pennsylvania
Dutch. Grandfather Fleming came from Irland, but I don't know what
part
of it he lived in, nor where he landed on this side. It took his ship
nine weeks and nine days on the water to make the trip. He served in
the
war of 1812. He died in Pike County, Kentucky. I never saw him.
My Mother was the daughter of John Mullins and Ollie [ Cox ] Mullins.
She was born in Ash County, North Carolina. Grandfather John Mullins
had
two
brothers, Counterfit Sol and Dr. Jim. 
Fleming, Preston J. (I10311)
 
618 A descendant has pointed out the confusion over her name, as follows: "...But in this census her name shows as Margaret, like that of her mother Margaret Rose Fleming and her grandmother Margaret Cantrell Rose. If I recall correctly, on that census the three Margarets all appear on the same page. On subsequent censuses my great grandmother's name appears as Emma (never Emiline or Emily). In everyday life, she was called Em. My speculation is that the nickname "M" for Margaret (distinguishing her from the older Margarets) became Em and then Emma, but that's just a guess. No one in my family is aware of great grandma Em's name as ever being "Emiline..." Fleming, Margaret (I10440)
 
619 A granite monument at the Clintwood Library states the following:
PIONEER LADY
1815 -- 1893
IN 1829 MARY JANE MULLINS, AT THE AGE OF FOURTEEN, WAS THE FIRST
PIONEER LADY TO SETTLE HERE AT HOLLY CREEK (NOW CLINTWOOD) WITH HER
FATHER JOHN MULLINS AND THREE YOUNGER BROTHERS. FOUR YEARS LATER SHE
MARRIED JOHN JACK FLEMING AND RAISED TWELVE CHILDREN. FOR SIXTY FOUR
YEARS UNTIL HER DEATH SHE MADE THIS AREA HER HOME.

Elihu Jasper Sutherland's book: Pioneer Recollections:
Sutherlands tells a widly spread story. One simular passed to
my father, Brady Fleming says; Mary was a girl of twelve when
the family moved to Virginia. Her father went back to N.C. after
farm stock and left Mary and her two brothers alone. It turned
winter while her father was gone and the snow came through
the cracks of the pole cabin. A man came to their home and
they let him in to warm. They became afraid when he wouldn't leave
and while he slept the children discussed killing him but chose
not to kill him.

An excerpt from the Cumberland Empire, October 1932 Edition by Hetty
S.
Sutherland.
Mary Jane Mullins heroically stayed alone in their Cabin in Virginia
for fourteen days until her relatives returned from North Carolina
with
the rest of their stock. She cared for the live stock and tended the
crops. Her nearest neighbor was at least twelve miles away through a
trackless forest, which was fillled with fierce bears, wolves,
panthers
and other varmits. The wild beasts often came to the cabin door at
night
and fought the dogs in the yard.

Dr. James [ Jim ] Mullins was Mary Jane's uncle.
Mary Jane Mullins was married in Pike County, Kentucky. She
lived 2 or 3 years on Weavers Creek in Ky, two Children were
born there John & Vina [ Melvina ]. She bore John Jackson Fleming 12
children all told. She moved to Clintwood Va. and lived there untill
she
died of Pneumonia.

Ref. Pioneer Recollections by E. J. Sutherland
Statement by Andrew J. Counts Sept. 28, 1938

"My maternal grandmother was Mary (Mary Jane Mullins) Fleming. I
remember her very well. The left side of her face was birth-marked.
It
was a deep red color. We called her red-faced granny. My mother
(Lavina
Fleming Keel Counts) told me that it was caused by her mother, great
grandmother Ollie Cox Mullins, watching her husband, Holly Creek
John,
kill some hogs just before grannys birth. It made her sick, and she
went
off to one side, sat down and leaned her head over on her left hand
until
she felt better."

I have visited the grave sites of Robert Jefferson Fleming, Polly
Mcfall
Fleming, John Jackson Fleming and Mary Jane Mullins Fleming at the
Fleming cemetary just outside Clintwood, Dickenson Co., VA. (LTF) 
Mullins, Mary Jane (I10233)
 
620 A historical marker on Ky. Highway 7 near his homestead reads as follows:

"James Caudill, born in Virginia in 1753, first came to Big Cowan Creek in 1781. Because of Indians, he took his family back to North Carolina. Returning here in 1792 with his family, he built a cabin, stayed several years then went back to North Carolina. They settled here permanently in 1811. He was progenitor to a large widespread mountain family. He died in 1840." 
Caudill, James Jr. (I2424)
 
621 A large stone marker has been placed at his gravesite, identifying the years of his birth and death as 1781-1839. The marker contains the following words: "The first man on Long Fork". Johnson, William Payne (I1355)
 
622 A marker memorializing her was placed on the gravesites of her parents at the Williams Cemetery in Whitesburg, KY. Hall, Nancy (I95)
 
623 A marriage bond was entered on 26 Dec 1826 by Suddith D. Turner and James Franklin for a marriage between Suddith Turner and Sally Franklin. Authorization for her marriage was granted by John Franklin. Family: Turner, Suddith David / Franklin, Sarah R. (F12750)
 
624 A member of the Noble Genealogy site had this to say about him:
This person is buried on the Willie Campbell Cemetary at Watts, He was shot and killed by his brother Taylor but it was supposedly an accident. His father was Willie Campbell and his mother was Martha Jane Watts. It happened in the house they lived in, which sat where the house I moved from on Leatherwood was. Willie sold the place to his brother in Law... Johnny Watts, then Johnny's child sold part to a Napier and we bought it from him.. We still own the side around the cemetary. 
Campbell, Price (I80730)
 
625 A military tombstone has been placed at his gravesite, indicating he was a 2d Sergeant in Company A, 13th Kentucky Cavalry, CSA. Bolling, Daniel Boone (I71778)
 
626 A newspaper obituary follows:

MUNCIE--Cuna Mae Banks, 88, went home to be with the Lord Friday, November 4, 2011 at the Golden Living Center following an extended illness.

She was born on April 11, 1923, the daughter of Lee and Bertha (Ison) Banks, where she lived most of her life in the beautiful mountains on her parent's farm in Premium, KY, graduated from Whitesburg High School in 1941 and attended Morehead Teachers College. Cuna taught school to elementary students and loved teaching. She also was a great cook and loved to sew. She made the best homemade biscuits on the wood burning stove, and also made beautiful quilts and bedspreads, which we will cherish.

Cuna was dedicated to taking care of her parents and sisters in their older years of life. She moved to Muncie in 1981 to be close to her sister, Ora Stokes. We will be ever grateful to Cuna for her caring, love, and dedication to her sister, Ora. Cuna stayed with Ora and enabled Ora to stay in her home while having dementia.

Surviving are her niece, Deborah Lare (husband-Bruce), Gaston; two nephews, Joe Stokes (wife-Linda), Sarasota, FL, and Shelby Adams, Salem, MA; a great-niece, Jennifer Best (husband-Brian), Sarasota, FL; a great-nephew, Andrew Stokes (wife-Lili), Muncie; three great-great-nephews, Jonah, Grayson, and Samuel; and two great-great-nieces, Josie and Lindley.

She was preceded in death by her parents; four sisters, Dixie, Gladys, Lora, and Ora; and four infant brothers.

There will be no calling hours. Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2011 in Green Acres Cemetery in Whitesburg, KY. Cuna will be greatly missed.

The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel, is in charge of arrangements. 
Banks, Cuna Mae (I105700)
 
627 A newspaper obituary has been posted on the internet site Find a Grave. Webb, Mary Alice (I14656)
 
628 A newspaper report of this event, transcribed courtesy of researcher Ona Hall-Scalf [2004], follows.

LAKE SHORE OBSERVER, DUNKIRK, NEW YORK (31 OCT 1885)
ENCOUNTER AMONG DESPERADOES

Catlettsburg, Ky., Oct 31. --Yesterday, on Carr's Fork, in KNOTT COUNTY, the men composing the JONES faction fell out among themselves, and a desperate encounter followed.
The notorious DICK VANCE whipped out a revolver and shot SAM COOK dead. VANCE is a desperado of the meanest type. There is much feeling over the matter, and it is thought there will be more trouble.
No arrests have yet been made. On the same day, in the same neighborhood, while a man named BRANNUM was endeavoring to escape from a Deputy United States Marshal's guard, was shot by the guard and killed. 
Vance, Richard R. (I31726)
 
629 A photostatic copy of the Military Service and Death Record of Charles R. Kinsey, Service No. 0 572 277, issued on 15 July 1952 to Mrs. Virginia Bell Poff, his mother, contained the following details:

He enlisted 9 Apr 1942 at Ft. Thomas, KY. He reported the date and place of birth as 8 Aug 1916, Bluefield, WV. Corp. Kinsey was discharged 19 Jan 1943 to accept a commission. He was appointed Second Lieutenant 20 Jan 1943. He left the U.S. for overseas duty 6 May 1943.

First Lt. Kinsey was killed 29 Oct 1943 in South West Pacific Area, as result of an airplane crash. At the time of his death, he was serving in the 2nd Airdrome Squadron.

[The specific circumstance of his death was that the jeep in which he was riding was struck in a crash landing by a plane returning from its mission.]
 
Kinsey, Lt. Charles R. (I22756)
 
630 A record of service in the War of 1812 exists for one Abner Franklin, who served as a "Surg. Mate" (surgeon's mate?) in the Third Regiment (Wimberly's), Georgia Militia. Is this the same Abner Franklin? Franklin, Dr. Abner (I1622)
 
631 A replacement tombstone shows a death date of 12 Oct 1873, but this is inconsistent with the Virginia certificate of death which h reports 29 Sep 1872. Williams, George Calhoun (I124358)
 
632 A report in the Big Sandy News of 25 October 1901 reports the following:

"Whitesburg, KY., Oct. 16 -- During a fight which took place near Carr's Fork in Knott county between Andy Sloan, Perry and William Sloan and Alex. Martin, Andy Sloan was killed and Alex. Martin and William Sloan were probably fatally wounded. This fight was the result of a quarrel over a game of cards between William and Andy Sloan, who are cousins.

"The men had been enemies for years, both of them having been involved on opposing sides in the Jones-Wright feud a long time ago." 
Slone, Andrew Jackson (I77614)
 
633 A scanned image of the death certificate was provided by researcher Sharon Bogusky.
 
Quillen, Susannah (I4689)
 
634 A transcribed summary of the court order in which she is referred to is as follows:

"Ordered that John Grider's road as surveyor be reduced to six feet and to commence at William Witton's and to stop at the top of the hill above the house where Salley Franklin formerly lived...
Spears, Sarah (I1948)
 
635 A transcribed summary of the minutes of the Floyd County Court appears as follows:

"On motion of James H. Hereford ordered that Jacob Waller, Charles W. Young, Solomon Stratton, and Shedrick Franklin, or any three of them... view and mark the nearest and best way for a road from Jaames Turner's mill by way of James H. Hereford's tanyard in a direction to Prestonsburg..." 
Franklin, Shadrach (I1484)
 
636 A transcription of David Stewart's will, provided by online researcher Geneva White on 1 Nov 2006, is as follows:

"In the name of God Amen I David Stewart of Stokes Co. being of sound and perfect mind and memory do this 24 Day of November in the year of the Lord 1801 make and publish this my last will and testament in the following that is to say:
First, I give and bequeath to Jemima Harrison 20 shillings
Second, I give to Keziah Rankin 20 shillings
Third, I give and bequeath to Lydia Potter 20 shillings
Fourth, I give and bequeath to Abigail Curd 20 Shillings
Fifth, I give and bequeath to John Stewart, David Stewart, Reuben Stewart, Samuel Stewart and Thomas Stewart all my estate and Negroes and stock of all kinds, household goods, plantation tools to be equally divided after paying the above four twenty shillings out to be divided between John, David, Reuben, Samuel and Thomas Stewart, My Five Sons some to have no division until the death of my beloved wife, Abigail, which they are to maintain out of the land and Negroes and reasonably the names of the Negroes are Murrah, Nan, Nead, Simon, Bob and Lannaretter.
And I truly make and ordain John Stewart and Reuben Stewart executors of my last will and testament in Witness wherof the said David Stewart have to this my last will and Testament set my hand and seal the day and year above written." 
Stewart, David (I16089)
 
637 A transcription of David Stewart's will, provided by online researcher Geneva White on 1 Nov 2006, is as follows:

"In the name of God Amen I David Stewart of Stokes Co. being of sound and perfect mind and memory do this 24 Day of November in the year of the Lord 1801 make and publish this my last will and testament in the following that is to say:
First, I give and bequeath to Jemima Harrison 20 shillings
Second, I give to Keziah Rankin 20 shillings
Third, I give and bequeath to Lydia Potter 20 shillings
Fourth, I give and bequeath to Abigail Curd 20 Shillings
Fifth, I give and bequeath to John Stewart, David Stewart, Reuben Stewart, Samuel Stewart and Thomas Stewart all my estate and Negroes and stock of all kinds, household goods, plantation tools to be equally divided after paying the above four twenty shillings out to be divided between John, David, Reuben, Samuel and Thomas Stewart, My Five Sons some to have no division until the death of my beloved wife, Abigail, which they are to maintain out of the land and Negroes and reasonably the names of the Negroes are Murrah, Nan, Nead, Simon, Bob and Lannaretter.
And I truly make and ordain John Stewart and Reuben Stewart executors of my last will and testament in Witness wherof the said David Stewart have to this my last will and Testament set my hand and seal the day and year above written." 
Stewart, David (I16089)
 
638 A transcription of her obituary was provided by Ruth (Eads) Baker of Hamilton, Ohio on 23 Apr 2004. Combs, Madge I. (I32021)
 
639 A transcription of the article is as follows (courtesy of Laura Brenner, by e-mail of 24 Apr 2006):

Newspaper: Middlesboro Daily News, Middlesboro, Bell, Ky
Edition: Tuesday, June 10, 1924.
Headline: Letcher County Man has 345 Descendants, Many in Ky
Hazard, Ky, June 10--Five Generations of mountaineers are descended from John M. Pratt; 345 person, 281 living and most of them residing in Eastern Kentucky.
Blood is a great deal thicker than water in Eastern Kentucky. Almost every native has an army of relatives and ties of kinship are strong ones (last word of this sentence is illegible due to graininess of the copy). They are felt a great deal in business and social life, but especially in politics.
(Illegible) to the family are bankers, (illegible) business leaders in all walks of life. John M. Pratt was born in Floyd County, Ky, November 29, 1829 and died on March 10, 1924. He came to Letcher County with his father when a small boy and settled on Rockhouse Creek. At the age of 19 he married Miss Elizabeth Campbell, who died about 30 years ago. From this union was born 14 children, 9 yet living.
There are seventy-nine grandchildren, sixty-eight of whom are living; 219 great-grandchildren, 178 of whom are living; thirty-three great-great-grandchildren. The grand total of descendants is 345, with 281 yet living, and sixty-four dead.
Among them are John M. Pratt, 95; Mrs. Judith Brashears, the fourth from the oldest in her generation, age 70 years and 7 months; Mrs. Elizabeth Brashear, oldest of the family, 49; Tug McDaniel, merchant of Viper, 26; Buford C. McDaniel, oldest son of the McDaniels, age 4.
Mr. Pratt served three years in the (illegible) Kentucky Riflemen of the Confederate Army. About the year 1875, he removed from Letcher County to Perry County, settling on the right-hand fork of Mason's Creek. Here he resided with his family until his death. His early days were spent in farming, fishing and hunting, using no other gun than a flintlock and later a hog rifle. Mr. Pratt was a good sport and a crack shot.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brashear is the wife Gay Brashear of Viper, Ky., he being the former member of the Kentucky legislature, having represented Perry and Letcher counties. 
Pratt, John M. (I411)
 
640 A TWIN - DIED IN INFANCY Morris, Bell (I1075)
 
641 A TWIN WITH JOHN. Morris, Joshua II (I1011)
 
642 A TWIN WITH JOSHUA LATER MOVED TO INDIANA Morris, John (I1012)
 
643 A twin; died young. Webb, Nelson R. (I3627)
 
644 A widow's pension application was submitted for the benefit of Rebecca Gray, based upon Edmond's service in Company A, 49th Kentucky Infantry (USA). Gray, Edmond (I111417)
 
645 A widow's pension application was submitted for the benefit of Rebecca Gray, based upon Edmond's service in Company A, 49th Kentucky Infantry (USA). Powell, Rebecca (I111418)
 
646 A. J. Franklin's tombstone reports his date of birth as 17 Oct 1850. However, in the 1880 census he listed his age as 38. He also was reported as a one-year-old in his father's household in the 1850 census of Russell County, VA. In the 1860 Letcher County census, his age was reported by his father as 12. Therefore, one can assume his birth was sometime between 1848-1850 -- but almost certainly earlier than 17 Oct 1850. Franklin, Andrew Jackson (I1482)
 
647 A. L. Reece was 24 and single, Edna was 17 and single when married.
Both
wer living in Dickenson Co., VA. They were married by L. M. Vanover. 
Family: Reece, Auburn L. / Fleming, Edna Leota (F4445)
 
648 Abednego Kiser was born abt 1817 in Russell County, Virginia, the son of E
phraim Kiser & Mary Sutherland. About 1836 he married Rebecca Counts, t
he daughter of John Counts and Phoebe McReynolds. Rebecca was born abt J
un 1818 in Russell County. In the 1850's they moved to "New Kentuck", ne
ar the head of Middle Fork of Pocatalico River in Jackson Co., WV. Abedne
go Kiser was a centralfigure in a fued pitting Russell County Skeens, Cou
nts, Kisers and others against other Jackson & Roane County West Virginian
s. 
Family: Kiser, Abednigo / Counts, Rebecca (F31389)
 
649 Abel Franklin and his wife Elizabeth appear as the grantors of three indentures recorded in Scott County, Virginia, on 13 February 1833. At D.B. 4, p. 269 there is an indenture to Thomas Jeffries (or Jeffers). Also at D.B. 4, p. 269 there is an indenture to James Jeffers. On the following page (p. 270) is another entered to James Jeffries.

Abel Franklin's name appears several times, as well, in the settlement of accounts for the estate of Walter Stallard, father-in-law of Bird Franklin. In Will Book 2, at p. 164 there is a Report of Sale of Personal Estate items to "Abel Franklin to an account...0.33 1/3..." In the Settlement of Accounts (W.B. 2, p. 192) there is a contra entry "By an account on Abel Franklin charged as lost above and not collected... 2.33 1/3..." 
Franklin, Abel (I1565)
 
650 Abigail is on the census with her youngest son, Elisha Pennington and wife Nancy Sturgill, in 1840, and with one of her other children in 1860. Caudill, Abigail Susannah (I4289)
 
651 Abstract of this land patent was made from Henry County Commonwealth's Grants and Patents, Book 18, p. 14. Hall, Isham (I9201)
 
652 Abstracted from Book G, p. 218 oof Henry county Commonwealth Grants and Patents. Hall, Lansford (I9202)
 
653 ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED IN KANAWHA RIVER Morris, Carroll (I863)
 
654 According to a biographical article written by Nehemiah Webb in the Mountain Eagle of 18 Jun 1931:

"Away back, this Matthew Caudill was erecting a hewed wall house on or about the spot where Uncle Chunk Craft lives, on Millstone. While upon the new wall of this building he accidentally fell and so injured himself that he died some days later." 
Caudill, Matthew S. (I4830)
 
655 According to a descendant of William Marion and America Brown, Madonna Johnson Hipps, "Lewis preferred to use his mother's name of Cole, however, he is the son of Wm. Marion Brown." (E-mail, 24 June 2005). Cole, Russell Lewis (I71044)
 
656 According to a descendant, Ruby J. Partin (1 Nov 2021): "She is supposedly born a Adams, raised by her Caudill, Profitt Family." She was apparently in the household of William C. "Billy" Caudill (1779-1880) and Nancy Ann Craft (1786-1877). Adams, Sarah (I82478)
 
657 According to a message from Pat Starzer, a descendant: The "Lester Family Bible" that I have (printing date 1815), which is actually more of a Pennington Bible than Lester, shows that Abigail was born 27 Mar 1767." [4 Mar 2004] Caudill, Abigail Susannah (I4289)
 
658 According to a note by Janice Fleming Lambert : Margaret used the
Fleming name. It is believed that she was Leaty's daughter by her
first
Husband, Andrew Hall. 
Fleming, Margaret Marie (I32467)
 
659 According to a statement by Harve Hall in 1996, his grandfather Harve Franklin was probably "baseborn", or illegitimate. He was raised by an uncle, whom Harve Hall identified as "Green Franklin". Almost certainly, this was a mistake, and the uncle was probably Greenway "Green" Hall, who married Mary Elizabeth Franklin, the sister of James Bradley Franklin.

At the time of the 1870 Letcher County census, he was reported as residing in the household of his grandparents, Bird and Agnes Franklin.

At various times Harve Franklin lived on Crafts Colley in Letcher County and Left Beaver in Floyd County.

Harve was a tall man; his grandchildren recall that he had to stoop to pass through the doorways of their house. They suggest he was approximately 6' 6" or 6' 7" tall. 
Franklin, Harvey G. (I23)
 
660 According to a story told by Alice Pearl Fleming, a granddaughter of
Elbie Garnet "Garn" Fleming that he raised. She said that he had a
pet
blacksnake named Charlie. Alice said that her grandfather "Garn" kept
Charlie in the barn to control rats and mice, she said that grandpa
could
call Charlie by stamping his foot on the ground. Alice said that she
actually saw him call the snake and the snake would come to be petted.
She further said grandpa had her witness Charlie kill a rattlesnake.
She
said that he tryed to get Charlie drunk by feeding him some whiskey
with
a spoon and it killed old Charlie. She said that he cryed and cryed
over
Charlie's death. 
Fleming, Alice Pearl (I10318)
 
661 According to a transcription of a WPA project compiled by James Taylor Adams of Wise, VA, and reproduced on the Wise County, VA, GenWeb internet site:

"There are some unmarked graves there [the Isham Hall Cemetery], among them the grave of Didema (Dide) Franklin, wife of James Bradley Franklin, and daughter of Isham and Jane (Mullins) Hall. James Bradley Franklin was a son of Byrd and Agnes (Stallard) Franklin. When I was about twelve years old Dide Franklin was a frequent visitor at our home on the head of Crafts Colly Creek, Letcher County, Kentucky. We all called her Aunt Dide. She must have been about seventy years old then. She was tall, slender, beautiful, one of the most lovable characters I ever knew. I remember hearing people talk about her long, slim, beautiful hands. She had a slight cough in winter and would gather and dry poke berries in the fall and eat a certain number of them every night before going to bed, to relieve it. She died at the home of her only daughter, Cat (Catherine) Hall, wife of Ed Hall, near the mouth of Indian Creek." 
Hall, Didema (I35)
 
662 According to Agnes Auxier, Michael was stalking deer at a salt lick near Ft. Blackmore, Virginia when he was surprised by an Indian who knocked him senseless with a tomahawk and relieved him of his scalp. Luckily, the wounds were not fatal. Michael survived the ordeal and wore a hat at all times thereafter to cover the horrible scars left by his encounter with the Indian at the salt lick. Auxier, Michael (I112516)
 
663 According to an article published in the Ceredo (WV) Advance, issue of Wednesday, 1 Apr 1896, Lazarus Damron and his four sons, Samuel, Richard, Moses, and George "settled five miles below what is now Piketown." Damron, George (I239832)
 
664 According to an article published in the Ceredo (WV) Advance, issue of Wednesday, 1 Apr 1896, Lazarus Damron and his four sons, Samuel, Richard, Moses, and George "settled five miles below what is now Piketown." Damron, Moses (I94502)
 
665 According to an article published in the Ceredo (WV) Advance, issue of Wednesday, 1 Apr 1896, Lazarus Damron and his four sons, Samuel, Richard, Moses, and George "settled five miles below what is now Piketown." Damron, Richard (I94910)
 
666 According to an article published in the Ceredo (WV) Advance, issue of Wednesday, 1 Apr 1896, Lazarus Damron and his four sons, Samuel, Richard, Moses, and George "settled five miles below what is now Piketown." Damron, Samuel Sr. (I124113)
 
667 According to an article published in the Ceredo (WV) Advance, issue of Wednesday, 1 Apr 1896, Lazarus Damron and his four sons, Samuel, Richard, Moses, and George "settled five miles below what is now Piketown." Damron, Lazarus (I94500)
 
668 According to an email from family member Paula Fields Hammock [medassistant05@yahoo.com; 13 Jul 2016]:

"My grandmother, Matilda Ingram Fields, had a step or 1/2 brother and sister named Katie Ison and Grant Ison. I learned from Tillie a few years ago that Grant had shot and killed Katie and their mother, my great grandmother Arminta Stamper/Ingram Ison. From what I have found so far, this happened in 1939 in Letcher Co. But I can't really find anything out about Grant or that particular part of the family since 1939. I did see an article that Grant went to prison, but not sure if her was released or not and exactly what the shooting was over?? I was told a land dispute?" 
Stamper, Arminda (I34354)
 
669 According to an email from family member Paula Fields Hammock [medassistant05@yahoo.com; 13 Jul 2016]:

"My grandmother, Matilda Ingram Fields, had a step or 1/2 brother and sister named Katie Ison and Grant Ison. I learned from Tillie a few years ago that Grant had shot and killed Katie and their mother, my great grandmother Arminta Stamper/Ingram Ison. From what I have found so far, this happened in 1939 in Letcher Co. But I can't really find anything out about Grant or that particular part of the family since 1939. I did see an article that Grant went to prison, but not sure if her was released or not and exactly what the shooting was over?? I was told a land dispute?" 
Ison, Catherine (I73038)
 
670 According to an email [13 Jul 2016] from family member Paula Fields Hammock, Tillie was cremated and her ashes were placed at the Woodside Cemetery in Middletown, Butler, Ohio, where other members of the family are buried. Fields, Matilda (I97619)
 
671 According to an interview with James Campbell by Dr. Dickey on 22 July 1898:

"[The Campbells and Couches] were large families, they started for Lexington but stopped at Campbell's bend on the north fork of the Kentucky river, n what is now Perry County. They found four acres of land cleared at that point and concluded to make a crop and remain over a year. My grandfather bought nine horses, his brother ten, they bought their cattle also, some were sick on the way and this was one of the reasons for stopping."
 
Campbell, John Zachariah (I25102)
 
672 According to an interview with James Campbell by Dr. Dickey on 22 July 1898:

"[The Campbells and Couches] were large families, they started for Lexington but stopped at Campbell's bend on the north fork of the Kentucky river, n what is now Perry County. They found four acres of land cleared at that point and concluded to make a crop and remain over a year. My grandfather bought nine horses, his brother ten, they bought their cattle also, some were sick on the way and this was one of the reasons for stopping."
 
Campbell, John Zachariah (I25102)
 
673 According to Atlas Hall, in a message dated 28 Jul 2003: "A grave marker from the VA was recently installed and a Sons of Confederate Veterans service was held at the gravesite." Hall, James Harrison (I93010)
 
674 According to correspondence of Veryl Franklin, Mary Elizabeth and Joseph Hackney had a total of four children. Family: Hackney, Joseph M. / Franklin, Mary Elizabeth (F8590)
 
675 According to correspondence of Veryl Franklin, Sadie and David F. Williams had five children. Family: Williams, David Farmer / Franklin, Sarah D. (F1087)
 
676 According to correspondence, the family of JOHN GIBSON and ELIZABETH consisted of the following:
1. Joseph Gibson Jr.
2. Joshua
3. Absalom
4. Hezekiah
5. Elizabeth
6. Sarah
7. Thean (?)
8. Mary, married John Fields
9. Ann, Mrs. Pratt
10. Betty, Mrs. William Williams
11. Randolph

The offspring of Mary and John Fields as entered here are the Second Generation from the Veryl Franklin letter.

According to correspondence, the family of JOHN GIBSON and ELIZABETH consisted of the following:
1. Joseph Gibson Jr.
2. Joshua
3. Absalom
4. Hezekiah
5. Elizabeth
6. Sarah
7. Thean (?)
8. Mary, married John Fields

9. Ann, Mrs. Pratt
10. Betty, Mrs. William Williams
11. Randolph

The offspring of Mary and John Fields as entered here are the Second Generation from the Veryl Franklin letter. 
Fields, John A. (I9641)
 
677 According to correspondence, the family of THOMAS STRONG and ANNA FIELDS were:

1. ---
2. ---
3. ---
4. Mary (Polly) born 1802, married Thomas Quillin.
5. Julia Ann born 1805 died 1853, married Greenberry Quillin.
6. ---
7. ---

"No record of how many children they wore" (sic). 
Strong, Thomas S. (I9635)
 
678 According to death cert. #22511, he died of tuberculosis of the larnyx.
 
Combs, Silas (I21597)
 
679 According to descendant Janet Hendrickson (5 Feb 2004), "Preston was murdered in 1864 when he went to St. Louis to buy merchandise for his store." Collier, Preston Hamilton (I7476)
 
680 According to Dorothy (Carrello) McCullum: "I am really confused about the Nick Jr. born in 1938. I have always been told it was a girl, and was born dead, with the cord wrapped around her neck. Mary said they let me name her, and I named her Alice Faye, after the movie star. I can't remember that, since I was only 3 at the time." [3/2/2004] Carrello, Nick Jr. (I31318)
 
681 According to family member Lena Campbell: "Chris Craft died in VA and my grandfather Arthur Adams and his cousin Melvin Adams brought his body home in the dead of winter on a wagon. They nearly froze to death." Craft, Christopher Columbus (I2659)
 
682 According to family member Lena Campbell: "He is buried off a path off Arthur Adams Loop on Blair Branch at Jeremiah. There are no other graves nearby but his has been marked with his name by our family. Craft, Christopher Columbus (I2727)
 
683 According to family records: He taught public school in Johnson County, KY for 16 years, then they left KY between 1898 and 1900, stopped at New Buston, IL and began farming. Some time between 1903 and 1909 they went to Paton, Greene Co IA. Sherman had a great sense of humor. Worked at the school in Paton, he farmed, also. They also went to Austin, Mower Co MN and tried farming and then went back to Paton. Owned many different home places. Pack, Sherman (I263535)
 
684 According to her death certificate, she never married. Franklin, Susan Elizabeth (I249311)
 
685 According to her obituary (clipping of which is in possession of Margaret Ann Murphy, Bluefield, WV), she died at 2:45 a.m. on 28 March 1925, following "a long illness of carcinoma". She was reported as "formerly Miss Barksdale of Halifax County", the dauther of Thomas Barksdale and Julia Neal Barksdale. Funeral and burial were to be held at Mt Carmel Presbyterian Church.

The following entry was made in her personal bible:

"Maggie F. Bell died at home, near Raphhine Va. March 28, 1925, at 2:45a.m. Eliza, Mary Archer, Ethel and Charlie Dick only children present. After a long siege of suffering and four months confined to her bed, the Lord took her. 'The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.' " 
Barksdale, Maggie Flournoy (I175)
 
686 According to her tombstone, she died four hours after giving birth to William Bell. Allen, Sarah (I16841)
 
687 According to his brother John Henderson Craft, James Craft died single.


 
Craft, James W. (I2548)
 
688 According to his brother John Henderson Craft, James Craft died single.

 
Craft, James W. (I2548)
 
689 According to his brother John Henderson Craft, James Craft died single.
 
Craft, James W. (I2548)
 
690 According to his brother John Henderson Craft, James Craft died single. Craft, James W. (I2548)
 
691 According to his death certificate, he "wandered into woods -- missing several days -- dead when found". Hampton, Nelson Sanford (I245874)
 
692 According to his death certificate, he was a single day laborer living at 620 S. 5th St., Fairfield Twp., Ohio. Barger, Garfield (I230859)
 
693 According to his descendant D. J. Glasgow (Aug 2004), Lackey spelled his name without the "e" [Newsom] while others in the same family used the "e". Newsom, Lackey (I6486)
 
694 According to his granddaughter, Christine Bentley, who provided the exact date of death, he was killed in an auto accident. [16 May 2003]
 
Bentley, Abraham Houston (I16570)
 
695 According to his obituary contained in the minutes of the 1970 session of the Indian Bottom Association:

" Brother Dawson joined the Old Indian Bottom Church the first Sat. of April 1934, was baptized the first Sat. of May 1934. He served the church as deacon 34 years, and as clerk of the church 36 years, also clerk of the Indian Bottom Association for 20 years. After becoming unable to serve as clerk of the association, he was made Honorary Clerk for his faithful duties for the many years he served as clerk." 
Dixon, Dawson (I20972)
 
696 According to information provided by descendant William Bryant [hitsquad81@yahoo.com] on 26 Spt 2006:
"Hatfield died sometime between 1916 and 1922 when he got in a shootout with another man. Hatfield killed the man but he was shot in the belt buckle which went into his stomach. He died shortly after in front of my grandfather Crete."

Subsequently, descendant James Gearheart [gearhart39@gmail.com] posted the following on 15 Apr 2013:
"Hatfield died 7 May 1928 killed by Noah Vanover. I haven't heard the story of the belt buckle but I will look into it. 
Hatfield Bryant and Mary(Estep) had 6 children beside Creed (all girls)and Mary also had a child out of wedlock in 1920 ,Hatfield was in Prison at the time and I believe they were divorced.Mary later married Lee Boggs , she died 4 Feb. 1927 of TB." 
Bryant, Anse Hatfield (I10227)
 
697 According to information provided by her granddaughter, Bonnie Harvey: "Mary was very young when her parents died and was raised by her sister and brother-in-law, Elizabeth and Sylvester Hall. They moved to Idaho and she married Evan. Her family lost track of her." [June 2003] Newsome, Mary Frances (I20093)
 
698 According to Janet Hendrickson (in a message dated 5 Feb 2004): "James died in the Marine General Hospital March 3 1865 of typhoid in St. Louis, Mo.. He was in the Union army at the time and he is buried at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo." Collier, James (I7773)
 
699 According to Noah Reynolds, this "trouble grew out of W. S. Wright accusing Lige and Sam Wright of killing his dog. W. S. Wright mustered a band of fifteen men and went in the night to the home of Sam and Lige Wright, broke down their door. The fighting, shooting and killing commenced. Andy Wright and Bill Wright, known as "old Bill" Wright being killed and "Black Bill" Wright was severely wounded. Wright, William (I6419)
 
700 According to researcher Janet Skelton (janetskelton0713@aol.com):

Ambrose enlisted in the army in Augusta Co., VA, in 1777, for three years service. He served as a private in Capt. Thomas Bell's and Breckinridge's companies and in Col. Grayson's and Nathaniel Gist's 16th Regiment. He was promoted to Corporal in October 1778, and was with Washington at Valley Forge during the winter of 1778. His military record shows that he was among the sick that winter. He was taken prisoner at the siege of Charleston in 1780, escaped, and reached home 18 days before his enlistment expired. [http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3266317&id=I647460065] 
Jones, Rev. Ambrose (I75253)
 
701 According to some researchers, she divorced Kilgore after she caught him committing incest with a niece. Family: Kilgore, Henry / Robinette, Sarah Elizabeth (F90672)
 
702 According to the "Autobiography of Corporal Fess Whitaker", written in 1918, "Link Banks was killed forty years ago by J. H. Frese." (p. 92) Banks, Lincoln (I31844)
 
703 According to the 1850 Census of Letcher County, Judah was still alive and residing in the household of Joan and Nancy Sumner. Stewart, Judah (I5021)
 
704 According to the 1900 census of Dickenson County , there were 6 peop
le living in William's house. One of which was his brother-in-law Henry B
art Smith. 
Kiser, William Patton (I92352)
 
705 According to the Chronicles of Border Warfare...

:Thomas returned [to the Virginia settlements] in 1783, but soon after removed and settled, on the Scioto, near Chillicothe." 
Renick, Joshua Archer (I6209)
 
706 According to the Chronicles of Border Warfare...

:Thomas returned [to the Virginia settlements] in 1783, but soon after removed and settled, on the Scioto, near Chillicothe." 
Renick, Col. William (I241087)
 
707 According to the Chronicles of Border Warfare...

:Thomas returned [to the Virginia settlements] in 1783, but soon after removed and settled, on the Scioto, near Chillicothe." 
Renick, Thomas (I241089)
 
708 According to the book "King's Mountain and Its Heroes", by Lyman C. Draper, LL.D., (Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, Publr., 1881), Jesse Franklin was a Captain and Adjutant in the regiment of his uncle, Colonel Benjamin Cleveland, at the Battle of King's Mountain. He later fought at Guilford, and rose to the rank of Major by the end of the Revolutionary War.
Jesse Franklin later served in Congress and the Senate, as well as the state houses of North Carolina. He was appointed in 1816 as a Commissioner to hold treaty talks with the Chickasaw Indians. In 1820, he was elected Governor of North Carolina. 
Franklin, Jesse (I1579)
 
709 According to the correspondence of Veryl Franklin, James Franklin had a total of eight children by his two wives. Family: Franklin, James Lafayette / Holbrook, Mary Jane (F8589)
 
710 According to the entry in the death records, he was married, a farmer, and was born in Wilkes County, NC. The cause of death was "fever chills". Craft, Archelous Jr. (I2418)
 
711 According to the interview of John Henderson Craft by Rev. John J. Dickey (the Dickey Diaries, 15 Jun 1898), John Adams died in an unusual accident. "John Adams wanted some gun powder to kill a squirrel for his sick wife, and that article being very scarce, he undertook to open a bomb that had been dropped by Gen. Humphrey Marshall's army, in order to get the powder. It exploded in his hands and blew him into atoms. His wife died in a few days." Adams, John Isom (I2459)
 
712 According to the manuscripts of Emory L. Hamilton:

"At a court held for Washington County, on March 18, 1778, Thomas Carter, brother of Dale, was appointed Administrator of his estate, with Richard Stanton and William Houston as his securities. The estate was appraised by Archibald Scott, Joseph Butcher, John Carter (another brother) and Richard Stanton." 
Carter, Edward Dale (I29042)
 
713 According to the marriage license, Harvey was widowed and Nancy was single. Kiser, Harvey George (I238851)
 
714 According to the marriage record, Thomas Burk was a widower at the time he wedded Sarah Bell. Family: Burk, Thomas Nelson / Bell, Sarah Ann Nelson (F91935)
 
715 According to the pension application on behalf of Bathena Everidge, his service was during the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. He served as a private in Campbell's Company of the 10th Kentucky Volunteers. Eldridge, Hugh (I30442)
 
716 According to the recollections of Earl Mohn, who was only three when W. H. Mohn died and therefore had only indirect information, his father was raised in Springfield, Illinois. He had at least one brother who "went west", probably to Washington State, as a labor organizer.

Bill Mohn first came to Eastern Kentucky as a railroad worker laying the L & N tracks into the coal fields. After marrying Jane Pratt, he settled at Thornton, Kentucky, where he was a miner. Later, the family moved to Baxter, Kentucky (Harlan County), where he was working as a powder-shot foreman for Austin Powder Company at the time of his death. 
Mohn, William Howard (I69)
 
717 According to the registration form, he was living with his wife Nancy in Whitesburg, where he worked as a miner for Whitesburg Coal Company. This registration is the source for his date of birth, 5 Jun 1877. Stacy, William M. (I3904)
 
718 According to the self-interested narrative of Noah Reynolds, 'Linvil Higgins' "was killed at a point where Hindman, the county seat of Knott County, Ky., now is. This man Higgins was killed by three men, one of which was Wm. S. Wright..." This was the opening event of the feud between Clabe Jones and "Devil" John Wright.

The actual killers did not include William S. Wright. They are believed to have been Sam "Kinky-Haired" Wright, Wash Craft, and Ben Jones. 
Hagins, Linville (I24910)
 
719 According to the transcription of "Implied Marriages of Russell County", the implied marriage between Henry Martin, decedent, and Polly, daughter of "Isam Hall", was entered in WB 2:95. Date of marriage was entered as 13 Aug 1805.

The record reflects the filing of a Power of Attorney from "Polly Smith (his daughter) to Isaac [sic] Hall to recover her dower interest in former husband, Henry Martin (dec'd) estate." The Power of Attorney was acknowledged by Reuben Smith and Polly Smith. 
Family: Martin, Henry / Hall, Mary (F11654)
 
720 According to Waddell's Annals of Augusta County:

He served in the Colonial Indian Wars and was in the battle of Fort Duquesne (now Pittsburgh). The operations against the French and Indians on the Ohio River were under the command of General Edward Braddock, who arrived from England in February, 1755. He brought two Royal Regiments, the 18th commanded by Lieut. Col. Dunbar, and the 44th commanded by Sir Peter Halkett. General Braddock appointed George Washington his aide-de-camp. There were 800 troops from Virginia (the Virginia Blues). They marched from Alexandria, Virginia, leaving 20 April and reached the Monongahela and crossed it 9 July 1755. They were ambushed that day by the French troops and a large force of Indians. General Braddock and approximately 1000 of his troops were killed. Col. George Washington conducted the retreat of his own militia as well as the British troops. This is the event that is referred to as "Braddock's defeat." Other members of the Mathews family were present on this occasion as well. George Mathews was present, and how many others is uncertain. 
Mathews, Col. Sampson (I374)
 
721 According to War of 1812 veterans' pension records, he received bounty land under warrant 67174-40-50, and his widow was awarded bounty land warrant 62963-120-55. Boatright, Meador (I23791)
 
722 According to WikiPedia, James H. Webb Sr. was "a career officer in the U.S. Air Force, flew B-17s and B-29s during World War II, and dropped cargo during the Berlin Airlift. After developing an inner ear disorder, Meniere's Disease, which grounded him as a pilot, he became a pioneer in the Air Force missile programs. He later served as the Commanding Officer of the 1001st Missile Squadron at Vandenberg Air Force Base." Webb, Col. James Henry Sr. (I112426)
 
723 ACCOUNTANT IN KANAWHA VALLEY HAVE OBITUARY CLIPPING OF HIS DEATH Morris, John Hansford Jr. (I625)
 
724 Address: Coeburn; Dickenson County; Virginia
Joshua was a farmer and a coal miner. 
Smith, Joshua (I71750)
 
725 Address: Dumps Creek; Russell County, Virginia Sutherland, Alexander (I92436)
 
726 Address: Near Carbo; Sandy Ridge; Russell County, Virginia
Ephrim bought land on the Clinch River, up Dumps Creek and onto San
dy Ridge (so named because of its sandy soil and seemingly inexhaustible a
mount of sandstone rock).



On October 16, 1813 Ephriam enlisted in Lt. Andrew Caldwell's Compa
ny of Virginia Malita and was sent to Norfolk. There he was transferr
ed to Captain John Dillard's Company and served in the Artillery on Crane
ys Island. He was Honorably discharged on March 13, 1814. 
Kiser, Ephraim (I34184)
 
727 After a period of service as a federal surveyor in Iowa, he joined the regular Army and served during the Blackhawk Wars and other Indian uprisings, as well as the Mexican War, over the next twenty years. He retired as a lieutenant colonel as he neared age 70. Boone, Col. Nathan (I30135)
 
728 After a period of service as a federal surveyor in Iowa, he joined the regular Army and served during the Blackhawk Wars and other Indian uprisings, as well as the Mexican War, over the next twenty years. He retired as a lieutenant colonel as he neared age 70. Boone, Col. Nathan (I30135)
 
729 AFTER DEATH OF MOSE CORNETT, JANE WINNIE MAGGARD MARRIED ANDREW PRINCE WHO HAD TWO SONS, ONE WAS JOHN PRINCE WHO MARRIED GEORGIA COLLIER Cornett, Moses (I6897)
 
730 After enlistment at Camp Taylor, he then went to Camp (now Ft.) Knox, then to Camp Mills, NY. From there he was shipped to Glasgow, Scotland, then to France and Germany. Franklin, Frederick C. Jr. (I30616)
 
731 After his father's death and remarriage of his mother to Bill Renfro, Hibert adopted his step-father's surname. Branham, Hibbert William (I32568)
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