Notes

[NI00003] Pictures OF Tombstones

[NI00011] he was a blacksmith

[NI00015] lived in Mt.Pleasant Township,Westmoreland Co,PA. He was a millwright

[NI00017] Not Proven Parentage of Abraham/Jacob/James/John/Isaac

[NI00019] md by Enos Thomas JP. ; Bio Sketches Beaver CO PA 1899 PP 397-8.
The proposed ancestry of this Adam Hays was provided by Elven K. Zongker
as follows; Johanne DeHaes b. 1622-1680 d 1704-1764. Son Adam Hays b.
1703 New Castle. PA., 1757-1795 m. Charity Dennison. Children ; 1. Adam
or John Hays, 2. Charity Hays b. 1784-1850 m. William Kennedy. "John or
Adam" had a son Adam (this Adam).

[NI00049] Of Frederick CO MD And/OR New Jersey. Moved From Youngstown to Beaver CO
PA 1795

[NI00062] Bio Sketch Beaver CO PA PP 397-8

Caldwells Atlas OF Beaver CO PA 1876 Shows Pic OF Res & Carriage Shop

A blacksmith

[NI00063] Bio Sketch Beaver CO PA PP 397-8 ; Manager For Butler & Jackson
(Rochester PA

[NI00072] died age 9

[NI00083] Died Age 61 Yrs 10 MO 27 Days

[NI00084] Died Age 76 Yrs 10 MO 27 Days

[NI00091] Only Son OF Abraham Powers TO Remain in Beaver CO PA. records of Helene
Reed Wheeler

[NI00092] Bapt Meth/Remin Pittsb Chr Advocate 1857. Chippewa UN Meth CH Hist
Sketch 1796-71 Bvr CO PA. there were 4 additional unknown children

[NI00093] Tombstone Say Age 69 Yrs 5 MO 25 Days

[NI00097] Possibly Maiden Name=Allen/ 1ST Marr Name=Bryant

[NI00104] records of Helene Reed Wheeler

[NI00106] See War 1812 Records. Lived Mecca Twp 15 Yrs. Helene Reed Wheeler
Records

[NI00108] was left in bad shape/probably died with her sister Phebe during Indian
Attack in Huron CO OH 1830

[NI00109] died in an indian attack

[NI00113] Austins Genealogical Dictionary OF Rhode Island

[NI00114] Austins Genealogical Dictionary OF Rhode Island

[NI00134] Scotsman/Parishoner OF Rev Harriman AS Early AS 1694

Wit AT Will OF Benj Ogdon OF Elizabeth NJ 1722

Prob Related TO Hugh Creighton OF That Area

[NI00139] Memo OF Isaac (S/O Abraham & Phoebe (Winans) Powers) Gives Relationship.
Lived Wheatfield Twp Westmoreland CO PA. 1786 Went TO Limestone (Now
Maysville Mason CO) KY

[NI00140] Parentage Not Proven

[NI00141] Parentage Not Proven

[NI00225] Letchr CO KY Mar Reg BK2 PG8/Land Deeds

Census/1880 Letchr CO KY/1900 Taney CO MO

Death Certificate

[NI00226] Rice Trails 1717-1977 by Nan Rice Shute

[NI00227] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00228] Rice Trails 1717-1977 by Nan Rice Shute

Moved TO Newberry Dist SC Then TO Abbyville Dist SC

[NI00229] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

Mentioned IN Her Husband'S Will Probated 06 Oct 1789 Abbyvl SC

[NI00234] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00235] Death Certificate

Charles Adams recalls Martha giving birth

CA 1896-7 IN The Chip Yard While Working

[NI00240] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI00242] 1800 Letcher CO KY Census

1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 355-362

[NI00243] The Children Are Assumed TO BY OF MR Morrow But Not Certain

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00244] They Removed TO Missouri

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00245] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00247] Removed TO Lincoln CO MO 1828

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00248] Lived near Cumberland Gap, in Claiborne Co., TN
Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00249] HE Was A Gunsmith Near Cumberland Gap

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00250] Census/1880 Letcher CO KY/1900 Taney CO MO/1910 Taney CO MO

Hit BY A Car

[NI00251] Mentioned IN Her Father'S Will Probated 06 Oct 1789 SC

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00252] Mentioned IN Her Father'S Will Probated 06 Oct 1789 SC

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00253] Mentioned IN His Father'S Will Probated 06 Oct 1789 SC

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00254] Died AT Birth OF Dau Polly Ann

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00255] 1880 Letcher CO KY Census

1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 102

[NI00256] Ray Paralyzed BY Brain Tumor AT About Age 25-30

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI00257] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00259] 1880 Letcher CO KY Census

[NI00260] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI00261] 1880 Letcher CO KY Census

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI00262] 1880 Letcher CO KY Census

[NI00266] 1900 Taney CO MO Census

[NI00271] !Some of the Bents in Framingham at this time were: John, Peter, and
Robert. One of them may have been father of Agnes.

!New england families (origins 0f) by Gary Boyd Roberts p.182-183

[NI00281] His will was petitioned on this date by his son, Samuel Davis Jr.

Source:CREECH FAMILY by James M. Creech, Snow Hill, NC

[NI00287] Source:CREECH FAMILY by James M. Creech, Snow Hill NC

[NI00304] Attention**The surname Povey/Poovey/Bovey/Boovey are interchangeable and
the variations are used throughout all the records.
re: Gene B. Rooks: Will of Conrad Povey, dated Dec. 18, 1766 and
presented to the Court in January 1767, recorded in Mecklenburg Co. WB
F. (Usual preamble) - I give and dispose of the same in the following
form, executors Mary Magdelene Povey and Jacob Sester, Mathias Berringer.
Item: I bequeath to my beloved wife Magdelene [use of] my whole estate
as long as she keeps from marrying, and if she marries she has her third
and the children the other part which every part I
do give them. Item: I bequeath to Jacob Sester one bay mare branded on
the
rear side "BK". Item: I bequeath to John Sester one dark bay mare
branded on the rear side "B". Item: I bequeath to Adam Sester one black
bay mare branded on the rear side "B". Item: I bequeath to Mathias Povey
one sorral mare branded on the rear side "B". Item: I bequeath to
Magdalene Povey one bay mare branded on the rear side "IE". Item: I
bequeath to John Sester five pounds to secure himself. Item: I bequeath
to Adam Sester five pounds to secure himself. Item: and what is left of
all my whole estate Magdelene must have her third and the other must be
divided amongst the children if this [part] should increase too I ask the
executors sell it to maintain the children and what is over they may let
it set in interest. This is my last will and testament--do ordain and
constitute my sole executrix of this my last will and testament. I do
hereby revoke and isannull every other former testaments----In witness
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 18th day of December
1766. Conrad Povey (Seal). Wotnesses: Martain Phifer, Philip Anthony,
Johannes Suffrett, Heinrich Setser
The implication is that the wife of Conrad Povey is named Magdalene, and
his daughter Mary Magdelene is the wife of Jacob Sester/Setzer.

[NI00306] Records of Chris Schultheis (2 Oct 1997) give the birthplace of John as
Rowan Co, NC.Records of Chris Schultheis (2 Oct 1997) give the birthplace
of John as Rowan Co, NC. According to The Ancestors of Claude Rankin
Moser by James and Mary Beddingfield, page 282: - John and wife Catherine
lived in a part of Lincoln Co, NC that became part of Catawba Co in
1842. Their home was west of present day Newton. After Catherine's
death, John married Christina Moose. The marriage took place in Lincoln
Co, NC. John and Catherine were buried in Old St.
Paul's Church Cemetery. It is unknown where Christina is buried.
According to personal records of Kay Inman dated July 1997: - John Setzer
and Christina Moose had no children. Buried St. Pauls Lutheran Church,
Newton, Catawba Co., NC

[NI00309] pension rec/Rev War/1781-. History of Caldwell Co,NC. Setzer and Allied
Families, by Lawrence Wood. Adam and his family bur Gamewell,NC. Recs
of Chris Schultheis (2 oct 1997) state Adam b. abt 1758 in Rowan Co,NC.
Buried at Little John Meth. Church

[NI00316] Will dated 25 Oct 1861, executed 1861; plantation to wife, Jemima until
she dies, then to Jacob M McCall, son of John McCall, his "Friend"; No
mention of any children.
History of Caldwell Co,NC
Both Jacob and Jemima buried at Littlejohn Methodist Church Cemetery.

[NI00318] History of Caldwell Co,NC
Martha Jane Pearson ,second wife had no children
Elizabeth (Betsy) Setzer, sister of William married Lewis Crump. Thier
daughter Levina, married William's son,Caleb,and moved to Jackson Co.
Indiana in 1851.
Betty Key of Bedford Ind. is the great grand-daughter of
Levina and is in Possession of information handed down to her,stating
that William(Billy) Setzer married Jenny Brown(Jane).She also named seven
of Caleb's uncles and aunts who were the children of Joshua and Phebe
Brown
Author of this information has searched for a link to Jane
Tipps without any luck. would appreciate any information relating to this.

[NI00320] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI00322] Marriage record list Adam as "John Adam Setzer"

History of Caldwell Co,NC
Married 1-03-1810 in Burke Co. NC.Mary Polly Shell was John Shell Jr.'s
sister. Moved to Floyd Co. Kentucky about 1830.Returned to Caldwell Co.
and settled on Lower Creek

[NI00323] from the records of Brenda Bova >
received through (6 Oct 1997)..

[NI00326] Buried Littlejohn Methodist Church Cemetery Lenoir Caldwell Co.,NC

[NI00335] Much of the information provided on Allen Christian and his descendants
was provided by Dorothy Amburgey Griffith (1979) and Glenn Williams,
internet address (1997)
Information Ref:
The Christian Family Chronicles. By Agnes B. Pearlman 2001 North Westwood
Avenue, Santa Anna, California 92706. The Travels of Allen and Juda
Christian.
DECLARATION In order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed
June 7th 1832. State of Indiana, Shelby County: SS. On the 12th day of
November 1833 personally appeared in open Court before the probate court
of Shelby Co now sitting Allen Christian a resident of Liberty Township
is said county, aged seventy nine years on the 22nd day of May last. Who
being duly sworn according to the law doth on his oath make the
following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of
Congress passed June 7th 1832. Proof and details of his Revolutionary War
Service. Jan 1981, pages 363-365.Christian Chronicles.
There is a strong likelihood that Allen was a grandson of the immigrant
Thomas
Christian of Charles City County, Va whose will was probated 17 May 1737
in Goochland Co, Va, since Thomas' lands on the tributaries of Willis
River left to his children subsequently fell within the bounds of the
Cumberland.
(1) Allen born in Cumberland 1754
(2) 1779, a son born, Prince Edward Co, Va
(3) 1780-1794, lived in Bedford Co.
(4) 1794-1809, lived in Giles Co, WVA.
(5) 1809-1825, lived on Guyandotte River, southeast of Logan Court House.
(6) 1825, moved to Shelby Co, Ind where two daughters settled.
A query from Lowell McKinster , dated Feb 1998 statess
that; According to Allen's Rev. War pension application he lived in
Bedford Co., VA, Giles Co., VA, Guyandotte, VA, and Shelby Co., IN. I
have been told that a Logan County History states that Thomas Christian
(son of Allen) was a nephew of COL WILLIAM CHRISTIAN of Montgomery Co.,
VA. (I have not personally seen this ref.). Much of the information
provided on Allen Christian and his descendants was provided by Dorothy
Amburgey Griffith (1979) and Glenn Williams, internet address
(1997) Information Ref:
The Christian Family Chronicles. By Agnes B. Pearlman 2001 North Westwood
Avenue, Santa Anna, California 92706. The Travels of Allen and Juda
Christian.
DECLARATION In order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed
June 7th 1832. State of Indiana, Shelby County: SS. On the 12th day of
November 1833 personally appeared in open Court before the probate court
of Shelby Co now sitting Allen Christian a resident of Liberty Township
is said county, aged seventy nine years on the 22nd day of May last. Who
being duly sworn according to the law doth on his oath make the
following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of
Congress passed June 7th 1832. Proof and details of his Revolutionary War
Service. Jan 1981, pages 363-365.Christian Chronicles.
There is a strong likelihood that Allen was a grandson of the immigrant
Thomas
Christian of Charles City County, Va whose will was probated 17 May 1737
in Goochland Co, Va, since Thomas' lands on the tributaries of Willis
River left to his children subsequently fell within the bounds of the
Cumberland.
(1) Allen born in Cumberland 1754
(2) 1779, a son born, Prince Edward Co, Va
(3) 1780-1794, lived in Bedford Co.
(4) 1794-1809, lived in Giles Co, WVA.
(5) 1809-1825, lived on Guyandotte River, southeast of Logan Court House.
(6) 1825, moved to Shelby Co, Ind where two daughters settled.
A query from Lowell McKinster , dated Feb 1998 statess
that; According to Allen's Rev. War pension application he lived in
Bedford Co., VA, Giles Co., VA, Guyandotte, VA, and Shelby Co., IN. I
have been told that a Logan County History states that Thomas Christian
(son of Allen) was a nephew of COL WILLIAM CHRISTIAN of Montgomery Co.,
VA. (I have not personally seen this ref.).

[NI00339] Martha (Farris) Gatliff will, Monroe Co,VA

Pine et all deeds, Giles Co,VA

Marriage registers

Agnes Branch Perlman of Santa Ana,CA family records

[NI00346] Jonesboro Was Then IN The Lost State OF Franklin

Hanged For Murdering His Son-IN-Law

[NI00350] this family provided by

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; (918)476-8262

source: "Applachian Crossroads", Vol II, III & IV by Clayton R. Cox,
1993, Lexington,KY

[NI00359] The sons of Elizabeth (John and Joseph) are known to have removed to
Philadelphia PA. Following are some extracts from the Christ Church,
Philadelphia PA microfilm, that should help us in reconstructing the
families of these descendants. It is the opinion of this compiler, based
on these church records, that we are probably missing a son, named Thomas.
Hannah, wife of John Stamper, date of burial 31 January 1752.
Dinah, wife of Thomas Stamper, date of burial 14 September 1748;
Joseph Stamper's Son, date of burial 22 May 1762;
John Stamper, date of burial 30 July 1782 Rev'd Doctor White, Rector;
Hannah, daughter of Joseph & Sarah Stamper, date of burial 02 January
1764;
John, son of Thomas Stamper, date of burial 07 June 1736;
There is apparently another Thomas that doesn't seem to fit. Are we
missing
something? Did John and Joseph Stamper (sons of John 1640 and Elizabeth
of Middlesex Co, VA) have a brother, Thomas that was not listed in the
Christ Church, Middlesex Co, VA records????

[NI00361] Sarah was widow at her dau, Mary's bapt in 1687,Christ Church,Middlesex
Co,VA

[NI00369] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00378] killed by indians,Powell's valley

[NI00382] died young

[NI00391] Christ Church Parrish records,Middlesex Co,VA

[NI00399] served in Rev War. Pension application S16544.;
per records of Jackie Stamper (1997) Jacob to Wilkes Co, NC abt 1767,
Gallitin co, KY 1810, to Eagle Creek, Owen Co, KY 1813. In 1778 Jacob
entered the Am. Rev. in service of the United States as a volunteer in a
company commanded by Capt. Richard Allen and Wm. Reynolds was the
lieutenant and that the company was attached to a regiment commanded by
Colonel Benjamin Cleveland. Jacob was a resident of Wilkes co, NC and
was about 16 years old when he volunteered.
From Cheryl Malo: Rev War pension app for Jacob states he fought at
King's Mtn, and was a scout. Served with brothers Joshua and Jesse, and
b-i-ls Toliver and Burton. On a trip to the New River area, they captured
and hung a Tory, believed to be Zachariah Goss, according to Draper
Manuscripts. Jacob had a land entry in 1779 for 100 acres near Little
Mountain. Jury duty in 1801 in Wilkes Co, NC and 'lay off road' in 1803.
History of WIlkes Co gives Jacob's birth year as 1762. (The family would
have still been in Amherst Co, VA that year?). Stamper Footprints
states he was less than 5 feet tall. He traveled to Cincinnati with two
sons, Jesse and Johnathan, to build brick houses. Later the three
traveled to Owen Co, KY where the two sons met and married two Sebastian
sisters.served in Rev War.
per Judy ; It is my understanding that they were inn
Wilkes Co. then went on to Ky. For some reason Jacob Stamper moved back
and forth for a few times before he finally settles in Owen Co. What is
interesting is that Jonathan's son, Hugh, married an Owen Co girl and
settled there. The others did not. Hugh has been said to be a son of
Jesse Stamper, but his son was named Hiram. All of Jesse's 17 children
have been accounted for and Hugh is not one. It seems that our families
were more mobile than was previously thought.

[NI00401] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00402] per Oliver Stamper (1945): James B. Stamper (William, James), farmer.: b.
December 13, 1797, either in North Carolina or in what is now Letcher
County, Kentucky. He had five wives, two or three of whom may have been
common law wives, by all of whom he had children. 1st wife' Tamer Olson;
2nd. Rebecca Osborn; 3rd. Miss Hatton; 4th. Miss Robinson; 5th. Sallie
Jones. He moved from Letcher County to Morgan County, Kentucky, either
before or at the time his father did. Have conflicting reports about
his death. according to one report he was killed by Union soldiers
January 29, 1864. His Grandson, James H. Stamper, says he died in 1858
at West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky. He is buried at or near
Grassycreek Kentucky.

[NI00403] per Oliver Stamper:
Rachel Stamper (William, James) b. 1803. M. Gideon Ison, son of George
and (Ingram) Ison. They settled at mouth of Defeated Creek on Line Fork
in what is now Letcher County, Kentucky. Rachel died in 1893 and is
apparently buried with her husband on Line Fork. She was blind for 20
years prior to her death.
Oliver Stamper names the following children: George, John, Elijah,
Bony, Moses, Jonah, Dock, Usley, & Gideon.

[NI00405] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Hiram H. Stamper (William, James), farmer. b.
April 19, 1806. M Matilda Hogg, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Kelly)
Hogg, October 11,, 1827, in what is now Letcher County, Kentucky. They
moved to Morgan County shortly thereafter. Do not have the dates, of
death or exact place of burial.

[NI00406] Lucinda a widow in 1850 Letcher co,KY census.
per Oliver Stamper: John Whit Stamper (William, James), fanner, hunter.
trapper and pioneer b. May 28, 1808, in what is now Letcher County,
Kentucky. M. Lucinda (Cinda) Hogg,, daughter of James and Elizabeth
(Kelly) Hogg, December 29, 1829, in what is now Letcher County,
Kentucky. She was born February 29, 1812. They moved about 1840 to Red
River in Wolfe County, Kentucky, near Hazelgreen where he operated a
carding machine. He failed in business and returned about 1844 to Letcher
County. Settled on mountain at head of Elk. May give lived for a time
on Rockhouse Acquired 50 acres on Rockhouse September 9, 1844; 100 acres
on Elk and 50 acres on Montgomery July 8, 1846. He died, June 26, 1849
and is buried in cemetery at head of Elk---Probably the first person to
be buried there. Lucinda lived there until after the Civil War when she
went to live or stay for a while with her oldest son, James P. on
Carr's Fork in what is now Knott County.. She later went to live or stay
for a while with her son William R. on Crase's Branch of Rockhouse,
where she died September 12, 1879. She is buried with her husband at the
head of Elk.

[NI00407] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Elizabeth Stamper (William, James) b. January
16, 1811 or January 7, 1812. M. Daniel Hagins August 26, 1832, in what is
now Letcher County,Kentucky. He was born February 22, 1807.. They
settled on Quicksand Creek m Breathitt County Kentucky, and reared a
family of ten children. Elizabeth died March 6, 1870, and Daniel died
September 12, 1866. They are apparently buried on Quicksand Creek.

[NI00408] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Malinda Stamper (William, James) b. May 29,
1814 m. Elisha Breeding who had three children by a former marriage with
Paulina Childers: Preston, Wesley and Elizabeth. Malinda and Elisha
lived on Breeding's Creek in what is now Knott County, Kentucky, where
she died May 18, 1894. He was killed in 1863 by a band of guerrillas
on Southern side in the war between the States.

[NI00411] James A. Stamper of Dwarf, KY believes this Johanna MAY be the mother of
Pewter John Stamper before her marriage to Gordon Perkins.

[NI00412] This Matilda is not proven, but does fit. The 1790 Census of Randolph
co, NC shows James Stamper and Sarah Moore with 2 sons? & 6 daughters.
??We show 4 sons and only 3 daus (including Matilda) by 1790 ??

[NI00413] Margaret a widow age 60 VA in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census. Thomas & Margaret
lived in Letcher & Morgan Counties in KY. Their children lived in Morgan
& Wolfe counties in KY.
The 1850 Morgan Co, KY census lists 2 Carlines; 1 age 26 KY, the other
age 16.
There appears to be some discrepancies regarding the children in this
family.
William O'Connor's list gives 9 children, 4 of which were not included in
the other sources. Those 4 were George W., Emmaline, Emma, and Jane.
Most other sources hae contained and additional 6 children that were not
on O'Connor's. Those 6 children were Jefferson, Jackson, Lodena, Nancy,
Julian, and Caroline.
If we were to add all these children together, we would come up with 15,
which is not impossible, but improbable. It is more likely that some of
these names are middle names or nick names, and could be combined. For
instance, Jane on the O'Connor's list and Nancy from the other sources
might be Nancy Jane. That statement is only an example, not a fact.
Oliver Stamper (1945): Thomas Moore Stamper, farmer, trapper, hunter and
trader. b.. at Grassy- creek North Carolina--date unknown. M. Margaret or
lizabeth Stitt in North Carolina They moved to Grayson County, Virginia,
about 1820 and
from there to Morgan County, Kentucky, a few years later They are both
buried at or near Grassycreek,, Kentucky. He names the following 10
children: George b. 1810. M. Jane Nickell; James b. 1812; Lodemia Never
married; Caroline m. Samuel Stacy; Jefferson Stitt b. 1818; Julia Ann
m. John Williams; Elizabeth M. John Frisby; Enna m. Howard Wallis;
Eli b. 1828 m. Perkins; Jane, m. Josiah Heavens.Margaret a widow age
60 VA in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census. Thomas & Margaret lived in Letcher &
Morgan Counties in KY. Their children lived in Morgan & Wolfe counties
in KY.
The 1850 Morgan Co, KY census lists 2 Carlines; 1 age 26 KY, the other
age 16.
There appears to be some discrepancies regarding the children in this
family.
William O'Connor's list gives 9 children, 4 of which were not included in
the other sources. Those 4 were George W., Emmaline, Emma, and Jane.
Most other sources hae contained and additional 6 children that were not
on O'Connor's. Those 6 children were Jefferson, Jackson, Lodena, Nancy,
Julian, and Caroline.
If we were to add all these children together, we would come up with 15,
which is not impossible, but improbable. It is more likely that some of
these names are middle names or nick names, and could be combined. For
instance, Jane on the O'Connor's list and Nancy from the other sources
might be Nancy Jane. That statement is only an example, not a fact.
Oliver Stamper (1945): Thomas Moore Stamper, farmer, trapper, hunter and
trader. b.. at Grassy- creek North Carolina--date unknown. M. Margaret or
lizabeth Stitt in North Carolina They moved to Grayson County, Virginia,
about 1820 and
from there to Morgan County, Kentucky, a few years later They are both
buried at or near Grassycreek,, Kentucky. He names the following 10
children: George b. 1810. M. Jane Nickell; James b. 1812; Lodemia Never
married; Caroline m. Samuel Stacy; Jefferson Stitt b. 1818; Julia Ann
m. John Williams; Elizabeth M. John Frisby; Enna m. Howard Wallis;
Eli b. 1828 m. Perkins; Jane, m. Josiah Heavens.

[NI00417] Pilgram AT Plymouth

lived in England
!Among first settlers to Sudbury 1639, over from England.

!Became one of the largest landowners of Sudbury and was
representative in the Ma. State Legislature for 5 years. Also served for
eleven years as a selectman and judge in small cases. Later he moved to
Marlboro (1660) and bought more land and later died there.

!Freeman 5/13/1642

!SEE PARISH RECORDS OF BURY ST.EDMUNDS, SUFFOLK.

!Edmund may have had a twin brother, Robert.
see Rice file; Worthington Chart for Thomas.

!Holmes in "Ancetral Heads of New England Families" (1984) p-cc says
Edmund was born in Barkhamstead, County Hertz,Eng.

!SAVAGE VOL.3 P528By The Name of Rice by Rice.

!American Genealogist(1950) Vol.26 pp10-11Ancestry of Wife of
Edmund Rice" by Bennett---ALSO---
Vol.10 pp133-137 "English notes on Edmund Rice" by Mary Lovering
Holman

!Yesteryears #7 Apr.1959 p37Rice Genealogy by A.H. Ward (1858)

!Edmund Rice and His Familyby Elsie Hawes Smith (1938)

!RiceAnnals of Sudburyby Wayland and Maynard

!NEHGR Vol.39 p108Amer. Gen. (1934) V.10 pp133-137; (1939) v.15
p227

!Magna Charta Books Vol.8 p2805by Wurtz

!Hist. of Princeton Vol.2 pp238-239by Blake (1915)

!Genealogical Register of Edmund Rice Desc. (1970)by Rice Assoc.

!White Family p53by A.L. White (1913)

!Rice Familyby Andrew Henshaw Ward (1858)

!Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope p.383

!Stevens Miller Ancestry by W.L. Hollman V.II, (152) pp143-144

!Genealogical Register of First Families of New England by John Farmer
p.242

!History of Framingham by J.H. Temple p.680-681

!History of Framingham by William Barry p.371

!Ancestral Heads of New England Families by Frank R. Holmes
(1620-1700) p.200

!BURKES AMERICAN FAMILIES WITH BRITISH ANCESTRY Plate XVIII shows
Rice crest (Gleanings Book 6)

!BURKES AMERICAN FAMILIES WITH BRITISH ANCESTRY p.2884

!Early Massacusetts Marriages by Frederick Bailey Vol.III, p.83 Under
name of Edward.

!TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH EMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND
by Charles Edward Banks p.66

See Frederick Virkus (SAYS HE WAS A MAGISTRATE)

"Ancestry of Edward Wales Blake and Clarissa Matilda Glidden" by Edith
Bartlett Sumner (1948) pp.206-209

[NI00418] The parentage of Thomasine Frost was extracted from the records of Sue
Roe (16 Oct 1997). Previous recorded her name ass
Tamasine FROST/HOSMER?
!Ancestry of John Harrington Stevens by Winfred Lovering Holman.
V.II 1952 pp 143 & 144

!Sudbury, Ma. Vital Records

!American Genealogist v.26 pp 10-11 (1950)--and
Vol.10 pp133-137 "English notes on Edmund Rice" by Mary Lovering
Holman

!Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope p.383

!History of Framingham by J.H. Temple p.681

[NI00419] father is RN=50001

[NI00421] per Oliver Stamper (1945): They apparently settled on Rockhouse in
Letcher County and are buried in- cemetery at mouth of Colly.

[NI00425] ch;Joseph, added by Oliver Stamper's book (1945)

[NI00426] William's Will (probated May 1831 in Granville Co, NC according to Marge
Turner) left money in trust for the care of his "most unfortunate and
helpless" daughter, Mary. Named 3 sons, 3 dau (2 married). No surviving
wife.William's Will (probated May 1831 in Granville Co, NC according to
Marge Turner) left money in trust for the care of his "most unfortunate
and helpless" daughter, Mary. Named 3 sons, 3 dau (2 married). No
surviving wife.

[NI00428] She Was 20 IN 1850 Census

[NI00430] Taulbee records state there were 7 children between Betty & Hattie

[NI00438] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI00439] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI00440] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI00448] LDS Archives: Family Group Record of stepson, John Parsell

[NI00453] per Sherry Lowe (Oct 29, 1997): According to the Parks Family Bible,
Rachel Parks, wife of Jonathan Brooks Stamper, was born 12-3-1733 in King
George Co., VA. She is believed to have died in 1793 in Wilkes County,
NC. Rachel's father, John, was born 5/18/1706 in Essex County, VA, the
son of Thomas Parks, II, b. cir 1675 in Pappahannock Co., VA and of
course grandson of Thomas Parks and died 1792 in Wilkes County, NC He
and Mary Sharp married 8/20/1732 in King George Co., VA. Mary Sharp was
born 8/20/1715 in VA, the d/o Elias Sharp and Margaret Proctor.

[NI00455] Descendants of Robert & John Poage (1954). Brother of Elizabeth, wife of
John Preston. Uncle of Elizabeth Preston, wife of Robert Poage

[NI00459] said to have been insane

[NI00464] 38 IN 1850 Census

[NI00467] Age 35 IN 1850 Census.
1880 Census Reported Her Sick With Fever.
My grandmother, Celia Melvina (Clark) Caudill, stated that her
grandmother (this Nancy Jane (Reynolds) Clark/Clarkston) had a brother by
the name of David or Daniel.

[NI00468] Came to America in 1635

Source:CREECH FAMILY: by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00469] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00471] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00473] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00475] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00477] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill SC

[NI00479] Source: CREECH FAMILY, by James M Creech

[NI00486] Stephen went to New Orleans and was never heard from again

[NI00489] Source:CREECH FAMILY by: James M. Creech, Snow Hill,NC

[NI00503] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00506] Harlan CO KY Tax Lists 1859-1903 Land Deeds

1850 Lee CO VA Cen PG 345

1860 Harlan CO KY Census PG 429

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute
Harlan Co. Ky. tax list 1859-1903 land Deeds.
1850 Lee Co.,Va. Census pg 345
1860 Harlan Co., Ky. Census pg.429
Rice Trails 1717-1977 by Nan Rice Shute

[NI00513] Age 32 IN 1850 Census

Died Harlan CO KY OR Lee CO VA

[NI00514] not proven to be a child of Henry

[NI00518] BK 7 PG 277 Letcher CO KY Marr RegBK 7 PG 277 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI00519] Jacob Grndson OF Thomas Clarkston

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00523] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twshp/1900 Fam 179/1910 Fam 101

[NI00525] Name corrected from Wiley M. to Wesley M. "Wiley" by Deneen Whitesides.
1900 Taney Co,MO cen, age 53, Beaver twp. after Sarah died he abandoned
his children and the neighbors raised them.
Name corrected from Wiley M. to Wesley M. "Wiley" by Deneen Whitesides.
1900 Taney Co,MO cen, age 53, Beaver twp. after Sarah died he abandoned
his children and the neighbors raised them.

[NI00526] 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twshp Fam 19-19

[NI00527] 1910 Douglas CO MO Census/Campbel Twshp Fam 96-96

3rd & 4th children provided by:

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; 918-476-8262

[NI00528] Buried at Memorial Park Cemetery, Bartlesville,OK

[NI00533] Bk 2,pg 36 Letcher Co,KY marr register; wife's surname offered by:
Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee; Choteau, OK 74337; 918-376-8262

[NI00534] Susannah's husband verified by Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee; Choteau,
OK 74337; 918-376-8262

[NI00535] Bk 4,pg 81,Letcher Co,Marr RecsBk 4,pg 81,Letcher Co,Marr Recs

[NI00537] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Records OF Burdette Bloomer

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00538] Bonds of Union/Vol I/Inman
Buried,Dustin,Hughes Co.,OK.

[NI00539] says she md. David Smith and lists

ch.- Rachel & Edmund Chisler ??

single sheet from vertical file in McClung Collection

[NI00540] Lvng IN MC Whorter Clay CO KY 1902

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman
Living in MC Whorter Clay Co.,KY. in 1902

[NI00542] Pierce-Clark Marr Rec PG 317 Book A

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00544] children: Esquire & Sarah Cornett were Betty's siblings

who came to live with them

[NI00545] BK 4 PG 259 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

1900 Fam 104/1910 Fam 118/Taney CO MO Cen/Beaver Twshp

[NI00546] Check 1880 Letcher CO KY Census For Early Children

[NI00547] according to Oliver Stamper's book, John was a successful merchant and
lived in Philadelphia,PA and became Mayor of that city in 1759, and that
John had a brother, Joseph.
from Ina Stamper Wallace: September 10, 1747 The Pennsylvania Gazette;
ITEM #9041 September 10, 1747; The Pennsylvania Gazette; For ANTIGUA
directly, The BRIGANTINE S. STEPHEN, THOMAS WILLIAMS, Commander; Now
lying at John Stamperwharff below the Drawbridge. For freight or passage
agree with John Stamper , or said commander on board. N.B. Shea prime
sailor, and has good accommodations for passengers. Keywords: 1ettezaG ,
illustration, shipping;
http://204.170.102.11/cgi-bin/accessible/verify.pl; The above information
matches the previous history regarding Stampers Wharf in PA. It is now
shown as John Stamper's wharff and numerous articles cover his presence
in the areas..elections, trading, etc. I'm currently searching the
database's available at the above website. There are also numerous
articles regarding Capt. Thomas Stamper. NOTE: The information provided
on this website is copyright specific so must be honored.

Same website, Same Copyright. February 1, 1770 The Pennsylvania Gazette
ITEM #46091; February 1, 1770; The Pennsylvania Gazette; To be SOLD, at
private SALE, By the subscribers, pursuant to the last will and testament
of JAMES EDDY, deceased, viz. A VALUABLE lot of ground, situate between
Second and Front streets, on the south side of Spruce street, containing
in breadth, on said Street, 18 feet, and in length or depth 102 feet,
bounded on the east, and south, by ground of Benjamin Loxley, and on the
west by ground late of Samuel Rhoads; together with all the improvements
thereon, consisting of a good brick dwellinghouse, and bake house, in
which are two commodious ovens; also a large granary, suitable to keep
flour, bran, &c.; to retail, which this place has been long accustomed to.
--- The premises are now in the tenure of Christian Crammer, and are
subject to an annual groundrent of Two Pounds Ten Shillings sterling,
and Ten Pounds currency. Also a small piece of choice meadow ground,
containing about 6 acres, situate in Moyamensing township, being part of
what is called The Irish Tract, the lower end of JekylLane, about a
quarter of a mile from the south bounds of this city, and 2 miles from
the Court house, adjoining lands of Eden Haydock on the north, Thomas
Lawrence on the south, John Stamper on the east, and Samuel Powel on
the west; on this place are erected two well finished frame tenements,
also a wash house and chair house, with a well of good water, and a young
orchard; it is divided into several parts, so as to
serve for pasturing and mowing. Likewise, about 14 acres of land, in the
township of Amwell and county of Hunterdon, West New Jersey, fronting
the highway, leading from Rariton to Trenton, distance about 45 miles
from Philadelphia, bounded by lands of Christopher Marshall, the heirs of
William Morris, deceased, Thomas Lowry, and Gresham Lea. All persons
inclining to purchase, may view the land, by applying to Thomas Lowry,
near the premises. The conditions of sale will be made easy to the
purchasers, which may be known, by apply to the Executors. All those
indebted to said estate, either by bond, note, or otherwise, are desired
to discharge the same; and those having any demands against the estate,
to bring in their accounts, properly attested, in order to have them
settled and paid. MARY EDDY, executrix, ABRAHAM USHER, Executor, to said
estate. N.B. The business is continued, and carried on, in all its
various branches, by MARY EDDY, at the same store, formerly occupied by
her late husband, being on the west side of Second street, opposite Black
Horse
Alley, about midway between Market and Chestnut streets, where may be
had, at reasonable rates, a large and neat assortment of ironmongery and
cutlery, amongst which are most kinds of joiners, shoe makers, and watch
makers tools; also glass and earthen ware, &c.; &c.; ; Keywords: 3ettezaG ,
ceramics and glassware, real estate

[NI00548] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00550] died young
Died Young

[NI00551] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00555] Waldo and Bertha were married in the presence of Arthur Shelton and J. W.
Jones.

[NI00559] One Source Says Born Clay CO KY

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00560] Mar Rec BK 2 PG 3

Mar Cert Vol 2 Drawer 99 Box 2 1873-1881

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00562] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00563] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Fam Moved TO Wash Aft 1880

Desc Contr BY Pamela Sue Henry Beggs

[NI00565] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00567] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00568] Mar Rec IN File 13

there were 4 more ch who died before 1900

[NI00569] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00570] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI00571] Mar Rec File 14

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00572] died young

[NI00573] died young?

[NI00574] Mar Rec BK 1 PG 71; Mar Rec BK H PG 18.
The Children of Squire and Jane (Eversole) Clarkston along with the
descendants of their son, Samuel, were provided July, 1998 by Rhonda
Linicum, P.O. Box 532, Caulfield, MO 65626.

[NI00577] Crab Orchard

Old Grassy Creek

[NI00579] source: Stephen C. Smith (pedigree chart/2 jul 1991)

1629 Clifton Downs Ct./Kennesaw,GA 30144

[NI00586] Mariah Elizabeth, her spouse, Isaac Depew, and their descendants are
provided 25 Sept. 1997 by Carl Edward Depew, 13250 Ridge Road #4A8,
Largo, FL 33778. Email: ced5@gte.net. Carl does not have conclusivee
proof that Mariah Elizabeth was daughter of Henry nd Sarah (Turmere)
Setzer, but evidently feels very confidant about Mariah Elizabeth's
parentage.
1840 Hawkins Co TN fed Census shows Henry Setzer age 40-50, with one
female age 40-50, one male 15-20, three males 5-10, and one male 0-5.
About 6-8 family's away, is Isaac & Mariah "Setzer" Depew. The close
proximity in this census "helps" give substance to this conclusion. My
research also listed on earlier census records that an unidentified
female of that exact age bracket, which I had previously labeled "unknown
child".
We shall include her here until we can find conclusive proof otherwise.
It is up to you, the reader to help us confirm or dispute Mariah
Elizabeth's parentage.

Additional descendants obtained from a Gedcom file received on diskette
April 1998 from Ken Hatfield, 930 Marty Lee Lane, Carlisle, OH 45005. Ken
does not confirm Mariah Elizabeth's parentage, but does include a large
allied HATFIELD line.Mariah Elizabeth, her spouse, Isaac Depew, and their
descendants are provided 25 Sept. 1997 by Carl Edward Depew, 13250 Ridge
Road #4A8, Largo, FL 33778. Email: ced5@gte.net. Carl does not havee
conclusive proof that Mariah Elizabeth was daughter of Henry nd Sarah
(Turmere) Setzer, but evidently feels very confidant about Mariah
Elizabeth's parentage.
1840 Hawkins Co TN fed Census shows Henry Setzer age 40-50, with one
female age 40-50, one male 15-20, three males 5-10, and one male 0-5.
About 6-8 family's away, is Isaac & Mariah "Setzer" Depew. The close
proximity in this census "helps" give substance to this conclusion. My
research also listed on earlier census records that an unidentified
female of that exact age bracket, which I had previously labeled "unknown
child".
We shall include her here until we can find conclusive proof otherwise.
It is up to you, the reader to help us confirm or dispute Mariah
Elizabeth's parentage.

Additional descendants obtained from a Gedcom file received on diskette
April 1998 from Ken Hatfield, 930 Marty Lee Lane, Carlisle, OH 45005. Ken
does not confirm Mariah Elizabeth's parentage, but does include a large
allied HATFIELD line.
Mariah Elizabeth Betsy [5] Setzer (Henry{4}, Adam Sr.{3}, Jacob
Sr.{2},Johannes Adam {1} was born 1822 in Bucombe Co., N. C., and died
1890 in Prob. Hancock Co. Tenn... She Married Isaac Newton Depew 1839 in
Hawkins Co. Tenn.., son of William Depew.
Mariah Elizabeth , her spouse Isaac Depew, their descendent are
provided 25, Seot. 1997 by Carl Edward Depew, 13250 Ridge Road # 4A8,
Largo Fla 33778. Email @ced5@gte.net. Carlrl
does not have conclusive proof that Mariah Elizabeth was the Daughter of
Henry and Sarah (Turmere) Setzer, but evidently feels very confident of
Mariah Elizabeth's parentage.
1840 Hawkins Co., Tenn.. federal census shows Henry Setzer age
40-50, with one female age 40-50, one male15-20, three males 5-10, and
one male 0-5. About 6-8 family's away, is Isaac and Mariah Setzer
Depew. The close Proximity in this census "helps" give substance to this
conclusion. My research also listed on earlier census records that an
unidentified female of that exact age bracket, which I had previously
labeled as "unknown child".
we shall include her here until we can find conclusive proof
otherwise. It is up to you, the reader to help confirm or dispute Mariah
Elizabeth' parentage.

[NI00594] Marriage record on file in Harlan Co KY

[NI00599] her parentage not proven

[NI00609] Death year obtained from Soc Sec records

Death Certificate from State of Ohio

[NI00610] Death Certificate from State of Ohio

[NI00615] John married twice, second wife unknown

[NI00637] This Allen married at least twice. His first marriage on 14 Nov 1823 in
Perry County, Ky was apparently to Abby Haggins, born 17 Mar 1803, died
11 Sept 1857, the daughter of William and Polly ( Linville ) Haggins.
Allen and Abbey Christian appeared with a small family in the 1850 Perry
Co, Ky Census.
The widower headed Letcher Co household in 1860. Before 1870 he married
Margaret Collins , born 1830 and died between 7 Dec 1895 and 13 Jan 1896.
Who before death had married a Mr Hall. Allen and Margaret may have
had issue .

[NI00647] Age 72 IN 1880 Census. Research of G. Kay Inman made Isom probable child
of William and Emily (Polly) Stamper. However, one of the Census records
said he was born in VA? Records of Cheryl Malo also show him as son of
William and Emily, and his birth place as Wilkes Co, NC. Deneen
Whiteside gives birth date and place as probably Middlesex Co, VA, and
gives birth and death date of Sarah Creech. She also provided
additional information on Isom's children, where noted.
RECORDS FROM LETCHER CO., KY:DEFEATED CREEK (KY GENEALOGIST, V.27, NO.3,
JUL./SEPT.1985; provided by Marge Turner, December, 1997; (Says this was
two ledgers , like a diary of Eli Hall and daughter Susanna Hall Frazier)
May 2, 1874 Jamames (sic) Stamper was bornd a March the 20 day 1853, son
of Istum Stamper. Ira Stampers wife has a fine son the 30th day of Jan.
1869. John Stamper was bornd Feb. 1, 1874 Marget Stamper was bornd Feb.
1, 1874, the son and daughter of John and Elizabeth Stamper. John W.
Stamper was bornd May 31, 1874, son of Samuel and Sewrana Stamper. Sarah
Stamper deceased Jan. , 1878, age 72, wife of Isom Stamper. Millery
Stamper deceased Jan. 4, 1874, wife of Ira Stamper. Sarah Stamper
deceased Jan. 7, 1872, wife of Isum Stamper. Lewcindah Stamper deceased
Sept. 20,1879, wife of John W. Stamper

[NI00652] Age 52 IN 1850 Census

[NI00654] Age 41 IN 1850 Census

[NI00656] Age 42 IN 1850 Census

[NI00660] Was Then IN The Lost State OF Franklin

[NI00662] LDS Archives;Family Group Records

[NI00668] Daniel's surname has also been noted as RANDLES, RANDOLS, & RUNNELS.
1820 Census of Ashe Co, NC
1831 Tax Rolls Show Him Living Next to Clarkstons
1840 Census of Lee Co, VA
1850 Census Says Nancy's father was born in Ohio
There is a Daniel Randols in the 1800 Ashe Co, NC Census that is of an
age to be this Daniel's father. This Daniel apparently did not own land,
as exhaustive searches have never shown him as paying land tax. Perhaps
he was just successful at avoiding the tax people?
The children of Daniel have never been proven by any documentation. It
is compiled strictly by circumstantial evidence and proximity. All of
this needs to be verified before taken as fact.

[NI00682] Bible Record (Marriage records burned)
Buried in Marshall Cemetery, Spokane, Wash.

[NI00683] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

A Baptist Minister

1830 Cen Hawk CO TN/6 Slaves 3 Sons 3 Dau

[NI00690] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI00692] Herk Johnson says there were 11 children & 1/2 sister, Nettie. Only
named 10 total.

[NI00715] Henry's child "Noah" lends more credence to Henry being a brother of
Daniels's first son, Noah, but is not sufficient to be considered
acceptable documentation.

[NI00729] !Probate: She was not in her father's will. Perhaps deceased.

[NI00731] Source:Death cert of Robert William Waters

[NI00732] Source:death cert of Robert William Waters

[NI00734] Age 9 IN 1850 Lee CO VA Census

Death Record Says She Died AT Age 17 OF The Fever
Records say she died at age 17 of The Fever.

[NI00735] Age 5 IN 1850 Lee CO VA Census Page 345

Age 15 IN 1860 Harlan CO KY Census Page 429

[NI00736] Age 3 IN 1850 Lee CO VA Census PG 345; Age 14 IN 1860 Harlan CO KY
Census PG 429. Note: Henry children provided by Don Adams do not match
those found by G. K. Inman in much earlier research.

[NI00737] Age 2 IN 1850 Lee CO VA Census PG 345

Age 12 IN 1860 Harlan CO KY Census PG 429
1860 Census age 12 Harlan Co Ky. pg 429

[NI00738] Age 1 IN 1850 Lee CO VA Census PG 345

Age 11 IN 1860 Harlana CO KY Census PG 429
Age 11 in 1860 Harlan Co. Ky. pg.429

[NI00739] Age 7 IN 1860 Harlan CO KY Census PG 429
Age 7 in 1860 Harlan Co. Census pg.429

[NI00740] age 42 in 1850 Letcher Co KY census

[NI00741] In 188 Volume II of Dr. R. A. Brock's " Virginia and Virginia's " offered
a
biographical sketch sketch of Paren Christian in which appeared the
following quotation concerning his father James P. Christian was born in
Monroe county, March 16, 1800, died in Logan county, Dec 11, 1891, and
was related to that great and noted man, the Honorable David Crockett.
Married 12 Mar 1826.

[NI00742] One of the couple may have been married before since descendants spoke of
daughter as having been a half sister to at least one of her siblings.
The family was living in Floyd county, Kentucky about 1836 and in Johnson
county, Kentucky, in 1850.

[NI00743] Source:death cert of child, Georgianna

lived in Toledo,OH

[NI00744] Source:death cert of child, Georgianna

[NI00745] Sid Received His Degree From Univ OF WA

HE Was Superintendant OF Schools Seattle WA

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00778] Lucille Was A Teacher When She Married

Ron Miller;819 E.35th Ave;Spokane,WA 99203 (Jan 1996) says Lucille died
in Seattle?

He also provide parents of Lucille

[NI00783] Degree IN Education/ Principal at Isaquah/ Spokane

[NI00785] Pat Became A Naturalized Citizen IN 1975

[NI00787] 1ST LT Hansen Was A P-47 Pilot Killed IN Action

HE Held The Air Medal With Eight Oak Leaf Clusters

HE Never Got TO See His Son

[NI00794] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 355-362

[NI00795] 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 12-12

[NI00796] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 102; He donated a very sizeable
trust fund for the eternal care of Marshall Cemetery just outside of
Spokane WA.

[NI00799] Bessie Was A Teacher

[NI00873] this family provided by

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; (918)476-8262

[NI00891] Katie, Lacy, & Ryan were by Rick's first marriage

[NI00906] source: "Applachian Crossroads", Vol II, III & IV by Clayton R. Cox,
1993, Lexington,KY

[NI00908] source: "Applachian Crossroads", Vol II, III & IV by Clayton R. Cox,
1993, Lexington,KY

[NI00910] source: "Applachian Crossroads", Vol II, III & IV by Clayton R. Cox,
1993, Lexington,KY

Marr rec same source, but found in "unplaced records"

Marr rec states Dolph "of Hercules, Taney Co,MO." he being under 21 & she
being over 18

2nd marr to Lola (Mowrey) not verified

[NI00928] 1910 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 12-12 Beaver Twshp. Joe was a chair maker and a
preacher

[NI00930] 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Fam 118-118 Beaver Twshp

[NI00932] spouse (George Washington Smith) provided by;

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; 918-476-8262

[NI00942] children provided by child #1;

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; 918-476-8262

[NI00945] wife provided by:

Billie Sears; 1604 N Cherokee;Chouteau,OK 74337; 918-476-8262

[NI00947] BK 10 PG 334 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI00954] Patricia was a violin teacher

addr provided by Ron Miller;819 E.35th Ave;Spokane,WA 99203 (Jan 1996)

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00955] Jim was a supreme court Justice in Seattle,WA

[NI00960] Janet is a teacher

address provided by Ron Miller;819 E.35th Ave;Spokane,WA 99203 (Jan 1996)

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00961] Al is in Banking

[NI00964] Barry received his Masters & Ph.D from Rutgers. He is a clinical
Psychologist

addr provided by Ron Miller;819 E.35th Ave;Spokane,WA 99203 (Jan 1996)

[NI00965] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00969] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00977] Bonds of Union/Vol I/Inman

Victor Took The Boys Back East TO Live

[NI00982] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00984] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00988] Darlene Was Director OF Special Education in California

[NI00995] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI00999] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01005] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01010] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01015] Patrick IS AN Attorney IN Spokane WA

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01020] 4/20/1998 Diane says Meaghan and Richard's children are; Tawny (boxer
dog), Bohdy (boxer dog), and Neko (black cat).

[NI01022] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01024] died in a car accident

[NI01026] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01028] Crowned Miss Texas AT Age OF 18

[NI01032] Linda Has A Masters Degree IN Physical ED/ Psychology

[NI01033] Terry Has A Masters Degree From The Univ OF Miami FL

[NI01054] Totally Paralyzed IN AN Auto Accident 1977

Holly Graduated from Gonzaga Univ Law school

[NI01063] Renee IS Sister TO Robin Who Married Ronald'S Brother

[NI01082] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI01108] Family Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01109] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01110] Lester Had Spinal Meningitus AT Age 7

[NI01112] Kicked BY A Horse AT Age 25

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01120] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01129] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01130] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01131] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01132] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01133] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01135] Modeled IN California

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01137] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01138] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01139] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01140] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01141] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01142] HE Was A Teacher

Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01143] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01144] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01148] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01149] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01150] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01151] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01152] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01153] Fam Records OF Gladys Caudill Newby OF Spokane WA

[NI01159] Pearl Age 4 IN 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp Fam 12-12

[NI01160] Sheldon Age 3 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 12-12

[NI01161] Delphia Age 2 IN 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 12-12

[NI01162] Chelsy Age 5 MO/1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 12-12

[NI01163] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 355-362

Died OF Tuberculosis

[NI01164] 1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 355-362

Died OF Cancer

[NI01170] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101-101

[NI01171] 1900 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101-101

Says Marr 30 Yrs/10 CH/9 Lvg

[NI01172] Rick & Gina are from Ron's first marriage, but raised by Kathy

[NI01182] Innkeeper of Pluckemin NJ

[NI01211] res. Grant Co,VA

[NI01212] DAR #633889, Mary Helen Fowler; recs of Sharon D. Clark; 52 Ingham Hill
Rd; Essex CT 06426 (1991)

[NI01217] res. Clarksville,MO

[NI01219] mfg of woolen goods

killed in the Civil War

[NI01220] of Irish Descent

[NI01221] res. Clark Co,VA

[NI01225] of Knobley Farm

[NI01230] a military man

[NI01231] her mother was Mrs. E.E. Rowden who emigrated fr England

[NI01253] came to Shelby Co MO from KY in 1838

[NI01259] came to US when age 21

[NI01260] came to US when quite young

[NI01275] Miriam Perkins Hash was b 28 Feb 1819, was a midwife in Grayson Co.
Miriam learned midwifery from older brother and was encouraged by mother
Joanna Stamper Perkins. Sources: Heritage of Grayson Co and History of
Grayson Co, VA

[NI01282] from Wil Vaught; He was a Salesman in his early years. He owned and
operated an apartment complex in Bel Air, MD. He was an avid skeet
shooter and somewhat renowned in the State of Maryland for his skill. He
and Mildred Hause had one child. He and Herta Altenberger had three
children, one of which died accidently in 1995.

[NI01284] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI01287] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI01289] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI01389] James had 12 children by Mary and 2 more by Lettitia

[NI01390] Mary had 12 children

[NI01529] Emily McNeil is said to be John's 4th wife

John desc of Capt. William Vance and Robert Brude

[NI01664] Charles and Goldie were married in the presence of Dewitt Stamper and
Myrtle
Kiser.

[NI01692] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI01830] Source:anc.tablets by:Welles,pg 346

[NI01892] he was a Bethel,MO colonist

Nedra's descendancy is not clear

[NI01901] from Wil Vaught; She was the daughter of George Stephen Groak (Sr.) and
Sarah Elizabeth "Sadie" Layton. She had one child by her first marriage
to Chester Roberts of Aberdeen, MD (who later became Mayor of that town,
now city.) She had three children by her second marriage to Dennis
Eugene Vaught. She was large-hearted, loving woman. She and Dennis
always had anywhere from 3 to 5 foster children living with them. Her
dedication was recognized and given the Governor's Award by the Governor
of Maryland. [Note: I am trying to find out which of their children has
it now to get the Date and Governor's Name.] She was known as Mae.

[NI01940] died in childbirth, unknown if child lived

[NI01959] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI01961] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI01970] she married a cousin

[NI02011] from Wil Vaught; Bessy Vaught; b. 17 May 1902; d. Jan 1984 - Sparta,
Alleghany, NC [src: SSA]; Cause of death - Natural [src:Family Info] ;
m. 21 Dec 1919 - Alleghany Co., NC [src: Spartan Star, 24 Dec 1969, 50th
Anniversary Article] to Gwyn D. Sanders, b. 16 Oct 1897; d. Mar 1981,
Sparta, Alleghany, NC [src: SSA].
Notes for Gwyn & Bessy Sanders: They were tobacco growers/farmers. They
had 6 children, 5 of which are still alive.

[NI02014] recs of Dorothy Hansen;1834 Mills Ave;N.Muskegon,MI 48445;(616) 744-49445
(1993)

[NI02015] recs of Dorothy Hansen;1834 Mills Ave;N.Muskegon,MI 48445;(616) 744-49445
(1993)

[NI02062] They had 14 children.

[NI02063] Buried Bethany Cemetery

[NI02064] Grandson Isam Harvey Lvg IN Household IN 1900

[NI02070] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Age 36, married to
Catherine - Listed as farmer - Value of real estate was 250 - Born in
Surry Co - Unable to read/write - Has "Frances Papsmore" female living
with them

[NI02071] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997)/ Name from
personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997) According to 1850 Macon
Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Age 32, married to William Holbrook - Born in
Lincoln Co - Unable to read/write
In 1850 census report,Frances Papsmore,(female) living with Them.

[NI02085] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02097] Isaac J. Stamper enlisted in the Confederate Army in 1861 in Sweetwater,
Tennessee and was assigned to the 43rd Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers.
Members of the regiment eventually servied in Virginia, Kentucky,
Tennessee,
Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Even Maryland. He
fought
in the battles of Vicksburg and Knoxville, as well as a number of smaller
skirmishes. He surrendered in May 1865 in North Carolina and was
Paroled. Publication Information: Cleveland, Tennessee: Cleveland
Public Library, 1970. Book Area (Salt Lake City) 921.73 A1 no. 7847.

[NI02108] age 18 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02110] age 16 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02111] age 14 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02112] age 13 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02114] age 11 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02117] age 6 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02118] age 4 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02119] age 1 in 1850 census of Letcher Co KY

[NI02122] Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02124] Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02125] Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02126] Source:Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02127] Source:Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02128] Source: Dr. Bach and 1880 census of Rowan Co KY

[NI02159] Carole Bays says 1910 Wolfe Co Census says 11 children, 9 living in
1910.Carole Bays says 1910 Wolfe Co Census says 11 children, 9 living in
1910.

[NI02162] Will was murderd while transporting a man under arrest across a river. An
accomplice shot him in the back. The murderer was captured and committed
suicide in custody before a trial could be held.Will was murderd while
transporting a man under arrest across a river. An accomplice shot him in
the back. The murderer was captured and committed suicide in custody
before a trial could be held.

[NI02163] Robert was shot & killed. 1910 Wolfe Census gives Emma, eight children
and only five living in 1910.Robert was shot & killed. 1910 Wolfe Census
gives Emma, eight children and only five living in 1910.

[NI02165] Oliver Stamper says Margaret's husband was Howard Little.

[NI02176] Charles was involved in a fatal shooting of a highwayman in KY before he
moved to Indian Territory (now OK) perhaps as early as 1902. The text
from which this data was taken names 2 wives, but does not identify which
wife mothered the children. Since there is more data available for the
last 2 children and they were born after the above named incident, this
editor has placed the last two children with the second wife. If you
have information to the contrary, please advise me.

[NI02177] per Oliver Stamper (1945); Mary md. Buddie Fortner.

[NI02198] Oliver Stamper refers to Sarah evaline's husband as F. Morgan Allen.

[NI02200] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02201] Bonds OF Union/Inman

died as an infant

[NI02202] Bonds OF Union/Inman

[NI02203] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02204] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02205] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02209] Husband Was First Cousin

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02210] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI02216] he is an engineer

[NI02231] age 68 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
marr bond 167499, rec 104-02-232; bndsmn; Elijah Sebastian, wit; Richard
Allen
According to Wendy Norman ; Jonathon Stamper b.17855
in Wilkes co,N.C. ma. Mary sebastian 1801. His father was Jacob Stamper
B.1762 Amhearst co,Va. Mother was Susannah Susan. Jessee was also their
son.B.1781. In Jacob Statement, he says that he and sons [2] went to
Vincinnatti the two sons Jesse and Jonathon Met and married two Sebastian sisters
assuming tey were Mary and Nancy. They were da. of Benjamin Sebastian
and Susannah.

[NI02239] There is a discrepancy here. We have this William Stamper, Son of John
and Sally (Lewis) Stamper, married to Nancy Wilson on 7 February 1825 in
Wilkes County. This is the same marriage record found for William
Stamper, son of Joel and Nancy (Canady) Stamper. marr bond 167503, rec
104-02-232. bndsmn; John Handy, wit; W.W.Martin Marriage records of
Wilkes Co, Stamper Footprints, History of Grayson Co, VA, Ashe County
History, Census records, Land Deeds, and a story in the Heritage of
Grayson Co, VA text are the sources. My notes also say age estimated
from census, so it may not be even close to 1806! Did Nancy Wilson have
a first marriage? I have no child in the Joel family named
William. And no children for the union of William and Nancy Wilson.
Cheryl.

[NI02244] marr bond #165530, rec 104-01-108

bndsmn; William Barker, wit; W.W. Martin

[NI02264] Book: "Descendants of Larkin Stamper and his wife Emily Maupin with
information about kindred families" compiled with the assistance of other
members of the family, by F. Mabel Cox De Haven, 1964. In 1964 she lived
at 2 West 37th Str., Kansas City, MO 64111.
From James A. Stamper of Dwarf, KY: "I know that this Larkin Stamper
was bound out" to Jonathan Jr.'s brother Joel by the Wilkes Co. NC court,
but the court record does not specifically identify who Larkin's father
was, does it? I see him in the records of many Stamper researchers as
Jonathan Jr.'s son, but I have yet to see the proof. If it exists, I
would welcome it...but as I said, I have not seen it. I think the
theory is that Jonathan Jr.'s wife died, leaving an infant son, so he
was bound out". I think the court record says this occurred about
1811. Larkin was born in 1800, so he would have been about 11 years old
when bound out. We know from Jonathan Jr.'s will that he had "eight
living children". I'll agree that Larkin fits in pretty nicely as the
"lost" child, but barring proof I don't think we should automatically
assume he was Jonathan's. (And I also wonder why Jonathan would "bind
out" an eleven year-old son to his brother. I could see it if a man was
widowed and the child was an infant -- but as I said, Larkin was ten or
eleven years old at the time.) Joel Stamper did have a son or grandson
named Larkin, (m. Eda Wright) who lived in the Estill/Lee Co., KY area,
so there is obviously a pretty close kinship between Joel and the Larkin
who was bound out. I've often wondered whether the "bound out" Larkin
was maybe an illegitimate son of one of Joel's daughters. That would
also make it logical for him to be bound out to Joel. Incidentally, the
information which one of Larkin's descendants submitted to the Mormon
church lists Larkin's father as "Barney" Stamper. Wonder where this
leaves us? Was it simply a gross error created by confusing information
being handed down by word-of-mouth? I have never seen a "Barney" Stamper
in the early Wilkes/Ashe Co. records.

[NI02266] marr bond 167504, red 104-02-232

bondsman, Benjamin J. Jones

[NI02268] a dwarf

[NI02269] a dwarf

[NI02270] marr bond 167372, rec 104-02-224

bndsmn; Jacob Stamper, wit;T.S.Bouchell

[NI02272] bond 168487, rec 104-03-030

[NI02274] marr bond 164254, rec 104-01-028

bndsmn; George Wyatt, wit; J.E.Martin

[NI02278] per Jackie Stamper (Nov 1997): Jesse's children listed in Owen Co, KY
deed book L, p 261, dtd 21 Dec 1852 clearing faulty land title. It lists
all 17 children by both wives. Deed book Q, pp 190, 261, 296, 297 list
wife and heirs of Jesse who are to receive 1/17 of the land.

[NI02335] concubine of James B. Stamper

[NI02365] Oliver Stamper text (1945) added 2 children, Hettie & Monroe, and spouse
names for children.

[NI02367] Oliver Stamper text says that Jonah died 13 May 1911, and that they
settled on Big Leatherwood Creek in Perry Co, KY.

[NI02374] Oliver Stamper text states they lived at Gosneyville, Wolfe Co, KY.
Buried in Tutt Cemetery.

[NI02381] age 38 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI02382] per text of Oliver Stamper (1945). They are buried on the point at Old
Carr Church in Knott Co, KY. Text provides 11 children, some dates, and
spouse of William Whit Amburgey.

[NI02385] age 14 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per text of Oliver Stamper (1945): Matilda Stamper (John Whit, William,
James) b. June 9, 1836, (twin sister to Lucinda) in what is now Letcher
County, Kentucky. M. William E. Cornett, son of Roger and Polly (Lewis)
Cornett May 22, 1856. They
apparently lived near CornettsvilIe, Kentucky, for a time, where Matilda
died February 6, 1890, and is buried. William, who was born January 31,
1833, died at Hindman, Kentucky, July 9, 1909, and is buried beside his
wife near Cornettsville, Kentucky. He was a Lieutenant in Confederate
Army.
Oliver Stamper text added child; John Harlan Cornett.

[NI02387] age 14 age in 1850 Letcher Co,KY.
per Oliver Stamper (1945) text: 51.Lucinda Stamper (John Whit, William,
James) b. June 9, 1836 (twin sister to Matilda) in what is now Letcher
County, Kentucky. M. Solomon Frazier, son of Esquire and Phoeba (Haney)
Frazier. They lived in Letcher County, Kentucky, where Lucinda died 1879.
Solomon, who was born December 10, 1833 on Kingdom Come in Letcher
County, then moved with all his family to Oxford, Kansas, and later
Guthrie, Oklahoma where he died October 12,
1912, and is buried. provided 8 children, some dates, no spouses.

[NI02389] age 8 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI02390] age 6 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census
age 2 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census
Oliver Stamper (1945) says she never married, and died 17 Feb 1865,
Letcher Co, KY.

[NI02398] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Martha, b. 1838. M. Judge lames Bach. John
J. Crittenden Bach, who was born February 12, 1861 and died at Jackson,
Kentucky, June 19, 1915 apparently was their son, They have a
grandson, Hester Bach, who is judge at Jackson.

[NI02415] Oliver Stamper (1945) states that John md. Paulina Hogg OR Elizabeth
Combs.

[NI02427] per Oliver Stamper (1945): George M. Breeding (Melinda, William, James)
farmer. b. September 13, 1851. M. Rachel Amburgey, daughter of Thomas
Francis and Polly (Madden) Amburgey. She was born January 9, 1854. They
lived on Breeding's Creek in Knott County, Kentucky, where he died
November 29, 1933, and she died October 13, 1940. Names 9 children,
dates.

[NI02433] age 14 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census. all children except James added by
Oliver Stamper (1945).

[NI02438] This family contributed by:Ron Holbrook;Vancouver,WA

[NI02441] According to the 1860 Federal Census for Carter Co., Cyrus held real
property
valued at $1,500.00 and personal property valued at $200.00.

[NI02443] James died of Cereberal Hemmorage due to Appoplexy according to his death
certificate.

[NI02445] Malinda and Thomas were married in the presence of W. J. Owens and G. A.
Conley.

[NI02446] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

Joseph and Cora were married in the presence of W. H. Mocabee and Frank
Prater.

[NI02447] This was on the Pennington website. David is listed as a son of Edward
Pennington (1769-1860) and Martha Patsy Flanary. Two strange things:
First, there are no places listed, but the disclaimer states 'this is a
small portion of a very large and important family from Lee and
Montgomery Cos, VA, NC and MO'.
Second, the birth and death years for David and Virginia are the same.

[NI02449] John L. was 12 years older than Elizabeth and of modest means. She was
from an affluent family and was given as a wedding present 4 slaves, the
descendants of whom stayed with the family even after the Civil War. The
last, Sally, died in 1968 at an advanced age. Before long John L.
prospered and had the means to buy land. In 1836, the family began the
move to Ky. with 7 yoke of oxen and wagons. John L. bought 1637 acres in
one plot and 600 acres in another on December 1, 1838, in Carter County
and proceeded to build a house, slave cabins, pens and barns. Tobacco
was one of his money crops. In Russell
Co., VA, John had run the local store, which he sold just before leaving
for KY. The Erwin family was surprisingly Union (considering John and
Elizabeth's wedding gift) and Republican. According to the Carter County
records of 1860,
John still owned slaves at that time. John was one of 12 children, 11
boys and 1 girl.
In books written about this period, John is referred to as a highly
respected pioneer. His closest friend was Judge Robert Kennard. John L.
could probably
have held public office, but his retiring nature did not prompt him to
public service. He was content to settle down on his own plantation. But
there was
a fly in the ointment. The people who took his money for the lands, did
not give him a proper deed to it. He must have patiently asked for them
to take care of this detail, which they did not do. On December 13, 1840
he filed a law suit. He prayed the Court to award him proper titles. The
case dragged on for years, with much filing of papers. It was not until
April 9, 1857 that everything was straightened out. (See Book 5, page
32, Civil Records of Carter County, KY.) On August 8, 1844, John sued
Elias P. Davis on a note for money loaned and due April 1, 1840,
amounting to about $200.00. He must have come to Kentucky with
considerable assets to be able to buy and improve his land and still loan
money on the side. It was a different type of suit he filed against
Randal Wooten and Stephen Jones on November 15,1848. For some reason
these men had beaten John knocking him to the ground, tearing his clothes
and stomping and kicking him. He was quite ill for several weeks as a
result. When the case came to trial the men were found guilty and fined
$100.00 plus costs. But this money went to the County, and it's
difficult to see how John profited by it. He had not sued for money, and
likely as not, knew they had little anyway. It is strange justice, but
John was vindicated.
John died during the Christmas holidays of 1863. The Civil War was
raging, and no tombstone was erected when he was buried in the plantation
cemetery. The family long remembered that he was buried the coldest New
Year's day anybody could remember. The last record he left at the
courthouse was 1861 when John and Elizabeth deeded 93 1/2 acres on Smokey
Camp Ford to John B. Erwin (March 4, 1861, Deed Book 8, page 197). In
1870 the census showed Elizabeth as a widow. As John's date of death
could not be determined by a tombstone, the Weather Bureau and Mary Jane
Knisely solved the problem. They reported "Temperature in the afternoon
of December 31, 1863 was 45 degrees above zero. A little drenching
shower fell, followed about nightfall by an almost blinding snow storm
and deep snow with hurricane wind. It was 20 degree below zero the next
morning and this is the coldest New Year's Day for the period you
mentioned." Probably the grave had been dug on December 31, or perhaps
before. He was 74 years old, and had lived the proverbial 3 score and 10.
The names of the four slaves given to John and Elizabeth as a wedding
present
were Ib, Nellie, Henry and Jacob. John L. was 12 years older than
Elizabeth and of modest means. She was from an affluent family and was
given as a wedding present 4 slaves, the descendants of whom stayed with
the family even after the Civil War. The last, Sally, died in 1968 at an
advanced age. Before long John L. prospered and had the means to buy
land. In 1836, the family began the move to Ky. with 7 yoke of oxen and
wagons. John L. bought 1637 acres in one plot and 600 acres in another
on December 1, 1838, in Carter County and proceeded to build a house,
slave cabins, pens and barns. Tobacco was one of his money crops. In
Russell
Co., VA, John had run the local store, which he sold just before leaving
for KY. The Erwin family was surprisingly Union (considering John and
Elizabeth's wedding gift) and Republican. According to the Carter County
records of 1860,
John still owned slaves at that time. John was one of 12 children, 11
boys and 1 girl.
In books written about this period, John is referred to as a highly
respected pioneer. His closest friend was Judge Robert Kennard. John L.
could probably
have held public office, but his retiring nature did not prompt him to
public service. He was content to settle down on his own plantation. But
there was
a fly in the ointment. The people who took his money for the lands, did
not give him a proper deed to it. He must have patiently asked for them
to take care of this detail, which they did not do. On December 13, 1840
he filed a law suit. He prayed the Court to award him proper titles. The
case dragged on for years, with much filing of papers. It was not until
April 9, 1857 that everything was straightened out. (See Book 5, page
32, Civil Records of Carter County, KY.) On August 8, 1844, John sued
Elias P. Davis on a note for money loaned and due April 1, 1840,
amounting to about $200.00. He must have come to Kentucky with
considerable assets to be able to buy and improve his land and still loan
money on the side. It was a different type of suit he filed against
Randal Wooten and Stephen Jones on November 15,1848. For some reason
these men had beaten John knocking him to the ground, tearing his clothes
and stomping and kicking him. He was quite ill for several weeks as a
result. When the case came to trial the men were found guilty and fined
$100.00 plus costs. But this money went to the County, and it's
difficult to see how John profited by it. He had not sued for money, and
likely as not, knew they had little anyway. It is strange justice, but
John was vindicated.
John died during the Christmas holidays of 1863. The Civil War was
raging, and no tombstone was erected when he was buried in the plantation
cemetery. The family long remembered that he was buried the coldest New
Year's day anybody could remember. The last record he left at the
courthouse was 1861 when John and Elizabeth deeded 93 1/2 acres on Smokey
Camp Ford to John B. Erwin (March 4, 1861, Deed Book 8, page 197). In
1870 the census showed Elizabeth as a widow. As John's date of death
could not be determined by a tombstone, the Weather Bureau and Mary Jane
Knisely solved the problem. They reported "Temperature in the afternoon
of December 31, 1863 was 45 degrees above zero. A little drenching
shower fell, followed about nightfall by an almost blinding snow storm
and deep snow with hurricane wind. It was 20 degree below zero the next
morning and this is the coldest New Year's Day for the period you
mentioned." Probably the grave had been dug on December 31, or perhaps
before. He was 74 years old, and had lived the proverbial 3 score and 10.
The names of the four slaves given to John and Elizabeth as a wedding
present
were Ib, Nellie, Henry and Jacob.

[NI02455] Tombstone; Marriage Records, Carter County Court Clerk; Amos and Ina,
both having been widowed, were married in the presence of Joseph Stamper
and Ethel Stallard.

[NI02457] Charles Stamper (Soundex of 1900) age 25, Pleasant Valley; Alice
--January 1881 age 19, Thelma March 1900. ; Charles bur; Bethel Cemetary,
Carter Co, KY

[NI02462] 1880 Carter County Census Records

John served in the Ky. Infantry.

[NI02467] Sarah and James were married at the home of Thomas Erwin, her father, in
the
presence of Lewis Smith and George Kazee. According to Opal Arnold,
Flemingsburg, Kentucky, a descendant of Sarah, she was quite austere, so
that
children were somewhat afraid of her.

[NI02469] Emily and John were married in the presence of Joe Fannin and George
Jordan.

[NI02470] John died from paralysis, leaving two brothers, one sister, wife and
eight
children to morn his loss. He was a member of the Christian Church for
thirty years.

[NI02471] The witnesses to Martha and Joseph's wedding were Moses Nethercutt and
John
Garvin.

[NI02475] Stapf Funeral Home Records

Stapf Funeral Home Records

On October 5, 1889, William's father and mother conveyed to him, 41 3/5
acres
of land on the Smoky Fork of Tygarts' Creek as recorded in Deed Book "M"
at
page 614. This same land passed to the heirs of William, who sold the
land to
William's sons, Grant Erwin and Eathel Erwin, on 7/30/1955, as recorded in
Deed Book 96 at Page 565.

[NI02477] Silvia and John were married in the presence of George W. Erwin and Lydia
M.
Perry.

[NI02479] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY
Birth and Death Records, Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI02481] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

[NI02483] 1870 Carter County Census, Ky. Vital Statics Births. James was clerk in
1905, after previously serving as deputy and previously as assessor.
Buried Grayson, Carter Co., Ky. Martha and James were married in the
presence of William Kitchen and Maggie Danner.

[NI02485] Ky. Vital Statics Births.

[NI02499] Susann and James were married in the presence of William Stamper and Nancy
Stamper.
Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 3

[NI02507] age 28 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census

[NI02510] age 21 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census

[NI02511] age 29 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI02512] age 16 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census

[NI02520] marr bond 147627, rec 92-01-220. bondsman; Joshua Jones. lived in KY &
TN. Listed in 1850 Bradley Co, TN census #840-397

[NI02543] This Powell Stamper was in NC in 1773 per "Desc of James Stamper" by
Oliver Stamper who cites: Powell Stamper who resided in North Carolina
signed a petition in 1773 for the construction of a court house and jail
in Guilford County in said State.
Interesting note; Iredell Co., NC Deed Book. Deed Book M: page 790.
Dated 10 Feb 1827: ....land joining Aaron Summers and the land which
John Cash purchased from Powell Stamper 19 Dec. 1808, containing 157
acres......
Deed Book G: Page 375. Dated 31 Dec, 1808. Powell Stamper and his wife
Mary, to James Johnson...............A tract which belonged to ----
Copeland and at
his death descended to his daughter Mary Stamper. Signed: Powell (X)
Stamper
and Mary (X) Stamper.
Deed Book J: Page 750. Dated )( Oct, 1817. Richard Cash
to.........[land] joining Aaron Summers, Powell Stamper and Joseph
Allison........
Looks like Powell Stamper was in Iredell Co., NC at least shortly before
1808.
Is this the Powell Stamper from KY? Did Powell have a son who married a
Mary
Copeland? Sherry Griggs
From Ina Stamper: P. 150,151, Deed dated Ga. 2 Nov. 1793. rec. 23 Aug.
1794, from John BROOKS of Franklin Co., to Micajah WILLIAMSON, Sr. of
Wilkes Co., Ga. In ocns. of 1000 pds ., conveys 1000 ac. in Franklin Co.,
granted to John BROOKS 25, 1793, and recorded in Secretary's Office in
Book B.B.B.B., folio 236-241, known as #33,46,47,48,57,64 in a General
Draft of 82,520 ac. on waters
of MIddle Fork Oconee Riv. in the Continental Reserve. Wit: Powell
STAMPER, Geo. Havered Sworn to by STAMPER before N. DURKEE, JP, 21 June
1794.
--
Powell Stamper to Mary Copelin September 20, 1808. Source: "The
following is a record of 56 marriages performed in Iredell Co., between
June 1790 and Nov 1819 by John Huggins, Esquire, a magistrate of the
county. This list of civil marriages is copied from the original record,
a scrap of yellowed paper, now in the possession of John Huggins' great
granddaughter, Mrs. L. Harrill, of this city.
John Huggins served throughout the Revolution as a major and later a
colonel in the American Army. He was for seven years a member of the
North Carolina state senate. For many years it was unlawful for a
marriage ceremony to be performed by any minister, except a clergyman of
the Church of England, and John Huggins, it is said, was one of a
committee to petition the assembly to change this regulation and permit
ministers of the Presbyterian and other denominations to perform the
marriage ceremonies. This law was changed about the year 1765."

[NI02555] records of Samuel E. Sebastian of N.Wilkesboro,NC. Hiram age 38 in 1850
Owen Co,KY Census. In the Records from Jackie Stamper (1997) the
daughter, Victoria is not listed. Hiram and Sallie moved to Randolph Co
MO along with my gg grandparents, David and Francis "Frankie" COBB
CLIFTON. Frankie and Sallie were sisters. They settled in Clifton Hill
MO which was named for my gg
grandfather, David CLIFTON. Sallie died at the age of 76. Married on
Dec. 26, 1832 - they moved to Clifton Hill, MO. Hiram Stamper was a
cousin of Hugh Stamper who married Hannah Cobb and a cousin to Hugh's
sister, Mary Nancy Stamper who married Elisha Cobb. See info in Old
Families of Randolph Co. MO by Howard Wight Marshall, p.335 (Sheryl
McNeely Shaw has a copy of this book)

[NI02556] age 35 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census. Family group sheet submitted 1979 by
Samuel E. Sebastian of N. Wilkesboro, NC. showing parents and children of
Hiram and Sarah (Cobb) Stamper.

[NI02559] he was a Judge in MO.

records of Samuel Sebastian

one source states there were 8 children

age 14 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02561] reported to have had 10 children by Elijah Martin. Age 12 in 1850 Owen
Co,KY Census.
Some descendants of Eliza and Elijah Martin were provided by Michele
Cooper (12 Oct 1997))

[NI02563] a dwarf, only 42 inches high

age 8 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02564] age 7 in 1850 Owen Co,KY census

[NI02565] said to have been 6 children

[NI02567] Frank Cobb states there were 5 children born to Samuel and Sarah

[NI02569] reported to have had 5 children
age 5 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census
Buried Clifton Hill Cem., Clifton Hill, Randolph Co, MO
Civil War, Co. H, 3rd MO Regt. Inf Volonteers, C. S. A., discharged in
1865.

[NI02570] reported to have had 6 children

[NI02572] reported to have had 10 children

[NI02574] his name was changed frm Jefferson Davis Stamper because of the war and
southern feelings to the North. He moved to Missouri and founded the
Stamper Food Co., now Banquet Foods.
Jackie Stamper (1997) states that the spelling of his middle name is
McLean, taken directly from his daughter, Kate.

[NI02587] age 8 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI02599] James and Martha settled in Brown County, Kansas.

[NI02606] James was disabled

[NI02609] BK 1 PG 58 Letcher CO KY Marriage Register.
age 16 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per Oliver Stamper (1945): Hiram H. Stamper (John Whit, William, James)
farmer. b. August 2, 1834, in what is now Letcher County, Kentucky. M.
Anna Francis, daughter of Thomas and Lourana (Polly) Francis March 1,
1857. She was born
September 11, 1837 and died March 17, 1915. They lived on Smith Branch
of Upper Carr in Knott County, Kentucky. He died February 19, 1873, and
is buried beside his wife in Ball Point Cemetery on Carr in Knott County,
Kentucky. Captain in Confederate Army.
Oliver Stamper's records do not show sons, William P., or William C.,
however, they do name a W. Colbert Stamper (no date).
ed. comment: perhaps William C. and W. Colbert are same person? William
P. is (so far) shown to have married, so may also be the same person?

[NI02612] BK 5 PG 149 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02622] "Stamper Stage" Vol 2 #4,p80,Sept 1980

[NI02647] Mrs. Glenna Hyre;7505 Jefferson Rd;Magna UT 84044 (1980)

[NI02680] current president of the FM Stamper Co (1976)

he was killed in a car accident

[NI02687] a graduate of Vassar

[NI02691] they farm in Arkansas

[NI02717] age 3 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02718] age 1 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02719] age 2 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02720] age 9 months in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02722] age 37 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02723] age 19 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02725] age 14 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02726] age 16 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02727] age 11 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02728] age 8 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02729] age 3 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02730] age 40 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02731] age 40 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census. The marriage bond listed the bride as
Lavina Elliston.

[NI02732] age 17 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02733] age 13 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02734] age 11 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02735] age 6 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02736] age 3 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI02744] 1850 owsley census;
STAMPER, John 12a; STAMPER, William 19*
STAMPER, John A. 42, Lucindia 35, James A 17, Armitia 13, Preston 11,
Pheby 7, Levi 4, John 1

[NI02754] age 8 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 19 in 1860. this ch contr.by Bill
L. Wallace;13914 Sunnybrook rd;Phoenix, MD 21131 (1979). obit contributed
by Carole Bays; William Huston Stamper, b. Mar 5, 1842 Wolfe Co, KY, d.
25 oct 1931 Lee Co, KY, the son of Larkin Stamper and Eda Wright.
Informatn; Jesse Stamper of Canyon Falls, KY. Cause of death, old age.
Buried Williba, KY.

[NI02755] age 7 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, not listed in 1860 census

[NI02756] age 6 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, not listed in 1860 census

[NI02757] Joel s/o John s/o John A. s/o Joel Jr. s/o Joel s/oPowell. Joel left the
Lee, Breathitt, Wolfe counties area of Ky in the early 1900s and moved
to Oklahoma. He was living around Dayton, Ohio when he died. I remember
reading his death notice many years ago. If I recall correctly, he had
a daughter living in Ohio. I don't recall her name. I think he was a
minister. This Joel was a half brother to my Grandfather Johnny A.
Stamper who married Fanny Deaton. Any help on the line of Joel will be
appreciated. Sam Stamper>

[NI02759] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census; age 1 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 11
in 1860. It is reported that one of John and Martha's daughters md. Larry
Evans of
Athol, but which one?

[NI02762] age 23 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI02763] age 23 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI02764] age 3 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI02765] age 2 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI02766] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census, Sister, Mary, b. Dec 1890, living with this
family.

[NI02768] this ch contr. (1979) by Bill L. Wallace; 13914 Sunnybrook rd; Phoenix, MD
21131this ch contr. (1979) by Bill L. Wallace; 13914 Sunnybrook rd;
Phoenix, MD
21131

[NI02785] William is source of this line (1979)

[NI02788] Kentucky cert.#39716, vol 100

he died of cancer

[NI02789] Kentucky cert.#38375, vol 077

[NI02790] Kentucky cert.#31594, vol 079

[NI02791] Kentucky cert.#63144, vol 158

[NI02792] Kentucky cert.#36025, vol 073

[NI02793] Kentucky cert.#03710, vol 008

[NI02794] Kentucky cert.#43279, vol 087

[NI02798] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

Doris teaches in Charlestown,IND

[NI02799] Venters is a farmer

[NI02800] Helen managed her father's store at Red Fox,KY

[NI02801] he was a highway state patrolman

[NI02804] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

he committed suicide after div and father's death

[NI02806] they lived in Louisville then Shelbyville,MO

Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

[NI02808] served several years in US military

[NI02809] she is a registered nurse

[NI02812] Johnny is a teacher in Knott Co,KY

[NI02813] she is employed in Carr Creek High School cafeteria

[NI02814] she employed by the Bank of Whitesburg

[NI02818] grad of Univ of Louisville,KY w/degree in Eng.

[NI02830] he is a barber & steel worker

[NI02840] he is a teacher in Letcher Co,KY

[NI02846] Donald is a bricklayer

they plan to live Cedar Lake

[NI02847] Peggy is law student

[NI02848] Edward is a welder & plumber

[NI02849] Kentucky cert #65082, vol 131

[NI02851] he works in a nuclear plant

[NI02862] she is a school teacher

[NI02863] he teaches music in a college in Lansing

[NI02868] he is a welder

[NI02878] she taught in Letcher Co,KY

[NI02886] he was a truck driver

[NI02891] he worked for Inland Steel

[NI02892] Kentucky cert #10616, vol 22

[NI02898] she was a practical nurse

[NI02899] Kentucky cert #26126, vol 53

[NI02900] Kentucky cert #21107, vol 43

[NI02908] per telephone conversation w/Geneva Jan 27,1997. Geneva is a graduate of
Morehead State University and a retired teacher.

[NI02912] 1800 Letcher co,KY census.
age 12 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
Oliver Stamper text (1945): John Whit Stamper (John Whit, William' James)
farmer and Baptist preacher. b. July 20, 1838, in what is now Letcher
County, Kentucky. md. Margerene Francis, daughter of Thomas and Lourana
(Polly) Francis. He was an orderly in Southern Army during the war
between the States. They lived for a time on Mallet Fork of Carr in what
is now Knott County, Kentucky
and about 1885 moved with their family to Petersville, Lewis County,
Kentucky, where he died July 4 1907, and she died October 5, 1908. They
are buried in the McDowney Cemetery in Lewis County, Kentucky. Adds
children; Melissa, Anna, Benjamin, & Jessie H.

[NI02924] died as an infant

[NI02926] Moses was the son of Isaac Daniel Stamper. Information on this family
came from Library, Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky. Book, Census
1880 Letcher County, Kentucky. Living with Moses and his family when
the 1880 census taken was his sister Elizabeth age 15 and a Lucinda
Stamper age 67.
There is a discrepancy here. One source says Moses married Judith
Combs. The second source says he married Judith Caudill, both having a
dau, Millie, b. 1878.

[NI02927] Nancy and Thomas were twins.

[NI02931] 1880 Letcher Co,KY census
Rosa was the daughter of Isaac Daniel Stamper amd Mary Adams. Mary
Stamper wife of I. Daniel and her daughter Martha 18 years
old was living with Rosa and Christopher. When the 1880 Census of
Letcher County was taken Mary was 45 years old. Information came from
Historical Library Frankfort, Kentucky. Book Census of Letcher County,
Kentucky 1880. Page 165

[NI02950] From Rod Pennington, Feb 1998; My ggg grandfather was Charles Wesley
Robertson (aka Robinson), Sr who was son of William Robertson/ Roberson/
Robinson who is listed in the Morgan Co., KY census in 1840, 50, and 60.
William apparantly married twice, both times to daughters of Michael
Tutt. The first was Nancy Tutt, the second was Matilda who's first
husband was Jackson Stamper. So, I guess I'm kin to at least the
descendants of Jackson. Charles Wesley Robertson was supposedly involved
in the famous Rowan Co., KY feud of the 1880s, also known as the
Martin-Tolliver War, and it is said that his involvement precipitated his
moving west to Oklahoma. His family settled in Tulsa around 1887. Near
neighbors in Tulsa included one or more Stamper families that were also
from KY according to census records. I've always figured these Tulsa
Stampers were connected to the Morgan Co., KY crew, but don't know what
the connection is. See more about this in the Biographies section of our
Stamper Family Project Web site.
From Rod Pennington, Feb 1998; My ggg grandfather was Charles Wesley
Robertson (aka Robinson), Sr who was son of William Robertson/ Roberson/
Robinson who is listed in the Morgan Co., KY census in 1840, 50, and 60.
William apparantly married twice, both times to daughters of Michael
Tutt. The first was Nancy Tutt, the second was Matilda who's first
husband was Jackson Stamper. So, I guess I'm kin to at least the
descendants of Jackson. Charles Wesley Robertson was supposedly involved
in the famous Rowan Co., KY feud of the 1880s, also known as the
Martin-Tolliver War, and it is said that his involvement precipitated his
moving west to Oklahoma. His family settled in Tulsa around 1887. Near
neighbors in Tulsa included one or more Stamper families that were also
from KY according to census records. I've always figured these Tulsa
Stampers were connected to the Morgan Co., KY crew, but don't know what
the connection is. See more about this in the Biographies section of our
Stamper Family Project Web site.

[NI02953] Obit of Emma/Impsan IN Mtn Eagle 18 Mar 1948

[NI02956] Obit OF Paternal Grandmother

[NI02957] 'Methodism IN Kentucky' BY Rev A H Redrord D.D. Vol I
Jno. served in the War of 1812 and was a Methodist Preacher in the
Muskingum Conference.

[NI02960] Age 63 1850 Bath CO KY Census PG 96

[NI02967] Age 7 1880 Wolfe CO KY Census

[NI02978] BK 10 PG 526 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02982] BK 11 PG 228 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02983] This may NOT be son of Hobart. Mother is listed as Beulah White in KY
Birth Index. Or did his mother marry a second time to a Mr. White?

[NI02987] BK 12 PG 360 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02989] BK 13 PG 54 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02991] BK 14 PG 324 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02993] BK 15 PG 114 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02996] BK 7 PG 165 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI02999] BK 7 PG 289 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI03001] BK 8 PG 332 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI03003] BK 8 PG 456 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI03005] BK 8 PG 544 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI03006] I recorded her birth date as 10 May 1861. This has to be an error.

[NI03013] age 25 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI03015] 1910 Taney Co,MO Census Beaver Township,Fam 126

Rec OF Alta Luisey Smith Lewis

[NI03017] 1910 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 101-101 Beaver Twshp

[NI03019] Elizabeth's maiden name provided by

Billie Sears;1604 N Cherokee;Choteau,OK74337; 918-376-8262

[NI03020] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI03022] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI03025] conflicting theory sent by Ida and Etola Franks; Etola and I received
some information from Anita Hatcher, (ASK1aTxn@aol.com) and we are moree
confused then we were before. Anita says that our Campbell W. Stamper is
out of the line of Jonathan Stamper b. 1719 VA a brother of Thomas Moore
Stamper's father.
Campbelle William Stamper; b. April 1832 Perry Co., KY; m. Bef. 1853,
Morgan Co., KY ? 1st wife: Nancy Hall; b. 1837, Perry Co, KY
children of first wife: Herons F. Stamper b. 15 June 1855, Morgan Co.,
KY; Matilda B. Stamper b. 21 March 1859, Morgan Co., KY; Jefferson B.
Stamper b. 15 August 1861, Wolf Co., KY
2nd wife: Martha Ann Peyton, b. 05 January 1847 KY, d. 10 January 1920 OK
m: Abt. 1864
children of second wife: William C. Stamper b. May 1870, KY; Bolen Green
Stamper b. 01 October 1876, Arkansas or Texas (Anita thinks TX} (Bolen
has be spelled as Bowling, Balen, Boling on some records) m. Tempie J.
Foy, b. 03 March 1883, TX d. OK (Etola's gparents) ; James Livingston
Stamper b. 1879 m. Amelia Otelia Reiss (Anita's gmother); Baxter Stamper
b. November 1881, TX; Stenfer Lee Stamper b. March 1884, TX d. 1927, OK;
Maggie E. Stamper b. June 1888, TX; Maudie M Stamper b. September 1894,
Indian Terr. (OK); Floyd Stamper; Maud Stamper
Notes from Anita: Campbell was supposed to have fathered 22 children, 6
by his
first wife Nancy Hall, 16 by his second wife Martha A. Peyton. Campbell
and Martha had 3 children in Kentucky, moved to Arkansas about 1871, had
3 children then moved to Texas 1875-1877, had about 5 children then
moved to the Indian Territory (Oklahoma) by 1899.

[NI03041] This Elizabeth Francis is also referred to Elizabeth Francis Adams,
indicating she may have married prior to marrying James. There is,
indeed, a record of Elizabeth Francis marrying a Stephen Adams.
However, there are conflicting records as to the parents of Elizabeth
Francis.
One record has her born 17 Mar 1834, d. 10 Oct. 1908, d/o Samuel and Dicy
(Hogg) Francis.
The other record has her born 21 Nov 1838, d. 5 Oct 1862, d/o Thomas and
Louanna (Polly) Francis.
I have combined these two records, but I would certainly like some
clarification on this, as it is possible that James md. 2 women with the
same name. If not, then who are the true parents of THIS Elizabeth
Francis?

[NI03045] BK 2 PG 40 Letcher CO KY Marriage Register.
1880 Letcher Co,KY census.
age 10 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per Oliver Stamper (1945): William Riley Stamper (John Whit, William,
James) farmer. b. May 5, 1840, in what is now either Letcher County or
Wolfe County, Kentucky. M. Louisa Branson, daughter of Leonard and
Elizabeth (Brashears) Branson. He served in the Southern Army during war
between the States. They lived for a time on Crase's Branch and then on
Rockhouse near mouth of Colly in Letcher County, Kentucky. About 1885
they moved with all their family to Petersville, Lewis County, Kentucky,
where he died April 3, 1891, and she died November 23, 1903. They are
buried in a family plot on their farm at Petersville. Adds children
Floyd & Ezekiel (who both died young), Lou Anna, & Hezekiah Branson
Stamper.
William served in the Southern Army during the Civil War. He and Louisa
lived
for a time on Crase's Branch and then on Rockhouse near the mouth of
Colly
in Letcher County, Kentucky. About 1885 they moved with all their family
to
Petersville, Lewis County, Kentucky, where they died. They are buried in
a
family plot on their farm at Petersville.

[NI03051] BK 2 PG 56 Letcher CO KY Marr.Reg.

age 6 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI03058] age 4 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI03059] age 9 months in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI03060] BK 2 PG 26 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg
Another source cites Holcomb Family for descendants.

[NI03065] age 3 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.

[NI03069] age 7 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census. Information on William Stamper Family
came from1870 Letcher County Census Book.

[NI03071] ** in the Kentucky Birth Register 1852-1861, Anna is referred to as Anna
ROBERTSON in 2 places.

[NI03077] per Judy ; Hugh Stamper married Hannah Cobb,,
daughter of Asa, 26 Mar 1846 in Owen Co., Ky. By 1850 they had two
children
Riley b 1847 and Charles b 1849. Hugh and Hannah were living with their
cousins, Hiram and Sally Cobb Stamper in Owen Co. in 1850.

[NI03078] age 21 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census. Hannah married at the age of 17 to
Hugh Stamper. Hugh's sister Mary Nancy Stamper married Elisha Cobb, the
first child of Daniel and Betsy Cobb. (See The Cobbs of Owen County KY,
page 102) See files for article Families and Early Settlers, "The Stamper
Clan" - copied from Darlene Alego Guerra's files. Says that Hannah and
Hugh were married 1847 and they prospered from the beginning, soon owned
the store that was owned by her father, Daniel. At their death, among
their estate was a vast collection of notes. They had 9 children - Sarah
and 8 others. (See Cobbs of Owen Co KY book page 102.) Sources for the
above info are the books:
1. The Cobbs of Owen Co KY by Edgar L. Morgan, editing and additions by
Mariam Sidebottoms Houchens.
2. Old Families of Randolph Co MO by Howard Wight Marshall, 1976.
3. From the files of Darlene Algeo Guerra.

[NI03080] Wm had several marriages. age 11 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census. According
to their marriage license, his marriage to Cynthia was a fourth marriage
for William and a second marriage for Cynthia. It is believed that
William may actually have been married as many as seven times. The
children listed are all the children of William, however their mothers
are not yet known. He was however married to Cynthia at the time of his
death. His will was written September 3, 1906 and was entered for
probate on October 8, 1906.

[NI03081] Nancy's birthdate indicates she had her first child at age 13?

[NI03083] BK 10 PG 70 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family
Letcher County Census Book, 1880 page 202.
Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky

[NI03085] BK 10 PG 488 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI03092] Age 20-30 1840 Bath CO KY Census PG 219

[NI03094] Age 21 Bath CO KY 1860 Census PG 76

[NI03098] Age 69 Bath CO KY 1850 Census PG 96

Missing From 1860 Census

[NI03104] age 50 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census

[NI03105] This family contributed by:Ron Holbrook;Vancouver,WA

[NI03109] age 13 in 1850 Carter Co,KY census. O'Connor's list says Washington
Stamper married Nancy STAGGS. Washington and Christine were married in
the presence of Green Stamper and Wesley Fults.

[NI03111] Georgia Wilkes Co., Collection 1779-1845, William R. Perkins Library,
Duke.; Ga. Papers, Legal Records, Counties 1179-1845; 1818-1827 Daniel
STAMPER for the use of Charles HEARD vs. Jesse CARUTHER, debt. May Term,
1822. Inferior Court. Rec. in Bk. #. folio 143; VIII Marriage Records
1792-1865, Ga. Dept of Archives & History; Licence, 12 Oct 1813 for
Daniel STAMPER to Mary Patsey JEFFS. Marriage ceremony was performed, [s]
L. MCLENDON, J.P. 12 Oct, 1813. Rec. Bk. A folio 60, 11 Mar, 1818.
and:
Betty Maynards research indicates there is a Daniel STAMPER son of Powell
STAMPER John, Powell, John. Her research says there is no proof but she
has Daniel as one of his sons. She indicates Daniel STAMPER m. Sally
GRIFFITH 1787 Prince Edward Co., VA. Sally was the dau. of William
GRIFFITH, who was a surety for the marriage bond.

[NI03115] age 5 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

Information on Stephen Stamper has been prepared by and is the property
of Researcher:
Carolyn Wilson Dyer
413 McKenna Ct.
Lexington, Kentucky 40505

This information may not be reprinted or reproduced for Resale without
the consent of owner.

Steven M Stamper married Elizabeth Murrill. He was in the Civil Was as a
Union Soldier.
Steven M Stamper Co. Muster Roll-S 14 Cav. Ky. Steven Stamper private,
Co. C,3 battin Reg't Ky. Cavalry. Age 19, appears on Company Muster-in
Roll of the organization named above. Roll dated Irvine, Ky. Feb.. 13
1863.
Joined for duty and enrolled: when-Dec 25, 1862 Where- Owsley Co. Ky.
Period 1 year. copyist .JA Stewart.
Company Muster Roll S 14 Cav. Ky Steven Stamper Pvt., Co. L, 14 Reg't.
Kentucky Cavalry appears on company Muster roll forMarch and April 1863.
Muster Out Roll dated Camp Nelson, Ky, March 24, 1864 age 20.
Family Historians record that Steven was a U .S . Marshall in Morgan
County, Kentucky, he was on assignment when ambushed and killed by Thomas
Prater after Steven's death Elizabeth and children moved to Carter
County around 1883. She was very poor and lived on a Civil War pension,
which she first applied for around 1890. Stephen married 9/28/1864 and
died4/5/1882 buried in Morgan County. Elizabeth is buried Evermans
Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky. Information from Kentucky Historical
Library, Kentucky Archives, Frankfort, Ky.
Kentucky Census:Brethitt County, Carter County, Morgan County. Kentucky
Civil War information, Archives.

[NI03118] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

Oma taught school

died of hemorrhage from miscarriage

[NI03119] lived on Smoot Creek & had a gen merch store at Premium,KY

[NI03121] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

[NI03122] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

[NI03123] he was employed at Inland Steel Co.

[NI03124] attended Cumberland College, Union College, & EKU

taught at E.KY Unvi, U of KY, & Whitesburg High

[NI03125] Source: "Combs Gen." by: Mae Frazier

James Marion had a Masters degree & Post Masters

[NI03127] age 11 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI03130] age 5 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs

[NI03133] age 18 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census; Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs

[NI03136] age 12 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
Breathitt CO KY Marr Reg/She Age 18

[NI03137] age 10 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
under 5 in 1840 Owen Co,IND census

age 10 in 1850 Owen Co,IND census

[NI03138] age 9 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI03139] age 7 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI03140] age 5 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
1900 Breathitt co, KY Census, lists grandson, Robert Stamper, b. may 1890

[NI03141] age 3 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI03234] Helen had an unknown dau by her 1st marriage

[NI03236] died young

[NI03239] 1910 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 26-26/Beaver Twshp

[NI03250] from Sherry Griggs wrote: There has not been anyy
proof that Mary E. Stamper was the daughter of John and Catherine
Stamper. She does appear in the 1850 census in the Stamper household
listed as 17yrs old. But since the census did not list relationship, she
could have been the bride of an older son, or a daughter, not yet
married. Since there are no bastardly bonds posted for any of these
Stamper children, and their marriage license list the father with the
surname Stamper, Mary E. was a STAMPER who married a STAMPER, or has an
unknown maiden name. By combining the names listed on the marriage
certificates for these children, the father was named J. Hugh Stamper.
The Campbell family is now searching through this line, and has come to
the conclusion that they do not know where the name of James Arnold
Stamper came from although "Mae" is also a nickname for Mary. James
Melmath Stamper did have one grandson named James Arnold Stamper, so it's
possible that his name could have been confused and listed accidentally
in family records as the father of James Melmath Stamper.

[NI03288] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03290] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03291] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03292] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03293] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03295] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03296] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03297] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03298] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03300] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03301] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03302] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03304] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03305] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03306] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03308] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03309] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03310] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03311] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03312] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03313] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03314] A Genealogical Publisher

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03315] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03316] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03317] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03318] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03319] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03320] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03322] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03323] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03324] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03327] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03328] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03329] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03330] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03331] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03333] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03334] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

died young?

[NI03335] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03336] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03338] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03339] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03340] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03341] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03343] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03344] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03345] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03347] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03348] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 child(ren)name(s) unknown

[NI03349] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03350] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03354] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 son & 1 dau,name(s) unknown

[NI03355] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 son & 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03358] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03360] Bonds OF Union/Inman

[NI03361] Bonds OF Union/Inman

[NI03362] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03364] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03366] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03367] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03369] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03370] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03371] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03372] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03373] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03374] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03375] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03376] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03378] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03379] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03381] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03382] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03383] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03384] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03386] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03387] Bonds OF Union/Vol I

[NI03388] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03390] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03391] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03392] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03393] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03395] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03396] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03398] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03399] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03400] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03401] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03402] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03403] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03404] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03405] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03406] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03407] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Edgar Donated Land For Blair Memorial Cem Camdenton MO

[NI03409] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03410] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

they adopted a child, name not given

[NI03411] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03412] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03413] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03414] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03415] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03416] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03418] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03419] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03420] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03421] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03423] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03424] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03425] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03426] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03427] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03428] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03429] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03431] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03432] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03434] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Gladys Was A Major Contributor TO The Bonds OF Union/Vol I

[NI03436] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03438] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Died OF Whooping Cough

[NI03439] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03441] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03443] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03446] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03447] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03448] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03449] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

descendants provided by Ealine Hintze,Tulsa,OK

[NI03450] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03451] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03452] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03453] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03454] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03455] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03457] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Ardella Was Married 1ST TO John'S Brother Luther

[NI03460] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03461] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03463] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03465] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03467] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03469] Killed IN A Fall From AN Oil Derrick Shortly After Marriage

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03470] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03472] Benny IS Twin TO Dolly (ID=1770)

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Possibly 3 Wives OF Benny/NO Other Names Listed

[NI03474] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03476] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03477] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03478] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03479] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03480] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03481] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03482] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03483] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03484] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03486] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03488] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03489] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03491] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03493] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03494] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03496] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03498] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03500] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03501] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03505] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03507] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03509] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03511] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03512] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03513] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03514] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03515] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03517] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03519] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03520] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03521] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03522] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Dep Sheriff OF Taney CO MO

[NI03525] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03527] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03528] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03530] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Etcyl & Susie Adopted Leon Sloan (ID 4096)

[NI03532] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03534] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03536] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03538] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03541] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Golda married 2nd to Elmer (last name unknown)

she had a son, Mike, b. ca 1951 in Idaho by 2nd husb

[NI03543] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03544] White Was A US Mail Carrier For 25 Yrs

HE & Dovie Operate A Small Ranch

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03545] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03548] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03551] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Norma IS Related TO MR Horner Who Married Nadine Parrill

[NI03553] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03555] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03557] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03559] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03562] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03564] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Author Says This Child IS Likely AN Error

[NI03565] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03567] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03569] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03570] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03572] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03720] adopted? by Roy Vern Dixon

[NI03724] Tipton Was Killed BY His Uncle Thomas H 'Hiram' Clarkston

[NI03732] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman
Jacob ,Grandson of Thomas Clarkston

[NI03734] 1900 Taney co MO cen/deeds/recs of Burdette Bloomer

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman
Buried Memorial Park Cemetery, Bartlesville,OK

[NI03735] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman... Also Records OF Burdette Bloomer

[NI03738] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03739] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03740] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

1910 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 25-25

[NI03742] Mar Rec Book .. PG 438/ 1900 Cens

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03752] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

died in WW II

[NI03753] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03755] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03757] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03762] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03765] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
This family mostly spelled their name SETSER

[NI03769] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03770] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 sons, name(s) unknown

[NI03771] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03776] died as an infant

[NI03786] said to be 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03796] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inmna

said to be 2 child(ren) name(s) unknown

[NI03797] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 son & 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03798] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03800] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03802] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03808] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03809] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 son & 1 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03810] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 sons, name(s) unknown

[NI03811] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI03813] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI03815] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 2 child(ren),name(s) unknown

[NI03816] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 1 child, name(s) unknown

[NI03819] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03822] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03823] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03824] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03826] said to be 1 dau, name unknown

[NI03829] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03830] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03832] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

had daughters Evelyn and Ronda, last names unknown

[NI03834] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03836] John Was Killed IN A Train-Pickup Accident

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03837] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03838] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03841] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03843] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03844] died as an infant

[NI03845] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03847] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03848] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03850] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03853] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03854] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03857] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03859] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03864] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03867] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03868] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03870] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03871] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03872] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03874] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03876] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03877] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03879] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03880] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03882] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 4 children, Names unknown

[NI03883] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03884] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03885] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03887] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03892] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03898] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03904] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03908] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03913] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03918] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03920] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03921] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03922] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03923] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03930] Born TO Pearlene Combs (ID=4079) Viola'S Sister

Adopted BY Mike And Viola

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03931] died in WWII

[NI03932] died in the war and awarded the purple heart

[NI03933] child born to Pearlene adopted by her sister, Viola

[NI03934] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03939] A School Teacher

[NI03949] died age 9

[NI03950] After Death OF His Parents

Leon Was Adopted BY His Maternal Uncle Etcyl (ID=1825/1826)

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03954] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03956] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03957] said to have married twice, name(s) unknown

[NI03960] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03962] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03963] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03967] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03969] said to have married with 3 children, name(s) unknown

[NI03970] said to have married with 1 son & 1 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI03972] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03973] Burl Schillings IS Brother TO Martha Who Married Jenita'S Brother Jim

[NI03974] said to have married twice and had 2 children

[NI03975] said to have married with 2 children

[NI03976] said to have married "Bill (....)"

and had 2 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI03980] said to be 4 daughters, name(s) unknown

[NI03981] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03985] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03989] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03997] John Henry Was Killed IN The Line OF Duty AS A Police Officer

[NI03998] Howard'S Wife Had 2 Children BY A Previous Marriage

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI03999] said to have married with 1 son

[NI04000] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04004] Sonny Boy Was Brother TO Gladys Maggard Combs (ID=1819)

[NI04008] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04012] died as an infant

[NI04019] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04024] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04026] birth year may have been 1958

[NI04027] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04031] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

Jarold & Evelyn Run A Dairy Farm & Saw Mill

[NI04036] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04044] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04048] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04050] This Child May BE IN Error

2 Sources/ 1 Listed Her & 1 Did Not

[NI04055] Sharon had 2 girls before she marr Leonard

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04057] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04063] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04068] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04076] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04080] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04087] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04092] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04096] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04098] died at the children's hospital

[NI04102] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04192] probably several other children

[NI04206] Death Certificate

Notes/Wanda Gregory

Mar Cert (Wit Mrs Ernest A Green)

Railroad man

[NI04208] Birth Rec ON File

Adopted CH OF Ida Clarkston Benson After Death OF Ida

[NI04209] Mar Rec BK 7 PG 199 & BK 4 PG 8

[NI04213] Mar Rec BK 3 PG 25

[NI04214] Mar Rec BK 3 PG 9

[NI04215] Mar Rec ON File

Mar Rec ON File

[NI04224] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04252] Mar Rec BK 4 PG 24

[NI04260] Mar Rec BK 3 PG 9

[NI04312] Ida Died AT Birth OF 4TH Child

Did The Child Also Die?

Children Raised BY Rebecca Clarkston Huffman

[NI04324] Shot BY A 3 YR Old Playmate

Spokane WA Obituary

[NI04348] Raised/Adopted BY Aunt Rebecca Clarkston Huffman

[NI04349] Raised/Adopted BY Aunt Rebecca Clarkston Huffman

[NI04350] Raised/Adopted BY Aunt Rebecca Clarkston Huffman

[NI04352] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04353] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04354] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04355] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04356] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04357] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04358] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04359] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04360] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04362] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04363] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04364] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04365] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04366] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04367] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04369] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

died young of influenza

[NI04370] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04371] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04372] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04373] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04374] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04375] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04376] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04377] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman
Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

died at birth
Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

died at birth

[NI04378] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04379] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04380] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04381] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04382] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04383] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04384] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04385] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04386] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04387] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04388] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04389] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04390] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04391] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04392] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04393] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04394] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04395] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04396] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04397] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04398] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04399] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04400] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04401] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04402] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04403] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04404] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04405] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04406] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04407] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04408] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04409] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04410] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04411] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04412] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04413] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04414] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04415] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04416] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04417] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04418] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04419] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04420] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04421] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04422] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04423] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04424] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04425] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04426] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04427] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04428] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04429] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04430] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04431] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04432] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04433] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04434] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04435] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04437] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04438] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04439] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04440] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04441] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04442] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04443] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04444] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04446] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04447] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04448] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04449] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04451] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04452] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04453] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04454] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04456] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04457] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04458] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04460] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI04465] Sister OF Jacob & Morris Miller OF KY

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04466] They Lived ON The Farm Where Henry Rice Died 1818

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04468] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04469] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

Left Sons & Daus IN Oregon

[NI04470] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04471] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04472] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04473] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04474] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04475] Lived ON The Farm OF His Grandfather Rice

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04476] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04477] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04478] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04479] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04480] Moved TO MO IN 1831

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04481] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04483] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04484] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04485] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04486] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04487] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04488] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04489] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04490] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04491] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04492] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died young?
Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute
Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died young?
Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04493] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04494] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI04495] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04497] Moved TO MO Oct 1833

Purchased Home Near Lone Jack Jackson CO MO

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04498] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04499] Known AS Poet Laureate OF Missouri

Also Known AS Sage OF Lone Jack

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04500] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04501] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04502] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04503] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04504] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04505] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04506] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04507] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04508] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04509] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04510] His Widow Married Wiley Bailey Grandson OF Patsy Bailey

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

Died on the road to California

[NI04511] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04512] This Records Indicates Children Were OF 1ST Wife/Needs Verification

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04513] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04514] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04515] Lived IN The Indian Nation IN 1891

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04516] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died as an infant

[NI04517] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04518] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04519] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04520] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04521] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04522] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04523] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04524] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04525] Near Basin Knob Jackson CO MO IN 1891

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04526] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04527] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04528] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04529] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died at the battle of Corinth

[NI04530] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04531] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04532] HE Was A Miller And A Gunsmith

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04533] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04534] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04535] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04536] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04537] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04538] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04539] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04540] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04541] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04542] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04543] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04544] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04545] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04546] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04547] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04548] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04549] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04550] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04551] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04552] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04553] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04554] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04555] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04556] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04557] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04558] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04559] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04560] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04561] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04562] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04563] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04564] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04565] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04566] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04567] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04568] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04569] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04570] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04571] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04572] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04574] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04576] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04578] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04581] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04582] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04583] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04584] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04585] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04586] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04587] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04589] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04590] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04591] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04593] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04595] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04596] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04597] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04598] Moved TO Cass CO MO 1835

Moved TO Oregon 1853

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04599] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04600] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04601] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04602] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04603] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04604] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Shute Rice

[NI04605] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04606] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04607] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04608] Moved TO MO 1835

Moved Near Salem OR 1853

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04609] Sister OF Charles Lett

Moved TO Salem? Oregon 1853

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04610] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04611] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04613] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04614] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04615] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04616] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04617] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04618] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04619] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04620] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04621] Died AT Battle OF C...

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04622] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04623] Moved TO MO 1851

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04624] Died OF Cholera Just After Move TO MO 1851

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04625] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04626] Moved TO MO 1840

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

Miss Bailey Was Dau OF His Mother'S Aunt ... (Rice) Bailey

[NI04627] She Was Dau OF Husband'S Mother'S Aunt ... (Rice) Bailey

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04628] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04629] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04630] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04632] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04633] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04634] Rice Trails 1717-1979 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04635] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04637] Rice Trails 17171-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04638] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died in the civil war

[NI04639] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04640] After Marr She Went TO His Home IN The Thiwassee Purchase

Move TO Arkansas Then Green CO MO

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

said to be 1 son & 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI04641] said to be 1 son & 2 dau, name(s) unknown

[NI04644] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04645] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04646] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04647] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04648] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04649] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04650] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04651] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04653] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04654] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04655] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04656] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04657] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04659] Removed TO Preble CO OH

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04663] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04665] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04666] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04667] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04669] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04670] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04672] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04673] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04675] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04676] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04678] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04679] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04680] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04681] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04682] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04683] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04684] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04686] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04687] She Returned Home After Her Husband Was Hanged IN KY AS AN Outlaw

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04690] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04691] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04692] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04693] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04694] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04695] A Militia Colonel IN 1831

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04696] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04697] Believed TO BE IN Missouri (Cedar CO)

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04698] She Was First Cousin TO Edmond'S First Wife Mary (Rice) Chisslers

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04699] Believed TO BE IN Missouri (Cedar CO)

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04700] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04702] Killed IN Mexican War/Body Riddled With Sniper Bullets/NO Family

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04703] Died OF Yellow Fever IN Army IN Mexican War

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04704] a shoemaker/pension from Mexican war

[NI04707] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04708] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04710] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04711] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04714] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04715] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04716] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04717] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04718] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died as an infant

[NI04719] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

died young?

[NI04720] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04722] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04723] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04725] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04727] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04729] U.S. Forest Ranger

Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04730] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04732] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04734] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04735] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04736] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04738] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04752] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04753] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI04756] Buried New Bethel, KY.

[NI04827] Fam. tradition of two branches has this Thomas Clarkston

married to Elizabeth "Sis" Rice with many children

born to this union. No marriage record was found to

support this and no list of children was available

[NI04841] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Nan Rice Shute

[NI04842] Her Father Was A Baptist Minister From Kentucky

[NI04843] Rice Trails/Nan Rice Shute

[NI04845] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04846] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04847] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04848] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04850] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04851] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04852] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04853] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04855] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04856] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04857] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04859] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04860] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04861] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04862] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04864] Attached TO 'Houston'/Presumed Killed IN Action

Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04865] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04866] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04867] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04868] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04870] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04871] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04872] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04873] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04875] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04876] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04877] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04878] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04880] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04881] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04882] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04883] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04884] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04885] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04886] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04888] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04889] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04890] Died AT Age 21

Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04891] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04892] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04894] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04895] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04896] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04898] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04899] Birth OR Death Date Must BE Wrong IF She Lived Long Enough TO Marry

Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04900] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04902] Rice Trails 1717-1977

[NI04904] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04905] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04906] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04907] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04908] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04909] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04911] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04912] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04913] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04914] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04915] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04916] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04917] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04918] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04919] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04920] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04921] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04922] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04923] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04924] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04926] James MC Keel Was 'OF' Marshfield; Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04927] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04929] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04931] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04932] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04933] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04934] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04935] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04937] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04938] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04939] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04940] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04941] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04942] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04943] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04945] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04946] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04947] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04948] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04950] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04951] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04952] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04953] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04954] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04955] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04957] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04958] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04959] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04960] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04961] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04962] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI04964] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04965] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04966] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04968] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04969] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04970] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04971] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04972] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04973] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04976] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04978] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04979] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04980] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04983] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04984] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04985] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04986] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04987] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04988] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04989] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04990] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04992] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04993] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04994] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04995] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04996] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04997] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04998] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI04999] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05000] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05001] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05002] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05003] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05005] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05006] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05007] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05008] Twin OF Leaman

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05010] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05011] Twin OF Basil Lee

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05012] Twin OF Bascom Leaman

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05013] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05014] Twin OF Lee

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05017] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05018] Killed BY Hit & Run Driver

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05020] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05021] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05022] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05024] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05025] Rice Trails/Shute

said to be 2 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI05026] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05027] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05028] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05029] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05030] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05031] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05033] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05034] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05035] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05036] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05038] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05039] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05040] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05042] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05043] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05044] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05045] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05046] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05047] Rice Trails/Shute

died as an infant

[NI05048] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05049] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05051] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05052] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05054] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05055] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05056] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05058] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05059] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05060] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05062] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05063] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05064] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05066] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05067] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05071] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05072] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05073] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05074] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05075] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05076] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05078] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05080] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05082] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05083] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05084] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05085] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05086] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05087] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05089] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05090] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05091] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05092] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05093] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05095] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05096] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05098] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05099] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05100] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05101] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05102] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05103] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05104] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05105] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05106] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05107] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05108] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05110] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05111] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05112] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05113] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05114] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05116] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05117] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05118] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05119] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05120] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05122] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05123] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05125] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05126] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05127] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05129] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05130] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05131] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05132] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05134] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05135] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05137] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05139] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05140] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05142] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05143] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05144] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05145] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05146] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05147] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05148] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05149] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05151] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05152] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05153] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05154] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05156] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05157] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05158] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05159] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05160] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05161] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05162] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05163] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05164] HE Was Orphaned And Raised IN The Home OF Green Car

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05168] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05169] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05170] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05171] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05172] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05173] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05180] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05181] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05182] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05183] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05184] Orphaned AT Age OF 8 & Raised IN Home OF Taylor Richie

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05186] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05188] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05189] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05191] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05193] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05194] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05195] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05196] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05198] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05199] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05201] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05202] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05204] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05205] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05207] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05208] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05209] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05211] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05212] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05213] Samuel Living With Them IN 1977 IN Knoxville TN

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05214] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05216] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05217] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05218] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05219] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05220] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05221] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05222] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05223] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05225] Rice Trails/Shute

died after the civil war

[NI05227] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05228] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05230] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05231] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05232] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05233] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05234] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05235] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05236] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05237] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05240] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05242] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05243] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05245] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05246] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05247] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05248] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05250] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05251] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05252] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05253] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05254] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05255] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05256] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05258] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05259] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05260] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05261] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05262] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05263] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05264] Died IN A Car Accident

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05265] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05267] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05268] Rice Trails/Shute

died in the East Texas oil Fields

[NI05269] Rice Trails/Shute

died of a flu epidemic

[NI05270] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05271] Drowned IN The Osage River

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05272] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05274] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05276] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05277] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05278] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05279] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05280] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05281] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05282] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05283] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05284] TO MO IN Covered Wagon AS Child/Near Osage River

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05286] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05288] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05289] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05290] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05291] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05292] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05294] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05295] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05296] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05297] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05298] Rice Trails/Shute

died young

[NI05299] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05301] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05302] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05303] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05304] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05305] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05307] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05308] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05309] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05311] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05312] Rice Trails/Shute

died young

[NI05313] Rice Trails/Shute

died young

[NI05314] Rice Trails/Shute

died young

[NI05315] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05317] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05318] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05319] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05322] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05323] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05324] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05326] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05328] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05329] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05330] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05332] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05333] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05335] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05336] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05337] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05338] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05340] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05341] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05342] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05343] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05344] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05346] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05347] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05348] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05349] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05350] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05351] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05352] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05353] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05354] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05355] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI05361] 6 ch died of "bloody flux" (tuberculosis)

1900 census says 11 ch born, 3 living

"Hiram" went to prison for killing his nephew, Tipton Morris

[NI05362] Nancy was reportedly Hiram's 1st cousin

but exactly "how" has not been revealed

[NI05369] Nearest Neighbor OF Joel Rice IN 1875 Tax List OF Harlan CO KY

[NI05386] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05388] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05389] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05390] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05392] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05393] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05394] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05395] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05398] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05399] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05401] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05402] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05403] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05404] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05407] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05409] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05411] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05413] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05415] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05417] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05419] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05421] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05422] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05427] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05428] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05429] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05430] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05432] killed in an auto accident

lived in Chicago,ILL, bur Sandlick Cem,Whitesburg,KY

[NI05435] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05436] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05437] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05440] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05441] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05443] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05444] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05446] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05447] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05457] According to The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 282:
- Catherine and husband John lived in a part of Lincoln Co, NC that
became part of Catawba Co in 1842. Their home was west of present day
Newton. After Catherine's death, John married Christina Moose. The
marriage took place in Lincoln Co, NC. John and Catherine were buried in
Old St. Paul's Church Cemetery. It is unknown where Christina is buried.
Buried in Old St. Paul's Church Cemetery, Newton,NC
Matthias Barringer ( Barrier), father of Catherine Barringer, was a
leader in the community and was elected to head the defense against
Indian uprising. He and two other citizens were killed by them in what is
now Burke Co. on the south fork of Upper Creek.

[NI05458] History of Caldwell Co,NC
Daniel Boone's brother Israel, had a son named Jonathan. Jonathan was the
father of Jemima

[NI05461] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 286.

[NI05463] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI05465] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 286.

[NI05468] Died in Civil War. Have conflicting info on marriage. Married Martha
Eveline Kincaid 2-4-1855 in Caldwell, Co. Other info list Martha Sudderth

[NI05477] said to have had fourteen children
History of Caldwell Co,NC
Not sure of information on Robert Nelson Setzer?
Matthew Buried At Hood Chapel Cemetery
1850 Census of Caldwell Co. in home of Matthew Setzer
Nancy 47 F =1803
Peggy 21 F =1829
Julian 19 F =1831
Mary 17 F =1833
William 13 M =1837
Cynthia 11 F =1839
Sarah 8 F =1842
Nancy 5 F =1845
Matthew 2 M =1848
Julias 4/12 F =1849

Matthew Setzer lived in Collettsville John's River Township

[NI05494] age 29 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI05508] Born in Hawkins County, Tenn.

[NI05547] in Span-AM War: Religion;ADVENTIST

The Heritage of Caldwell Co,NC

Source:Margaret Caldwell: rt 02 box 233;

Clacksville,ARK 72830;(501)754-6304
Buried at Tabernacle Advent Christian Church, Lenoir. Served in the
Spanish-American War.

[NI05551] he was a mason

Marg Caldwell;Rt2 Box 233;Clarksville,ARK 72830
Dallas was a MASON

[NI05565] Buried at Tabernacle Advent Christian Church,Lenoir

[NI05578] a piano teacher, Methodist & Bapt

Marg. Caldwell,Rt 2,Box 233,Clarksville ARK 72830

(502)754-6304

[NI05579] He was a Mechanic

resided Maine, Mass, NC,FL,Miss
Edward was a mechanic,resided in Maine, Mass., NC, Fla. and Miss.

[NI05597] died of diptheria at age 5mo 3da

[NI05598] source:Marg. Caldwell;Rt 2 box 233;Clarksville,ARK 72830

(501) 754-6304

[NI05611] drown in lake, 16 yrs old

[NI05643] died of diptheria at age 3

[NI05690] a Registered Nurse

[NI05694] a teacher

[NI05704] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI05705] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI05707] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI05708] Stanfred was called into the Army on 12-7-1942. Mary was A WAC in the Army

[NI05710] died age three

History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI05717] Eli STAMPER was my gr gr gr grandfather and in our family records, his
wife, Priscilla's last name is listed throughout as LAGON although LOGAN
does seem more likely. Anyone searching her info may want to check using
both spellings. If you have any actual vital records that specify, I'll
concede. Judy Lynn.
Eli Stamper was in Company "A", 16th Virginia Cavalry formed 1/15/1863 by
consolidation of Ferguson's Battilion Va. Cav. with four companies of
Caldwell's Battilion Va. Cav. in the Civil War. This makes us a Child of
the Confederacy which can be certified and which a certificate can be
obtained from the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Eli Stamper, Private, Reg't Virginia Cavalry appears on Company Master
Roll for October 31, 1863 to April 1, 1864.

Enlisted August 5, 1862; Lebanon, VA; by Capt. Stevenson; for 3 years.
-----------------------------------
October 31, 1863 to October 31, 1864; dated November 30, 1864.

Absent - wounded
-----------------------------------
Last paid by Maj. Jenkins to Aug. 31, 1864.

Absent - wounded
-----------------------------------
The Stampers have been traced to the 1660s in Middlesex County, Virginia,
of English descent and John Stamper was a member of a committee to verse
Church construction. In the 1720s the Stampers were affiliated by
"Christ's Church".

[NI05795] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI05799] Maiden name unknown, she had two children, Robert and Ina, by a previous
husband.
Maiden name not known,she had two children,Robert and Ina, by a previous
husband

[NI05800] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI05887] Marriage record on file in Harlan Co KY
Marriage on file in Harlan Co. Ky.

[NI05918] age 20 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI05921] Marriage record obtained from County records

[NI05924] According to personal records of Kay Inman dated Jul 97:
- Married to a Mary Sietz. This appears to be a discrepancy
Buried at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.

[NI05955] Elaine is the contributor of this line

[NI05979] Have a listing as Daniel Columbus Setzer

[NI05982] Zebulon Baird (Vance) Setzer

[NI05984] Could this Albert G. Setzer be the same as Bert Setzer father of Sarah
Ola Setzer,who married into the Whiseant line? or was Bert a child of
this Albert? This appears a logical choice and therefore have added Bert
as the son of Albert and may change later if evidence is found to the
contrary.

[NI05985] Eli was not married and had no children
Enlisted in Civil War July 15, 1861. Presented or accounted for
until wounded in the thigh and captured at Gettysburg,Pa. July 1-3 1863.
Died at Gettysburg on July 4, 1863 of Wounds.

[NI05988] Harriet Emma was the daughter of William Alphonso Setzer She married
Thomas Setzer the son of William Setzer and Jane Tipps. Harriet and
Thomas were first cousins.

[NI05989] Thomas & Harriet were 1st cousins

check for doubles

[NI05990] Robert was a Jailer

[NI06009] Divorce granted restoration of her maiden name.

[NI06011] died age 1 day

[NI06013] Pastor of the First Baptist Church at Shelton

[NI06014] Killed in action in World War II

[NI06043] died in an auto accident

[NI06077] Mary was co-author of 2 gardening books about Hawaii

[NI06080] he was an army officer

[NI06099] She is a graduate of the Univ. of Colorado

[NI06133] died age 18 of tuberculosis
Died at age 18 of Tuberculosis

[NI06140] killed in an auto accident

[NI06291] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06292] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06300] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

According to email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997):
- Daughter of John Benton Albertson and Mary Melceny Crane

[NI06322] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06323] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06327] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06328] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI06341] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Grant Ison (Moses, Rachel. William, James)
farmer. b. May 4, 1867, in Letcher County, Kentucky. M. Susan Frazier,
daughter of John and Matilda (Hogg) Frazier. They settled on Rockhouse
Creek where they still live. He has been blind for years. (names 3 ch)

[NI06364] He was in the Revolutionary War

[NI06422] Married a Rapp.

[NI06428] Married a Spearman.

[NI06444] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI06455] died in early manhood of T.B.

[NI06456] killed by a sniper in Georgia

[NI06457] died in the Union Army with disentary

[NI06462] Billie was the founder of the Pine Mountain Settlement School

[NI06466] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI06475] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI06476] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI06477] Source:CREECH FAMILY:by James M Creech,Snow Hill NC

[NI06583] Susan Lawson reports: Joel's first wife was Mary Jane Lady. They were
married circa 1889 and then divorced at some point in the 1890s. I do
not believe that his second wife was Marthie Ratliff. I may have
mistakenly reported that earlier, but now realize the mistake. I believe
Joel's second wife was Lillie Burckhardt. Weren't Marthie and Tom
Ratliff the people who raised Joel's daughter Emily Stamper (born 1890)?
From Carole Bays; Joel's obit says he was b. 14 june 1866 Owsley Co, KY,
died 4 july 1936 Clark Co. names his widow as Marthie Ratliff Stamper.
Informant was Ema Fraley. Cause of death: Shock and fractured skull &
pneumothorax. Struck by car in public place. Buried Everman Cem.

[NI06591] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI06658] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 30, married to John Setzer
- Born in Yancy Co
- Unable to read/write
1850 Census Macon Co., HH# 201 Age 30 Unable to read or write

[NI06659] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 201 - Not in census

[NI06660] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI06704] the late date of this marriage record might indicate

this is a second marriage... or

not the right Anderson Clark(ston)

[NI06706] C.C. died of consumption at age 27

[NI06710] second marriage is based on marr rec of Bob Clark

neither the 2nd marr or child is proven

[NI06717] may have been other children born in Texas

this fam compiled from birth records of Lee Co,VA

[NI06739] living in Morehead,KY in 1971

[NI06768] said to have married but spouses name not given

[NI06771] died young

[NI06772] died young

[NI06838] possible this female is "Serlity" Daugherty?

possibly married 1st to another Clark(ston)?

or a missing Clark(ston) girl?

[NI06839] marr rec says Bob was son of

Adam and CORENIA Clark

this may not be correct father

[NI06840] this marriage not proven

[NI06842] the marr rec of A.F. & Ollie stated A.F. was age 18 and a divorcee?????

no marr rec found for 1st marr

[NI06844] what happened to A.F.?

[NI06850] obit says he raised 2 granddaughters;

Mrs. Malinda Riddle, and Mrs. Mary Reasor

[NI06856] Stephen is the contributor of this line

[NI06858] he became ill during the Civil War and came home to die

[NI06859] Elias was a wheelright

[NI06860] parentage not proven

[NI06864] they moved to KS in 1870s and later to Madison co,ARK

[NI06865] it is reported that there WERE other children

[NI06878] 1895 census/Adair co,IA lists Frank,Alice,E.G.,Rilla,E.F.,W.O.

Cem Recs/Orient,IA list Rilla,Boyd(1912-14),Donald(1914-14)

poss that Boyd & Donald ch of this family

[NI06890] may have been other ch after 1860 Perry co census

[NI06908] this John supposedly married twice.

Martha supposedly is second wife who bore him 3 children

supposedly were 10 children total

[NI06917] Isaac & Mary Ann were in Yell co,ARK in 1900

but their deaths are not recorded there

[NI06920] this family needs more research

Probably more children

1880 Wise Co,VA census,fam 181,dwelling 181

[NI06922] Z.Taylor may have married 2nd to Nancy Hale in Letcher Co,KY in 1896

It is said he went to B.C. Canada

[NI06954] Bessie is said to be niece?? of Jessee Gilley (RN=18675)

[NI06964] said to have had 5 boys and 4 girls

[NI06968] missing in action in WW II

[NI06984] Georgia taught school for 20 years

[NI06990] Edith was prev married & annulled with 2 sons

[NI07034] her obit listed 3 gr-childr & 4 ggrandchildr

names not given

[NI07081] Record states he had 3 other wives, names not given

[NI07082] record says he married 3 or 4 times

all children might not be issue of Becky Morris

[NI07086] this record was not clear. says Phoebe md.1. Mr. Minton

md.2:(...) but list her husband as Ballard Gilliam

at one point she is referred to as Phoebe MOORE Farbee

[NI07139] Susie and Ballard were said to have had 19 children

no names given

[NI07164] died as an infant

[NI07284] see book "The Village of Keokee" page 65, price $5.50

Mrs. John Joyce,PO box 81,Keokee,BA 24265

[NI07299] 1900 fed cen says 9 ch/7 living

only 3 living at home to identify

[NI07305] confusion: Robert/Randal/Sarah birthdates seem suspicious

Robert and Randal might be same

[NI07325] noting birthdate of Randal and Joseph causes confusion

[NI07367] there were probably other children

these were identified from avail marr recs

[NI07388] Date of death from headstone; name spelled "Sealah" on stone. Name
correct, per
Alta Faubus - biblical spelling.
1870 census of Lee Co. Va., Yocum Station Township, page 394, lists her as
Celia A. Witt, daughter of Edmon & Eliza.
Celia came to Ark. with her parents after the dissolution of her first
marriage. Married 2nd, Henry Taylor Shipp.
She is buried at East Greasy Creek, near Combs, Ar. in the Witt family
row,
which includes her father, Edmond, and her grandfather, Archable Witt,
who is said to be buried there (per Sybil Emberson Vodrazka, descendant of
Edmond's brother, Isaac Witt).
Grand-daughter Alta Faubus remembers her fondly as a quiet woman, "the
best old
person in the world. I can remember one day, she and I sitting out under
a tree, cracking walnuts. She had her glasses on". Selah and Taylor
were living with Rachel's family when Selah died, Alta thinks of
pneumonia. She
called Alta's sister Iva to her bedside and told her that she was" going
over to
the other side" and wouldn't see her here any more. There is a nice
picture of
Celia in her later years in "Fading Memories" Volume 11, by Carol
Whittemore
(1992), page 2.

[NI07389] Dates from "Madison County" (Ark.) "Cemeteries"-Vol. II. Per Erma White
Ball,
Fayetteville, Ark. - was sister of Selah. Correction of year of death
from 1920
to 1929 per "Madison County" (Ark.) "Musings", Vol. IX, No. 3, Fall, 1991.
Also from: Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI07390] !SOURCE: Date & state of birth per 1900 Madison Co., Ark., census, where
he was
enumerated in Mill Creek Twp. in dwelling #144, next door to his parents,
Edmond
& Eliza Clark Witt.
The 1880 census, Clay Co., KY, Dist. 7, family #76, lists Isaac as
"Newton I.",
living with Edmond & Eliza and his sisters - Selah Ann, Mary, Rachel, and
his brothers - William G. & Daniel W.

Burial site per Pansy Witt Elliott, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 12 Oct
1984

[NI07409] marr rec found Wise Co,VA register 1,page 36,line 26

[NI07412] he was a blacksmith. source: mss entitled "Hounshell Family of S.W.
Virginia"; by Clifford Canfield,1973

[NI07419] Joe served in Civil War. Resided in Leslie County and

Big Laurel of Greasy Creek,Harlan Co,KY

[NI07424] the area in Harlan Co,KY where the children

were born is now part of Leslie Co,KY

shot by an unknown assassin

[NI07447] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 284.

[NI07448] no descendants located

[NI07450] died in the Great Fire in St.Louis,MO

[NI07469] died age 18

[NI07470] died age 15

[NI07544] Nannie may have been issue of Rachel's second marriage

which would make her a Goodwin

[NI07555] married before he died at age 15?????

[NI07559] died age 10

[NI07600] Note: the parents of Vesta as reported by Don Adams are different than
those found by G.K. Inman. Don states: Josiah S. Rice, b April 17, 1868
in Clay Co., Ky,; d. April 01, 1936 in Varilla Ky. He married Vesta Mae
Clark, daughter of Harman Clark and Nania Clark.

[NI07648] 4 dau from prev marr as documented in

estate of Francis Clarkston in 1932-34 and

estate of Bessie in 1940,Wise Co,VA

[NI07686] parents names come from Marriage record

and do not correspond to her surname of Gibbons

[NI07709] she was Cherokee Indian and her maiden name was Mynard

[NI07740] her surname of Williamston does not match with

surnames of parents listed in marriage record

[NI07764] his obit said he had 31 grandchildren & 25 greatgrandchildren

[NI07777] resided Tutherford College,NC

[NI07781] died as an infant

[NI07793] died as an infant

[NI07794] died as an infant

[NI07805] Lived in Benton Co, Arkansas 1880. Data from Alice Henson (E-mail, dtd
According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 201 - Age 39, married to
Berthena - Listed as farmer - Value of real estate was 150 - Born in
Lincoln Co - Can read and write

[NI07829] Records of Mary DeBusk Voth,5644 S. Waterbury Rd,Des Moins IA 50312

[NI07830] source:Isaac Garrison Family Association

5009 N.Tulsa/Oklahoma cty,OK 73112

[NI07831] marr date listed as 3-10-1838/ 3 oct 1838?

[NI07832] it is not clear if Clerissa's maiden name or 1st husband's name was Vance

or "Hart" was Merrica's married name.

[NI07834] The Baily information was contributed by

Mrs. Omar (Olene) Bailey of Louisville,KY

[NI07849] Elizabeth "Liz" Moore's husband's uncle, David Leon Setzer is descended
from this Thomas and Mary "Polly" (Moore) Setzer line.
Elizabeth (LIz) Moore's husband's uncle,David Leon Setzer is descended
from this Thomas and Mary (Polly) Moore Setzer line.

[NI07850] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 61, born Jan 1839, married to
Mathias B. Setser for 42 yrs - Had 13 children, 10 living - Born in GA -
Can read and write

[NI07851] child "Oscar" from Stephen Smith

Remainder from James W. Witt

James Witt states probably other children

[NI07865] the desc. of William and Martha have NOT been documented satisfactorily

one source said 9 children, but I found only 8 probable.

[NI07871] Clem Ancestry provided by

Gladys B. Clem of Staunton,VA

[NI07872] see "Bonds of Union,Vol I" pg 47 & 48

[NI07880] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman/PG 109

1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 360-367

[NI07881] Tombstone Inscr/Taney CO/Vol Iii/Williams

[NI07885] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 360-367

[NI07886] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 34-34

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman/PG 109

1910 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 209-209

[NI07912] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 35-35

[NI07959] According to 1850 Cherokee Co, NC census: - HH # 657 - Age 57, married to
Susan - Listed as M. D. ? - Value of real estate was 600 - Can read and
write - Born in NC
According to the Cherokee Co. Census report of 1850 HH# 657 age 57
married to Susan, listed as M D Value of real estate 600, can read and
write

[NI07968] William had only child.He died young

[NI07980] Esther was never married

[NI07985] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)

[NI08034] from Bev Houghtaling: I noticed that you listed Green B. and Lee HENSLEY
as children of Polly STAMPER and John HENSLEY. I think that the source
of this is the work of William O'Connor, and I think it is probably not
correct. I found Green B. and Lee HENSLEY on the 1880 Breathitt County
census, enumerated with William GROSS and Susan STAMPER, Polly's sister.
If they are Polly's children, why are they with her sister. I think it
is more likely that they are the grandchildren of Susan and William
GROSS. I would be interested in hearing what others think.

[NI08042] all but 2 children provided by Mrs. Robert Schaumburg

[NI08075] Austins Genealogical Dictionary OF Rhode Island

Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI08081] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI08096] said to have 5 sons and 1 dau

[NI08097] Barbara Boone Bryan Was Sister TO Daniel Boone

[NI08100] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI08102] Will OF Michael Dated 6 Dec 1816 Stafford NJ

[NI08104] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI08106] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI08110] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI08112] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI08114] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI08140] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08141] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08142] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08143] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08144] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08145] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08146] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08147] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08148] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08149] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08150] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08151] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08152] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08153] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08154] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08155] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08156] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08221] died of enlargement of the spleen

[NI08241] Prob Related TO Joab Woodruff Who Married Abrahams Sister Sabra

[NI08242] Helene Reed Wheeler Records Including Probate Recs/

Land Recs/ Articles/Headstones

Killed IN Accident Bldg RD TO Toledo OH

[NI08246] Left Beaver PA 1810/Lived Berlin (Erie CO ON)/ MT Vernon/ & TO Norwalk
Huron CO OH IN 1816. Prob More Children.

[NI08248] 1804 IN Beaver CO PA/ 1812 West OF Cleveland OH

Later IN MT Vernon Knox CO OH

[NI08249] 11 Children/7 Reached Maturity

Helene Reed Wheeler Records

[NI08250] Prob More Children/Only 2 Known TO Have Lived TO Maturity

Helene Reed Wheeler Records

[NI08258] said to have been 9 children

[NI08263] died young

[NI08265] said to have had 8 children

[NI08268] said to have had 13 children

[NI08271] said to have 11 children

[NI08273] said to have had 6 children

[NI08275] said to have had 3 children

[NI08277] said to have had 3 children

[NI08291] said to have had 3 children

[NI08293] said to have had 4 children

[NI08297] said to have had 4 children

[NI08299] said to have had 6 children

[NI08301] said to have had 8 children

[NI08303] said to have had 5 children

[NI08308] said to have had 4 children

[NI08315] said to have had 6 children

[NI08317] said to have had 3 children

[NI08320] said to have had 4 children

[NI08322] said to have had 6 children

[NI08334] She Was Age 61 JR 6 MO 23 Days

[NI08335] said to have had 7 children

[NI08337] said to have had 5 children

[NI08340] said to have had 5 children

[NI08342] said to have had 4 children

[NI08347] said to have had 5 children

[NI08349] said to have had 5 children

[NI08351] said to have had 8 children

[NI08353] said to have had 10 children

[NI08355] said to have had 5 children

[NI08700] Oliver Stamper (1945) adds 6 children

[NI08701] Source says the descendants are listed with the BOWLING family

[NI08706] from Wil Vaught; They had two children. She survived Charles.

[NI08707] Sarah was the last of 13 children of Alexander McWilliams

[NI08738] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08739] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08740] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08741] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08742] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08743] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08744] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08745] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08746] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08747] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08748] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08749] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08750] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08751] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08752] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08753] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08754] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08755] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08756] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08757] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08758] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08759] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08760] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08761] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08762] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08763] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08764] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08765] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08766] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08767] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08768] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08769] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08770] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08771] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08772] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08773] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08774] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08775] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08776] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08777] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08778] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08779] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08780] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08781] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08782] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08783] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08784] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08785] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08786] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08787] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08788] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08789] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08790] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08791] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08792] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08793] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08794] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08795] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08796] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08797] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08798] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08799] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08800] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08801] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08802] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08803] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08804] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08805] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08806] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08807] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08808] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08809] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08810] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08811] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08812] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08813] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08814] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08815] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08816] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08817] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08818] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08819] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08820] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08821] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08822] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08823] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08824] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08825] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08826] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08827] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08828] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08829] prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08830] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08831] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08832] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08833] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08834] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08835] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08836] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08837] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08838] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08839] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08840] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08841] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08842] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08843] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08844] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08845] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08846] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08847] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08848] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08849] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08850] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08851] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08852] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08853] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08854] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08855] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08856] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08857] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08858] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08859] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08860] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08861] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08862] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08863] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08864] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08865] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08866] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

Prob.Died Early/See 10334

[NI08867] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08868] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08869] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08870] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08871] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08872] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08873] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08874] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08875] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08876] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08877] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08878] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08879] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08880] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08881] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08882] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08883] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08884] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08885] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08886] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08887] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08888] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08889] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08890] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08891] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08892] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08893] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08894] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08895] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08896] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08897] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08898] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08899] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08900] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08901] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08902] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08903] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08904] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08905] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08907] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08908] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08909] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08910] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08911] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08912] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08913] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08914] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08915] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08916] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08917] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08918] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08919] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08920] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08921] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08922] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08923] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08924] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08925] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08926] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08927] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

middle name unreadable

[NI08928] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08929] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

Robert remarried Eliza after marriage to Emily

[NI08930] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

Eliza married, div, then later remarried Robert

[NI08931] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08932] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

there appears to be at least two more children

but the record is totally unreadable

[NI08933] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08934] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08935] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08936] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08937] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08938] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08939] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08940] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08941] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08942] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08943] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08944] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08945] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08946] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08947] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08948] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08949] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08950] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08951] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08952] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08953] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08954] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08955] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08956] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08957] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08958] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08959] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08960] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08961] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08962] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08963] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08964] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08965] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08966] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08967] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08968] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08969] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08970] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08971] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08972] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08973] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08974] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08975] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08976] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08977] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08978] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08979] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08980] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08981] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08982] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08983] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08984] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08985] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08986] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08987] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08988] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

first name(s) unreadable

[NI08989] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

first names unreadable (MARY?/MARGARET?)

[NI08990] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08991] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08992] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08993] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08994] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08995] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08996] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08997] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08998] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI08999] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09000] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09001] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09002] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09003] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09004] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09005] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09006] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09007] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09008] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09009] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09010] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09011] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09012] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09013] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09014] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09015] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09016] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09017] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09018] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09019] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09020] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09021] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09022] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09023] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09024] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09025] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09026] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09027] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09028] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09029] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09030] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09031] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09032] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09033] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09034] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09035] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09036] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09037] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09038] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09039] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09040] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09041] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09042] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09043] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09044] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09045] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09046] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09047] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09048] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09049] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09050] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09051] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09052] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09053] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09054] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09055] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09056] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09057] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09058] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09059] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09060] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09061] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09062] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09063] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09064] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09065] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09066] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09067] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09068] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09069] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09070] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09071] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09072] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09073] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09074] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09075] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09076] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09077] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09078] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09079] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09080] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09081] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09082] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09083] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09084] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09085] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09086] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09087] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09088] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09089] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09090] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09091] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09092] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09093] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09094] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09095] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09096] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09097] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09098] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09099] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09100] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09101] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09102] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09103] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09104] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09105] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09106] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09107] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09108] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09109] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09110] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09111] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09112] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09113] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09114] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09115] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09116] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09117] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09118] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09119] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09120] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09121] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09122] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09123] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09124] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09128] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09129] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09130] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09131] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09132] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09133] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09134] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09135] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09136] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09137] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09138] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09139] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09140] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09141] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09142] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09143] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09144] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09145] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09146] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09147] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09148] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09149] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09150] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09151] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09152] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09153] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09154] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09155] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09156] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09157] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09158] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09159] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09160] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09161] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09162] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09163] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09164] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09165] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09166] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09167] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09168] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09169] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09170] Mcpherson

[NI09171] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09172] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09173] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09174] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09175] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09176] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09177] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09178] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09179] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09180] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09181] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09182] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09183] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09184] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09185] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09186] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09187] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09188] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09189] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09190] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09191] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09192] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09193] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09194] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09195] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09196] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09197] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09198] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09199] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09200] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09201] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09202] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09203] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09204] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09205] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09206] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09207] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09208] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09209] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09210] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09211] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09212] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09213] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09214] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09215] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09216] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09217] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09218] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09219] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09220] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09221] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09222] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09223] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09224] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09225] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09226] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09227] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09228] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09229] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09230] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09231] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09232] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09233] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09234] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09235] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09236] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09237] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09238] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09239] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09240] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09241] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09242] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09243] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09244] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09245] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09246] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09247] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09248] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09249] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09250] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09251] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09252] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09253] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09254] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09255] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09256] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09257] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09258] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09259] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09260] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09261] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09262] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09263] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09265] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09266] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09267] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09268] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09269] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09270] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09271] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09272] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09273] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09274] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09275] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09276] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09277] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09278] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09279] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09280] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09281] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09282] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09283] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09284] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09285] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09286] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09287] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09288] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09289] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09290] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09291] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09292] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09293] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09294] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09295] chart prepared 1869 by EDW MCPHERSON

[NI09351] He was murdered by a highwayman

[NI09394] res. Ferndale,Mich

[NI09395] res. Ferndale,Mich

[NI09397] res. Portland,OR

[NI09403] adopted as an infant

[NI09404] adopted as an infant

[NI09414] from Edie Suttle, jsattle9@idt.net: looking for information on Elizabethh
Dunham b. 19 SEP 1910, in Cincinnati, Ohio d. 06 AUG 1992, in
California. Elizabeth married a Harvey Stamper, for whom I do not have
any information.
from Edie Suttle, jsattle9@idt.net: looking for information on Elizabethh
Dunham b. 19 SEP 1910, in Cincinnati, Ohio d. 06 AUG 1992, in
California. Elizabeth married a Harvey Stamper, for whom I do not have
any information. I'm trying to find some clues to my maternal
grandparents: Charles Robert Bach DUNHAM b. abt.1887 (supposedly
Cincinnati, OH.)dec. 5/15/1948, Cincinnati, OH. h/o Elizabeth SCULLY b
abt 1887 (supposedly Cincinnati, OH.) dec 5/15/1948 and both buried at
Rest Haven Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH. About Elizabeth Scully: I only know
that her father was a great plasterer and was known as "Black Mike the
Whistler" and plastered the ceilings of some of the larger department
stores in Cincinnati. Elizabeth was at the West Side Convent prior to
marrying Charles. About Charles: He had three brothers, Dave w Lula,
Ayres and Oz (Aka ?) and they all resided in or around the Cincinnati
area. My mother, Elizabeth (2) DUNHAM, married Harvey Hall STAMPER, b
1906 in Owsley Co. KY. Is anyone doing a Stamper research come across a
Stamper/Dunham in their family group? Will appreciate any clues, Janet
Email zappia@net999.comm

[NI09439] records of Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill Rd;Essex CT 06426 (1991)

[NI09443] of German descent

[NI09444] of Mexico Farm and Horseshoe farm

[NI09453] he was a weaver

Came to Richmond Co VA with his brother, John

[NI09455] came to Richmond Co Va with his bro William

he was a weaver

[NI09474] died in childbirth

[NI09480] OF Rowan & Burke CO NC

[NI09496] raised by her aunt Victoria PLANT Vandiver

[NI09510] recs if Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill Rd;Essex CT 06426 (1991)

[NI09514] from Wil Vaught: He was a farm Laborer on his father's farm until he was
18. He then spent a year working as a brakeman on the B&O; Railroad (which
runs through Aberdeen.) When he was 20 he left for California. There he
worked as a truck driver for a citrus packing plant in Covina and he met
and married his first wife. Around 1934, he and his first wife divorced
and wandered the country slowly working his way back to Aberdeen. He
worked as a Ranch-hand and a cow puncher . In 1939, after his second
marriage, he was employed as a heavy equipment operator at Aberdeen
Proving Grounds in Harford Co., MD. He worked his way up to Chief of the
Heavy Equipment/Range Maintenance Branch. He retired in 1971 with 32
years as a Civil Service Employee. His siblings, nieces and nephews
called him (Uncle) Dent; to all others, he was Dennis.

[NI09546] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI09587] He had light hair and blue eyes

[NI09588] died age 65 yrs, 9 mo, & 6 days

she had black eyes and dark hair

[NI09705] died as an infant

[NI09706] died as an infant

[NI09707] died at age 35

practiced medicine @ Freeport PAA

[NI09710] died age 13

[NI09711] died age 2

[NI09729] died as an infant

[NI09730] died as an infant

[NI09766] record says she married 12 may 1712

but does not say to whom

[NI09790] This is the direct line of (and was supplied by);

J. Maxine Short;RR 3 Box 11; Lincoln IL 62656

[NI09811] he drowned before his son James was born

[NI09869] Henry C. not proven as child

[NI09879] from Bev Houghtling: concerning my ancestors Polly Stamper and John
Hensley. I had questioned whether it was correct to list Lee and
Greenberry Hensley as their children. I have found, for certain, that
they were not. According to Susan Hensley O'Rourke, the wife of Clay
Hensley, a descendent of Greenberry, they were the illegitimate twin sons
of Susan Hensley and ? Hollon. Susan died soon after they were born, and
they were taken in by the Gross family. The marriage records I have
found for these two verify that information.

[NI09880] adopted by George R. Elliott

[NI09917] They were the great grandparents of Gen. George Washington

[NI09970] she was an orphan

[NI09978] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 27, born Feb 1873, single living with parents
- Can read and write

[NI10010] friend of Sir Walter Raleigh

[NI10103] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 22, born Aug 1877, single living with parents
- Can read and write

[NI10104] History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana From the
Earliest Time to the Present; Together with Interesting Biographical
Sketches, Reminiscences, Notes, Etc. Chicago, Goodspeed Bros. & Co.
Publishers, 1884. Weston A. Goodspeed, Leroy C. Goodspeed, Charles L.
Goodspeed. Unknown County.

James H. Donica, a native of Shawswick Township, Lawrence County, Indiana,
born October 22, 1834, is the fourth of seven children of Caswell and
Henrietta (Thatcher) Donica, the father a native of Green County, Tenn.,
born December, 1803. The parents of Caswell came from Kentucky to Indiana
in 1818. The marriage of the latter to Miss Thatcher occurred November 6,
1826, and soon afterward he located on a farm to do for himself, living
many years years, becoming well respected and securing a fine farm of
about 570 acres. His death occurred August 4, 1883. He was a stanch
democrat. His widow yet survives, at the age of about seventy-eight
years. She was a native of Bourbon County, Ky., born January 33, 1807.
At the age of twenty-three years, with a limited schooling, James H. began
for himself. October 7, 1858, he married Nancy Hunter, who bore him one
child: William L. His wife died August 18, 1865, and September 21, 1871,
he married Naomi Trogdon, who has present him with three children: James
F., Henrietta A. and Lawrence C. His occupation has been farming and
stock raising. His farm of 470 acres, well stocked, shows his success.
He is a Republican; belongs to the Christian Church, and his wife to the
Methodist Church. The family are among the best citizens.

[NI10110] Death year unreadable

[NI10152] killed by Indians

[NI10153] one of the founders of Effingham NH

[NI10154] desc of Maurice Hobbs

[NI10177] Margaret provided by Chris Schultheis (2 oct 1997).

[NI10179] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI10181] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI10183] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI10225] died in a hotel fire

[NI10238] Mary PROBABLY dau of Edward

[NI10244] He was Gov of WV from 1871-1877

[NI10310] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10315] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10323] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10325] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10328] from Sam and Faye (Deaton) Stamper: A grandson of Green, Russell, is the
county court clerk in Lee County (Beattyville). Russell had two brothers
and a sister that I remember, Donald, Murrell and Betty Ruth. Green had
several children. I don't recall all their names. Some are Harlan,
Clayton, Milllard, Bedford. Clayton had a son named Paul.

[NI10332] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10351] Dau Nancy Vandeveer named in his will

[NI10374] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10375] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI10392] Judge of Co court

[NI10419] Source: "The Lefferts/Haughwout Family" Chart/1903

sent by Arvid Nelson,141 Mango Ct,Middleburg FL 32068: jun 1991

[NI10420] Femmetje emigrated from Holland 15 May 1660 to New Amsterdam

[NI10523] source: Billie Sears;Chouteau,OK 74337 (June 1992)

[NI10595] said to be uncle of Bess RIGGS Witt (RN=18492)

and Stella TATE Witt (RN=18495

[NI10609] after Julia died, Betty was raised by her maternal grandmother,

Sally STEWART Cox and Wiley WITT

[NI10629] Dr. Morris had 20 children by 2 wives, Rosa being his second wife.
no names given in this record

[NI10643] he was a vet of WW I

[NI10645] record states he married under duress

[NI10684] died as an infant

[NI10693] James was the contributor of this WITT material

[NI10738] divorced in 1951,Valparaiso,IND

[NI10808] killed in action in WW II

[NI10840] from Wil Vaught; They had four children. One of the four, Stanley "TJ"
Vaught, died at the age of three.

[NI10887] might she be same as RN=18616 or RN=19132?

[NI10928] Immigrated firts to PA in 1747 then to VA

extr fr:"Stuckey and Ream Families" by Elmer Leonides Denniston (1939)

[NI10989] There is a discrepancy here. per James N. Long (29 Oct 1997). This line
appears in Halifax Co, NC and Brunswick Co, VA. Elizabeth Stamper, a
widow, died in Halifax Co, NC in 1786, naming children Franky Brewer,
Sarah Stamper, John Stamper, and Robert. Robert was born about 1770, and
married on 2 jul 1793 in Brunswick Co, VA. to Keziah Bagwell. They moved
to Montgomery Co., TN before 1820.
Per records of Marge Turner, via Betty Maynard's book "Stamper Court
Records Middlesex Co, VA 1673-1852", the Robert Stamper (son of John
(1741-1747) and Elizabeth (....) Stamper) who married Keziah Bagwell
died, pre 1797 in Brunswick, and was the son of Robert (1793-1807) and
Mildred (....) Stamper.

[NI10991] he was beaten to death by two men named "Lindon"

the next morning the two were found hanged from the tree where they beat
James to death

[NI11031] Found several Bonaguidi families living in Illinois, Texas, and New
Mexico.
Who was Frank Bonaguidi b. 2 feb 1902, d. Feb 1956 in Washington State?
(soc Sec Death Index). Possible brother to Ada?Found several Bonaguidi
families living in Illinois, Texas, and New Mexico.
Who was Frank Bonaguidi b. 2 feb 1902, d. Feb 1956 in Washington State?
(soc Sec Death Index). Possible brother to Ada?

[NI11043] Daniel/David was married twice, first wife's name is unknown.

[NI11119] his wife was his bro's widow

[NI11120] submitted by Kenny Burrow;PSC 561 Box 1316;FPO AP 96310-1316;Sept 1991

[NI11137] Timothy desc of Gen. Robert Lewis, b. Bracon Wales 1607

[NI11147] Adopted by John Frederic

[NI11171] from privately published book by

Anne (Reed) (Mrs. V. Irvin) Ritchie

of Milwaukie,Oregon

[NI11183] said to have had 5 children

[NI11247] from THE CHATHAM FAMILY IN AMERICA, compiled by Dr. Alfred Thomas
Chatham, 1910, Clarkton MO

[NI11267] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI11270] History of Caldwell Co,NC

[NI11280] Imogene Davis;Rt 2 Box 256;Iuka,MS 38852

Patsy Jones;Rt 2 Box 927;Selmer TN 38373

Whitaker Wanderings

[NI11281] Patsy Jones;Rt 2 Box 927;Selmer TN 38373

[NI11283] Patsy Jones;Rt 2 Box 927;Selmer TN 38373

[NI11284] Patsy Jones;Rt 2 Box 927;Selmer TN 38373

Imogene W.Davis;Rt2 box 38852;Iuka,MS

[NI11286] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11287] said that she had 8 children

Imogene Davis;Rt 2 Box 256;Iuka,MS 38852

[NI11290] said to have been 8 children

Imogene W.Davis;Rt2 box 38852;Iuka,MS

[NI11291] Whitaker Wanderings

[NI11297] Occ:farmer

Whitaker Wanderings

Imogene Davis;Rt 2 Box 256;Iuka,MS 38852

Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11298] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11302] source:Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11305] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11308] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11310] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11312] prob.died in Civil War?

Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11313] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11315] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11318] Patsy Whitaker Jones;Rt 2 box 927;Selmer,TN 38375

[NI11321] Patsy Whitaker Jones,Rt 2 box 927,Selmer,TN 38365

[NI11329] Patsy Whitaker Jones is the contributor of this line

[NI11363] said to have been married 4 times

[NI11366] never showed up after Civil War

[NI11392] a revolutionary soldier

[NI11399] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11402] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11404] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11406] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11407] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11417] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11422] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11423] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11424] he went to CA in 1852 and died there

contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11425] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11426] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI11431] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11435] Rice Trails 1717-1977

[NI11438] comp by: Sharon Reinhart;1855 W.Wickenburg way #98;Wickenburg,AZ

source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI11443] comp by: SharonReinhart;1855 W.Wickenburg way #98;Wickenburg,AZ

[NI11444] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11445] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11446] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11450] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11454] Birth Year Same AS Linda Carol'S/One IS A Mistake

Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11455] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11457] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11458] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11477] Lucia belonged to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd

[NI11496] all lived NW section of Minnesota, near Climax

[NI11517] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11526] birthyear may be 1883

[NI11533] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11550] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11551] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11552] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11553] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11555] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11568] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI11575] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11581] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11592] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11603] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11645] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11677] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11708] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11719] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11730] Rice Trails 1717-1977/Shute

[NI11733] Immigration: 1661

[NI11763] James also raised a boy, Carl Davis, born 6/4/13, but never officially
adopted him.

[NI11777] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 31, born Mar 1869, single living with parents
- Can read and write

[NI11788] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11789] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11790] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11801] used tombstone recs to calculate birth date

[NI11804] birth certificate

marriage certificate,bk 153,p 634

[NI11805] birth & marriage certificates from State of Indiana

[NI11806] Birth Certificate From State OF Indiana

Marriage Certificate From State OF Indiana

[NI11807] Putnam Co,IND death records,book H-1,page 208

[NI11814] death records,Putnam Co,IND

[NI11816] last child

died shortly after birth

[NI11817] personal knowledge of his dau. Bessie Marie (Finchum) Carmichael. 1033
S. Holmes (631-1082) interview 5/7/73

[NI11819] Never Md. Was Killed BY Lightening Along With His Brother Charley Morton

Whitaker.

[NI11821] NO Descendants, But Adopted Aboy Everette And Agirl Lena

[NI11822] Last Heard OF IN Lincoln, Nebraska

[NI11823] Never Married. HE And His Brother Marion Were Killed BY Lightening.

[NI11829] bur: Garden of the Whispering Pines, just about in the middle lot, flat
military marker

[NI11833] Shirley Brothers;877 S.Collier street,Indianapolis,IN,age 35

[NI11834] film 544 349 Crown Hill Cemetery listings

Finchum, Blanche L., lot 244,sec 74,bur June 8, 1931

[NI11835] Soc. Sec. List Gives: IN 311-22-4685 Finchum, Bertha 08/22/1896

Died 02/00/1969

[NI11836] Garden of the Redeemer,300-0-0 near Garden Drive

[NI11838] film 1254306 Putnam Co,IND census e.d.152 sheet 22 line 7

Bainbridge 18 June 1880

Gardner, George W M 32 works on R.R. born IND, fathr b. KY, mothr b. VA?

Elizabeth W F 43 housekeeper IND KY IN?

Ettie W F 9 Daughter IND KY IND

[NI11845] 23 nov 1984

ENDO Date: 23 nov 1985

Temp LG (801) 752-0265

[NI11846] 1603 Blue Haven, Rowland Heights, Ca. 91748

(714) 595-0018

[NI11847] 217 S.E. Palmblad, Gresham, OR 97080

(503) 661-6289

[NI11848] 30617 Liveoak Dr., Running Springs, Ca. 92382

(714) 867-3007

[NI11849] Paula And Tim Berry, 7260 S. Praire Rd., Tillamook, OR 97141

(503) 842-5037

[NI11853] Peggy's two older children were adopted by Eric, who maintained custody
after their divorce

[NI11858] 3145 Dandy Trail, Indianapolis, IN 46224

[NI11860] Carma and Gary divorced 17 Feb 1979

[NI11866] State of Indiana Marriage Index

Kelly B. Finchum md. Florence Mitchell 11 Jun 1927 book 129 p. 205

[NI11867] Mamie'S Son BY Previous Marriage

Drowned IN Eagle Creek Aug 27,1923

[NI11876] State of Indiana marriage Index

Charles Clay md Leona F. Finchum 20 Apr 1940 in Indianapolis, Marion, IN

book 154 p. 572

[NI11877] Irene Hornaday 1042 Corey Lane ;Plainfield, Ind. 46168

Thelma Harbert; 6306 Harbridge Rd.; Indianaoilis, IN 46220

[NI11879] she is still living as of 1989 but her name is on a marker

in Floral Park Cem,Indianapolis,Marion,IN

[NI11882] Waf Visited Fred And Jeannette IN OK Cty IN 1986

733-5303 418 Woodland DR, Midwest City OK 73160

[NI11884] Stae of Indiana Marriage index

Richard L. Finchum md Sandra D. Hayden 24 Aug 1945 Marion Co. bk 227 p.
610

[NI11902] Merle C. and Frances Whalen

2654 S. Collier St.

Indianapolis, IN 46241 244-2775

[NI11912] Jimmy Lives East ON 52 (IN 1988)

Indianapolis City Directory

1940 Finchum, Jas M clk Grain Dlrs Natl Mut Fire Ins Co r 736 Orange

1941 " " " " " "

[NI11924] chri date: 1980/03/01

bapt date: 1988/02/06

Blessed by her father, Ted Gerald Finchum 31 Mar 1980

Confirmed 7 Feb 1988 by her father, Ted Gerald Finchum

[NI11932] Obituary 2 Nov REPORTER

Index to Danville South Cemetery inscriptions

Danville Public Lib/small genealogy room

Florence Finchum (Mitchell) Center Valley Cemetery

[NI11942] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11950] Owen Co., IND Marriages by Charles M. Franklin

page 1/

29. Applegate. Thomas Whitaker, Margaret Oct 19, 1843

[NI11952] bk 977.243 V25u Owen Vo. Marriage Recs 1819-1849

Whitaker, Cynthia Ann, Applegate, Thomas

Owen Co,IND marriages by Charles M. Franklin page 1/27

[NI11964] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11966] index by bride: Elizabeth K. Whitaker to John Williams 17 Aug 1848

Morgan Co.,Ind. Marriage Records

[NI11968] blessed 7 feb 1988,Smithfield 4th ward by her Great grandfather,

Willis Arnold Finchum, a High Priest.

[NI11971] Indianapolis City Directory 1940

Finchum, Mayme lndrywkr r 633 S Auburn

[NI11975] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11986] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI11991] born Coleman Hosp. Indpls.,IN

[NI11992] born Coleman Hosp. Indpls.,IN has not been married in 1992

[NI11993] has not been married in 1992

[NI11997] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12009] Stae of Indiana Marriage index

Richard S. Finchum md Sue A. Cowden 25 May 1968 bk 244 p. 495

[NI12014] State of Indiana Marriage Index

Ronald L. Finchum md. Janet S. Cook 1 Jun 1968 Marion Co.

[NI12025] Gerald Moore

RR 2 Box 38

Jamestown, IN 46147

[NI12029] State of Indiana Marriage Index

Robert L. Finchum md. Janice M. Sawyers 28 Feb 1958 Marion Co.

[NI12030] Indiana State Marriage Index book 222 p. 681

George L. Day md. Louellen Finchum 23 Feb 1962 in Marion Co., IN

[NI12063] Divorce Sept. 5, 1983 in Canton. Ohio

[NI12064] Ronald was adopted by David Lucas so his name is changed to Lucas.

[NI12070] adopted by Eric Hayes.

[NI12071] adopted by Eric Hayes.

[NI12089] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12107] 11263 S.W. Summer Lake Dr., Tigard. OR 97223

(503) 626-7619

[NI12108] Owen And Kathy Bradley; 317 Biggs, Bellville, Ill. 62221

(618) 233-5540

New baby in Nov. 1991

[NI12109] 612 S.E. Rene Ave., Gresham, OR 97080

(503) 666-7983

[NI12111] Rice Trails/Shutee

[NI12122] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12128] State of Indiana marriage index

Record says Cecil died 31 dec 1931

if that is true, he could not have fathered all these children

[NI12133] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12136] personal knowledge of Clifford Finchum and family bible in;his
possession. Several personal visits with WAF Jr. at his;home in Chrisman.

[NI12137] Soc Sec IN 317-14-4097 Finchum, Edna 11/06/1912 10/00/1989 46157

[NI12144] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12147] !SOURCE
!personal knowledge of Bessie Finchum Carmichael.

[NI12155] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12166] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12168] Letter from Clifford at Christmas 1990...

Melba teaches in Texas University and travels quite a bit in her work to

Washington, Chicago, and all over.

[NI12177] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12187] blessed 7 feb 1988,Smithfield 4th ward by her Great grandfather,

Willis Arnold Finchum, a High Priest.

[NI12188] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12190] blessed 7 feb 1988,Smithfield 4th ward by her Great grandfather,

Willis Arnold Finchum, a High Priest.

[NI12197] Her parents live at: Massillon, Ohio 96 Thomas Blvd. 44647

216-832-8733

[NI12198] crib death at about 6-8 weeks old

[NI12199] she had children by previous marriage

[NI12208] Ind State Marriage index

Donald N. Buchanan md La Donna Finchum 31 Aug 1946 in IND book 174 p.
662

[NI12216] All OF Mary Ellen'S Children BY Her First Husband Toomey Were Adopted BY
Her

Second Husband Dan Summers.

[NI12232] Marion Co., Ind Marr Records Book 326 P. 398

Richard Lee Finchum TO Michelle Lynn Thomas July 30 1988 BY Min. Andrew
P.

Crowley

[NI12238] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12251] Stae of Indiana Marriage index

Richard L. Finchum md Gloria J. Wheeler 6 May 1961 Hancock Co.

[NI12253] Putnum Co,Ind Death Records,bk Russelville R1 U 58

[NI12264] WPA index of Morgan Co,Ind marriage recs,book c-c,p.433

[NI12266] WPA index Morgan Co,marriage recs,bk c-e,p454201

[NI12267] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12278] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12279] 7 Lbs. 2 OZ 20 1/2 Inshes Long Born AT 12:30 Noon

[NI12283] WPA Marriage Index for Owen Co., IND

Whitaker, Eli G.. md Estella Gray May 19,, 1901 BK 35 p. 233

[NI12285] History of Morgan, Monroe and Brown Counties, Indiana page 287

Rev George Goss......married Margaret A., daughyer of Thomas and Cynthia
A.

(Whitaker) Applegate.

[NI12286] See History OF Morgan, Monroe, Brown Counties BY Blanchard, 1884

P. 287 Ray Twp.

His Great Grandfather Came TO This Locality About 1810 And IS Founder OF

Gosport

[NI12293] Lives IN Eminence IN 1974

Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind Marr. Records Book C-3 P. 27

Whitaker, Malind B.. MD John E. Reynolds Mar 28, 1885

[NI12301] Morgan. Monroe, Brown History, Blanchard 1884 P. 318

[NI12302] Morgan Co. ,Ind. Marr. Records

index by bride: Martha Whitaker to Adam Shake 7 Jan 1841

[NI12304] See Morgan Co. Scrapbook, Vol. 1 P.98

Gene Whitaker Was Recent Postmaster;

Shirley Whitaker Has Been Postmaster Since 1974

[NI12310] Owen Co., IND death records

Whitaker, Martha J. 19 Jul 1838-15 ASug 1906 Combes Taylor Twp.

wife of John J. Whitaker

[NI12313] Owen Co., IND death records

Whitaker, Riley20 Jan 1871- 13 Sep 1889Taylor Twp

son of J.J. and M.J. Whitaker

[NI12316] IN Obit OF Bro. Eli, IT Says HE Lives IN Nebraska (Also Bro. Emmett)

Wpa Morgan Co., Ind. , IN Birth List Book H-10 P. 112

Whitaker, Morton F. Levi M. Matilda Wilson M W 22 --- ---

[NI12317] In 1927, Bro. Eli's obit says she lived in Indianapolis

WPA Owen Co., IND Marriage List 1850-1920

Whitaker, Ida B. md Charles A. Asher Feb 1, 1885 BK 32 p. 84

[NI12321] IN Obit OF Bro. Eli, IT Says HE Lives IN Nebraska (Also Bro. Wm. Morton)

[NI12329] Was Undertaker AT Mooresville IN 1918. Mentioned IN Obit OF Levi W.
Whitaker

HE IS Brother TO Mrs. Eli Whitaker.

[NI12330] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12335] Was Killed BY Interurban Street Car

[NI12341] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12352] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12363] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12366] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind Marriage Records 1921-1941 Book C-21 P. 316

Whitaker, Helen M. MD Charles W. Hamilton Feb 11, 1938

Her B.D. Oct 1, 1922

[NI12368] See Morgan Co. Scrapbook, Vol 1 P. 23

Morgan County BY Lena Hensle County Courthouse

AT The Present Time, The Judge IS N.C. Whitaker. The Auditor IS J.E.

Whitaker (May BE Error AS J.S. Whitaker Was Auditor)

[NI12374] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12378] she had a son by a previos marriage

[NI12391] a step-son

[NI12396] IN Service 1962

[NI12397] HE Had Two Children BY Previous Marriage.

[NI12405] Never Md.

[NI12417] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12427] adopted

[NI12428] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12430] 1n 1962, they were living in corvallis. Oregon

[NI12431] IN 1962, They Were Living AT St. Charles, Illinoisd

[NI12433] Never Md.

[NI12471] Was Adopted AT Age OF Three Weeks

[NI12472] Was Adopted AT Age OF Two Years

[NI12473] info from obit of son,Nathan Allen Witaker

published in Martinsville reporter 10 Dec 1925

[NI12486] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind Marriage Records 1921-1941 Bookm C-15 P.
351

Whitaker, Jennings MD Norma Thomasnov 25, 1924

His B.D. July 30, 1897

[NI12497] WPA marriage index of Morgan Co,Ind 1921-1941,bk c-15,p 395

[NI12500] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12510] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co. Marriage Records Book C-11 P.312

Whitaker, Gladys MD Edwin Mccrackenma Jan 6, 1914

Her B.D. July 30, 1887

[NI12513] Former Prosecuting Attorney OF Morgan Circuit Court.

[NI12514] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind Marr. Records Book C-D P. 206

Whitaker, Cornelius H. MD Emily S. Brown Nov 24, 1861

His B.D. Not Given

[NI12516] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind Marriage 1921-1941 Book C-14 P. 404

Whitaker, Bertha G. MD Kenneth May Nov 23 1922

B.D. July 23, 1897

[NI12520] Lived IN Cincinnati, Ohio IN 1943

[NI12521] Livede IN Wash. DC IN 1943

[NI12522] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12529] Morgan Co. Scrapbook Vol II, P. 377

1899-1900 Butler School Picture

Third Row; 6TH From Left Clona Whitaker

Second Row Goldie Whitaker, Sylvia Whitaker, Dan Whitaker

[NI12533] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12541] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co., Ind. Marriage Records Book C-3 P.3

Whitaker , Sarah Md. Robert Bland Dec 19, 1884

[NI12549] Owen Co., IND death records

Whitaker, Paul T. 1900-1970 Gosport, Wayne Twp

[NI12566] Wpa Index OF Morgan Co. Marriage Records 1921-1941 Book C-18 P. 145

Whitaker, John S. MD Tillie D. Hawley Sepot 12, 1930

His B.D. May 21, 1866

[NI12573] blessed by his grandfather,Ted Gerald Finchum on 3 Feb 1991

in the Smithfield 8th ward.

[NI12578] Morgan Co. IN WPA death index

Whitaker, Parthenia F W 73 Mar 25, 1910 Ashland Twp. H-17 29

[NI12593] Father was not married to the mother of the child.

[NI12595] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12606] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12631] Wife has son Ben by prev. marriage.

[NI12642] year or two older than she is..

[NI12659] !SOURCE
!BIRTH announcement from The Coushays 11263 SW Summer Lake Drive
Tigard,;Oregon 97223 : Mackenzie Lynn Our new love born May 23, 1991 7
pounds, 1;ounce proud new parents Brian and Nadine Coushay.

[NI12660] adopted

[NI12662] unmarried

[NI12667] born at Humana Hospital

[NI12669] born at Humana Hospital

[NI12684] !SOURCE
!Death: Certified Copy OF Record OF Death.

[NI12690] The Indianapolis Journal, Sunday, March 19, 1899 p. 16, col. 3 is obit for

Clara Wells.

[NI12693] CERTIFICATE OF DEATH; MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Bureau of Records
and;Statistics,Lenore Armour, Clerk Local File No. 47

[NI12695] FHL film 1323325

Wells, George D. Giles M A Swafford M W 24 12/25/1872 4 109

[NI12697] Note: her mother's application for pension filed in 1891 said that this

"child" was living in Indianapolis, Ind.

[NI12705] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12709] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12710] Address: Ralph Bain

9311 E. Thompson Blvd

Indianapolis, Indiana

(317) 862-6872

[NI12717] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12725] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12732] Directory OF Wooster, Ohio Dec. 1896

Cache Gen. Lib. (Logan, Utah) Ohio W-881)

Only Wells IN Directory

Wells, Nelson Retired, 71 W. Lanvill St.

[NI12733] Wayne Co., Ohio Marriage Records Show;

Wells, Mary Jane TO John G. Lehr BY John H. Harris, J.P. 2-8-1854

(Right Age..IS IT Right Person?)

[NI12734] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12735] Wayne Co. Ohio Marriage Records Show:

Wells, Miles TO Sarah Ann Brenizer BY J.H. Jones , M.G. 5-14-1854

(Right Age...IS IT Right Person?)

[NI12736] Wayne Co., Ohio Marriage Records Show

Wells, Catherine TO Nathan Peak BY L. Warner 10-30-1860

(Right Age ..IS IT Right Person?)

[NI12738] Marriages Wayne County, Ohio 1812-1864 Vol II K-Z

Gen. Lib. US/Can 977.161 V2I V.2

P. 714

Wells, Cerenus TO Bridget Murry BY F.J. Penny, M.G. 8-21-1858

[NI12739] Wayne Co., Ohio Marriage Records Show:

Wells, Nancy Amelia TO George Armstrong By. L. Warner, M.G. 4-30-1861

(Right Age..Right Person?)

[NI12741] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12742] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12745] from Sherry Griggs; I have just received the estate papers for Hugh
Stamper. They are dated Dec 1841. Some of the names at the estate sale
were: Peter, Joseph & Lewis Waggoner, George Robinson, Robt. McNeely,
Thomas & Burton Cook, John Fleming, George King, Joseph Goodman.

[NI12758] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12761] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12763] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12764] Married Harry "Doc" Carte in 1953.

Address in 1987 is 13511 Mountainside Drive, Poway, CA 92064

(619) 748-6507 We visited them in 1985 and 1986 summers.

[NI12767] Carolyn Boots 2356 Amadel, Roland Heights, CA 91748 (595-1721) as of

summer of 1986 given by Aunt Charlene.

[NI12774] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12796] The middle name for Mary Brooks, birth month, and second spouse were
provided by Jackie Stamper, Nov 1979.

[NI12800] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12801] Adopted

[NI12813] Please note the STRONG disclaimer attached to THIS Samuel's father,
William, and grandfather, John (report Stamper*0). None of this
information had ANY sources or place names cited.

[NI12820] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12831] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12842] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12847] Indianapolis City Directory 1917

Swafford, Alfred L. bartender Toy Box Inn

[NI12864] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12944] 1850 Owen Co,IND census,no age,younger than R.M.

[NI12946] said to be 2 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI12949] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12950] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12951] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12953] age 38 in 1860 Bath Co,KY Census

[NI12954] age 38 in 1860 Bath Co,KY Census

[NI12960] Source: query of Mabel Seagraves (1979);R6, box 164;Portsmouth OH 45662.
More info on spouse, children, and dates provided 29 Oct 1997 by Beulah
White, who said William's parents were reported to be Hiram and Sallie
(Brooks) Stamper (from William's death certificate). Beulah White gives
William's death date as 11 June 1929 Mason Co, KY.; Found in Fleming Co,
KY 1900 Census.
obvious conflict of data (namely death date);
obit from Carole Bays; William G. Stamper, d. 26 jun 1919 Filmore, KY of
kidney disease. He was born North Carolina son of Hiram Stamper born
North Carolina and Sallie Brooks born don't know. There was no record of
his birth, but says; supposted to be 71. Buried Pleasant Ridge.

[NI12963] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12968] Paul Purdom states:
I had him [Henry] listed as a child of John Jacob Bare and Dicy Lyall,
and I have
Harvy as an alternative for his name. Do you suspect that I have two
people
combined together here?

[NI12969] Katherine reported to have been born Jan 1891, age 9 in 1900 Fleming Co,
KY Federal Census.

[NI12974] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12978] this fam contributed by Kathleen, widow of Richard

no dates or places given (1979 SS)

Richard and Kathleen had 6 sons, names not given

[NI12979] living 1348 Island Ave;Wilmington,CA 90744 (1979)

[NI12980] refer to Richard Banner (rn=24343) for documentation

[NI12985] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI12995] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 3

[NI12997] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 3

[NI12999] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 7

marr rec lists his parents

[NI13003] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 7 marr rec says he was 39; of Bath Co,KY

[NI13004] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 7; marr rec says she is 21, names her parents

[NI13011] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13017] marr rec says he is 64

[NI13018] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 15,says she 58,names father

[NI13020] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 17, says he age 24

names his parents

[NI13022] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13026] marr rec says he age 22

[NI13027] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 17

says she age 18, names mother: Mrs M.Crisp

[NI13030] marr rec says he age 27

[NI13031] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13032] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 18

says she age 21, names her parents

[NI13035] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 19

says he age 26, names his parents

[NI13037] Sirene and Dennis were married in the presence of Bunyon Patton and
William
Jessee.

[NI13038] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 19

say he age 31 & divorced

[NI13039] marr rec says she age 22 & divorced

[NI13042] marr rec says he age 19

[NI13043] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 22

says she age 20, names her parents

[NI13047] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 24

says he age 23, names his parents

[NI13051] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 25

says he age 21, names his parents

[NI13053] marr rec says she age 23

[NI13056] marr rec says he age 38

[NI13057] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 25

names her parents

[NI13060] marr rec says he age 27

[NI13061] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 26

says she age 19, names her parents
!BIRTH: http://home.att.net/~BoKay1/STAMIDX.HTML, Nov 11, 1997.

[NI13062] DeWitt and Ada were married in the presence of R. A. Newberry and Bob
Kiser.

[NI13063] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13065] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13070] source: query (1979) from:

Leora D. Thomas;8209 Boyd st;Omaha NE 68134

feels there is a "STAMPER" connection

[NI13071] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13072] perhaps her maiden name was "STAMPER"?

[NI13073] marr bond;48948, rec 39-02-160

bondsman;Joshua Perry, wit: T.C. Norton

[NI13075] marr bond 158162; rec 99-03-494

bondsmn: Josiah Pullen; wit, B. S. King

[NI13077] marr bond 48947; rec 39-02-160, by: William H. Mitchell,JP

[NI13082] marr bond 163733, by P.H. Joyner, Col.

bndsmn: Dr. U.O.Thompson, wit: William A. White

[NI13086] marr bond 162894, rec 100-01-238

bondsman; Richard Jordan

[NI13093] marr bond 2229, rec 6-02-007

bndsmn; John Williams, wit;Daniel Sturgill
marr bond 1321, rec 6-01-053

license date 29 Nov 1854

wit;James Sturgill

[NI13095] marr bond 167502, rec 104-02-232; bndsmn; Jonathan Jones, wit; Richard
Allen
lived in Wilkes Co,NC
per Lisa Most Stamper researchers list Nathaniel ass
the son of Joel Stamper and Nancy Cannady. I do as well. But a lot of my
research came from the records of Margaret Hays and Sam Sebastian. Sam
is known by many and is a local historian in Wilksboro. Margaret and Sam
both believe that Nathaniel was the son of Jacob and not Joel. Jacob had
a son named Jesse who also named his son Nathaniel. I wonder if this is
the Nathaniel that your file has listed as being married to Polley
Halsey. I don't put a lot in store with this as my Nancy Stamper d/o
Nathaniel also named a son Nathaniel.
Here is my line; Nancy Stamper born abt. 1817 married John Hall on Sept.
24, 1834 in Wilkesboro, NC. Their children were Jefferson, Franklin,
Jessie, Nancy,Nathaniel, Mary, Ruebin and William. This family was listed
up though the 1870 census when I lost them. Nancy had a sister named
Elizabeth.
In the 1810 Wilkes census, Nathaniel and Sarah Gambill are listed with 3
children. 2 males 0-10, and 1 female 0 to 10.
I was told by Sam Sebastian that Nathaniel moved his family to Woodford
Co., KY shortly after 1810. I was told that Sarah was listed as widow
there in the 1820 census. I have not checked this. I do know from the
1830 Census on she is listed as head of household in Wilkes and she is
not there in 1820. Sam believes Nathaniel died in Woodford just prior to
the 1820 census and that she moved their family back to Wilkesboro after
his death. Sam also told me that Sarah Gambill died a "pauper" and was
buried by Toliver Shumate in or about 1870. (Her death date is Sept. 1,
1867.) I don't know who Toliver was except that there were Halls who
married Shumates. He also told me that John Hall who married Nancy
Stamper, buried Susan the wife of James Stamper who was the son of Joel.
(This would have been Nathaniel's brother.) This was a case of my
recording what the locals had to say. I would love to hear any comments
on the above. I am not on the Stamper list so please drop me a private or
cc'd note. Lisa, Greensboro, NC

[NI13097] marr bond 167500, rec 104-02-232; bndsmn; John Rousseau, wit: R.Martin

[NI13099] marr bond 2233, rec 6-02-007

bndsmn;Wesley Parrish, wit: Nathan Weaver

[NI13101] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13102] there are two records of this marriage, perhaps #1 is license?

bond 687, rec 6-01-005, dated 23 feb 1866

bond 1567, rec 6-02-001, dated 23 jul 1866

bndsmn;Wiley Y. Bare, wit; E.C.Bartlett, by J.B.Miller,JP

[NI13106] marr bond 757, rec 6-01-010

by; H.R.Hanover, wit; Robert Gambill

[NI13108] marr bond 740, rec 6-01-009

bndsmn; Jacob Hackler, wit; John Ray,clerk

[NI13110] marr bond 168524, rec 104-03-032

by; P.R. McGrady, JP

[NI13112] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13113] marr bond #48008, rec 39-02-096

bndsmn; Dewit C.Stone

[NI13115] 1900 Rowan Co, KY lists Layfayette's birthdate as March 1850, age 50, b.
KY. Other reports indicate he was born 1854. Also lists his wife as
Gelian, b. April 1850, age 50 (birth place for her not noted). No
children listed.

[NI13119] 2 records exist, perhaps 1st is license?

marr bond #168969, 18 Jan 1867, rec 104-03-055

marr bond #169039, 13 jan 1867, rec 104-04-014

bndsmn; James F. Wood, wit; William Walker

[NI13121] from Ina Stamper Wallace; My records don't have a Mary HALL as dau. of
Nancy A. (STAMPER) HALL and an unk HALL. I'm in the process of
researching this. Here is the last information that I've found
personally. The census below is the first different birthplace for Martha
unk. All TN records indicate it as TN; the following indicated NC....if
this is indeed Nancy A. STAMPER of my line. I'm still working on sorting
this out. Also, note the birthdates of the last three children which
would indicate a migration to IL along with my Nathan STAMPER, Martha &
Louisa Jane, three of the siblings.
1880 City of Solemon, KS Census, June, 1880, Pg. 6, Dist. 3, Enum 61; 42
47 HALL, Nancy widow W F 52, TN GA NC; Clarence Son W M 30;
TN NC TN; Mollie Dau W F 18 servant in hotel, IL NC TN; Joel Son
W M 16, IL NC TN; William Son W M 14 in school, IL NC TN.

[NI13124] Kentucky cert # 59176, vol 148

[NI13126] Kentucky cert # 33952, vol 068

[NI13128] Elmer and Ada were married in the presence of Mordecai Fannin and Eunice
Fannin.

[NI13130] Kentucky cert # 16960, vol 043

[NI13135] marr bond #2374, rec 06-02-008; by; Joshua Lond,DD, wit; John Koons

[NI13137] http://www.ls.net/~newriver/obit/lr1901ob.htm; OBIT: CALVIN WYATT was
born August the 3d 1831, and deceased this life November 3d, 1897. His
stay here on earth was sixty-six years. He was married to Jane Absher,
September the 6th,
1849. There were born to them three children two of whom are living. His
wife deceased and left him. He was then married to Pheby Stamper,
December the 7th 1857. There were born to them five children, making him
the father of eight children some of whom were living at the time of his
death. He joined the church at Cranberry in 1870 and was baptized by
Elder Joshua Long and lived a consistent member there until Pleasant
Grove church was organized. He then joined Pleasant Grove church and
lived a consistent member until his death. He left evidence that his
troubles were done, and that he has gone to wear that crown that is
prepared for all the blood-washed throng. Farewell husband, farewell
papa. We hope to soon all meet again. He has gone where there is no
shedding of tears but where there is joy forever.

[NI13138] Kentucky cert.#58758 vol 118

[NI13139] marr bond #162290, rec 100-01-1549, by;R.G.Barrett

bndsmn; J.Thomas Cook, wit; Jno W. White

[NI13145] marr bond #739, rec 6-01-009

bndsmn; James W. Shepherd, wit; Nathan Weaver

[NI13146] Kentucky cert.#23562, vol 059

[NI13148] Kentucky cert.#22419, vol 045

[NI13150] Kentucky cert.#32249, vol 065

[NI13151] marr bond #640, rec 06-01-001

wit; Robert Gambill

[NI13154] Kentucky cert.#08221, vol 017.

[NI13156] marr bond #48599, rec 39-02-136

bndsmn; Washington Harr, wit; Y. Patterson

[NI13161] Kentucky cert.#26878, vol 054

[NI13163] Kentucky cert.#21461, vol 054

[NI13166] Kentucky cert.#03250, vol 007

[NI13169] Kentucky cert.#40570, vol 102

[NI13171] Kentucky cert.#26449, vol 067

[NI13173] Kentucky cert.#16301, vol 033

[NI13175] Kentucky cert.#35383, vol 089

[NI13177] Kentucky cert.#09228, vol 019

[NI13178] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13183] Kentucky cert.#25945, vol 065

[NI13188] Kentucky cert.#53311, vol 107

[NI13190] Kentucky cert.#35379, vol 089

[NI13192] Kentucky cert.#10790, vol 022

[NI13194] Kentucky cert.#13577, vol 034

[NI13196] Kentucky cert.#03246, vol 007

[NI13198] Kentucky cert.#00141, vol 001

[NI13202] Kentucky cert.#19051, vol 039

[NI13204] Kentucky cert.#21873, vol 55

[NI13205] 1850 Owen Co,IND census, no age but younger than R.M.

[NI13206] Kentucky cert.#56536, vol 114

[NI13208] Kentucky cert.#61852,vol 124

[NI13210] Kentucky cert.#26879, vol 054

[NI13212] Kentucky cert.#00532, vol 002. Although listed in KY birth records, this
child is listed as being in error by Golden Combs Ferguson, granddaughter
of Pearl and Lydia (Gilbert) Stamper. Possibly s/b Cecelia.

[NI13214] Kentucky cert.#33016, vol 083

[NI13216] Kentucky cert.#49059, vol 123

[NI13219] Kentucky cert.#27767, vol 056

[NI13221] Kentucky cert.#39530, vol 080

[NI13223] Kentucky cert.#61683, vol 124
Edna and Bill were married in the presence of J. W. Kiser, Orirle Thomas,
and
J. W. Jessee, Jr.

[NI13224] 1850 Owen Co, IND census, no age, younger than R. M.; Breathitt Co, KY.
marriage recs bk 03 p 021. age 2 in 1850 Breathitt Co, KY Census. She is
age 21, living with her sister, Nancy and brother-in-law, Pleasant Wilson
in the 1870 Elliott Co, KY census. Although Margaret md. William Turner,
she is listed as a Widow in 1900 Breathitt co, KY census, called Margaret
Stamper, with children named "STAMPER"

[NI13225] Kentucky cert.#04834, vol 010

[NI13227] Kentucky cert.#38198, vol 077

[NI13229] Kentucky cert.#14854, vol 038

[NI13231] Kentucky cert.#42593, vol 107

[NI13233] Kentucky cert.#27351, vol 069

[NI13234] age 52 Abington twp,Wayne Co,IND 1850 census. There is a Hary Kelly, age
23, b. VA living in this household # 44, p. 108 Abington twp in 1850.

[NI13235] Kentucky cert.#54061, vol 136

[NI13237] Kentucky cert.#47158, vol 095

[NI13241] Kentucky cert.#35148, vol 088

[NI13243] Kentucky cert.#08972, vol 018

[NI13245] 28559, vol 058

[NI13246] age 52 Abington twp,Wayne Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13247] Kentucky cert.#5478A, vol 011
The Stallard Connection

[NI13249] Kentucky cert.#42364, vol 085

[NI13251] Kentucky cert.#36380, vol 073

[NI13253] Kentucky cert.#21032, vol 043

[NI13255] Kentucky cert.#52366, vol 105

[NI13256] age 19 in 1850 Wayne co,IND census

[NI13257] Kentucky cert.#15896, vol 032

[NI13259] age 15 in 1850 Wayne Co,IND census

[NI13262] Kentucky cert.#29038, vol 059

[NI13264] Kentucky cert.#65030, vol 131

[NI13265] age 15 in 1850 Wayne Co,IND census

[NI13266] Kentucky cert.#62662, vol 157

[NI13268] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13269] Kentucky cert.#04901, vol 010

[NI13271] Kentucky cert.#04618, vol 012

[NI13273] Kentucky cert.#57040, vol 115

[NI13275] Kentucky cert.#11287, vol 023

[NI13277] Kentucky cert.#57120, vol 143

[NI13280] Kentucky cert.#37374, vol 075

[NI13282] Kentucky cert.#16892, vol 034

[NI13285] age 11 in 1850 Wayne Co,IND census

[NI13286] Kentucky cert.#65965, vol 123

[NI13290] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13292] age 18 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13293] Kentucky cert.#60640, vol 152

[NI13296] age 15 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13297] Kentucky cert.#14762, vol 037

[NI13299] Kentucky cert.#38235, vol 077

[NI13301] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13302] Kentucky cert.#24631, vol 050

[NI13303] age 10 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13304] Kentucky cert.#25763, vol 052

[NI13306] Kentucky cert.#53304, vol 107

[NI13309] Kentucky cert.#52617, vol 105

[NI13310] age 7 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13314] Kentucky cert.#13372, vol 027

[NI13318] Kentucky cert.#46856, vol 094

[NI13320] Kentucky cert.#19013, vol 039

[NI13323] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13324] Kentucky cert.#08582, vol 018

[NI13325] age 6 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13327] age 3 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13328] Kentucky cert.#54536, vol 110

[NI13330] Kentucky cert.#11617, vol 024

[NI13331] age 2 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

[NI13334] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13337] Kentucky cert.#19804, vol 040

[NI13341] Kentucky cert.#00454, vol 001

[NI13343] Kentucky cert.#21238, vol 043

[NI13346] Kentucky cert.#21473, vol 043

[NI13348] Kentucky cert.#26641, vol 054

[NI13350] Kentucky cert.#33352, vol 067

[NI13354] Kentucky cert.#12538, vol 026

[NI13356] Kentucky cert.#41480, vol 083

[NI13358] Kentucky cert.#37016, vol 093

[NI13359] Kentucky cert.#39492, vol 099

[NI13363] Kentucky cert.#11525, vol 024

[NI13365] Kentucky cert.#28382, vol 057

[NI13367] Kentucky cert.#26940, vol 054

[NI13369] Kentucky cert.#18575, vol 038

[NI13371] Kentucky cert.#38639, vol 078

[NI13373] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13375] Kentucky cert.#40549, vol 102

[NI13377] Kentucky cert.#54581, vol 110

[NI13378] Kentucky cert.#35895, vol 072

[NI13380] Kentucky cert.#23718, vol 048

[NI13381] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13382] Kentucky cert.#29819, vol 075

[NI13384] Kentucky cert.#34927, vol 015

[NI13388] Kentucky cert.#33029, 067

[NI13390] Kentucky cert.#41433, vol 083

[NI13391] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13392] Kentucky cert.#01044, vol 003

[NI13394] Kentucky cert.#27933, vol 056

[NI13396] Kentucky cert.#26716, vol 067

[NI13397] Kentucky cert.#27926, vol 056

[NI13398] Kentucky cert.#24493, vol 049

[NI13400] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13402] Kentucky cert.#41653, vol 084

[NI13403] Kentucky cert.#04033, vol 011

[NI13406] Kentucky cert.#10207, vol 021

[NI13408] Kentucky cert.#28108, vol 071

[NI13410] Kentucky cert.#39271, vol 079

[NI13411] Kentucky cert.#05259, vol 014

[NI13413] Kentucky cert.#41453, vol 083

[NI13414] Kentucky cert.#01419, vol 003

[NI13416] Kentucky cert.#50581, vol 102

[NI13418] Kentucky cert.#35980, vol 072

[NI13422] Kentucky cert.#58078, vol 146

[NI13425] Kentucky cert.#20020, vol 051

[NI13426] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13428] Kentucky cert.#43322, vol 087

[NI13430] Kentucky cert.#36540, vol 074

[NI13432] Kentucky cert.#58697, vol 147

[NI13434] Kentucky cert.#09295, vol 019

[NI13436] Kentucky cert.#04469, vol 012

[NI13437] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13438] Kentucky cert.#06140, vol 013

[NI13439] marriage rec to Eliza Clyburn says this mg is his 2nd, being divorced,
age 39.

[NI13441] Kentucky cert.#45126, vol 113

[NI13443] Kentucky cert.#19584, vol 040

[NI13444] from Janet Martin (oct 23, 1997):
Edgar Stamper is still living in Knox, Indiana and is age 91. Edgar gave
his mother's name as Rosie Mae White. Edgar also names his Grandfather
as William Stamper.

[NI13447] 29 June 1844: "Aunt Stamper died this morning 20 minutes before 6 oclk
in the full triump of Christian faith. O Lord, may the death of my
(aunt) teach me to live an humble pious life with the certainty that I
must soon follow them that are gone. 30 June 1844 - "Buried Aunt Stamper
this morning at Bethlehem" (Montgomery Co, VA).
from Jim Long, via Ina Wallace; Keziah (Bagwell) Stamper, wife of Robert
Stamper, is proved to be a sister of Drury Bagwell (7-16-1763 Brunswick
Co. VA / 10-21-1841 Montgomery Co., TN) by the diary of Drury's son,
Wiley Bagwell (7-12-1800 / 11-11-1877 Montgomery Co., TN), who calls her
"Aunt Stamper".
Drury Bagwell is referenced in 2 DAR files, submitted in 1987 by Edith
Armada Thomas Evans of the San Bernardino (CA) chapter, one file for
Drury, and one for his father Richard Bagwell. According to the files,
Drury was married 2-28-1786 in King & Queen Co., VA, to Catherine Ware,
and is proven to be the son of Richard Bagwell of Brunswick Co., VA, by
Richard's will, probated 11-22-1790, which is cited from Brunswick Co.
will book 91-5-431. From the DAR file, it seems that Keziah may also be
mentioned in Richard's will as his daughter, but I have not seen an
extract of the will. I have found no other existing research on the
ancestry of Richard Bagwell.

[NI13448] Kentucky cert.#54252, vol 109

[NI13449] Kentucky cert.#25008, vol 051

[NI13451] Kentucky cert.#05359, vol 011

[NI13453] Kentucky cert.#37663, vol 076

[NI13455] Kentucky cert.#58988, vol 148

[NI13457] 01686, vol 004

[NI13460] Kentucky cert.#07209, vol 015

[NI13462] Kentucky cert.#65744, vol 132

[NI13463] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13467] Kentucky cert.#49594, vol 100

[NI13468] Kentucky cert.#01182, vol 003

[NI13471] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13472] Kentucky cert.#21658, vol 044

[NI13474] Kentucky cert.#19203, vol 039

[NI13476] Kentucky cert.#53309, vol 107

[NI13477] Kentucky cert.#46399, vol 093

[NI13478] Kentucky cert.#30679, vol 062

[NI13480] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13481] Kentucky cert.#61888, vol 155

[NI13485] Kentucky cert.#48559, vol 122

[NI13489] Kentucky cert.#21031, vol 043

[NI13491] Kentucky cert.#07732, vol 020

[NI13494] Kentucky cert.#63053, vol 127

[NI13496] Kentucky cert.#32395, vol 065

[NI13497] Kentucky cert.#32126, vol 081

[NI13499] Kentucky cert.#19053, vol 039

[NI13501] Kentucky cert.#65968, vol 132

[NI13503] Kentucky cert.#30594, vol 062

[NI13506] Kentucky cert.#31082, vol 063

[NI13507] Kentucky cert.#62311, vol 125

[NI13509] Kentucky cert.#24430, vol 049

[NI13510] Kentucky cert.#37519, vol 076

[NI13512] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13513] Kentucky cert.#40367, vol 081

[NI13515] Kentucky cert.#50335, vol 126.

[NI13516] Kentucky cert.#03483, vol 009

[NI13520] Kentucky cert.#26454, vol 067

[NI13522] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13523] Kentucky cert.#01721, vol 004

[NI13525] Kentucky cert.#19680, vol 050

[NI13526] Kentucky cert.#30298, vol 061?

[NI13529] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13532] Kentucky cert.#38310, vol 077

[NI13534] Kentucky cert.#24274, vol 064

[NI13536] Kentucky cert.#36989, vol 074

[NI13538] Kentucky cert.#00643, vol 002

[NI13539] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13540] Kentucky cert.#24321, vol 061

[NI13542] Kentucky cert.#28082, vol 057

[NI13545] Kentucky cert.#39730, vol 080

[NI13547] Kentucky cert.#15248, vol 031

[NI13549] Kentucky cert.#40569, vol 102

[NI13551] Kentucky cert.#16089, vol 033

[NI13555] Kentucky cert.#62185, vol 125

[NI13556] Kentucky cert.#08455, vol 022
had spinal meningitis. Lived in a wheelchair.

[NI13557] Kentucky cert.#51506, vol 104

[NI13561] marr bond 1319, rec 6-01-052, bndsman; Elihu Stamper, wit: John H. Carson
According to Larry & Rachel Robbins, Ira married Joyce immediately after
the Civil War. Ira was captured and exchanged early in war and then
suffered grievous wounds at Gettysburg. Ira died from the results of
those wounds in 1877.

[NI13565] marr bond 1323, rec 6-01-053

bndsmn; Solomon Parsons, wit;John Ray
Joshua Stamper, Jr. came home from the Civil War and died of "brain
fever".

[NI13567] marr rec (no date) addtl info on bond

bond 1320, rec 6-01-053

wit; G. W. Ketchum

[NI13578] marr bond 1863, rec 6-02-004

bndsmn; Joseph Stamper, wit; John Ray, clerk

[NI13584] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13590] marr.witn. Calvin Long

[NI13595] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13606] per Linda Asbury; This Elizabeth Sizemore was listed in Dawed Rolls plus
case Sizemore #417 as being the daughter of Ned (Edward) Sizemore.

[NI13613] It is possible that 2nd wife, Lottie Queen, is the same as 1st wife,
Charlotte Wagner (Lottie being a nick-name for Charlotte). If so, there
is a discrepancy with the true maiden name. The name Wagner was obtained
from the death certificate of Troy and Charlotte's son, Harry. Perhaps
Charlotte had remarried by that time? or perhaps this is NOT the same
Troy that married Lottie Queen?
From Sherry Griggs ; Landmark Newspaper of Iredell Co,,
NC, dated 1874, regarding a murder in Alleghany County involving two sons
of Jonathan Stamper, one of which was Troy Stamper. "Murder in Alleghany
County -- Just as we go to press, a letter from Wilkesboro informs us of
the killing of William Wagoner at the house of Jonathan Stamper in
Alleghany County, on 3rd ult(?). Troy Stamper and Milton Stamper are
charged with the homicide and are now in jail. The difficulty originated
in a horse swap. Both parties, and others present, were drinking. We
have not space for fuller particulars." dated 12 september, 1874.
Also from Sherry Griggs; While checking the NC census today for 1880, I
found Troy Stamper alive and well ... and obviously not in jail. But the
biggest find on this listing was the birthplace of his child, Hiram (b.
1869) as being in Indiana. His wife, Charlotte (b. 1840) is also listed
as being born in Indiana. Troy must have been a traveler. Other
children were Lauria (b. 1874 in NC) and son Johnander (b. 1875 in NC).
But the plot thickens. Also listed are two children designated as his
daughters, but with Indian last names. Eljina Hoppop (b. 1862 in NC) and
another daughter named Florence Hoppop (b. 1871 in NC).

[NI13628] 1880 Letcher Co,KY census

[NI13636] !Early Massacusetts Marriages by Frederick Bailey Vol.III, p.83

[NI13664] From Rita Lund: To our collective family knowledge (thru research), it
is believed that Jean (Jennie) Stamper daughter of Joshua Stamper was
not married to the father of Madison Stamper. In fact, it is not known
who his father was. He was apparently named Wilburn Madison Stamper (or
the reverse). His name was often shown as Matison and in family lore he
is often called "Bad Matt." He was born in 1838 and served as a fifer in
the Civil War. In 1856, he married Jane V. Rutherford in Grayson County
(their marriage record and original note granting
permission for the marriage to take place is at the Courthouse). Jane was
the dau. of John Rutherford and Margaret Hash of Grayson Co., VA.
From Rodney Stamper: I have two marriage documents from Grayson County,
Va. relating to the marriage of Madison Stamper and Jane Rutherford,
Matrch 4, 1856. It is here that the question of Madison's father is
raised. Jean Hall (Jennie Stamper) and Wilbourn Stamper sign that they
are giving their son permission to marry. We know that Wilbourn was
Jean's first cousin and many schools of thought that he was Madison's
father (probably based on this record).
The second document (both official county documents of the same marriage
event) has "Names of Husband's Parents, Jane Hall, father not known". You
can understand the confusion. I just wanted to clarify this as best I
could.

[NI13666] Grayson Co,VA marr (no date)

[NI13684] Kentucky cert# 25210, vol 51

Kentucky cert #13389, vol 27

[NI13686] Kentucky cert #26358, vol 53

[NI13688] Kentucky cert #22143, vol 45

[NI13689] Kentucky cert #68549, vol 138

[NI13691] Kentucky cert #6088, vol 13

[NI13693] Kentucky cert #14319, vol 29

[NI13694] Kentucky cert #68558, vol 138

[NI13696] Kentucky cert #67335, vol 135
KY Birth cert #5811, vol 12 (26)

[NI13697] Kentucky cert #12166, vol 25

[NI13698] Kentucky cert #4227, vol 9 (23)

[NI13699] Kentucky cert #20065, vol 41

[NI13701] KY birth cert #42912, vol 86

[NI13703] Kentucky cert #54515, vol 110

[NI13706] Kentucky cert #55416, vol 111

[NI13711] 56936, vol 114

[NI13713] Kentucky cert #53059, vol 107

[NI13714] Kentucky cert #54432, vol 109

[NI13715] Kentucky cert #6282, vol 13

[NI13716] Kentucky cert #52526, vol 106

[NI13718] Kentucky cert #9422, vol 19

[NI13719] Kentucky cert #12392, vol 25

[NI13721] Kentucky cert #27392, vol 55

[NI13722] Kentucky cert #14459, vol 29

[NI13723] Kentucky cert #34885, vol 70

Kentucky cert #16190, vol 33

[NI13726] Kentucky cert #28348, vol 57

[NI13728] Kentucky cert #29240, vol 59

[NI13730] Kentucky cert #8815, vol 18

[NI13731] Kentucky cert #54812, vol 110

[NI13732] Kentucky cert #52823, vol 106

[NI13734] Kentucky cert #4382, vol 9

[NI13735] Kentucky cert #52914, vol 106

[NI13736] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13738] Kentucky cert #54811, vol 110

[NI13739] Kentucky cert #20352, vol 41

[NI13741] Kentucky cert #34313, vol 69

[NI13743] Kentucky cert #12013, vol 25

[NI13745] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13746] Kentucky cert #10997, vol 22
Kentucky cert #23595, vol 46

[NI13749] Kentucky cert #14814, vol 30 (23)

[NI13751] 281, vol 1

[NI13753] Kentucky cert #32731, vol 66

[NI13755] From Pamela Stamper-Fitch; I got Charlies info. off of his tombstone at
Arrowood Cemetery Canoe Rd, Breathitt Co. Ky. this is what was on
there: Charlie Stamper, Kentucky, PCF, 1473 SVC COMD UNIT WORLD WAR II,
JANUARY 15-1921, OCTOBERT 15-1950, BSM-PH . He is buried next to his
mother Louisa Eliza and his sister Eula.

[NI13757] Kentucky cert #62173, vol 125

[NI13758] Kentucky cert #9794, vol 20

[NI13760] Kentucky cert #30731, vol 62

[NI13762] in the 1910 Wolfe Co, KY census, Andrew's spinster aunt, Rosaline, age
71, is living in Andrew's household. Andrew is not proven to be son of
James, but certainly a grandson of James (1812) and Lourinda or Marinda
(Cox) Stamper.

[NI13763] Kentucky cert #11918, vol 24 (25)

[NI13765] Kentucky cert #40194, vol 81

[NI13767] Kentucky cert #16830, vol 34

Kentucky cert #8279, vol 17

[NI13770] Kentucky cert #22682, vol 46

[NI13772] Kentucky cert #26099, vol 53

[NI13775] Kentucky cert #62253, vol 125

[NI13776] Kentucky cert #50331, vol 101

[NI13779] Kentucky cert #43276, vol 87

[NI13780] Kentucky cert #63845, vol 128. There are 2 birth recs listed for the
exact same date. 1) Leonis Earl in Lee Co, KY, 2) Earl in Wolfe Co.

[NI13782] Kentucky cert #47574, vol 96

[NI13785] Kentucky cert #27056, vol 55

[NI13787] Kentucky cert #39438, vol 79

[NI13788] Kentucky cert #64324, vol 129

[NI13789] Kentucky cert #5906, vol 12

[NI13791] Kentucky cert #26280, vol 53

[NI13792] Kentucky cert #18908, vol 38

[NI13793] Kentucky cert #42342, vol 85

[NI13795] Kentucky cert #55889, vol 112

[NI13798] Kentucky cert #3439, vol 7 (22)

[NI13800] Kentucky cert #20433, vol 41 (24)

[NI13802] Kentucky cert #23619, vol 48

[NI13804] Kentucky cert #32720, vol 66

[NI13805] Kentucky cert #36106, vol 73

[NI13806] Kentucky cert #45046, vol 91

[NI13808] Kentucky cert #6694, vol 14

[NI13810] Kentucky cert #24110, vol 49

[NI13811] Kentucky cert #26306, vol 53

[NI13813] Kentucky cert #31708, vol 64

[NI13814] Kentucky cert #20841, vol 42 (21)

[NI13816] Kentucky cert #45000, vol 90 (21)

[NI13817] death cert from Carole Bays; Dora Begley Stamper b. Feb 20, 1873 d Mar 27
1924 Breathitt (Crockettsville) born Gays Creek, KY dau of Jesse B.
Begley of Gays Creek, KY and Dora Mirrel, no birth place given. Cause of
Death; cancer or carcimona of the uterus. Informant; W. G. Stamper,
Crocketsville, KY. no burial place given.

[NI13818] Kentucky cert #25998, vol 52

[NI13820] Kentucky cert #35172, vol 71

[NI13822] Kentucky cert #17209, vol 35

[NI13824] Kentucky cert #55677, vol 112

[NI13825] Kentucky cert #36248, vol 73

[NI13826] Kentucky cert #31706, vol 64

[NI13828] Kentucky cert #43057, vol 87

[NI13830] Kentucky cert #47459, vol 95

[NI13831] Kentucky cert #445, vol 1 (25)

[NI13834] Kentucky cert #59352, vol 119

[NI13836] Kentucky cert #23585, vol 48

[NI13837] Kentucky cert #20448, vol 41

[NI13838] Kentucky cert #43279, vol 87

[NI13839] Kentucky cert #26643, vol 54
Kentucky cert #23050, vol 47

[NI13840] Kentucky cert #68851, vol 138

[NI13843] Kentucky cert #44078, vol 89

[NI13846] Kentucky cert #3828, vol 8

[NI13848] KY birth cert 64650, vol 130

[NI13851] Kentucky cert #69408, vol 139

[NI13852] Kentucky cert #47547, vol 96

[NI13853] Kentucky cert #14494, vol 29

[NI13855] Kentucky cert #3969, vol 8

[NI13858] Kentucky cert #29166, vol 59

[NI13861] Kentucky cert #21025, vol 43

[NI13863] Kentucky cert #15444, vol 31

[NI13864] Kentucky cert #56067, vol 113
James served as Private First Class in the U.S. Armcy, Serial #35777553,
Field Artillery (27 Nov 1943-30 Apr 1946). He received basic training at
Fort Sill, Oklahoma and was stationed at Camp Atterbury, Indiana.

[NI13866] 1850 Franklin Co, TN census family #892-133. Person STROUD, age 21
living in the household. 1860 Franklin Co, Tn, S. B. Stroud, age 10 (f)
and M.F.H. Stroud age 7 (f) living in this household 174-141.

[NI13867] Kentucky cert #46086, vol 93

[NI13868] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13869] Kentucky cert #52021, vol 103

[NI13871] Kentucky cert #17482, vol 35

[NI13872] Kentucky cert #39700, vol 80

[NI13873] Kentucky cert #26507, vol 54 (23)

[NI13874] Kentucky cert #6281, vol 13

[NI13876] Kentucky cert #14458, vol 29

[NI13877] Kentucky cert #58864, vol 118

[NI13879] Kentucky cert #64487, vol 120

[NI13883] Kentucky cert #24513, vol 50

[NI13886] Kentucky cert #56975, vol 114

[NI13887] Kentucky cert #57141, vol 115

[NI13889] Kentucky cert #450, vol 1 (25)

[NI13890] Kentucky cert #vol 45209, vol 91

[NI13891] Kentucky cert #66393, vol 133

[NI13892] Kentucky cert #23957, vol 48

[NI13893] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI13894] Kentucky cert #49184, vol 99

[NI13895] Kentucky cert #40945, vol 82

Kentucky cert #19062, vol 39

[NI13898] Kentucky cert #56081, vol 113

[NI13899] Kentucky cert #29363, vol 59

[NI13901] Kentucky cert #45515, vol 92

[NI13902] Kentucky cert #11789, vol 24

[NI13903] Kentucky cert #6508, vol 14

[NI13907] Kentucky cert #29085, vol 59

[NI13911] Kentucky cert #50404, vol 101

[NI13912] Kentucky cert #10236, vol 21

[NI13913] Kentucky cert #59222, vol 119

[NI13915] Kentucky cert #46041, vol 93

[NI13917] Kentucky cert #33135, vol 67

[NI13919] Kentucky cert #vol 19796, vol 40.

[NI13922] Kentucky cert #40324, vol 81

[NI13924] Kentucky cert #34907, vol 70

[NI13925] Kentucky cert #38301, vol 77. Marge's real name is Maggie. Without
changing it legally, she adopted the name of Marge.

[NI13927] Kentucky cert #26517, vol 54

[NI13929] Kentucky cert #66235, vol 133

[NI13930] Kentucky cert #67357, vol 135

[NI13933] Kentucky cert #3186, vol 7

[NI13934] Kentucky cert #46066, vol 93

[NI13935] Kentucky cert #5341, vol 11

Kentucky cert #10789, vol 22

[NI13936] Kentucky cert #66794, vol 134

[NI13938] Kentucky cert #26304, vol 53

[NI13939] Kentucky cert #56520, vol 114

[NI13940] Kentucky cert #69256, vol 139

[NI13941] Kentucky cert #23888, vol 48

[NI13943] Kentucky cert #3326, vol 7

[NI13945] Kentucky cert #12801, vol 26

[NI13946] Kentucky cert #40664, vol 82

[NI13947] Kentucky cert #16826, vol 34

[NI13948] Kentucky cert #31710, vol 64 (22)

[NI13950] Kentucky cert #40062, vol 81

[NI13952] Kentucky cert #21750, vol 44

[NI13954] Kentucky cert #5566, vol 12

[NI13956] Kentucky cert #40218, vol 81

[NI13958] Kentucky cert #51546, vol 104

[NI13960] Kentucky cert #19476, vol 39

[NI13961] Kentucky cert #31663, vol 64

[NI13963] Kentucky cert #54284, vol 109

[NI13964] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI13966] Kentucky cert #8576, vol 18

[NI13968] Kentucky cert #56507, vol 114

[NI13970] Kentucky cert #15444, vol 31

[NI13972] Kentucky cert #68308, vol 137

[NI13974] Kentucky cert #48924, vol 98

[NI13976] Kentucky cert #24306, vol 49

[NI13978] 59368, vol 119

[NI13982] Kentucky cert #42390, vol 85

[NI13984] Kentucky cert #5300, vol 11. *Note* possible discrepancy; Records of
Carole Bays record Ollie as d/o George Washington Stamper and Jestine
Brewer, but also have notes attached that indicate Ollie is d/o George
McClellan Stamper and Ellen Stamper (cousins).

[NI13986] Kentucky cert #5957, vol 12

[NI13988] Kentucky cert #22144, vol 45

[NI13990] Kentucky cert #3181, vol 7 (25)

[NI13992] Kentucky cert #52942, vol 106

[NI13994] Kentucky cert #50737, vol 102

[NI13995] Wheeler and Ivy were married in the presence of May Bond and Willie
Dailey.

[NI13996] Kentucky cert #59198, vol 119

[NI14000] Kentucky cert #38631, vol 78

[NI14003] Kentucky cert #32084, vol 65

[NI14005] Kentucky cert #10557, vol 22

[NI14007] Kentucky cert #66851, vol 134

[NI14009] Kentucky cert #57197, vol 115

[NI14011] Kentucky cert #21344, vol 43

[NI14018] Kentucky cert #422, vol 1

[NI14019] Kentucky cert #28853, vol 58

[NI14020] Kentucky cert #59399, vol 119

[NI14022] Kentucky cert #30676, vol 62

[NI14023] Kentucky cert #4758, vol 10

[NI14025] Kentucky cert #17453, vol 35

[NI14027] Kentucky cert #67667, vol 136

[NI14029] Kentucky cert #32813, vol 66

[NI14031] Kentucky cert #45807, vol 92

[NI14032] Kentucky cert #26307, vol 53

[NI14034] Kentucky cert #30050, vol 61

[NI14036] Kentucky cert #56861, vol 114

[NI14037] Kentucky cert #12055, vol 25

[NI14039] Kentucky cert #33351, vol 67

[NI14040] Kentucky cert #32939, vol 66

[NI14041] Kentucky cert #15843, vol 32

[NI14043] Kentucky cert #37001, vol 75

[NI14044] Kentucky cert #37593, vol 76

[NI14046] Kentucky cert #31581, vol 64

[NI14048] Kentucky cert #421, vol 1

[NI14049] Kentucky cert #59125, vol 119

[NI14051] Kentucky cert #27842, vol 56

[NI14053] Kentucky cert #11221, vol 23

[NI14054] Kentucky cert #29777, vol 60

[NI14058] Kentucky cert #14062, vol 29 (21)

[NI14062] Kentucky cert #3475, vol 7

Kentucky cert #1819, vol 4

[NI14065] Kentucky cert #38686, vol 58

[NI14066] Kentucky cert #62012, vol 126

[NI14068] Kentucky cert #78(1?), vol 2

[NI14070] Kentucky cert #57864, vol 116

[NI14071] Kentucky cert #42616, vol 86

[NI14072] KY Birth cert #6786, vol 14

[NI14073] KY Birth cert #56974, vol 114

[NI14075] KY Birth cert #56008, vol 113
KY Birth cert #29209, vol 59

[NI14077] KY Birth cert #30211, vol 61 (27)

[NI14079] KY Birth cert #48702, vol 98

[NI14081] KY Birth cert #105, vol 1

[NI14084] Ethel was a postmaster at the Head of Grassy Post Office and a teacher in
the
Lewis County schools. She was a member of First Christian Church of Olive
Hill. Her funeral services were conducted at Globe Funeral Chapel in
Olive
Hill by Dave Shanklin. At the time of her death Ethel had 11
grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.

[NI14087] KY Birth cert #37666, vol 76

[NI14089] KY Birth cert #57166, vol 115

[NI14091] KY Birth cert #2983, vol 6 (27)

[NI14092] KY Birth cert #14227, vol 29

[NI14093] KY Birth cert #4859, vol 10

[NI14095] KY Birth cert #400, vol 1 (26)

[NI14097] KY Birth cert #54043, vol 109

[NI14099] KY Birth cert #10860, vol 22

KY Birth cert #5803, vol 12

[NI14101] KY Birth cert #48921, vol 98

[NI14105] KY Birth cert #48915, vol 98

[NI14107] KY Birth cert #7748, vol 16

[NI14109] KY Birth cert #3564, vol 8 (29)

[NI14110] KY Birth cert #57834, vol 116

[NI14112] KY Birth cert #25453, vol 51

[NI14114] KY Birth cert #21365, vol 43

[NI14115] KY Birth cert #4025, vol 9 (27)

[NI14117] KY Birth cert #56931, vol 114

[NI14118] KY Birth cert #28739, vol 58

[NI14120] KY Birth cert #17421, vol 35

[NI14121] KY Birth cert #18308, vol 37

[NI14123] KY Birth cert #33322, vol 67

[NI14124] KY Birth cert #15446, vol 31 (29)

[NI14126] KY Birth cert #40702, vol 82

[NI14127] KY Birth cert #28044, vol 57

[NI14129] KY Birth cert #50955, vol 102

[NI14131] KY Birth cert #43740, vol 88

[NI14133] KY Birth cert #57794, vol 116

[NI14135] KY Birth cert #25096, vol 51

[NI14137] KY Birth cert #42440, vol 85

[NI14139] KY Birth cert #10951, vol 22

[NI14141] KY Birth cert #25010, vol 51

[NI14143] KY Birth cert #33078, vol 67

[NI14145] KY Birth cert #29577a, vol 60

[NI14146] KY Birth cert #66782, vol 132

[NI14148] KY Birth cert #45718, vol 92

[NI14149] KY Birth cert #26507, vol 54

[NI14151] KY Birth cert #438, vol 1

[NI14152] KY Birth cert #29438, vol 59

[NI14154] KY Birth cert #54383, vol 109

[NI14156] KY Birth cert #13051, vol 27

[NI14158] KY Birth cert #64066, vol 129

[NI14159] KY Birth cert #24497, vol 49

[NI14161] KY Birth cert #47285, vol 95

[NI14164] KY Birth cert #6979, vol 14

[NI14165] KY Birth cert #53675, vol 108

[NI14166] KY Birth cert #13469, vol 27

[NI14167] KY Birth cert #41481, vol 83

[NI14169] KY Birth cert #21395, vol 43 (26)

[NI14170] KY Birth cert #50157, vol 101

[NI14171] KY Birth cert #11396, vol 23

[NI14172] KY Birth cert #30188, vol 61

[NI14173] KY Birth cert #46630, vol 98

[NI14175] KY Birth cert #48309, vol 97

[NI14177] KY Birth cert #12898, vol 28

[NI14178] KY Birth cert #10182, vol 21

KY Birth cert #56000, vol 112

[NI14179] KY Birth cert #51149, vol 103

[NI14181] KY Birth cert #56383, vol 113

[NI14183] KY Birth cert #52837, vol 106

[NI14185] 6351, vol 13

[NI14186] KY Birth cert #39551, vol 80 (26)

[NI14188] KY Birth cert #48255, vol 97

[NI14189] KY Birth cert #33335, vol 67

[NI14190] KY Birth cert #53780, vol 108

[NI14192] KY Birth cert #55001, vol 111

[NI14193] KY Birth cert #49655, vol 100

[NI14196] KY Birth cert #5348, vol 11

KY Birth cert #7747, vol 16

[NI14197] KY Birth cert #38614, vol 78

[NI14199] KY Birth cert #5346, vol 11
KY Birth cert #59703, vol 120

[NI14200] KY Birth cert #44896, vol 90

[NI14201] KY Birth cert #23122, vol 47 (30)

[NI14202] KY Birth cert #54373, vol 109

[NI14204] KY Birth cert #41967, vol 84

[NI14205] KY Birth cert #55309, vol 111

[NI14206] KY Birth cert #56057, vol 113

[NI14207] KY Birth cert #52746, vol 106

[NI14208] KY Birth cert #48308, vol 97

[NI14210] KY Birth cert #56005, vol 113

[NI14211] KY Birth cert #15471, vol 31

[NI14212] KY Birth cert #48230, vol 97

[NI14214] KY Birth cert #10403, vol 21

[NI14216] KY Birth cert #51049, vol 103

[NI14217] KY Birth cert #41913, vol 84

[NI14218] KY Birth cert #2966, vol 6 (30)

[NI14219] KY Birth cert #28490, vol 57

[NI14220] KY Birth cert #46225, vol 93

[NI14221] Rowan Co,KY marr reg says she is 16

[NI14223] Madeline was also known as Branson Elkins. She and Link were married in
the
presence of Leslie Wily and Flossie Frymon.

[NI14224] KY Birth cert #43325, vol 87

KY Birth cert #25704, vol 52

[NI14226] 48510, vol 98

[NI14229] KY Birth cert #16144, vol 33

KY Birth cert #8863, vol 18

[NI14230] KY Birth cert #53781, vol 108

[NI14232] his obit mentions Mima, Kathryn, Elza, Lavern, Beckham, Letcher, & Wesley

[NI14233] KY Birth cert #8956, vol 18

[NI14235] KY Birth cert #10431, vol 21

[NI14238] KY Birth cert #37207, vol 75

[NI14242] KY Birth cert #5810, vol 12 (26)

[NI14243] KY Birth cert #42445, vol 85

[NI14246] KY Birth cert #46565, vol 94

KY Birth cert #21455, vol 43

[NI14247] KY Birth cert #65090, vol 131

[NI14248] KY Birth cert #866, vol 2

[NI14250] KY Birth cert #29221, vol 59
Irene was a graduate of Morehead State University, class of 1961. She
taught school in the Boyd County School System.

[NI14251] The descendants of Joseph and Loudena LaRue were provided by Lloyd Shupe,
Dec 1997.

[NI14252] KY Birth cert #24567, vol 50

[NI14254] KY Birth cert #37389, vol 75

[NI14255] KY Birth cert #7014, vol 15

[NI14257] KY Birth cert #4421, vol 9

[NI14258] marr rec says she 18

[NI14259] KY Birth cert #23002, vol 47

[NI14261] KY Birth cert #22043, vol 45

[NI14263] KY Birth cert #34280, vol 69

[NI14264] KY Birth cert #10176, vol 21

[NI14265] KY Birth cert #27671, vol 56

[NI14267] KY Birth cert #5248, vol 11

[NI14268] KY Birth cert #31416, vol 63

[NI14269] KY Birth cert #18189, vol 37

[NI14271] KY Birth cert #63436, vol 127

[NI14272] KY Birth cert #34928, vol 70

[NI14274] KY Birth cert #19467, vol 39

[NI14276] KY Birth cert #30138, vol 79

[NI14278] KY Birth cert #24359, vol 49

[NI14279] KY Birth cert #9639, vol 20

[NI14280] KY Birth cert #63231, vol 127

[NI14281] KY Birth cert #63956, vol 128

[NI14283] KY Birth cert #2776, vol 6 (31)

[NI14284] KY Birth cert #8197, vol 17

[NI14285] KY Birth cert #9717, vol 20

[NI14288] KY Birth cert #2543, vol 6 (31)

[NI14290] KY Birth cert #41468, vol 83

[NI14291] KY Birth cert #53243, vol 107

[NI14295] KY Birth cert #22460, vol 45

[NI14297] KY Birth cert #26343, vol 53

[NI14301] Gracie was a member of James Chapel Church at Olive Hill. At the time of
her
death, Gracie had 11 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Her
funeral was conducted at Oney-Henderson Funeral Home in Olive Hill.

[NI14302] KY Birth cert #22508, vol 46

[NI14304] KY Birth cert #27224, vol 55 (26)

[NI14305] KY Birth cert #386, vol 1

[NI14306] KY Birth cert #33485, vol 67

[NI14307] 37787, vol 76

[NI14309] KY Birth cert #6236, vol 13

[NI14311] KY Birth cert #60181, vol 121

[NI14312] KY Birth cert #60181, vol 121

[NI14314] KY Birth cert #52170, vol 105

[NI14315] KY Birth cert #13838, vol 28

[NI14316] KY Birth cert #25343, vol 51

KY Birth cert #13874, vol 28

[NI14319] KY Birth cert #38034, vol 77

[NI14322] KY Birth cert #60325, vol 121

[NI14324] KY Birth cert #41425, vol 83

[NI14326] KY Birth cert #46866, vol 94

[NI14327] KY Birth cert #50495, vol 101

[NI14329] KY Birth cert #53095, vol 107

[NI14331] KY Birth cert #47776, vol 16

[NI14332] KY Birth cert #53705, vol 108

[NI14337] KY Birth cert #19792, vol 40

[NI14339] KY Birth cert #847, vol 2 (47)

[NI14341] KY Birth cert #23202, vol 47

[NI14342] KY Birth cert #57497, vol 115

[NI14345] KY Birth cert #34405, vol 69

[NI14347] KY Birth cert #24481, vol 49

[NI14349] KY Birth cert #49385, vol 99

[NI14351] KY Birth cert #12972, vol 26

[NI14353] KY Birth cert #11585, vol 24

[NI14354] KY Birth cert #20955, vol 42

[NI14357] KY Birth cert #50173, vol 101

[NI14359] KY Birth cert #43204, vol 87

[NI14360] KY Birth cert #8690, vol 18 (26)

[NI14361] KY Birth cert #837, vol 2

[NI14363] KY Birth cert #41466, vol 83

[NI14366] KY Birth cert #30798, vol 62

[NI14368] KY Birth cert #3118, vol 7

[NI14370] KY Birth cert #46245, vol 93

[NI14371] KY Birth cert #2743, vol 6 (30)

[NI14373] KY Birth cert #49357, vol 99

[NI14375] KY Birth cert #38782, vol 78

[NI14377] KY Birth cert #55925, vol 112

[NI14379] KY Birth cert #9134, vol 19

[NI14381] KY Birth cert #59777, vol 120

[NI14382] KY Birth cert #17097, vol 35

[NI14383] KY Birth cert #34864, vol 70

[NI14387] KY Birth cert #23533, vol 46

[NI14388] KY Birth cert #25117, vol 51

[NI14389] KY Birth cert #43399, vol 87

[NI14392] KY Birth cert #40439, vol 81

[NI14394] KY Birth cert #8195, vol 17

[NI14395] KY Birth cert #61803, vol 124

[NI14396] KY Birth cert #41506, vol 84

[NI14398] KY Birth cert #59249, vol 119

[NI14400] KY Birth cert #20629, vol 42

[NI14402] KY Birth cert #38618, vol 78

[NI14403] KY Birth cert #37766, vol 76

[NI14406] KY Birth cert #27270, vol 56

[NI14408] KY Birth cert #10976, vol 22

[NI14410] KY Birth cert #532, vol 2

[NI14411] KY Birth cert #6762, vol 14

[NI14413] KY Birth cert #9103, vol 19

[NI14415] KY Birth cert #2158, vol 5

[NI14416] KY Birth cert #24498, vol 49

[NI14418] KY Birth cert #27233, vol 55

[NI14420] KY Birth cert #32020, vol 65

[NI14421] KY Birth cert #36633, vol 78

[NI14422] KY Birth cert #685, vol 2

[NI14424] KY Birth cert #33636, vol 68

[NI14426] KY Birth cert #31104, vol 63

[NI14427] KY Birth cert #56742, vol 114

[NI14429] KY Birth cert #41281, vol 83

[NI14431] KY Birth cert #4360, vol 9

[NI14432] KY Birth cert #21423, vol 43

[NI14434] KY Birth cert #30103, vol 61 (30)

[NI14435] KY Birth cert #51839, vol 104 (29)

[NI14437] KY Birth cert #28834, vol 58

[NI14438] KY Birth cert #35740, vol 72

[NI14439] KY Birth cert #31435, vol 63

[NI14441] KY Birth cert #46429, vol 93

[NI14443] KY Birth cert #59482, vol 119

[NI14444] KY Birth cert #47318, vol 95

[NI14445] KY Birth cert #26905, vol 54

[NI14447] KY Birth cert #59758, vol 120

[NI14449] KY Birth cert #783, vol 2

[NI14453] KY Birth cert #13458, vol 27

[NI14454] KY Birth cert #7563, vol 16

[NI14456] KY Birth cert #22467, vol 45

[NI14458] KY Birth cert #34127, vol 69

[NI14460] KY Birth cert #33577, vol 68

[NI14462] KY Birth cert #14137, vol 29

[NI14463] KY Birth cert #20004, vol 41

[NI14464] KY Birth cert #39217, vol 79

[NI14466] In the obituary of William's father, Asa Martin Stamper, only one son,
William, survived Asa. There was another son of Asa who preceeded him in
death, John Perry Stamper. Therefore, since we do not know if John P.
died before reaching maturity, it is possible that one or both of the
sons listed here for William, may, in fact, belong to John P.

[NI14467] KY Birth cert #61785, vol 124.

[NI14469] KY Birth cert #16726, vol 34

[NI14474] Breathitt Co,KY,marriage recs
age 14 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI14475] According to her death certificate of Matilda Turner Stamper, she was b 5
Jun 1837 and d 5 Jun 1922 Cob Hill, Estill Co KY. Her parents were listed
as David Turner b NC and Sarah Stamper b NC. The informant was her oldest
son Richard. The Descendants of Joel Stamper Chart had her maiden name as
Jackson. This leaves the question of Sarah's maiden name-which is
correst Jackson or Stamper? And if the death certificate is correct where
does Sarah Stamper fit in the family... Phyllis Brown.

[NI14476] Breathitt Co,KY,marriage recs

[NI14477] widow in 1900 Breathitt Co, Census
Breathitt Co,KY,marriage recs
age 16 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI14480] Breathitt Co,KY,marriage recs

[NI14485] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs

[NI14551] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk15 p483

[NI14589] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk32 p032 (date omitted)

[NI14592] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk46 p???

[NI14606] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk08 p187' age 3 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY
Census. William & Polly in 1900 Breathitt co KY census. If so, then he
is probably not the same William who md. Roxey Williams in 1898.
Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk4 p223

[NI14613] April 17, 1740 The Pennsylvania Gazette; ITEM #3949; April 17, 1740; The
Pennsylvania Gazette; FOR divers weighty Considerations me hereunto
moving, I the Subscriber am under a Necessary, to desire all Persons
whatsoever, not to trust or give any Credit to Dinah, the Wife of Thomas
Stamper , of this City, for any Consideration whatsoever; for I will not
pay any Debt by her contracted after the date hereof. Thomas Stamper .
April 16. 1740. Keywords: 1ettezaG , classified, women;
http://204.170.102.11/cgi-bin/accessible/verify.pl

[NI14622] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk13 p281, Gives brides name as Ellen
McClean.

[NI14675] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk33 p071

[NI14689] from JudiA777@aol.com; Sigel Stamper Cemetery; An inactive cemeteryy
located on Canoe in Breathitt County, Kentucky. Take Highway 1110 from
Haddix to the intersection of 1110 and 3237 at Saldee. Turn Right onto
KY Highway 3237. Travel on 3237 to the top of the hill. The cemetery is
located just beyond the crest on the left. Contains two graves.
1. Sigel Stamper (son of William and Margaret (Turner) Stamper- married
America Arrowood) October 8, 1877 - December 12, 1935
2. George Washington Stamper (son of Sigel and America (Arrowood)
Stamper)
April 3, 1898 - October 4, 1928
Cemetery copied on October 24, 1998 by Stephen D. and Michael M.
Bowling. All remarks in parenthesis were added by Stephen D. Bowling.

[NI14698] Polly's parents named in marriage rec.
Pam Fitch lists her parents as Elijah Bowling Jr and Zilpha Baker.

[NI14715] Breathitt Co,KY. marriage recs bk32 p072 names bride as Bertha "BACK".

[NI14776] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI14827] Source: Margaret Main (rn=27134); ltr 12/12/78

[NI14830] record shows 2 dates -- 2nd date says 10 jun 1795

[NI14842] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI14853] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI14858] Margaret is the contributor of the Christopher Main family 12/12/78

[NI14893] letter of inquiry re Moores (1978)

[NI14896] letter (1978) of L.A. Miller;1705 Ellisonway;Independence,MO 64050

[NI14911] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14912] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14913] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14914] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14915] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14916] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14917] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14918] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14919] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14920] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14921] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14922] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14923] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14924] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14925] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14926] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14927] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14928] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14929] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14930] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14931] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14932] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14933] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14934] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14935] letter of inquiry re Moores (1978)

[NI14936] letter of Lloyd Everett Tomlinson, 199 Mira Allende,San Clemente,CA (1978)

[NI14937] letter fr Jim O'Brien;2115 So. Cypress;Sioux City,IA 51106

[NI14938] letter fr Jim O'Brien;2115 So. Cypress;Sioux City,IA 51106

[NI14939] letter fr Jim O'Brien;2115 So. Cypress;Sioux City,IA 51106

[NI14941] letter fr Jim O'Brien; 2115 So. Cypress; Sioux City, IA 51106

[NI14942] Civil War Vet from Calif. in Comp D, 7th Reg Inf Volunteers; railroad
contractor & Mail carrier; letter fr Jim O'Brien; 2115 So. Cypress; Sioux
City, IA 51106

[NI14943] letter fr Jim O'Brien;2115 So. Cypress;Sioux City,IA 51106

[NI14944] letter fr Jim O'Brien; 2115 So. Cypress; Sioux City, IA 51106

[NI14946] letter fr Jim O'Brien; 2115 So. Cypress; Sioux City, IA 51106

[NI14947] letter fr Jim O'Brien;2115 So. Cypress;Sioux City,IA 51106

[NI14949] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14951] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14953] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14955] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14957] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14959] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14961] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14964] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14966] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14968] recs of Bernard F. Persells;16124 Ego;East Detroit,MI 48021; (19800

[NI14970] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI14973] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI14977] Came to America in 1790 with wife and eldest son who was then 9 wks old

History of Beaver Co,PA (1888)

[NI14979] Came to America with parents at 9 wks of age (in 1790)

[NI14984] Descendants of Robert & John Poage (1954)

Came to Orange Co,Va, proved importation 22 May 1740 to obtain lands

came with 7 children

[NI14985] Descendants of Robert & John Poage (1954)

said to have 4 sons and 3 dau

[NI14986] Descendants of Robert & John Poage (1954)

said to have had 4 sons and 3 daus

[NI14987] Descendants of Robert & John Poage (1954)

[NI14989] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI14992] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI14994] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI14996] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI14998] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15000] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15003] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15004] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15005] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15007] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15008] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15010] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15012] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15014] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15016] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15017] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15019] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15022] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15024] Nelma (Faux) Howard;Route 2,Box 149;Buhl,ID 83316;letter 1977

[NI15034] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15039] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15046] Same Birth Year Given For Both Vera And June/Probable Error

Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15047] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15049] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15054] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15057] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15058] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15063] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15064] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15066] Gen notes of NY and New Engl Families by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15074] Gen notes of NY and New Engl Families by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI15076] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15077] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15078] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15080] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15083] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15085] George Tobias Setzer came to this country on the ship BROTHERS,arriving
in Philadelphia, Penn. on September 14 ,1751.He was the brother of
Michael and Jacob Setzer.

[NI15086] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15089] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15090] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15092] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15098] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15100] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15105] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15106] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15108] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15125] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15127] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15129] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15131] Recs of Paula Harringotn;P.O. Box 2421;Edgewood,NM 87015;(505) 281-4254

[NI15137] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15142] two different reportings of this marriage: (1) David Stamper to Kazie
Keick, (2) Daniel Stamper to Kazia Reice, both have same date and county
in TN.

[NI15148] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15149] Source: Frances Aaron;6649 E. Hwy 80, #169;Yuma,AZ 85354

says William & Mary had 3 children, William & Sally had 9 ch

[NI15152] source: Frances Aaron;6649 E.Hwy.80, #169;Yuma,AZ 85365

[NI15153] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15154] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15155] Jolene Vandever Huddleston, Box 208, Mt View, OK 73062 (Oct 1995)

[NI15157] Jolene Vandever Huddleston, Box 208, Mt View, OK 73062 (Oct 1995)

[NI15159] Jolene Vandever Huddleston, Box 208, Mt View, OK 73062 (Oct 1995)

attended Catholic School in Natches

[NI15161] Jolene Vandever Huddleston, Box 208, Mt View, OK 73062 (Oct 1995)

[NI15163] Jolene Vandever Huddleston, Box 208, Mt View, OK 73062 (Oct 1995)

[NI15165] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15167] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15169] prob son, living w/prob bro/Addison W. Hobart,1850 Manalpan twp,Monmouth
Co,NJ census

[NI15170] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

Protestant Episcopal, Stepney Parish,Somerset Co,MD records

[NI15171] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

Research by Virgil Long; Seymour,Indiana & his book "Speer & Allied
families"

Book" Cumberland Co,KY, Yesterday & Today" Vol.1

Stepney Parish records, Somerset Co,MD

[NI15173] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15174] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15177] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15180] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15182] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15184] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15188] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15192] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15193] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15194] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15197] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15198] source: Alice P. Montgomery;77 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202
(Jan 1996)

[NI15199] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15208] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15211] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15213] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15215] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15217] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15219] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15221] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15223] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15225] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15227] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15229] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15231] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15233] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15235] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15237] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15239] recs of Alice Montgomery:72 Cunningham Way;Watsonville,CA 95076-1202 (Jan
1996) Ersthaler, 12500 Anaheim N.E., Albuquerque,NM 87122;(505) 856-5775
(Feb 1996)

[NI15243] recs of Lorene Hawley & Louisa's obit.
See no. 121/131 ? Martin Family Casner Twp., Jeff Co, Ill. Census, Fam #3
George Martin (desc?) stated that one of Wm Stamper's sons lived in
Brazoria Co,TX.

[NI15246] Recs of Lorene Hawley & Ina (Stamper) Wallace; He age 18 in 1850 Bedford
Co,TN census

[NI15251] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15259] recs of Lorene Hawley (1996)

[NI15261] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15263] Jef Co,IL marr vol 3,p 5; Jef Co,IL marr lic #146 vol 6 p 129; death
index 1916-1938, IL

[NI15265] recs of Lorene Hawley.
1910 soundex Critenden Co,ARK
recs of Ina (Stamper) Wallace. She says: Robert Lee Stamper reads as
died in res of Critenden Co., AR. It should be date/place of death
unknown as it is reported that Robert Lee Stamper 1)either died in 1932
and is buried next to his wife Sarah Francis Dunn(m. 2 Mar 1903,
Craighead Co., AR, Lake City, rec. pg. 375, Craighead Co., Cthouse.)in
Mt. Ida Cemetery, Montgomery Co., AR OR as told by his son Henry Dubose
Stamper, Robert Stamper left the family around that time, never to be
heard from again. Whereabouts unknown. For more information see article
"Lost Boy Found".

[NI15267] recs of Lorene Hawley

Death Index 1916-1938

[NI15269] recs of Ina (Stamper) Wallace

[NI15271] recs of Ina Wallace

[NI15278] recs of Ina Stamper Wallace (1996)

[NI15315] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15317] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15321] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15322] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15331] Lorene Hawley recs note 2 children (not listed)

[NI15344] Rice/Trails/Shute

[NI15345] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15346] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15347] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15348] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15353] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15354] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15355] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15357] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15360] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15361] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI15394] Ky statistics say Mary E. was b. 13 nov 1856. Bobbie Pyles cites b.date
as 11 Oct 1856, buried Old Town Cem, Diviess Co, MO

[NI15414] John and Lilly were married in the presence of John G. Tackett and Fatima
Stamper.

[NI15424] Breathitt CO KY Marr Reg/HE Age 21

age 13 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI15431] Husb Obit 06 Jan 1944.; .... My wife's grandmother, Rachel Slone, was
part Cherokee. There is no concrete data to prove that except by word of
mouth. Rachel married William Thomas Stamper in May 1909. Therefore if
that is true, all their kids had some Cherokee in them which included my
wife's father, Kermit Stamper. Rachel's parents were Marion Slone and
Lucinda Smith. That is all I know. sirlisle@aol.comm

[NI15434] bond issued 22 jan 1866

marr rec;bond 61507 rec 47-01-006

wit:James H. Whitaker, by:T.G.Lowe

[NI15438] bond 64310, rec 47-02-184, bondsman; Joseph L.Simm, wit: John H. Harwell;
the 1850 Breathitt Co, KY census: family 42-42; While all the children's
birth dates match, the the wife's name is MARGARET, age 39, b. VA. It
states that John W, age 15, was born in IN. No birth places cited for
the other children. The Infant son, is just listed as "Stamper, 3/12,
M. (could that be his given name? Stamper STAMPER? There is also a
William TOLISTON, age 22, M, Farmer, KY living in this household.

[NI15440] marr bond 64307, rec 47-02-184

bndsmn; Joseph B. Whitehead, wit: J.H.Harwell

[NI15442] marr bond 64309, rec 47-02-184

bndsmn; James Stamper, wit: S.H.Johnston

[NI15448] recs of Lorene Hawley

[NI15449] 1830 & 1850 Census OF Bedford CO TN. Lorene Hawley; 4712 S.W. 6th Ave,
rm 514; Topeka,KS 66606-2284:1996. Ina Stamper Wallace contributed the
following: Death of William G. STAMPES on 27th August 1838 is reported
in Bedford County Historical Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 4 p99. The same issue
lists Wm. STAMPER as owning land on Duck River on Jan 10 1810 and Wm.
G.STAMPS in 1836 Bedford Co. Tax list. Martha STAMPER, widow of William
G. is listed in the 1850 Bedford Co., TN Census with children
William,Nathan,Henry,Martha,Ann. Based on the dates of marriages for the
children, it is possible that the family moved to Jefferson Co., IL
after 1850. I don't know if Martha, the mother, ever remarried so I could
find no information on her after 1850 in TN. I'm also looking at a
William STAMPER shown in a Land Deed of Bedford Co. who sold 300 acres to
John T. FORREST from Granville Co., NC. In the Land deed. genealogy of
Bedford Co., TN, 1807-1852 book is a William of Orange Co., NC The date
was 8 Sept 1819. I looked further into my records and found that in an
index to the 1800 Census of NC, a William STAMPER was listed from
Granville Co. I believe there is also a will for this William Stamper in
Granville NC that I've seen reference to but haven't yet run that lead
down.

[NI15451] BK 11 PG 80 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15453] BK 11 PG 146 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15455] BK 11 PK 638 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15457] BK 12 PG 386 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15459] BK 12 PG 582 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15464] BK 5 PG 243 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg
Three children were born to Melissa, all died in infancy.

[NI15466] BK 7 PG 17 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15470] BK 7 PG 99 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15473] BK 8 PG 190 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15475] BK 10 PG 56 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15480] age 30 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI15482] 1900 Breathitt Co, KY census, says she was born March 1855.

[NI15483] age 15 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census; note on Breathitt Co, KY marr by
M. Turner (28 Oct 1997) says Albert was killed CW apr 1863)
From Wendy Norman: Albert Stamper d. April 15 ,1863 in Irvine, Ky.
He died of and I quote from his Pension and Military Records,"Measels
which seemed to take the form of an ulcer and eat great frightful holes
in his abdoman causing his death.''
Joanna was b. 1868/9 Perhaps she was a relative?? Maybe Sarah Sally m.
again? Joanna was listed in Lee co. census in !880
Joanna was not named in any of Alberts military records and not named on
his pension when Sarah recieved it . Minor children were listed on
Military record asEnoch b.1853 Nancy B. 1857 Mary b.11860 and Milla
b.1862.

[NI15484] From: Wendy Norman ; I see that we have conflictingg
opinions on the parents of Sarah Sally Mayes. I received a reply just
two hours ago from a fellow researcher who states that the lady in
questions' parents were Moses Mayes/Mays and Mary. Now what do we do?

[NI15493] Not proven to be s/o Richard (1779) and Sarah (Arnett) Stamper. More
likely grandson, or Grandson of Richard's (1779) brother, John and Nancy
(Arnett) Stamper; Bath CO KY Marr Reg; Age 38 Bath CO KY 1860 Census
PG 145

[NI15503] 1900 Wolfe Co Census lists grandson Charley, age 6, grandson. 1910 Wolfe
Co Census list Charley, age 14, and a granddaughter, Lillie?, age 16.

[NI15507] BK 2 PG 178 Letcher CO KY Marr.Reg.
BK 6 PG 15 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg
1800 Letcher Co,KY census;
age 22 Abington twp,Wayne Co,IND 1850 census from the recs of Geneva
Stamper Hamilton (Jan 1997);
From James A. Stamper (regarding his ggrandfather, Joseph):
1. Joseph didn't marry a woman named Mary after 1875 as the notes
indicate. He had a common-law arrangement for a short period with a
woman named Mary Coburn, and the 1880 census lists her as his wife, but
they were never married. He married only Malinda Phipps, and then Sarah
Taylor after Malinda's death.
2. I doubt that the Joseph Stamper listed in the 1850 Wayne Co., Indiana
census is the same Joseph, although the age matches. Joseph and Malinda
were already married in 1850, and he and Malinda were listed in the 1850
Ashe Co., NC census (household #317).

[NI15508] BK 10 PG 244 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15509] marr bond #168969, rec 104-04-008, by; W.Joines,JP

bndsmn; B.F. Johnson, wit; R.B. Bryan

[NI15511] BK 2 PG 85 Letcher CO Marr Reg

[NI15513] BK 5 PG 131 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15517] BK 3 PG 103 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15537] age 18 in 1850 Owen Co,KY Census

[NI15554] BK 10 PG 78 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15556] BK 10 PG 366 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15558] BK 13 PG 30 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15560] BK 13 PG 542 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15561] BK 16 PG 494 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15563] BK 17 PG 185 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15565] BK 17 PG 489 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg
There is a problem with the children's b. dates. Montie and Elaine could
not have been born 1 month apart.

[NI15568] from Bonnie Bertleson; Troy Wallace Stamper married Minta Ison in 1917 in
Letcher Co. KY. Minta Ison's parents were Eli Ison and Patty Polly or
Patty Day. In two different obituaries, the mother was named as "Patty
Polly" and "Patty Day". The "Patty Polly" obiturary was from my
grandmother's church bulletin (Indian Bottom Church near Blackey in
Letcher Co. Kentucky). The "Patty Day" was from a funeral home memorial
book.

[NI15569] BK 29 PG 61 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15571] BK 32 PG 6 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15573] Bath CO KY Marr Reg

[NI15577] Obit Ashland Daily Independent

[NI15601] Winchester Sun news clipping

[NI15607] Licking Valley Courier

[NI15610] age 2 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI15614] age 1 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI15646] Ira wrote the article about "UNCLE BILLIE"

[NI15681] Martha V. Nelson was 3rd wife. 1st & 2nd wife not known at this time

[NI15685] she was a teacher

Egypt is now Midway,PA

[NI15692] died as an infant

[NI15693] he was a blacksmith

[NI15694] he was a blacksmith

[NI15703] deed dated 20 jun 1823/rec marriage 1846 Wash Co,PA

[NI15705] Will OF Father Dated 18 Jun 1811 Wash CO PA

[NI15707] Will OF Father Dated 18 Jun 1811 Wash CO PA

[NI15712] Died Age 86 Yrs 7 MO 9 Days

[NI15718] According to The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 282-283: - John and first wife Catherine lived in a
part of Lincoln Co, NC that became part of Catawba Co in 1842. Their
home was west of present day Newton. After Catherine's death, John
married Christina Moose. The marriage took place in Lincoln Co, NC.
John and Catherine were buried in
Old St. Paul's Church Cemetery. It is unknown where Christina is buried.
According to personal records of Kay Inman dated July 1997:
- John Setzer and Christina Moose had no children

[NI15819] died bef 1613

[NI15841] died bef 1667

[NI15844] died bef 1615

[NI16000] A great deal of the information provided here was contributed by: James
W. Witt in 1979. He was born 3 apr 1922 at Ulvah, Letcher Co, KY, the
son of James B. and Maggie (Pigman Witt; the grandson of John C. and Mary
(Vance) Pigman; the great grandson of Edmond and Margaret
(Yeary-Clarkston) Witt, Lewis Pigman, Austin C. and Mary Attie (Hall)
Vance.
I did not receive his files or documentation, but I had the opportunity
to work closely with him and felt his work to be of the highest quality.
I also believe he knew he would not live long enough to publish his data
and allowed me to print it as an allied line in my own publication "Bonds
of Union, Volume I, Descendants of Thomas Clarkston (1787-1858)"
published in 1980, Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 80-82262.

[NI16013] 6 children were living in their household in 1850 Letcher Co, KY

[NI16018] John was a Confederate soldier and was captured by the Union Army at the
battle of Cumberland Gap. He was a prisoner for 22 months in the Union
Prison Camp at Camp Douglas, ILL. He told after his release of eating
rats to stay alive. His brother, Alfred, was captured with him.

[NI16019] Alfred was a Confederate soldier. See story attached to his brother John
for details.

[NI16022] Martha and Marion separated about 1910

[NI16025] killed in the civil war

[NI16026] moved to Tennessee

[NI16037] he was a mailman in Crab Orchard,Lee co,VA

[NI16039] he left his family in VA and moved to ARK.

he died in the poorhouse

[NI16044] she died age 12-13 of blood poisoning

[NI16051] he left his family behind and went to Arkansas about 1904-5 and started a
new family there. no further info

[NI16053] he left his family in VA and moved to ARK 1904-5. he started another
family in ARK. no further information.

[NI16059] record says killed in Benham,KY

[NI16061] said to have married 4 times

[NI16063] said to have married 3 times

[NI16076] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI16139] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 17, born Jun 1882, single living with parents
- Can read and write

[NI16140] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 92-92

[NI16145] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 103-103

[NI16147] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101

[NI16148] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101

[NI16149] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101

[NI16150] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101

[NI16151] Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twp/Fam 101

[NI16152] 1900 Taney CO MO Cen/Fam 105-105

[NI16203] Austria-Hungary originally Transylvania (now Rumania

he was a teacher

[NI16205] Immigrated TO Chicago Illinois Before 1898

[NI16207] Stephan & Louise Met BY Correspondence

HE Immigrated TO Sebring OH Before 1898

[NI16208] Louise Berthold May Have Been Born IN Chekoslavakia

She Immigrated With Her Parents TO Chicago Before 1898

[NI16211] Percy was a mechanical engineer at Morgan Engineering in Alliance for 50
years

[NI16217] AS OF Jan 1988 There Are 15 GR Children & 18 (Soon 20) GR GR Children

[NI16221] Betty is a Registered Nurse, graduated from Cleveland City Hospital

[NI16223] William Ray Sr is a mechanical Engineer

[NI16226] Robert IS AN Anesthesiologist

[NI16227] Donald IS AN Optometrist

[NI16247] Kerry is a Chief Petty Officer in the Navy (14 years))

[NI16249] IN The Sea-Bea'S Stationed IN Virginia

[NI16267] Both Denise and Ron work in Banking

[NI16271] William Ray JR IS A Steel Worker

[NI16272] David Mark IS A Cabinet Maker

[NI16273] Holly Louise IS AN Executive Secretary

[NI16277] Aaron Had Son Scott Before HE & Sharon Married

[NI16281] Linda Had 3 Daughters When She & Wayne Were Married

[NI16283] Lee Adopting Debbie'S 2 CH (Stacey & Jeffrey)

[NI16294] planned wedding date

[NI16297] Both Are Grad OF Multomah School OF Bible

Rex IS Now Youth Pastor OF Valley Bible Church

[NI16301] Mathew was adopted

[NI16304] born Port Wash.?/Dover?/New PHiladelphia?

[NI16319] said to be 2 daughters by Joe Vanik, names unknown

[NI16335] Managers OF Super 8 Motel AT 457 Humbolt Ave Willows CA

[NI16337] Expecting Their 1ST Child IN June OF 1988

[NI16367] Expecting Their 1ST Child IN June OF 1988

[NI16394] Planned Wedding Date

[NI16402] Born The Day Her Great Grand Father Mills Died

[NI16416] Joann is a secretary & Computer operator

[NI16417] Michael IS Joann'S Son BY A Former Marriage

[NI16422] Stephen has been a Mahoning County Dog Warden for 15 years

[NI16431] Court Records in disposition of his estate

[NI16432] Data from settlement of his father's estate 1869

[NI16441] Source:settlement of his father's estate

[NI16442] Source:settlement of his father's estate

[NI16447] Source: settlement of his father's estate

[NI16493] died age 90

[NI16498] Killed by a drunk driver

[NI16499] Drowned

[NI16512] Name from WFT Vol 2, Pedigree # 1285

[NI16670] a glover

[NI16672] a weaver

[NI16673] a house carpenter

[NI16786] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16788] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16790] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16792] Will Date/Names BR-IN-Law Stephen Inman AS Adm

Names Neph Michael Inman & Niece Ann Inman

[NI16793] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

Disowned For Marrying Out OF Mtg 11 Apr 178?

[NI16794] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

Joseph & Jerusha Were 1ST Cousins

[NI16795] Marriage Intentions

Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16796] Marriage Intentions

Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16797] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16798] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16807] Rec OF Gloria Givens Hepburn Sent BY Ruth L May

[NI16842] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI16844] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI16846] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI16848] Source:Ped chart of:Ruth L. May

[NI16993] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 20, born Nov 1879, single living with parents
- Can read and write
- Attended school of 2 mos

[NI17024] res. Anchorage, Alaska

[NI17025] res. Anchorage, Alaska

[NI17032] Source says descendants listed with the WOOTEN family.

[NI17076] William Campbell is buried in Harlan County, KY.

[NI17098] marr bond # 1978, rec 6-02-005

bndsmn; N.C. Wood, wit; Nathan Weaver

[NI17100] marr bond 2231, rec 6-02-007

bndsmn; Henry Perry, wit: Nathan Weaver
marr bond 1322, rec 6-01-053

bndsmn; Hiram T. Stamper, wit: G. W. Ketchum

[NI17104] marr 1: bond 1318, rec 6-01-052

bndsmn: Adam Waggoner, wit: Nathan Weaver

marr2: bond 2230, rec 6-02-007

bndsmn: Jonathan Stamper, wit: R.T.Hardin

[NI17106] age 29 Grec Co,IND 1850 census

too young to be mother of Allen and Charlotte

assumed to be mother of the other children

this is the basis of 2nd marriage of Jonathan

[NI17107] First wife must have died in NC. Jonathan is age 42 in 1850 and age 52
in 1860, and age 64 in 1870 Green Co, IND census of Beach Creek Twp.;
listed as a farmer and Baptist Minister. Cynthia listed as age 29 in
1850, age 42 in 1860, and age 50 in 1870. There is a Hamilton C. Jones,
age 13, b. NC in this household in 1850. Appears to have migrated to
Indiana between 1847-1848.
First wife must have died in NC. Jonathan is age 42 in 1850 and age 52
in 1860, and age 64 in 1870 Green Co, IND census of Beach Creek Twp.;
listed as a farmer and Baptist Minister. Cynthia listed as age 29 in
1850, age 42 in 1860, and age 50 in 1870. There is a Hamilton C. Jones,
age 13, b. NC in this household in 1850. Appears to have migrated to
Indiana between 1847-1848.

[NI17109] 1860 Green Co, IND Census, Center twp, #321 says Solomon age 38, b. NC,
Margaret age 41, b. KY. Was in the Civil War. Moved from Kentucky to
Indiana, then to Missouri with his son William Marions' family

[NI17111] There is some difference of opinion regarding "Frankie's" parentage.
There are those who believe her to be the dau of William and Peggy
(Baldwin) Stamper, and those who believe her to be the d/o Solomon and
Elizabeth (Sizemore) Stamper. Stamper Footprints by Betty Latham has her
as a daughter of WIlliam and Peggy. There is a fairly good case for
either, and the new info from James Stamper seems to support her being
the daughter of Solomon and Eliz.

[NI17121] http://www.ls.net/~newriver/obit/lr1901ob.htm; Obituaries from the
1898-1901 ; Minutes of the Little River Regular Baptist Association;
Alleghany County, North Carolina: OBITUARY: Solomon S. Stamper was born
Apiji 26, 1822 and departed this life May 16, 1901. Age 79 years and 20
days. He was married to Lydia Pruitt in the year 1840. Unto them were
horn five children which are all living. He professed a hope in Christ
and joined the Church at Pleasant Grove several years before he died and
was Baptised by Elder A. J. Wagoner and lived a Christian life up to his
death. He left a lasting evidence that he was going to Heaven his
everlasting home to meet with friends that has gone, on before. We would
say to the Children prepare to meet thy God in peace that you may be able
to see your father's face again, where there will be no more sad parting.
He has a large connection to mourn their loss. But we feel our loss is
his eternal gain. He is gone, his seat in the church is vacant. His body
lies in the cold grave to wait the resurrection from. His body spirit is
resting we trust in that happy world above. O may we all be ready, too,
"heit the call Conies for us to go.

[NI17124] Jean "Jennie" Stamper, daughter of Joshua Stamper and Mary Blevins, had
an illegitimate son Madison Stamper. The father is believed to be her
first cousin, Wilburn Stamper, son of Solomon and Elizabeth (Sizemore)
Stamper, but this has not been proven.Jean "Jennie" Stamper, daughter of
Joshua Stamper and Mary Blevins, had
an illegitimate son Madison Stamper. The father is believed to be her
first cousin, Wilburn Stamper, son of Solomon and Elizabeth (Sizemore)
Stamper, but this has not been proven.

[NI17137] per text of Oliver Stamper (1945) they had several children, only names
Monroe.

[NI17153] All info on the Buchanan's were furnished by "Setzer and Allied Familys"
by Lawrence Wood,Gateway Press,Inc. Copyright 1980. Birth date not
right !!!!

[NI17273] !Action: Add family records from Loree Lee's files.

[NI17287] notes of Janet Martin (11 Oct 1997))
gave name of James A. Garfield Stamper and descendants. She also said
James was married 3 times. No known children from marriage 1. Two
children from marriage 2. The rest from Ella Fraley, wife #3.
Five were documented from birth records giving only the mother's name,
Edna Fraley.

[NI17291] per Michelle: I'm not so sure if His name was Daniel. What I am looking
for is the parents of Eva Stamper, James Stamper and Joseph Stamper.
There mother died when they were little (abt 1924) and there father gave
them up for adoption. My grandma says there mother was Blacnc McMeans
and father is Daniel. But isn't sure about there father.

[NI17303] Living with his brother, Larkin in 1840 census

[NI17316] BK 6 PG 42 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI17332] from Wil Vaught: She was the daughter of Robert Lee Poteet and Beatrice
Alamay Hunt. She and Dennis had two children. She remarried two more
times with no issue. [src: Rebecca J. Gardner]

[NI17349] Bonds OF Union/Vol I

[NI17385] !Name: One source has her name Rebeccan and another has last name Wise.

[NI17403] !Spouse: She is assumed to be the second wife of Robert Sleeth, due to
her
father Robert McCracken's will where he referred to his married daughter,
Margaret Sleeth, in the same county in Ohio. No record of the marriage
has been
found.

[NI17406] Birth! Her exact birthdate is unknown. At the time of her death she was
shown
as being 55 years and 5 months old.

[NI17432] !Residence: Of Mountain View California

[NI17451] Obit 06 Jan 1944 Mtn Eagle; Brother James who was a jailer in Whitesburg;
said to be 2 sons in the military, name(s) unknown.

[NI17485] According to Debby Lillie, Andy was accidentally shot and killed by his
brother, Scott.

[NI17491] !Marriage: Loree Lee indicates she was unmarried.

[NI17492] !Marriage: Loree Lee indicates she was unmarried.

[NI17499] !Marriage: Loree Lee indicates he was unmarried.

[NI17504] !Birth: Age 63 at time of death on 1 Oct 1854.

[NI17505] !Birth: Age 44 at time of death on 19 Aug 1840.

[NI17506] !Marriage: Loreee Lee indicates she was unmarried.

[NI17528] Recs of Traci L. Frederic (Oct 1997)
Izabel Married a Yingling, Jones, & Griffin. Her children are:
Jack, Jannelle, Robert, Darr, + 4 more.
Doesn't identify which children belong to which husbands.

[NI17540] !Birth: She was age 81 in 1850.

[NI17552] !Children: The children are listed from a deed and power of attorney
after his
death. They most surely are not in the correct order.

[NI17578] !Spouse: Loree Lee indicates he never married.

[NI17579] !ACTION: Find marriage location.

[NI17582] !Spouse: He was unmarried.

[NI17583] !Spouse: Loree Lee indicates he was unmarried.

[NI17590] !Sources: Will of John Strain.

[NI17595] !Death: His age was listed as 88 at the time of his death on 24 Mar 1865.

[NI17596] !Death: Will probated 26 Apr 1837.

[NI17600] !Sources: Donald L. Jacobus, "Families of Old Fairfield" 1:140, 567, 352.

!Residences: Eng.-- of New Haven Conn in 1638; then Fairfield & Stamford.

[NI17641] !Death: The year is probably due to inability to read it from the Archive
Record. It is available!

[NI17666] Jeremiah was a private in Captain Ambrose Carlton's Company of NC
Detached Militia from Wilkes County, NC during the war of 1812. He
enlisted Feb 19, 1815 and served until Mar 7, 1815.

[NI17711] Line 1880 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BURI PLAC Wilson Town Cemetery, , Adair Co., MO

[NI17715] Line 888 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BIRT PLAC Brashear Adair Mo

[NI17717] Line 916 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BIRT PLAC Brashear Adair Mo

[NI17718] Line 1897 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BURI PLAC Wilson Town Cemetery, , Adair, MO

[NI17736] Line 2045 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BURI PLAC Rock Creek Cemetery, Hurdland, Knox, MO

[NI17738] !Name: Other spelling: Lucetta

[NI17780] nicknamed "Do Me Right", he was murderednicknamed "Do Me Right", he was
murdered
His nickname was "DO ME RIGHT", he was Murdered

[NI17792] !Birth: Gedcom file shows a birth date of
about 1796. Loree Lee's records shows Feb 1797.

[NI17793] Loree Lee data shows birth date of Jan 1802. gedcom file shows birth
about
1798.

[NI17801] Loree Lee records show him to be born 6 Oct 1774. Gedcom file
indicates he was born about 1799.

!Sources: A Caldwell genealogy by Annie Caldwell Kennedy.
Caldwell family records from Nina Duncan, a gg daughter.
History of Mercer Co., Pa. (974.895 H2m) Brown Runk & Co. p. 520, 733,
and 810.
GS Film #878,950 Mercer Co., Pa. Cemetery Inscriptions, p. 194.
GS Film #878,967 Will of Samuel Caldwell, Will Book 1, p. 188
Will of John Strain.

[NI17803] Catherine had a son, Alfred, age 12 in 1880 census, which MIGHT indicate
that she had a previous marriage and that COOPER was not her maiden name.

[NI17812] Loree Lee records show her born about 1781. Gedcom file indicates birth
to be
about 1801.

!Burial: She is buried in the Old Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery,
Hempfield Twp. Mercer, Pennsylvania.

[NI17827] !Marriage: Randolph CO WV extracted records show their marriage date to
be 25
Jan 1807

[NI17838] !Burial: Scipio Township, Ohio. The cemetery was located on land
belonging to
the family in Scipio Township - it was evidently John McGlaughlin's farm
and
he deeded pieces of it to his sons Elihu, James and Andrew. When the
farm was
sold, the piece of land (about 1/16 acre) was kept in the family for the
heirs
of John McGlaughlin to own in Perpetuity. (Deed of Andrew J. McGlaughlin
to
Abraham Gotechall) The cemetery is on land now surrounded by a farm
belonging
to Charles Barley on Winn Road off County Rt. 7 (accessible from Rutland
Township, but closer to the town of Carpenter.

!Birth: Family tradition indicates that she came to America at age 12.

!Marriage: Randolph Co. WV Marriage records (extracted) show marriage
date to
be 25 Jan 1807.

[NI17839] Personal knowledge of Richard Lee Cooper from sister Cynthia Cooper Lee.

[NI17840] Personal knowledge from granddaughter Cynthia Cooper Lee.

[NI17841] Personal knowledge on Lee Clinton Cooper from daughter Cynthia Cooper Lee.
1910 Census shows Lee Clinton Cooper as Orville L.Cooper.

[NI17842] !Death: Will Probated 4 Apr 1828

!Burial: Old Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mercer, Pennsylvania

[NI17843] Personal knowledge on Opal Frances Naud Cooper from daughter Cynthia
Cooper
Lee.

[NI17847] !Burial: Old Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Hempfield Twp., Mercer,
PA

[NI17859] !Death: Will probated 26 Aug 1793.

!Sources: Will of John Caldwell, Carlisle, Cumberland, Pa.
A Caldwell genealogy compiled by Annie Caldwell Kennedy.
Caldwell family records from Nina Duncan a desc. of this family.
History of Mercer Co., Pa. (974.895 H2m) Brown, Runk & Co., p. 520.
GS Film # 878,950 Mercer Co., Pa. Cemetery Inscriptions
GS Film # 878,967 Wills of Samuel Caldwell, Book 1, p. 188 and of
Elizabeth
Russell, book 2, p. 107.

!Emigration: This family came to America in 1787

[NI17866] Died Where: Mercer Co., PA (?)

[NI17870] Died Where: Mercer Co., PA (?)

[NI17907] The Taulbee connections were provided by Robert L. George
(11 Oct 1997))
and Taulbee Family website

[NI17945] Bert and his descendants are From the files of Raymond C. Whisenant
(oct.1997)They have not been proven to be placed in this line yet.

[NI17982] Dudley: Listed as tithable in the 1824 Logan Co tax list - along with
Allen Sr, Allen Jr, Thomas Spencer, son of Allen Jr., James P., son of
Thomas, and Mastin, formerly of Tazewell Co. Dudley moved to Ind also and
married Sara " Sally "
Criss in Decatur county.

[NI17986] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI17987] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI17988] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI17989] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI17990] Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

[NI18020] Note Says 5 OR 6 Children

Bonds OF Union/Vol I/Inman

said to be 5 child(ren), name(s) unknown

[NI18026] !Stevens Miller Ancestry by W.L. Hollman V.II, (152) pp143-144

American Genealogist (Oct 1990) P240-245 "Strutt-Biggs Relationships"
by Harold F. Porter

Can this be correct/:
FROST, Mary-629Mother (RIN=621) was 46 when born
FROST, John-630Mother (RIN=621) was 48 when born
FROST, THOMAS-631Mother (RIN=621) was 54 when born
FROST, THOMAS-632Mother (RIN=621) was 55 when born

[NI18037] Probably Son OF Hezekiah

[NI18038] Probably Son OF Hezekiah
Probably son of Hezekiah

[NI18065] listed as descandant of Harriet Setzer and William Allen Buchanan

[NI18078] seeking informaton on the parents of my gg-grandmother Mary A. STAMPER.
b.Ky. Apr 7,1827 d.Davies Co., Mo.Sep 23,1902 She married George M. UTZ
in Boone Co., Ky. Dec 20 1849. George was a native of Boone Co. but I
found George and Mary in the 1850 Greenup Co., Ky. ceusus. They lived in
Greenup Co. Ky for four years befor moving to Davies Co. Mo. Dempsey
Hamner, 9 Crown Pt. Ct. Lake Ozark, Mo 65409

[NI18084] Kentucky cert.#30082, vol 076

[NI18102] Taulbee records 9 children

[NI18130] Samuel McNeelys, 215 acres on the Guyandotte River was only one mile
upstream from his brother Robert's land. By 1829 Samuel had sold or given
the land to James Pine Christian, son of Thomas. It was not long before
Samuel was aquiring property in Shelby Co, Ind. His decision to move
there may have kindled the desire of family members to do likewise.
Certainly the wifes parents accompied Samuel and Maragret McNeely to
their new home in Liberty Township before 1830.

[NI18131] The portion of Cabell Co, VA. referred to here, became Logan County in
1824.
The 25 acre parcel owned by Robert McNeely's on Rum Creek of the Guyan
was still home to the couple, who had one male under ten in their 1820
household. By 1829, the property ceased to appear under Robert's name on
the tax rolls. It was about then they moved to Indiana.

[NI18158] Got a lot of the information from Chris on the Setzer Family's

[NI18180] According to 1920 census: - Identified as "Edna" - Lived on Georgia Road
with grandparents and parents; According to 1910 census: - Identified as
"Ira E." - Age 11/12, meaning 11 months old as of time of census

[NI18181] According to 1920 NC census: - Rented home - Could read and write - Lived
on Georgia Road, parents were probably neighbors; According to 1910 NC
census: - Married 2 years - Living with parents with spouse (Eva A.
Higdon, age 36) and 11 month old daughter (Ira Edna Holbrook); According
to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 30, single living with parents - Listed
as farmer - Can read and write

[NI18182] According to 1920 NC census: - Could read and write - Lived on Georgia
Road; According to 1910 NC census: - Married 2 years - Mother of 1 child
as of 1910; According to 1900 Macon Co, NC census: - Age 26, single,
living with parents - Born Sep 1873 - Listed as teacher - Unemployed for
9 months - Can read and write

[NI18183] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to
1920 NC census: - Owned home free of mortgage - Could read and write -
Lived on Georgia Road; According to 1910 NC census:- Married 43 yrs;
According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 51, born ? 1848, married to
Sarah A. for 33 yrs - Listed as farmer - Can read and write - Owned home
free of mortgage; According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Age
2, living with parents - Born in Macon Co

[NI18184] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to
1920 census: - Could read and write - Lived on Georgia Road; According to
1910 census: - Married 43 years - Mother of 10 children, 9 still living
as of 1910; According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 53, born ? 1847,
married to Larkin Holbrook for 33 yrs - Had 10 children, 9 living - Can
read and write; According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 38 - Age 2,
living with mother Huldah (no father listed) - Born in GA?? Married 23
Dec.1866 by Young Ammon,MG

[NI18208] According to SSDI: - Identified as "Alex"; According to 1920 NC census:
- Identified as "William A."

[NI18209] According to Martha Ann Roten Schultheis: - Never married and no
children; - According to 1920 Macon Co, NC Census: - Identified as "John
L."

[NI18210] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 3?, born Nov 1866, married to
John Jolly for 14 yrs - Had 8 children, 7 living - Can read and write

[NI18211] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 35, born Jul 1865, married to
Ruah for 14 yrs - Listed as farmer - Father born in TN, mother in TX -
Can read and write - Owned farm free of mortgage
Father born in Tenn. Mother in Texas

[NI18218] According to 1920 NC census: - Identified as "Elizabeth" - Single - Could
read and write - Living with parents - Living on Georgia Road; According
to 1910 NC census: - Identified as "Sarah E." - Lliving with parents;
According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Identified as "Lizzie" - Age 28,
single living with parents - Can read and write

[NI18219] According to 1920 NC census: - Identified as "Ida" - Single - Could read
and write - Living with parents - Lived on Georgia Road; According to
1910 NC census: - Identified as "Ida M." - Lliving with parents;
According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Identified as "Ida N." - Age 23,
single living with parents - Can read and write

[NI18220] According to 1920 NC Census: - Identified as "Belle " - Single - Could
read and write - Living with parents - Lived on Georgia Road; According
to 1910 NC census: - Identified as "Louisa B." - Lliving with parents;
According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Identified as "Lou B." - Age 17,
single living with parents - Can read and write

[NI18222] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Not listed. Presumed deceased
before 1900.

[NI18227] According to Martha Ann Roten Schultheis - Died at birth. Lived for
about 24 hours. Born at home in Otto Twp, Macon Co, NC

[NI18231] Ruah's, husband,Miles, brother, married her sister Polly. Both families
migrated to Gilmer GA. with the opening of the Cherokee lands. Some times
in 1856,Miles migrated to Miller Co. MO.

[NI18236] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 62, born Nov 1837, married
to lizabeth for 29 yrs - Listed as farmer - Can read and write - Owned
farm free of mortgage; According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247
- Identified as "W. A." - Age 13, living with parents - Born in Macon Co
- Attended school in census year.

[NI18237] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to
1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Age 11, living with parents - Born
in Macon Co - Attended school in census year

[NI18238] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997); Name from personal
records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to 1900 Macon Co, NC
cenus: - Age 59, born in Aug 1841, married to Andrew J. Moore for 38 yrs
- Had 8 children, 7 living
- Can read and write; According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 -
Age 9, living with parents - Born in Macon Co - Attended school in census
year

[NI18239] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to
WPA, Pre-1914 Cemetery Inscription: - Served in Civil War; According to
1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Age 7, living with parents - Born
in Macon Co - Attended school in census year; Died in Civil War.

[NI18240] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997); According to
1850 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 247 - Not listed with parents. Where is
he???

[NI18241] Buried Ellijay Baptist Church

[NI18242] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997)

[NI18243] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997)

[NI18244] According to 1860 Macon Co, NC census: - HH # 226 - Age 15, living with
parents - Born in Macon Co

[NI18245] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997)

[NI18247] Buried Ellijay Baptist Church

[NI18248] Name from personal records of Buck Lyons (dtd Feb 1997)

[NI18252] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 54, born in Feb 1846, married to Alex Holbrook for 29 yrs
- Had 7 children, 6 living
- Can read and write

According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:
- HH # 523
- Age 6, living with parents
- Born in Macon Co

[NI18253] Elizabeth not proven to be daughter of John and Rebecca (Hash) Stamper.

[NI18296] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997) Name from The
Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary Beddingfield, page
284. According to 1850 Cherokee Co, NC census: - HH # 657 - Age 57,
married to Christopher Setzer - Can read and write - Born in NC

[NI18297] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus: - Age 68, born Sep 1831, married to
Sarah J. for 42 yrs - Listed as farmer - 10 mos not employed - Owned farm
free of mortgage - Can read and write
According to 1850 Cherokee Co, NC census: - HH # 657 - Age 19, living
with parents - Listed as farmer - Attended school in census year - Born
in NC
Middle name, birth place, death date & place, marr date and children
provided by Chris Schultheis 2 Oct 1997.Middle name, birth place, death
date & place, marr date and children provided by Chris Schultheis 2 Oct
1997.

[NI18300] Buried Old Cartoogechaye Baptist Church Cemetery

[NI18310] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 72, born in Nov 1827, married to Mary C. for 38 yrs
- Born in GA ???
- Listed as farmer
- Can read and write
- Owned farm free of mortgage

According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:
- HH # 166
- Age 22, living with parents
- Born in Macon Co ???
- Can read and write

[NI18312] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

According to personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997):
- Identified as "Orpha Jane"
According to personal files of Eddie Smith (dtd) Mar 1997,Identified as
Orpha Jane

[NI18313] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18314] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

According to personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997):
- Born 5 Oct 1878

[NI18316] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 17, born Jul 1883, single living with parents
- Can read and write
- Attended school for 4 mos

[NI18317] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

According to personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997):
- Identified as "Larkin"

According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 14, born in Jan 1886, single living with parents
- Can read cannot write
- Attended school for 3 mos

[NI18318] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974
Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18319] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974
Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18320] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18321] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

According to personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997):
- Identified as "Wade Berry"
According to personal files of Eddie Smith Identified as" Wade Berry "

[NI18322] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18323] Name from personal records of Eddie Smith (dtd Mar 1997)

[NI18328] MICHAEL SETZER came to Philadelphia with his brother Jacob on the ship
BROTHERS,landing September 26,1753.It was related by John Henry II and
Robert Setzer that Michael went west upon arrival. However,it appears
that he remained in Philly and there is record that he was the father of
a son, John.

[NI18333] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 31, born in Dec 1868, single living with parents
- Listed as teacher in school
- 8 mos unemployed
- Can read and write

[NI18334] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 29, born Sep 1870, single and living with parents
- Can read and write

[NI18335] According to SSDI:
- Identified as "Alex"

According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 27, born in Jul 1872, widowed and living with parents
- Listed as farm laborer
- Can read and write

[NI18337] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Identified as "Charlie M."
- Age 22, born Feb 1878, single and living with parents
- Listed as farm laborer
- Can read and write

[NI18338] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 20, born May 1880, single and living with parents
- Listed as farm laborer
- Can read and write

[NI18340] According to WPA Pre-1914 Cemetery Inscription Survey:
- Identified as "D. R. Jane"
According to Wpa Pre 1914 Cemetery Survey:Identified as "D.R.Jane".

[NI18341] According to SSDI:

- Identified as "Jane"
Idenified as Jane

[NI18345] History of Caldwell Co,NC
The 1820 census of Burke Co. shows two male children under ten and three
girls children under ten. The family moved to Hawkins Co. Tenn around 1830

[NI18346] History of Caldwell Co,NCNever Married

[NI18347] from Wil Vaught; He was a W. W. II Veteran. He was a well known Taxi Cab
Driver in Aberdeen (MD) and was a member of the Aberdeen Taxicab
Association.

[NI18348] Age 54 IN 1850 Census, History of Caldwell Co,NC; Married 8-10-1815 .
Moved to Hawkins Co Tenn. along with Lawrence around 1830. Moved to Lee
Co. VA. about 1838.Had Three children ,Unknown born 1824,1826 and1828.

[NI18350] Heirs mentioned in land distribution papers.

[NI18353] Juda was born 1805-1820 in Va, died between march 1840 and Dec 1845. May
have been the woman who married Peter Christian in Perry Co, Ky 23 Nov
1834. Grooms name only was given on marriage papers. Her heirs were
mentioned in land distribution papers.

[NI18354] Age 51 IN 1850 Census; Died Either Harlan CO KY OR Lee CO VA

[NI18355] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 286.

[NI18356] They were in Letcher Co, KY in 1850

[NI18359] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 286.

Susan Bryant was the daughter of John Bryant who moved his family from
what is now Carter Co. Tenn. to Wilkes Co. NC. The Bryants originally
came from NC(Rowan Co.)Susan was living in the household of John and
Margaret as a helper by consent of her father when the separation
occurred.

[NI18367] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 4, born Dec 1895, single living with father in the home of Andrew
and Mary Moore

[NI18396] Name from WFT Vol 2, Pedigree # 1285

[NI18402] According to SSDI: - Identified as "Ulrick"

[NI18415] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 13, born Feb 1887, single living with parents
- Listed as farm laborer
- Attended school for 3 mos
- Can read and write

[NI18416] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 10, born Aug 1889, single living with parents
- Listed as farm laborer
- Attended school for 3 mos
- Can read, cannot write

[NI18417] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 9, born Feb 1891, single living with parents

[NI18418] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 8, born May 1892, living with parents

[NI18419] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:
- Age 6, born Jan 1894, living with parents

[NI18420] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 4, born May 1896, living with parents

[NI18421] According to 1900 Macon Co, NC cenus:

- Age 1, born Jul 1898, living with parents

[NI18436] The Matthew Maddy family lived in Monroe County, West Va, at the time of
the 1810 Federal Census. Married by the Rev. John Alderson.

[NI18438] They probably had more than six children living with them at the taking
of the 1850 US Census for Letcher county, Kentucky.

[NI18477] Polly S. Polly Ann Carroll ?

[NI18601] Buried Buck Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.

[NI18604] According to SSDI:

- Identified as "Frank"

[NI18606] Buried Buck Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

[NI18608] History of Caldwell Co,NC
Margaret could have been called Jane.

[NI18622] This compilation has been the effort of several individuals, exchanging
information and gedcom files and data, both on the internet and through
regular postal service. While I am posting this report and attempting
to keep up a database, it appears that Chris and Sheri Schultheis
have a great deal more data than the compilerr
than this report. This report should not be taken as the final
authority. It is only a beginning and undoubtedly contains errors and
ommission and even duplicates. That is why we publish it. We want input
to make it more accurate and more complete.

[NI18643] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 3, living with parents
- Born in Macon Co

[NI18644] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 2, living with parents
- Born in Macon Co

[NI18645] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 8/12th, living with parents
- Born in Macon Co

[NI18646] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 10, living with father and step mother
- Attended school in census year
- Born in Macon Co
1850 Census Report, Macon Co. HH# 201

[NI18647] According to 1850 Macon Co, NC census:

- HH # 201
- Age 8, living with father and step mother
- Attended school in census year
- Born in Macon Co

[NI18648] According to email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997); - Died in Civil War

[NI18649] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)' Name from personal
records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18652] Name via email from Martha Roten Schultheis (dtd 18 Mar 1997)

According to email from Martha Roten Schultheis (dtd 18 Mar 1997)

- Married first cousin Susan Belle Oliver
- No natural children, 2 adopted

[NI18653] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18654] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997); Name from personal
records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18655] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18656] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18657] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18658] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18659] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18660] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997); Name from personal
records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18661] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18662] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18663] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18664] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18665] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18666] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18667] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18668] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18669] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18670] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18671] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18672] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18673] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18674] Name via email from Marty Grant (dtd 16 Mar 1997)
Name from personal records of Steve Peters (dtd Dec 1996)

[NI18675] Buried At Old Cartoogechaye Baptist Church Cemetery

[NI18677] Fought At Battle of Kings Mountain

[NI18685] Dates & places of marriage 1 & 2 obtained from County marriage records

Place and date of marriages one and two from County marriage records
Nickname: {Sawmill Jake}
All seven sons of Jacob were in the Civil War.

[NI18686] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997) Name from The
Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary Beddingfield, page
283. According to email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997): -
Identified as Mary Maria Whitener
Daughter of Daniel Whitener and Mary Wilfong( spelling was Weidner on
Whitener)

[NI18687] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18688] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18690] Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18691] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18694] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18695] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.
Buried at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.

[NI18696] Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18697] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI18705] Name via email from Martha Schultheis (dtd 22 Apr 97)

[NI18709] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18710] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18711] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18712] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18713] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18714] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18715] Name from WFT Volume 7, Pedigree # 0974

[NI18716] According to 1850 Cherokee Co, NC census:
- HH # 657
- Age 19, living with parents
- Listed as farmer
- Attended school in census year
- Born in NC

[NI18718] Buried at Buck Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.

[NI18838] Jack is a 1989 graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne College. He received a master
of music degree in 1991. He is currently working toward a doctorate of
musical arts in organ performance.

[NI18890] Carl was the owner and operator of Lane Sheet Metal Co., Morganton,
North Carolina. He was a member of the North Carolina Football
Officials Association, and was an official in the Northwestern 4-A
Conference. He was active in the Catawba Valley Bowling Association.

[NI18897] Ethel was legally adopted by John's brother James Lee Whisenant.

[NI18902] Indicted in 1994 on two counts of forgery and uttering.

[NI18914] Bobby Frank Jones, 16017"He received his A.B. degree from
Wake Forest College and completed his M.A. and Ph.D. at University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He began his career at Tennessee
Technological University in 1964. He was nominated for numerous
teaching awards and was the recipient of a Distinguished Faculty Award
in 1971. During the same year, he was named chairperson of the
Department of History. Through the years Dr. Jones influenced the
lives of hundreds of students who passed through his classes with his
love of History and his love of Tennessee Tech.

[NI18920] Johnsie Annie Lou Keller"In 1943, Johnsie graduated from the Grace
Hospital School of Nursing in Morganton, North Carolina.

[NI18984] Joseph served in the U.S. Army during the Koren War.

[NI19062] Leonard served in the Confederate army during the War Between the States.
He was in Col. A. C. Avery's 17th Battalion, Company B. After the war,
his profession was blacksmith and "dentist." He pulled teeth in his
blacksmith shop. He died of a heart attack and kidney failure. His will
is as follows: Will Recorded in Burke Co., NC, book 4, page 471 to 472.
In The Name of God, Amen. I Leonard Whisenant, being of sound and
desposing mind and memory but realizing the uncertainty of this my
earthly existence do make publish and declare this to be my last will and
testament, that is to say.
1. It is my desire that my body shall have a decent burial and the
funeral expenses shall be paid by my executer herein after named from the
first monnies coming into his hand from my estate. 2. I give and devise
to my son W E Whisenant and his wife all my property both real and
personal of which I may die seized to be held by him in trust for the
support of my beloved wife Eveline Whisenant, and at her death to be his
sole and separate property in fee simple.
3. I give and devise to my daughter M E Mull, wife of J A Mull; M G
Whisenant wife of Elick Whisenant; J L Saulman wife of C M Saulman; N A
Pucket wife of W R Pucket; L E Whisenant wife of S W Whisenant; S F
Whisenant wife of R A Whisenant; and E E Page wife A A Page. each twenty
five dollars, to be paid them upon my death in money by the said W E
Whisenant, and this devise shall be and constitute a lien on the property
above devised said W E Whisenant until paid 3. I hereby appoint and
constitute R E Roper the executer of this my last will and testament to
all intents and purposes according to the true intent and meaning of the
same and every part and clause there of hereby revoking and declaring
utterly void all other wills and testaments by me made heretofore.
In witness where of the said Leonard Whisenant, do hereunto set his hand
and affix his seal this the 15th day of March 1915. his Leonard x
Whisenant (seal) mark. Signed sealed published and declared by the said
Leonard Whisenant to be his last will and testament in the presence of us
who at his request and in his presence, and in the presence of each
other, do subscribe our names as witnesses thereto. Jackson Miller L C Fox
His obituary: DEATH OF AN OLD CONFEDERATE VETERAN for The News-Herald:
Mr. Leonard Whisnant, one of Burke's oldest citizens and an old
Confederate veteran, passed away at the home of his son, Mr. W. E.
Whisnant, in West Morganton on Friday, July 10th, at the ripe old age of
eighty years, four months and one day. He was born and reared in Burke
country; was married to Miss. Eveline Setzer, of Caldwell, who preceded
him to the grave more than seven years ago. Besides a number of
grandchildren and great grandchildren, he is survived by seven children.
They are Mesdames R. A. Wilson and Alex Whisenant, W. R. Puckett, C. M.
Saulmon and Mr. W. E. Whisannt, all of and near Morganton, and Mrs. A. A.
Page, of Ellijay. GA. Another daughter, Mrs. J. A. Mull, died about
eighteen months ago. "Uncle Leonard," as he was known to his friends, was
an honest, hard working, Christian gentleman. He had been a member of
Zion Baptist church for a number of years. By his own request funeral and
burial services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. J. M. Harris, and
interment made in Zion church yard. This will has been transcribed
literally from a copy of the original will. The will and obituary have
been furnished by Ms. Nancy C. Puckett, of Morganton, North Carolina.

[NI19063] Charles J. Stevenson, 2380"He received his B.A. from
Davidson College and M.A. in business administration from the
University of Georgia.

[NI19071] He graduated from the Cincinnati School of Mortuary Science in 1970. He
is currently the president and director of funeral services at
Goodin-Drum Funeral Home, Maiden, NC. The Goodin- Drum Funeral Home was
established in 1925, and has been owened and operated by the Whisenant
family since 1949.

[NI19087] William had been the owner of Whisnant Electric Co., in Morganton, NC.
He had been in retirement prior to his death.

[NI19090] Martha was a midwife and herb or "root" doctor for the community. She
delivered over 200 babies in the Oak Hill community. She died after a
long illness with stomach cancer.

[NI19109] pneumonia

[NI19110] heart attack

[NI19118] kidney failure

[NI19128] Bob Hagar, 24890"Bob graduated form State College (now
North Carolina State University) with a degree in Mechanical
Engineering. He currently works for the Department of the Navy in
Washington, D. C.

[NI19129] Dean Hagar, 24891"Dean studied for four years at North
Carolina State University, with his major in Agricultural Engineering.
He currently works as an appraiser and branch manager for the Farm
Credit Bureau.

[NI19130] Mary Lynn Hagar, 24892"Mary is a graduate of Wake Forest
University with a Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude in Music. She is
currently a music teacher in the Gaston County Schools.

[NI19135] Stroke

[NI19228] He worked as a foreman for the Morganton Furniture Company, and
retired in 1971 after 47 years of service.

[NI19234] Joseph won the Associate of the Year award in 1984. The award was
presented to Joseph by the Western Piedmont Home Builders Association,
for his outstanding service to the organization throughout the year.

[NI19279] Ethel Hennie Puckett, 3830"In 1971, Ethel retired from the
Burke County public school system after 31 years. She had been a cook
at the Salem School cafeteria.

[NI19282] Albert L. Puckett, 3833"Albert was a six year veteran of
the Morganton Police Department. He retired from Drexel Heritage
Furnishings Inc., after 25 years as a security guard. He was also a
former member of the Burke County Rescue Squad.

[NI19284] John was a Private in the 651st. Engr. Topo Bn., World War II.

[NI19298] Buried at Littlejohn Methodist Church, Lenoir, Caldwell Co. NC.
Enlisted in Civil War on 3-20-1862. Presented or accounted for until
he died in hospital in Kinston on May 20 1862 of disease

[NI19305] Mary Blayne Mull, 5322"Mary graduated from Meredith
College with a Bachelor of Science degree. She taught in the Morganton
City Schools for nine years. She taught at Stanley Jr. High for
twenty-four years.

[NI19319] William Robert Puckett"He died from a heart attack.
Author's note: The Burke County, North Carolina, library Cemetery Card
File has his date of birth listed as 11 Mar 1871.

[NI19320] Ben served in World War II, and was sent overseas in May 1943. He served
in France, Belgium, and Germany with the 254th Army Engineers, and was a
member of the invasion forces at Normandy. He was elected president of
the Mimosa Fishing & Boating Club in 1966. He is a life member of the
Burke County Rescue Squad. In 1977, he received the Burke County Rescue
Squad Man of the Year award.

[NI19330] His obituary:

William Ernest Whisenant, 79, of Route 2, Morganton died Sunday at
6 a.m. at Grace Hospital following sereral years of declining health.
Born in Burke County on Nov 7, 1899, he was the son of the late Wilson
and Laura Whisenant Whisenant. Surviving are his wife, Mary Sue Cope
Whisenant; seven sons, Garmon Whisenant, Bona Whisenant, James
Whisenant, Herman Richard Whisenant, David Whisenant, Harold
Whisenant, and Winfreed Whisenant, all of Morganton; six daughters,
Mrs. Gladeys Allman, Mrs. Lucile Allman, Mrs. Gertrud Clontz, Mrs.
Elizabeth Huffman, Mrs. Sadie Whisenant, and Mrs. Francis Stamey, all
of Morganton; four brothers, Harrison Whisenant, Albert Whisenant,
Wilson Whisenant, and Lemuel Whisenant, all of Morganton; three
sisters, Mrs. Lillie Whisenant, Mrs. Bessie Smith, Mrs. Evelyn
Shuffler, all of Morganton; 31 grandchildren; 15 great-grand-children;
and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held Tuesday
at 2 p.m. at El Bethel Baptist Church....

A poem written in memory of William Ernest Whisenant, by his
grand-daughter Kathy Huffman Sullivan:

Six o'clock this morning Pa passed away
We didn't pick the hour; we didn't pick the day.
God has called him to Heaven above
To watch and to care for; to protect and to love.

We were all being selfish; didn't want him to go.
His pain is all over, and he suffered so.
God took him away when his work was all done
But we should rejoice at the victory Pa won.

He was a gentle kind person; so faithful, so true
A wonderful example for me and for you.
He left a large family to carry his name
We'll all do it proudly; no disgrace or shame.

God left him here for almost eighty years
But it seems such a short time for someone so dear.
We'll all remember proudly the things he did say
As we live by his teachings day after day.

His influence will be with us as we travel life's road
And we'll all do our best to carry our load.
We'll see him one day over on the other side,
But we'll remember him with love, with respect,
and with pride.

Kathy Huffman Sullivan
November 4, 1979

[NI19334] Henry retired from Duke Power Company after 45 years of service.

heart attack

[NI19339] A poem written by Jo Ann Padgett, as a tribute to her father who had
just passed away a few hours earlier.

Dear Sweet Daddy, I Love You

Sixty-five years he blessed this earth,
All the gold in the world could not be worth...
My dear sweet Daddy.
He was always the same, so full of life;
Never showing or telling of his trouble and strife.
He had a smile for everyone;
I never saw a man that he would shun.
Wherever he was, there was laughter and joy;
Part of him seemed to still be a little boy;
For he loved everyone---young and old.
The people he has helped...half has never been told.
He loved the same wife for forty-seven years;
Together they had a lot of joys, sorrows, and tears.
But he was always a go-getter, never giving up.
And the happiness he spread---well, it would just
fill and overflow your cup.
He had a closeness with his sisters and brothers.
A love....of caring for each other.
He was such a good daddy. How can I say?
For all of us, his children loved him in every way.
We never told him as often as we should,
That he was the best daddy, so kind and so good.
And to each grandchild whose heart is breaking,
For this dear "Paw", the Lord has taken.
I must say to all, we will miss him so.
But we know that the Lord said it was time for him
to go.
He fought a good battle...up to the end.
He lost the battle, but he won the victory, my friend.
For he's in rapture with Jesus there,
And I'm sure the angels are gathered around him to share
The wonderful man who always seemed to care.
So Daddy, dear Daddy, once more let me say,
Be happy with Jesus...we'll meet you some day.
Dear Daddy, sweet Daddy... I love you!

All your daughter's love forever,
Jo Ann

[NI19426] Pearl was a Registered Nurse, and an avid Whisnant researcher.

[NI19564] In February 1992, Jo Ann was selected employee of the month for the
Foothills Area Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance
Abuse Services center where she has work part-time since 1985. She was
nominated and chosen by a staff committee and was cited for her caring
and compassionate manner.

[NI19598] William retired in 1974 after 25 years with the Henredon Furniture
Company. He had been ill for two years prior to his death.

[NI19628] He had been superintendent of Columbia Panel Manufacturing Company at
Thomasville, North Carolina, and a charter member of the local Moose
lodge in Morganton.

heart attack

[NI19635] Horace M. Saulman"Horace died of a stroke after an illness
of two years. For many years he was engaged in textile work for Alpine
Cotton Mill. His ill health forced him to retire.

[NI19675] Lee was an electrician with Drexel Knitting Mills for 10 years and was
a former employee of Drexel-Heritage Furnishings. He retired from
Triple Community Fire Department in 1990, and was a retired member of
Company A, of the North Carolina National Guard, in Morganton and
Hickory.

[NI19679] John was killed by his wife, during an alleged argument. She
reportedly said "I was only going to scare him by shooting close to
him. I couldn't believe I had really shot him." John was killed by a
.22 caliber rifle shot to the head, killing him instantly. His wife
was charged with involuntary manslaughter. After the subsequent trial
and short deliberation, the jury reached a verdict of innocent.

[NI19684] William James Puckett"William served in Scotland, England,
France, Holland, Belgium, and Germany during World War II. He enlisted
in the U.S. Army March 24, 1942, and went overseas on February 8,
1944. Cpl. Puckett suffered injuries while serving with the Second
Armored "Hell on Wheels" Division in the Ninth Army. While Col.
Puckett was serving in Germany. The tank he was riding in was hit,
resulting in his receiving slight injuries.

[NI19691] Danny Walter Puckett"In 1966, Danny graduated from a
course of advanced techniques for criminal investigation at the
Catawba Valley Technical Institute at Hickory, North Carolina. In
1968, he was promoted to sergeant in the Morganton Police Department.

[NI19698] Carl graduated from Catawba College in 1959. He was a lifetime member
of the Forsyth Toastmasters Club, and it's associate area governor. He
was a former member of the Winston-Salem Jaycees, and a veteran of the
U.S. Air Force in the Korean War. He was retired from R.J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co., where he was Sales, Personnel Development Manager with 30
years service.

[NI19735] age 40 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census.
death rec says he was 50 when he died in 1856.
Some descendants of Enoch, particularly Polly (Stamper) Hensley's
descendants, were provided by Beverly L. Houghtling (122
Oct 1997)

[NI19736] age 42 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
From: "James A. Stamper" ; I suspect she wass
the daughter of Peter McIntosh, an early settler in the
Perry/Clay/Breathitt Co, Ky. area. Reason: I think that she and husband
Enoch are the source of the name "Peter" among the Stampers in the Clay
(later Breathitt) Co. area. This is just a guess, but a pretty good one,
I think.

[NI19748] age 22 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI19749] age 17 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
Breathitt Co,KY,marriage recs

[NI19752] age 9 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI19753] age 6 months in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI19754] age 7 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI19755] age 3 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census

[NI19756] Pearl and Lydia had 10 children. Of the 10, 2 died shortly after birth,
Wilson was killed by a drunk driver in MI in 1973. Willie died a few
years ago in an accident on his farm in Covington, KY. Amanda died a few
years ago of lung cancer in Aurora, IN. There are 2 sons and 3 daughters
living........one of which is my mother.

[NI19758] American Genealogist (APRIL 1991) Vol.66 #2 p75-77 "English Origin of
John Moore of Sudbury, Ma." by John Plummer

[NI19762] 1830 Roane Co TN census, p. 16. 1850 Bradley Co TN census #841-397.
Obituary of son, Asa Martin Stamper, states that Asa was the 6th child of
9, and that abt 1850 he (Asa) moved with his family to Illinois.

[NI19764] Married Hugh Drury c1660

[NI19776] stated she age 22 at marriage
age 19 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
widow living with sister, Talitha (Stamper) Turner in 1900 Breathitt Co
Census
who is Harlan Stamper b. Jul 1875, living with these sisters in 1900
Breathitt Co?

[NI19791] They lived in Breathitt, Powell, and Wolfe Counties in KY.

[NI19794] age 31 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census. 5 ch contr by Bill L. Wallace may be
dupl (middle) names.

[NI19796] He was killed 1864 CW by rebels, but unless the dates are incorrect,
there were supposedly children born up to 1867. Carole Bays records do
not show children; Caroline (might have been mistaken by a census
taker/reader for Carlisle Lamar), Euphemia (1862), or William H. (1867).
Since these children appeared via importing gedcoms, there is no way to
either verify or dispute them without further documentation.

[NI19799] Elizabeth Stamper and some of her descendants were added from the lineage
of: Marge Turner (12 Oct 1997), and Carole Bays..
O'Connor notes: They went to AR where Monroe died. Her father went to
bring her and the children back to KY. On the way back, he died of
smallpox in Lexington, KY.

[NI19849] death dates for Andrew and Mary are from their death certificates,
provided by Norma Adams (13 Oct 1997). Andrew buried at Campton, Wolfe
co, KY.

[NI19851] Oliver Stamper text states they lived at Frenchburg, KY and there were 10
ch. , no names given.

[NI19975] killed in action, WW2

[NI20126] Samuel married Sarah Neace, widow of his brother, James Maggard.

[NI20130] 1900 Wolfe Co, KY census he is age 64,living with son, Boone, and names
him as JAMES T. In the same record for Boone is a John E. Bowling, age
10, listed as brother-in-law.

[NI20137] per Oliver Stamper (1945). They had three children (not named).

[NI20140] Oliver Stamper first states she was unmarried, then later names her
spouse and 5 children.

[NI20171] death cert from Carole Bays; Carter Stamper b. Sept 12, 1868 d. July 20,
1942 of apoplexy. born Letcher Co, KY, te son of George H. Stamper, born
Letcher Co, KY and Anna Robinson born Morgan County, KY. Informant; Mrs.
Farmer Lewis. buried Blaze, KY

[NI20172] Tree Shaker, Vol. XI No. 2 April 1987

[NI20173] This family contributed (June 1992) by: Ron Holbrook;Vancouver,WA
Account Book of John L. Erwin. Although Thomas's tombstone lists his
date of birth as August 18, 1818, the account book of his father, John L.
Erwin, reports his date of birth as March 12, 1821. One record shows him
born in Smith Creek, Carter Co, KY, md December 1, 1844; and the other
shows him born in Russell Co, VA., md. November 12, 1844??

[NI20176] !Bonds Watertown p411

[NI20177] Married Mary Brown c1662 in Sudbury ?

[NI20179] from Susan Lawson, November, 1997: 1880 Owsley County Census: JOHN
STAMPER, s/o William - Age 40, Elizabeth - wife - 36, Lewis - 18, JOEL -
16, Sarah -13, Eara - 12, Mary - 10, Elizabeth - 2, Lucinda - 2 mo.

[NI20181] age 45 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census. census says all ch born in NC
except William, he age 30-40 in 1840 Owen Co,IND census. age 44, a
tailor in 1850 Wayne twp, Owen Co,IND census.
There seems to be some confusion about where Joel Stamper, b. 1804, N.C.
m. Mary/Polly Turner) was buried. He's #167 on the list. I have visited
his grave at the Hanna Cemetery on Sebastian Branch in Breathitt Co.
Also, the census reports I've seen all state his children were born in
Breathitt Co., KY. He died June 23, 1891. Unfortunately, the stone next
to his was very deteriorated so I couldn't get a date for
Mary/Polly...Goldie Miller

[NI20182] age 44 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
she age 20-30 in 1840 Owen Co,IND census

age 32 in 1850 Owen Co,IND census (Wayne twp)

[NI20196] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census. Detailed information on this family
provided my Martha Stamper C.R.G.S. (Mrs. O.D. Glenn Stamper). George
Stamper and family lived on 335 acres on Long's Creek, Breathitt County,
Kentucky. Glenn said that George raised several orphan children and he
also had others out of wedlock. The only one that we are certain of is
Deamie. She was raised by George and his wife Millie. George died 14
October 1958, and is buried in the Stamper Cemetery on Longs Creek in
Breathitt County, across the road from their " homeplace". Millie is
there also. I have their obits, but they don't agree with the headstones
so I use the headstone dates. I figure the family gave the information to
have the headstones made and they would have it right. They are
limestone rock, not what we see now.1900 Breathitt co, KY Census.
Detailed information on this family provided my Martha Stamper C.R.G.S.
(Mrs. O.D. Glenn Stamper). George Stamper and family lived on 335 acres
on Long's Creek, Breathitt County, Kentucky. Glenn said that George
raised several orphan children and he also had others out of wedlock.
The only one that we are certain of is Deamie. She was raised by George
and his wife Millie. George died 14 October 1958, and is buried in the
Stamper Cemetery on Longs Creek in Breathitt County, across the road from
their " homeplace". Millie is there also. I have their obits, but they
don't agree with the headstones so I use the headstone dates. I figure
the family gave the information to have the headstones made and they
would have it right. They are limestone rock, not what we see now.

[NI20260] The O'Connor text states that Clifton md Beallie Deaton & Laura Deaton,
but does not state which is the mother of which children. For the time
being, they will be listed under the first wife, Beallie until someone
can determine otherwise.

[NI20290] O'Connor lists child #6 (f) as Mary Ellen Sebastian, 1893, md Jerry
Logan Deaton, son of John Deaton & Jemima Deaton.
He then lists child # 7 (g) as Mary Sebastian, 1893, md George Deaton.
Until someone can correct this, #6 & 7 will be combined, making George,
brother of Jerry Logan, Mary Ellen's second husband.

[NI20315] The following four children were added by Hattie M. Stamper McNeal;
Beatrice, Harold Watts, Violet Jean, and Zona Belle, said to be still
living in the Curtis, Michigan area.

[NI20456] marr index says Hampton Turner, age 23 (b. 1831) s/o Wiley.

[NI20458] According to her death certificate of daughter, Matilda Turner Stamper,
she was b 5 Jun 1837 and d 5 Jun 1922 Cob Hill, Estill Co KY. Her parents
were listed as David Turner b NC and Sarah Stamper b NC. The informant
was her oldest son Richard. The Descendants of Joel Stamper Chart had her
maiden name as Jackson. This leaves the question of Sarah's maiden
name-which is correst Jackson or Stamper? And if the death certificate is
correct where does Sarah Stamper fit in the family... Phyllis Brown.

[NI20555] 1920 Wolfe Co, KY Census, transcribed by Carole Bays >
173 STAMPER Greenberry 5l HH, Nannie 35 wife,
MILLER, Jewell l4 s/dau, Cecil 12 s/son , Opal 9 s/dau

[NI20577] HE Age 24 AT Marriage

[NI20581] age 9 in 1850 Breathitt Co,KY Census
1900 Breathitt co, KY Census, includes 5 Turner step ch of Nancy & John
Turner), but not named in text.
notes of Golden Ferguson; John Wesley Stamper b Sept 1, 1840; d April
29, 1919 m. Agnes (Aggy) Turner b 1841; then m Nancy Bowling b May 14,
1854; d April 10, 1940 One source called him John Wesley. He was better
known as Wesley Stamper. That was how he is listed on his Government
military records. He was a veteran of the Civil War. He fought on the
Union side. He was enrolled in the service on Dec 12, 1862. He began
active duty on Feb 14, 1863 and served one year till March 24, 1864. He
was a private in the Fourteenth Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry, Company K.
He began service in Irvine, KY and finished his duty at Camp Nelson, KY.
From the Adjutant General's Report we got the following information about
his company. His Company started with 103 men. Of that number, 1 was
killed, 16 transferred, 8 died and 5 deserted. We are all of course
happy that Wesley was among the living or none of us would be here. The
following is a direct quote from the report.
The 14th Kentucky Cavalry was organized in the fall of 1862, under
Colonel H C Lilly. Companies A, B, C and D were mustered in on the 6th
day of November, 1862, at Mount Sterling, Kentucky, by Captain S E
Noell. Companies E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L and M were mustered in at
Irvine, Kentucky on the 13th of February 1863.
This organization acted in the capacity of scouts, and operated by
battalions. Being raised in the mountain counties of Kentucky, its duty
was to prevent those frequent raids by guerrillas which annoyed and often
proved disastrous to the loyal residents of the section of the State.
For efficiency, bravery and discipline, this regiment received the
highest praise from the Department Commander. It was engaged in many
skirmishes with guerellas, in which loss was sustained. It is a matter
of regret that the officers of this command neglected to furnish a
historic record of the operations, &c; of the regiment.

Children by Agnes Turner:
1 William Stamper b July 18, 1866, Breathitt County, Ky d June 17,
1941 m. Jennie Belle Spicer b Jan 4, 1864 d Feb 4, 1944. She fell and
broke her hip and died shortly thereafter.
2 Elizabeth Stamper b 1869 d young
3 Mary Polly Stamper b 1873 d ? m James Mayes b 1872
4 Jonathan Stamper b 1874 d ? m Martha Rice
5 Nancy Stamper b 1879 d ? m Berd McIntosh
6 Lewis Stamper b Feb 12, 1879 d Nov 24, 1967 Lewis was blind

Children by Nancy Bowling
7 Chaney Stamper b July 14, 1891 d Sept 28, 1923 m Berry Turner b Feb
10, 1888 d Jan 12, 1956 Chaney and Berry had 2 sons; Wesley b Aug
11, 1912 d Oct 10, 1987 m Bertha Turner b Oct 2, 1916 d July 17, 1958;
and Melvin b June 30, 1910 d Sept 12, 1967
8 Zilpha Stamper b ? d young
9 Elijah Stamper b Nov 15, 1894 d Sept 30, 1982 m Amanda Amis b Feb
18, 1904 d Nov 25, 1946 Amanda was the dau of Ed and Julie (Sebastian)
Amis. Julie was a sister to Alex Sebastian.

death cert. from Carole Bays; Wesley Stamper b. Sept 1, 1840 d. April 29
1919 Breathitt County, son of Jonathan Stamper born NC and Nancy Turner
b. KY. Cause of eath chronic intenstinal nephitis.

from Janet Zappia; In a letter, dated 2 years ago, my cousin, Delores
Stamper, daughter of Burnum Stamper (s/o Jonathan Stamper/Martha Rice,
grandson of John Wesley Stamper) wrote me about his death.
From the funeral card. b 12/10/1910 (Owsley Co. Booneville, KY)d
12/5/1996 (Harrison, Ohio). Interment: Arlington Memorial Gardens. (
) added by me. She enclosed a page: From the memory of Burnum.

Father: Jonathan Stamper
Mother: Martha Rice
Jonathan's brothers: Elijah and (William) "Bill" Stamper. (He was dying
with cancer and I guess he couldn't remember the rest of his Aunts and
Uncles). Martha's father: RICHARD RICE/CATHERINE BRANDENBURG!

In fact, Elijah was the 1/2 brother of Jonathan. Elijah's mother was
Nancy Bowling, Turner, Stamper. The second marriage for both her and
John Wesley Stamper - He had previously been married to Agnes "Aggie"
Turner, my GGrandmother. Nancy and John raised 4 of her children from
her marriage to Turner.

While in Breathitt Co, KY I met and visited with Elijah's son, Edward
Stamper. He has the original Military Discharge Document of John Wesley
Stamper and promised to have it copied and send it to me.

[NI20599] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI20608] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census. Although Martha Jane Stamper died in
Madison Co., KY, where she lived with her second husband, she is buried
in the Justice Riley cemetery in Breathitt Co. next to her first husband
Alfred Riley. The inscription on her tombstone says "Martha Riley
Hurd". Nancy and Lucy are also buried in the Justice Riley Cemetery.

[NI20637] The marriage record says "Clark" Stamper and Roxey Williams, 1898, book
8, pg 187

[NI20782] Marion Spicer md 1st to Delilah Barnett, then 2nd to her sister, Patsy
Barnett. It is unknown to which mother the children were born, so they
will be listed under the first wife until we can find evidence to refute
this.

[NI20817] Kentucky cert.#01726, vol 004

[NI20857] obit contributed by Carole Bays; Thomas Stamper b. Oct 17, 1852 Estill
Co, d. 12 April 1939 Lee Co, the son of Lewis Stamper and Jennie Mays
Stamper. Informant; Mrs Mollie Stamper of Old Landing, KY. Cause of
death; pernicious anemia.
Conflict in birth date.

[NI20859] obit from Carole Bays; Louis Stamper b. Aut 6, 1863, d. Oct 28, 1942, Lee
Co, KY, the son of Louis Stamper and May Mays. Informant; S. P? Stamper
of Barbourville, KY. He was not seen by a physician. He was a widower.

[NI20966] per Oliver Stamper text, Clay md 1 Ethel Swango, 2nd, Sylvia Medley, 2 ch
by 1st wife, lives at Middletown, OH (1945).

[NI20967] Obit IN Mtn Eagle.
Oliver Stamper text states they had 4 ch.

[NI20968] Obit OF Husb IN Mtn Eagle 1977

[NI20969] Oliver Stamper text says she md 1. Frank Stevenson and had 1 ch., md 2nd
to Herman Parrett.

[NI20971] Oliver Stamper states they had 2 ch.

[NI21000] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI21019] per Janet Zappia; Jonathan died in 1912 from two gunshots in back. He
was ambushed while returning home one night. (Personal conversation with
his uncle, Ed Stamper, s/o Elijah Stamper-1/2 bro of Jonathan)

[NI21020] from Janet Zappia; I just received this from a dear person who responded
to a query I posted. "Richard and Catherine (Brandenburg) Rice has the
following children: Henry born Owsley Co. 1860, William E. Rice born
Owsley Co. 1863: Harvey Rice born Owsley Co. about 1869 and Nancy B. Rice
born Owsley Co. 1872...."
On a 1910 Owsley census I found my grandparents and most of the Stamper
children that I sent you earlier. (children of Jonathan and Martha Rice
Stamper) In the next house on the census was Richard and Catherine Rice
in their 70's - 3 living children.
I learned later (I still haven't put together all the info I brought back
from KY.) that the parents of Martha Rice was Henry Rice/Martha Caudill.
This shows Richard and Catherine having a son Henry. I verified with my
Aunt, Pearl Elizabeth (Short) Stamper that Martha (Rice) Stamper did
indeed marry David Mason after Jonathan died. (I called Aunt Pearl
yesterday) When I saw this, I recognized the names: Dave Mason & Carter
Wilder but couldn't remember the connection. She also told me that Nancy
(Stamper) Wilder lived long enough to have two sons.

[NI21036] 1/2 sister to Enoch Watts

[NI21039] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI21090] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census

[NI21221] 1900 Breathitt co, KY Census, 4 ch, not named in text document. There is
some doubt that this is the correct Nancy, wife of Squire Allen.

[NI21324] per Linda Asbury; I believe the name of Sebatin to be an error. On 1900
census Carter co, KY, this name looks to be writen over by the name
lester. Although some of the family remembers Lester having a twin, it
was supposedly a girl. No one remembers the name Sebatin or any talk of
another child. The DOB and age 7 does reflect William Lester Stamper's.
The only other child, Thomas, was not yet born.

[NI21368] obit from Carole Bays; Julia Stamper b. July 25 1835 Wolfe Co, KY d. June
14 1917, the dau of James Taulbee and Elizaeth Hays. Informatn: Thomas M.
Davidson of Jackson, Ky. She was widowed. Count of death not given.

[NI21375] Note; Carole Bays records do not include a son, Thomas.

[NI21400] He was the County Judge of Wolfe & founder of the congleton Lumber Co.

[NI21415] source: Ancestor Chart from Zuda Stamper Rash (25 Oct 1978) showing her
descent from James Harlan, through his son, William Moses Stamper. She
states that James Harlan Stamper's parents were William and Cindy
(Bird/Byrd) Stamper.
-------
Norma Adams provided the following Oct 23, 1997
I think James Harlan Stamper is the son of William Stamper b. abt. 1831
and Rachel Lacy.That would make him the grandson of Hiram Stamper and
Matilda Hogg Stamper. On the 1900 Wolfe Co. Census I found:
James H. Stamper 41
Lydia J. 38
Edith 14
William 13
Bessie 11
Laura 8
------
Oliver Stamper text (1945) adds second wife, Corda Tutt, and 2 more ch;
Harlan & Corda.

[NI21419] Arkillise was Dr. & in the confederate Army. Sarah was a midwife. She
left himand went to WI with some of her sons.

[NI21420] Sarah was a midwife. She left Arkillis & went to WI with some of her
sons.

[NI21481] After marying ? Floyd, she left the locality of home (Connersville,
Indiana)

[NI21490] In the records of Carole Bays, there are 8 children listed as born to
Dudley Shackleford, but not specifically identified by which wife or
concubine. They are placed strictly by logic until documentation can be
provided.

[NI21512] killed by his 1st cousin, Duluth Chambers.

[NI21574] death cert from Carole Bays; Matilda Shackelford, no birth date given,
age 70 years five months, d. July 30, 1933, Wolfe County (Clifty), dau of
Tommy Tutt and Icy Stamper, all born in KY. Informatn; C. T. Lindon,
Gosneyville, KY. burial in Wolfe County. Cause of death; chronic
gastritis, wife of S. S. Shackelford.

[NI21589] Carlise served in the Union Army, Co 8th regt, Vol., Civil. Sarah filed
for a mother's pension after Carlisle died. The govt sent in a tall
spiral stone, which was borken in transit, but still remains in the
Miller-Shackleford cem.

[NI21605] The printout from Carole Bays discontinued on page 41, and the beginning
of the Descendants of William El White and Nancy J. Horton. There will
be an attempt to complete this list in the near future.

[NI21656] Oliver Stamper says they had 2 children, second unnamed.

[NI21660] said to have had 3 children.

[NI21699] Berry & Elsie adopted Martha N. NEAL, age 14 in 1920 Morgan Census.

[NI21713] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Stephen P. Stamper (John, James B. William,
James) lawyer and Judge. b. in 1865 in Wolfe County, Kentucky. M.
Lucinda Cooper in 1881. She was born in 1866, daughter of William Cooper
who served in the Union Army and died about 20 years of age. They lived
in Jackson County, Kentucky, and later settled at Beattyville, Lee
County, Kentucky, where Stephen practiced law and became police judge. He
died January 6, 1936, at the age of 71, and is buried in Riverview
Cemetery, Beattyville. Lucinda died about 1934. Names 3 children.

[NI21716] Henry has not been proven to be the son of John and Nancy Hogg.

[NI21768] per Oliver Stamper (1945) Thomas and Lou Ellen settled in Wolfe co, KY,
names 7 ch.

[NI21780] Bowen David was a farmer on the Stillwater River. After he was elected
Judge
of Wolfe Co., KY, they moved to Compton where they lived until his
death. He
was a republican.

[NI21784] Kentucky cert #19050, vol 39

[NI21795] Oliver Stamper (1945) states he md twice, but does not name second wife.

[NI21799] Oliver Stamper text states she died at age 24, never married.

[NI21800] Oliver Stamper text states he died at 9 months.

[NI21811] text of Oliver Stamper (1945) adds spouse Rosa B. Asbury and 5 ch.

[NI21812] text of Oliver Stamper adds spouse, Nannie Davis and 2 ch.

[NI21815] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Hiram Amburgey ( Elizabeth, John Whit,
William, James ) farmer and merchant. b. January 22, 1853, on Carr's
Fork, in what is now Knott County, Kentucky. M. Leodicy Adams, daughter
of Stephen and Elizabeth
(Francis) Adams. She was born December 25, 1854, and died August 12, 1931.
He died October 10, 1924. Both are buried on point at Old Carr Church in
Knott County, Kentucky.

[NI21818] per Oliver Stamper (1945) They settled near Odessa, TX abt 1890. Even
though he states that she died in Los Angeles, CA, he also says Rebecca
is buried Pyote (Peyote) TX.

[NI21822] buried Old Carr Church.

[NI21893] Kentucky cert.#54956, vol 138

[NI21901] his wife died leaving 2 ch.

[NI21948] from Carole Bays; John L. Cox would be Greenberry's son in law. Dr. John
was the grandfather of my Aunt Nancy Begley Allen, he has a son or
grandson John Cox who is a lawyer in Powell County, KY and a Daughter
Elizabeth Cox who married first Arco Begley in Powell County, Ky and then
Banford White of Powell County, one of her sons is Richard (Dick) White
who is running for some kind of office in Powell County. John Cox the
lawyer I believe also sells real estate in Powell County.

[NI21949] Maxwell and Luna are buried in the Stamper site of Woodside Cemetery in
Middletonwn, OH.

[NI22041] named as surviving in the obit of sister Adra (1931)

named as surviving in obit of sister, Patience (1928)

[NI22046] named as surviving in the obit of sister Adra (1931)

named as surviving in obit of sister, Patience (1928)

Adra's obit says Jim was from Kansas, Patience's obit say Morris OK

[NI22058] This is the line of Barbara Roberts (Oct 1997))

[NI22082] Oliver attended Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard College, and Harvard Law
School. Admitted to the bar and began practice of law at Cleveland, OH in
1924. Author of "Descendants of James Stamper 1750-1826'.

[NI22091] The Oliver Stamper text gives the birthdates of many of the children much
before the marriage date. It is highly probable that the marriage date
is incorrect.
Also, he has Sam b. 16 Dec 1920, and John K. b. 7 Dec 1920. One of these
is obviously incorrect.

[NI22202] The following is a quote from the book "Setzer and Allied Families" by
Lawrence E. Wood; Jacob Setzer II was granted 200 acres of land on
Anthony Mill Creek, later called Hilderbrand Creek. We know his wife was
named Mariah Elizzabeth and we believe she was a Hilderbrand as our
Setzers and the Hilderbrands were related.
14 Sep 1997 Brunetta Lafara Lingg/email:bllingg@columbia-center.org ...
gives wife of Jacob Setzer (Jr.) as Elizabeth Miriah HILLEBRAND.The
following is a quote from the book "Setzer and Allied Families" by
Lawrence E. Wood; Jacob Setzer II was granted 200 acres of land on
Anthony Mill Creek, later called Hilderbrand Creek. We know his wife was
named Mariah Elizzabeth and we believe she was a Hilderbrand as our
Setzers and the Hilderbrands were related.
14 Sep 1997 Brunetta Lafara Lingg/email:bllingg@columbia-center.org ...
gives wife of Jacob Setzer (Jr.) as Elizabeth Miriah HILLEBRAND.

[NI22203] Attention**The surname Setzer/Setser are interchangeable and the
variations are used throughout all the records.
according to Lauren Johannes "Jacob" Setzer (1730-188
Dec 1766) came from Germany on the ship Patience, which landed in 1750.
Others have estimated the date at 1753.
Records of Chris Schultheis, email: schulthe@polarnet.com, 2 oct 19977
report that Jabob Setzer, Sr. was born abt 1730 in Mainz, Germany, died
abt 1767 in Lincoln Co, NC. His records do not include son, Mathias.
According to email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997): - Has death date
abt 1785
According to The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 281: - Mary Magdalene and Jacob Setzer lived in a part
of Anson Co, NC, which became part of Mecklenburg Co, then part of Tryon
Co, then part of Lincoln Co, and in 1842, part of Catawba Co.

SETZER, (SELTSNER, SELSNER, SETSNER, SETSER) FAMILY
Two brothers, Michael and Jacob Setzer arrived in this country in
Philadelphia on September 26, 1753. They had sailed on Captain William
Muir's ship 'BROTHERS' from Rotterdam, Holland. Both were born in 1730,
though it is not known if they were twins.
As related by John Setzer II (Henry) and his brother Robert, Michael
went west and Jacob came south immediately.
Jacob was a physician and brought his medical books with him. He
settled on the farm of Condrad Bovy (Poovy, Poovey) near Newton. He
married Mary Magdalene, the daughter of Conrad Bovy. A deed on file in
Mecklenburg County shows that he was deeded 196 1/2 acres by Conrad Bovy
December 10, 1766.
Jacob Setzer and Magdalene Bovy had three sons,John, Jacob II and
Adam. He died before 1781. After his death, she married Conrad Mingus
and bore other children.
The location of the Setzers was near Newton (Clark's Creek) and
their church affiliation was Lutheran at Old Saints Paul's. Clarks'
Creek is about 3 1/2 miles west of Maiden, North Carolina. A County
History of Sorts. Rowan County was formed from Anson in 1753. It
included all the territory west to the Blue Ridge. The mountain region
was generally accepted to be Indian Terrority. Mecklenburg County
was formed from Anson in 1762. The deed on file in Mecklenbueg County
excuted by Conrad Bovy and transfering 195 1/2 acres to Jacob Setzer was
dated December 10, 1776
Burke County was part of Rowan until June 1, 1777
Lincoln County was formed from Tryon in 1779
Caldwell County was made from Burke and Wilkes in 1841
Catawaba derived from Lincoln in 1842

To trace the beginning of Jacob Setzer's prolific descendants
accuracy depends on this historical information.
The Setzer's lived on Hildebrand Creek, an arm of Clark's Creek in
what was then Lincoln Co. now Catawba Co. The Hildebrand Family book
shows three Hildebrans came to North Carolina from Penn.: Henry to
Lincoln, John to Rutherford and Conrad to Rowan John reportedly sold his
holdings soon after as recorded in a Deed of 1784 after moving to Carroll
Co. Georgia. Conrad Hildebrand I's daughter Mariah is noted to have
married Jacob Mull. Since given names were repeated through generations,
it is possible that Henry or Jacob had a daughter named Mariah Elizabeth
who was married to JACOB II, SETZER. This seems doubly so since Conrad I
had a daughter named Mariah and one named Elizabeth, but not one named
Mariah Elizabeth.

[NI22204] The spelling of Mary's family surname has been found as Bovey, Povey,
Poovey, etc.; According to The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James
and Mary Beddingfield, page 281: - Mary Magdalene and Jacob Setzer lived
in a part of Anson Co, NC, which became part of Mecklenburg Co, then part
of Tryon Co, then part of Lincoln Co, and in 1842, part of Catawba Co.
Daughter of Conrad Povey and Magdalene

[NI22234] 1800 Letcher Co,KY census

[NI22247] Age 2 IN 1880 Wolfe CO KY Census.
text of Oliver Stamper (1945) add spouse, James Reynolds & 5 ch.

[NI22249] text of Oliver Stamper adds 2 spouses & 3 ch. (does not state by which
spouse).

[NI22256] text of Oliver Stamper (1945) is not clear at this point. It goes as
follows: Rettie Stamper (James H., Hiram H., William, James). Have no
dates. M. Pryse Childers, surviving husband or he- sister Emma. He died
and she later married.

[NI22284] Charles is a former circuit judge of Pike County.

[NI22291] Kentucky cert.#62184, vol 125

[NI22292] info from James A. Stamper (12 Oct 1997) states thatt
Angeline's surname was PERKINS, not BARKER, as was previously recorded.
He states their marriage record is on record in Ashe Co, NC.
info from James A. Stamper (12 Oct 1997) states thatt
Angeline's surname was PERKINS, not BARKER, as was previously recorded.
He states their marriage record is on record in Ashe Co, NC.

[NI22306] obit contributed by Carole Bays says; McClellan Stamper b. 10 jun 1861
Wolfe Co, KY, d. 24 jan 1940, son of Green Stamper and Jay Maloney
Stamper. He was a minister and farmer. Cause of death was pneumonia.
Informant; Earl Stamper, Vada, KY

[NI22368] There is a discrepancy here.
Records previously submitted show this James with a death date of 1899,
and married 1830 in Halifax Co, NC to Mary Burgess, and a dau, Lucy born
1845.
New records received from Marge Turner, extracted from Betty Maynard's
book "Stamper Court Records Middlesex Co., VA 1673-1852", show this James
died 1874 and married 14 May 1834 to Sally SUTHERLAND.
If the 2nd record is true, then Lucy is probably not the daughter of Mary
Burgess.There is a discrepancy here.
Records previously submitted show this James with a death date of 1899,
and married 1830 in Halifax Co, NC to Mary Burgess, and a dau, Lucy born
1845.
New records received from Marge Turner, extracted from Betty Maynard's
book "Stamper Court Records Middlesex Co., VA 1673-1852", show this James
died 1874 and married 14 May 1834 to Sally SUTHERLAND.
If the 2nd record is true, then Lucy is probably not the daughter of Mary
Burgess.

[NI22371] KY Vital Statistics

[NI22373] all info from Janice Parks: Hoods Port,WA

[NI22375] moved to Spotsylvania Co ca 1725; to Albermarle before 1761

[NI22382] Ann Toney is 2nd wife, 1st wife's name unknown

[NI22406] age 72 1850 Breathitt Co,KY census. There is a great deal of discussion
regarding the possibility that John "Pewter John" Stamper being the son
of this Richard Stamper and Martha 'Patsy' Carter. Until this can be
proven or disproven, "Pewter John" will be listed as "unplaced".

[NI22408] The descendants of Joel Stamper Jr. and Martha Mary Polly provide by
Marge Turner and Carole Bays.

[NI22409] marr bond 165535, rec 104-01-108

bndsmn; Peter Brown, wit; W.W. Martin

[NI22415] age 35 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census

[NI22418] Moved from GA to IN, and then to IL. He settled in Fields Twp, Jefferson
Co, IL on Oct. 22, 1840 where he lived until death at the age of 91.

He served in the war of 1812 and drew a pension in old age.

In the early 1850s John recieved 80 acres of bounty land in Field
Township, Ill. for service as a private in the Kentucky Militia in the
War of 1812. He moved to Ill. from Connersville, Ind.

He died at the home of his son Joe.

[NI22419] Kentucky Vital Statistics of Lee County give his death date as 18 October
1875.
age 37 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census; age 46 in 1860; said to have lived
near Blood Creek, KY. There is evidence that some of these children need
to be merged ... Help ??

[NI22430] age 10 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 21 in 1860. He was a Cpl in the
8th KY Vol. Inf. Regt., Co., C., mustered in Jan 15, 1862 Lebanan, KY,
deserted Oct 17, 1862, Mt. Vernon, KY.

[NI22433] source: query (1979) from: Tim E. Upp; RR1, Box 94; Pennville, Ind 47369.
after Martha died he disappeared this ch contr. (1979) by Bill L.
Wallace; 13914 Sunnybrook rd; Phoenix, MD 21131. O'Connor's material
states that this Joel married Sarah ??. Annotated 1860 Oswley Co, KY
census gives his age as 17, married Sarah Sorum??.
As related by Mary Frances Colson: I have always tried to dig into the
reason my ancestors moved. This story is undocumented, but was related
by Alice Stamper Culley to her son, who is old, but still living. Alice
was the dau of Joel Stamper, who was son of Larkin and they all go back
to Powell & Mary. Alice was moved by her father, Joel, when she was a
teenager. Apparently the Joel Stamper family, living near Campton, KY
was planning to stay in KY because on 25 Nov 1879 they bought property
there. Something went wrong and the family made a hasty and drastic exit
from KY. The story is that there was a disagreement (thought to be a
long term result of the Civil War) and late one night Joel was "called
out" by two/three men and Joel came out firing and he blew them all
away. Joel, Sally Ann Cochran Stamper, and eight children fled that
night in an open wagon. Alice Stamper remembers the hardship of the
unprepared trip. A trek across the country like that must have been
strenuous, to say the least. But she said they had no time to get
together supplies or even a covered wagon--nothing--just took what they
could and started out. They settled in Lawrence County, MO and it is
unknown if the destination was planned or random. Any way, Alice Stamper
Culley and her family stayed there and died there.

[NI22434] age 3 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 16 in 1860age 3 in 1850 Owsley
Co,KY Census, age 16 in 1860

[NI22436] age 3 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 13 in 1860age 3 in 1850 Owsley
Co,KY Census, age 13 in 1860

[NI22437] age 2 in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 12 in 1860. According to Carole
Bays, there may have been as many as 15 children.

[NI22438] age 2 months in 1850 Owsley Co,KY Census, age 10 in 1860

[NI22443] death cert from Carole Bays; Robert Boyd Stamper, age 46 d. 6 Jul 1933,
Wolfe Conty at Holl, KY, born Powell County, s/o Vie Stamper and ____
Moore. Cause of death; Homicide. Buried Middleton, OH

[NI22455] BK 3 PG 33 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg
Christopher Craft was listed as age 31 on the 1880 Census.
Rosa Stamper Craft was lissted as age 25 on the 1880 Census.
Living in the home of Christopher and Rosa, Martha Stamper daughter of
Isaac and Mary Stamper.
Sources:
Letcher County, Kentucky Census 1880
Stamper Family Files Kentucky Historical Library

[NI22469] "Desc of James Stamper" by Oliver Stamper

[NI22589] reportedly served in Rev.War.; Court Declaration in 1805 stated Joshua
was in Boonesborough in 1780 and resided at Strodes Station from 1780 to
1784 per Oliver Stamper (1945) Joshua settled at Stroud's Station near
Winchester, KY in 1779, where he died in 1825

[NI22633] Hillery Ruth Williams' surname was legally changed to "Stone" in 1995.

[NI22643] While our original record shows Hiram md. to Anna Francis,
Oliver Stamper states: Hiram Stamper (James P., John Whit, William,
James) farmer. b. February I, 1866, on Carr's Fork in what is now Knott
County, Kentucky.
Moved to Texas about 1890. M. Lou Henderson, daughter of Tira Green and
Mary L. Henderson at Odessa, Texas, May 1, 1892. He died July 3, 1934,
and is buried at El Paso, Texas. Oliver names the following children:
Elizabeth b. January 29, 1893. md Windsor, James Murden, Vilsie b.
January 8, 1899. md. Reardon, Verne b. December 6, 1904.

[NI22799] Kentucky cert.#52803, vol 106

[NI22805] Adopted niece of Granville Combs

[NI22856] Jack has been a railroad engineer, Wal Mart manager, and Family Dollar
Store
manager. He is now disabled with a back injury.

[NI22872] Charles is currently Circuit Judge of Pike Co.

[NI22873] Linda is a graduate of Morehead State University.

[NI22874] Christina is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.

[NI22875] He is currently a student at the University of Louisville School of
Medicine.

[NI22880] Hubert is the adopted son of Betty Jane Stamper and Hubert Hobson.

[NI22884] Donna is a graduate of Morehead State University and is a Supervisor in
the
Pike County, KY school system.

[NI22885] Dan III is a graduate of San Diego State University and earned a Masters
Degree from the University of Louisville. He resides in San Diego,
California.

[NI22891] Jason had his name legally changed to Stamper after he finished high
school.

[NI22894] Teresa and family live in Stafford, VA.

[NI22895] Betty and Harvey were married in the presence of Hamia Stamper and William
H. Johnson.

[NI22899] David II is a college student.

[NI22900] Amanda Gayle is a college student.

[NI22918] Brent and Angel reside in Prestonsburg, KY.

[NI22921] Tonya Leigh is a graduate of Pikeville College.

[NI22922] Jerry Daniel and wife live in Lexington, KY.

[NI23005] KY Birth cert #40056, vol 81

[NI23007] KY Birth cert #35910, vol 72

[NI23022] Born dead.

[NI23027] KY Birth cert #45626, vol 92

[NI23044] Virginia is a graduate of Morehead State University.

[NI23047] Betty is a graduate of Morehead State University.
KY Birth cert #31325, vol 63

[NI23048] Dan Jr. is a graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Medicine.
KY Birth cert #8951, vol 18

[NI23050] Harry was a graduate of of the University of Tennesse Law School and was
one
of the first District Judges in Pike Co., KY. His death was caused by a
stroke.

[NI23054] Shirley and husband operate an insurance company in Pikeville, KY.

[NI23059] Carolyn is the owner of American Medical Supplies in Pikeville, KY.

[NI23066] Kentucky cert #47494, vol 95

[NI23075] KY Birth cert #9244, vol 19

[NI23077] KY Birth cert #61475, vol 123

[NI23097] KY Birth cert #13899, vol 26

[NI23099] KY Birth cert #39566, vol 80

[NI23100] The records lists Loucetta Loucinda's 2nd marriage to Bruce Banks as 26
nov 1902. Since all children listed through 1924, are listed as Hattons,
the marriage date has been temporarily changed to 20 1932. If anyone has
evidence to the contrary, please provide it, but that means that any
children born after 1902 are NOT Hattons, but Banks. Did Loucetta and
John Burton divorce? His death date is listed as Feb 3 1963.

[NI23102] Kentucky cert #26298, vol 53

[NI23121] In 1740 Frances McGowan was listed as on of the Colquhoun Clan which fled
Ulster and settled on a tract patented to William Borden. He landed at
Philadelphia and from there went to Lancaster Co., PA. From there he was
settled on the Borden Tract in Virginia by 24 July 1740. He is reported
to have owned 700-800 acres of land. His will, dated 9 Oct 1761 (Augusta
Co., VA) lists wife Margaret and eight children.

[NI23216] Kentucky cert.#39750, vol 100

[NI23313] concubine of James B. Stamper

[NI23322] Daniel was sheriff of Breathitt Co, KY

[NI23328] age 25 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census; From Norma Adams, March 1998; I
have a descendant file I received from the Adams mail list. It has the
Mary "Polly" Adams that married Isaac Stamper listed. This is from pg.
142 Adams of Eastern Ky. by Dorothy [Amburgey] Griffith & Robert Parkin.
The parents of Mary "Polly" Adams were Stephen "Rockhouse" Adams, b.
c1779 Lewis Fork, Surry Co. NC. - d. Nov 1845 Letcher Co. Ky. and
Ellender "Nellie" Buntin b. 1780 Surry CO. NC - d. 1832 Perry Co. Ky.
They lived on Rockhouse Creek, originally Floyd Co., Ky., became Letcher
and then Perry Co. as the line changed - they never moved.

age 25 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census; From Norma Adams, March 1998; I
have a descendant file I received from the Adams mail list. It has the
Mary "Polly" Adams that married Isaac Stamper listed. This is from pg.
142 Adams of Eastern Ky. by Dorothy [Amburgey] Griffith & Robert Parkin.
The parents of Mary "Polly" Adams were Stephen "Rockhouse" Adams, b.
c1779 Lewis Fork, Surry Co. NC. - d. Nov 1845 Letcher Co. Ky. and
Ellender "Nellie" Buntin b. 1780 Surry CO. NC - d. 1832 Perry Co. Ky.
They lived on Rockhouse Creek, originally Floyd Co., Ky., became Letcher
and then Perry Co. as the line changed - they never moved.

[NI23333] age 29 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census
Oliver Stamper (1945):
lived for a time either on Rockhouse or Little Carr. They moved away.
Have not been able to find where they settled. One source thinks it was
Springfield,
Missouri.

[NI23337] from Carole Bays; Obit of Leona M. Childers, age 80 of Miamisburg, passed
away Sept. 6, 1998 at the Walnut Creek Nursing Center. A member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors include her
husband of 28 years, LONNIE J. CHILDERS, a brother Robert Schaeffing.
Burial in the Fairview Cemetery, West Alexandria. Note: She had children
but I do not think they were Lonnie's.

[NI23338] from Carolyn Dyer, December, 1997; George W. Stamper died February 1880
at the age of 70 died with a Sun Stroke in Feburary!!! This was
recorded in the Elliott County Census 1880 By Charles Barker - Deaths of
citizens in Elliott County were in the back of his book.

[NI23346] per Oliver Stamper (1945). There was two sons and one daughter that died
young of diptheria.

[NI23348] age 18 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census

[NI23352] age 26 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census.
Oliver Stamper does not name son, Thomas, but does list Joseph, Dock, and
Mary "Molly".

[NI23356] bond 2232; rec 6-02-007; bondsma;James Stamper, wit: John Ray
bond 2232; rec 6-02-007; bondsma;James Stamper, wit: John Ray

[NI23359] Kentucky cert.#15792, vol 040

[NI23360] age 29 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census.
Oliver Stamper (1945) did not name sons, William, Moses, & Hiram, but did
name sons, Green & Wylie, and daughters, Sallie, Susan, Nannie, & Mary
(no birth dates given).

[NI23361] age 21 in 1850 Morgan Co,KY Census

[NI23363] In addition to Mary, Elvin, & Stephen (whom were documented elsewhere),
Oliver Stamper book adds children Matilda Anne, Cordelia, William, and
James,
plus all their spouses names.
A. Carole Bays of Dayton, OH provided a printout that has greatly
expanded this list of descendants, almost all documented by birth,
marriage, death indices, IGI, and references to Tutt's work. When not
otherwise documented, the source for the grandchildren and their
descendants will be from the records of A. Carole Bays (Nov. 1997).
A. Carol Bays also adds the three daughters, all named Josephine (1)
Tamar Josephine, b. Feb 20 1852. (Carole's remark states that she didn't
have this one listed and wondered where Tutt found her). (2) Lana
Josephine b. Feb 10 1852, d. Dec 27 1934 Wolfe Co. (3) Josephine b. Feb
20, 1852, Wolfe, md George Washington Ingram, and lists 1 child and 5
granchildren.
Obviously there is some room for error here. The first and thrid
Josephine have the same exact birthdate, and may be the same individual.
The second, Lana Josephine's birth date is off by 10 days, shows no
marriage, but does give a death date. Certainly would not have been
Josephine Tutt at death if she married. Do we have a set of twins (or
even tripplets here)? Or just a single individual? I will list them
exactly as they were presented in the document and let someone else sort
it out.
In addition to Mary, Elvin, & Stephen (whom were documented elsewhere),
Oliver Stamper book adds children Matilda Anne, Cordelia, William, and
James,
plus all their spouses names.
A. Carole Bays of Dayton, OH provided a printout that has greatly
expanded this list of descendants, almost all documented by birth,
marriage, death indices, IGI, and references to Tutt's work. When not
otherwise documented, the source for the grandchildren and their
descendants will be from the records of A. Carole Bays (Nov. 1997).
A. Carol Bays also adds the three daughters, all named Josephine (1)
Tamar Josephine, b. Feb 20 1852. (Carole's remark states that she didn't
have this one listed and wondered where Tutt found her). (2) Lana
Josephine b. Feb 10 1852, d. Dec 27 1934 Wolfe Co. (3) Josephine b. Feb
20, 1852, Wolfe, md George Washington Ingram, and lists 1 child and 5
granchildren.
Obviously there is some room for error here. The first and thrid
Josephine have the same exact birthdate, and may be the same individual.
The second, Lana Josephine's birth date is off by 10 days, shows no
marriage, but does give a death date. Certainly would not have been
Josephine Tutt at death if she married. Do we have a set of twins (or
even tripplets here)? Or just a single individual? I will list them
exactly as they were presented in the document and let someone else sort
it out.

[NI23368] William was in Co. I, 5th Inf, CSA

[NI23369] source: query (1979) from:

Patricia B. Crook;3776 Sugarloaf Dr;Redding CA 96001

[NI23370] moved from VA to Wolfe Co,KY when a young man

[NI23376] except for Sarah & Charles, all children and spouses added from text of
Oliver Stamper (1945).

[NI23377] concubine of James B. Stamper

[NI23379] text of Oliver Stamper (1945) added children Moses, Boney, Ulsey, &
Harvey.

[NI23381] all children except for Sarah added from text of Oliver Stamper (1945).
Deneen Whiteside says Nancy Hall d/o Elias Hall and Mary EARLY. Deneen
added children; Juda, Newton, and Eli.all children except for Sarah added
from text of Oliver Stamper (1945). Deneen Whiteside says Nancy Hall d/o
Elias Hall and Mary EARLY. Deneen added children; Juda, Newton, and Eli.

[NI23382] all children added from text of Oliver Stamper (1945).

[NI23385] Oliver Stamper text states that they settled on Kentucky River in Letcher
county below Whitesburg and had four daughters (named).

[NI23386] Oliver Stamper text states they settled on Adams Branch of Rockhouse
Creek in Letcher Co, KY. He names 5 children. My prev records had
John, Elizabeth, and Esther. He named Elijah, James, Sally, Nancy, and
Easter (prob Esther).

[NI23401] All of William & Rachel's children except Andrew were lawyers, and quite
good.

[NI23404] David is buried in the Sugar Orchard Cemetery.

[NI23405] Oliver Stamper text does not name sons Henry H., or John, but does name
sons Harvey (Dr.), and Bruce. May be that Henry H. is Henry Harvey, and
John is John Bruce ???

[NI23406] Age 21 IN 1880 Wolfe CO KY Census

[NI23410] Letcher Co,KY marr reg.
age 18 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per text of Oliver Stamper (1945): James P. Stamper (John Whit, William,
James) farmer. b. August 30, 1832, in what is now Letcher County,
Kentucky. M. 1st. Elizabeth Francis, daughter of Thomas and Lourana
(folly) Francis; 2nd. Elizabeth (Francis) Adams, daughter of Samuel and
Dicy (Hog") Francis. Elisabeth was born
November 21, 1838 and died October 5, 1862. Elizabeth was born [March 17,
1834 and died October 10, 1908. He died June 21, 1903 and is buried
beside his first wife in BaII Point Cemetery on Carr in Knott
County,Kentucky. First Marriage: John Whit, William Thomas, Isabel.
Second Marriage: Hiram H., James Elam, Silas Culbert, Huram, H.

[NI23453] Kentucky cert #58718, vol 118

[NI23459] BK 2 PG 44 Letcher CO KY Marriage Register; 1880 Letcher Co,KY census;
age 1 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census; Daniel Stamper married #1 Lucinda J.
Hogg and had children Arminda, Melissa, Elizabeth, and Stephen. She died
after the birth of Stephen in 1875. He married Jane Caudill and had
Minnie and Isaac. 1880 Letcher County Census Daniel is married to Jane
Caudill.

[NI23479] per Oliver Stamper (1945) Samuel md. Betty Adams.
ed. comment: If he married Sarah Neace, it must have been after the
death of his brother, James Maggard.

[NI23484] per Oliver Stamper (1945) they apparently settled on Rockhouse Creek in
Letcher co, KY. He names 8 children.

[NI23489] per Oliver Stamper (1945): Sally md Benjamin Adams.

[NI23491] per Oliver Stamper (1945). William md 1st to Vina Frazier, 2nd to Betsy
Adams.
ed. comment: If William did marry Betsy Adams, and if Betsy Adams is the
same as Betty Admas, the marriage must have taken place after his
brother, Samuel, died.

[NI23502] ref: Vital Statistics

[NI23503] Oliver Stamper says she never married.

[NI23504] Oliver Stamper says they lived at Hazelgreen, KY., no children.

[NI23506] Oliver Stamper says they had 3 children (not named).

[NI23522] obit from Carole Bays; Manda Jane Stamper b. 9 june 1864 Wolfe Co, KY,
dau of Isaac Taulbee and Margaret King, d. 4 oct 1917 of dysentary.
Informant; Green Stamper of Filmore KY; buried Mary, KY

[NI23531] Nancy Stamper had an illegitimate child, Wallace Stamper, after she
came to Kentucky. She ran away and supposedly went to Hanging Rock,
Ohio. Never heard from again. She did not take the child with her.

[NI23538] per Oliver Stamper, Susan never married, and died at age 22.

[NI23539] per Oliver Stamper, Nannie never married and died at age 21.

[NI23571] recs of Geneva Stamper Hamilton (Jan 1997)

[NI23576] According to Carole Bays, Thomas M. Davidson is only a Possible husband
of Josephine.

[NI23610] BK 5 PG 197 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI23698] Carol Bays lists 2 wives, but does not identify which children belong to
which wife. Until evidence is provided to prove otherwise, this record
will show them all under his first wife, Armilda Stamper.

[NI23707] Oliver Stamper text (1945) adds spouse Mary May & 4 children, all said to
have married and living in IOWA.One day a preacher asked Andrew Porter if
he was ready for the gread day of
Judgement. Andrew asked, "Does it just last one day?"; whereupon the
preacher
replied, "Yes." Andrew retorted, "Well, I don't need to worry then,
because it
will take all day to try Letcher Stamper!"

[NI23714] death cert from Carole Bays; Cordelia Tutt Stamperb. Oct 29, 1885, d.
July 22, 1032, Wolfe County, KY, dau of Steve Tutt born Wolfe County and
D. Duff born Va. Cause of death; pulmmary carcinoma, Jan 1932 -
developed was treated in Lexington. Informant; Cord Stamper, Jr. buried
Callaboose, w/o J. H. Stamper.

[NI23719] Oliver Stamper text provides spouse Maggie Stricklette and 5 ch. Says
Greenberry practiced law in Jackson and Campton, KY.

[NI23727] from Carole Bays;
1910 Wolfe County census
John B. Childers 62
Nancy 62
Listed with them are grandchildren: Rettie 13 and Everit age 10. I
believe this to be James Everett and Bette listed in the 1900 Wolfe
county census.
Also listed in 1910 Wolfe County
Henry Childers 34 married two times, married for three years (second
marriage)
Lgia (Sada) 33 married one time two children and both living
Sada 2 daughter (probably named after mother Sada
Vivian age 1 and four months

[NI23730] Carole Bays offers the following;
J. Everett Childers born Feb. 10, 1900 d. July 13, 1930 Fillmore, KY
cause of
death struck by lightning. Death certificate: father was Henry Childers
born Mary, KY, mother was not listed. The informant was J.A. Stamper of
Fillmore, KY.
Wife was Elsie Childers.
I worked on this past summer, came up with this.
William Henry Childers b. Dec. 1873 m. 1) Gertrude Stone who died 1900
buried Stone/Taulbee Cemetery md. 2) Sada Arnold.
Children:
Bettie R. Childers b. 1896 was with grandparents in 1910
J. Everett Childers (see above) married April 18, 1920 in Wolfe County to
Elsie Stamper b. Mar. 22, 1899 (d/o John A. Stamper and Fanny Deaton).
He is buried in the Childers Cemetery, Lee County, KY. His marriage Lic
gave his parents as J.B. and Sindie Childers. Nancy Spencer of this
family now deceased lived in Breathitt County gave his parents as Wm.
Henry Childers and Sadie Arnold. According to the Wolfe County census,
his mother was Gertrude Stone. Elsie was living in West Alexanderia,
1964 and listed as Elsie Gabbard per John Stamper's obit. Sada Childers
b. 1908 Vivian Childers b. 1909 Wolfe County.
Known children of J. Everettt Childers,
Lonnie Childers b. April 6, 1921 md. ca 1948 Newport, KY to Sarah Wogoman
Willis, they divorced he married Leona M. Schaeffing.
William Childers b. April 13, 1922 d. April 1922 buried Childers Cemetery
George R. Childers b. April 11, 1923 Lee County (per birth index)

1900 Wolfe County census
65-67William Childers 26 KKK
Gertrude 28
Bette R. 4
James E. 3/12 Feb.
I believe that James is J. Everett Childers and Gertrude is Gertrude
Stone therefore James E. would have to be the son of William Henry
Childers and Gertrude Stone.

[NI23746] are Ella and Ellen Rose the same person?

[NI23749] Kentucky cert.#23967, vol 048

[NI23899] Kentucky cert.#36721, vol 074.

[NI23902] Kentucky cert #25997, vol 52.

[NI23930] BK 6 PG 38 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family
Letcher County Census Book, 1880 page 202.
Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky

[NI23957] Oliver Stamper text has Gloa b. 5 Aug 1907, d. 12 Jan 1908, but that
doesn't work.

[NI24024] married twice, first wife's name is unknown.

[NI24046] James & Cyntha are both age 19, b. NC; family #530-836 in 1850 Stewart
Co, TN census.

[NI24069] This appears to be family # 534-836 Stewart Co, TN 1850 federal census.

[NI24151] Silas E.and Mary Clinard lived in Stewart Co,Tn and in Montgomery Co,Tn
before moving to St. Louis,Mo. abt 1926. All of their children were born
in Tn except the youngest child, who was born in St. Louis,Mo in 1927,.
Thanks Pat
cxkf12a@prodigy.comSilas E.and Mary Clinard lived in Stewart Co,Tn and inn
Montgomery Co,Tn before moving to St. Louis,Mo. abt 1926. All of their
children were born in Tn except the youngest child, who was born in St.
Louis,Mo in 1927,. Thanks Pat
cxkf12a@prodigy.comm

[NI24393] per Kaye Miller Fearneyhough (30 Oct, 1997): George Washington Stamper,
(b. 11/28/1856, Carter Cty, KY; d. 6/15/1952, San Antonio, TX). His
spouse was Ollie Lyons. They had 10 children, of which my grandmother,
Ona Mae, was the seventh.

[NI24476] This family contributed by:Ron Holbrook;Vancouver,WA
per Kaye Miller Fearneyhough (30 Oct, 1997): According to our records,
John 'Pewter' Stamper had a son named Jackson (b. Kentucky River
7/10/1827, d. 1900). Jackson Stamper may have been illegitimate, perhaps
by a Reeves. We also know that he was paralysed. Jackson married Susan
Fannin (b. 7/14/1834, KY; d. 1932, KY). They had about 13 children,
including George Washington Stamper, (b. 11/28/1856

[NI24511] 1860 Morgan Co Census lists all but Lucinda (who was already reported to
have died prior to 1860) and Marcus George b. 1856 (according to KY
Births). Did he also die before the 1860 census?
From Brenda Stamper Callahan, March, 1998; ggGrandpa John W. Stamper was
married to Elizabeth, and also had a family with her sister Sallie? I
would love to know more about George Washington Stamper b. 1818 and Nancy
Nickell. All my gGrandpa Dave would say about the previous generation
was "I looked up in my family tree and saw a rop hanging from every
branch." So, I wonder, some rumors are the mother of George was an
indian and some didn't like it. My gGrandpa implied they came from
Germany and therefore there were no records.
From Debby Lillie: I am searching for parents of George Washington
Stamper b. 1818 believe in North Carolina. He married May 31, 1837 in
Morgan Co., Ky. to Nancy Nickell b. 1823. Their children were Martha,
Elizabeth, Isabel, John W., Sarah, Isaac F., Lucinda, Samuel A., Frances,
George Washington, and Ellen D. There is a rumor George Washington "Wash"
Stamper's mother was a full blooded Indian. My line goes thro his son
John W. Stamper, who married Elizabeth Cassity. Then John's daughter
Effie Lee Stamper who married Henry Brown. John was something else, he
had family's with two sisters, but he did marry one.

[NI24521] This is family #59-361 in 1850 Campbell Co, TN federal census. According
to Margaret Hayes, he was son of Asa Stamper and Betty Fender.

[NI24529] At the time of her death, Elizabeth had 2 children, one eight years old
and one five months.

[NI24545] Carole Bays comments that Sallie may not be a child of Wm. Oliver.

[NI24601] Oliver Stamper text (1945) add 2 spouses and 7 children.

[NI24611] SOURCE: Demoy Schulz, Bethalto, IL, 1992
Family line of (Barthine &) Rhonda NICKELL FIELD; 733 N. Lewis Ave;
emperance, MI 48182. 5/1996.
Andrew was indicted in 1880 for racing horses on a public highway.

[NI24616] DEATH: KY ID, Sept, 1996.

[NI24619] According to Larry & Rachel Robbins, John Book, the oldest of Ira and
Joyce's children, moved to Washington co, VA sometime in the 1880s.
There he married Rachel Mahala Widener in Widener's Valley. In the first
decade of the 1900s this group, along withneighbors, apparently rented an
entire railroad car and moved to the San Bernadino area of CA.

[NI24621] SOURCE: Demoy Schulz, et al.
DEATH: KY Vitals, I'Net, Sept, 1996.
Rhonda Nickell Field; 733 N. Lewis Ave; Temperance, MI 48182. 5/1996. In
1860 Joe Darkey and Patsy were living with his parents, Black Andy and
Elizabeth. There was also an Elizabeth, age 12. Don't know who she was.
(See Black Andy's record for census listing.)
Rhonda reported that Joe Darkey's other nickname was "goose gagger",
there must be a story behind that. Rhonda also reported Joe's wife as
being "Leona Wilson." Rhonda's gF, Andy, is found in the IGI as being
born to "Joseph S. and Martha Stamper." There is a "Joseph S that married
Martha J. Stamper, 3/27/56" in the Morgan Co., marriage list. There is no
"Leona Wilson" in this marriage list; but he could have married Leona
first, and she died shortly afterward. Rhonda also indicated that Joe
Darkey died at age 47 "under suspicious circumstances." I was concerned
enough about this data to search out various records that might show more
on Joe Darkey's life.

[NI24623] The obit of Nova E. Stamper Bryant Downey (1997) provided 7 of the nine
children listed for this family

[NI24639] SOURCE: William L. Haney; PO Box 120161; Clermont, FL, 34712 to 10/24/96
10/24/96: 22 Jade Rd.; Sylvia, NC 28779. GEDCOM, 9 Oct 1996.
William sent information on the FERGUSON line.
BIRTH DAY = 23: Robert E. & Lorene Ridenour Mar 31 19977
DEATH: Ky Vitals I'Net page: http://ukcc.uky.edu/~vitalrec/ vol 003,
cert# 01442, death vol 52.
SOURCE: William Haney; 22 Jade Road; Sylvia, NC 28779. I'Net
>
Dec 1996.

[NI24642] SOURCE: 1900 & 1910 KY Census Soundex

[NI24650] May 16, 1901: The Hazel Green Herald reported the marriage of America &
"Mr.
Stamper".

[NI24653] SOURCE: Morgan County Marriages & 1900 KY Census

[NI24654] Martha age 20 b. KY (and her 7 month old son, French?) listed in the home
of her parents in 1860 Morgan Co, KY Federal Census

[NI24655] G.W. CARTER married either Elizabeth or Isabell, her sister, on 11 Apr
1861.
The license names Elizabeth, but the minister recorded Isabel.

[NI24656] G.W. CARTER married either Isabel or her sister Elizabeth on 11 Apr 1861.
The
license names Elizabeth, but the minister recorded Isabel.

[NI24664] Benjamin & Elizabeth, and family, went to Davenport, OK, in 1911.
1920 OK Soundex: The family with Lizzie, Miles and Ada were in Davenport,
Lincoln Co., OK

[NI24680] Carole Bays notes: Peggy Bell says Parthenia is the d/o Andrew Kash ??

[NI24681] Died in Infancy.

[NI24682] Carole Bays does not show first 2 ch; Miles H, and Unnamed child.Carole
Bays does not show first 2 ch; Miles H, and Unnamed child.

[NI24686] John's father and mother were living with him in 1900. The family moved
to Indiana about 1920.

[NI24729] Oscar & Jessie were maried by Rev. A.L. Smith at his home in Dix, Ill.
Aline Riley and Mildred Ward were the attendants.

[NI24742] Operated on, 12/19/1926.

[NI24749] Pearl was the switchboard operator in Dix for many years.

[NI24769] Clyde was found hanged in the barn.

[NI24777] On January 7, 1967, Patricia was operated on in St. Louis to remove a
blood tumor from her upper lip.

[NI24782] Timothy was operatede on in Childrens Hospital in St. Louis on April 3,
1966.

[NI24929] Moved with his family to Rome, Jefferson Co., Ill when he was 6.

[NI24930] Drove a 2 wheel cart behind a black horse.

[NI24939] House burned, 11/22/1937.

[NI24941] Moved to Kell, 5/14/1945.

[NI24966] Everett was later married to Opal Purdue.

[NI24967] Amelia drowned in a well.

[NI24970] Sgt. in Company "L", 79th Division.

[NI24972] Oscar Riley built a house for Wayne in Odin, Ill.

[NI24981] Dorothy married a preacher in Indiana.

[NI24990] Netta never married.

[NI25000] Baptised at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church on July 7, 1968.

[NI25002] Ethel was listed in the International Who's Who of Poetry.

[NI25013] Joined the USAF on 11/16/1967.

[NI25017] Kely was operated on, 11/11/1968.

[NI25018] Baptised on 11/12/1933 re Lola Hawkins diary.

[NI25097] Richard and Jane were married in a double ring ceremony with Pleasant
Hawkins and Eva Hawkins. The minister was James Snow.

[NI25107] In later life he was called "Squire Joe" because of his long service as a
Justice of the Peace.

[NI25129] Pleasant and Eva were married in a double ring ceremony with Richard
Hawkins and Jane Donoho. The minister was James Snow.

[NI25138] Leigh and Esther were married and divorced twice.

[NI25219] He came to Ill. with his family, reaching his destination on his fifth
birthday.

He was a member of the Christian Church at the old Hawkins school house,
and a charter member of the Antioch Christian Church.

In the War of the Rebellion, he enlisted in the 80th Illinois Volunteer
Infantry, Company H. He was mustered out on 4/7/1865.

[NI25221] Emigrated to Canada in Sept, 1908.

[NI25255] Died as a youth.

[NI25315] Elijah went to Cal. with the Tom Garrison family.

He was called "White headed Lige"

He was reared by his grandparents Wimberly.

[NI25458] Okera and Edith were married in the presence of Lydia McGlone and Walter
Fults.

[NI25460] Jacob and Deloris were married in the presence of Wilson Stamper and
Lucille
Kiser.

[NI25466] Allan and Hester were married in the presence of Aileene Horsley and
Robena
Lawson.

[NI25467] Ethel and Wilford were married in the presence of Bennett Fannin and Epp
Burchett.

[NI25473] Ky. Vital Statics Births.

[NI25475] Nancy and William were married in the presence of James Fults and Nathan
Merchan. She is buried Iron Hill-Bank of Tygart, Carter Co., KY

[NI25476] Tombstone. William served in the Union Army during the Civil War as a
private in the 22nd Kentucky Cavalry. He enlisted in Sep 1861 and was
discharge Feb 1864. He is buried Iron Hill-Bank of Tygart, Carter Co., KY

[NI25479] Tombstone

Isaac was the progenitor of the branch of the family that settled in
Greenup
County in the early 1800's. He came in from what is now Greenbriar
County,
West Virginia. Tradion and documentary evidence reveal that the family
had
previously lived at Altoona, Pennsylvania. The 1820 Greenup County census
shows him living with his wife and family, she being between twenty and
thirty
years of age. Since his wife was not listed in the 1850 census report,
it is
assumed that she died sometime between 1840 and 1850.

[NI25483] Tombstone

[NI25484] Tombstone

[NI25485] Henderson's boyhood days were spent on his father's farm. He was
educated in
the public schools at Charlotte Furnace and at the National Normal
University
at Lebanon, Ohio, where he was prepared for teaching. He taught in the
public
schools of Carter County from 1896 to 1901. Choosing the legal
profession as
a career, he studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1896 and
afterwards
pursued his law studies at Columbian University Law School, Washington,
D.C.,

and at Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana. He did not enter upon
the
practice of law until 1901 when he opened an office at Grayson, Kentucky,
where he practiced for the succeeding eight years,, when in 1909 he
located at
Ashland, Kentucky, for the practice of his profession. He soon attained
and
ever since maintained high rank as an attorney at the Boyd County Bar and
elsewhere.

A Republican in politics and always interested in public affairs, he was
nominated on the Republican ticket and elected judge of the Carter County
Court for the term 1902-1905, inclusive, at the expiration of which he was
elected and served as county attorney for Carter County for the term,
1906-1909, inclusive. He was elected and served as mayor of Ashland for
the
term, 1917-1921. During his administration the city water works were
built,
Central Park lighted and the highway to Russell paved to the city limits.
Subsequently he was appointed and confirmed as State Tax Commissioner but
did
not accept. He served for two years as examiner of applicants for
license to
practice law.

[NI25486] Jessie was educated in the local school and at Transylvaia University,
Lexington, Kentucky; was an employee of the Commercial Bank of Grayson for
several years and became familiar with the banking business. A great
reader
and student, she studied law and medicine--not with any intention of
engaging
in practice--and then entered the field of literature. She wrote much
poetry,
some of wich was published in "Voice of Freedom" and "Voice of America".
She

also had published a volume which was received favorably by critics of
lyric
poetry, particularly the poems "The Convoy" and "Sunset Over Italy."

[NI25493] William was a junior member of the law firm of Dysard and Dysard. He was
educated (elementary and academic) in the public schools of Ashland, at
Greenbrier Military School, and at the University of Kentucky, Lexington,
graduated with an A. B. degree. He received his legal education at the
University of Kentucky from which he graduated with degree of LL.B. in
1932;
was a member of the Order of the Coif in law school; and admitted to the
bar

in 1932, and immediately began and continued to practice law at Ashland in
partnership with his father; had service in World War II as Captain in
the Air
Force, 1942-1945, during which service he was Recorder of the Aircraft
Scheduling Unit at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio; in September, 1951 became a
consultant on production for the Air Force at Wright Field.

[NI25497] Tombstone

Tombstone

[NI25501] Annie and Robert were married in the presence of Charles C. Huff and
George
Gannon.

[NI25505] Mary and George were married in the presence of J. N. Hubbard and Nora Lou
Hubbard.

[NI25513] Opal and Billy were married in the presence of Howard W. Davis and Mrs.
Val
Evans.

[NI25520] Carroll and Alene were married in the presence of Mrs. Robert Osten and
Herman H. Houck.

[NI25529] Ky. Vital Statics Births. George left Margaret for another woman.
Margaret is buried Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY

[NI25531] Dr. Fultz was a well known and successful doctor in Carter Co. His
office was
in his home at Carter City where he practiced for over 30 years. He
serviced
western Carter and Greenup Counties from South Shore to Olive Hill and
Lewis
County from Vanceburg to Morehead. He was elected and served 2 terms,
1922
and 1924 in the House of Representatives.

[NI25533] Mollie and Harvey were married in the presence of John Gilbert and Martha
Gilbert.

The following is a poem written by Mollie when she and Dr. Fultz lived in
Frankfort, while he served as representative.

FRANKFORT
To the city of Frankfort I pay my tribute
To the grand old capital and legislators too
And to the governor and all of you who have
Stood by our state in ways that are true
And to the library with wisdom of sages
With rows of books and page on pages
of kings, statesmen, poets and work of art
Oh Library girl if I like you could live with the ages
And to the old bridge where I stood and in memory dream
Thinking of Kenten & Boone and the beautiful scene
And what this home to the red man mean
Oh Kentucky River beautiful stream
To the old state house with relics old
And grand old paintings worth more than gold
And to the century where the honored mold
Will never be forgotten though their bodies cold
To the monuments of our soldiers and sailors
And the war poet Theodora O'hara
And Lincoln who issued the proclamation
That righted the wrongs of this great nation
And to your churches and ministers too
Who are working and striving and praying for you
To all of you who are noble and true
With deepest regret, I bid you adieu.

[NI25534] Malissa and her daughter, Mary Underwood, grandaugther of Geo Underwood,
were
both present when he was murdered. In 1860, when Malissa and Elverton
were
married, the Civil War was beginning; at Eifort's store at Boone Furnance
the price of a pair of pants was $5.50, muslin $.10 yard, shoes $.85,
postage
$.03, gloves $.40. The location of Malissa's birth is a conflict, some say
Scott Co., VA but her marraige record says Lee Co., VA. The 1880 census
shows
Malissa living with her father David and suffering from a "diseased womb".

[NI25535] Elvin was shot down in the presence of his two daughters, who were
dropping
seed corn ahead of his planting, during the Holbrook/Underwood fued.

[NI25539] tombstone

tombstone

[NI25542] Lt. Edwin Fultz was killed in an automobile accident shortly after he had
received his discharge from service in Boise, Idaho. He was a B-24 pilot
and had served three years in the armed forces. Lt. Fultz was 27 years of
age at the time of his death.

[NI25547] Everett served as postmaster until his retirement--he was also self
employed. At the time of his death, he had 21 grandchildren and 19 great
grandchildren.

[NI25549] Lawrence and Illard settled in Russell, Ky.

[NI25556] William moved to Columbus, Ohio.

[NI25559] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI25566] Cora died following a stroke. Cora's education included the Proff
Lawrence
Rolf's Riverside Semianry and Georgetown, Kentucky College. She took
advanced
work at Cincinnati Conservaotry of music and was an outstanding pianist.
She
composed light piano music and on August 27, 1907, she accompanied G.
Morgan
Stricklett at a song recital at the old Ruggles Opera House. Cora was a
member of the Lexington, Kentucky Chapter of the D.A.R.

[NI25570] William and Doris were married in the presence of Wayne Parker and Wendy
Crisp.

[NI25576] Ottis and Beulah were married in the presence of Joseph McGlone and
Charles
Ratcliff.

[NI25577] William was a member of the Central Christian Church of Lexington.

[NI25582] Grace lived in Cleveland, Ohio.

[NI25603] EE is an avid golfer, when his duties at the First National Bank of
Grayson allow.

[NI25612] Gladys and Harvie were married in the presence of Zella Roseberry and Ava
G.
Kiser.

[NI25616] Glenn and Bernice were married in the presence of Mr & Mrs. Earl McDaniel.

[NI25624] Doug is a 1991 graduate of East Carter High School. He attended Ashland
Community College and is employed by the state of Kentucky as a
transportation
engineer aide.

[NI25625] Jury Qualification Form dated 2/95

Charlene and Lowell were married in the presence of Lynn Waugh and Steve
Hannah.

[NI25632] Obituary

[NI25634] Derick is the son of Glenn, but was adopted by Gladys and Harvie and was
raised by them.

[NI25644] John and Mary, both of which had been previously widowed, were married in
the
presence of Luella Hall and Douglas Hall.

[NI25649] Joseph and Mary were married in the presence of John Gilbert and Martha
Underwood. He and Mary Alice are buried Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter
Co., KY

[NI25656] Carrie and L.L. were married in the presence of W. C. Underwood and Martha
Thompson.

[NI25665] Bessie and Pat were married in the presence of Marie Stamper. Bessie
died of
leukemia.

[NI25666] Oda and J.M. were married in the presence of L. L. Duncan and Sarah
Qualls.

[NI25670] Lula and Lafe were married in the presence of Manuel Buckner and M.
Williams. Lafe reportedly married a third time, name unknown.

[NI25672] About 1899 Emmaline & Hiram sold their property in Carter Co, including
300+ acres presently owned by Babe Fultz, near Carter City, and moved
their family to Portsmouth, Scioto Co., Ohio, where Hiram became a
business man, whose residence was on Gallia St., about where a department
store now stands. Hiram served as postmaster of the Wesleyville, Ky. post
office on April 24, 1882 until August 28, 1894. Hiram and Emmaline were
married in the presence of Wesley Fults and George Fults.
Emmaline became the third member of the Wesley Fults family to marry a
member of the Davis family. Catastrophe struck Emmaline & Hiram in 1899.
They lost their son Charles Wesley, age 14 yrs., on 2/24/1901, at 6:45am.
In childbirth, Emmaline and her baby, named Mary, died at 9:15pm on
2/26/1901. She is buried Portsmouth, Ohio Cemetery. Their son Edward,
age 21, died on 5/3/1901, and Martha, age 18, died on 5/25/1901, both of
Typhoid. Hiram in poor health, returned with the remainder of his family
to Wesleyville. He later moved to Olive Hill, where he died. He is
buried Stallard Cemetery, Smokey, Carter Co., KY

[NI25676] bur. Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY (not date avail in this
database). If Saly was the first wife of George, then they married very
young, and the birthdate of Amos is in error.

[NI25677] Rowan Co,KY Marr reg, bk 9

[NI25679] Martha and John were married in the presence of Jesse Davis and Joseph
Fults.
Their marriage license says they were married 12-2-1880, however, this
date
can not be accurate as Martha would have been -3 years of age.

[NI25684] Viola and John lived their early life together in Russell, KY. Viola was
born
in the old two story farm house which still stands in 1994 across Buffalo
Crk
behind the present home of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Dixon on Route #2, Carter Co.,
KY.
This Mrs. Dixon is the daughter of Walter Fultz and Mary Davis, the
daughter
of Stephen Davis. Viola won the beauty contest sponsored by the Olive Hill
Newspaper in 1909.

[NI25705] Hiram was a veteran of World War II.

[NI25710] Anna and Homer were married in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Tannian.

[NI25711] The Dickensons landed in this country much earlier than the Erwins, in
1634
on the Bonaventure, and set up a business selling to Planters. Their line
goes back to Norfolk, England. They were not dishonest people at all, but
they seemed to prosper and be in the right place at the right time.
Elizabeth
was the grand daughter of the Russell County Court Clerk. Elizabeth's
father
had died when she was just a baby, and she lived with her mother and
sister

on a 100 acre farm on the Clinch River belonging to her grandfather.
Some say
that the family had picked another Dickenson for Elizabeth to marry, but
she
disdained so much intermarriage. Quite probably John Erwin, who was said
to
be a handsome man, swept Elizabeth off her feet. John owned no land in
Russell County, but is listed on the census as a farmer, so it is
presumed he
stayed on at Elizabeth's home and managed the 100 acres on which she and
her
family lived. When Elizabeth's grandfather died, in his will he left the
farm
to his son, James. Elizabeth received the sum of $200.00 in her
grandfather's
will which was filed August 3, 1825, in Will Book A at Page 61. There is
also
a deed dated March 7, 1827 in Russell Co. from the heirs to James for the
farm
thereby relinquishing all claims. Elizabeth and John each signed their
name
rather than making an "X", proving that they were both literate.

John was very fond of his wife and provided her with anything her heart
desired. She is known to have dressed in velvets and satins. She had a
beautiful white mare & the only side saddle in the country. She was a
well
known figure, and many early residents, when interviewed by Mary Jane
Knisely,
remembered her galloping through the countryside visiting the sick and
dispensing alms to the poor. She was a typical lady of the manor in true
Southern tradition.

When the Union soldiers came to Carter County, Elizabeth was a widow. It
was
expected that the army might come. County officials had taken the
records to
a cave for preservation. Land owners were on the alert, and no doubt had
scouts out, with relays to warn the inhabitants. When the warning came,
Elizabeth called her slaves together and drove all the hogs up in the
woods to
a deep ravine. She also took her prized white mare, and tied her in the
deep
woods. When the danger was passed and the troops had gone on to other
areas,
Elizabeth and the slaves brought the stock back to the plantation.

When Elizabeth died in 1895, her two personal maids were with her. She
was
buried beside her husband in the family plantation cemetery. No stone was
placed. The cemetery is a level plot of fenced land on a hilltop, shaded
with
trees that whisper in the breeze. One can look away - as John may have
done -
to the inspiring, undulating countryside. It is a fitting resting place
for a
devoted couple, who loved their lands, their family and their slaves, and
found prosperity and happiness there. (Much of these accounts are quoted
from
the writings of Mary Jane Knisely.)

[NI25713] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

John and Rachel were married in the presence of William Hall and Ambros
Smith.

[NI25714] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

[NI25717] Carter County Order to Probate

Noah and Belle were married in the presence of Ezekiel Cooper and Richard
T.
Cooper. Noah died intestate.

[NI25728] See Deed Book 59 at Page 530.

[NI25744] Carrie and Steve were married in the presence of H. L. Erwin and Robert
Erwin.

[NI25748] Virginia died at the age of 18 from a brain tumor.

[NI25771] Steven's wife, Barbara, and Jerome's wife, Nancy, were first cousins.

[NI25778] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

John died intestate. His daughter, Janice was appointed as administrator
of
his estate, with her mother, Maude as surety. The estate was valued at
$30,900.00. See Book 32 at Page 158. Johnnie once operated a service
station near Olive Hill.

[NI25779] Voter Registration Card

Johnnie and Maude were married in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Green.

[NI25782] Janice and George were married in the presence of Michael Locker and Joyce
Callahan.

[NI25783] Voter Registration Card

George and Janice were divorced on January 15, 1972 according to the
divorce
records of the Carter Circuit Court. Janice's petition for divorce was
granted on the grounds of infidelity and mental and physical cruelty.

[NI25784] Tombstone

[NI25785] Tombstone

Tombstone

Ed and Evelyn were married in the presence of Ben F. Thompson, Sr. and
Ben F.
Thompson, Jr. Ed died from a brain tumor.

[NI25786] Jeanice and Jeff were married in the presence of Jerry A. Bond and Cheryl
L.
Fultz.

[NI25787] According to her obituary, at the time of her death, Sarah had sixty-four
grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. Her
obituary, written by her niece, described her as follows, "Aunt Liz, as
she
was familarly called suffered on a bed of pain for four weeks. Early
Wednesday
on the wings of the morning she was carried softly and tenderly into that
Haven of Rest, the World where cometh no pain, nor death. She had strong

faith in immortality and the other world especially since the going of her
life's companion 23 years ago. While she had tenacity for life there were
times when she spoke of a longing for other life. Aunt Liz had reached
the
stage in life where she had for the second time become as a child and we
feel
sure she is happy with the kind Heavenly Father above. There is a vacant
chair in the home, a vacant seat in the little church where she loved to
work
and may the surivving children rejoice in the faith of their mother, the
faith
and trust that is offered to all and living in faith and abiding by the
counsel of their departed mother, and meet her some day upon the shining
shore."

[NI25792] Voter Registration Card

[NI25793] Voter Registration Card

Wanda and Ronald were married in the presence of Janice Erwin & Judy
Griffen.
This was a first marriage for Wanda and third for Ronnie. Wanda began
working
for Commercial Bank of Grayson in 1988.

[NI25795] Jesse Arvil spent his childhood days on the farm. As a teenager he
worked at
the Rock Crusher in Olive Hill for .25 for an hour. He worked at a steel
Mill
in Portsmouth, Ohio for .75 an hour. He also carried mail on horseback.
His
route started between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. He would travel to Count's Cross
Roads (which is now Pleasant Valley) then to the Carter Caves area. He
then
would travel to Oakland and then to Prater (which is now the Smokey Valley

area), and then return to Olive Hill. The route was about 25 miles round
trip
and he could make it back to Olive Hill before dark, except during the
winter
months when a lot of times he would have to walk a lot of his route to
keep from
freezing to death. He would make a $1.50 a day for delivering mail.
Jessee
and Alpha lived their entire lives in the Olive Hill, Ky. area. Jessee
and
Alpha were married in the presence of Jack Tackett and Callie Burchett.

[NI25796] Donna and Ronnie were married in the presence of Johnnie L. Erwin and
Dempie
Duncan.

[NI25799] Janet's funeral services were conducted at the Kibbey Christian Holiness
Church by the Rev. John Maggard. Arrangements were handled by the Oney
Funeral Home in Olive Hill.

[NI25800] Karen and Ronnie were married in the presence of Marvin Bailey and Louise
Binion. Karen and Ronnie divorced and were remarried on Aug 8, 1965,
again
by W. R. Jessee, in the presence of Jeanette Ingles and Lorene Callihan,
as
recorded in Marriage Book 62 at Page 105.

[NI25803] Angela and Sammie were married in the presence of Roy Arthurs and Tracy L.
McKenzie.

[NI25809] Tiaalicia was adopted by Maude and Johnnie according to their divorce
decree
which was entered on March 5, 1974, in Carter Circuit Court Civil Action #
4276, in Order Book 59.

[NI25811] Milton and Tia were married in the presence of Martin W. Henderson and
Juanita Rayburn.

[NI25814] Fred was raised by his foster parents, Coleman and Alice J. Saulsberry
Binion.

[NI25817] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25829] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

Nancy and David were married in the presence of Noah E. Erwin and Henry
Davis.

[NI25831] According to their marriage license, Mary Jane's marriage to David was her
second marriage and David's third. They were married in the presence of
John Williams and James McGlothlin.

[NI25841] Watt and Cora were married in the presence of Dellie Stamper and Kay
Reynolds.

[NI25844] Jessie and Ellen were married in the presence of John H. Burchett and A.
J.
Fults.

[NI25853] Letha and Wheeler were married in the presence of M. B. Mauk and Ethel
Parker.

[NI25857] Obituary; Charles and Tishie were married in the presence of Frank
Stamper and
Mollie McGlone. Charles' funeral services were conducted at the leslie
A. Henderson; Funeral Home by Elwood Cooper. At the time of his death
Charles had 14 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and 4 great great
grandchildren.

[NI25861] Alma was Ruby's niece. James and Ruby raised Alma after her parents
separated.

[NI25866] Died in infancy.

[NI25867] Obituary

Della was an employee of the Detroit Steel Corp., an Army veteran of World
War I, a member of the American Legion, the 40 and 8 and the Senior
Citizens
Club. His funeral services were conducted by Emrick-Scott Funeral Home.

[NI25868] Mabel was a first grade teacher at Jenkins Elementary School at West
Portsmouth, Ohio. She was a member of Lucasville United Methodist Church,
the ladies auxiliary of the American Legion and Daughters of America. Her
funeral services were conducted at Melcher Funeral Home.

[NI25872] Ruby and Acie were married in the presence of Albert Stamper.

[NI25878] Reba and Russell were married in the presence of Miss Retha Mullins, Mrs.
Tom
Phillips, and Mrs. Arthur Jarvis.

[NI25880] Tombstone

Everett and Hazel were married in the presence of Clem Tabler and Cane
Donit.

[NI25881] tombstone

[NI25888] Bessie died young and was never married.

[NI25895] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25896] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25906] Opal and Joe were married in the presence of Wridell Scott and Mary
Patton.

[NI25907] Tillie was a member of the Olive Hill Chapter of Eastern Star.

[NI25908] Affidavit of Descent, Carter Co. Clerk's Records
Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Willard and Tillie purchased the family farm from Willard's siblings.

[NI25911] Joseph died of yellow fever in World War I.

[NI25915] Affidavit of Descent, Carter Co. Clerk's Records

[NI25925] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI25927] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Died as a young child.

[NI25928] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Probate Records, Carter Co., KY
Carter Co. Cemetery Records-Erwin Cemetery P. 151

Per tombstone: KY PFC 611 Ord Autmv, Maint Co WV II. Harlan and Lena were
married in the presence of Alva Wiley and Owen Erwin.

[NI25936] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25939] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25943] from Bruce Logan; Notes for JAMES MARION STAMPER:
Residing with James M. Stamper in the 1910 Lewis Co., KY - Grassy Pct.
were
James Richman, nephew, M W 12 KY
John Richman, nephew, M W 10 KY
Amanda Richnam, niece, F W 9 KY
Harman Richman, nephew, M W 4 KY
Ellwood Richman, nephew, M W 2 KY
Myrtle Richman, Neice, F W 2/12 KY

Much of the information of this family came from the obituary of Lucy
Virginia (Stamper) Barbour. It names her brothers, George, Waldo,
sisters,
Mrs. Lennie Morgan, Mrs. Preston Horsley. Father Marion Stamper; mother
Rosa Eulett.

[NI25946] Bessie and Wayne were married in the presence of James Baker and Ronald
Flannery.

[NI25950] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI25951] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

Mary collected Fenton art glass.

[NI25955] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

[NI25968] Stillborn.

[NI25969] Tragedy struck on the 23rd day of February, 1953. Wendell was found dead
in
the barn, shot to death. There seemed to be a question as to whether it
was
suicide or murder. He had an insurance policy but the insurance company
was
not too anxious to pay. It turned out that it was labelled suicide, so
Eula
was left with three little children and no money. Eula had the courage
of the
Erwin family, and she got a job teaching school. She undertook to
finance a

lovely brick house, an added burden to rearing her children. She
carried her burden successfully, and is due much credit and accolades.
She was a very kind and caring person. One day an old man, Willie, came
to her door with a sad story. As recalled by Mary Jane Knisely, the man
had been living with his brother, but his brother decided to marry, and
kicked Willie out. However it was, Willie was kicked out and Eula took
him in. He was old and frail. He did try to do a few jobs around the
place, and one day he went down to get the newspaper at the mail box,
and a car came along and hit him. Eula cared for him until he died.

Eula was a member of the Eastern Star and the Olive Hill United Methodist
Church. Her funeral services were conducted at the Oney-Henderson Funeral
Home in Olive Hill by Terry Dean and Dave Shanklin. At the time of her
death
Eula had five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. According to
her
obituary Eula had a total of five children, two of which predeceased her.

[NI25970] Roy was a Mason.

[NI25982] The Last Will and Testament of Clyde Erwin was probated in Carter District
Court on August 1, 1985. Clyde left the residue of his estate to his
daughter
Barbara. However, if Barbara predeceased him, everything was to be left
to
his grandson, Dane Carver. See Will Book 7 at Page 557.

[NI25983] It's believed that after Lucille and Clyde's divorce was final, she left
town
with Sheriff Johnson and they moved to St. Petersburg, FL.

[NI25986] Barbara and Luther were married in the presence of Irvin Namlin and Billye
Joe Scott.

[NI25988] Luther was a U.S. Army Veteran and was employed with the Stone Container
Co.

[NI25989] Bertha and Luther were married in the presence of Arthur Stamper and
Lucile
Coleman.

[NI25996] Carter County, Kentucky Vital Statistics 1875-1876

[NI26000] Myrtle and Tom were married in the presence of Daisy Erwin and Roosevelt
Kiser. Myrtle's funeral services were conducted at the Leslie A.
Henderson
Funeral Home. Myrtle was a member of the Smokey Valley Baptist Church.

[NI26001] Tom died following a brief illness. Tom's funeral serves were conducted
at
the Leslie A. Henderson Funeral Hmoe by the Rev. John Maggard and the Rev.
Dennis Sammons.

[NI26008] Clyde and Lucy were married in the presence of W. W. Joynes and Tom
Armstrong.

[NI26009] Charles and Sarah were married in the presence of S. J. Stafford and J. M.
Stamper.

[NI26014] Mary was a retired employee of Big Four of Maineville, Ohio, and she
attended
the Ross Chapel Christian Church, at Olive Hill, Kentucky. Mary's funeral
services were conducted by Leslie A. and Vada Lou Henderson and were
officiated by Phyllis James and Elwood Cooper. At the time of her death,
Mary had 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

[NI26017] A second marriage for both Reece and Mary, they were married in the
presence
of J. W. Crawford and Jessee Davis.

[NI26022] One day, while feeding the hogs, Charlie walked into the barn and was
bitten
by a snake.

[NI26024] Affidavit of Descent, Carter County Court Clerk's Records

Carrie and James were married in the presence of Pearlie Erwin and Tillie
Erwin.

[NI26025] Dick served 4 terms as tax commissioner of Carter County and was a retired
teacher according to his obituary. He was a member of Mason Lodge 624 for
55 years.

[NI26031] Bessie and Joseph were married in the presence of Kate Early and Reba
Early.

[NI26045] Affidavit of Descent, Carter County Court Clerk's Records

Pearlie and Billy were married in the presence of Steven Erwin and Recce
Patton.

[NI26053] Jewell and Sterile were married in the presence of Nellie Outland and
Charlie Outland.

[NI26060] Madison and Madge had 7 children.

[NI26067] Evelyn was killed in a car accident.

[NI26086] Farris and Mildred were married in the presence of Alpha Oney and Vivian
Oney.

[NI26104] Wayne and Gladys were married in the presence of Mary McKenzie and Jim
Oney.

[NI26110] Andy died as an infant only one day after birth.

[NI26111] At the age of three, Mary Ellen fell into a fire in the fire place,
sucked the
flame down her neck and died.

[NI26112] Nora died as a child only one month after her birth.

[NI26114] Luther and Madeline were married in the presence of John Ramey, Watt
Gilbert,
and E. D. Erwin.

[NI26118] Janet and George were married in the presence of Selby L. Erwin and
Lowella
Messer.

[NI26124] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

James and Judy were married in the presence of Fred Reynolds and Helen
Stallard.

[NI26128] Shelby and Arthur were married in the presence of Mrs. Myrtle Duncan and
Homer Lawhorn.

[NI26133] Arthur and Sandra were married in the presence of George Erwin and Kathryn
Skidmore.

[NI26138] Ramona and Charles were married in the presence of Gary Lee Stone and
Helen
Rae Stallard.

[NI26142] Diana and George were married in the presence of Glynnis R. Boggs and
Anita
G. Hern.

[NI26146] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI26154] Date of birth from Lewis Co., KY Vital Statistics.

[NI26167] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI26171] Minnie and CC were married in the presence of Jeff Richardson and Francis
Marion Zornes.

[NI26173] Louella and Jay were married in the presence of Ellen DeHart and Bobby
DeHart.

[NI26178] Affidavit of Descent, Carter County Court Clerk's Records

[NI26184] Arnold wasd a retired fire marshall and assistant mayor of Flint,
Michigan.
His funeral was conducted at Oney-Henderson Funeral Home in Olive Hill by
Phillip Lemaster.

[NI26185] Betty and Arnold were married in the presence of Louise Burnett and
Russell
Pennington.

[NI26188] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

Frank and Eva were married in the presence of Wince McGinnis & Wash
McGinnis.

[NI26193] Sharon and Paul were married in the presence of Rosie Rice and Paula
Collier.

[NI26198] Vital Records of Lewis Co., Ky.
Does not appear in records of Bruce Logan.

[NI26200] Charles was killed in an auto accident.

[NI26201] Teddy was killed in Italy in WWII.

[NI26203] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

Ed's will, dated 1/4/1966 and recorded 11/15/1971 left everything to his
wife,
Pearl. Ed's funeral was conducted at Oney Funeral Home by Rev. Dennis
Sammons.
Ed and Pearl were married in the presence of George Kiser and Luther
Erwin.

[NI26204] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

The will of Pearl Erwin stated that her estate should be divided as
follows:
10% to Pearl James; 20% to Myrtle Armstrong; 10% to Rena Tabor; 10% to
Carl &
Lucille Nimmo; 10% to Eula Scott; 10% to Emogene & Edmond Burton; 10% to
Carl
& David Coffman; 10% to David & Kristine Layne; and 10% to Mary Patton.
Unfortunately, according the probate records, Pearl's estate was worth
only
$1,701.44 and her funeral bill was $5,250.00.

[NI26206] James and Martha farmed near Prater, Ky.

[NI26209] 1850 Census, Russell County, VA

[NI26211] Sarah and William were married at the home of Isaac Jessee in the
presence of
M. M. Spilter and Robb McMullan.

[NI26212] Marriage Records, Carter County Court Clerk

[NI26213] After Sarah's marriage to Mr. Grover, they moved to Hiawatha, Kansas.

[NI26219] Cecil does not appear in the records of Bruce Logan

[NI26230] Dr. Jessee gratuated from Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery on
April
30, 1902, as graduate #9903. At that time his address was Hamilton,
Ohio. He
was appointed Medical Examiner for Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co. of
California
on August 12, 1902. At that time his address was Rome, Adams County,
Ohio. Dr
Jessee received his Kentucky medical license on July 25, 1903 in Bowling
Green. Dr. Jessee was a Kentucky Colonel.

[NI26237] Edwin died young and is buried beside Dixie, his mother.

[NI26242] A pharmacist at Adkins Drug Store, Flemingsburg, Kentucky in 1973.

[NI26258] According to his obituary, at the time of his death George had 17
grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.

[NI26261] William, Jr. is presumed to have predeceased his father, as he was not
listed
in Dr. Jessee's obituary.

[NI26282] Marriage Records, Carter County Court Clerk

Charley and Opal were married in the presence of Dock Johnson and Leslie
Johnson.

[NI26283] Tombstone
According to the marriage license of Charles Erwin, Luanne's son, his
mother's
name was Luanne Dailey Wolfe. It is rummored that Luanne fell in love
with a
young man, her parents objected, so she slipped out and met him down by
the
spring and they ran off to Ohio and eloped. It is also said that when
Luanne
became pregnant that her young husband ran off and left her and that she
nearly starved to death before making her way back home. Supposedly her
father would only agree to allow her back in the house, if she agreed to
stay
in the attic where he would never have to see her. Upon agreeing to her
father's terms, Luanne's mother carried food to the attic. Luanne later
met
and married Thomas Erwin. Since Leonard seems to have gone his own way
and
lost contact with the family, some believe that he may have been Luanne's
son
by the Wolfe boy and that he just adopted the last name of "Erwin", and
that
perhaps this is the explanation for his failure to stay in touch with the
family.

[NI26298] Daught and Albert were married in the presence of Ethel Stamper and N. E.
Collie. Daught was a member of the Gregoryville Christian Holiness
Church.
Her funeral was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Lewis Davis, arrangements
were
handled by Malone Funeral Home.
Edith died of pneumonia when she was eighteen months old.

[NI26302] Isaac and Mary started housekeeping on Hamilton Branch, close to Water
Hole in
Elliott Co. In 1912 he moved his household and nine children to Little
Fork,
and then he moved them to Fontana, now known as Gregoryville. The tenth
child
was born there. It is said that Isaac was a humble man and worked hard,
expecting the same from others. As a farmer he raised most of his
family's
needs, but he also hired out as a laborer. One of his jobs was working
in the
diamond mine in Elliott Co.

[NI26325] Everett served in World War II.

[NI26329] Van died of pneumonia.

[NI26333] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

George and Almidia were married in the presence of William Buckler, Martha
Stamper, and John Erwin.

[NI26336] James was killed in the railroad yards in Portsmouth, Ohio.

[NI26338] Logan was murdered by Riley Carrier, his brother-in-law in Cincinnati.
The
birth and death records for Carter Co., Kentucky lists an infant born to
Logan
and Della Bond Erwin.

[NI26339] Della and Logan were married in the presence of Watt Bond and James Erwin.

[NI26343] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

Asa's affidavit of descent, which was signed by Jack and Eula Scott,
states
that he died without issue.

[NI26345] See Will Book 8 at page 306 of the Carter County Court Clerk's Deed
records.

[NI26348] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI26351] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI26359] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.

[NI26362] Frank and Belle were married in the presence of Sylvia Erwin and Lottie
Parrish.

[NI26366] Lizzie and Cecil were married in the presence of George Reeves and John
Reeves.

[NI26372] After Silas's death Mary remarried and their son, Harry moved to
Wisconsin.

[NI26376] According to their marriage license Joe was a widower and Tennessee had
been
previously divorced.

[NI26383] Lucy died as a young women. After her death, her sister, Lavinda, who
never
married, raised Lucy's children.

[NI26387] Death Certificate #12452 Vol.25

Angelina died of influenza and chronic heart disease.

[NI26389] According to what his Mother told Lewis Davis, her real father was Robert
Erwin. As a young man, Robert traveled throughout the area selling
vegetables from the back of his wagon. Although married to Pina, he met
the young lady at Grahn and fathered her child, Mortie Johnson.

[NI26390] After being in failing health for the last three years of his life, Jack
was found dead in bed at his home near Camp Dix. He was born at Head of
Grassy
66 years previous. When a boy of about 14 years, the family moved to
Vanceburg, where Jack attended Riverside Seminary, developed into an
outstanding baseball player and expert ice skater. A natural born
sportsman,
he never lost his zeal for hunting and fishing, and his home was
headquarters

for pursuit of these sports. In World War I he enlisted in the army and
saw
service all through the campaign on the French front.

Following his return to the old home county, he was united in marriage, to
which union was born 10 children. Jack was held in high esteem in his
county
and community. Quiet and unassuming, his word was his bond and his
integrity
unquestionable, and his passing left a vacancy in the circle of his
friends as
well as family.

Jack's funeral services were held at the Blankenship Christian Union
Church
with Rev. Jack Bliffin of Vanceburg Christian Church officiating, under
the
direction of the Plummer Funeral Home.

[NI26394] Ralph and Ruby were married in the presence of Charles Rose and Roscoe
Waugh.

[NI26398] Marie and Ralph were married in the presence of Johnny Parsons and Jack
Parsons.

[NI26402] Howard and Mary Lee were married in the presence of Verna Gilliam.

[NI26406] Lewis and Geneva were married in the presence of Virgie Belcher and
Blanche
Murray. Lewis, an ordained Minister of the Kentucky Christian
Conference, is
the Pastor of Gregoryville Christian Holiness Church.

[NI26414] Betty and Claude were married in the presence of Chlaline Bentley and Paul
Bentley.

[NI26418] The infant boy child died at birth or within a few days.

[NI26419] Margaret died after only a few weeks.

[NI26428] Tombstone

Tombstone
Affidavit of Descent, Carter Co., KY

Elbert Davis, a resident of Wesleyville, Ky. married the 16 yr old Dovie
Davis
also of Wesleyville, in the home of Bob Erwin, in the presence of Thomas
Kiser
and Albert Stallard, as recorded in Marriage Bond Book 15 at Page 193.
Elbert
always carried a musket ball which he said was fired at Bunker Hill, as a
good
luck charm.

[NI26429] Obituary - Grayson Journal Enquirer

Served as Grayson city councilman from 1970-1978; former member of FIVCO
Area Development District and the Northeast Area Development District;
associate member of Paralyzed Vets; and member and deacon of First Baptist
Church of Grayson. Lovell's funeral was conducted by Sparks Funeral Hill
with
Charles Davis officiating. At the time of his death Lovell had 22
grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Lovell and Berthie were married
in
the presence of Louella Hall and Douglas Hall.

[NI26434] Lovell and Betty were married in the presence of Charles Gilbert and
Billy Joe
Griffith.

[NI26443] Though blind, Mike plays the guitar beautifully.

[NI26447] In addition to her own 5 children, Elsie also raised the child of her
niece
Lynn Waugh.

[NI26451] Brenda and Charles were married in the presence of Reva Clay and Tammy
Gilbert.

[NI26469] William and Lucille moved from Coone Eye to Mayhew Flats when the Grayson
Lake was constructed.

[NI26470] Died of an accidental gunshot wound.

[NI26474] Othie was a retired burner for Mansbach Metal Co. in Ashland where he
worked
for twenty years, and a World War II Army veteran. His funeral services
were
conducted at the Church of God of Prophecy in Grayson by the Rev. Tim
Harper.
Military rites were conducted by DAV Chapter 147.

[NI26479] This child was not included in the records of Bruce Logan.

[NI26480] Bud and Jody were married in the presence of Donna Pennington and Charlie
Mayo. The couple honeymooned in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

[NI26484] At birth Robert weighed 9 lbs. 9 oz.

[NI26491] Donald had a twin that died at birth. Donald being born premature, was so
small that he spent his first days in a padded orange crate equipped with
a
light bulb to make a home made incubator.

[NI26495] Christie is engaged to marry Mark Brown.

[NI26498] Since the Carter Co. Clerk had been ask not to issue a marriage license to
Ruby and Willie, by Ruby's parents, the couple slipped away to Greenup
Co. to
obtain their license. Although Ruby was not given a middle name at birth,
because she wanted to have one, she called herself Ruby Mae. Ruby makes a
wonderful cream candy that is enjoyed each year by hundreds of people.
Ruby
has always been the glue that has held our family so close together. Her

grandchildren were practically raised as brothers and sisters. Each
Sunday,
it's tradition to go to her house for a large family meal following Church
services, and on Christmas Eve, no matter what part of the country we may
be
in everyone tries their very best to get to granny's for a Christmas
celebration. There's usually around fifty gathered in her small house for
this traditional feast. The ritual began around 1957 for the children to
come
in on Christmas Eve to allow Santa Claus a chance to visit the homes of
the
grandchildren.

[NI26499] Birth Certificate Vol. 95 Certificate No. 37674

Tombstone

According to Clayton Burnett, who says he knew both Willie and his brother
Hubert very well, Willie's nickname as a young school boy was "Cakie".
Willie
& Ruby first met while Willie was changing a flat tire. Ruby, who already
knew Mable, Willie's sister, ask who he was and later Willie ask Mable who
Ruby was and if she thought Ruby might be willing to go out with him.

Willie, although he had an explosive temper, also had a heart of gold.
No one
ever came to his home and left without having eaten at least a small
meal. If
I were to try to describe Willie and Ruby with only one word, that word
would
be "love". Ruby's sons always joked that they were perfect and if you
didn't
believe them, just ask their mother.

Willie worked many different jobs, in addition to farming, to care for his
family. He was working night shifts at the Shell Plant in Ashland, the
night
that their house burned to the ground. He came home from work to find
only
smoldering ashes. With the help of family and neighbors, a new house was
built on the site of the former. An upstairs was added to the house
making a
total of seven rooms.

[NI26500] Death Certificate
Tombstone

Death Certificate
Tombstone

Death Certificate

At the time of her marriage to Henry, both Lucy and Henry's address was
Charlotte Furnace, Carter Co., KY. William Bryson and N. T. Keaton were
the
witnesses to their marriage. It is a Wicker characteristic to have curly
hair.
There is an annual Wicker family reunion at Jenny Wiley State Park, as the
Wickers were based in Floyd Co. Lucy died of pneumonia and a weak heart.

[NI26502] Poppy, having survived Lucy by a large number of years, spent his last
years
in ill health, being looked after by Winnie Arms, who is also buried in
the
Burnett family cemetery. Poppy always kept a bag of horehound candy
beside his
bed, which was set up in the front room. The farm that Poppy owned
consisting
of 52 acres, which later became the farm of Willie and Ruby Burnett, was
originally owned by Poppy's grandfather, Balsor Newman. Poppy always
called

biscuits-tarpons. Bill Burnett remembers going to Poppy's house and Poppy
telling Winnie "to get them kids a tarpon".

On the last page of Poppy's Bible, he wrote, "God be with you till we meet
again, Amen".

[NI26504] Kenneth was a gentle, caring man. In forty years, I never saw him angry or
upset and I never heard him say a bad word about anyone. His son, Kevin
said
that even when, as a child, he had set the bed on fire, Kenneth looked at
him
and simply said "now son". Kenneth was a member of International
Brotherhood
of Electrical Workers Local 317. Kenneth was a hard working father who
always had a smile for everyone.

[NI26511] On 1/29/95 Andrew wrote, "I go to Prichard Elementary School. I was born
on
June 29, 1985 at Camp Lejeune N.C. I help in the band. I am in the Boy
Scouts, and I play baseball, soccer and basketball. I like to help Uncle
A
(Everett) on the farm. My dad works in New York. I have a dog named
Kibbey."

[NI26518] Chastity was a 1997 graduate of East Carter High School.

[NI26520] In November, 1994, Kayla wrote, "I'm Kayla Suttles, I go to Prichard Elem.
School. I'm on All Star Gym team, I like to read and write. My Brother
goes to
East Carter High School. He plays drums in the school band and he likes to
ride his 4-wheeler. My Mom shops while my Dad works."

[NI26521] As Karen and Tim married, they refused to allow anyone to attend their
wedding
with the exception of Kevin Watts Mullins and Lorilee Carter, who were
their
witnesses.

[NI26526] At birth, Kathie weighted seven pounds, seven ounces, and was 20 1/2
inches
long.

[NI26529] Lori is a graduate of East Carter High School and received a degree in
Radiologic Technology from Lexington Community College. She is employed
as a
Registered Radiologic Technologist with Family Urgent Care Centers in
Huntington, WV.

[NI26532] At birth, Kelsie weighed five pounds and 14 ounces and was 19 inches long.

[NI26533] As his brother Bill, Bud was ordained by the Kentucky Christian
Conference,
shortly after being called to preach. Bud is Pastor of Trace Fork
Christian
Holiness Church. Prior to pastoring his own church, Bud served as
Assistant
Pastor of Carter Christian Holiness Church. Bud, having a good sense of
humor,
when asked about the different pronunciations of Burnett, replied that you
only began pronoucing your last name as 'Bur-net' rather than 'Burn-it'
after
you made your first million.

[NI26534] from James A. Stamper of Dwarf, KY: Thought I might put this out to the
list to see if any light can be shed on it. In a letter from Frederick
Melvin Stamper of Laguna Hills, CA, dated Sept. 16, 1979 I have the
following query:
"My grandfather, William Baker Stamper, was born in Tree Top, Ashe Co.,
NC in 1813. All I know is that his mother's name was Mary and she was
born in Virginia in 1791. My great grandfather could have been Jonathan
or William (1810, 1820, and 1830 census) or one of several other. I have
no way of knowing, nor do I know how many sons or daughters he had. I
have assumed that my (great) grandfather died sometime between 1830 and
1835 for my grandfather moved to Ohio with his mother, Mary, studied
medicine under a Dr. Hogg, met and married Amanda Smith, and in 1853,
moved to California. He had eight children of which my father, William
Riley Stamper, was one"
Anybody out there have any ideas as to whose son this William Baker
Stamper might have been? The gentleman said his gr. grandfather was born
at "Tree Top" in Ashe Co. I know there is a "Three Top Mountain" in Ashe
Co., so this is probably what he meant.

[NI26536] from Carolyn Wilson Dyer; sources for George Raybourn; Carter County, a
Pictorial History by George Wolfford.

[NI26538] After the death of her first husband, John Henry McGinnis, "Serie" was
left to
raise six children by herself in a little two room house, at the head of
Lick
Branch, West of Carter City. "Serie" loved to tell her grandchildren ghost
stories. After her marriage to George Hill, they lived many years in
Maysville
where they ran a dairy farm. A week before her death, Serie suffered a
stroke
that affected her speech, she never left the hospital.

[NI26539] John Henry McGinnis was murdered in 1944. At first it was believed that
he was
killed in a truck accident, until his severed ear was found at a different
location. Ern Hall stood trial for John Henry's murder, but was found not
guilty. John's truck was pushed down a 220 feet embankment near Kehoe, Ky
at
4:00am Friday, March 17, and his body was discovered at 9:00am that same
day.
He was en route to Oak Hill, Ohio, hauling clay. Funeral services were
held at

the home of this father on Smith Creek. Rev. Andrew Kiser officiated.
John
and Sarah were married by Rev. J. L. Wright, a Missionary Baptist
minister in
the presence of Tom McGinnis and Clyde Flake.

[NI26540] Peggy and Bobby were married in the presence of Sherry Burnett (nee Lowe)
and
Ray Skaggs.

[NI26545] PR and Kathy were married in the presence of Sandra Burnett and Johnnie L.
Burnett.

[NI26551] When Betty and Bill married, money was short, in order to pay for the
marriage
license, Bill sold his old gray mare. In the early years Bill often worked
away from home and Betty and their baby daughter, Sherry, traveled with
him.
Bill was called to preach, and shortly thereafter became Pastor of Carter
Christian Holiness Church, after having been ordained by the Kentucky
Christian Conference.

[NI26552] The witnesses for Betty and Bill's wedding were Maxine Mullins and Paul
Erwin.
Betty, having a good head for figures, always kept the books for whatever
business, she and Bill ran. (i.e. Hilltop Auto Parts, Bill Burnett
Trucking,
and Bill Burnett Truck Repair) Betty having been trained to file income
tax
returns, usually prepared the various members of the families' tax
returns.
She managed two tax offices for Dan Tax in the 1970's.

[NI26553] At the age of 13, Sherry and her family moved from Grayson to Ashland.
Upon
graduation from Fairview HS, she began working for the law firm of Wilson
&
Stavros. Later returning to school attending the Ashland Community College
branch of the University of Ky, where she attained an Associate Degree in
Accounting, graduating with honors and a 3.65 GPA. She was appointed a Ky
Col.
by the 1st woman Gov. of KY. In 1982, Sherry purchased a home in
Flatwoods, KY

where she lived until her marriage to Garrett. Within a few months of
their
wedding Garrett and Sherry returned to Grayson to live. The office where
Sherry works is within sight of the former Hospital location on West Main
Street, in Grayson where she was born. She is a member of the Eastern
Kentucky
Genealogical Society and the Carter County Historical and Genealogical
Society. Sherry and Garrett have served as Youth Leaders and Reporters
for
Carter Christian Holiness Church since 1992. Additionally, Garrett and
Sherry
are President and Vice-President, respectively, of Lowe Surveying.

[NI26554] Garrett began his career with the Kentucky highway department, laying out
roads and surveying boardering properties. He left the Kentucky
Department of
Transportation and began working for Union Boiler, Inc., shortly
thereafter
obtaining his surveyor's license in West Virginia and later in Kentucky.
Although quiet and modest, Garrett is highly intelligent, has a marvelous
sense of humor, and a heart as big as all outdoors. Most importantly
he's a

wonderful Christian man. Garrett is a member of the Trimble Masonic Lodge
Kentucky Genealogical Society, and a member of Laborer's International
union
No. 1353.

[NI26579] An ordained Deacon of Carter Christian Holiness Church. Member of the
Masons.
At the time of Everett's marriage to Sue, he listed his occupation as
service
station attendant. He later became a member of the International
Brotherhood
of Electrical Workers, Local 317, of Huntington, WV.

[NI26581] Sue and Everett were married in the presence of Maxine Mullins and Kenneth
Mullins.

[NI26586] Scott and Pam became the third union of the Burnett and McGinnis families.
They were married in the presence of Tamra McGinnis and Paul R. Burnett.

[NI26590] Patsy and Eddie were married in the presence of Johnnie Phillips and Betty
Sullivan. In the early years of their marriage, they lived for a time in
Oregon.

[NI26592] Luke was most likely named after Luke Carroll, born 1770 in Grayson
County,
Virginia, an ancester of his mother, Alice Carroll Back. The name "Luke"
is
known to have appeared in at least five different generations, including
Luke Carroll himself.

[NI26603] Lisa and Erwin were married in the presence of Robin Back and William
Lewis
Salley.

[NI26610] Was killed in an automobile accident on I-64 within sight of Grayson, just
East of the West bound Grayson Rest Area.

[NI26619] Was killed in an automobile accident. When found he was lying on his
stomach,
with his head on his arm, just as he normally slept.

[NI26620] In addition to being call Pete, Van was often called Bunny. He and Eileen
were married in the presence of Mrs. Dovie Davis and Miss Sadie Mayo.

[NI26628] Ginger and Terry were married in the presence of Kim O'Banion and John
Adams.

[NI26632] Dena and Freddie were married in the presence of Dewey Shepherd and Kay
Rodgers.

[NI26633] Freddie served in the U.S. Army.

[NI26642] Phil and Connie were married in the presence of Dena Shepherd and Gary L.
Hunter. Phil served in the U.S. Navy, during the Vietnam War.

[NI26643] Connie and Phil were honored with a surprise reception August 26, 1997 at
the
Western Steer Steak House in Grayson in honor of their 25th wedding
anniversary. The reception was hosted by their daughter and son-in-law.
Connie is a member of the Church of God of Prophecy.

[NI26648] Bridge and Kraig were married in the presence of Johnda Wilburn and Kenny
Crockett, Jr.

[NI26654] In addition to his baker's dozen, Van also raised his grandson, Scott
Craig
Erwin, the son of Audrey Erwin.

[NI26665] Dixie died as an infant.

[NI26673] Ranal's last will and testament, as recorded in Will Book 8 at page 153
left
the following bequest: 1/2 of his Procter & Gamble Stock to Ollie DeHart;
the remaining 1/2 of his P & G Stock to Paul DeHart; $4,000 to Mary Lois
Earls; $2000 to Ruth Stamper; $2,000 to Joyce Stamper; and the rest and
residue to Ollie DeHart. The surety bond posted for the probate of
Ranal's
estate was $425,790.04.

[NI26675] tombstone

[NI26676] obituary

Flosie and Arthur were married in the presence of Bertha Scott and Randal
Erwin.

[NI26677] Arthur was listed as a widower on his marriage license to Flosie.

[NI26678] Violet and Manual were married in the presence of Mrs. Ollie Salyers and
Mrs.
A. O. Allison.

[NI26683] Dottie died as an infant.

[NI26684] Coy and Mae were married in the presence of D. V. Kibbey and James Lawson.

[NI26690] Ransom died when Jim Erwin's steam-powered mill, which was being operated
by
Willard Erwin and Luther Erwin, exploded. One witness, Willie Fultz,
whose
leg was broken in the explosion, when interviewed stated he believed the
two
young men let the boiler go mighty near dry, then turned cold water onto
the
hot crown sheet, causing it to build up too much steam pressure. Rob
Hedge,
Bob Baker, son of Jack, and Mathias James were also killed by the blast.

[NI26691] The Last Will and Testament of Robbie, was recorded in Will Book 6 at Page
514. He directed that his estate be divided equally among his children,
Irene Moore, Kenneth P. Erwin, Tilmon A. Erwin, Pauline Canterbury and
Earl
Leo Erwin.
Robert went to Logan Co., WV at the age of 22 and became a coal miner with
38 years of service at retirement. He returned to his birthplace,
purchased
the homeseat of 74 acres, 5 miles from Carter Caves State Park, where he
died.

[NI26695] Irene and Leo were married in the presence of Van E. Davis and Eileen
Davis.

[NI26713] Voter Registration Card

[NI26739] Skeet died from injuries suffered in a car accident. He was a retired
employee of the American Greeting Corp. A private funeral was conducted
at
Oney Funeral Home in Olive Hill.

[NI26740] Voter Registration Card

[NI26753] Hazel and Roy were married in the presence of Clyde Gilbert and Jennie
Gilbert.

[NI26760] Ollie and Floyd were married in the presence of Mrs. Laura Baker and Reece
Tackett.

[NI26765] She and her child died as a result of child birth.

[NI26773] Obituary

His obituary does not list a wife or children as survivors, only brothers
and
sisters. His funeral servies were conducted at the Roberson Funeral Home
in
South Shore by the Rev. Harley Johnson.

[NI26774] Tombstone

Earnest was killed in World War II.

[NI26775] obituary
Tombstone

Minnie's will, which was not probated until April 6, 1978, can be found in
Will Book 6 at page 448.

[NI26779] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI26782] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI26783] Tommy and Betty were divorced on March 5, 1970, in Carter Circuit Court
Civil
Action No. 3367. According to the divorce records Tommy is listed as
disabled.

[NI26794] Nora and Stan were married in the presence of William L. Hall and Betty J.
Hall.

[NI26799] Wilma and Charles were married in the presence of Betty Jane Hall and
Lenore
Dailey.

[NI26802] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Donald and Nevada were married in the presence of Violet Beechler and
Minnie
Erwin by Rev. C. E. Wiley, a Baptist minister.

[NI26807] Voter Registration Card

[NI26808] Voter Registration Card

Joe and Myra were married in the presence of James P. Williams and Mrs.
L. C.
Hayes.

[NI26809] Eva and John were married in the presence of W. S. Tackett and Henry
Williams.

[NI26812] Voter Registration Card

[NI26817] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI26819] Ernest and Diana were married in the presence of Myra Lou Erwin and Minnie
Erwin.

[NI26823] Pam and Lee were married in the presence of Dianna Erwin and Ernest
Erwin, Jr.

[NI26832] Voter Registration Card

Jack served in the Armed Forces.

[NI26834] Voter Registration Card

The marriage of Jack and Donna was a second marriage for both of them.

[NI26837] Helen and Bennie were married in the presence of Wilma Wells and Minnie
Erwin.

[NI26841] Julia and Les were married in the presence of Cline Kinney and Hazel
Erwin.

[NI26844] Randall and Bell were married in the presence of James Rayburn and A. M.
Gulley.

[NI26848] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

[NI26855] Jennie served as Head of Grassy, Ky. postmaster for 39 yrs. She
celebrated her
69th birthday with gladness over her improved condition from a recent
illness.
Her health continued to improve until a sudden relapse came that resulted
in
her death. Jennie Bell and Randall took Jennie Bell's nephew, Essie
Gulley,
into their home when he was a child. He lived there until he entered
World
War I. Later, Essie's son, Arnold Gully, lived with his aunt Jennie and

attended school.

Before good roads and speedy transportation came to Grassy, burials were
taken care of by local folks. Jennie Belle made burial clothes for
anyone in
the area who passed away. She served long and faithfully as a good
citizen
of her community until a serious illness in 1937 caused her to lose some
of
her activity. Sher never fully recovered from this illness.

Jennie Belle was baptized and took membershp in the Christian Church when
she was 16 years of age, under the ministry of Bro. D. J. Combs.

At the time of her death, Jennie Belle had 5 grandchildren and 2 great
grandchildren.

[NI26873] Joshua was a veteran of World War II. When he supplied his family data to
Mary Jane Knisely, he reported that he may have left children in the
Orient.
He was stationed in Korea.

[NI26883] Florence was single, well into middle age and living on the original Erwin
property next to the family cemetery, when one day a middle aged man came
up while Florence was sitting on the front porch. He blurted out, "I
want a
wife," without any romantic overtures. As the story goes he came back
again
with his blunt statement and eventually Earl Phillips and Florence were
married. Florence and Earl were married in the presence of Muerl
Ferguson and
Henry Ferguson.

[NI26887] Virgil remained unmarried.

[NI26888] Ike and Ethel were married in the presence of Joe Pence and Eliza Pence.

[NI26898] Raleigh's funeral services were conducted at the Roberson Funeral Home in
South Shore, Ky. by Rev. Clyde Callahn. Military rites were conducted at
the
graveside. Raleigh served in the US Navy during World War II.

[NI26903] Ronnie died at the age of 17.

[NI26933] Anna and James were married in the presence of Mrs. Helene Meyers and Rev.
E. K. Meyers.
KY Birth cert #46266, vol 93

[NI26949] Stapf Funeral Home Records

[NI26970] 1860 Carter County Census

[NI26973] Of her 10 children, four (including John) died in infancy. Linda was born
on Stafford Hill, now known as Eby. Transportation was slow in those
days and
the nearest place to get mail was at Wesleyville. Encouraged by her
brother-
in-law, a businessman from Vanceburg, Lucinda and Sylvester started a
country
store next door to their home. The Stamper and Cooper General Store sold
work
clothes, shoes, dry goods, hardware and food--all the staple items needed
for

the average family. As was common in those days, the Coopers took in
eggs and
chickens to be sold in the store or in exchange for merchandise. The
building, more than 115 years old, still stands today.

Because Sylvester, bettern known as "Ves", was such a likable person,
customers coming to his store would spend a large portion of their day
talking
and visiting with others who came to shop. It was not an uncommon
occasion for
most of his customers to join him for dinner when Lucinda called him at
mealtime.

When the post office was first established in the Stafford Hill
community, Ves
was sworn in as the first postmaster for the new facility called "Eby".
His
daughter, Ollie, took over the responsibility of handling the mail when
Ves
was sick or needed asssitance. She was described as being "strict" where
the
mail was concerned because she never allowed unauthorized persons to
touch the
mail.

[NI26981] Rebecca attended grammar school in Vancebur in Lewis Co. because there
were
no schools close by in Carter Co., She completed an eighth grade education
and later when she married, taught her husband what she had learned in her
schooling. After her marriage to George, they moved down the road from
her
parents on Stafford Hill. George was a Virginia native who had moved to
the
Scotts Branch and Smith Creek area before his parents finally settled near
Brushy Creek. The couple remained on Stafford Hill all their married life.

[NI26983] After her marriage in 1919, Marie moved to Utah where she lived all her
married life in Salt Lake City. During the early 20's she attended the
Christian Normal Institute (now Kentucky Christian College) in Grayson.

[NI26984] Hardyn went west for a period of time relocated in California, but
eventually
returned to this area and settled in Ohio.

[NI26985] Ruby, like her brother Hardyn, moved west to California where she raised
her
family, then in 1972, she returned to Stafford Hill, now known as Eby.

[NI26986] Sophia moved to Ohio when she married.

[NI26987] Hazel Elizabeth lived on Stafford Hill unti lthe early 1940's when she
moved
to California, about the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor during World
War
II.

[NI26988] Ora Mae continued her education by graduating from Aiken Hall in Olive
Hill
and attending college in California.

[NI26991] Tombstone

Sophia was a member of the Church of Christ. Her funeral services were
conducted at her residence in Vanceburg by the Rev. John Kiser. Funeral
arrangements were under the direction of the Oney Funeral Home in Olive
Hill.

[NI26992] Ollie and Theodore were married in the presence of Carter Cooper and A.
Cooper.

[NI26994] Ida's funeral services were conducted at the Plummer Funeral Home in
Vanceburgy by Rev. Elwood Cooper.

[NI26996] Ezekiel died of croup.

[NI27000] Lillie and John were married in the presence of Mason Horsely and S. J.
Stafford. Lillie died of Staphylcoccus. Her funeral arrangements were
handled by Robert Kress Funeral Home.

[NI27001] Launderdale and Milla were married in the presence of Wesley Fults and
John
Erwin.

[NI27004] Maggie and Ira were married in the presence of Ellie Kinnard and Mary E.
Lee.

[NI27008] Ruby and Everett were married in the presence of Ross Stamper and Mable
Stamper.

[NI27011] John served as County School Superintendent in Hillsborough County,
Florida
from January 1914 through March 19, 1923. According to his marriage
license
John's father was born in England and his mother was born in Lewis Co.

[NI27014] Harry and Virgia were married in the presence of C. W. Erwin and Davy
Tabor.

[NI27019] Ulysses owned and operated the Tabor Department Store in a three story
building located on Cross Street in Olive Hill, in addition to owning
various
other pieces of property in Carter and Boyd County. In his will, Ulysses
left the store and its contents in equal shares to his wife, Ida and two
employees, Bessie Justice and Minnie Justice. He also devised property
located at 2568 Winchester Ave., in Ashland to his brother, "Cap". See
Will
records of Carter County, Ky.

[NI27045] Tombstone

[NI27050] Marie and Paul were married in the presence of Noah Brown and Pearl Brown.

[NI27056] June and Earl were married in the presence of Roger Holbrook and Missouri
Haywood.

[NI27064] Laveda was a retired teacher fro mthe Lewis County school system with 40
years
service and a member of the Laurel Point Christian Holiness Church. She
was
a graduate of Morehad State University. Her funeral was conducted at
Laurel
Point Christian Holiness Church by the Rev. Clifford Muse, President of
the
Kentucky Christian Conference. Arrangement were handled by Dickerson
Funeral
Home in Vanceburg. At the time of her death Laveda has 7 grandchildren
and
2 gr grandchildren.
Kentucky cert.#24930, vol 050

[NI27066] Shirley was a graduate of Lewis County High in the class of 1967 and
attended
Morehead State University.

[NI27067] Jimmy served a four year tour in Germany following a tour of duty in Viet
Nam,
during which time he received many honors and medals for his heroric
actions,
according to a newspaper article published in 1972.

[NI27069] Bert was elected to the Kentucky senate in 1949, he served in the General
Assembly in its 1952, 1954, 1962, and 1964 sessions. He served two terms
as a
member of the Kentucky Economic and Security Board, resigning in August,
1971,
because of ill health. He was formerly a Carter County Democratic
Chairman
and school teacher, was appointed to the Kentucky fish and Game
Commission in
1932, and attended Morehead State College. He served 12 years as a
member of

the Carter County (at large) Board of Education. He was a Standard Oil
bulk
oil distribution agent for the area for 28 years, and was a member of the
Globe Christian Church.

Bert's funeral services were conducted at the Olive Hill Christian Church
by the Rev. Jim Tackett and the Rev. Donald Damron. Arrangements were
handled
by Oney Funeral Home.

[NI27075] See Carter Deed Book 63, page 459 for the details of Georgia's family
history.

[NI27080] Lula and Quinn were married in the presence of Lula Cook and Valiree
Renfroe.

[NI27084] one record gives her birth month as January, the other says February.

[NI27087] Caroline and Peter were married in the presence of William Stamper and
George
Stamper.

[NI27088] Peter and Caroline moved to Kansas, where they raised their family. Peter
was a farmer and a business man in Willliamstown, Kansas.

[NI27098] Bill operated a radio statioin in Montana.

[NI27105] Nadine was listed in Who's Who in the Mid West.

[NI27108] Wayne is listed in Who's Who in the Mid West.

[NI27124] Bryce holds a doctorate in Education. He was for a time Principal of
Ralston
Public Schools, Ralston, Nebraska. In 1979 he became Superintendent of
High
Schools in Fairbanks, Alaska.

[NI27144] Ruth died when she was a senior at Kansas University. Ruth was talented
in
art, her mother thought her death was caused by some type of poison in the
paint she was using.

[NI27163] Emmett graduated from the Lincoln-Lee University, Kansas City, Mo., and
began
practicing in Topeka, Kansas.

[NI27168] Kentucky cert.#44350, vol 089

[NI27186] Cecil and Burta were married in the presence of G. R. Stamper and Mable
Armstrong.

[NI27191] Goldie and Charlie were married in the presence of Dewitt Stamper and
Myrtle Kiser.

[NI27193] Elsie and Woodrow were married in the presence of Simon Lewis and Delphia
Buckler.

[NI27199] Following the divorce of his parents, Brian had his last name legally
changed
to Stamper.

[NI27203] At the time of her death, Bertha had 12 grandchildren and 5 great
grandchildren. Her funeral services were conducted at Brock Funeral Home
by Rev. Richard Wilburn. Bertha was a member of the First Christian
Church.

[NI27205] Cammie and Carrie, twins, were both killed in an auto accident, along with
their mother.

[NI27230] Emil and Otis were married in the presence of Hazel Henderson and Mandy
Quincy.

[NI27240] Emily and Calvin were married in the presence of Joseph Stamper and Melvin
McConnell.

[NI27241] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

According to the 1880 Carter Co. Census report, Elizabeth suffered from
sick
headaches. Elizabeth's father died while she was still a young child.
Her
mother remarried and both she and her sister took the last name of Ramey,
although there is no record of their actually having been adopted.
Elizabeth
filed for separate maintenance from Henderson on 6/22/1889 stating they
were
married in 1853 and lived together until 1888 (Book 3, Page 31).

[NI27242] Henderson and Elizabeth had quite a marriage. They didn't get along.
She was
a "pouter" and eventually Henderson built her a Pout House in the back
yard.
She would go out there and pout for days, the children bringing her food
and
water. Despite the fact that they didn't get along they had 12
children. But
Henderson got tired of it and picked up with another woman, and moved to
the
next County to live with her. Elizabeth, through her son Milton, sued
him.

Milton took depositions from his brothers and sisters, all of which are
contained in the Carter County Court records. Elizabeth ended up with
most of
Henderson's property as a result of her lawsuit. After the divorce
Henderson
moved to Rowan County, Kentucky along with Eliza Switen.

[NI27243] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

Margaret and John were married in the presence of J. W. Russell and James
P.
Davis. Margaret was living with her daughter at the time of her death.
Her
funeral services were conducted at the home of her son, William, by Rev.
Ott
Furnish. At the time of her death, Margaret had 7 grandchildren.

[NI27244] Sophia and Oscar were married in the presence of John Jones, Susan Erwin,
and
Eliza Johnson. According to their marriage record, Sophia's parents were
born
in Harlan County, Kentucky.

[NI27245] Account Book of John L. Erwin

Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

[NI27247] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

Leslie was born to Margaret prior to her marriage to John Davis, so he
took
the last name of Erwin. Leslie and Maggie were married in the presence of
W. A. Tipton and Icia Dean. Leslie's will is recorded in Will Book 5 at
Page
467. Actually it was a joint will wherein Leslie and Maggie left
everything
to the surviving spouse with the remainder to their surviving children and
their two grand daughters Bessie Blanche Erwin Baker and Helen Ray
Stallard
in equal shares.

[NI27248] Maggie was an early Erwin historian and genealogist. Although not an
Erwin by blood, she probably knew more of the collective Erwin history
than anyone else. Many of the stories and recollections preserved today,
came down through Maggie. She said she listened to family tales around
the fireplace in winter and at picnics and gatherings in the summer.

[NI27251] Ruby and Lowell were married in the presence of John Baker and Earl James.

[NI27256] Voter Registration Card

Edna and Steve were married in the presence of M. H. Craycraft and Clyde
James.

[NI27259] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Quentin and Rosa were married in the presence of Mrs. Mary Davis and
Martha
Hedge.

[NI27264] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI27266] Delores and Roger were married in the presence of Earnest Hedge and
Emmagene
Hedge.

[NI27274] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Inez and Shirley were married in the presence of Quinten Erwin and Carea
Branham.

[NI27278] Marilyn and Beauford were married in the presence of Herman Stephens and
Dessie Cline.

[NI27282] Rosemary and Carl were married in the presence of Charles Fultz and Evelyn
Fultz.

[NI27286] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI27288] Helen and Fred were married in the presence of Shelby L. Lawhorn and
Buddy L.
Garvin. Helen, who was raised by her grandparents, Almo and Doris, was a
member of the Trough Camp Holiness Church. Her funeral was conducted at
Oney-Henderson Funeral Home in Olive Hill by Kenny Hamilton and Randy
Binion.
At the time of her death, Helen had 4 grandchildren.

[NI27299] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Wilma and Tom were married in the presence of Mrs. shirley Baker and Wilma
Watson.

[NI27301] Bessie and Will were married in the presence of Thomas McGinnis and Calvin
Buckler.

[NI27305] Joyce and Earl were married in the presence of Leslie Erwin and Bertha
Burchett.

[NI27310] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Iva and Willie were married in the presence of Maggie Erwin and Lucille
Erwin.

[NI27313] Julia and Clifford were married in the presence of Charles Bishop and
William Braden.

[NI27322] Sarah was a member of the First Christian Church of Carter. Her funeral
services were conducted at Bethel Chapel, Ky. under the direction of
Windel- Howland Funeral Home. At the time of her death, Sarah had 18
grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.

[NI27326] Floral Hills Cem is now known as Sunset Cem. Willie's funeral services
were
conducted at the Harrison Funeral Home. Willie was a retired craine
operator
for the Norfolk and Western Railway.

[NI27327] Cora's funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Phillip D. Malone at
Harrison Funeral Home. At the time of her death Cora had 5 grandchildren
and
2 great grandchildren.

[NI27332] Loval and Davie were married in the presence of Linnie Johnson and Malissa
Johnson.

[NI27334] Inez was a member of North Moreland United Methodist Church. Her funeral
services were conducted at Brock Funeral Home in Portsmouth by Rev. Noah
Sullivan.

[NI27337] Mary and William were married in the presence of Letha James and Willie
James.

[NI27341] Clarice and Bobby were married in the presence of Hildreth Flannery,
Carmal Lowe and Billy Lowe.

[NI27344] Affidavit of Descent, Carter County Court Clerk's Records

[NI27346] Phyllis and O.C. were married in the presence of Geneva Griffey and Loval
James.

[NI27351] Sarah and George were married in the presence of Dennis McGlone and Zeak
McGlone.

[NI27353] Roland and Cora were married in the presence of Sammie McGlone and Ina
Jessee.

[NI27356] In addition to their daughter, Jessie and Francis also raise their niece,
Opal Belle Renfro Reed of Venice, Florida.

[NI27357] Junior and Belle were married in the presence of Delores Davis and Nora
McGlone.

[NI27361] At the time of her death Bessie had 3 grandchildren and 6 great
grandchildren.

[NI27362] Robert as a World War II veteran and retired from Empire Detroit Steel
where
he was employed for 20 years in the yard department. His funeral services
were conducted at Pennington-Cox Funeral Home by the Rev. Homer Harris.
Graveside military rites were conducted by the James Dickey Post American
legion.

[NI27365] Robert was a retired guard from Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, an
Army veteran serving during World War II and a member of Veterans of
Foreign
Wars 3638.

[NI27367] Dick retired in 1960 after 30 years service as Lucasville district
serviceman
for Ohio Power. He was a veteran of World War I and helped organize the
Lucasville Volunteer Fire Department in 1942, and had been a member ever
since. He was a member of the Lucasville Methodist Church. Dick's
funeral
services were conducted at McKinley Funeral Home in Lucasville, with Rev.
Dale Bumgarner officiating.

[NI27377] Howard served as a Sgt 6th Ranger Inf. BN.

[NI27379] At the time of his death, Robert was also survived by 16 grandchildren and
26 great grandchildren. His funeral was conducted by Rev. Greogry
Pennington.
Robert was formerly employed by Ohio schools & Portsmouth Receiving
Hospital.

[NI27380] Mamie was a former Selby Shoe Co. employee and a member of Central Church
of
Christ. Her funeral services were conducted at Windel-Howland & Brant
Funeral Home by Rev. Harold Brantley.

[NI27395] Lawrence and Myrtle were married in the presence of Joe F. Ward and
Imogene B.
Horton.

[NI27398] Lawrence died following an extended illness. He was a member of the
Pilgrim
Holiness Church and the Odd Fellows Lodge in Carter. His funeral services
were conducted at Kibbey Chapel by Rev. Clyde Jordan. At the time of his
death, Lawrence had 5 grandchildren.

[NI27410] Kentucky cert #50405, vol 101

[NI27413] Jim attended the Carter Christian Holiness Church. He was a World War II
Army veteran and a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the
Masonic
Lodge of Olive Hill 629. Jim's funeral was conducted at Globe Funeral
Chapel
by Rev. Bill Burnett and Rev. Russell Burnet.

[NI27414] Wallace as a 1953 graduate of Olive Hill High School. His funeral
services
were conducted at the Funeral Home in Lynn, IN, with Rev. Russel Fraley
officiating.

[NI27420] Dana and Randy were married in the presence of Dave Stamper and Amy J.
Simpson.

[NI27425] Pearl was a member of Pilgrim Holiness Church in Wheelersburg and resided
in
Scioto County for the last 36 years of her life. Her funeral services
were
conducted at the Church by Rev. Roy Hill and Roy Heimbach. At the time of
her death she had four grandchildren.

[NI27431] Violet and Elwood were married in the presence of Mrs. Ella Jarvis and
Lewis
Hall.

[NI27437] Rosa and Lonnie were married in the presence of Dora Hall. Rosa died
following an illness of two weeks. Her funeral services were conducted at
the Bethel Church under the direction of Leslie A. Henderson Jr. Funeral
Home.

[NI27441] Cleda and Earl were married in the presence of James Duncan and Marcelle
Duncan.

[NI27445] Homer, an Otway native, was a World War I veteran and a embmer of Aurora
Masonic Lodge since 1924. He was a retired dispatcher for the Dayton and
Cincinati divisions of King Bros. Transporation Co. His funeral was
conducted
at Brock Funeral Home by Rev. Roy Scarem. At the time of his death,
Homer had
2 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

[NI27454] Clevie taught first grade at Carter Elementary School for 37 years. She
was
a member of the Carter Christian Holiness Church. Her funeral was
conducted
at the Globe Chapel at Olive Hill by Rev. James Tackett and Rev. Elwood
Cooper.
Kentucky cert.#63919, vol 128

[NI27455] Obituary

Simon's funeral was conducted at Globe Funeral Chapel at Olive Hill by the
Rev. Bill Burnett and the Rev. Vernon Oakley. A Masonic service and a
military service was conducted by Disabled American Veterans Chapter 147.

[NI27460] Obituary

Martha, whose husband predeceased her, died of Uremia due to severe
generalized Arteriosclerosis and Hypertensive H.P., according to her death
certificate. Her funeral services were conducted at Vancebury Christian
Church with Rev. Stanley Shippey officiating. Arrangements were handled
by
Plummer Funeral Home.

[NI27461] William and Martha were married in the presence of Joseph Fults and John
Duncan.

[NI27473] 1870 Carter County Census

When Hiram and Anna married, Jefferson Stamper sent a note: "I am
willing for
Hiram Stamper to marry." The note was also signed by David Mahan. Hiram
and
Anna were married in the presence of Stephen Davis and Charles Hinton.

[NI27474] When Hiram and Anna married. A note granting permission for Anna to marry
is
signed by William and Mary Rabourne (spelling differs from parent to
child).

[NI27478] Rosetta and Wilburn were married in the presence of J. W. Jones and Tine
Jones.

[NI27481] Jesse and Malinda were married in the presence of John Thompson.

[NI27482] Harmon was a retired employee of Selby Shoe Co. His funeral services were
conducted at Emrick Scott Funeral Home by the Rev. Richard Ward. At the
time of his death Harmon had 8 granchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

[NI27483] Juanita was raised at Morehead, Ky.

[NI27487] Hiram lived in Carter County, Ky. on a farm at the head of the Smokey
Valley.
He was a farmer and merchant, owning and operating a local grocery store
near
Wesleyville.

[NI27488] Walter was a member of Franklin Avenue United Methodist Church and a
retired
Norfolk and Western Railway conductor. His funeral services were
conducted
by Rev. Thomas Weeks at the Ralph F. Scott Funeral Home.

[NI27491] Stephen's funeral services were conducted by Rev. Richard War at the
Emrick-
Scott funeral home.

[NI27495] Edward served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.

[NI27499] James was employed by Selby Shoe Co. for 25 years and was the owner of
Stamper Apts. His funeral was conducted at Piatt Funeral Home by Rev.
John
Cross. At the time of his death he had 3 grandchildren.

[NI27506] Fatima and Asa were married in the presence of C. W. Stamper and G. W.
Maury.

[NI27508] Tombstone

[NI27509] Squire was the son of William Jennings Owens, born cir 1800 in Wise
County,
Virginia.

[NI27510] Asa moved from Athens County, Ohio into Carter County, Kentucky between
1871-
1873. He enlisted on August 5, 1862 and served as a private in the 92nd
Regiiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company I. Asa was discharged on May
28,
1863 at Nashville, Tennesse, for disability due to a hemorrhage of the
lung.
Asa acquired land near Trough Camp, and the raised his family there.

[NI27511] Albert and Charles married sisters (Wilburn).

[NI27513] Tyndell and Ardith were married in the presence of K. P. Reynolds and
Edith
Reynolds.

[NI27526] Ronald and Bonnie were married in the presence of Paul H. Hedge and Nadine
Dailey.

[NI27529] At the time of his marriage to Nora, William, a widower, was living in
Lorado, WV.

[NI27530] Myrtle and Willie were married in the presence of W. S. Armstrong and
Pearl
Bond. Willie was a widower.

[NI27534] Nora and Willie were married in the presence of Mary Dailey and Myrtle
Burchett.

[NI27535] Ella and N. F. were married in the presence of M. J. Miller and James H.
Miller.

[NI27537] Robert and his mother, Myrtle, were both killed in a fire.

[NI27538] Fairlenia and Gabriel were married in the presence of Mrs. Cecil Garvin
and
Mrs. H. T. Masters.

[NI27544] Emma and Andrew were married in the presence of Arthur Tackett and Flossie
Tackett.

[NI27546] Lonnie was a retired quality control supervisor with Metal Forge of
Columbus,
Ohio, and was a World War II Army veteran. He was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Grayson. Lonnie's funeral services were conducted at
Malone
Funeral Home by the Rev. Charles Davis.

[NI27554] Florence taught school in Carter Co., Ky. She and George moved to
Hazelton,
kansas and lived with her brother, Dr. Frank Leslie Stallard for a period
of
time. They returned to Ky. in 1922, then moved to Portsmouth, Ohio and
then
to E. Danville, Ohio. florence could pay on the piano any musical
composition
she heard, although she had no musical training. She also possessed
certain
psychic abilities, relating to those she loved; being able to predict
certain
events in their lives.

[NI27556] Lottie, who was divorced at the time of her marriage to David, and David
were married in the presence of G. W. Henderson and Asa Dailey.

[NI27576] Patton and Cynthia were married in the presence of James Fults and Selvey
Fults.

[NI27578] Elwood and Nellie attended Olive Hill High School with the class of 1942.
They
owned and operated Dailey's Jewelry Stores in Olive Hill and Grayson for
45
years. The made their residence in Olive Hill. They were active in
P.T.A.
and served on the Advisory Board of Erie School. Elwood helped organize
Little
League Baseball in Olive hill and was coach of the Reds team for 8 years.
He
served as Softball Commissioner for the local teams for several years. He
was
a fan of the "Comets" of Olive Hill, the Ky Wildcats & the Cincinnati
Reds.

[NI27579] Nellie is retired and resides in Olive Hill. She is a volunteer at
Bethany
House Christian Service Center, where she serves on the advisory board.
She
is active in Extension Homemakers and attends First Christian Church.

[NI27580] Danny attended Erie School until the school closed in 1957. He graduated
from
Olive Hill High School in 1964. He received his Bachelor of Science from
Morehead State University in 1968 and his Master of Science in Community
Development from the University of Louisville in 1975. He served in View
Nam
as a commissioned officer of the United States Army and was honorably
discharged with the rank of Captain in 1972 where he is Executive
Director of
The Evergreens, Inc.

[NI27584] Marty attended Erie School until the school closed in 1957, Olive Hill
Elementary School, and Olive Hill High School. He graduated from
University
Breckenridge School in the class of 1968. He received a Bachelor of Arts
and
Bachelor of Theology from Kentucky Christian College in 1974 and a Master
of
Science in Mathematics from Morehead State University in 1975. He was
ordained
as a minister in 1974 and continues to minister in church in Ky., Oh, and
WV.

He operates a computer consulting business and serves as a part-time
faculty
member of Eastern Kentucky University. He and his family reside at
Richmond,
Kentucky.

[NI27589] Mary and Russell were married in the presence of Effie Holmes and Ella
Tabor.

[NI27591] Betty and James were married in the presence of Juanita Tabor and Labe
Tabor.

[NI27595] Wylie and Avis were married in the presence of Violet Burchett and Earl
Knipp.

[NI27598] Gladys was the daughter of Johnny Akers.

[NI27601] Grace's funeral was conducted at Pennington Funeral Home in New Boston,
Ohio,
by Rev. Lloyd Senters. At the time of her death she had 15 grandchildren,
18 great grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren.

[NI27604] Ina's funeral arrangments were handled by Erwin Funeral Home, and the
service
was conducted by Rev. Melford Riddlebarger at Long Run Free Will Baptist
church.

[NI27607] Jesse and Gracie were married in the presence of Ellen Miller and Gooey
Brinegar.

[NI27614] KY Birth cert #26343, vol 53

[NI27618] Kentucky cert #18349, vol 37

[NI27635] Emmitt was a World War II Navy veteran and a self-employed electrician,
and
a member of Harrison-Fullerton Mason Lodge No. 937. His funeral services
were conducted at Roberson Funeral Home by the Rev. Harley Johnson.
Military
graveside rites were conducted by James L. Flannery American Legion Post
276.

[NI27637] Robert was a World War II veteran and a member of James L. Fannery Post
American Legion. His funeral services were conducted at Roberson Funeral
Home
by the Rev. Harley Johnson.

[NI27649] Lula attended Gephart Christian Baptist Church. Her funeral services were
conducted at Pennington Funeral Home in New Boston, Ohio by the Rev. Ed
Beesler. At the time of her death Lula had 13 grandchildren and 1 great
grandchild.

[NI27657] Grandville died of a heart attack. He was a member of the Arcadia First
Baptish Church in Arcadia, SC. Grandville went to live with an older
sister
in Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio after his mother's death. As a
youngster,
he went to the Textile Industrial Institute in Spartanburg, SC, where he
worked part time and went to school part time. He had a beautiful voice
and
directed the church choir. It was at the Saxon Baptist Church, that he met

his future wife, Margaret, a native of Spartanburg. After marrying, they
moved to North Carolina where they first child was born and later
returned to
Spartanburg where two more children were born and where Margaret still
resides
in 1995.

[NI27667] Mary Jane was a former employee of Mitchellace, Inc. and a member of St.
Mary's Catholic Church, where her funeral services were conducted. A wake
was held at Melcher Funeral Home where her body lay in state.

[NI27682] Otto served in the U.S. Navy during WW II. He was a member of the
International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Tradesmen.

[NI27692] Ralph's funeral services were conducted by Henderson Funeral Home in Olive
Hill.

[NI27702] Walter and Nell were married in the presence of Luella Hall and Douglas
Hall.

[NI27703] Nell's funeral services were conducted at Robertson Funeral Home by Rev.
Lloyd Harris.

[NI27712] Frances 'Frankey' J. is listed as age 18 in 1860 and age 24 in 1870 Green
Co, IND census records.

[NI27714] Nora and Hugh were married in the presence of Bertha Stamper.

[NI27725] Alpha died from injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Kentucky
Route
32. Her funeral was conducted at Northcutt and Son Funeral Home by Rev.
Keith Nelson Pennington, Rev. Jack Tackett, and Rev. Troy Todd.

[NI27738] Donald never married.

[NI27744] Ethel and Sam were married in the presence of Bertha Leadingham and Sidney
Louie Fraley. Kentucky cert.#40454, vol 081

[NI27746] Bill was a World War II veteran.
Kentucky cert.#15943, vol 040

[NI27747] Violet's funeral services were conducted at Roberson Funeral Home in South
Shore by the Rev. Harley Johnson.

[NI27753] Kelly and Sarah were married in the presence of William McDavid and
Saul Hale.

[NI27756] Arnold and Bessie were married in the presence of H. C. Gee and Hobart
Haney.

[NI27783] tombstone. Kentucky Death Records. Certificate 07978, vol 43. 24 Mar
1943, age 65, Carter Co, KY. Buried March 28, 1943, Bethel Church
Cemetery, Carter Co., KY. "Carter County, a Pictorial History" by George
Wolfford, states Albert was born February 1, 1878, s/o Jefferson and
Martha Erwin Stamper, died March 26, 1943.

[NI27788] Upon the death of her father, Louana purchased the family farm. See Deed
Book 73 at Page 355 for Affidavit of Descent of Albert and the deed of
conveyance.

[NI27792] John and Ethel were married in the presence of Carll Lee Jaynes and Luanna
Stamper. John's funeral was conducted at Oney-Henderson Fuenral Home in
Olive
Hill by Hansel Webb. At the time of his death, John had 18 grandchildren
and
13 great grandchildren.

[NI27793] At the time of her death, Ethel had 19 grandchildren & 4 great
grandchildren.

[NI27797] Estel and Evelyn were married in the presence of John Stamper and Linda
Stamper.

[NI27808] Debra and Charles were married in the presence of Virgil Stamper, Jr. and
Janet Stamper.

[NI27819] tombstone

At the time of his death, Charlie had 5 grandchildren, 13 great
grandchildren,
and 7 great great grandchildren. His funeral services were conducted by
Rev.
Randy Binion at the Oney-Henderson Funeral Home in Olive Hill.

[NI27821] Virgie and Charles were married in the presence of R. Stamper and Ray
Damron.

[NI27832] Julia and John were married in the presence of Elmer Dailey and Melvin
Erwin. They are both buried Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY

[NI27835] Burrell served with the 20th KY INF, Company C during the Civil War.

[NI27836] Myrtle and Robert were married in the presence of T. H. Bronson.

[NI27841] Clyde's death was described in an article in the Ashland Daily
Independent on
June 29, 1955, as follows:

KENTUCKY MAN FATALLY HURT IN AUTO WRECK

BULLETIN
IRONTON, O., June 29 - Relatives of a man fatally hurt in an automobile
accident yesterday identified him as Clyde Jordan, 53, of Upper Tygart,
Ky.,
shortly after noon today, according to John Rockwood of Frank Feuchter
Funeral
Home here.
The body will be taken to Henderson Funeral Home at Olive Hill this
afternoon, he said.

IRONTON, O., June 29 - A man tentatively identified as Clyde Jordan, 53,
of
Upper Tygart, Ky. was killed shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday when a car in
which he was riding crashed into a truck bed at Third and Vine Streets
here.
It was Ironton's second traffic fatality this year. Hillard Gipson, 24,
of
Russell was killed May 1.
John Rockwood, an attendant at Frank Feuchter Funeral Home here, said
officials were awaiting the arrival of members of Jordan's family for
positive
identificaiton.
Driver of the car, Kenneth F. harris, 25, also of Upper Tygart was charged
with reckless driving by State Highway Patrolman James Cooper and is being
held in city jail for investigation by Ironton police.
Jordan was identified by Harris, official said. There were cards in
Jordan's pockets identifying as John Arthur Jordan and Clyde Jordan.
Lawrence County Coroner, Dr. Harry Nenni said the operator's license in
Jordan's pocket, identifying him as Clyde Jordan, showed he had brown
hair and
borwn eyes. The dead Man's eyes and hair were gray. He did not appear
to be
53 years of age, the coroner was quoted as saying.
The crash occurred when a truck belonging to Marshall Griffith, local
concrete contractor, and driven by Fred Hammond was westbound and turning
left
into the Henrite Products Co. plant. The car was eastbound and attempted
to
swerve around the rear of the truck when it crashed into the truck bed.
Patrolman Cooper was quoted by city police as saying he stopped the car
for
investigation a few minutes before the accident but the driver pulled
away as
the patrolman was parking his cruiser prior to questioning the occupants.

[NI27846] Clevie and Clyde were married in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Carsal
McGlone.

[NI27849] Eliza and Asa were married in the presence of John Jordan and Julia
Jordan.
At the time of her death Liza had 3 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren,
and
3 great-great grandchildren. Her funeral was conducted at Globe Funeral
Chapel in Olive Hill by Hansel Webb and Don Flatt.
It is noted that Eliza A Jourdan (age 17) and Christina Riley (age 22)
were boarder s in the Home of Washington "Wash" Stamper, age 43 and
apparently widowed at the time

[NI27850] Robert and Eliza were married in the presence of Harlan Proctor and Vada
Harris.

[NI27859] Garnet and Clarence were married in the presence of Robert Green and
Jessie
Hollingsworth.

[NI27867] Myrtle and Johnnie were married in the presence of Virginia Jarvis and
Kenneth Lowe.

[NI27871] Hazel died as a child.

[NI27880] Mary Jane died in early childhood.

[NI27888] John was a resident of Vanceburg, Lewis Co., Ky. at the time of his
death. He
died from a coronary occulsion.

[NI27899] According to verbal family history handed down through generations,
Cynthia
was a full blooded Cherokee Indian.

[NI27904] Myrtle and Oscar were married in the presence of Mary Gallion and Carrie
Kiser. According to their marriage license, this was a third marriage for
both Myrtle and Oscar, and they are listed as widow and widower,
respectively.

[NI27905] Seymour and Myrtle were married in the presence of Reese Patton and Harry
Erwin.

[NI27907] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

[NI27909] According to their marriage license Earn was divorced and Myrtle was a
widow.
They were married were married in the presence of Nora Barker and Lula
Barker.

[NI27910] Last Will and Testament, Carter Co., KY

Oscar having remarried left 1/2 of his estate to his children and 1/2 to
the
children of his second wife, Belle. Oscar and Carrie were married in the
presence of Ben Arrowood and Dona Peyton.

[NI27911] Probate Records, Carter Co., KY

Arminta died intestate. Oscar Erwin was appointed as Administrator and
Willis
Erwin signed as surety. Her funeral which cost $495.00 was handled by
Henderson Funeral Home, and her heirs, Grace Porter, Willis Erwin, Oscar
Erwin
Plummer Underwood, and the 6 heirs of Wallace Erwin split her estate 5
ways,
each share of the estate being worth $565.00, according to the final
settlement filed by Oscar.

[NI27912] Affidavit of Descent Carter Co.
Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

One day, Stephen brought home a baby girl, Laural, gave her to Arminta &
told
her she had a new child to raise. Local gossip named Katherine Conn as
the
natural mother. It is not known if Laural ever knew that Arminta was not
her
natural mother as she always listed Arminta Erwin as her mother.

[NI27913] Arvil and Wilma were married in the presence of Bertha Litteral and Lloyd
Litteral.

[NI27917] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI27920] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI27921] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

[NI27922] Birth and Death Records for Carter Co., Kentucky

Ernest is a twin to his sister, Laverne.

[NI27923] Laverne was a twin to her brother, Ernest.

[NI27924] Information obtained from "Appalachia Crossroads" Vol. 1 Descendants of
Hezekiah Sellards, by Clatyon R. Cox.

Jewll and Herbert were married in the presence of Cora Hicks and Clare
Alice
Hicks.

[NI27925] Herbert was a retired employee of the General Refractories Co. and
Consolidated Technology. He was a member of the Christian Church. His
funeral
services were conducted at the Christian Church in Olive Hill by the Rev.
David Shanlin. Arrangements were handled by Leslie A. Henderson Funeral
Home in Olive Hill. At the time of his death Herbert had 6 grandchildren.

[NI27933] Ethel received her Master Degree from MSU in 1976 and she is employed at
the
MSU School of Nursing.

[NI27934] Lonnie received his BS Degree fro MSU in 1974, and his Masters Degree
from MSU
in 1976. He is employed by the Environmental Proection Agency in
Morehead.

[NI27942] Otis and Margaret were married in the presence of Zelma Fardge and
Margaret
Day.

[NI27955] Margy died of Puerperal Septicemia.

[NI27958] Clarence and his brother-in-law John Jacobs, were killed in an automobile
accident on State Highway Route 139, Eden Park, rural Portsmouth, Ohio.
Clarence served in the U.S. Navy during WWII, on the U.S.S. Sandoval (APA
194)
as a Machinst Midshipman 3rd Class.

[NI27959] KY Birth cert #18137, vol 37

[NI27963] Sam and Nora were married in the presence of Frank Garvin and Nathan
Baker.

[NI27966] KY Birth cert #46935, vol 94

[NI27971] KY Birth cert #11372, vol 23

[NI27975] Tom was the son of George Tomes.

[NI27988] Tombstone

[NI27990] Don and Lois were married in the presence of William E. Lowe and Louise W.
Lowe.

[NI27994] Susan and Walter were married in the presence of Sandi Stamper and James
Ray
Callihan.

[NI28000] Eula and Billy were married in the presence of Rosemary Stanley and Ray
Stamper.

[NI28003] Mark and Kimberly were married in the presence of Kelly A. Moore and
Jackie
Stamper.

[NI28009] age 6 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census

[NI28021] Funeral services for Carrie were conducted on Saturday, February 20, 1988
at
Malone Funeral Home by Dennis Romans, F.M. McNurlin and Clell Elliott.
At the
time of her death, Carrie had 42 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren.

[NI28022] Allard and Carrie were married in the presence of Noah Sagraves and Maud
Burnett.

[NI28059] This child does not appear in the records of Bruce Logan.

[NI28072] Lewis County, Ky. Vital Statistics

[NI28084] Tommie preceeded his mother in death according her obituary.

[NI28095] Commie died of pneumonia due to cardiac decompensation and senility, at
the
home of his sister, Lena Utt. According to a newspaper article in the
Lewis
Co. Herald, Commie was honored with a surprise birthday party in August,
1965.

[NI28114] Sylvester and Hiley were married in the presence of Wm. Raburn and Michael
Moore.

[NI28138] Acie's funeral services were conducted at the Stucky, Back and Cline
Funeral
Home by Rev. Robert L. Shockey of Ashland.

[NI28145] Mary Bell died in her early teens.

[NI28146] Martha and T. Thomas were married in the presence of John L. Stamper and
Christina Stamper.

[NI28153] John is listed as John Allen Stamper on his son Valdis' marriage
certificate. John and Cynthia were married in the presence of Joe
McGlone, G. W. McGlone
and G. M. McGlone.

[NI28154] Cynthia died of acute pulmonary adema.

[NI28158] Obituary

Ida was also survived by a step daughter, Margo Lane of Portsmouth, six
granchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and four stepgrandchildren. Her
funeral
was conducted at the Dickerson Funeral Home in Vanceburg by Rev. Clarence
Hall.

[NI28165] Alta was salutorian of the 1957 Lewis County High School graduating class.

[NI28166] Lloyd and Alta were married in the presence of Dorse Underwood and Freida
Liles Underwood.

[NI28170] Goldie was killed in an auto accident at the age of 14.

[NI28189] Walter was a Christian Faith Protestant and a retired engineer for the
Penn-Central Railroad with 34 years of service. His funeral services were
conducted at the Malone Funeral Home in Grayson by Rev. Bennie Wadkins.

[NI28192] John L. Stamper signed a surety on Ada and Woodrow's marriage license.
Ada and
Woodrow were married in the presence of Opal Zornes and Edna Smith.

[NI28197] Henry and Nevada were married in the presence of H. R. Clough and Thurman
Parker.

[NI28202] Tombstone

[NI28203] Pet was a wonderful christian woman, always strong and bearing the
burdens of
others. At the time of her death, she had 14 grandchildren, 18 great
grandchildren, and 5 great-great-grandchildren. Her funeral arrangements
were
conducted by Sparks Funeral Home and her funeral services were conducted
by
Lewis Davis, Bill Burnett, Elwood Cooper and Monroe Burton.

[NI28205] Joann taught music at Carter Elementary School for twenty-five years and
was
pianist for the Carter Christian Holiness Church. She had played piano
for a
number of years for "Five for the Gospel". She had a talent that was
truly
God given. Even more she was a beautiful christian person who loved to
smile
and to make others smile with her. Joann's funeral services were
conducted
by Bill Burnett, Everett Burnett, and Russell Burnett.

[NI28214] Donnie is a member of the gospel group, "The Smith Creek Boys".

[NI28215] Gail and Donnie are members of Smith Creek Christian Holiness Church.

[NI28217] Lena's funeral services were conducted at the Dickerson Funeral Home by
the
Rev. Howard Wilson. At the time of her death Leana had 6 grandchildren
and
several great grandchildren.

[NI28218] Donnetta and Brian were married in the presence of Raymond Stamper and
Ruth
Stamper.

[NI28225] At the time of her death, Dorthy had 16 grandchildren and 4 great
grandchildren. Her funeral services were conducted at the Dickerson
Funeral
Homer in Vanceburg, Ky. by the Rev. Clarence Hall.

[NI28235] Tina and Joe are twins.

[NI28243] Isaac and Betty were married in the presence of Cleve Carper and Mary
Carper.

[NI28247] Bruce was stillborn.

[NI28258] Effie and Merle were married in the presence of Carl F. Hall and S. L.
Lyon.

[NI28261] VANCEBURG, KENTUCKY
LEWIS COUNTY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1982

WILLIAM UTT, 69 DIES OF SELF-INFLICTED GUNSHOT WOUND

Wilburn Utt, a 69 year old Lewis County man, apparently took his own life
Friday night, June 25, 1982.
A resident of the Head of Grassy community, he was found dead Saturday
morning by his children. Death was apparently the result of a
self-inflicted
gunshot wound in the right temple.
A spokesman for the Kentucky State Police said no ruling has been made on
the cause of death pending the results of an autopsy which was performed
Sunday in Louisville. He said the weapon involved was a 9 mm German
Luger.
Utt had been in poor health for some time and sources said his condition
had deteriorated rapidly in the past several days. He was an outpatient
at
the Veteran's Hospital in Lexington.
He was a retired welder and Navy veteran of World War II.
Lewis County Coroner Harold "Skip" Bryant and the Kentucky State Police
are
investigating the incident.
Dickerson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

[NI28263] James and Minnie were married in the presence of Opal Lewis and Edward
Lewis. Kentucky cert #46757, vol 94

[NI28273] Kentucky cert #50452, vol 101

[NI28274] According to their marriage license, Robert had previously been married
three
times and Mary once. Mary and Robert were married in the presence of
Linda
McGlone and Donald McGlone.

[NI28277] Minta and James were married in the presence of Christina Stamper and
Charley Stamper.

[NI28281] Stella and Earnest were married in the presence of Willie Williams and Ed
Sexton.

[NI28291] Harrison and Ruby were married in the presence of W. M. Stamper and
Virginia
Stamper. According to their marriage license, Harrison and Ruby were both
residents of Kenova, WV.

[NI28301] Rebecca and Amos were married in the presence of Christina Stamper, and
Elmer
Stamper.

[NI28304] Silvia & sisters were the great grand daughters of Edward Polly, a
patriot who served in the Revolutionary War as a Private, in the Virginia
Line, under Captain Burton. One birth date given as September 2, 1822.
Other birthdate given as August 12, 1822. Which one is Correct? As a
matter of fact, it appears that KY Vital Statistics provides evidence of
birth dates for several of these children which becomes VERY
controversial and unlikely.

[NI28307] Wesley is buried; Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY. Wesleyville
was named after Wesley Fults. He was a Minister in the Christian Church
of KY who along with his brother Authur and a man named Lawhorn, each
gave part of their property where it joined to what is now Bethel Church
& Cemetery. The original church was built in a large share by the
resources of Wesley where when completed he often conducted services.
Wesley attended the Charter Conference of the founding of the Christian
Church in KY. As each of Wesley's children married, he gave them a piece
of land & built them a home.
It should be noted that there are obvious discrepancies with the birth
dates of the children in this family, but appear to be supported by KY
Vital statistics which THIS author has not personally viewed, but are
attested to by others more closely related to this line who HAVE seen
those records.

[NI28309] Obediah and Martha lived in Russell, Tazewell and Wythe counties of
Virginia
before moving to Kentucky around 1818. He and his wife are both buried
Stallard Cemetery, Smokey, Carter Co., KY

[NI28318] James came to Carter Co. about 1864. He is the nephew of Green Stallard
that
married Nancy's sister, Elizabeth. James traded his home in Southwestern
Virginia on Clinch river near the present site of Dungannon, Virginia to
James
Smith for a farm in Carter County, at Smokey Valley near Olive Hill.
James
and Green Stallard, who had also traded farms with James Smith, came to
Ky. to
finalize the transaction.

James left Winnie to bring the family of seven children ages one to
fourteen
years. To make the journey Winnie had three horses (one good and two not
so
good) and a guide who often lost his way. Their daughter, Elizabeth was
told
that she was going to see pappy. Thinking she could make the trip in one
day,
she walked so much she developed a heel sprint.

On the way they met some soldiers who took their two best horses. This of
course made Winnie angry. One night one of the child cried so for water
that
Winnie went to find some. She fell over a low cliff. Luckily, she broke
no
bones, but was plenty shook up. She and the children eventually arrived
in
Carter Co., and Winnie and James never moved again.

After the death of James and Winnie, the farm was given to their son,
Charles.
Charles had no children. He spent his entire life on that farm. The
original house is still used, but it has had some remodeling. The family
burial plot is on the farm near the home.

[NI28319] Edward died in infancy.

[NI28322] Arthur served in the Kentucky State Legislature.

[NI28324] Chester died in infancy.

[NI28325] Calvin, known as Cal Starr, and his family were prominent country music
entertainers.

[NI28328] George died of a cerebral hemorhage and paralysis of is right side. He
began
his first business in 1874. He was a member of the Masonic Order, with
the Knight Temple Degree. He assisted in organizing the Deposit Bank at
Vanceburg and served as a director and its president for 27 years.

[NI28346] Harold and Shirley settled at Wheelersburg, Ohio.

[NI28350] Death, following a prolonged illness covering several years, claimed one
of Lewis County's older citizens, when Mrs. Rebecca Roe died at her home
one mile west of Vanceburg. Had she lived until Oct. 23, she would have
been 88
years of age, being born in 1873 at the old Stamper homestead at Head of
Grassy. She was educated in the school of that district until the family
moved to Vanceburg in 1889 and her father laid the cornerstone of what
was to later become one of the largest mercantile establishments in the
state. She then enrolled in the Riverside Seminary under the regime of
Piersal and Strother in that institution.
She united with the Vanceburg Christian Church on March 25, 1900, and was
baptised by Rev. J. M. Helm, and since that time was a loyal and devoted
member until the state of her health for several years past made her
attendance impossible.
Next to her church, Mrs. Roe's home was the center of her life. A
tireless worker, she was never satisfied unless she was busy about her
house, her flowers and her garden. Protests from her children to spare
herself were unavailing--she had to be busy until stricken down by ill
health and physical infirmities.
Mrs. Roe's funeral services were held at the Christian Church by the
former
pastor, Rev. Alfred Clifton, under the direction of the Dickerson Funeral
Home.
At the time of her death Mrs. Roe had 15 grandchildren and 28 great
grandchildren. Death, following a prolonged illness covering several
years, claimed one of Lewis County's older citizens, when Mrs. Rebecca
Roe died at her home one mile west of Vanceburg. Had she lived until
Oct. 23, she would have been 88
years of age, being born in 1873 at the old Stamper homestead at Head of
Grassy. She was educated in the school of that district until the family
moved to Vanceburg in 1889 and her father laid the cornerstone of what
was to later become one of the largest mercantile establishments in the
state. She then enrolled in the Riverside Seminary under the regime of
Piersal and Strother in that institution.
She united with the Vanceburg Christian Church on March 25, 1900, and was
baptised by Rev. J. M. Helm, and since that time was a loyal and devoted
member until the state of her health for several years past made her
attendance impossible.
Next to her church, Mrs. Roe's home was the center of her life. A
tireless worker, she was never satisfied unless she was busy about her
house, her flowers and her garden. Protests from her children to spare
herself were unavailing--she had to be busy until stricken down by ill
health and physical infirmities.
Mrs. Roe's funeral services were held at the Christian Church by the
former
pastor, Rev. Alfred Clifton, under the direction of the Dickerson Funeral
Home.
At the time of her death Mrs. Roe had 15 grandchildren and 28 great
grandchildren.

[NI28361] Cyrus and Rebecca were married in the presence of Pierce Carver and John
Cooper.

[NI28368] Kenneth and Josephine lived in Wisconsin where their 2 children were born.
They were divorced in 1946.

[NI28371] Albert and Shirley live in Sacramento, California.

[NI28375] Guy and Edythe live in Elk Grove, California. Edythe collects buggies.

[NI28376] Ellen is employed by the State of California as a surveyor for the state.

[NI28379] Gail owns her own dental lab the "Ortodontist".

[NI28382] Esther is learning the dental trade from her sister, Gail.

[NI28386] Audrey and Hector live in Alsip, Illinois.

[NI28400] Bernice was a teacher in Kentucky and Ohio for 35 years.

[NI28401] Ermal and his family had a beautiful white squirrel as a pet.

[NI28405] Leslie and Alice settled in Fairborn, Ohio.

[NI28410] Keatha and Raymond live in Bristal Ct.

[NI28417] Barbara and Lawrence settled in Columbus, Ohio.

[NI28419] In 1981 Lawrence was in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Montana.

[NI28420] In 1981 Kenneth was in the U.S. Navy stationed in Spain.

[NI28423] Frank graduated from the Kentucky Medical College in Louisville, Kentucky
in
1921. He practiced medicine in Carter Co., Ky., them moved to Hazelton,
Kansas where he practiced until about 1927 when he moved to Geuda Springs,
Kansas and became a partner with his uncle Dr. James Harvey Stallard.
In the
beginning of their marriage, Lizzy operated a drug store in Hazelton and
Frank
had his Dr.'s office in the rear of the building and they had apartments

upstairs. After Frank's death, Lizzy and her son James Elwood owned and
operated the community drug store in Gueda Springs.

Although Frank and his family resided in Kansas, they kept in close
contact
with the Frank's family in Carter Co., Ky.

[NI28425] James and Nina settled in Wichita, Kansas.

[NI28429] Denny and Ralphia were married in the presence of Thomas Kiser and Mary
Burchett.

[NI28432] Obituary

Catherine's funeral services were conducted by Rev. Green Kegley and
arrangements were handled by Leslie A. Henderson Funeral Home. She and
Denny
were married in the presence of Joe Danner, Maggie Dannier and Pearl Rose.

[NI28433] According to her marriage license, Sarah's father was born in Virginia and
her mother was born in Kentucky.

[NI28434] 1880 Carter Co. Census Records

[NI28436] Virgil attended local schools. Initially in grocery and dry goods
business,
later helped organize the sewing factories in Olive Hill, opening the way
for
new industry in that community. He was an avid baseball fan, who aided in
establishing the field at Olive Hill. He was a director of the Peoples
Bank
of Olive Hill, and a member of Masonic Lodge 629 & Order of Eastern Star.
(See Who's Who in Kentucky, 1974).

[NI28437] Ruth and Virgil were married in the presence of Charley Perry and Goldie
Rose.

[NI28451] Wayne and Edna lived on a farm near Olive Hill, Ky. and had no children.
Edna had a severe stroke in 1979.

[NI28453] Arthur died in infancy.

[NI28456] Willard died in infancy.

[NI28461] James William was a poplular country singer known as "Indian Bill". When
he
was four year old, his mother and father moved to Kentucky. At the age of
19
he made his first Radio appearance, and four years later he met Little
Montana.

[NI28462] Little Montana was born in the southern part of kentucky and her parents
moved to Ohio when she was three months old. Then when Montana was 13
years
of age, she started in radio with her two sisters a Hillbilly and Popular
Trio. Then she met Indian Bill. They fell in love and were married.
From
that time on they traveled from coast to coast, and were very successful.
Bill and Montana appeared over both major networks. They also have worked

on WLW, the Nation's Station, Station KRLD, Dallas, Texas, Station KVOO,
Tulsa, Oklahoma, the West Virginia Network and many, many other Radio
Stations.

[NI28463] Jimmie weighed 7 lb 11-1/2 ounce at birth. He was named after one of the
most popular Hillbilly entertainers of history, Jimmy Rogers.

[NI28466] Herbert taught school in Portsmouth, Oh., and later worked for the Shelby
Shoe
Store there. He then became District Manager for Raleigh Products with a
warehouse, store, and route trucks. He was an ordained minister in the
Kentucky Christian Conference. He and Parthenia raised two neices as
their
own, Rosalee & Orene McGlone.

[NI28472] Alma and C.W. were married in the presence of Jasper Coburn and Minamie B.
Coburn.

[NI28481] Norma and John lived in Mansfield, Ohio.

[NI28485] Buford was the son of Harrison Keaton.

[NI28496] Raleigh was one of the prominent educators of Carter County, Ky. He was
Principal of the Carter County High School at the time of his death. He
served in the U.S. navy during WWI and was graduated with an A.B. degree
of
education from Morehead State Teachers College, Morehead, Ky. in 1933.

RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY
CARTER COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

Whereas, it has pleased the Almighty to remove from our midst by death,
our
esteemed friend and fellow teacher, R.K. Stallard, who at his death was
vice-president and a member of the Carter County Teachers Association and
for
many years was a prominent teacher in Carter County, and who maintained
under
all circumstances a character untarnished, and a reputation above
reproach.
Therefore, Resolved, that in the death of Mr. Stallard we have sustained
the loss of a friend whose fellowship it was an honor and a pleasure to
enjoy:
that we will bear willing testimoney to his many virtues, to his
unquestioned
probity and stainless life: that we offer to his bereaved relatives and
mourning friends, over whom sorrow has hung her sable mantle, our
heartfelt
sympahty, and pray that infinite Goodness may bring speedy relief to their
burdened hearts and inspire the with consolations that hope in futurity
and
Faith in God give even in the shadow of the tomb.
Resolved that a copy of these resolutions properly engraved, be presented
to the family of our departed friend and be printed in the newspaper of
the
County.

Committee
Herman McGuire, chairman

[NI28500] Everett and Ernest were twins and both died in infancy.

[NI28502] He and his wife are both buried Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY

[NI28563] Flora and Charles were married in the presence of A. R. Fults and Nathan
Fults.

[NI28568] Waldo and Mae first lived in Morehead, Ky., where they published the
Morehead
Mountaineer newspaper and also owned a 5 & 10 store. Waldo also served a
term
as City Judge of Morehead. They used the resources of their newspaper to
print material for Cora Wilson Stewart and her Moonlight Schools. In 1914
they moved to Olive Hill and purchased the Olive Hill Times newspaper,
changing its masthead to The Carter County Hearld. Waldo served as editor

until his death, after which Mae succeeded him as Editor in 1943 until
their
son Waldo, Jr. took over editorship of the paper. Waldo was a member of
the
Olvie Hill Businessmen's Club, Odd Fellows, and the Elks. He was a
Republican.
Prior to acquiring the Morehead Mountaineer, Waldo went to Kansas in 1905
as owner-editor of Cassoday Times.
Waldo and Mae were married in the presence of Willie H. Willis and Mable
Razor. According to their license, this was a second marriage for Waldo.

[NI28569] According to their marriage license, both of May's parents were deceased
at
the time of her marriage to Waldo.

[NI28574] Alice was a member of the First Baptist Church and Kentucky Historical
Society, a Kentucky colonel and was active in the Young Republican Club
for
18 years where she served as chairman. Her funeral was conducted at
Miller
Funearl Home by Dr. Bill Messer. At the time of her death, Alice had 11
grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.

[NI28584] Waldo worked in the brickyard, defense plant, and served in the U.S. Navy
before succeeding his father as publisher of the Olive Hill Hearld in
1943.
Represented Central School Supply 1951-1979. Served as Republican party
chairman. He was also a Mason.

[NI28586] Jack attened the Olive Hill Schools, graduating with the Class of 1944.
Immediately following graduation Jack was drafted, seeing action with the
103rd Inf. Div. in France, Germany, Austria and Italy, during World War
II.
Graduating from Morehead State Teachers College, Jack started teaching the
fall of 1950 at Olive Hill High School. In 1951, he was named Coach of
the
Comets, having a successful seventeen year tenure, three of his basketball

teams making it to the KHSAA State Basketball Tournament. In 1963, he
served
as Assistant Principal, and in 1968, became principal. He moved to the
newly
formed West Carter High School, with which Olive Hill High School was
consolidated, the fall of 1971, serving as that school's Principal for six
years.
July 1, 1977 Jack was transferred to the Central Office, serving as
Supervisor, until 1984, then being named Assistant Superintendent, a
position
he held until 1988, when he retired. He returned the fall of 1988 as a
part
time Supervisor of Textbooks and Supplies.

[NI28587] Jean, associated with Sally's Flowers in Olive Hill until her retirement,
in
1989, now enjoys being a grandmother.

[NI28590] Both Suzanne and Randy are graduates of Morehead State University, she
being
the Librarian at West Carter Jr. High School and Dr. Steele is practicing
Optometry in Olive Hill and West Liberty. They presently live in
Morehead,
Ky.

[NI28593] William died of ventricular fibreillation due to myocardial infarction.
He
was a member of the Vanceburg Kentucky Christian Church.

[NI28596] Andrea and Dan both graduated from Morehead State University and currently
are working at their alma mater. They reside in Morehead, Ky.

[NI28602] Leta's funeral was conducted at Globe Funeral Home in Olive Hill by the
Rev.
Bill Messer and the Rev. Henry Oakes.

[NI28609] Carrie and B.E. were married in the presence of Herbert Stallard and Reece
Tackett. At the time of her death, Carrie had 16 grandchildren and 26
great
grandchildren. Her funeral services were conducted at the Fawcett,
Oliver and
Glass Funeral Home. In addition to the children listed, Carrie and Vernon
also had stillborn twins, which are buried at Bethel Cemetery.

[NI28618] Hudson was killed in an automobile accident.

[NI28637] Marriage Records, Carter County Court Clerk

[NI28660] Roberta and James were married in the presence of Henry Myers and A.G.
Wilson.

[NI28692] Minnie and Obediah were married in the presence of Green Stallard and John
W. Williams. Obediah was killed while on a Sheriff's possee by Wade
Cooper in Carter Co. Details on Newspaper Microfilm Portsmouth, OH
library. Winnie told her niece Mary Davis Burchett who lives in Lloyd,
Greenup Co., KY that when the incident occured, it was a dark, rainy
night, and Obediah did not want to go on the possee, but felt he must.
Seems he had a premonition of the events to follow. A different source
reports his marriage date as September 15, 1870. buried Bethel Church
Cemetery, Carter Co., KY

[NI28695] The Kingsport Press Kingsport, TN published in 1933 a book by Hugh M
Addington titled "Charles Kilgore of Kings Mountain" A New History of the
Kilgore
Family This book is written about Charles Kilgore's service in the
Revolutionary
War and his family and referes to Allice Kilgore who married David Davis,
Charles' granddaughter. With this established fact anyone who is a blood
descendant of Allice Kilgore Davis, and can complete the necessary
documentaion and other qualifications can qualify for membership in the
Sons or Daughters of the American Revolution, however members must be
invited to join. According to the 1870 census records James Kilgore,
age 24, born in Virginia, was living with Allice and David and was
working as a farm laborer. Given the difference in their ages, it is
assumed that James was Allice's nephew.
The Kingsport Press Kingsport, TN published in 1933 a book by Hugh M
Addington titled "Charles Kilgore of Kings Mountain" A New History of the
Kilgore
Family This book is written about Charles Kilgore's service in the
Revolutionary
War and his family and referes to Allice Kilgore who married David Davis,
Charles' granddaughter. With this established fact anyone who is a blood
descendant of Allice Kilgore Davis, and can complete the necessary
documentaion and other qualifications can qualify for membership in the
Sons or Daughters of the American Revolution, however members must be
invited to join. According to the 1870 census records James Kilgore,
age 24, born in Virginia, was living with Allice and David and was
working as a farm laborer. Given the difference in their ages, it is
assumed that James was Allice's nephew.

[NI28696] David and Alice moved their family to Carter Co., KY about 1855. See deed
book
6 page 405, and settled on lower Smokey. The 1880 Carter Co. Census
report
lists David as a widower stricken with "Billious"& that his daughter
Malissa & her three daughters, his grandson Wade McCoy and a hired hand
named Robert Miller were living with David in addition to his son
William, his daughter Esther and his daughter Alice. The 1850 Scott Co.,
VA census records show that David owned real estate valued at $800.00.
Last Will and Testament of David Davis; I, David Davis of Smokey Valley,
Carter County, Kentucky, being of sound mind but feeble body and in poor
health make this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former
wills. I hereby give and bequeath to my two girls, Easter Ann and Alice
Ellen Davis, the following described tract of land lying in the County
of Carter and State of Kentucky on the waters of Smokey Creek bounded as
follows: Beginning at two beeches in the Schoolhouse yard thence a
strait line a due west course to Stephen Davis line thence south with
said Stephen Davis line to John W. Williams line thence with John W.
Williams line to the old survey thence with the line of the old survey to
the beginning corner. I hereby give and bequeath to my two sons, Hiram
Davis and William S. Davis, the following described tract of land lying
on the waters of Smokey Creek in Carter County, Ky. and bounded as
follows: Beginning at two beeches in the Schoolhouse yard thence west
with the line of the tract of land given to my two girls, Easter Ann and
Alice Ellen to Stephen Davis line thence north with said Stephen Davis
line 40 rods thence due east across the farm to a
hickory sapling standing in the corner of the fence thence with the old
line to the
beginning. I hereby give and bequeath to my dear wife, Amanda Jane Davis
and my three children Clora Elizabeth, David York and Maryan Susanna all
the remainder of my home farm: Beginning in the old line at the corner
of the tract I
give to my two sons, Hiram and William S. Davis; thence with their line
through
the farm to Stephen Davis line with said Davis line north to James
Gilbert's line
thence with said Gilberts line to Stephen Erwins line thence with old
survey to the beginning. I also give and bequeath to my dear wife Amanda
Jane Davis and the three children named above all my personal property
excepting one cupboard, one sewing machine, one side saddle and one
bureau I give to my girl, Easter Ann, one side saddle and my cubbard I
give to my girl, Alice Ellen my bureau and sewing machine.
I hereby constitute and appoint Stephen Davis my executor of this my last
will and testament. I hereby give and bequeath to all the balance of my
children Stepehn Davis, Malissa Underwood, Jesse Davis, Mary Ann Danner,
Winnie Danner and Martha Jane Fults the sum of one dollar each. Witness
my hand this the 9th day of February, 1897. /s/ David "X" Davis; Witness
J. M. Carter John W. Danner Stephen Davis State of Kentucky Carter
County, I, W. H. Mocabee, Clerk of the County Court do certify that the
foregoing will of David Davis, deceased was on the 14th day of February
1898 produced in open court by Stephen Davis and John W. Danner and by
their oaths proved the same to be the last will and testament of David
Davis, deceased and that David Davis heard the said will read to him
before he signed the same and that he signed the same in their presence
and that he was of sound mind and deposing memory at the time of signing
same whereupon the Court ordered that said will be admitted to probate
whereupon the same and this certificate hath been duly recorded in my
office. Given under my hand this February the 14th, 1898 /s/ W. H.
Mocabee, clerkDavid and Alice moved their family to Carter Co., KY about
1855. See deed book
6 page 405, and settled on lower Smokey. The 1880 Carter Co. Census
report
lists David as a widower stricken with "Billious"& that his daughter
Malissa & her three daughters, his grandson Wade McCoy and a hired hand
named Robert Miller were living with David in addition to his son
William, his daughter Esther and his daughter Alice. The 1850 Scott Co.,
VA census records show that David owned real estate valued at $800.00.
Last Will and Testament of David Davis; I, David Davis of Smokey Valley,
Carter County, Kentucky, being of sound mind but feeble body and in poor
health make this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former
wills. I hereby give and bequeath to my two girls, Easter Ann and Alice
Ellen Davis, the following described tract of land lying in the County
of Carter and State of Kentucky on the waters of Smokey Creek bounded as
follows: Beginning at two beeches in the Schoolhouse yard thence a
strait line a due west course to Stephen Davis line thence south with
said Stephen Davis line to John W. Williams line thence with John W.
Williams line to the old survey thence with the line of the old survey to
the beginning corner. I hereby give and bequeath to my two sons, Hiram
Davis and William S. Davis, the following described tract of land lying
on the waters of Smokey Creek in Carter County, Ky. and bounded as
follows: Beginning at two beeches in the Schoolhouse yard thence west
with the line of the tract of land given to my two girls, Easter Ann and
Alice Ellen to Stephen Davis line thence north with said Stephen Davis
line 40 rods thence due east across the farm to a
hickory sapling standing in the corner of the fence thence with the old
line to the
beginning. I hereby give and bequeath to my dear wife, Amanda Jane Davis
and my three children Clora Elizabeth, David York and Maryan Susanna all
the remainder of my home farm: Beginning in the old line at the corner
of the tract I
give to my two sons, Hiram and William S. Davis; thence with their line
through
the farm to Stephen Davis line with said Davis line north to James
Gilbert's line
thence with said Gilberts line to Stephen Erwins line thence with old
survey to the beginning. I also give and bequeath to my dear wife Amanda
Jane Davis and the three children named above all my personal property
excepting one cupboard, one sewing machine, one side saddle and one
bureau I give to my girl, Easter Ann, one side saddle and my cubbard I
give to my girl, Alice Ellen my bureau and sewing machine.
I hereby constitute and appoint Stephen Davis my executor of this my last
will and testament. I hereby give and bequeath to all the balance of my
children Stepehn Davis, Malissa Underwood, Jesse Davis, Mary Ann Danner,
Winnie Danner and Martha Jane Fults the sum of one dollar each. Witness
my hand this the 9th day of February, 1897. /s/ David "X" Davis; Witness
J. M. Carter John W. Danner Stephen Davis State of Kentucky Carter
County, I, W. H. Mocabee, Clerk of the County Court do certify that the
foregoing will of David Davis, deceased was on the 14th day of February
1898 produced in open court by Stephen Davis and John W. Danner and by
their oaths proved the same to be the last will and testament of David
Davis, deceased and that David Davis heard the said will read to him
before he signed the same and that he signed the same in their presence
and that he was of sound mind and deposing memory at the time of signing
same whereupon the Court ordered that said will be admitted to probate
whereupon the same and this certificate hath been duly recorded in my
office. Given under my hand this February the 14th, 1898 /s/ W. H.
Mocabee, clerk

[NI28700] George and Mary were married in the presence of Jessie Simons and Lonie
Wolf.

[NI28706] Merle and Charley were married in the presence of Lafe King and Manda
King.

[NI28709] May and Tallie were married in the presence of Elmer Womack and Dee
Patton.

[NI28714] Myrtle and Epp were married in the presence of Erlith Fite and Mildred
Kiser.

[NI28719] Millard and Leslie went west, where they lived out their lives to an old
age.

[NI28722] Andrew ran the general store & post office at Wesleyville and lived in a
large white 2-story house across from the store. Each Sat. night the
local people had a dance in the store. The store Andrew operated was
first owned by his father, Wesley Fults and at one time operated by
Emmaline's husband, Hiram Davis. The home built for Hiram and Emmaline,
was only a short piece down Buffalo Crk from the store, and this is where
Viola Davis was born.

[NI28725] Walter and Mary were first cousins, as Walter's mother and Mary's father
were
brother and sister.

[NI28726] Lois and George, each having been married previously, were married in the
presence of James E. Stamper, Jr. and Joyce L. Stamper.

[NI28727] Obituary - Grayson Journal Enquirer

At the time of her death, Mary had 4 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Her funeral was conducted by Leslie A. Henderson Funeral Home, preached by
Johnny Kiser at Bethel Church.

[NI28728] Whether spelled Rabourn, Raybourn, or Rayburn, all are descendents from
that
daring adventurer, Ralph Rayborne, who fought Indians on Kentucky soil
before
it became a state, and who along with his descendents, Henry Willis
Rayburn,Sr
helped to settle Carter County.

[NI28746] Jessie and Rosa were married in the presence of Elbert Davis and Yorkie
Garvin.

[NI28756] Soon after their marriage, Watt and Victoria moved to Smith Branch at
Gregoryville, then call Fontana, in Carter County, Kentucky. Watt was a
farmer and enjoyed a second profession of cleaning and tuning pianos and
organs. At the time of Watt's death, the family lived in Fullerton, Ky.
He
died 11:30 pm of what was called at the time, the Spanish Influenza. The
day
after his death Watt received his call to the arm forces, this was during

World War I. Watt was buried beside his infant daughter, Edith. Watt
left
his nine surviving children, the youngest only six months and the oldest
was
twelve. Victoria, with the help of her daughter, Daught, took in
washings to
support the family.

[NI29015] lived in Wilkes and Ashe co,NC. is living with her son Solomon Toliver in
the 1850 Ashe Co, NC Census.

[NI29104] At the time of his marriage to Rebecca, they were both residents of Rowan
Co., Ky. Amos's marriage to Rebecca was his second marriage.

[NI29376] Charlie Luther Stamper has 4 wives listed and 2 children, but not
identified by which wife. If these children are misplaced as to their
mother, please advise.

[NI29389] Kentucky cert #24538, vol 50

[NI29404] KY Birth cert #43399, vol 87

[NI29541] Kentucky cert.#03245, vol 007

[NI29614] In Carol Bays notes; she states that the obituary of Barney, John Harris
and Alice Mae Stamper) gave these as brothers and sisters: Ralph Harris,
Jack Harris, Betty Harris Berg, Shirley Harris, and Nellie Harris.
Except for Nellie, this list does not coincide with the list descendants
provided in the same report.

[NI29698] marr lic giges his birth date as July 12, 1955

[NI29720] death cert from Carole Bays; William Houston Spencer b. Mch25, 1869 d.
Feb 15 1927 Breathitt County (Rock Lick) son of Nick Spencer and Polly
Stamper, all born in KY. Caue of death; supposed to be pneumonia, no
certificiate from Dr. He was age 58 and no place of burial given.

[NI29734] Note of Carole Bays: Nannie shows up in the 1870 Census, but tombstone
says b. 1872. Dudley and Nannie were never married but she had 2
daughters (not named in record) by Dudley before she married Greenville.
Kay's note: is Greenville a given name or surname? Since the records
available show Nannie had a dau Leota King (1919), who md Joseph Morris
(1907), it is presumed that her father was Greenville King ??

[NI29832] Note of Carolyn Bays says: This may not be the correct Amanda America
Spencer.

[NI29834] note of Carol Bays; have a Delphia Spencer b. 13 dec 1913 Breathitt md.
to Mary McIntosh..??

[NI29925] It is unclear which children belong to which mother. Until evidence to
the contrary is provided, the children are listed as follows; Lora Denise
is listed as child of Billie Sharon Adams. Since Timothy's surname is
Burge, he is listed as son of Miss Burge. The next 4 children all carry
the Spencer surname, but Kenneth Dwayne is 8 years younger than the three
previous girls, so those girls are listed under Ann Ballard, and Kenneth
Dwayne is listed under Sharon Kay Coomer. This may not be correct.

[NI29981] Brantley was married twice and the mother of the children was not
indicated. There were no birthdates attached, and until further evidence
is provided, the children are attributed to Martha Tomlinson, with
estimated birthdates.

[NI30263] notes of Bonnie Stamper; Alice is heavily crossed out of the family
bible. It says that she is the daughter of Millard, but not the daughter
of Edith (which would be impossible since Sarah B. was born only 3 1/2
months later).

[NI30271] Carole Bays has a note; Is Roland a s/o Alice Stamper or Alice Hays?

[NI30337] Note of Carole Bays: This is the wrong child, don't know where he fits
at this time. I have a Nora Mae Stamper, age 17, d/o Robert & Kate
Stamper, who could be their child?

[NI30376] note in recs of Carole Bays; who are these children? maybe Eliza's??;
Bessie Lovelace Tester, Willie Lovelace.

[NI30381] Carole Bays records contain grandchildren and some great grandchildren of
Florence. Since Florence appears to be identified as a step-dau in the
Stamper line, and because those descendants are all in living
generations, they are not included in this database at this time.

[NI30610] per Carole Bays, both buried Evans Cem.

[NI30708] from Carolyn Wilson Dyer: George was born June 04, 1821 in Swain Co.
North Carolina, and died June 17, 1908 in Lewis County, Kentucky. He
married Catherine Dyer October 24, 1844 in Carter County Kentucky,
daughter of Francis Dyer and Betsy Logan. Other records show April 6,
1821 in Carter Co, KY. There were also a couple of days difference in
George's death date and marriage date. She also show's George's father,
John 'Pewter John' as son of Richard and Martha 'Patsy' (Carter)
Stamper. She does NOT list Catherine Dyer (Stamper?) or H. Dyer as a
children of George & Catherine. Also not listed in the 1870 Lewis Co
Census are children: Mary Alice, H. Dyer, or Parthenia. Perhaps these
children are attributed to the wrong parents?

See Census records 1860-1870 Lewis County, Kentucky (limited to
Stamper/Dyer Connections). Stamper Cemetery, Lewis County Kentucky, and
from primary research of Carolyn Wilson Dyer, and her personal DYER
family File.

Kay's note: Regarding the wives of George. It appeared to me (at first)
that Sally (surname unknown) would have had to be George's 2nd wife.
The logic being,
(a) there is only 1 child with a birthdate (Amos, b. 1880) which is 7
years AFTER George & Catherine's last child was born. (b) George was b.
1821, md Catherine in 1844 (he was then age 23) which would seem unlikely
(but not impossible) that he could have had 5 children by a former wife.
After further analysis, the logic gets a little murky. The confusion I
see, is that Catherine did not die (according to the records at my
disposal) until 1895. Therefore, the only other possibilities are that
(a) George never had a wife named Sally and these are not THIS George's
children.
(b) Sally was a concubine and they ARE this George's children.
(c) Sally WAS the first wife and the birthdate of AMOS is wrong.
(c) He may have left Catherine for Sally? Not likely. George &
Catherine are buried together. He, June 14, 1908, and she Aug 10, 1895,
Stamper Cemetery, Emerson, Lewis Co, Ky. There may be something else
missing.

Posted by Sandi Gorin on Fri, 14 Aug 1998; contributed by Judy Brannon;
HISTORY OF KENTUCKY AND KENTUCKIANS, E. Polk Johnson, three volumes,
Lewis Publishing Co., New York & Chicago, 1912. Common version, Vol.
III, pp. 1318-19. Lewis County.
GEORGE W. STAMPER. Vigor, enterprise and persistency--these are the
qualities which make for success and these are the characteristics which
have dominated the career of George W. Stamper, who through his own
efforts built the ladder by which he has climbed to affluence. He has
been identified with farming, blacksmithing, merchandising, lumbering
and banking and in each of these enterprises his success has been on a
parity with his well directed endeavors. He has also been an important
factor in connection with public utilities and as a citizen holds a high
place in the confidence and esteem of his fellow men.
George Washington Stamper was born on a farm in Lewis county, Kentucky,
on the 26th of December, 1850, and he is a son of George W. and
Catherine (Dyer) Stamper, the former of whom was a native of North
Carolina and the latter of Morgan county, Kentucky. John Stamper,
grandfather of him whose name initiates this review, was born, reared
and married in North Carolina and in the early '20s he emigrated to
Kentucky, locating on the Kentucky river in Wolfe county, where he
engaged in farming. He and his wife, whose maiden name was Sallie
Stamper, and who was a cousin of her husband, raised a family of ten
children, most of whom were born in Kentucky. The father of George W.
Jr., was the first born and he was an infant at the time of his
parents' removal to the Blue Grass state. When he was fifteen years of
age the family home was established in Carter county, and there he grew
to manhood, married, and in 1845 engaged in agricultural pursuits on a
farm near Olive Hill, Lewis county. He was very industrious, an
excellent farmer and business man and in due time
he accumulated a competency. About 1865 he opened a store on his farm,
continuing to be identified with the general merchandise business for
the ensuing twenty-five years. His death occurred on his old homestead
in 1905, at the venerable age of eighty-two years. He was a stalwart
Democrat in his political convictions and he served for several years as
justice of the peace. His wife was summoned to eternal rest in 1898, at
the age of sixty-eight years. She was a daughter of Francis Dyer, of
Morgan county, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stamper became the
parents of twelve children--five boys and seven girls, nine of whom are
living in 1911, and of the number the subject of this review was the
third in order of birth. George Washington Stamper, Jr. passed his youth
in a manner similar to that of the farmer boy of that day, attending the
district school during the winter months and working on the home farm
during the summer seasons. When he had attained to the age of sixteen
years he entered his father's store, where he learned the details of
general merchandising and he continued an inmate of the parental home
until he had reached his legal majority. Thereafter he worked in a
blacksmith shop for a time and was engaged in farming on his own account
for a couple of years, at the expiration of which he started a general
store on a small scale on Grassy
creek. This store, which he still owns and operates, has been doing
business for the past thirty-five years. For thirty-three years Mr.
Stamper was the able incumbent of the office of postmaster at Head of
Grassy and he was one of the oldest postmasters, in point of continuous
service, in this section of the state. He also became interested in the
stave business which located on Grassy creek, and he was for many years
engaged in the stave business and in other enterprises most
successfully. In 1888 he established his residence at Vanceburg and in
the following year he organized the Stamper Stave & Lumber Company,
which carried on an extensive trade for nine years, at the expiration of
which that firm was dissolved and Mr. Stamper continued in the lumber
business in partnership with his brother, Joshua Stamper. Two years
later, in 1900, he became a member of the firm of Johnson & Stamper, who
are successors to the Elliott Tie Company, which conducts its operation
on the Little Sandy river. The annual output of this concern is from two
hundred thousand to five hundred thousand ties. In September, 1889, Mr.
Stamper laid the foundation of his present large mercantile
establishment at Vanceburg by opening a general store in one room. This
concern has grown to such gigantic proportions that it now occupies
space equivalent to nine ordinary store rooms, the stock
consisting of everything found in a modern department store except
hardware. All Mr. Stamper's successes are due to his indefatigable
energy and great business ability and it is no exaggeration to say that
he is one of the greatest hustlers in the state. In addition to his
other interests he owns several fine farms in the Ohio valley and he has
extensive real-estate holdings in Vanceburg, where he has constructed a
number of residences and the majority of the business block he now
occupies. He was one of the organizers of the Deposit Bank at Vanceburg,
of which he is president at the present time and in which he is one of
the heaviest stockholders. At the time of the building of the local
electric plant he was elected president of that corporation, of which
position he is still incumbent. He is a man of tremendous vitality and
most extraordinary executive capacity. Beginning with practically
nothing in the way of worldly goods, he has grasped his opportunities as
they appeared and made of success not an accident but a logical result.
Today he is recognized as one of the biggest financiers in eastern
Kentucky and his fair and honorable methods in all his business dealings
have gained to him the highest regard of his fellow citizens. Mr.
Stamper is a loyal Democrat in his political proclivities, but he has
not had much time for political activity, having been a member of his
first convention in 1910, at which time his influence was felt in no
slight degree. In the Masonic order he has passed through the circle of
the York Rite branch, holding membership in Polar Star Lodge, No. 363,
Free & Accepted Masons; and Maysville Commandery, No. 10, Knights
Templars. He and wife are devout members of the Christian church, to
whose charities and benevolences he has ever been a liberal contributor
and in whose faith his children have been reared. In 1872 was solemnized
the marriage of Mr. Stamper to Miss Sophia W. Stafford, a native of
Carter county and a daughter of Sylvester Stafford, a farmer who served
in the Union army in the Civil war and who died in service. Mr. and Mrs.
Stamper have eight children, namely--Rebecca, Cinda, William J., James
E., Cora Mae, Julia, Bessie L. and Marie, all of whom were born in Lewis
county and all of whom were afforded excellent educations.

[NI30709] Conflicting birth dates. One record says December 5, 1800. Another
record says July 10, 1799. He and Sarah are both buried in Bethel Church
Cemetery, Carter Co., KY. According to the 1860 Federal census records
for Carter County, John owned real property valued at $150.00 and
personal property valued at $500.00.
Although it is believed that John may have been of Indian descent because
he came from Cherokee, NC., actually the Stampers were early immigrants
to the
colony of Virginia--back to the 1600's--and are one of the oldest of
Virginia
based families. They migrated to NC before moving on to Carter Co., Ky.
From James A. Stamper, Dwarf, KY, November, 1997: There seems to be some
disagreement among the descendants of "Pewter" John as to who his
parents were. I notice in your database that he is listed as a son of
Richard Stamper and Martha "Patsy" Carter. There are several other
accounts that do not agree with this. Years ago I corresponded with a
lady from West Virginia who claimed that Pewter John's mother was Joanna
or Johanna Stamper and that he was possibly
fathered by an Indian. He married his first cousin Sarah Stamper
according to this account. Sarah was the daughter of William. If this
is true then John's mother was one of the daughters of James Stamper and
Sarah Moore, not all of whom have been identified. William Stamper, it
seems, did have a sister Joanna who married a Perkins and stayed in North
Carolina or Grayson Co., Va. I still have a copy of this lady's letter.
She said the information was "family tradition", which as we all know,
usually contains some grain of truth though it must be checked out
thoroughly. I wonder of someone has found new evidence to prove
that Pewter John's parents were Richard and Patsy. This is not my direct
line, but would like to do what I could to help clear up the
disagreement. My information on Pewter John Stamper came from Dorotha
Kidwell Nowell, 412 Clark Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. The letter
from her which I saved is dated Feb 2, 1982. Following are some quotes
from her letter:
"We were always told we were part Indian and we never gave it too much
thought." "It was not so hard to find outh that John and Sarah
(Stamper) Stamper were the parents of my great-grandfather George W.
Stamper, Sr., who was written up in the "History of Lewis Co." by Regan
and also Johnson's "History of Kentucky". That interview was given by
my grandmother's brother Uncle Wash" Stamper as we knew him....His
real name was George Washington Stamper, Jr. and his father was the
oldest child of Sarah Stamper and John Stamper. The interview states
that he was born in NC but his mother and father was married in Floyd
Co., KY June 8, 1820."
"According to my family, John Stamper was a cousin to Sarah, his wife.
Further, his mother was a Stamper, and she had John by an Indian, so John
was 1/2 Indian. He was referred to as "Pewter" John Stamper in the local
neighborhood because he traded pewter metal for silver coins......He soon
earned quite a reputation for passing these bogus silver coins."
I do not have much of anything on descendants of Pewter John, or of
Richard Stamper and wife Martha 'Patsy' Carter either. In a later
letter, Mrs. Nowell told me she had heard that John's mother was Joanna
Stamper. I don't know where this leaves us, but it's an intriguing
story. I was just wondering whether later research has turned up proof
(or at least strong evidence) that John was actually the son of Richard
and Martha. I have learned this much about "family stories": never
ignore them as hogwash, and never automatically accept them as 100% true
either. Family tradition must be weighed against whatever written
evidence we can find. Hope this is of some help to other Stamper
researchers.Conflicting birth dates. One record says December 5, 1800.
Another record says July 10, 1799. He and Sarah are both buried in
Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co., KY. According to the 1860 Federal
census records for Carter County, John owned real property valued at
$150.00 and personal property valued at $500.00.
Although it is believed that John may have been of Indian descent because
he came from Cherokee, NC., actually the Stampers were early immigrants
to the
colony of Virginia--back to the 1600's--and are one of the oldest of
Virginia
based families. They migrated to NC before moving on to Carter Co., Ky.
From James A. Stamper, Dwarf, KY, November, 1997: There seems to be some
disagreement among the descendants of "Pewter" John as to who his
parents were. I notice in your database that he is listed as a son of
Richard Stamper and Martha "Patsy" Carter. There are several other
accounts that do not agree with this. Years ago I corresponded with a
lady from West Virginia who claimed that Pewter John's mother was Joanna
or Johanna Stamper and that he was possibly
fathered by an Indian. He married his first cousin Sarah Stamper
according to this account. Sarah was the daughter of William. If this
is true then John's mother was one of the daughters of James Stamper and
Sarah Moore, not all of whom have been identified. William Stamper, it
seems, did have a sister Joanna who married a Perkins and stayed in North
Carolina or Grayson Co., Va. I still have a copy of this lady's letter.
She said the information was "family tradition", which as we all know,
usually contains some grain of truth though it must be checked out
thoroughly. I wonder of someone has found new evidence to prove
that Pewter John's parents were Richard and Patsy. This is not my direct
line, but would like to do what I could to help clear up the
disagreement. My information on Pewter John Stamper came from Dorotha
Kidwell Nowell, 412 Clark Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. The letter
from her which I saved is dated Feb 2, 1982. Following are some quotes
from her letter:
"We were always told we were part Indian and we never gave it too much
thought." "It was not so hard to find outh that John and Sarah
(Stamper) Stamper were the parents of my great-grandfather George W.
Stamper, Sr., who was written up in the "History of Lewis Co." by Regan
and also Johnson's "History of Kentucky". That interview was given by
my grandmother's brother Uncle Wash" Stamper as we knew him....His
real name was George Washington Stamper, Jr. and his father was the
oldest child of Sarah Stamper and John Stamper. The interview states
that he was born in NC but his mother and father was married in Floyd
Co., KY June 8, 1820."
"According to my family, John Stamper was a cousin to Sarah, his wife.
Further, his mother was a Stamper, and she had John by an Indian, so John
was 1/2 Indian. He was referred to as "Pewter" John Stamper in the local
neighborhood because he traded pewter metal for silver coins......He soon
earned quite a reputation for passing these bogus silver coins."
I do not have much of anything on descendants of Pewter John, or of
Richard Stamper and wife Martha 'Patsy' Carter either. In a later
letter, Mrs. Nowell told me she had heard that John's mother was Joanna
Stamper. I don't know where this leaves us, but it's an intriguing
story. I was just wondering whether later research has turned up proof
(or at least strong evidence) that John was actually the son of Richard
and Martha. I have learned this much about "family stories": never
ignore them as hogwash, and never automatically accept them as 100% true
either. Family tradition must be weighed against whatever written
evidence we can find. Hope this is of some help to other Stamper
researchers.

[NI30710] age 50 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Censusage 50 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census

[NI30715] Date of birth from Lewis Co., KY Vital Statistics.
"Carter County, a pictorial history", by George Wolford
Andrew was instrumental in the formation of the Commercial Bank of
Grayson. In most of his real estate transactions in Carter County, he is
listed as A. J. Stamper.
Bruce Logan states that Louise Stamper, age 22, KY boarding with the
family in 1880 Lewis Co, KY census.

[NI30717] Date of birth from Lewis Co., Ky Vital Statistics.
Sylvenia and George were married in the presence of Alexander Penlend and
Thomas Stafford.

[NI30718] Joshua and Louisa were married in the presence of A. J. Stamper and Julia
A.
Stamper.

[NI30754] Tillman and Parthenia were married in the presence of William T. Cooper
and Marion Stamper. Tillman was AKA Fielden Cooper in the marriage
record of Frank Cooper and Bertha Cremeans.

[NI30755] Parthean's funeral services were conducted by Rev. Paul Neal. At the
time of her death, according to her obituary, she had 8 grandchildren and
several great - grandchildren. Parthean was a member of the Vanceburg
Christian Church.

[NI30768] KY Birth cert #57187, vol 115

[NI30779] James died at his home on Route 5, following an illness of two months. He
had been a resident of the Portsmouth community for more than 20 years.
His funeral services were officiated by Rev. Ernest Ford of First
Christian Church.

[NI30790] Hazel drowned, unmarried, whileout in a boat on the Ohio River with her
boyfriend and a girlfriend. The girlfriend couldn't swim and hung onto
Hazel's neck and drug her down.

[NI30801] Mary Slark was first married to Clayton Morgan and then married Herbert
Morgan after Clayton died.

[NI30808] AKA "Muskie Joe" Stamper, bacause of all the Muskies he caught out of
Kinny Creek.
Tombstone

Joe served as a private in the US Army during World War I.
1910 Taney CO MO Census/Beaver Twshp Fam 101-101 (Enoch Combs)

[NI30812] Carmen died of complications from diabetes.

[NI30819] Link had several occupations during his lifetime. In addition to his
military
service in the U.S. Army during World War I as Stable Sargent, Company D,
27th
MG BN, he also farmed, was a sheet metal worker, was employed by the
Portsmouth Stove Co. and the Perfection Stove Co., and retired as a
machinist.
Link died of Brochopneumonia due to Pulmonary Congestion and Edema and
Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease. He and Madeline were married in the
presence of Leslie Wiley and Flossie Frymon. According to the Military
Archies, Missouri, Official Roster of Ohio Soliders, Sailor and Marine in
WWI 1917-1918 Volume VI, Link's Military Service was as follows:
Abraham Lincoln Stamper 1989972 US Army WWI, AR Fort Thomas, Kentucky 2
June 1917. Co. G 45th InF 2 Dec 21-17. HQ. 17 INF to MCH 1/18; CO. D
27MG. BN to discharge. SGT AUG 18/18 STAB SGT. NOV 11/18, Private Nov
23/18 HON Discharge Jan 30/19.

[NI30828] Allen was a member of the Vanceburg First Baptist Church. He died of
cancer
just prior to his plans to retire. His funeral was conducted at the
Dickerson Funeral Home. At the time of his death Allen had 10
grandchildren
and 4 great grandchildren.

[NI30840] Pat was Chairman of the Board, Vanceburg Citizen Deposit Band and for a
number of years served as County Clerk of Lewis County. He was a member
of
the Vanceburg Lions Club, worker for the Methodist Church, a 32 degree
Mason
and a member of the Scottish Rite. He was also a Republican leader. He
was
a graduate of Riverside Semianry of Vanceburg, Kentucky.

[NI30851] Nora and Lennie were married in the presence of Charlie Hilger and Millie
Cooper.

[NI30883] This is the Dorthy Kidwell Nowell whose letter dated 1980, to the
Kentucky Geneological Society raises the questions regarding "Pewter
John" Stamper's ancestry.

[NI30886] George's funeral was conducted at the Dickerson Funeral Home in Vanceburg
by the Rev. McKinley Parker. George's funeral was conducted at the
Dickerson Funeral Home in Vanceburg
by the Rev. McKinley Parker.

[NI30918] In the family Bible, Marie's name was spelled Myree.

[NI30921] Robert and Eula were married in the presence of Mavis Bocook and Raleigh
Jessee.

[NI30930] Jack's funeral services were conducted at Honaker Funeral Home in Logan,
WV.
At the time of his death Jack had 14 grandchildren, and 14 great
grandchildren.

[NI30942] Bessie was a retired practical nurse and a member of the Daughters of the
American Revolution.

[NI30956] from Bruce Logan; Notes for ROLAND CLINTON HAMILTON: [hamilton.FTW] ;
Descrepancy: James McKee has death date as Dec. 7 1955. Clinton lived
on Flat Fork out from Fitch Ky. Clinton farmed a hillside farm which
included his father's farm. Clinton assumed the Fitch Post Office when
the Fitch's home burned. He at first moved it in his home and later
built a building in front of his home. He ran a small store. His home
was a focal point of the community. People were always there for
dinner. He hosted his neighbors, revenuers, moonshiners alike. Clinton
was a very smart man who enjoyed reading, serving on jury. He served as
the local banker, often standing good with bankers(who were his in-laws)
He took collateral, and in one case he kept a herd of sheep for a year.
Clinton was the one approaching the County Government obtaining money to
build the road. He was on the school board for Flat Fork School. He
hired the teacher etc. Clinton raised his oldest brother's child, Olive
Pendlum. He helped to care for his sick brother Charles. Clinton was
often called upon to serve as a veternarian and made coffins for
neighbors who died. He always had a large crowd home on weekends. He
enjoyed talking to his neighbors while he worked in his blacksmith shop.
Clinton died at home in his favorite easy chair.

[NI30994] age 22 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census

[NI30995] Tombstone. According to the 1870 Carter Co. census records, Jefferson
had assets totaling nearly $1,800.00. He age 18 in 1850 Carter Co,KY
Census. He and Martha both buried Bethel Church Cemetery, Carter Co.,
KY.
There is obviously an error in the two sons, both named Charles (probably
one and the same).

[NI30996] age 16 in 1850 Carter Co,KY Census

[NI31037] from Cheryl Malo: Though a couple early books regarding the family of
Jesse Taliaferro list the father as Charles, to my knowledge this is not
proven!! It is generally admitted now that neither John nor Charles
could have possibly been the father of Jesse. There are a few scholars
working on finding a father for Jesse! Points to remember: 1. Charles
was rather diligent about recording things. His will does not list Jesse
as a child, and the birth dates would have made Jesse a pretty late
change of life baby! 2. John also wad numerous land titles, and other
public records which often mentioned his children. No mention of a Jesse!
I would love to attatch him to someone, but.......for the time being, I
think he will remain without parents!; Cheryl's comment is in response
to the following
Mabel I. Bostwick Mitchell; CHARLES TALIAFERRO/TOLIVER b 1690, Essex Cty,
Va., m. ANN KEMP b Aug 13, 1694, Va. Father RICHARD KEMP. My Mother's
research referenced NELL WATSON SHERMAN'S book TALIAFERRO/TOLIVER FAMILY
RECORDS. The children of CHARLES/ANN KEMP are listed as: a.-LUCY m.
WILLIAM MAXWELL, b. SARA, c. JOHN, d. WILLIAM, e. MOSES, f. CHARLES, b
Abt. 1730 d Abt. 1832. Lawrence, Cty. N.C. issues are (1). LUCY,
(2).CHARLES wife unknown, g. JESSE, b 1756, Fauquier Cty. Va., d 1838 m
FRANKIE STAMPER, 1782 Wilkes Cty.N.C.... JESSE being the son of
CHARLES/ANN KEMP is obviously incorrect because it would make ANN KEMP 62
when JESSE was born. We feel we are missing a generation.

[NI31129] from Wil Vaught: After several e-mails back and forth with Mr. Lloyd
Shupe, I am positive that my Great-Grandmother, Ella Eurie Stamper is
listed in the the Stamper Descendancy Report #st1f as Ellen Stamper, b.
abt 1872, daughter of (36) Joseph Samuel Stamper and Loudene Larue. Her
real name according to family records (which include several obituaries
of her children) is Ella Eurie Stamper. Ellen may have been a nickname.

[NI31192] James Stamper, farmer, trapper hunter and trader. b.. Nov. 4, 1750-
place unknown. M. Sarah Moore, who was born Aug. 9, 1749. They migrated
to Kentucky from North Carolina between 1796 and 1825. They may have
lived for a time in what is now Letcher County, Kentucky, with their son,
or they may have lived in Grayson County, Virginia, with their son Thomas
Their last residence in North Carolina wads apparently at or near
Grassycreek in Ashe- County. -Their last abode was in Morgan County,
Kentucky. James died March 30, 1826, and Sarah March 12, 1839. Both are
buried in the Stamper cemetery at or near Grassycreek in Morgan County,
Kentucky. Have record of only two sons. (Oliver Stamper, 1945)

[NI31193] marr bond 167501; rec 104-02-232, bondsman; Moses Toliver; wit; Wm. Lenoir
**JOEL STAMPER, Rev War, S3999NC** Joel Stamper appeared in open court in
Wilkes Co, NC, 4 Feb 1833 & stated that he was born in Amhearst Co, VA -
went to NC at about the age of 12. Entered the service in Capt. Jesse
Walton's company & served for 9 months & 21 days. His pension application
mentions William Spicer, Joseph Pruitt, & William Johnson as having
served with him. He was awarded a pension of $32.33 per year beginning 4
March 1831. Roger Turner Jr also served in the same Regiment with Joel
as did Colonel Richard Allen & Major General William Lenoir. See pension
application of Roger Turner.

[NI31197] Leonard K. & Mary E. are listed with this William and Sarah in the 1900
Wolfe Co, KY census, but I do not believe they were children because of
the order in which they were listed and Sarah Belle, age 19, would not
have been old enough to be the mother of Leonard. I have placed Leonard
and Mary as brother & sister of this William H. Death Cert states his
wife at the time of his death was Martha Stamper.

[NI31344] MD, IU 1990.

[NI31391] Dates from stone in Mitchell Cem.

[NI31429] BS-Animal Science, Purdue

[NI31431] BS-CE, UK '86

[NI31432] MS, Rutgers

[NI31436] BS-Psy, IU

[NI31438] MS-Ed?, IU

[NI31444] BA?-Telcom, IU

[NI31453] BA-Journalism, UK

[NI31457] BA-Landscape Arch., UK?

[NI31459] BS-HE, Purdue; MA?-Ed, UK '86

[NI31461] BS-Nursing, UK

[NI31462] BS-AgE, UK '86; MS-Geology?, UK '89

[NI31466] BS-Animal Sci., UK

[NI31468] BS-Animal Sci., UK '86

[NI31470] BS-CE, Purdue '90

[NI31473] BS-Elem Ed, UK '92

[NI31479] Veterinarian.

[NI31488] Lived in Ashe Co., NC, but moved to Indiana.

[NI31537] Veteran of Vietnam. Unmarried.

[NI31643] Methodist minister in KS.

[NI31647] Graduate of Baker Univ., Rhodes Scholar, U of KS Medical Sch., Mayo
Clinic.

[NI31731] Married 4 times.

[NI31758] said to have had 3 sons

[NI31767] Buried in Tolliver Cem., Clay C, IL.

[NI31885] KIA, Co H, 67th IN Inf.

[NI31890] It looks as though there are some errors here. All the children, except
the first two, cite birth dates after the father's death, and are
plus/minus 20 years younger than the first two children. Either the
birth dates are wrong or they are grandchildren, perhaps son of George
David

[NI31984] Co H, 67th IN Inf. Wounded, hospitalized and later discharged 3 Apr 1863.
Moved to KS in 1878.

[NI32050] BSCE, U KY 1988

[NI32051] Lived with daughter, Della Parks, at time of death.

[NI32129] Died of tuberculosis.

[NI32140] Died of whooping cough.

[NI32151] Killed by a train.

[NI32185] Died at age 21 of appendicitis and gangrene.

[NI32846] Parents married 6 Dec 1926.

[NI32882] Buried Oak Grove Cem., Wash. C, IN.

[NI32930] Married unk. 28 Jun 1914.

[NI32984] Twins, died at birth.

[NI33300] Living in Spice Valley Twp in 1860.

[NI33342] Unmarried.

[NI33353] Unmarried?

[NI33694] Buried with husband at French Lick Twp Cem.

[NI33739] Died in Jan or Feb of 1896.

[NI33761] A Singleton Burton married Mary Jane May in Lawrence C. on 14 Mar 1856.

[NI33813] Married, one child.

[NI34004] Previous spouse Jesse M Overman, born 22 Oct 1827,married 6 Nov 1851 in
Lawrence C, IN,died 16 Dec 1857.

[NI34057] Moved to IL in 1870 (Effingham) and to Ellis C, TX in 1879. Lived in
Lawrence C, IN roughly 1850-70.

[NI34091] 2 children.

[NI34102] 3 children.

[NI34533] Killed in bank robbery. Teacher, farmer, and gin operator.

[NI34828] Buried in Claysville, Vernon Twp, Wash. C, IN.

[NI35051] 4 children.

[NI35139] Bill was born "Van Dore", they took "Macleod" at marriage.

[NI35165] Lived in Saltillo, she and her daughter entered county home on 03-23-1950.

[NI35302] Lawyer, judge.

[NI35347] "Sewing Machine Agent" on marriage record.

[NI35365] Ran away with Olen Mercer, divorced.

[NI35426] Worked at Diefenbach's in Sellersburg. Also hauled milk from farms to
dairy.

[NI35430] George has a hobby of taking pictures of old covered bridges.

[NI35466] Twin sister of Shirley Jane Hembree

[NI35490] According to one source, birthdate of 1717 and death date of 1779.

[NI35496] Dispute as to whether Rachel Hutchins or Mary Coxe was wife. Mary Coxe may
have been the wife of son John Burton.
Will was dated Feb-02-1689, proved Apr-01-1690.

[NI35501] One source says he was born about 1599, but this doesn't seem probable
since
he was married in 1605.

[NI35557] Second cousin of Wm. Edwards f in l of Sarah Burton (b 1824).

[NI35606] Alma C. Holler was his second wife?

[NI35613] Came to Lawrence C, IN in 1834. Began preaching in 1843.

[NI35625] Never married.

[NI35650] Died of typhoid fever

[NI35657] Died in infancy

[NI35681] Stillborn

[NI35687] Died at 1+ years of age

[NI35697] Died at 1 year, 3 months of age

[NI35726] Child of Beryl Rush & Ruby J. Calvert, died

[NI35733] Died young

[NI35921] Born and died young

[NI36136] He and wife are lawyers in Shawnee, KS as of 1996

[NI36137] She and husband are lawyers in Kansas as of 1996

[NI36151] Adopted

[NI36152] Adopted

[NI36160] Children of previous marriage; Elizabeth & William Holmes. First husband
was Joseph Holmes (married 5 Feb 1820 in Lawrence C, IN).

[NI36244] Second husband. First unknown.

[NI36263] Died infant

[NI36399] Child of Velma Marie Burgess, adopted by James Read

[NI36447] B.S. in HomeEconomics from Texas State College for Women (Texas Women's
University)

[NI36448] B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Southwest Texas State University in San
Marcos, TX

[NI36449] B.S. in Marketing from Texas A & M

[NI36450] M.A. in Library Science from Sam Houston State University

[NI36452] B.S. in Chemistry from Southwest Texas State University

[NI36586] Teacher, coach.

[NI36641] Druggist.

[NI36667] USAF

[NI36734] Brother of Curtis. No children.

[NI36752] 3 sons.

[NI37081] Brain damaged by childhood disease at about 8 years. No issue. Buried
with
mother, father and father's first wife at Saltillo, Washington County, IN.

[NI37105] Two infant deaths, Liberty Cem, Orange C, IN. Mattie was born out of
wedlock, child of Josephine Connelly and probably John Lindsay Stewart.
She
was raised by Benjamin Newton Hostetler and his wife Sarah Ann Hall.

[NI37128] Probably a widow, maiden name?

[NI37130] Previously married to Geo. R. McConnaha. Married in Lawrence C, IN on 28
May 1839. 1839.

[NI37152] Found frozen near a fence (had been drinking in town).

[NI37226] Died at 6y, 6m.

[NI37233] Isom graduated from U of Michigan in 1868.

[NI37241] Dentist in Gallatin, MO.

[NI37257] Lived and farmed in Texas C, OK near Elkhart, KS

[NI37264] First marriage to Shirley Daugherty who died 5 APR 1972. Children.

[NI37267] Information on this family and descendants furnished by Bruce Burton.

[NI37271] No issue.

[NI37273] Last Burton to live on Eli Burton homestead.

[NI37278] Is this the Henry Burton who was in Company A, 38th Regiment of Indiana
Volunteer Infantry? Mustered in Sep-17-1861 and mustered out Jul-15-1865
as
a corporal?

[NI37298] Killed by accidental discharge of a revolver which he was cleaning in his
office. He had moved to Bedford in 1898 as a solicitor for fire insurance.

[NI37382] Accidental death by CO asphyxiation in car. Buried near Greenwood, IN.

[NI37399] BS/EE U KY 1957.

[NI37442] Margaret was survived by 6 daughters.

[NI37463] Buried Parker Cemetery, A. C., KS.

[NI37467] Children born in Lawrence C, IN.

[NI37476] Previously married Wm T Elliott, 25 Dec 1884.

[NI37491] Professor at WKSC, Bowling Green, KY.

[NI37495] Obit states she was survived by H and 1 daughter 8 years old.
According to Erwin W. Burton in 1996, he believed she was killed in an
automobile accident. He said she was a terrible driver.

[NI37523] Four unnamed children died in infantcy. Previous marriage to xxx Walls
ended in divorce 1906.

[NI37615] Civil War, Co D, 48th Ill. Reg. Inf. He lost his right arm at Ft Donelson.
He may have married Elizabeth A. Mead, Lawrence C, IN licence dated
13Aug1864.

[NI37654] Killed by lightning.

[NI37743] President of Burton Publishing Co., Kansas City, MO publishing Americana.

[NI37744] Speech Instructor at a Westport, KS high school.

[NI37766] Political Sci Dept, KS S Univ.

[NI37772] Law Librarian at USC.

[NI37805] Baptist preacher for 50 years.

[NI37826] Second husband. No surviving issue of either husband in 1942.

[NI37851] Eli Burton & w Sarah C are buried in IOOF Cem Orangeville Twp, Orange C,
IN. Is this the right one?

[NI37859] Never married.

[NI37876] Never married.

[NI37879] Lawyer 1875, moved to Abilene, KS in 1878. Became sucessful in state
politics and served as US Senator 1901-1906. No issue.

[NI37891] Killed in car wreck near Montgomery, IN.

[NI37904] Buried at Mitchell, IN.

[NI37976] NSDAR # 242259. Professor at U of OK.

[NI37989] He was a pharmacist with his father.

[NI38069] Baptist preacher. Buried Wauwatosa, WI with wife & daughter.

[NI38186] Killed in auto accident.

[NI38202] Killed in action at Quan Lia, Vietnam.

[NI38355] Previously married, divorced Mar 1946.

[NI38500] Died in Navy, never married. Buried in Rest Haven Cem., Hamilton C, OH.

[NI38528] Winnifred has five children by a previous marriage. No children this
marriage.

[NI38557] Louisa Connelly married Richard Hall on 9 Oct 1867 in Lawrence C, IN.
Louisa & Richard Hall are buried in the Burton Burying Ground row 5 plot
1.

[NI38562] Never married.

[NI38564] Never married.

[NI38565] Two daughters died 1985.

[NI38567] At death, had 4 grandchildren and 5 ggrandch. One grandson had died.

[NI38585] Brother to Sarah Adeline Richards. Co D 15th Ind Vol

[NI38610] "Killed on the highway."

[NI38657] Minister, had lost a leg.

[NI38806] EKU Volleyball Team 1990.

[NI38877] This may be Nancy A Gresham, daughter of John & Ruth (Hopper) Gresham, b
1858 d 7 NOV 1894, b & d in Martin C, IN.

[NI38883] Father was a judge in Monroe County, IN.

[NI38887] Second husband was ??? Mulrine. Other children; Thomas Mulrine, Beatrice
Macy, and Dorothy Shelley.

[NI39098] Graduated from Princeton U Medical S and was at Northwestern U in 1956.

[NI39143] From: Golden Ferguson KENTUCKIANS,; E Polk Johnson, three volumes, Lewis Publishing Co.; New
York & Chicago, 1912, Common version, Vol.III, pp. 1318-19. Lewis County;
It also mentions Baron H Woodbury, a native Kentuckian, having been born
in Newport on August 20, 1848, the son of John B and Evalina (Buchanan)
Woodbury, the former a native of Massachusetts and the latter of
Maryland,.......
.... in 1883 laid the foundation of a home life by his marriage to Bird
Ella Stamper, a native of Covington and daughter of Pleasant Stamper, a
carpenter and builder who lived in Dayton at one time. To Mr and Mrs
Woodbury was born one son, Charles Buchanan, who as previously mentioned
snow at the head of the Woodbury mineral water factory. The mother passed
to the Great Beyond March 12, 1907.

[NI39149] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI39285] Both buried at Evergreen Cem., Judsonia.

[NI39304] Veteran of WW2.

[NI39390] SeaBee, WW2.

[NI39395] AAF, WW2.

[NI39534] M. licence application shows that Daisy was divorced in Sep. 1906.

[NI39545] First wife was Ora Baugh (d 1927), 2nd was FMB, 3rd was Mary E Crites (d
9-16-1976).

[NI39562] Survived by widow, six daughters and two step-sons.

[NI39564] Divorced 5 JAN 1911.

[NI39633] No issue.

[NI39637] Died young.

[NI39638] Died of wounds received at Battle of Chickamauga

[NI39639] Died young.

[NI39640] Died young.

[NI39694] Victim of muscular dystrophy. Finished high school and some college.

[NI39801] Veteran of World War I

[NI39840] Veteran of World War II

[NI39869] Divorced. Children: Sam Roy, Carrie, and Jennie.

[NI40063] Died young.

[NI40145] No issue.

[NI40195] Died young.

[NI40202] Killed by a tornado.

[NI40247] Given up for adoption.

[NI40381] Killed by a tornado.

[NI40578] Deaf mute.

[NI40614] Died young.

[NI40622] Never married.

[NI40623] Married. Wife? Children?

[NI40624] Number of children unknown.

[NI40631] Never married.

[NI40635] Never married.

[NI40699] Born Thomas Layne DeBusk, Jr and adopted by his mother's 2nd husband.

[NI40756] Professor at UCLA.

[NI40758] Vet of Civil War, survivor of Andersonville Prison. Parents may be Hugh
Fulton (1805?-1840) & Malinda Dilkes (1811-1873) of Switzerland C, IN.

[NI40776] Killed by robbers at his grocery at 119 E Warren St, Mitchell.

[NI40779] First marriage ended by divorce 19May1920.

[NI40780] Telephone operator before marriage.

[NI40788] Either Bertie or Frances was Mrs Tine Stevens.

[NI40867] Operated Burton Dairy for 17 years. Had an orchard at Mt Horeb (Or C).
President of Burton Reunion for 30 years.

[NI40901] Divorced in 1947, 1948, and 1950.

[NI40929] Worked for Lehigh Cement Co. in Mitchell, IN.

[NI40934] Later married a Smith. Buried in Mitchell Cem.

[NI41007] Taught at Shortridge HS, Indianapolis, also coached basketball.

[NI41047] Attorney in Indianapolis.

[NI41048] Attorney in Indianapolis.

[NI41116] BSCE, U KY 1989

[NI41238] Three granddaughters married Holman, Todd, and Williams before 1931.

[NI41245] Seven children, five died before their mother.

[NI41247] Two daughters died prior to 1991 and are not listed.

[NI41254] Mother died from complications from her birth. Martha became a foster
child of Keith (uncle) & Mary Burton.

[NI41255] Drowned at Johnson Bible College.

[NI41265] Youngest son was killed in accident near Muncie, IN in Oct 1928.

[NI41308] Children were by first husband, and adopted by second husband.

[NI41310] Worked in Sarasota C, FL Sheriff's Office.

[NI41349] Killed in auto accident.

[NI41366] No issue.

[NI41443] No issue.

[NI41445] No issue.

[NI41496] Unknown 1st marriage ended in divorce in Monroe C, IN 1934.

[NI41541] Ministery of Union Baptist Church
4th Sgt., Camp Grant, Jackson County, KS
In 1856 family moved to Willow Spring, Douglas County, KS
In 1895 moved to Dewey County, OK

[NI41547] Never married.
Killed by a falling tree.

[NI41562] He was married, no report of children.

[NI41644] Drowned in SF Bay. Two children survive. Husband was a stockbroker and
may have drowned at same time.

[NI41649] She and daughter died in childbirth.

[NI41674] Anna married and had two sons, one killed on a motorcycle and the other in
WWII. She has remarried and moved to Texas.

[NI41694] Was HS teacher at Jerseyville, IL.

[NI41697] Eight living children about 1950.

[NI41705] Had 2 dau & 1 son.

[NI41787] Killed in a farm tractor accident.

[NI41967] Monon RR engineer.

[NI42002] William and Belva were married in the presence of Pauline Webb, Glen
Fields,
and Mrs. A. C. Bowling.

[NI42112] Four marriages, 1st died 1900, 2nd (Greene) divorced 1906, 3rd died Dec
1918

[NI42122] Prof of Zoology at UofOK

[NI42180] Three children.

[NI42257] Two children.

[NI42280] Died at church.

[NI42285] Three children. Family lived in CA.

[NI42479] Stone mill superintendent near Bedford.

[NI42579] Three children died of milk sickness.

[NI42591] Marriage licence shows "Flamingham".

[NI42601] Wife and son survived.

[NI42629] Two daughters in 1931.

[NI42638] Co H, 67th Reg. Ind. Vol.

[NI42724] Grocer in French Lick, co-owner of Star Stores, Inc. Died in Bloomington
Hospital.

[NI42781] Previous marriage to ? Coy.

[NI42840] Navy, WW2.

[NI42848] Vet WW2.

[NI42851] Navy, WW2.

[NI42852] Navy, WW2.

[NI42855] Merchant Marine, WW2.

[NI42932] Lived in Christian C, IL ca. 1880.

[NI42933] Lived in Clay C, IL

[NI42934] Lived in Clay C, IL.

[NI42935] Clay C, IL

[NI42936] Lived in Arkansas.

[NI42937] Clay C, IL

[NI42984] This son of Thomas Smith [1806 NC] and Sally ----- [1822 KY] is the first
husband of Permelia Burton. He is the best fit for age in the Lawrence
County 1850 census, and was buried in the vicinity.

[NI42991] Brain injured by a blow to the head as a youth.

[NI43018] Civil War veteran

[NI43022] First name could also be Melvina

[NI43024] Died in the Civil War. Union Army.

[NI43026] Died of tuberculosis?
Was in Union Army 1862-1865 in Co. C 98th Illinois Infantry

[NI43054] Single, pregnant, suicide by drinking lye.

[NI43100] Buried in Oak Grove Cem, Washington, IN.

[NI43124] Obit lists Joyce Richardson, Carol Dinwiddie, and Jane Dunn as
stepdaughters, and nine gchildren + nine ggchildren. Buried in Fairview,
Orleans, IN.

[NI43145] Burton marriage is 2nd. First ended in divorce NOV 1987.

[NI43166] From Sherry Griggs; Found information on Joseph H. Stamper as follows:
Death Certificates/Register 13, p. 87/Cabarrus Co., NC; Joe H. Stamper
b. Apr 1, 1842 (Iredell Co., NC) d. Feb 6, 1914 (Concord, Cabarrus Co.,
NC/burial-Oakwood Cemetery, Concord, NC; lot provided by Garmon
Stamper); Father: Hugh Stamper, Iredell Co., NC; Mother: Maggie Wagner,
Iredell Co., NC; Information supplied by Annie Stamper.
Enlisted for the war on Jun 10, 1861 along with Gilbert N. Stamper in
Iredell Co., NC. Both served in Co A., 33rd Regiment. Joseph released on
Jun 19, 1865.
Rowan County Deeds, Deed Book 81, p. 489 March 26, 1895. Joseph H.
Stamper and wife Dovey E. Stamper of Iredell sold land to Trustees of
Corinth Babtis [sic] Church.
Joseph Stamper was married to Delilia "Dovie" Elizabeth (?). Children
listed in the 1880 census for Rowan Co., NC as James (age 16), Henry (age
13), Robert
(age 6) and Sallie (age 3)

[NI43244] Two children.

[NI43293] Buried Alva, OK.

[NI43295] Natural child of Bonnie's sister Betsy who died of cancer in 1984.
Adopted
23 Oct 1987.

[NI43391] Please Note: The parentage of this John Stamper has not been proven, but
should be considered pure speculation at this point.
John in Virginia Militia 23 Nov 1687.; From James A. Stamper of Dwarf,
KY; "I have a copy of a will made in, I believe, 1688 from Middlesex Co.
The will was made by John Stamper. In that will he mentions his wife
Carew/Cary (sounds like a first name, because that's how he referred to
her ...."my wife Carew". He also mentions one child, a son John. Many
researchers believe this woman is the mother of Powell because Powell
named a daughter "Kerah" --at least that's how it's spelled in the old
parish records. I can see the similarity between "Carew/Carey" and
"Kerah". I have seen researchers who listed Powell Stamper's mother as
"Cary Powell", but don't know if they have any documentation. Where
does this leave us? And if this woman was the mother of Powell, why was
Powell not mentioned in the will? Maybe he wasn't born yet? Or maybe
this John Stamper was just following the law of promogeniture and leaving
everything to his oldest son John?
The following provided by Marge Turner: From "STAMPER COURT RECORDS
MIDDLESEX CO., VA 1673-1852" by Betty M. Maynard of Danville, VA, 1989--
Middlesex Wills ETC. 1676-1798, Part 1, Bundle 1- Will of John Stamper
dated 9 Nov. 1688--Names loving wife Carew Stamper and loving son John
Stamper all estate. Names them jointly. Names Carew executor, Richard
Robinson to be son's guardian. Wit: Robard Valincott, George Wortham,
William Vallicott. Says John was in Middlesex Co. by 1667, was a planter
and was literate. John b.c1640 (England ??) d. Mar. 1690 Middlesex Co.,
VA m.1. Dorcas ? d.16 July 1677. m.2. Elizabeth ? d.29 Apr. 1683, had son
John. m.3. 8 May 1684 Carew (Powell??) d.c1712/13, had son Powell. Carew
m.2. before 1694 Peter Tindall and had a son Richard Tindall b.1694.
Peter Tindall d.1697 and Carew m. 3. before Oct. 1699 Henry Barnes. In
1707 Henry and Carew were ordered to account for the Stamper and Tindall
estates. Carew d.1712/13.
1. John b.29 Aug. 1677
2. Powell b.c1689/90 Powell received all of John's estate--200 acres in
Middlesex Co.

from James A. Stamper, Nov 1997; The following is gleaned from my copy of
Christ Church Parish Records, Middlesex Co., VA:
Dorcas Stamper, wife of John, d. Jul 16, 1667
Elizabeth Stamper, wife of John, d. Apr 29, 1683
John Stamper, son of John and Elizabeth was b. Aug 29, 1677
John Stamper married (unreadable) May 8, 1684
I was correct on the date of the will of John Stamper - Nov 9, 1688
I quote: "I doe give and bequeath unto my loving wife Carew Stamper, and
my loveing son John Stamper all my Temporall Estate jointly between them
both..........I leave Richard Robinson my son's guardian." (Sounds like
the son was young at the time. This would be the son by his previous
wife Elizabeth. And this Carey/Carew would be the woman he had married
in 1684.) The following is from Stamper Court Records, Middlesex
County, Virginia, 1673-1852, by Betty M. Maynard: 7 April 1690 -
"Ordered that ye sherr: doe sumons to appraise & inventory the Estate of
Mr Jno: Stamper decd upon ye 15th of this Instant Mr Henry Thacker Mr
Jno: Nash Mr Jno: Head & Mr Claud Vallot or any
three of them they being sworne by ye Justice of ye Peace for ye same &
that ye sd Inventy: be returned to this Court office." 3rd May 1690 -
"Ordered that ye sher: doe sumonds Mrs Cary Stamper to ye next Courte to
be held for this County to give security for ye Estate of Mr Jno Stamper
her decd husband according to an inventory Returned of ye same." (There
were several other attempts to get her to appear in court.) 7th March
1697 - "The Inventory of the Estate of Elizabeth Stamper, decd was
returned in open Court and Admitted to Record." (Wonder who she was.) So,
it's clear that John did marry Carew/Cary. I don't know where people got
the name Elizabeth Carew, unless it was surmised from the information of
7th March 1697 (above). I've also seen the name Susannah Powell
mentioned as one of John's wives, but don't know what other researchers
have based it on. Elizabeth (above) is not the same as Cary, because
Middlesex Court records show that the widow Cary Stamper remarried. At
her death she would have had a different last name: 8th July, 1707 -
"Ordered that Henry Barnes and Cary his wife be summoned to ye next court
to give an account of ye estate of Jno Stamper and Peter Tindall, decd."
(Because various people held claims upon the estate of John Stamper, the
settlement of the estate apparently dragged on for years.) Notice that
seventeen years after John Stamper's death, Cary, now remarried, is still
living, indicating that she was probably considerably younger than John.
This lends weight to the idea that she was Powell's mother. If this is
true, Powell would have been born probably between the time of the 1688
will and 1690, the year of John's death. In fact, it's possible that he
was born after his father's death. I noted that in the months following
the death of John, the court made several apparently unsuccessful
attempts to get his widow to appear in court to see to his estate. Did
she delay coming because she was expecting the birth of a child? Remember
that by the standards of those days, pregnancy was considered
"confinement". The first public record of Powell seems to be his
marriage in 1708. I think when we look at Powell's naming a daughter
"Kerah" and account for the spelling variations of that day, that there
is a strong case that "Cary/Carew" was his mother. Was her maiden name
"Powell". I don't know.

[NI43392] The compiler of these records claims this John to be the grandfather of
John (1640 of Middlesex Co, VA, but does not include his descendants in
the text). The writer states that "William Stamper was the immigrant
ancestor from England to Massachussetts, and the son of John and Ann
(....) Stamper, who lived in Holland in 1616. William married first to
Elizabeth Partridge, who died 28 apr 1648. He and Elizabeth had one son,
John (1640). William married second to Hannah Pratt. He died 9 march
1683. They had the following children;"
Text goes on to lists 8 children by William's second wife, and follows
through 8 generations. Except for William and Hannah, there are no place
names in the entire text.

[NI43393] It should be noted that this information contained not only no place
names (except for William and Hannah (Pratt) Stamper), but there was
absolutely no sources cited. However, the dates and spouses (in most
cases) seem quite specific, which tends to lend some credence that makes
it at least worth investigating.
While the focus of the effort of this Stamper Research group has thus far
been limited to John (b. 1640) who was "of" Middlesex Co, VA., we should
not rule out ANY evidence presented regarding his ancestry or siblings or
cousins.
While none of this is documented, to my knowledge, it is presented here
for further research, verification, and/or debate. Would anyone care to
attempt to verify William and Hannah (Pratt) Stamper and their 8 children
in the Massachusetts area?

[NI43399] per Linda Asbury; Thomas was a law enforcement officer, killed in a
moonshine raid in KY. Believes Thomas was married but does not know
wife's name.

[NI43411] From Britt Stamper through Ina Wallace; My dad told me that the Stampers
moved from North Carolina to Mississippi. Well my dads name is Oscar
Jerome Stamper.My dads fathers name is Oscar Jerome Stamper also.My dads
grandpa's name is James(Jim)Bartly Stamper. I have two uncles my dads
brothers and there names are Thomas Bartly Stamper and Francis Eugene
Stamper (goes by Eugene). My dads parents died when he was a baby and his
grandparents died when he was a little older. I found out that a third
cousin (whom I never knew about) was arrested on Americas Most Wanted his
name is Gary Stamper.

[NI43582] Name via email from Scott Vaughn (dtd 29 Apr 1997)
Name from The Ancestors of Claude Rankin Moser by James and Mary
Beddingfield, page 283.

[NI43646] Died 1-1-1879

[NI43650] bk4 pg257 Letcher co,KY marr reg. Pvt,Co B,Oct 1862-63 Letcher Co,KY vet
cen (Civil War)

[NI43673] marriage dates are estimated on the following statement; Earline md
twice. First to Roland and had several children, 2nd to Floyd Johnson, 1
son.marriage dates are estimated on the following statement; Earline md
twice. First to Roland and had several children, 2nd to Floyd Johnson, 1
son.

[NI43693] Need his first name, and parents.
Need wife's full given and maiden name and parents.
Immigrated to U.S. 1903. What was migration route to Wash State?
Were there more than 3 children?Need his first name, and parents.
Need wife's full given and maiden name and parents.
Immigrated to U.S. 1903. What was migration route to Wash State?
Were there more than 3 children?

[NI43700] who was spouse of Jules? need full name, birth date and place, children's
names, birth dates and places, and their spouses and children.who was
spouse of Jules? need full name, birth date and place, children's names,
birth dates and places, and their spouses and children.

[NI43701] need Elaine'smaiden name, birth date and place, and parents. Also
children's names, birth dates and places, and their spouses and
children.need Elaine'smaiden name, birth date and place, and parents.
Also children's names, birth dates and places, and their spouses and
children.

[NI43703] need birth dates and places for Jenny and her children (and their
spouses?).
Are there grandchildren? Who were Joe's parents?need birth dates and
places for Jenny and her children (and their spouses?).
Are there grandchildren? Who were Joe's parents?

[NI43711] Need full name, birth date & place, and parents of Hank's wife. Was it
Carlene? Were there children? If so, need names, birth dates and
places, spouses, and grandchildren.Need full name, birth date & place,
and parents of Hank's wife. Was it Carlene? Were there children? If
so, need names, birth dates and places, spouses, and grandchildren.

[NI43713] There is a discrepancy here. per James N. Long (29 Oct 1997). This line
appears in Halifax Co, NC and Brunswick Co, VA. Elizabeth Stamper, a
widow, died in Halifax Co, NC in 1786, naming children Franky Brewer,
Sarah Stamper, John Stamper, and Robert. Robert was born about 1770, and
married on 2 jul 1793 in Brunswick Co, VA. to Keziah Bagwell. They moved
to Montgomery Co., TN before 1820.
Per records of Marge Turner, via Betty Maynard's book "Stamper Court
Records Middlesex Co, VA 1673-1852", the Robert Stamper (son of John
(1741-1747) and Elizabeth (....) Stamper) who married Keziah Bagwell
died, pre 1797 in Brunswick, and was the son of Robert (1793-1807) and
Mildred (....) Stamper. States same marriage date/place to Keziah
Bagwell.

[NI43714] John Williams Daniel , will probated May 1809 Warren Co., NC, had a
daughter Mary Stamper to whom he left Negroes Peter, Jinney and Ceely and
their increase. He refers to his son-in-law WILLIAM STAMPER. Thought you
would like this information. Arlina Moss < amoss@sunline.net >>

[NI43921] A. Carole Bays has comment that Steven's marriage to Calla is
questionable.A. Carole Bays has comment that Steven's marriage to Calla
is questionable.

[NI44028] may have lived in Cleveland OHmay have lived in Cleveland OH

[NI44039] It is alleged that Frank murdered Martha.It is alleged that Frank
murdered Martha.

[NI44048] Death date given for William Everett Byrd is May 1, 1958, however, the
last two sons birth dates are listed as 1960 and 1962. ??Death date
given for William Everett Byrd is May 1, 1958, however, the last two sons
birth dates are listed as 1960 and 1962. ??

[NI44103] note in Carole Bays records says "daughter says her correct name is Nancy
Caroline" [My comment; Who? Ethel Golden? The daughter?]note in Carole
Bays records says "daughter says her correct name is Nancy Caroline" [My
comment; Who? Ethel Golden? The daughter?]

[NI44117] They had six children, names unknownThey had six children, names unknown

[NI44132] Shot and killed 30 jun 1971 during an early monring sleep out. Buried
Butler Co, Memorial ParkShot and killed 30 jun 1971 during an early
monring sleep out. Buried Butler Co, Memorial Park

[NI44135] The printed record does not define which children are by which wife, so
am placing them all under Maria Rasarias until directed differently.The
printed record does not define which children are by which wife, so am
placing them all under Maria Rasarias until directed differently.

[NI44191] bur Carson Cem., KY. Obit says he was born June 2, 1910bur Carson Cem.,
KY. Obit says he was born June 2, 1910

[NI44426] Information on Isaac Daniel Stamper has been prepared by and is the
property of Researcher: Carolyn Wilson Dyer, 413 McKenna Ct., Lexington,
Kentucky 40505, and supplied for use on the Stamper Family Internet
Project. This information may not be reprinted or reproduced for Resale
without the consent of owner. If you find any mistakes please contact
researcher with documented information and we will make the changes. The
Researcher of this information Carolyn Wilson Dyer suggests there is
always possibility of error in any research materials. She suggests your
use this information as a guide to conducting your own research on the
Stamper surname.
Isaac Daniel Stamper was a farmer. He Lived in Letcher County at the
Stamper homeplace at mouth of Colly on Rockhouse Creek. Married Polly
Adams. Isaac Daniel was the brother of Sarah Stamper wife to John
Stamper. John and Sarah lived in Carter County, Kentucky. The John and
Sarah Stamper families lived in the Buffalo Creek, Smokey Valley, and
Olive Hill districts of Carter County.
Isaac Stamper's son Stephen, was a U.S. Marshall on assignment, he was
killed in Morgan County, Kentucky by Thomas Prather. After his death
Stephen's wife Elizabeth and children moved to Carter County. I am still
trying to find the connection that would bring Elizabeth and children to
live in Carter County. I do not believe at this time it was the other
Stamper family living in Carter County. Elizabeth and her children lived
on Smith Creek in the Gregoryville area of Carter County. I can only
assume that one of her family members was living in this area. Stephen's
son Isaac Daniel married Heneritta Buckley they established a home on
Smith Branch and was referred to as the Stamper homeplace. Isaac's
Brother Shadrack (Shade) as he was known, lived next door to the
homeplace on Smith Creek in the Gregoryville vicinity of Carter County.
Other Sources: Oliver Stamper; Grace Stamper; Carolyn Wilson Dyer.
Letcher County Census 1850-1860-1870; Carter County Census
1900-1910-1920; marriages Letcher County, Kentucky; Mariages Carter
County, Kentuckuy; age 34 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per Oliver Stamper (1945): Isaac D. Stamper (William, James), farmer. b.
September 19, 1816. Twin brother to Nancy. md. Polly Adams, who was born
February 1817. They lived at old homestead at mouth of Colly on Rockhouse
in Letcher County, Kentucky, where they are both buried. Isaac died
September 27, 1875, and Polly February 4, 1864 or 1884. per Carolyn
Dyer: Isaac Daniel was born 1816 in Perry County, Kentucky, but that
part of the County became Letcher County, KY. This information has been
documented. Letcher County, Kentucky Census, History of Letcher County,
Kentucky, Kentucky and Letcher County Methodist Heritage, The Mountain
Eagle Newspaper. Information on William Stamper came from the East Ky,
page 9, 1-4, 1965-1969.Information on Isaac Daniel Stamper has been
prepared by and is the property of Researcher: Carolyn Wilson Dyer, 413
McKenna Ct., Lexington, Kentucky 40505, and supplied for use on the
Stamper Family Internet Project. This information may not be reprinted or
reproduced for Resale without the consent of owner. If you find any
mistakes please contact researcher with documented information and we
will make the changes. The Researcher of this information Carolyn Wilson
Dyer suggests there is always possibility of error in any research
materials. She suggests your use this information as a guide to
conducting your own research on the Stamper surname.
Isaac Daniel Stamper was a farmer. He Lived in Letcher County at the
Stamper homeplace at mouth of Colly on Rockhouse Creek. Married Polly
Adams. Isaac Daniel was the brother of Sarah Stamper wife to John
Stamper. John and Sarah lived in Carter County, Kentucky. The John and
Sarah Stamper families lived in the Buffalo Creek, Smokey Valley, and
Olive Hill districts of Carter County.
Isaac Stamper's son Stephen, was a U.S. Marshall on assignment, he was
killed in Morgan County, Kentucky by Thomas Prather. After his death
Stephen's wife Elizabeth and children moved to Carter County. I am still
trying to find the connection that would bring Elizabeth and children to
live in Carter County. I do not believe at this time it was the other
Stamper family living in Carter County. Elizabeth and her children lived
on Smith Creek in the Gregoryville area of Carter County. I can only
assume that one of her family members was living in this area. Stephen's
son Isaac Daniel married Heneritta Buckley they established a home on
Smith Branch and was referred to as the Stamper homeplace. Isaac's
Brother Shadrack (Shade) as he was known, lived next door to the
homeplace on Smith Creek in the Gregoryville vicinity of Carter County.
Other Sources: Oliver Stamper; Grace Stamper; Carolyn Wilson Dyer.
Letcher County Census 1850-1860-1870; Carter County Census
1900-1910-1920; marriages Letcher County, Kentucky; Mariages Carter
County, Kentuckuy; age 34 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census.
per Oliver Stamper (1945): Isaac D. Stamper (William, James), farmer. b.
September 19, 1816. Twin brother to Nancy. md. Polly Adams, who was born
February 1817. They lived at old homestead at mouth of Colly on Rockhouse
in Letcher County, Kentucky, where they are both buried. Isaac died
September 27, 1875, and Polly February 4, 1864 or 1884. per Carolyn
Dyer: Isaac Daniel was born 1816 in Perry County, Kentucky, but that
part of the County became Letcher County, KY. This information has been
documented. Letcher County, Kentucky Census, History of Letcher County,
Kentucky, Kentucky and Letcher County Methodist Heritage, The Mountain
Eagle Newspaper. Information on William Stamper came from the East Ky,
page 9, 1-4, 1965-1969.

[NI44428] Information on Hiram Stamper has been researched by and is the property
of researcher:
Carolyn Wilson Dyer
413 McKenna Court
Lexington, Kentucky 40505

This information may not be reprinted or reproduced for RESALE without
the consent of owner.
Researcher Carolyn Wilson Dyer suggests there is always possibility of
error in any research materials. She suggest you use this information as
a guide to conducting your own research on the Stamper surname.

Hiram Stamper was Sheriff of Letcher County, Kentucky.
Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family,
Letcher County Census Book, 1880 page 202.
Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky

age 9 in 1850 Letcher Co,KY Census

[NI44432] Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family,; Letcher County Census Book,
1880 page 202; Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky; Obit OF
Wife Mtn Eagle 18 Mar 1948; BK 8 PG 160 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg.

[NI44433] Obit Mnt Eagle 18 Mar 1948, she is called Impsan. In the marriage index,
she is named Empshia Ann Ison. Relative reports call her Emma Anna Ison.

[NI44439] Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family; Letcher County Census Book,
1880 page 202.; Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky; BK 8 PG
596 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI44443] Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family
Letcher County Census Book, 1880 page 202.
Letcher County Marriage Book Index
Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky

[NI44447] Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family
Letcher County Census Book, 1880 page 202.
1910 Soundex Census, Letcher County, Kentukcy
Kentucky Historical Library, Frankfort,Kentucky
BK 10 PG 528 Letcher CO KY Marr Reg

[NI44454] Information Sources:Hiram Stamper Family; Letcher County Census Book,
1880 page 202.; Marriage Index Letcher County, Ky. Bk. 12 pg. 290 ;
Soundex Census 1910, Letcher County, Kentucky; Kentucky Historical
Library, Frankfort,Kentucky
Bk12 pg290,Letcher Co,KY marr reg

contact:Douglas Stamper,17635 White Oak,Lowell IND 46356

(219) 696-4046 (1992)

died of TB

[NI44465] Information on the Martha Stamper Greer family came from the Kentucky
Archives, Frankfort Kentucky. Microfilm 1900 Census Carter County,
Kentucky. Marriage index Carter County, Kentucky.
Living with the family when the 1900 Census taken was William Greer
brother to Charles, Born February 1863.

[NI44466] Information on the Charles Greer family came from the Kentucky Archives,
Frankfort Kentucky. Microfilm 1900 Census Carter County, Kentucky.
Marriage index Carter County, Kentucky.
Living with the family when the 1900 Census taken was William Greer
brother to Charles, Born February 1863.

[NI44471] Information on Shadrack Benton Stamper has been prepared by and is the
property of Researcher: Carolyn Wilson Dyer, 413 McKenna Ct., Lexington,
Kentucky 40505; This information may not be reprinted or reproduced for
Resale without the consent of owner. If you find any mistakes please
contact researcher with documented information and we will make the
changes.
Shadrack Benton Stamper was a Farmer. He was stricken with the fate of
14. Born March 14, 1870. Son of Stephen and Elizabeth Murrell Stamper,
funeral read from St John 14, died Sept 14, 1940, Married February 14,
1896. Shade and Eunice lived in the Smith Branch-Gregoryville district of
Carter County, Kentucky. When Shade died in 1941 Eunice remained in the
home. She lived there until she was to ill to live alone. The Stamper
homeplace remains in the family it is owned by Leslie Buck Stamper.;
Sources for all of Shadrack Benton Stamper Family: Breathitt County
Census 1870-1880; Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County
Marriage Index 1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm
Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky Death Index 1911-1995; Grace
Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae WilsonInformation on Shadrack Benton Stamper
has been prepared by and is the property of Researcher: Carolyn Wilson
Dyer, 413 McKenna Ct., Lexington, Kentucky 40505; This information may
not be reprinted or reproduced for Resale without the consent of owner.
If you find any mistakes please contact researcher with documented
information and we will make the changes.
Shadrack Benton Stamper was a Farmer. He was stricken with the fate of
14. Born March 14, 1870. Son of Stephen and Elizabeth Murrell Stamper,
funeral read from St John 14, died Sept 14, 1940, Married February 14,
1896. Shade and Eunice lived in the Smith Branch-Gregoryville district of
Carter County, Kentucky. When Shade died in 1941 Eunice remained in the
home. She lived there until she was to ill to live alone. The Stamper
homeplace remains in the family it is owned by Leslie Buck Stamper.;
Sources for all of Shadrack Benton Stamper Family: Breathitt County
Census 1870-1880; Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County
Marriage Index 1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm
Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky Death Index 1911-1995; Grace
Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44475] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson
Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44479] Living in the home of Nancy and James was James Conn nephew born April
1880, 20 years old.
Sources:Carter County Census 1900

Carter County Marriage Index 1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm
Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995
Kentucky Death Index 1911-1995
Grace Stamper
Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44480] Living in the home of Nancy and James was James Conn nephew born April
1880, 20 years old.
Sources:Carter County Census 1900

[NI44486] Information on Issac D. Stamper came from 1910-1920 Census Carter County,
Kentucky
Marriage Index-Book 6 page 254 Carter County.
Diary of Nora Mae Wilson.
Cemetery Records Carter County, Kentucky

[NI44487] From the Diary of Nora Mae Stamper Wilson. Saturday, March 30, 1963. It
was a warm and cloudy day, rain started in afternoon, Aunt Etta Stamper
had a stroke today.
Wednesday, April 3, 1963. A fine warm day. Aunt Etta Stamper passed
away at 12:30 tonight.NW
Friday, April 5, 1963. A very nice day. Cool wind blowing. Aunt Etta
Stamper's funeral down to the church(Gregoryville, Christian Church) Carl
Wilson and Preach Stamper pall bearers. Carl Wilson is the son of Nora
Wilson and Preach Stamper is the brother of Nora. Aunt Etta was buried
in the Everman Cemetery

[NI44501] Information on Rosa Stamper came from Carter County,Kentucky Census 1900.
Carter County Marriage Index-Microfilm-Book 7 page 264

[NI44503] It was Christmas 1908 late in the afternoon two Gregoryvillians suffered
fatal wounds in a shooting atop Town Hill. Grant Stamper was killed
insstantly and his nephew, Steve, lingered through the night, dying on
Christmas Day. Grayson marshal Frank Prather, and his brother Fred were
charged with homicide but later acquitted. Louisa's Big Sandy News
reported it this way:
The Prather brothers went to the country to serve a warrant on Frank
Bradshaw, charged with disorderly conduct in Grayson and who had been
warned out of town by Steve Stamper, a deputy sheriff. Bradshaw was
intercepted about one mile west of town and arrested by the Prathers. It
is alleged the Stampers wanted the Prathers to release Bradshaw from
their custody, which brought about a quarrell during which one was killed
and one fatally wounded.
This shooting may have been another episode of the shooting in 1882 in
Morgan County in which Thomas Prater killed Stephen Stamper the father of
Grant Stamper and Grandfather of Steve.

Sources:Carter County Census 1900

Carter County Marriage Index 1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm
Carter County a pictorial history By George Wolfford

[NI44541] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44542] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44543] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44544] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995' Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44545] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44546] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44547] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44548] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44549] Kentucky cert.#06562, vol 014

[NI44550] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44551] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44552] Sources:Carter County Census 1900-1910-1920; Carter County Marriage Index
1882-1940 Stamper. Microfilm; Kentucky Birth Index 1911-1995; Kentucky
Death Index 1911-1995; Grace Stamper; Diary of Nora Mae Wilson

[NI44656] per Oliver Stamper (1945) Mary & Jefferson Ison had 1 son & 6 daughters.

[NI44663] In 1880 Letcher County, Kentucky Census, Elizabeth is living with her
brother Moses Stamper and his family. Elizabeth died May 1880.

[NI44670] 1830 Perry Co,KY census indicates 15 ch? nickname "Tater" added by
Deneen R. Whiteside; 717 Vine Str; Washington C.H., Ohio 43160: 1996:
Oliver Stamper (1945): William Stamper, farmer, trapper, hunter and
trader. Referred to by some
of his descendants as Old Billie or Old William. b. March 22,. 1774, in
North Carolina. m. Emily (Millie) Polly, daughter of Edward (Edwin or
Edmund} and Agnes (Mullins) Polly. Edw. Polly was born in 1758 and was a
private in the Revolution under Captains Burton and Webb, Colonels Gibson
and Stephen of the Virginia Line. Edw. Polly migrated from North
Carolina to Kentucky and settled at or near Mayking on the Kentucky
River in what is now Letcher County, where he died about 1845. Between
1796 and 1800, just before or just after his marriage, William migrated
from the vicinity of Grassycreek, North Carolina and settled on Rockhouse
at or near the mouth of Colly. After the birth of all his children he
and wife moved to Morgan County, Ky., where he died April 30,. 1852. His
wife died April 17, 1850. Both are buried in Stamper Cemetery at or near
Grassycreek, Morgan County, Kentucky Some of his children also settled
in Morgan County.
A. Carole Bays has contributed much to the descendants of this family,
citing birth, death, marriage, obits, and census records (Nov 1997)
Carolyn Wilson Dyer, Nov 1997, has also contributed much, siting sources
as multiple Letcher Co, KY census reports. Letcher county methodist
Heritage, The Mountain Eagle Newspaper, Information on William Stamper
came from the East Ky, page 9, 1-4, 1965-1969E Ky. Vol. 1 #2, Sept. 1965
William and Millie migrated to Kentucky on Rockhouse near the mouth of
Colly.
After the birth of their 12 children they moved to Morgan County. William
was known by several nicknames such as "Old Billy", "Old William", or
"Tater Bill". William was one of the Justices present at the June term
of Perry County Kentucky Court in 1822. He was sheriff of Perry County
in 1829 and his son, Hiram was his deputy. After the birth of their
children, they moved to Morgan County, Kentucky.

[NI44671] From James A. Stamper ; It has been acceptedd
that Emily, wife of William Stamper, was the daughter of Rev. Soldier
Edward Polly and wife Agnes Mullins because that's what Oliver Stamper
said in his book "Descendants of James Stamper". However, I know of a
lady who was denied entrance into DAR through this line because of the
information in Edward Polly's pension application. He names all his
children, and there is no Emily/Milly. Also, the number of children he
names matches the number of children he states that he had fathered, so
no one was left out. In addition, if we look at the grandchildren,
great grandchildren, etc. who bear the Polly name, we would expect to see
the name Emily/Milly, but it is not there. However, it is found among
William Stamper's descendants. Where does this leave us?
See further comments in Edward Polly's record. It DOES appear we may
have the wrong parents for Emily Polly. Where does this leave us?
More from James A. Stamper: Reasons why Emily/Millie wife of William
Stamper was not a Polly, but was probably a Whitaker
1. On two occasions in Edward Polly�s various pension applications, it
was stated and sworn to that he had twelve children and these twelve
children were named. There was no Emily or Millie mentioned.
2. It is a documented fact that Edward Polly and wife Agnes Mullins did
not marry until 1784. William Stamper�s oldest child, James B. Stamper,
was born in 1797 in North Carolina. This would have given a daughter of
Edward Polly only 13 years to be born, grow up, marry, and bear a child.
Hardly possible despite the early age at which many females married in
those days.
3. There is little evidence that William Stamper would have had
opportunity to meet a daughter of Edward Polly. Edward and Agnes married
in Halifax Co., VA and then went to Tennessee and lived for 30 years
before coming to Kentucky about 1820 or later. This is sworn to in
Edward�s pension application.
4. Why is the name 'Millie' carried down and used often among the
descendants of William Stamper, but not among the descendants of Edward
Polly? Also, if William married Edward Polly�s daughter, would we not
expect to see the name Edward or Agnes carried down among William�s early
descendants? The name is totally absent.
5. The Whitakers lived in the Ashe Co., NC area, the same area where
William Stamper last lived in NC before coming to Kentucky.
6. William Stamper named a son Isaac D. Stamper. Isaac is an often-used
name among the Whitakers. Also in one of the early Kentucky census
records, William Stamper was listed next to Isaac Whitaker. One Isaac
Whitaker served in the American Revolution.
7. Perry Co., Kentucky Court Minute Book #3 refers to William�s son John
Whit as 'John Whitaker Stamper'. The name John Whit has been used
numerous times among William Stamper�s descendants.

[NI44680] Obit OF Mother IN Mtn Eagle 18 Mar 1948

[NI44689] source: Combs Gen by Mae Frazier; lived at Barking,near Premium,KY

[NI44753] This record shows John married 3 times with no marriage dates, and no
birth dates for all but the last 6 children (assumed to belong to wife
#3). Therefore, it is entirely possible these children may be placed
with the wrong mother. If anyone has evidence to the contrary, please
notify me.This record shows John married 3 times with no marriage dates,
and no birth dates for all but the last 6 children (assumed to belong to
wife #3). Therefore, it is entirely possible these children may be
placed with the wrong mother. If anyone has evidence to the contrary,
please notify me.

[NI44818] Edna's father was a member of the Cherokee Indian TribeEdna's father was
a member of the Cherokee Indian Tribe

[NI45138] resided at Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin Territory with Northwest Fur
Company in 1804resided at Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin Territory with
Northwest Fur Company in 1804

[NI45164] Jean and Francoise were living at Notre-Dame de Chemille', Province of
Anjou, France in 1676Jean and Francoise were living at Notre-Dame de
Chemille', Province of Anjou, France in 1676

[NI45246] !Q: Is she sister to G.I. Burch who married Laura M. Harrison, sister to
Benjamin?
!1900 Macon Co./Jackson Twp. Census says her birthdate is Oct. 1875 but
tombstone says 22 Nov. 1875.

[NI45248] !b. 20 Jan. 18??
d. illegible

[NI45264] Moved to Pulaski Co., KY in 1830. In 1839 moved to Macon Co., MO.

[NI45290] !1943 BIRTH: Birth Certificate; 1943; State of New York, District 4601,
Schenectady, registered No. 1180; in possession of Jonathan Paul; Date of
birth, August 23, 1943, Ellis Hospital.

!1961 EDUCATION: High School Diploma; Blair Academy, Blairstown New
Jersey; June 4, 1961.

!1964 EDUCATION: Batchelor in Arts, Columbia College, Columbia
University, New
York NY; October 1964, major: English and Architecture.

!1964 MARRIAGE: Marriage Certificate; State of Connecticut, Town of
Rowayton;
Jonathan E. Paul married Carolann Veronica Mulroney, Rev. William E.
Mundell
officiating.

!OCCUPATION: 1964-present; Computer software programmer, systems analyst,
manager of software development.

!1967 CHILDREN: New York Birth Certificate 156-67-102543; in possession
of Jonathan Paul;, Daughter, Victoria Walden Paul, Date of birth: January
23,
1967, Mt. Saini Hospital, Manhattan, New York.

!1973 DIVORCE: Final Judgement, New York Supreme Court; Court papers in
my possession, dated January 19, 1973.

!1979 MARRIAGE: Monterey County California, Marriage Certificate; In
possession of Jonathan Paul; June 16, 1979, Salinas CA. Married to Gale
Ann
Wood, by Judge Richard Silver

!RESIDENCES: 1943-1993; Residences of Jonathan Paul.
Aug 1943-May 1949 223 Union Street Schenectady NY
Jun 1949-Dec 1949 Selkirk NY, Home of LaVergne Paul
Jan 1950-Sep 1950 518 Madison Ave, New York
Sep 1950-Dec 1952 Saint Christopher's School, Dobbs Ferry NY
Jan 1952-Aug 1952 3 Amsterdam Ave, Bronxville NY, Nessledge
family residence.
Sep 1952-Jun 1953 Saint Christopher School
Jun 1953-Sep 1954 518 Madison Ave, New York
Sep 1954-Jun 1957 Manumit School, Pendel, Bucks County, PA
Sep 1957-Jun 1961 Blair Academy, Blairstown NJ
Jun 1961-Jun 1963 518 Madison Ave, Manhattan, NY
Jun 1963-Sep 1964 55 W 175th Street, Bronx NY
Sep 1964-Nov 1966 210 W. 103 St. Manhattan, NY
Nov 1966-Jan 1968 785 West End Ave, manhattan, NY
Jan 1968-Oct 1968 34 Cole Ave Williamstown, Mass
Oct 1968-Nov 1971 124 Lawn Terrace, Mamaroneck N.Y.
Nov 1971-Sep 1972 305 E.6th St. Manhattan NY
Sep 1972-Nov 1974 44 West 12 St. Manhattan NY
Nov 1974-Jul 1976 166 Mar Vista Drive, Monterey CA
Jul 1976-Sep 1978 8 Sage Road, Carmel Valley, CA
Sep 1978-Nov 1978 305 Walnut Street, Pacific Grove, CA
Nov 1978-May 1979 345-67 Colerage Drive, Salinas CA
May 1979-present 56 Calera Canyon, Salinas CA

[NI45291] !1839 BIRTH: 16 March 1839, Columbus IN. Date from headstone, Old
Monticello
Cemetery, Monticello, IN.

!1840 CENSUS: Barthomolew County, Indiana
LDS Film # 007722, Page 100, Sand Creek Township
James Edwards, Head of Household
1 male 1-5 James, age 1
1 male 5-10 Arthur L., age 6
1 male 30-40 James, age 36
1 female 20-30 Sarah E. Chenoweth, age 28
Note: Sara Elizabeth (2nd child, born 1836) is dead

!1850 CENSUS: Clinton County Indiana
LDS Film # 007752, page 448, 19 June 1850
James Edwards, age 46, male, farmer, $800, born KY
Sarah E. Edwards, age 37, female, born KY
Arthur Edwards, age 16, farmer, male, born IN
James H. Edwards, age 11, male, born IN
Mary A Edwards, age 9, female, born IN
William J. Edwards, age 1, male, born IN

!1860 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township LDS Film No. 363334,
Household 26
Sarah E. Edwards, female, age 47, farmer, $5000/$700, born KY
J.H., male, age 21, farmer, born IN
Mary Ann, female, age 19, born IN
W., age 17, farmer, born IN

1862-1865 MILITARY SERVICE: James H. Edwards, age 23, enlisted in
Company D,
12th Indiana Volunteer Infantry on August 11th 1862 and served till
mustered
out May 21st, 1865.

Private Edwards was described as being 5 feet 9 1/4 inches tall, fair
complexion, grey eyes, black hair, and a farmer.

Company D, 12th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry was formed by Captain
George Bowman and consisted mostly of men from White County Indiana. The
term
of enlistment was three years or the duration of the conflict, which ever
was
shorter. Edwards entered as a private but rose to the rank of corporal
before
the end of the conflict. Much of his time in service was spent in
hospital.

The company received little training and was rushed to Kentucky to resist
the
invasion of the Confederate army led by Kerby Smith. On the 30th of
August
1862 the company participated in the battle of Richmond Kentucky.
Many of the soldiers were killed or wounded and most were captured.
Edwards
received a serious gunshot wound to the left thigh, the ball entering the
front about 4 inches below the abdomen and glancing upon the thigh bone,
passing out the rear nearly opposite the point of entrance inflicting
permanent injury and disability. He was treated for this wound at
Richmond,
Kentucky, for about 5 weeks, and after prisoner exchange was brought to
Indianapolis Indiana and thence furloughed home for thirty days, and his
furlough extended, after which he was sent to Memphis Tennessee, where he
entered the convalescent hospital about the 1st of December 1862, and then
remained there till the last of February 1863. He then rejoined his
company in
Grand Junction Tennessee. (Source pension application)

In the spring, the company was placed on duty in Colliersville, Tennessee.
Edwards was appointed Corporal on 20th May 1863 while at Colliersville.
In June the company marched for Vicksburgs being assigned to Logan's 15th
Corps of the Army of the Tennessee in which it served for the next two
years.
Upon reaching Vicksburgs, it entered the trenches at the rear of the
works and
remained there during the siege.

After the siege of Vicksburg was lifted (July 4th) the company marched to
Jackson Miss. where it remained until September 28th when it was moved to
Memphis. The 12th Regiment then participated in Sherman's long march to
Chattanooga taking part in the battle of Missionary Ridge on November
20th.
On the 25th Edwards was again wounded but the nature or extent of this
wound
is not recorded in his records. He was recorded as present in the January
muster. Therefore, it would appear, that this wound was relatively
superficial. The Regiment then marched to the relief of Burnside in
Knoxville, however it is doubtful if Edwards participated in this
maneuver due
to the wound.

As winter set in, the regiment was relocated to Scottsborough Alabama
where it
remained throughout the winter of 1863-64 until it joined the Atlanta
campaign
on May 1st, 1864. Starting in July of 1864, Edwards is shown as absent
and in
the hospital. Therefore it seems unlikely that he participated in the
balance of the Atlanta Campaign, the 'March to the Sea' with Sherman, or
the
Carolina campaigns that closed out the war.

Based on pension applications, Edwards suffered from chronic diarrhea
contracted 'during the campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta'. It would
seem
that his incapacitation from July 1864 until he was mustered out on 21
May
1865 was due to this problem. He was assigned to the Army Hospitals in
Marietta Georgia, then Madison Indiana, and finally the Soldiers Home in
Indianapolis, Indiana. He never recovered from this amoebic dysentery
and,
according to pension applications and doctor's statements, suffered from
diarrhea for a week or more every month for the remainder of his life.
This
disease ultimately damaged his liver and he died at an early age (55) from
'jaundice'.

!1868 LAND: 31 March 1868, James H. Edwards sues for partition of the
family
farm. Plaintiffs are his mother, Sarah Edwards, brothers, Arthur and
William,
and sister Mary Ann. 22/560 of White County Land Records.

!1868 LAND: 1 April 1868, James Edwards bought from D. Turpie (Sheriff)
Monon
Township, White County, 80 Acres ESE 31-28-3, W Track SW 31-28-3, SW SE
31-28-3, excepting 15 Acres off E side SE SW 31-28-3, 22/413 White County
Land
Records.

!1868 LAND: 4 July 1968. James Edwards sells 15 acres of the E side of
SE SW
31-28-3 to Rachel Edwards. 'Said 15 acres to be taken across the whole
length
of the E side of SE SW', 24/470 White County Land Records.

!1869 LAND: 14 June 1868. William F. J. Edwards bought from J. H.
Edwards 80
Acres ESE 31-28-3, W Track SW 32-28-3, SW SE 31-28-3, 25/140 White County
land Records.

!1870 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township page 237, LDS Film No.
363334
William F.J. Edwards, male, age 26, farmer, land $3700, equip
$800, born IN
Sarah E., female, age 57, keeping house, born IN
Emma B., female, age 2/12, born IN
James H., male, age 31, school teacher, born IN

!1873 EDUCATION: James H. Edwards completes 3 years of study at North
Western
Christian University (now Butler University) and was ordained a minister
of
the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

NWCU occupied a twenty five acre campus north west of the city at what is
today 13th and College. He was, presumably, a student in the Department
of
the Bible, Prof. O.A. Burgess, President. The 1870 catalog states: 'In
this
Department, in addition to regular lectures, will be taught Biblical
Analysis
and Criticism; Natural and Revealed Religion; Evidences of Revealed
Religion
and Christianity; The Apostolic Mission of the Church of Christ; The
History
of the Church and its Schisms and Apostasies; Hermeneutics; Homiletics;
and
Mental and Moral Philosophy. In this Department there have been this year
thirty-file students, over twenty of whom are already preaching the
Gospel.'

!1875 OCCUPATION: History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, J. A. Caldwell
Company, Newark Ohio, 1880. FHL Film: 0908661, page 195. Liberty
Township
Christian Church. 'The Edwards family consisted of some of the most
prominent
first members. Rev. Harrison Edwards was the first regularly employed
minister who preached in the new church after 1874.

!1875 MARRIAGE: 1 September, 1875. Monticello IN. to Clara Loughry
Christian
Standard, September 18, 1875 pg. 301.
Married. At the residence of N.B. Loughry, on the evening of September
1, by
Rev S.R. Leawright, Elder J.H. Edwards to Miss Clara Loughry, all of
Monticello IN

!RESIDENCE: Based on Christian Standard and Christian Evangelist
newspapers,
various articles submitted by Rev. J. E. Edwards and his obituary (see
below).
1839-abt 1845 Barthomolew County IN
abt 1845-1854 Clinton County IN
1854-1862 Monon Township, White County In
1862-1865 Civil War Service
1865-1870 Monon Township, White County
1870-1874 N.W.Christian University, Indianapolis IN
1874-Mar 1877 Pastor Francisville IN
Mar 1877-Nov 1878 Pastor Kentland, IN
Nov 1878-Aug 1881 Pastor Valparaiso, IN
Aug 1881-Jul 1882 Pastor South Butler NY
Jul 1882-Dec 1884 Pastor Ligonier, IN
Jan 1884-Dec 1885 Pastor Shelbyville, IN
Dec 1885-Apr 1887 Mission to Melbourne Australia
(Family remained in Shelbyville, IN)
Jul 1887-Jul 1889 Pastor New Castle, IN
Jul 1889-Jul 1892 Pastor Mechanicsburg IL

!CHILDREN: Source 1900 Census, White County Indiana, FHL Film # 1240414,
Monticello City, page 20 (Amy married, not in census)
Amy; daughter, 1876, age 25, born IN, housewife
Pierrepont; son; Jan 1878; age 23; born IN; soldier
LaVonne; daughter; Apr 1879; age 21; born IN; school teacher
Herbert; son; Nov 1881; age 18; born IN; school teacher
LaVergne; daughter; June 1883; age 16; born IN; at school

!1886 MISSION TO AUSTRALIA: J.H. Edwards spent 12 months in Melbourne as
preacher to the Langridge Street Chapel in Collingwood.

Christian Standard, 24 Sep 1887 page 305, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number I by J. H. Edwards.

During the Autumn of 1885, I received an invitation from the Church of
Christ
in Langridge Street, Collingwood, melbourne, Australia to be their
evangelist.
This invitation I accepted.

The overland trip from my home in Shelbyville Indiana to San Francisco my
point of embarkation is a long one. December 21, 1885 found me aboard the
train...

January 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 132.

Brother J. H. Edwards, of Indiana U.S., has accepted an invitation from
the
church in Collingwood, to labor as their evangelist. Bro. Edwards is a
man of
some age and experience, and will be a valuable addition to our staff of
colonial preachers. Bro. Edwards may be expected in January or February
1886.

January 1, 1886, Christian Pioneer, page 30

Brother J. H. Edwards, of Indiana U.S.A, has accepted an invitation from
the
Collingwood Church to become their evangelist. Bro. Edwards is a man of
some
age and experience, and will make a valuable addition to our staff of
workers
in the colonies. He is a writer of some note. He is expected in February.

Christian Standard, Oct 1, 1887 page 313, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number II by J. H. Edwards.

My stay in San Francisco was only four days. .... (On January 1st) I
repaired
to the wharf and went aboard the Royal Mail Steamer, Australia. Six days
we
ploughed through the waters ....
until our voyage was ended in Oahu and the city of Honolulu where we
remained
for one day

Christian Standard, 16 Oct, 1887 page 329, Around The Globe and the New
Austral World, Number IV by J. H. Edwards.

At length, during the twenty first day out of San Francisco, we were
gladdened
by our first sight of the Australian Continent. It was the headland
known as
Sugar Loaf Point, New South Wales. It was indeed a welcome sight....
Finally
at 1am, January 22, we passed through the heads into Sydney harbor, and
anchored waiting for the morning. We had made the quickest trip from San
Francisco to Sydney on record - twenty one days and ten hours.

Christian Standard, 12 Nov, 1887 page 351, Around The Globe and the New
Austral World, Number VII by J. H. Edwards.

At five o'clock on the afternoon of January 25th (Monday), I went to the
station and secured a passage to Melbourne, 576 miles away. And now,
with the
shrill scream of the engine whistle, we slowly glided into Spencer Street
Station and at 11:40 am our compartment doors were unfastened and we were
released from our imprisonment.

February 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 170

Bro. J. H. Edwards arrived in Sydney in the s.s. Australia on January 23,
arriving in Melbourne on January 26. He will commence work in
Collingwood at
once. We bid him a hearty welcome to these shores.

Church of Collingwood, Diamond Jubilee (1932). Discussing preachers at
Collingwood:

...Then followed J.P. Wright, T.H. Bates, M.W. Green, T.C.
Bennett, J.H. Edwards, and Dr. Porter.

March 1, 1886, Christian Pioneer, page 46

On January 26 Bro. J. H. Edwards from America arrived in Melbourne. Quite
a
number of the brethren from various churches were on the platform at
Spencer
Street to bid him welcome. He commenced his work at once at
Collingwood. His
address is 93 Gore Street, Fitzroy. On Monday evening February 8th, a
welcome
tea was given at the Collingwood church. There was a large attendance,
and at
the after meeting, the following brethren gave short addresses: Dunn,
Bates,
Clapham, Strange, Maston, and Edwards. The meeting was enthusiastic and
hearty.

Christian Standard, 19 Nov 1887 page 369, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number VIII by J. H. Edwards.

At length the days of waiting passed and the Lord's day came. I went to
the
chapel and had my first look into the faces of my congregation at 11
o'clock
AM.

(At the welcome tea meeting) the speeches were short, about five or six
being
made. The speakers vied with each other in averring how glad they were
to see
me and how they had fallen in love with my looks....

March 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 191-193, Welcome to Bro.
Edwards

An interesting and successful tea and public meeting was held in Langridge
Street Chapel on Monday evening, February 8th, the object being to
welcome Bro.
Edwards, who has recently arrived from America .... About 200 sat down to
tea and 350 were present at the after meeting.

Bro. A. B. Maston said he knew Bro. Edwards well and he knew his worth.
All
the time he had been in Australia, he had been writing Bro. Edwards and
urging
him to come here; in consequence of this correspondence, Bro. Edwards was
here.
The church would find him a true man. He would not make a great stir and
excitement, but would do a quiet, steady, good work which would last. If
they
treated him well, he (Bro. Edwards) would treat them well; But if they
did
not treat him well - well, he would not say much about it. Give him
heart,
sympathy, kindness, love and he will work for you bravely and well. Bro.
Edwards has closer ties than those mentioned by Bro Dunn (ties to
America).
He has a wife and children. He will let them into a little secret. If
you
treat Bro. Edwards well, he will send for these loved ones, and he will
live,
labor, and die amongst you.

Bro. Edwards spoke with deep feeling and was occasionally almost
overcome. It
is no wonder that I have a high opinion of myself (based on the praise
given
him). Let me assure that while you have been forming an opinion of me, I
have
been forming an opinion of you ... and the feeling is mutual. My
thoughts
run to the home and the loved ones I have left behind me.

Bro. Maston has told you how long and how often
he has been writing to me and urging me to come to Australia. As I have
read
his letters from time to time, I said to myself, why should I go. There
is
work enough, more than enough, God knoweth, in my own land. I can truly
say
that I had no intention of coming. But God ordered otherwise. My health
began to fail - I was not feeling well. I had not been laid aside. I
continued my work but was growing worse. I could not rest at night and a
general depression was growing over me. I believe that our Father in
Heaven
does communicate his will to his children. But one night I retired to
rest
and quite unusually I rested well, better than I had done in many weeks.
When
I awoke, the first thing that pressed itself upon my mind was the urgent
requests from Bro. Maston to come to Victoria. I seemed to hear a voice
saying 'go'. I tried to pass the impression off, thinking it was the
result
of failing health, but I could not. Again the voice seemed to say 'go
go'. I
asked myself the question, 'what does this mean'. At noon the mail
arrived,
and there were among them Bro. Maston's letter and your invitation. I
broke
the seal and read the letter on my way home, and the impression came
again,
'go go'. I said, if it is the Lord's will, I will go, no matter how dear
the
ties that must be broken. I decided to come. I believe that the Lord
has led
me here and that he has work for me to do, and that he will help me. If
the
Lord so opens up my way, I intend to send for my loved ones, and to
remain to
live, labor, and die with you. I thank you for your most kindly and
hearty
blessing.'

April 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 203 J.H. Edwards
submitted an
article titled 'Baptism In A Setting Of Gospel Jewels'. His address was
listed as 93 Gore Street, Victoria. This building is two blocks from the
Langridge Chapel and the building still stands today, a one story blue
stone
two family house of classic Victorian-era Melbourne design.

June 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 272

Collingwood. Bro. Edwards in now thoroughly into his work. On Lords day
evenings the audiences are good, the themes being specially interesting
and
instructive, and listened to with market attention. The blackboard
illustrations appear to be highly appreciated. An analytical bible class
has
been commenced on Monday evenings by Bro. Edwards which will, no doubt,
prove
highly useful. This class has already started with a good attendance.

July 1886, Church of Collingwood, Diamond Jubilee (1932). Bro.
and Sister P. Conning were married in Langridge Street, Bro. J.
H. Edwards officiating.

August 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard

Bro. Edwards is having large audiences and is sowing good seed.

September 1, Christian Pioneer, page 141

Bro. Edwards is creating quite an interest in Collingwood and a number
have
recently come out on the lords side.

September 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, p. 326

J. H. Edwards mentioned as editor of 'The Helping Hand' newspaper. He
submitted a 3-page article on the 'cemetery question'. The article was
against sectarian division of a new cemetery and involved a written
running
feud with a local Methodist newspaper.

September 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, page. 332

J. H. Edwards submits a 2-page article on the 'music question'.

October 1, 1886, Australian Christian Standard, page 358

J. H. Edwards submits a reply to the September 1 article.

Christian Standard, 4 Feb 1888 page 66, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number XIX by J. H. Edwards.

During my stay in Melbourne this music question came up and was being
discussed. I had the occasion and temerity to freely express my views in
the
Australian Christian Standard.

October 1, 1886, Christian Pioneer, page 162

Bro. Edwards took a trip of a few days to Ballarat last week.
Bro. Edwards will preach in the new chapel in Berwick Oct 12th.

Christian Standard, 10 Dec 1887 page 385, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number X by J. H. Edwards.

During my sojourn in Melbourne, I went into the interior about 100 miles
and
visited Ballarat .... It was there that gold was first discovered in
Victoria.

December 1, 1886, Christian Pioneer, page 194

Bro. Edwards will return to America about the 1st February. We are sorry
to
loose him as he has endeared himself to all.

January 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 6

Brother Edwards has been doing much good work at Langridge Street. Much
regret is expressed at the prospect of the departure from our shores, but
in
the family trial which he is undergoing his departure seems inevitable.

January 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 12

J. H. Edwards submits a 2-page article titled 'The Harvest'.

January 1, 1887, Christian Pioneer, page 14

J. H. Edwards leaves Melbourne for his home in the United States on or
about
February 8th. He goes via England. Thomas Porter has accepted an
engagement
with the church in Collingwood, to commence in the middle of February.

February 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 30

We hear that the North Fitzroy proposes opening their new building on
Lord's
day, January 30th. Bro. Edwards is to preach in the afternoon. .... The
new
building is most handsome and will seat almost 500.

February 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 31

The Yankee Republic is the title of a most interesting lecture prepared
by Bro.
Edwards. The lecture was delivered at the Langridge Street Chapel on
Tuesday
evening, January 18th to a large and appreciative audience.

Christian Standard, 18 feb 1888, page 98, Around The Globe and the New
Austral
World, Number XX by J. H. Edwards.

Shortly before my return home I prepared and delivered a lecture entitled
The
Yankee Republic. It was delivered in the Langridge Street Chapel.

February 1, 1887, Christian Pioneer, page 30

J. H. Edwards closes his engagement in Collingwood, Feb 6. A farewell and
welcome tea in Collingwood Feb 8th. Farewell to J.
H. Edwards and welcome to Thomas Porter.

March 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 53

Bro. Edwards has left for America via Palestine and Great Britain.

March 1, 1887, Australian Christian Standard, page 62

List of Churches of Christ in Australian Colonies: Collingwood, Chapel in
Langridge Street, J.Edwards, 97 Sackville Street. The mentioned address
does
not exist today and in its place is an industrial building. It is quite
some
distance from the Langridge Street chapel.

March 1, 1887, Christian Pioneer, page 46

The church in Collingwood gave a farewell welcome tea on Feb 8th to say
farewell to Bro. J. H. Edwards and to welcome Bro. Porter.
There was a very large meeting and a splendid feeling. Bro.
Edwards leaves for America via Palestine on February 18th.

Christian Standard, 3 Mar 1888, page 130-131, Around The Globe and the New
Austral World, Number XXI by J. H. Edwards.

I have dwelt under the Southern Cross a little for than fifty five
weeks. The
time has come and I have made arrangements, for me to return to home and
native land. I have decided to continued my journey Westward, rather than
return by the way I had come; and so I selected the royal mail steamer,
Chimborazo, of the Orient Line of steamers, plying between Melbourne and
London. In buying my ticket, I have made arrangements for a stopover in
Port
Said Egypt, intending to make a short run through the Holy Land. .... At
half
past one AM, February 19, the steam throttle is opened .... and told the
story
of our departure.

After fourteen days we came to Diego Garcia in the midst of the Indian
Ocean. .
... During the 9th of March we crossed the Equator. .... The next day we
slowly threaded our way through the Suez Canal, passing through the Bitter
Lakes and coming to anchor in Lake Timsah. .... At last we reached Port
Said ..
.. where I had intended to break my journey for a trip to Jerusalem. My
chagrin can well be imagined when I found out that our line of steamers,
on
account of its prevalence, was being quarantined by the company against
small
pox. Reluctantly I yielded to the conditions, but not without the
lingering
hope that literally my feet shall stand within thy Gates O Jerusalem. We
entered the Mediterranean Sea .... We had not been out long when we
encountered the hardest storm I had witnesses any where on the high seas.
....
In due time we came to the English Channel and safely anchored in
Plymouth.

At last the steamer moved into its place in the Tilbury Docks and its long
Journey from Melbourne was done. .... and in a little more time I was
located
in Wildes Temperance Hotel in Ludgate Hill. .... At Liverpool I went
aboard
the steamer City of Rome for New York. Then a run of seven days and five
hours brought us to the wharf in New York.

Here (in Indianapolis) I passed into the Union Depot at the east end,
from the
west end of which I had started my journey, and thus completed a complete
circuit of the earth on 23 April 23, 1887, having been absent sixteen
months,
and two days, doing the journey, however, in seventy nine days and seven
hours
of travel having made in all my wanderings, 32,000 miles.

Once again beneath the stars and stripes, in the bosom of my family, I am
now
resting contented. I am done. Au revoir.

Note: I have tried to share with my readers the pleasures my trip
afforded me.
... If any who have followed me around the globe desire to be further
informed, as far as time will permit, I shall be pleased to briefly
attend to
their enquiries.

New Castle, Ind. J. H. Edwards.

Christian Evangelist, may 26, 1887. page 331. Letter to O. A.
Carr, published with permission.

Dear Brother Carr: Contrary to your wishes before I went away, I am now
at
home. I arrived via London and New York the last Lords Day morning (April
26th). I found my wife and family as well as I expected but not the best.

I am now in a position to express myself freely about the Australian
brethren.
I cannot give my feelings in the few words of a brief note. Let me sum
them
up thus: I have never found a more faithful, more pliable brotherhood
than
that which I met in Victoria, Australia. A few of them entertain some
notions
that I did not fall in with, but these were no source of trouble for them
or
me. In some important things I think they are in advance of our American
church - in others a little behind. My personal experiences were nothing
but
pleasant with them. They treated me handsomely. My expenses and salary
were
paid promptly, and then at the last they complimented with a testimonial
of 35
sovereigns; and last of all, when I went to the ship, about 100 of them
went
the 12 miles to Williamstown to accompany me to the ship.

I am glad I went to Melbourne. I am sorry I had to come away.
But affairs had so shaped themselves that I felt compelled to do so.

At present, I have no plans for the future, but will respond to any
suitable
opening that may present themselves. I have no doubt of these when it is
known that I am home and ready for work.

I was a little unfortunate on the way home. While passing the Isle of
Crete,
in a severe gale, I was thrown down on the deck and severely hurt my
knee. I
am now only barely able to walk about. I hope to be alright shortly. I
am
the bearer of kind regards and much love to you and sister Carr from the
Melbourne brethren and sisters. Your Brother in Christ, J. H. Edwards
Shelbyville Ind, apr 28, 1887

!MILITARY PENSION: Numerous pension applications and other records exist
in
the National Archives for James H. Edwards.

He first applied for a disability pension on Sept 1, 1874 on the basis of
the
gunshot wound to his left thigh. He was awarded a pension of two dollars
a
month on July 7th, 1875. In 1878 he applied for and was awarded an
additional
two dollars per month pension.

In October of 1885 he applied for an additional pension based on chronic
diarrhea. This claim was rejected. Additional claims, right up to the
time
of his death in 1893 were made.

His widow, Clara L. Edwards applied for and was granted a widow's pension
of
twelve dollars per month plus two dollars for each child below the age of
16.
In 1916 this amount was increased to twenty dollars per month.

Finally, her daughter, Lavergne Edwards Paul applied for funeral benefits
at
her death in 1917.

!APPEARANCE: The pension records of James H. Edwards show a man of medium
height (5' 9"") and heavy build, 185-205 pounds. He apparently walked
with a
slight limp due to the gunshot wound to his left leg. Two pictures (1886
and
abt 1890) show he wore a beard and that his hair was cut short.

!1892 DEATH: August 20, 1992, Rev. James Harrison Edwards dies
Mechanicsville
Il. Ref: Christian Evangelist, Sept 8, 1992, pg 575.
Cause of death, liver disease due to complications of untreated dysentery
contracted while a soldier in the Civil War.

!1892 OBITUARY: 8 Sept 1892, Christian Evangelist.
Elder J. H. Edwards of Mechanicsville, Ill, has passed to his heavenly
home.
He was born in Columbus, Ind, March 16 1839, and died Aug. 20, 1992
making his
age 53 years, 5 months, and 4 days. He united with the Church of Christ
when
he was about 18 years of age. He preached his first sermon in 1870 and
after
that attended N.W.C. University (now Butler University) for 3 years, and
then
entered upon his regular work as a minister of the Gospel of Christ, and
continued until his death. He was the author of the work entitled,
'Orthodoxy
and the Civil Courts', which, it is said, had a larger sale than any other
work published by the Standard Publ. Co. He also wrote a history of La
Port
County Ind. for Chapman & Co., Chicago Ill. in the year 1880. While he
was in
Australia he was the editor of a paper known as the 'Helping Hand'. He
was
the author of several tracts that had considerable sale within the
brotherhood.
He had been a contributor to our paper for a goodly number of years. He
had
on hand a book of poems ready for publication, also a work entitled 'The
World's Great Day of Rest'. The places where he labored as pastor are:
Francisville Ind, his first charge, Kentland Ind., Valparaiso Ind., South
Butler, N.Y., Ligonier, Ind, Shelbyville, Ind, Australia, New Castle,
Ind.,
Mechanicsville, Ind., where he died. He was married to Miss Clara
Loughry,
Sept 1, 1875 and there were born to them five children, two sons and
three
daughters, so that he leaves the mother and five children, relatives, and
a
host of friends to mourn his los

[NI45296] !1844 BIRTH: August 30, 1844. From headstone, Old Monticello Cemetery,
Monticello, IN.

!1850 CENSUS: PA, Indiana County, pg 70, Blairsville, FHL film # 444753

Nelson B. Loughry, age 35, male, merchant, born PA Rachel, age 34, female
Sarah, age 10, female
Joseph, age 7, male
Clara, age 5, female
Albert, age 3, male
Cloid, age 6/12, male
Joseph, age 60, male
Sarah, age 59, female

!1860 CENSUS: Indiana, White County, pg. 1, Monon Township, FHL film #
007747
N.B., age 45, merchant, born PA
Rachel, age 45, female
J.E., age 18, female
C.W., age 16, female
J., age 70, male, farmer
Sarah. age 69, female

!1870 CENSUS: IN, White County, pg.234, Monon Township, FHL film #363334

N.B. Loughry, age 55, male, farmer, $5000/1000, born PA
Rachel, age 53, female, keeps house, born PA
Clara, age 25, female, at home, born PA
Albert W., age 22, male, farmer, born PA
Amy, age 20, female, at home, born PA
Cloid, age 18, at home, born PA
Mary Murray, age 7, at home, born PA

!1875 MARRIAGE: 1 September, 1875. Monticello IN. to James Harrison
Edwards.
Christian Standard, September 18, 1875 pg. 301.
'Married. At the residence of N.B. Loughry, on the evening of September
1, by
Rev S.R. Leawright, Elder J.H. Edwards to Miss Clara Loughry, all of
Monticello IN.'

!OCCUPATION: Preacher's wife, housewife, mother.

!1883 HISTORY: 'White and Pulaski Counties, Indiana' , F.A. Batty & Co.
Publishers. 1883, page 227, FHL Film 09934824, item 4
'...and to them (N.B. Loughry and Rachel Wright Loughry) have been born a
family of six children, Sarah L. (deceased), Joseph E., Clara, Mrs Rev.
Edwards, Albert W., Amy, and Cloid. ...

!1883 RESIDENCE: 'White and Pulaski Counties, Indiana' , F.A. Batty & Co.
Publishers. 1883, page 227, FHL Film 09934824, item 4

'In 1855, he (N. B, Loughry) and the family emigrated to LaFayette, IN
(from
Indiana County PA) and from there moved to White County four years later.
...
the family resided in Monon Township until 1872, engaged in different
pursuits, then removed to Monticello and engaged in milling...'

RESIDENCE: Based on Christian Standard and Christian Evangelist
newspapers,
various articles submitted by Rev. J. E. Edwards and his obituary (see
below).

6/01/73 3/01/78 Pastor Francisville IN
11/03/78 8/03/81 Pastor Valparaiso, IN
8/03/81 7/01/82 Pastor South Butler NY
7/01/82 7/01/83 Pastor Ligonier, IN
7/01/83 12/10/85 Pastor Shelbyville, IN
12/10/85 4/23/87 Mission to Melbourne Australia
(Family remained in Shelbyville, IN)
3/01/87 11/03/87 Pastor Kentland, IN
7/01/87 7/01/89 Pastor New Castle, IN
7/01/89 8/20/92 Pastor Mechanicsburg IL

!1892 SPOUSE: August 20, 1892, husband Rev. James Harrison Edwards dies
Mechanicsville Il. Ref: Christian Evangelist, Sept 8, 1892, pg 575.
'He was married to Miss Clara Loughry Sept 1, 1875 and there were born to
them
five children, two sons and three daughters, so that he leaves the mother
and
five children ... to mourn his loss'

!1900 CENSUS: 1900 Census, White County Indiana, FHL Film # 1240414,
Monticello City, page 20
Edwards, Clara; head; Aug. 1844; age 55; widow; 5 children, 5 living;
born PA; father born PA; mother born PA; owner of house, no mortgage
Pierpont; son; Jan 1878; age 23; born IN; soldier
LaVonne; daughter; Apr 1879; age 21; born IN; school teacher
Herbert; son; Nov 1881; age 18; born IN; school teacher
LaVergne; daughter; June 1883; age 16; born IN; at school
[unnamed street along Panhandle RR, near Walter St.]

!1910 CENSUS: 1910 Census Cass County IN, FHL Film # 1374355, SD 11, ED
31,
Sheet 9A, 5th Ward Logansport, 20 April 1910
Paul, J.E.; head; age 29; married 8 years; born IN; father born OH;
mother born Scotland England; locomotive Engineer; owner of house;
mortgaged
----, LaVergne; age 26; born IN; father born IN; mother born PA;
occupation, none
----, Gordon; age 4; born IN
----, Judson; age 1 2/12; born IN
Edwards, Clara; age 65; widow

!1917 DEATH: June 29, 1917. Logansport IN. Obituary, Christian Standard,
August 11, 1917.

'Mrs. J. H Edwards, a loyal and devoted Christian, passed to her heavenly
reward June 29, 1917 from the home of her daughter Mrs. J. E. Paul. Her
husband, well known as one of the preachers of an earlier day, preceded
her
August 20, 1892. This dear soul will be remembered by many in the various
charges ministered to in the following places: Francisville, Kentland,
Valparaiso, Ligonier, Shelbyville, New Castle IN, South Butler NY,
Mechanicsville IL. Sixteen months were spent with the church in
Australia.
Four of the children survive: Mrs Roy Gardner of Chicago; Pierrepont
Edwards,
Mrs. J. E. Paul of Logansport, and Herbert Edwards.
Logansport In.'

!1917 BURIAL: 3 July 1917. Old Monticello Cemetery, Monticello IN.
Inscription: 'Clara L. Edwards
Aug 30, 1844
June 29, 1917'.
Buried beside her husband James Harrison Edwards in Loughry family plot.

1973 HISTORY: Oral family history told by Gordon Paul (1905-1976).
'Grandmother Edwards lived with us in Logansport until she died. We
called
her Dee Dee. She was short and plump. Grandfather Edwards was an
impoverished preacher in the Christian Church. He went on a mission to
Australia.'

[NI45323] !PARENTS: Father: Joseph Elbert Paul (1879-1947); Mother: LaVergne
Edwards
Paul (1883-1961).

!1910 CENSUS: Federal Census, Cass County IN; 1910; SD 11, ED 31, Sheet
9A,
5th Ward Logansport, 20 April 1910; FHL Film # 1374355;. Paul, J.E.;
head; age
29; married 8 years; born IN; father born OH; mother born Scotland;
locomotive
engineer; owner of house; mortgaged LaVergne; age 26; born IN; father
born IN;
mother born PA; occupation, none Gordon; age 4; born IN Judson; age 1
2/12;
born IN Edwards, Clara; age 65; widow

!1920 CENSUS: Federal Census, Cass County IN; 1920; SD 11, ED 41,
Logansport
City, Ward 5, 7 Jan 1920; .
2130 Market Street
Paul, Joe E., head, owner mortgaged, male, white, 40 married,
born Indiana, father born OH, mother born OH, engineer,
railroad, earned wages
Paul, LaVergne, wife, female, white, age 36, married, born IN
father born IN, mother born PA, occupation none Paul,
Gordon, son, male, white, 14, single, attended school,
born IN, father born IN, mother born IN, occupation none Paul,
Judson, son, male, white, 10, single, attended school,
born IN, father born IN, mother born IN, occupation none

!1922 EDUCATION: High School Diploma; 1922; Graduated Logansport, IN High
School, 2 June 1922; Diploma in possession of Jonathan paul, Salinas CA.

!1926 EDUCATION: College Graduation; Butler University, AB degree in
History,
Indianapolis, IN.

!OCCUPATION: 1926-1928; High school teacher and coach;
1929-1955, various sales positions;
1955-1973, high school math teacher and coach.

!1929 MARRIAGE: Newspaper Clippings from Elgin IL newspapers; 1929; June
19,
1929 Gordon E. Paul married to Lesley Landborg at home of bride's
parents, 7
Hamilton Ave, Elgin IL. Information from news clippings from Elgin IL
papers.

!RESIDENCE: Logansport, IN 1905-1922; Bradford, Ohio 1922-1925; Minnesota
(Shattuck Military Academy) 1926-1927; Elgin IL, 1927-1928; St Louis, MO
1929;
Schenectady NY, 1930-1955; Blairstown NJ, 1956-1974; Schnectady NY,
1974-1976.

!MILITARY: None.

!CHILDREN: Anne, November 25, 1930; Jonathan Edwards, August 23, 1943

!1949 DIVORCE: 29 Oct 1949, Final Decree. Schenectady County, NY, Supreme
Court.

!1950 MARRIAGE: Margaret Rudd Cummings, Schenectady New York.

!1976 DEATH: Death Certificate; 1976; Certificate 4601-50, Schenectady,
Schenectady County, New York; He died at Ellis Hospital, January 14, 1976
following surgury for abdominal cancer; Cremation. Death Certificate in my
possession.

[NI45324] !MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-RESIDENCE_DEATH_CHILDREN: Obituary of Sarah Edmonson
Edwards (spouse) printed in the Christian Standard,
19 Oct., 1878, Cincinnati Ohio:
At Burnettsville, In, August 24, 1878, Sister Sarah Edmonson Edwards,
consort of Bro. Jas. Edwards, deceased. She was born in Hardin County
KY Nov. 10, 1812, and removed with her parents to Bartholomew county
Ind., Dec 1822. There, in her 14th year, she united with the New Hope
Baptist Church, and when that became the Christian Church, she came
with it. She was married, March 8, 1832, and became a widow, August
10, 1854. Sister Edwards was an earnest, steadfast, consistent Christian.
Her faith and hope were unwavering to the end. She longed "to depart
and be with Jesus". Nearly four years before her death she requested me
to preach her funeral, selecting the language of Job, 'I know that my
Redeemer livith' as the text. She leaves three sons, a daughter, several
grandchildren, and many brethren and friends to mourn her loss. W.
Irelan"

!MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES-SPOUSE-DEATH: Obituary printed in the White County
(Indiana) Democrat, 30 August, 1878.
Died, Burnettsville, Ind, August 24, 1878 of 'bilious typhoid congestion',
Mrs. S. E. Edwards, consort of James Edwards, deceased. Born in Hardin
County Kentucky, Nov. 10, 1812, aged 65 years, 10 months, and 14 days.
Removed with her parents to Bartholomew County, Ind. in Dec. 1822,
then a new county. Married James Edwards, March 8, 1832. Removed
with her husband to Clinton County, Ind, April 1845, and again to White
County, Ind, on Sept. 1852 which has continued to be her home until her
death. Bereaved of her husband Aug 10, 1854, whose widow she
remained through the subsequent 27 years of her life. United with the
Baptist Church at New Hope, Bartholomew County, Ind in her 14th year
of age, and when that became a the Christian Church at New Hope, she
still retained her membership in it. The discourse was delivered by Wm.
Ireland, from his chosen text, at the Christian Church at Burnettsville
after which she was conveyed to Bradford and buried beside her husband.

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY, pp 1018
Males: 2-0-0-1-0
William, age 35
John, age 7 (may be dead, based on 1820 census)
James, age 5
Jacob, age 4
Females: 1-0-1-0-0
Sarah Keith, age 29
Elizabeth, age 9 or
Priscilla, age 2
(one of above girls not counted, probably died before
this census)

!1820 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY, pp 50, ln 19
Males: 1-2-0-0-1-0
William 45
(John, age 17 not present, may have died)
James, age 15
Jacob, age 14
William, age 9
Females: 1-0-0-1-0
Sarah, age 39 (pregnant with Jesse)
(Elizabeth, age 19 not present, may be married)
(Priscilla, age 12 not present, may have died)
Sarah, age 2

!1830 CENSUS: Bartholomew County, IN, pp 189, FHL Film # 0007720
Males: 1-1-0-1-2
James Edwards, age 25
Jacob, age 24
William, age 19
Jesse, age 9
Boy, age 0-5 unknown
Females: 0-1-1-0-2-0-1
Sarah Keith Edwards, age 49
Woman, age 20-30, Elizabeth or Priscilla
Woman, age 20-30, unknown
Sarah, age 12
Girl, age 5-10, unknown

!1832 MARRIAGE: 8 Mar 1832, Sarah (Sally) Edmonson Chenoweth Marries
James Edwards, Columbus, Bartholomew County, IN. County marriage Records
March the 16th 1832 to the clerk of the Bartholomew Circuit Court, I do
hereby certify that the within named persons viz. James Edwards & Sally
Chinoweth on the eighth of March 1832 were joined in the bands of
wedlock by me Jos. Fassett teacher of the Christian Religion.

!1840 CENSUS: Barthomolew County, Indiana
LDS Film # 007722, Page 100, Sand Creek Township
J(ames) Edwards, Head of Household
1 male 1-5 James, age 1
1 male 5-10 Arthur L., age 6
1 male 30-40 James, age 36
1 female 20-30 Sarah E. Chenoweth, age 28
Note: Sara Elizabeth (2nd child, born 1836) is dead

!1850 CENSUS: Clinton County Indiana
LDS Film # 007752, page 448, 19 June 1850
James Edwards, age 46, male, farmer, $800, born KY
Sarah E. Edwards, age 37, female, born KY
Arthur Edwards, age 16, farmer, male, born IN
James H. Edwards, age 11, male, born IN
Mary A Edwards, age 9, female, born IN
William J. Edwards, age 1, male, born IN

!RESIDENCE: Based on obituary of his wife, census records, etc
1804-1828 Jefferson County, KY
1828-1845 Barthomolew County IN
1845-1852 Clinton County IN
1852-1854 Monon Township, White County In

!1854 LAND: James Edwards buys 11 March, 1854 the following land
in White County, Indiana for $1,000.00: E 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Section 31
also W Fractions of the SW 1/4 Section 32, also the E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of
Section 31, and SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 og Section 31, all in Township
28 North of Range Three West, about 233 acres.

!1854 DEATH: August 10, 1854. Causes not recorded.

!BURIAL: Wilson Grave Yard, Monon, White County, IN.
Inscription: JAMES EDWARDS, BORN SEPT 15 1804, DIED AUG 10 1854,
49 YRS 11 MO 26 D.

!1853 ESTATE: 13 Sept 1854, White County Indiana. Letters of
Administration
of Estate of James Edwards, deceased.

[NI45325] !1812 BIRTH: 10 November, 1812, Hardin County, Kentucky. Sources are
several
obituaries printed in White County, IN newspapers (see below).

!PARENTS-CONFLICT: There is no primary source that documents the
identity of
the parents of Sarah Edmonson Chenoweth (Edwards). There is, however a
compelling body of circumstantial evidence that supports the assertion
that
her parents were Arthur Chenoweth 3rd and his wife Elizabeth Edmonson.
Marriage of Parents: According to Nelson County KY, Marriage records.
page 29, Arthur Chenoweth married Elizabeth Edmonson, Bond 11 Sept 1809
signed
by Samuel Abell (her uncle), consent filed with bond signed by Lucy Polk
(her
grandmother), guardian of Elizabeth. Witness to consent: Robert Edmonson
(her
uncle?) and Samuel Abell.
Census Records: A female Sarah's age appears in the census records of
Arthur Chenoweth's family in the 1820 and 1830 census, 1820 in Hardin
County
Kentucky and 1830 in Barthomolew County Indiana. The presence of Sarah in
these counties in 1820 and 1830 is well documented by her obituaries.
Although there are multiple Chenoweth families listed in both counties,
the
Arthur Chenoweth household is the only Chenoweth family in the county
listed
with a daughter Sarah's age.
Family Names: Sarah's middle name, Edmonson, strongly supports the
relationship with her mother Elizabeth Edmonson. Further, Sarah's first
son
was named Arthur Lawrence (Edwards) supporting her relationship with both
her
father and grandfather (Arthur) and her paternal grandmother Elspa
Lawrence.
Her first daughter was named Sarah Elizabeth (Edwards). Sarah and
Elizabeth
(although common names) were the names of Sarah Chenoweth's two
grandmothers
(Sarah Abell and Elizabeth Edmonson).

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY. Males 1-0-0-1-0 Females: 0-0-1-0-0
Arthur III (age 26), Elizabeth less than 26, Havilah (less than 1). Sarah
not
yet born.

!1820 CENSUS: Hardin County Ky, Page 58, Line 53, Males 0-1-0-1-0-1,
Females
3-0-0-2-0, Arthur (age 36), Havilah (age 10), Elizabeth (age 34), Sarah
(age
8), Mary (age 5), infant girl (age <1). Plus unknown male 16-26, and
unknown
female 26-45 in household.

!1822 RESIDENCE: Family relocated to Bartholomew Co. In. Dec 1822, Source:
Sarah Chenoweth's Edwards' obituary.

!1829 DEATH-GRANDFATHER: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN.
[Source: DAR Records]

!1830 CENSUS: Bartholomew Co. Indiana.
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Female 1 2 1 1 0 0 1
Arthur, age 46
Elizabeth, age 44
Havilah (Son-1) age 19
Sarah (Daughter -1), age 17
Mary (Daughter-2) (age 15)
Daughter-3 (age 10)
Elizabeth Ellen (Daughter-4) (age 8)
Daughter-5 (age 0-5)
Lawrence (Son-2) (age 0-5)

!1832 MARRIAGE: 8 Mar 1832, Sarah (Sally) Edmonson Chenoweth marries
James
Edwards, Columbus, Bartholomew County, IN. County marriage records:
March the 16th 1832 to the clerk of the Bartholomew Circuit Court, I do
hereby certify that the within named persons viz. James Edwards & Sally
Chinoweth on the eighth of March 1832 were joined in the bands of
wedlock by me Jos. Fassett teacher of the Christian Religion.

!1832-1840 DEATH-MOTHER: After 1832; Elizabeth Edmonson dies after
appearance
in 1830 census at age 44 and after birth of Nelson in 1832 and before 1840
census in which she is absent..

!CHILDREN: James Edwards copy book record of birth of family members.
James Edwards born
Sarah Edwards born
Arthur Lawrence Edwards born
Sarah Elizabeth Edwards born
James Harrison Edwards born
Mary Ann Edwards born
William Flavins Edwards born

!1840 CENSUS: Bartholomew County Co, Indiana. FHL Film # 0007724 (?),
Page 100.
J. Edwards Males: 1-1-0-0-0-1
Females: 0-0-0-0-1
James age 36
Sarah E. age 28
Arthur Lawrence age 6
James Harrison age 1
(Sarah Elizabeth, b 1836 has died)

!1850 CENSUS: Clinton County, IN, FHL Film # 0007752
James Edwards age 46 Farmer $800 b. KY
Sarah E. age 37 b. KY
Arthur age 16 b. IN
James H. age 11 b. IN
Mary A. age 9 b IN
William J. 1 b. IN

!1860 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township LDS Film No. 363334,
Household 26
Sarah E. Edwards, female, age 47, farmer, $5000/$700, born KY
J.H., male, age 21, farmer, born IN
Mary Ann, female, age 19, born IN
W., age 17, farmer, born IN

!1861 LAND: 3rd June, 1861. Sarah E. Edwards buys Lot # four (4) in
Block Y
in the Town of Sharon in the County of White and State of Indiana for
$75.00.
(Believed to be present day Burnettsville).

!1868 LAND: 31 March 1868, James H. Edwards sues for partition of the
family
farm. Plaintiffs are his mother, Sarah Edwards, brothers, Arthur and
William,
and sister Mary Ann. 22/560 of White County Land Records.

!1870 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township page 237, LDS Film No.
363334
William F.J. Edwards, male, age 26, farmer, land $3700, equip
$800, born IN
Sarah E., female, age 57, keeping house, born IN
Emma B., female, age 2/12, born IN (daughter of William and Emma Gates.
Emma Gates had died two months earlier)
James H., male, age 31, school teacher, born IN

!1878 DEATH-BIRTH-MARRIAGE-HUSBAND: Obituary printed in the Christian
Standard, 19 Oct., 1878, Cincinnati Ohio:
At Burnettsville, In, August 24, 1878, Sister Sarah Edmonson Edwards,
consort of Bro. Jas. Edwards, deceased. She was born in Hardin County
KY Nov. 10, 1812, and removed with her parents to Bartholomew county
Ind., Dec 1822. There, in her 14th year, she united with the New Hope
Baptist Church, and when that became the Christian Church, she came
with it. She was married, March 8, 1832, and became a widow, August
10, 1854. Sister Edwards was an earnest, steadfast, consistent Christian.
Her faith and hope were unwavering to the end. She longed "to depart
and be with Jesus". Nearly four years before her death she requested me
to preach her funeral, selecting the language of Job, 'I know that my
Redeemer livith' as the text. She leaves three sons, a daughter, several
grandchildren, and many brethren and friends to mourn her loss. W.
Irelan"

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES-HUSBAND-DEATH: Obituary printed in the White
County (Indiana) Democrat, 30 August, 1878.
Died, Burnettsville, Ind, August 24, 1878 of 'bilious typhoid congestion',
Mrs. S. E. Edwards, consort of James Edwards, deceased. Born in Hardin
County Kentucky, Nov. 10, 1812, aged 65 years, 10 months, and 14 days.
Removed with her parents to Bartholomew County, Ind. in Dec. 1822,
then a new county. married James Edwards, March 8, 1832. Removed
with her husband to Clinton County, Ind, April 1845, and again to White
County, Ind, on Sept. 1852 which has continued to be her home until her
death. Bereaved of her husband Aug 10, 1854, whose widow she
remained through the subsequent 27 years of her life. United with the
Baptist Church at New Hope, Bartholomew County, Ind in her 14th year
of age, and when that became a the Christian Church at New Hope, she
still retained her membership in it. The discourse was delivered by Wm.
Ireland, from his chosen text, at the Christian Church at Burnettsville
after which she was conveyed to Bradford and buried beside her husband.

!1878 DEATH: Obituary printed in the Monticello (Indiana) Herald, 29
August,
1878.
Burnettsville. Mrs Sarah E. Edwards, died here last Friday night in her
66th year. On Sunday morning the funeral sermon was delivered by
Elder Wm Irelan. The remains were then taken to the Wilson
Grave yard, one mile east of Bradford for internment.

!1878 DEATH: Obituary printed in the White County (Indiana) Democrat 30
August, 1878.
Mrs. Sarah Edwards died at the home of her son on Friday night. She
was in her 66th year. Funeral services were held Sabbath morning at the
Christian Church, by Rev. William Ireland, after which her remains were
conveyed to Bradford for burial. Her children were all with her at the
time of her death. Three sons and one daughter. Obituary follows.
!1812 BIRTH: 10 November, 1812, Hardin County, Kentucky. Sources are
several
obituaries printed in White County, IN newspapers (see below).

!PARENTS-CONFLICT: There is no primary source that documents the
identity of
the parents of Sarah Edmonson Chenoweth (Edwards). There is, however a
compelling body of circumstantial evidence that supports the assertion
that
her parents were Arthur Chenoweth 3rd and his wife Elizabeth Edmonson.
Marriage of Parents: According to Nelson County KY, Marriage records.
page 29, Arthur Chenoweth married Elizabeth Edmonson, Bond 11 Sept 1809
signed
by Samuel Abell (her uncle), consent filed with bond signed by Lucy Polk
(her
grandmother), guardian of Elizabeth. Witness to consent: Robert Edmonson
(her
uncle?) and Samuel Abell.
Census Records: A female Sarah's age appears in the census records of
Arthur Chenoweth's family in the 1820 and 1830 census, 1820 in Hardin
County
Kentucky and 1830 in Barthomolew County Indiana. The presence of Sarah in
these counties in 1820 and 1830 is well documented by her obituaries.
Although there are multiple Chenoweth families listed in both counties,
the
Arthur Chenoweth household is the only Chenoweth family in the county
listed
with a daughter Sarah's age.
Family Names: Sarah's middle name, Edmonson, strongly supports the
relationship with her mother Elizabeth Edmonson. Further, Sarah's first
son
was named Arthur Lawrence (Edwards) supporting her relationship with both
her
father and grandfather (Arthur) and her paternal grandmother Elspa
Lawrence.
Her first daughter was named Sarah Elizabeth (Edwards). Sarah and
Elizabeth
(although common names) were the names of Sarah Chenoweth's two
grandmothers
(Sarah Abell and Elizabeth Edmonson).

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY. Males 1-0-0-1-0 Females: 0-0-1-0-0
Arthur III (age 26), Elizabeth less than 26, Havilah (less than 1). Sarah
not
yet born.

!1820 CENSUS: Hardin County Ky, Page 58, Line 53, Males 0-1-0-1-0-1,
Females
3-0-0-2-0, Arthur (age 36), Havilah (age 10), Elizabeth (age 34), Sarah
(age
8), Mary (age 5), infant girl (age <1). Plus unknown male 16-26, and
unknown
female 26-45 in household.

!1822 RESIDENCE: Family relocated to Bartholomew Co. In. Dec 1822, Source:
Sarah Chenoweth's Edwards' obituary.

!1829 DEATH-GRANDFATHER: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN.
[Source: DAR Records]

!1830 CENSUS: Bartholomew Co. Indiana.
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Female 1 2 1 1 0 0 1
Arthur, age 46
Elizabeth, age 44
Havilah (Son-1) age 19
Sarah (Daughter -1), age 17
Mary (Daughter-2) (age 15)
Daughter-3 (age 10)
Elizabeth Ellen (Daughter-4) (age 8)
Daughter-5 (age 0-5)
Lawrence (Son-2) (age 0-5)

!1832 MARRIAGE: 8 Mar 1832, Sarah (Sally) Edmonson Chenoweth marries
James
Edwards, Columbus, Bartholomew County, IN. County marriage records:
March the 16th 1832 to the clerk of the Bartholomew Circuit Court, I do
hereby certify that the within named persons viz. James Edwards & Sally
Chinoweth on the eighth of March 1832 were joined in the bands of
wedlock by me Jos. Fassett teacher of the Christian Religion.

!1832-1840 DEATH-MOTHER: After 1832; Elizabeth Edmonson dies after
appearance
in 1830 census at age 44 and after birth of Nelson in 1832 and before 1840
census in which she is absent..

!CHILDREN: James Edwards copy book record of birth of family members.
James Edwards born
Sarah Edwards born
Arthur Lawrence Edwards born
Sarah Elizabeth Edwards born
James Harrison Edwards born
Mary Ann Edwards born
William Flavins Edwards born

!1840 CENSUS: Bartholomew County Co, Indiana. FHL Film # 0007724 (?),
Page 100.
J. Edwards Males: 1-1-0-0-0-1
Females: 0-0-0-0-1
James age 36
Sarah E. age 28
Arthur Lawrence age 6
James Harrison age 1
(Sarah Elizabeth, b 1836 has died)

!1850 CENSUS: Clinton County, IN, FHL Film # 0007752
James Edwards age 46 Farmer $800 b. KY
Sarah E. age 37 b. KY
Arthur age 16 b. IN
James H. age 11 b. IN
Mary A. age 9 b IN
William J. 1 b. IN

!1860 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township LDS Film No. 363334,
Household 26
Sarah E. Edwards, female, age 47, farmer, $5000/$700, born KY
J.H., male, age 21, farmer, born IN
Mary Ann, female, age 19, born IN
W., age 17, farmer, born IN

!1861 LAND: 3rd June, 1861. Sarah E. Edwards buys Lot # four (4) in
Block Y
in the Town of Sharon in the County of White and State of Indiana for
$75.00.
(Believed to be present day Burnettsville).

!1868 LAND: 31 March 1868, James H. Edwards sues for partition of the
family
farm. Plaintiffs are his mother, Sarah Edwards, brothers, Arthur and
William,
and sister Mary Ann. 22/560 of White County Land Records.

!1870 CENSUS: White County Indiana, Monon Township page 237, LDS Film No.
363334
William F.J. Edwards, male, age 26, farmer, land $3700, equip
$800, born IN
Sarah E., female, age 57, keeping house, born IN
Emma B., female, age 2/12, born IN (daughter of William and Emma Gates.
Emma Gates had died two months earlier)
James H., male, age 31, school teacher, born IN

!1878 DEATH-BIRTH-MARRIAGE-HUSBAND: Obituary printed in the Christian
Standard, 19 Oct., 1878, Cincinnati Ohio:
At Burnettsville, In, August 24, 1878, Sister Sarah Edmonson Edwards,
consort of Bro. Jas. Edwards, deceased. She was born in Hardin County
KY Nov. 10, 1812, and removed with her parents to Bartholomew county
Ind., Dec 1822. There, in her 14th year, she united with the New Hope
Baptist Church, and when that became the Christian Church, she came
with it. She was married, March 8, 1832, and became a widow, August
10, 1854. Sister Edwards was an earnest, steadfast, consistent Christian.
Her faith and hope were unwavering to the end. She longed "to depart
and be with Jesus". Nearly four years before her death she requested me
to preach her funeral, selecting the language of Job, 'I know that my
Redeemer livith' as the text. She leaves three sons, a daughter, several
grandchildren, and many brethren and friends to mourn her loss. W.
Irelan"

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES-HUSBAND-DEATH: Obituary printed in the White
County (Indiana) Democrat, 30 August, 1878.
Died, Burnettsville, Ind, August 24, 1878 of 'bilious typhoid congestion',
Mrs. S. E. Edwards, consort of James Edwards, deceased. Born in Hardin
County Kentucky, Nov. 10, 1812, aged 65 years, 10 months, and 14 days.
Removed with her parents to Bartholomew County, Ind. in Dec. 1822,
then a new county. married James Edwards, March 8, 1832. Removed
with her husband to Clinton County, Ind, April 1845, and again to White
County, Ind, on Sept. 1852 which has continued to be her home until her
death. Bereaved of her husband Aug 10, 1854, whose widow she
remained through the subsequent 27 years of her life. United with the
Baptist Church at New Hope, Bartholomew County, Ind in her 14th year
of age, and when that became a the Christian Church at New Hope, she
still retained her membership in it. The discourse was delivered by Wm.
Ireland, from his chosen text, at the Christian Church at Burnettsville
after which she was conveyed to Bradford and buried beside her husband.

!1878 DEATH: Obituary printed in the Monticello (Indiana) Herald, 29
August,
1878.
Burnettsville. Mrs Sarah E. Edwards, died here last Friday night in her
66th year. On Sunday morning the funeral sermon was delivered by
Elder Wm Irelan. The remains were then taken to the Wilson
Grave yard, one mile east of Bradford for internment.

!1878 DEATH: Obituary printed in the White County (Indiana) Democrat 30
August, 1878.
Mrs. Sarah Edwards died at the home of her son on Friday night. She
was in her 66th year. Funeral services were held Sabbath morning at the
Christian Church, by Rev. William Ireland, after which her remains were
conveyed to Bradford for burial. Her children were all with her at the
time of her death. Three sons and one daughter. Obituary follows.

[NI45329] !BIRTH 1908: 22 March 1908, Elgin IL. Connecticut Death Certificate Number
16536, Sept 3, 1963.

!CENSUS 1910: IL, Kane County, 1910

!MARRIAGE 1929: June 19, 1929. Newspaper clippings from Elgin IL.
in my possesion.

!CENSUS 1920: IL, Kane County, 12 Jan, 1920, Supervisor Dist: 3
Enumeration
District: 72, Sheet:12A, Ward: 3
Enuminator: Mrs Grace Williams
Address 392 Jefferson Ave.
Benjamin Landbory, head, renter, white male, age 41, married,
born Illinois, father and mother born Sweeden, merchant shoe store
Marian Landborg, wife, white female, age 39, married,
born Illinois, father and mother born England, occupation: none
Lesley Landborg, daughter, white female, age 11, single,
born Illinois, father and mother born Illinois
William Landborg, son, white male, age 6, single, born Illinois,
father and mother born Illinois
Benjamin Landborg, son, white male, age 4, single, born Illinois
father and mother born Illinois
(see Census record for William Landborg, same address)

!EDUCATION 1925. High School Diploma, Elgin Academy, Elgin Il.
2 years at Rockford College, Rockford IL (1925-1927). Enrolled at
Chicago Art
School (1928)

!CHILDREN: Anne, 25 Nov 1930, Jonathan 23 Aug 1943, both born Ellis
Hospital,
Schenectady, NY

!RESIDENCES:
1918 130 Tennison Court, Elgin IL
1920-1926(?), 392 Jefferson Ave, Elgin Il
(?)-1929, 7 Hamilton Ave, Elgin Il
1929-1930, Saint Louis
1930-1935, Schenectady NY
1935-1939, Glenwood Blvd, Schenectady NY (2 family house) 1939-1943,
Balston
Lake (little house, no plumbing, owner J.B. White) 1943-1949, 223 Union
Street, Schenectady, NY
1949-1962, 518 Madison Ave, New York NY
1963, 2 Jacob St. Rowayton CT

!OCCUPATION: In 1930's Kept books for local merchant (J.B. White) in
Balston
Spa New York. Worked for OPA during WW II, Rubber Rationing. In 1946
went to
work for General Electric, as organizer at 'Association Island', a GE
Executive retreat and training center. This led to permanent job in
Employee
Relations Dept. Relocated to NY HQ in 1949. Laid off in 1959.
Unable to work thereafter due to illness. Received public assistance.
Then Social Security Diability till death in 1963. (Source: Anne Paul Law,
1992)

SOCIAL-SECURITY-NUMBER: 113-14-2963

!DIVORCE 1949: 29 Oct 1949, Final Decree. Schenectady County, NY, Supreme
Court.

!DEATH 1963: 29 August 1963, Rowayton CT. Connecticut Death Certificate
Number
16536, Sept 3, 1963. Died of complications of Multiple Sclerosis at the
home
of her daughter, Mrs. Anne (Paul) Law

[NI45330] !1878 BIRTH: Sept. 2, 1879, Monon, White County, Indiana, 4th son (5th
Child)
of Joseph Sedwick Paul and Anna McCuaig Paul.

!1880 CENSUS: White County Indiana, page 273, FHL Film # 1254324
(2nd part of census), page 283, Monon Township, 1 June, 1880
Judson S. Paul, white male, age 41, farmer, born Ohio,
father born PA, mother born OH (?)
Anna, white female, age 32, keeping house, born Ohio,
father born Scotland, mother born scotland
Harriette, white female, age 11, at home, born IN
father born OH, Mother born OH
William J., white male, age 9, born IN,
father born OH, mother born Ohio
Daniel, white male, age 7, born IN,
father born OH, mother born Ohio
James, white male, age 4, born IN,
father born OH, mother born Ohio
Joseph E., white male, age 9/12 born IN,
father born OH, mother born Ohio

!EDUCATION: Joseph Paul was extremely literate and a fine and humourous
writer. He probbaly attended school in the country school in Monon
(Bradford).
It is doubtful if he would have finished high school due to the remoteness
of Monon IN to the high school in Monticello and due to the necessity of
earning money for the support of the family and self. More research on
Joe's
education is required.

!1900 CENSUS: 1900 Census, White County Indiana,
FHL Film # 1240414, Honey Creek Township, ED 129, Sheet 11
22 June 1900 by Handbard Scearcy, House 237-240
Judson Paul, head, white male, born Sept 1838, age 65,
married 31 years, born Ohio, father born Scotland,
mother born Scotland
Anna Paul, wife, white female, born May 1841, age 59
married 31 years, mother of 6 children,
born OH, father born PA, mother born OH
Harriet Paul, daughter, white female, born Feb 1869, age 31, single
born IN, father born OH, mother born OH
William J. Paul, son, white male, born Jan 1871, age 29, single
born OH, father born OH, mother born OH, farm laborer
Daniel Paul, son, white male, born Jan 1873, age 26, single
born OH, father born OH, mother born OH, farm laborer
James Paul, son, white male, Jan 1876, age 24, single
born IN, father born OH, mother born OH, farm laborer
Joseph Paul, son, white male, July 1878, age 21, single,
born IN, father born OH, mother born OH, farm laborer
Edna Paul, daughter, white female, July 1886, age 13, single
born IN, father born OH, mother born OH, 7 mo school
Ruth Paul, niece, white female, July 1878, age 22, married 1 year,
0 children, born IL, father born IL, mother born IL
Note: This census return is full of errors and misinformation including
the major error of the inclusion of Anna Paul, who had been dead for
12 years. The birth place information for Judson and Anna is
reversed. Ruth Ross (Paul) was Daniel's wife at this time.

!1902 MARRIAGE: 20 Aug, 1902, Monticello Indiana. Marriage Register,
Monticello
White County, IN. Also copy of
marriage license, issued July 21, 1902.
Groom: Joseph E Paul; White County; age 23; white; engineer,
birthplace, Monon IN; father, Judson Paul; mother, Anna McQuig.
Bride: LaVergne Edwards; birthplace, Ligonier IN; father,
James Harrison Edwards; Mother, Clara Lothry, first marriage.

!CHILDREN: Myron L. Paul, 1904-1904, Gordon Elbert Paul, 1905-1976,
Judson Boyd Paul, 1908-1963.

!RESIDENCE: Monon IN, 1878-1900 (approx); Logansport, IN 1900-1922;
Bradford,
Ohio 1922-1925; Selkirk, NY 1925-1945; Hannacroix, Green County, NY,
1945-1948

!1910 CENSUS: 1910 Census Cass County IN, FHL Film # 1374355, SD 11, ED
31,
Sheet 9A, 5th Ward Logansport, 20 April 1910
Paul, J.E.; head; age 29; married 8 years; born IN; father born OH;
mother born Scotland England; locomotive Engineer; owner of house;
mortgaged
LaVergne; age 26; born IN; father born IN; mother born PA;
occupation, none
Gordon; age 4; born IN
Judson; age 1 2/12; born IN
Edwards, Clara; age 65; widow

!RESIDENCE: Logansport IN, City Directories
1905 no Pauls
1907 no Pauls
1908-09, no Joseph Paul (no 2130 Market St.)
1911, J.E. Paul (LaVergne), engr Panhandle, 2128 E. Market St.
Clara Edwards (wid James) 2128 E. Market St.
1914-1915, Joseph E. Paul (La Vergne), Pennsylvania Engr, h 2130 Market
St.
1919-1920 page 375 Joseph E. Paul (LaVergne) engr 2130 E. Market St.
1924, no Joseph Paul

!1920 CENSUS: IN 1920, Cass County, SD 11, ED 41,
Logansport City, Ward 5, 7 Jan 1920, 2130 Market Street
Paul, Joe E., head, owner mortgaged, male, white, 40 married,
born Indiana, father born OH, mother born OH, engineer,
railroad, earned wages
Paul, LaVergne, wife, female, white, age 36, married, born IN
father born IN, mother born PA, occupation none
Paul, Gordon, son, male, white, 14, single, attended school,
born IN, father born IN, mother born IN, occupation none
Paul, Judson, son, male, white, 10, single, attended school,
born IN, father born IN, mother born IN, occupation none

!OCCUPATION: (1895-1900) Farm laborer on family farm. (1900-1902) Fireman
Panhandle RR (later a division of the Pennsylvania RR) based in
Logansport,
Cass County, IN. (1902-1925) Locomotive Engineer, Panhandle and
Pennsylvania
RRs, Loganspost, IN. (1922-1926) Secretary Bradford Ohio, RR YMCA Hotel.
(1926-1945) Secretary Selkirk NY YMCA Hotel. Throughout his life, Joe was
active in the leadership of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. His
son Gordon wrote that around 1919 he was elected Police Commissioner of
Logansport IN (a parttime unpaid post)

!1948 DEATH: March 7, 1948. Verified Transcript of Death, Town of
New Baltmore, New York, Issued 14 May, 1992. Cause of Death: Pneumonia.
Possible contributory causes: chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, emphasyma,
and heavy smoking.

!1948 BURIAL: Elmwood Cemetary, Bethlehem, NY (Albany County). Interred
adjacent to wife, LaVergne Edwards (d 1961), and son, Judson Boyd Paul
(d 1993)

[NI45331] !1967 BIRTH: January 23, 1967, Mount Saini Hospital, New York,
New York. Birth Certificate: 156-67-102459, Borough of Manhattan,
Department of Records, Jan 26, 1967.

RESIDENCE: New York, 1967-1968; Williamstown MA, 1968, Mamaroneck
NY, 1968-1972, Los Angeles CA, 1972-1992, Omachi-no-machi, Tochigi
Prefecture, Japan (1993-1994), Los Angeles (1994-)

!1984 EDUCATION: June 1984, High School Diploma, Immaculate Heart
High School, Hollywood CA.

!1988 EDUCATION: June 1988, Bachelor of Arts; University of
California, Santa Barbara; Major: Communications.

[NI45333] !1943 BIRTH: December 21, 1943; Manhattan General Hospital, Birth
Certificate in my possession.

!PARENTS: Father: James Mulroney, born New Hampshire, April 31 19xx,;
Mother Marian Gasior, Born New Jersey, December 6, 1920.

!1964 MARRIAGE: August 29, 1964, Rowayton CT. Married to Jonathan Edwards
Paul, Rev. William E. Mundell. Marriage Certificate in my possession.

!1967 CHILDREN: January 23, 1967, Daughter Victoria Walden Paul born
Mt. Saini Hospital, New York, NY. Copy of NY Certificate 156-67-102543
in my possession.

!1973 DIVORCE: January 19, 1973. Final Judgement, New York Supreme
Court.

!1979 MARRIAGE: June 23, 1979, To Joel Bennett, (Rosenbloom), Los Angeles
CA.

[NI45336] !1883 BORN: June 20, 1883, Ligioner, Noble County, Indiana. Funeral
card, Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena NY. Birthplace from marriage
register, Monticello, White County, IN.

!PARENTS: August 20, 1902, Monticello IN. Marriage Register, Monticello,
White County, IN. Father, James Harrison Edwards; Mother, Clara Lothry

!1900 EDUCATION: 25 May, 1902. High School Diploma, Monticello High
School, original in my possession.

!1900 CENSUS: White County, IN, FHL Film #:

!1902 MARRIAGE: August 20, 1902 to Joseph Elbert Paul, Monticello IN.
Marriage Register, Monticello, White County, IN. Also copy of
marriage license, issued July 21, 1902.

Groom: Joseph E Paul; White County; age 23; white; engineer,
birthplace, Monon IN; father, Judson Paul; mother, Anna McQuig.
Bride: LaVergne Edwards; birthplace, Ligonier IN; father,
James Harrison Edwards; Mother, Clara Lothry, first marriage.

RESIDENCE: Logansport, IN 1900-1922; Bradford, Ohio 1922-1925; Selkirk,
NY 1925-1945, Hannacroix, Green County, NY, 1945-1950, Oriskiny NY,
1951-1957, Selkirk NY 1957-1961.

!CHILDREN: Myron L. Paul, 1904-1904, Gordon Elbert Paul, 1905-1976,
Judson Boyd Paul, 1908-1963.

!1910 CENSUS: Cass County, IN.

OCCUPATION: Housewife, Hotel Management (Railroad YMCA Hotels, Bradford
OH,
Selkirk NY), Retirement Home Attendant (Eastern Star Home, Oriskeny NY).

!1961 DEATH: March 4, 1961, Albany NY, Albany Medical Center, age 77,
following stroke. Funeral Card, Babcock Funeral Home, Revena NY.

!BURIAL: Elmwood Cemetary, Bethlehem, NY (Albany County)

[NI45350] !1784 BIRTH: 3 May, 1784 in Kentucky. son of Arthur Chenoweth
Jr. (b, 1742 Baltimore MD) and Elspa Lawrence. His approximate age and
year of
birth is confirmed by the 1860 census.

!1784 PARENTS: This researcher has not found a primary birth record for
Arthur
Chenoweth 3rd, but there is a great deal of circumstantial evidence
establishing his parents as Arthur Chenoweth Jr., b 1740 Baltimore and
Elspa
Lawrence. The DAR records for the father, Arthur Chenoweth Jr.,
show a son named Arthur born in 1784. It is well known that the family of
Arthur Cheonoweth Jr. moved to Jefferson County Kentucky in the mid
1780's and
relocated to Bartholomew County Indiana in 1822. A younger Arthur
followed
the movements of the Arthur Jr. through these moves (or visa versa). It
is
reasonable to conclude that this younger Arthur is related to the older
Arthur. The given name of Arthur 3rd's second son, Arthur Lawrence, show
a
strong linkage to Arthur Jr. and his wife Elspa Lawrence.

!1786 RESIDENCE: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. is listed as having been appointed
an
executor of the estate of Elizabeth Stewart in Jefferson County KY, Feb 7,
1786. County court records.

!1800 TAX LIST: Jefferson County, KY
Arthur Chenoweth (father)

!1809 MARRIAGE: Wife Elizabeth Edmonson. Nelson County KY, Marriage
records. page 29, Arthur Chenoweth married Elizabeth Edmonson, Bond 11
Sept
1809 signed by Samuel Abell (her uncle), consent filed with bond signed
by Lucy
Polk (her grandmother), guardian of Elizabeth. Witness to consent: Robert
Edmonson (her uncle?) and Samuel Abell.

!1811 MARRIAGE-CONFLICT: In 'The Chenoweth Family in America' by Richard
and
Shirley Harris. (1994), on page 345, Arthur Chenoweth, son of Arthur Jr.
and
Elspa Lawrence, is listed as having married Ann Clark in Baltimore on
April 4,
1811. This is clearly in contradiction with the 1809 marriage of Arthur
Chenoweth to Elizabeth Edmonson in Nelson County Kentucky. The marriage
to
Elizabeth in the adjacent Kentucky county seems much more likely than a
marriage in a city five hundred miles away. It is believed that the
Harris'
were in error in this regard. Other circumstantial evidence, mostly
involving
the family names in the naming of children, support the 1909 Arthur
Chenoweth-
Elizabeth Edmonson marriage in Nelson County.

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY. Males 1-0-0-1-0 Females: 0-0-1-0-0
Arthur III (age 26), Elizabeth less than 26, Havilah (less than 1)

!1812 CHILD: Sarah (Sally) Chenoweth born 12 Nov 1812, Hardin County KY.
[Source, Sally's Obit]

!1812 MILITARY-SERVICE: Enlisted June 18, 1812, discharged 17 Feb 1815
according to Indiana County Graves Registration. Source: 'Chenoweth
Family
in America', 1994, Richard and Shirley Harris.

!1820 CENSUS: Hardin County Ky, Page 58, Line 53
Males 0-1-0-1-0-1,
Females 3-0-0-2-0
Arthur (age 36),
Havilah (age 10),
Elizabeth (age 34),
Sarah (age 8),
Mary (age 5),
infant girl (age <1).
Plus unknown male 16-26,
and unknown female 26-45 in household.

!RESIDENCE: 1822: The family relocated to Bartholomew Co. In. Dec 1822,
Source:
Sarah Chenoweth's Edwards' obituary. In addition to Arthur 3rd and his
family,
his father and mother (Arthur Chenoweth Jr. and Elspa Lawrence), and two
sisters and their families moved to Columbus in Bartholomew County
Indiana.
The sisters were Rachel Chenoweth and her husband Abraham Chenoweth (3rd
cousins), and Margaret Chenoweth and her husband Benjamin Irwin.

!DEATH-FATHER: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN.
[Source: DAR Records]

!1830 CENSUS: Bartholomew Co. Indiana.
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Female 1 2 1 1 0 0 1
Arthur, age 46
Elizabeth, age 44
Havilah (Son-1) age 19
Sarah (Daughter -1), age 17
Mary (Daughter-2) (age 15)
Daughter-3 (age 10)
Elizabeth Ellen (Daughter-4) (age 8)
Daughter-5 (age 0-5)
Lawrence (Son-2) (age 0-5)

!1832 CHILD-MARRIAGE: 8 Mar 1832, Sarah (Sally) Edmonson Chenoweth
Marries
James Edwards, Columbus, Bartholomew County, IN. County marriage Records

!1832 DEATH-WIFE: Elizabeth Edmonson dies after appearance in 1830
census at
age 44 and after death of Nelson in 1832 but before 1840 census. Therefore
if Arthur Jr. remarried, the marriage to 2nd wife occurred after 1832.
There
is an unknown woman in the 1840 census 26-45. But there is no wife in
1850
census. Nor is their any record of a remarriage in Barthomolew County. The
conclusion is that Arthur did not remarry.

!1840 CENSUS: Bartholomew County Co, Indiana. FHL Film # 0007724, Page
119,
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-1
Female 0-0-1-0 0-1
Arthur, Age 56
Previous wife missing (dead ?),
New Wife (or housekeeper), (age 30-40)
(Daughter-4, Elizabeth Ellen married in 1838)
Daughter-5, age 10-15
Lawrence (Son-2), age 11
Newton (Son-3), age 8 (missing)
Harrison (Son -4), age 0-5

!1850 CENSUS: Bartholomew County, IN, German Township, FHL Film # 0007749
Havilah Chenoweth age 40
Mary age 38
Malinda age 6
Lucinda age 4
Mary age 2
William age <1
Arthur age 66 farmer
Arthur Lawrence age 20
Newton age 18
(Harrison is missing)

!DEATH 1858: 2 Dec, 1858, Buried Hepner Cemetery, California Township,
Starke County, IN, Daughter Elizabeth Ellen lived in Starke County IN.
Arthur was probably living with or visiting his daughter at the time of
his
death. Source: The Chenoweth Family in America, 1994, Richard
and Shirley Harris.
!1784 BIRTH: 3 May, 1784 in Kentucky. son of Arthur Chenoweth
Jr. (b, 1742 Baltimore MD) and Elspa Lawrence. His approximate age and
year of
birth is confirmed by the 1860 census.

!1784 PARENTS: This researcher has not found a primary birth record for
Arthur
Chenoweth 3rd, but there is a great deal of circumstantial evidence
establishing his parents as Arthur Chenoweth Jr., b 1740 Baltimore and
Elspa
Lawrence. The DAR records for the father, Arthur Chenoweth Jr.,
show a son named Arthur born in 1784. It is well known that the family of
Arthur Cheonoweth Jr. moved to Jefferson County Kentucky in the mid
1780's and
relocated to Bartholomew County Indiana in 1822. A younger Arthur
followed
the movements of the Arthur Jr. through these moves (or visa versa). It
is
reasonable to conclude that this younger Arthur is related to the older
Arthur. The given name of Arthur 3rd's second son, Arthur Lawrence, show
a
strong linkage to Arthur Jr. and his wife Elspa Lawrence.

!1786 RESIDENCE: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. is listed as having been appointed
an
executor of the estate of Elizabeth Stewart in Jefferson County KY, Feb 7,
1786. County court records.

!1800 TAX LIST: Jefferson County, KY
Arthur Chenoweth (father)

!1809 MARRIAGE: Wife Elizabeth Edmonson. Nelson County KY, Marriage
records. page 29, Arthur Chenoweth married Elizabeth Edmonson, Bond 11
Sept
1809 signed by Samuel Abell (her uncle), consent filed with bond signed
by Lucy
Polk (her grandmother), guardian of Elizabeth. Witness to consent: Robert
Edmonson (her uncle?) and Samuel Abell.

!1811 MARRIAGE-CONFLICT: In 'The Chenoweth Family in America' by Richard
and
Shirley Harris. (1994), on page 345, Arthur Chenoweth, son of Arthur Jr.
and
Elspa Lawrence, is listed as having married Ann Clark in Baltimore on
April 4,
1811. This is clearly in contradiction with the 1809 marriage of Arthur
Chenoweth to Elizabeth Edmonson in Nelson County Kentucky. The marriage
to
Elizabeth in the adjacent Kentucky county seems much more likely than a
marriage in a city five hundred miles away. It is believed that the
Harris'
were in error in this regard. Other circumstantial evidence, mostly
involving
the family names in the naming of children, support the 1909 Arthur
Chenoweth-
Elizabeth Edmonson marriage in Nelson County.

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY. Males 1-0-0-1-0 Females: 0-0-1-0-0
Arthur III (age 26), Elizabeth less than 26, Havilah (less than 1)

!1812 CHILD: Sarah (Sally) Chenoweth born 12 Nov 1812, Hardin County KY.
[Source, Sally's Obit]

!1812 MILITARY-SERVICE: Enlisted June 18, 1812, discharged 17 Feb 1815
according to Indiana County Graves Registration. Source: 'Chenoweth
Family
in America', 1994, Richard and Shirley Harris.

!1820 CENSUS: Hardin County Ky, Page 58, Line 53
Males 0-1-0-1-0-1,
Females 3-0-0-2-0
Arthur (age 36),
Havilah (age 10),
Elizabeth (age 34),
Sarah (age 8),
Mary (age 5),
infant girl (age <1).
Plus unknown male 16-26,
and unknown female 26-45 in household.

!RESIDENCE: 1822: The family relocated to Bartholomew Co. In. Dec 1822,
Source:
Sarah Chenoweth's Edwards' obituary. In addition to Arthur 3rd and his
family,
his father and mother (Arthur Chenoweth Jr. and Elspa Lawrence), and two
sisters and their families moved to Columbus in Bartholomew County
Indiana.
The sisters were Rachel Chenoweth and her husband Abraham Chenoweth (3rd
cousins), and Margaret Chenoweth and her husband Benjamin Irwin.

!DEATH-FATHER: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN.
[Source: DAR Records]

!1830 CENSUS: Bartholomew Co. Indiana.
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Female 1 2 1 1 0 0 1
Arthur, age 46
Elizabeth, age 44
Havilah (Son-1) age 19
Sarah (Daughter -1), age 17
Mary (Daughter-2) (age 15)
Daughter-3 (age 10)
Elizabeth Ellen (Daughter-4) (age 8)
Daughter-5 (age 0-5)
Lawrence (Son-2) (age 0-5)

!1832 CHILD-MARRIAGE: 8 Mar 1832, Sarah (Sally) Edmonson Chenoweth
Marries
James Edwards, Columbus, Bartholomew County, IN. County marriage Records

!1832 DEATH-WIFE: Elizabeth Edmonson dies after appearance in 1830
census at
age 44 and after death of Nelson in 1832 but before 1840 census. Therefore
if Arthur Jr. remarried, the marriage to 2nd wife occurred after 1832.
There
is an unknown woman in the 1840 census 26-45. But there is no wife in
1850
census. Nor is their any record of a remarriage in Barthomolew County. The
conclusion is that Arthur did not remarry.

!1840 CENSUS: Bartholomew County Co, Indiana. FHL Film # 0007724, Page
119,
Arthur Chenoweth
Counts: Male 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-1
Female 0-0-1-0 0-1
Arthur, Age 56
Previous wife missing (dead ?),
New Wife (or housekeeper), (age 30-40)
(Daughter-4, Elizabeth Ellen married in 1838)
Daughter-5, age 10-15
Lawrence (Son-2), age 11
Newton (Son-3), age 8 (missing)
Harrison (Son -4), age 0-5

!1850 CENSUS: Bartholomew County, IN, German Township, FHL Film # 0007749
Havilah Chenoweth age 40
Mary age 38
Malinda age 6
Lucinda age 4
Mary age 2
William age <1
Arthur age 66 farmer
Arthur Lawrence age 20
Newton age 18
(Harrison is missing)

!DEATH 1858: 2 Dec, 1858, Buried Hepner Cemetery, California Township,
Starke County, IN, Daughter Elizabeth Ellen lived in Starke County IN.
Arthur was probably living with or visiting his daughter at the time of
his
death. Source: The Chenoweth Family in America, 1994, Richard
and Shirley Harris.

[NI45351] BIRTH: IGI Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 58, Source Call #: 1058425, Parish
Records of St. Thomas' Church, Garrison Forest, Baltimore MD, FHL Film:
0014450, page 22.

BIRTH: IGI Batch #: 7620808, Sheet #: 38, Source Call #: 1058580

!BIRTH-CONFLICT: There is some confusion as to what Arthur Jr's birth
date is. The DAR Records list it as 16 July 1752 whereas all other
records
list it as 31 Mar 1740. It is believed that the 1740 birth date is
correct but
there is always the possibility that there are two Arthur's here that are
being confused. His death in 1828 would have been at age 88 if he had
been born in 1740. If he had been born in 1752 he would have been three
years
younger than his wife which seems unlikely.

!1770 LAND: Land transferred from Arthur (Sr.) to son, Arthur Jr.
Baltimore
County, Maryland.

!1776-1779 MILITARY: DAR Vol. 150, page 175, Application # 149544.
Arthur Chenoweth Jr. served as a corporal in the 4th Maryland Regiment
under Colonels Hall and Rawlings. He enlisted on Sept 16, 1776 with his
brother John. He was discharged on 1 July 1779.

!1786 RESIDENCE: On 7 Feb 1786 Arthur Chenoweth was granted
administration of estate of Elizabeth Stewart with Richard Chenoweth his
surety. Jefferson County Records, Vol I, Kentucky State Historical
Library,
Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711

!1790 TAX LIST: Jefferson County KY, Arthur Chenoweth listed 18
May, 1789

RESIDENCE: (date not noted) Jefferson County Records, Vol II, page 152
Kentucky State Historical Library, Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711,
"Arthur Chenoweth ordered to survey best route for road from John Mundles
mill
on Shelbyville Road to Mann's Lick where the road crosses same which
leads from the town of Jefferson to the Bardstown Road near Henry
Smith's."

!PROFESSION: Jefferson County Records, Vol II, page 193 Kentucky
State Historical Library, Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711, "Arthur
Chenoweth to be overseer of road by Arthur Chenoweth's smith shop
thence along Hause's line to the Lick Road."

!1800 TAX LIST: Jefferson County, KY, Arthur Chinoweth listed 3 Sept
1800

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County, KY Males 0-0-0-0-1 Females 1-1-4-0-1
Arthur age 70
Elspa Lawrence age 61
The females (age 16-26) probably include
Anna age 17
Eleanor age 19
Rachel age 21
Margaret age 24
The two youngest girls identity unknown

!1820 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY, Page 41 line 9, FHL Film #
186183, Males 1-0-0-0-0-2 Females 1-2-2-1-1
Arthur age 80
Elspa Lawrence age 71
Absolum (oldest son) age 46 (pure speculation)
Margaret (Absolum's wife) age 26-45
6 children (5 girls and 1 boy) maybe children of Absolum

!1822 RESIDENCE: In Dec. 1822 the family of son Arthur III relocated to
Bartholomew Co. In. Source: Sarah Edmonson Chenoweth Edwards'
obituary, 1878. Also Arthur's daughters Rachel and Margaret with their
husbands Arthur Chenoweth and Benjamin Irwin moved to Bartholomew
County IN at about the same time. It may be assumed that the move
consisted
of the father, Arthur Jr. and his wife Elspa, and three of his children
and
their families. The children were Arthur Jr. and his wife Elizabeth
Edmonson, Rachel and her husband Abraham Chenoweth, and Margaret and her
husband Benjamin Irwin. All three families bought and sold land in
Columbus,
IN.

!1829 DEATH-CHILDREN-WILL: Proved and files Feb 2, 1829,
Recorded March 6th, 1829 page 56 Bartholomew County Ind.
In The name of God Amen. I Arthur Chenoweth of the County of
Bartholomew and the State of Indiana considering the uncertainty of
the mortal life and being of a sound and perfect mind and memory
blessed the Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my
last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say.
After paying all just debts, I will and bequeath to my beloved
children Absolum John Polly Arthur Margaret Rachel Eleanor and
Anne my estate equally, that which will fall to my son Absolum or
so much of it as will satisfy a debt he owes to the estate of Boston
Shehan to which myself and others are securities to be kept in the
hands of my Executers to satisfy said debt. My son John has
received sixty dollars besides a ten dollar note which came out of his
part of the estate and I do hereby appoint Abraham Chenoweth and
Benjamin Irwin both of Bartholomew County my sole executors of
this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by
me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal
the saith day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and twenty eight. (signed) Arthur Chenoweth Signed
sealed published by the above named Arthur Chenoweth to be his
last will and testament in presence of us who have hereunto
subscribed our names as witnesses of the testate.

!1829 DEATH: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN. [Source: DAR
Records] In the main lobby of the Bartholomew Count IN courthouse is a
brass plaque commemorating Arthur Chenoweth Jr for his Revolutionary
War service.
BIRTH: IGI Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 58, Source Call #: 1058425, Parish
Records of St. Thomas' Church, Garrison Forest, Baltimore MD, FHL Film:
0014450, page 22.

BIRTH: IGI Batch #: 7620808, Sheet #: 38, Source Call #: 1058580

!BIRTH-CONFLICT: There is some confusion as to what Arthur Jr's birth
date is. The DAR Records list it as 16 July 1752 whereas all other
records
list it as 31 Mar 1740. It is believed that the 1740 birth date is
correct but
there is always the possibility that there are two Arthur's here that are
being confused. His death in 1828 would have been at age 88 if he had
been born in 1740. If he had been born in 1752 he would have been three
years
younger than his wife which seems unlikely.

!1770 LAND: Land transferred from Arthur (Sr.) to son, Arthur Jr.
Baltimore
County, Maryland.

!1776-1779 MILITARY: DAR Vol. 150, page 175, Application # 149544.
Arthur Chenoweth Jr. served as a corporal in the 4th Maryland Regiment
under Colonels Hall and Rawlings. He enlisted on Sept 16, 1776 with his
brother John. He was discharged on 1 July 1779.

!1786 RESIDENCE: On 7 Feb 1786 Arthur Chenoweth was granted
administration of estate of Elizabeth Stewart with Richard Chenoweth his
surety. Jefferson County Records, Vol I, Kentucky State Historical
Library,
Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711

!1790 TAX LIST: Jefferson County KY, Arthur Chenoweth listed 18
May, 1789

RESIDENCE: (date not noted) Jefferson County Records, Vol II, page 152
Kentucky State Historical Library, Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711,
"Arthur Chenoweth ordered to survey best route for road from John Mundles
mill
on Shelbyville Road to Mann's Lick where the road crosses same which
leads from the town of Jefferson to the Bardstown Road near Henry
Smith's."

!PROFESSION: Jefferson County Records, Vol II, page 193 Kentucky
State Historical Library, Frankfort KY, call number 976.991/C711, "Arthur
Chenoweth to be overseer of road by Arthur Chenoweth's smith shop
thence along Hause's line to the Lick Road."

!1800 TAX LIST: Jefferson County, KY, Arthur Chinoweth listed 3 Sept
1800

!1810 CENSUS: Jefferson County, KY Males 0-0-0-0-1 Females 1-1-4-0-1
Arthur age 70
Elspa Lawrence age 61
The females (age 16-26) probably include
Anna age 17
Eleanor age 19
Rachel age 21
Margaret age 24
The two youngest girls identity unknown

!1820 CENSUS: Jefferson County KY, Page 41 line 9, FHL Film #
186183, Males 1-0-0-0-0-2 Females 1-2-2-1-1
Arthur age 80
Elspa Lawrence age 71
Absolum (oldest son) age 46 (pure speculation)
Margaret (Absolum's wife) age 26-45
6 children (5 girls and 1 boy) maybe children of Absolum

!1822 RESIDENCE: In Dec. 1822 the family of son Arthur III relocated to
Bartholomew Co. In. Source: Sarah Edmonson Chenoweth Edwards'
obituary, 1878. Also Arthur's daughters Rachel and Margaret with their
husbands Arthur Chenoweth and Benjamin Irwin moved to Bartholomew
County IN at about the same time. It may be assumed that the move
consisted
of the father, Arthur Jr. and his wife Elspa, and three of his children
and
their families. The children were Arthur Jr. and his wife Elizabeth
Edmonson, Rachel and her husband Abraham Chenoweth, and Margaret and her
husband Benjamin Irwin. All three families bought and sold land in
Columbus,
IN.

!1829 DEATH-CHILDREN-WILL: Proved and files Feb 2, 1829,
Recorded March 6th, 1829 page 56 Bartholomew County Ind.
In The name of God Amen. I Arthur Chenoweth of the County of
Bartholomew and the State of Indiana considering the uncertainty of
the mortal life and being of a sound and perfect mind and memory
blessed the Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my
last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say.
After paying all just debts, I will and bequeath to my beloved
children Absolum John Polly Arthur Margaret Rachel Eleanor and
Anne my estate equally, that which will fall to my son Absolum or
so much of it as will satisfy a debt he owes to the estate of Boston
Shehan to which myself and others are securities to be kept in the
hands of my Executers to satisfy said debt. My son John has
received sixty dollars besides a ten dollar note which came out of his
part of the estate and I do hereby appoint Abraham Chenoweth and
Benjamin Irwin both of Bartholomew County my sole executors of
this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by
me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal
the saith day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and twenty eight. (signed) Arthur Chenoweth Signed
sealed published by the above named Arthur Chenoweth to be his
last will and testament in presence of us who have hereunto
subscribed our names as witnesses of the testate.

!1829 DEATH: Arthur Chenoweth Jr. dies 1829, Columbus IN. [Source: DAR
Records] In the main lobby of the Bartholomew Count IN courthouse is a
brass plaque commemorating Arthur Chenoweth Jr for his Revolutionary
War service.

[NI45366] !DEATH-OBITUARY: White County Democrat, Sept. 19, 1890
Lawrence Edwards age 56 years, brother to Rev. J. H. and F.J. W. Edwards
died
at the County Asylum, Wednesday. He will be buried at the Wilson grave
yard on
The Monon today, where rests the remains of his father and mother, early
settlers who died many years ago. Deceased was unmarried and had been
disabled
both physically and mentally for several years from paralysis.

[NI45372] Batch #: 8712830, Sheet #: 75, Source Call #: 1396345

[NI45373] From "Ronald E. Brown" <75562.522@CompuServe.COM>>
List of Research Sources:
1.The Hiatt book, published about 1925 and available as reprint.
2. The Richard C. Harris book, currently being published
3. The Immigration of Irish Quakers to Pennsylvania, by Albert Cook
Myers,
available as a reprint.
4. The History of the Calverts Who Were Quakers by J. Richard Buckey
5. The Chenoweth Home Page by Jonathan Egge.
6. Genealogy and Chart of the Chenwoeth and Cromwell Families of Maryland
and
Virginia" by Alex Crawford Chenoweth (reprinted)
7. "The Chenoweth Massacre" by Pirtle
8. The Draper Papers.
9. LDS IGI
10. LDS Library Catalog

[NI45374] !PARENTS: From the Chenoweth Home Page (Jon Egge):
Earl D. Fly, Jr. also supports the theory that Mary Calvert was a
daughter of
John Calvert, (b. 6 Oct 1648 at Stranmillis, Ireland, d. 23 Sep 1699 at
Philadelphia) and Judith Stampler (b. 12 May 1652 at Bowlton, Wood,
England.
He gives John Calvert's parents as Thomas Calvert (b. 1617, Lygsory,
Ireland,
d. 17 Dec 1685 in Chester Co., PA) married 11 Nov 1647 at Belfast,
Ireland to
Jane Glassford. Thomas Calvert's parents given as John and Grace. Jane
Glassford's parents given as Hugh and Margaret. Judith Stampler's parents
given as Hugh and Bridget.

From "Ronald E. Brown" <75562.522@CompuServe.COM> List of Researchh
Sources: 1
The Hiatt book, published about 1925 and available as reprint.
2. The Richard C. Harris book, currently being published 3. The
Immigration
of Irish Quakers to Pennsylvania, by Albert Cook Myers, available as a
reprint.
4. The History of the Calverts Who Were Quakers by J. Richard Buckey 5.
The
Chenoweth Home Page by Jonathan Egge.
6. Genealogy and Chart of the Chenwoeth and Cromwell Families of Maryland
and
Virginia" by Alex Crawford Chenoweth (reprinted)
7. "The Chenoweth Massacre" by Pirtle
8. The Draper Papers.
9. LDS IGI
10. LDS Library Catalog

The book , "The Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania,
1682-1750"
by Albert Cook Myers is referenced on page 77 of Buckey's work "The
History of
the Calverts Who Were Quakers". It is available as a reprint from The
Genealogical Publishing Co., 1001 N. Calvert St. (quite appropriate),
Baltimore, Maryland 21202. It costs thirty dollars and its stock no. is
3980.
The Myers book, on page 318, gives Mary Calvert as a daughter of John and
Judith (Stamper) Calvert. The word "Chenoweth" never appears in this
book.
The Myers book seems to be the source for all of the Calvert and Stamper
genealogy cited by Mr. Buckey. The book uses an old calendar system (I
haven't studied genealogy enough to know all of the terms) and really has
a
wonderful feel to it, even as a reprint. I tend to agree that this is the
wife
of the original John Chenoweth. No Calvert history holds out any shred
of
evidence that Mary wife of John was the daughter of the Third Lord of
Baltimore. There have also been several other "family legends" from other
parts of my family which don't bear up under any scrutiny, usually
involving
someone's role in the Revolutionary or Civil War, a friendship with
somebody
famous or an alleged royal line. Do you know the context of the two
family
Bible entries which support that Mary was the daughter of the Third Lord
of
Baltimore? Were they contemporaneous, or were they written by a member
of the
Calvert Western Heirs Association in the early 1900's? What do they say,
exactly? I think that one of them just said that Mary was the daughter
of a
nobleman or something.

To: nsykes@sccsi.com (Norman or Linda Sykes))
>>>Can you tell me anything about Ruth
>>>Calvert (b. 1740 MD, & married William Chenoweth), who was reportedly
first
>>>cousin to Mary Calvert (m John Chenoweth,immigrant to U.S.), daughter
of
>>>Lord Baltimore III, Charles Calvert?
The definitive reference book on the Chenoweth family is Richard Harris'
"Chenoweth Family in America" published 1994. He doesn't have much to say
about Ruth Calvert other than he was Williams first wife, that she was
rumored
to be related to the royal Calvert family although this is
unsubstatntiated.
William was born in 1732. The age of Ruth is not known. William abd
Ruth had
four children that we know of. By the way, the link to the royal
Calverts is
generally considered popycock and it is more likely that the Calvert
family
were Quakers (Bucky, "The Calverts who were Quaters", 1993). Bucky says
Ruth
Calvert Chenoweth was the daughter of Josiah (Isaiah) Calvert who was son
of
John Calvert (page 25). John Calvert, born c. 1689 in PA, died before
1738
Orange (Frederick) Co. VA). John was brother of Mary who married John
Chenoweth, "The Immigrant". (page 74) . Ruth married William Chenoweth
before
1755 at Hopewell Meeting House (PA) (page 94). It is unlikely that Ruth
was
1st cousin to Mary Calvert. Their husbands were two generations apart
(grandfather-grandson). Bucky says Mary Calvert had a sister Ruth, but
that
she married Edward Pavior.

>From: 71302.267@compuserve.com (Mac Carlson))
> John Calvert was born in 1648 in County Antrim, N. Ireland. He
then
>came to Chester Co., PA, where he married Judith Stamper (b. 1652, N.
>Ireland.) In 1687, their daughter, Mary, was born in Chester Co. Later,
>they
moved to Frederick Co., VA, where John died in 1699, and where Mary
>married
John Chendwith (b. ca 1680, Cornwall, England) in ca 1704. John and >Mary
(Calvert) Chendwith are my direct ancestors.
> I have also
>corresponded with Elaine Holm in St. Paul, MN; and Bruce Morrison in
>Lexington, KY, who are both Calvert/Stamper descendants.
>117 Rech Avenue
>Oreland, PA 19075
!PARENTS: From the Chenoweth Home Page (Jon Egge):
Earl D. Fly, Jr. also supports the theory that Mary Calvert was a
daughter of
John Calvert, (b. 6 Oct 1648 at Stranmillis, Ireland, d. 23 Sep 1699 at
Philadelphia) and Judith Stampler (b. 12 May 1652 at Bowlton, Wood,
England.
He gives John Calvert's parents as Thomas Calvert (b. 1617, Lygsory,
Ireland,
d. 17 Dec 1685 in Chester Co., PA) married 11 Nov 1647 at Belfast,
Ireland to
Jane Glassford. Thomas Calvert's parents given as John and Grace. Jane
Glassford's parents given as Hugh and Margaret. Judith Stampler's parents
given as Hugh and Bridget.

From "Ronald E. Brown" <75562.522@CompuServe.COM> List of Researchh
Sources: 1
The Hiatt book, published about 1925 and available as reprint.
2. The Richard C. Harris book, currently being published 3. The
Immigration
of Irish Quakers to Pennsylvania, by Albert Cook Myers, available as a
reprint.
4. The History of the Calverts Who Were Quakers by J. Richard Buckey 5.
The
Chenoweth Home Page by Jonathan Egge.
6. Genealogy and Chart of the Chenwoeth and Cromwell Families of Maryland
and
Virginia" by Alex Crawford Chenoweth (reprinted)
7. "The Chenoweth Massacre" by Pirtle
8. The Draper Papers.
9. LDS IGI
10. LDS Library Catalog

The book , "The Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania,
1682-1750"
by Albert Cook Myers is referenced on page 77 of Buckey's work "The
History of
the Calverts Who Were Quakers". It is available as a reprint from The
Genealogical Publishing Co., 1001 N. Calvert St. (quite appropriate),
Baltimore, Maryland 21202. It costs thirty dollars and its stock no. is
3980.
The Myers book, on page 318, gives Mary Calvert as a daughter of John and
Judith (Stamper) Calvert. The word "Chenoweth" never appears in this
book.
The Myers book seems to be the source for all of the Calvert and Stamper
genealogy cited by Mr. Buckey. The book uses an old calendar system (I
haven't studied genealogy enough to know all of the terms) and really has
a
wonderful feel to it, even as a reprint. I tend to agree that this is the
wife
of the original John Chenoweth. No Calvert history holds out any shred
of
evidence that Mary wife of John was the daughter of the Third Lord of
Baltimore. There have also been several other "family legends" from other
parts of my family which don't bear up under any scrutiny, usually
involving
someone's role in the Revolutionary or Civil War, a friendship with
somebody
famous or an alleged royal line. Do you know the context of the two
family
Bible entries which support that Mary was the daughter of the Third Lord
of
Baltimore? Were they contemporaneous, or were they written by a member
of the
Calvert Western Heirs Association in the early 1900's? What do they say,
exactly? I think that one of them just said that Mary was the daughter
of a
nobleman or something.

To: nsykes@sccsi.com (Norman or Linda Sykes))
>>>Can you tell me anything about Ruth
>>>Calvert (b. 1740 MD, & married William Chenoweth), who was reportedly
first
>>>cousin to Mary Calvert (m John Chenoweth,immigrant to U.S.), daughter
of
>>>Lord Baltimore III, Charles Calvert?
The definitive reference book on the Chenoweth family is Richard Harris'
"Chenoweth Family in America" published 1994. He doesn't have much to say
about Ruth Calvert other than he was Williams first wife, that she was
rumored
to be related to the royal Calvert family although this is
unsubstatntiated.
William was born in 1732. The age of Ruth is not known. William abd
Ruth had
four children that we know of. By the way, the link to the royal
Calverts is
generally considered popycock and it is more likely that the Calvert
family
were Quakers (Bucky, "The Calverts who were Quaters", 1993). Bucky says
Ruth
Calvert Chenoweth was the daughter of Josiah (Isaiah) Calvert who was son
of
John Calvert (page 25). John Calvert, born c. 1689 in PA, died before
1738
Orange (Frederick) Co. VA). John was brother of Mary who married John
Chenoweth, "The Immigrant". (page 74) . Ruth married William Chenoweth
before
1755 at Hopewell Meeting House (PA) (page 94). It is unlikely that Ruth
was
1st cousin to Mary Calvert. Their husbands were two generations apart
(grandfather-grandson). Bucky says Mary Calvert had a sister Ruth, but
that
she married Edward Pavior.

>From: 71302.267@compuserve.com (Mac Carlson))
> John Calvert was born in 1648 in County Antrim, N. Ireland. He
then
>came to Chester Co., PA, where he married Judith Stamper (b. 1652, N.
>Ireland.) In 1687, their daughter, Mary, was born in Chester Co. Later,
>they
moved to Frederick Co., VA, where John died in 1699, and where Mary
>married
John Chendwith (b. ca 1680, Cornwall, England) in ca 1704. John and >Mary
(Calvert) Chendwith are my direct ancestors.
> I have also
>corresponded with Elaine Holm in St. Paul, MN; and Bruce Morrison in
>Lexington, KY, who are both Calvert/Stamper descendants.
>117 Rech Avenue
>Oreland, PA 19075

[NI45385] From: THooker974@aol.comm
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 1996 13:36:47 -0400
To: jonathanpaul@redshift.comm
Subject: Hooker Family

Hi,
We obviously are not related. I do have, however, some info that possibly
relates to the families you mentioned.

From Robert Barnes (previously one of the head researchers at MHS) notes I
copied at the MD Historical Society, Thomas Hooker came to Md in 1649,
becoming a Quaker at Richard Beard's house on South River. He married a
Joan--, who died 12 day, 12 month, 1675/6 in Anne Arundel Co. Thomas'
will is
dated Nov. 8, 1683. He died c 1683. Had five children, one being Thomas
b.
May 13, 1660 or 1666.

This Thomas (II) married a Sarah and moved to Baltimore Co. Their
children
included Thomas Hooker III, who married an Eleanor. Children of Thomas
III
and Eleanor included John, Samuel, Benjamin, Richard, Ruth, Edith. This
Samuel Hooker married Sara, then died c1773. Samuel's will names
children to
be Samuel, Richard, Thomas, Sarah who in 1754 married Richard Richards,
Sophia who married Arthur Chenowith, and Lovely. That seems to be your
connection! Do you want a copy of these two page notes?

I have a few other odd bits of info on this family, noting as good as the
above, but it would take me awhile to pull together from my collection of
MD
resource books. I did see several mentions of Arthur Chenowith families,
again mostly just signing petitions, etc.

As stated above, my Hooker line does not seem connected to this one.
Regards, Tom Hooker, Lake Monticello, VA

[NI45394] !PARENTS: We can conclude that Elizabeth's parents were John Edmonson and
Sarah Abell. Sally was the daughter of Peter Abell and Lucy Carman. At
Elizabeth Edmonson's marriage in 1809, it is stated that Elizabeth's
grandmother and guardian was Lucy Polke. Lucy was the widow of Peter
Abell
who died about 1785. Lucy and Peter's oldest daughter Sally married John
Edmonson on 25 July 1887 in Nelson County, Kentucky.

!1809 MARRIAGE: "Nelson County Marriage Bonds, Consents, Minister's
Returns
1785-1800". Kentucky State Historical Library, Frankfort KY. Vol 1, Pg
29.
Chenoweth, Arthur m. Elizabeth Edmonson, Bond 11 Sept 1809 signed by
Samuel
Abell. Consent filed with bond by Lucy Polke, guardian to Elizabeth
Edmonson,
Witness to consent: Robert Edmonson, Samuel Abell.

!1832-1840 DEATH: After 1832 birth of son Newton and and before 1840
Census.

[NI45395] Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 58, Source Call #: 1058425

[NI45396] Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 58, Source Call #: 1058425

[NI45397] Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 59, Source Call #: 1058425

[NI45398] Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 60, Source Call #: 1058425

[NI45400] Batch #: 7613208, Sheet #: 59, Source Call #: 1058425

[NI45455] 1996: Willard currently possesses an old bentwood rocking chair that was
in his parents' home for many, many years. The chair belonged to his
great grandmother, Sarah Myers.

1965?: Built Church of God in Davie, Florida. Charter member. Attended
until 1978 when returned to 4th Avenue Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

MILITARY SERVICE

January 3, 1951
U.S. Army
Service Number 52-059-769
Rank Sgt. 1-C
25 Infantry
65 Engineer (C) Bn Communications
Basic Training at Ft. Knox, Kentucky for 3 months. Ft. Belvoir Virginia
Electrical School for 4 months. Camp Stoneman California from July 5
through July 30. Sailed to japan then on to Korea, arriving August 16.
Nine months later he went to Camp Atterbury Indiana. He returned home in
November 1952. The Lord worked things out so he did no fighting. He
worked in Radio Communications.

[NI45456] The record submitted by Judy Uplinger Brannon shows her name as "Opal
Jean Wilson/Jeanne Opal Forney" but since her father's name is Wilson,
she is referred to as Opal Jean Wilson in this database.The record
submitted by Judy Uplinger Brannon shows her name as "Opal Jean
Wilson/Jeanne Opal Forney" but since her father's name is Wilson, she is
referred to as Opal Jean Wilson in this database.

[NI45457] September 2, 1947: At Hoover Company in Canton, Ohio. Die cast shut
down. He reached in to get casting out of machine. Switch stuck and
closed machine. Die bar swung and hit him in face crushing right side of
facial bones and he ended up losing eye. He nearly died from injuries.
He became disabled and had to retire.

[NI45458] September 18, 1937: Bought the boys new coats for $0.38 and $0.50.
Ruth graduated from Marlboro H.S. (Myers or Slabaugh?)
Took Aunt Sue to Minetta Weaver's mother's funeral.

November 21, 1936: We got hot water in the house.

7-28-1937: Abe Truxel's were here
9-12-1937: Myers reunion; John Truxel and Lizzie were there from PA.
(They are niece and nephew of either Sarah Rice or Henry Weaver).
12-7-1937: Wrote to Bernise Truxel

[NI45462] According to the 1870 census, he was 6 years old as of July 1870.
However, I got his birthdate from the family records, both written and
oral, of his son, Russell. I wonder, though, if he were born in 1863
instead of 1865.

Cleona Hane Guisinger told me in Nov. 1997 that the old farm where Elias
and Flora raised their kids now occupies 14 houses. She said there is
room for plenty more. I have pictures of the old farmhouse. There was
nothing visible for what seemed like miles.

Cleona grew up 2 hills away from there.

Elias was know to hit the bottle, on occasion.

[NI45464] I had always been told that he died in 1911. According to Lee Roy
Uplinger, who has done extensive research, Sarah Hanly is the one who
died that year.

[NI45491] Jimmy's mother died when he was very young, maybe 5. He went to live
with Russell and Sarah Uplinger and the boys for a while.

[NI45492] His mother died when he was very young so he was raised by his uncle and
aunt, Clarence and Mary (Stark) Uplinger.

[NI45495] Marc Hollister he possesses a Rememberance Card for John Oplinger (note
spelling).

It states:

There is no death! What seems so is transition;
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life elysian,
Whose portal we call Death.

IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF
JOHN OPLINGER
Died: June 26, 1890 Aged: 64 years

A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled,
The boon His love he had given;
And though the body moulders here,
The sould is safe in Heaven.

Lee Uplinger found that John's was the first generation to Anglicize the
name(s) Oblinger/Oplinger, and that several of his immediate family
members were apparently using older variations.

As of the 1900 Census, Catharine claims 10 children and 7 living.

[NI45496] Catharine was Pennsylvania Deutsch, and as such, spoke the German dialect.

As told by her great granddaughter, Cleona Hane Guisinger.

[NI45497] The birth order I think was Alan, John, Henry, David, Susie, Moriah, and
Nancy.

NO, NO, NO - there was a Nancy born in 1861. Somehow there are four
girls and three names???

In Sarah Ellen Myers Uplinger's diary (her daughter) she states that
Mother gave the boys their quilts on November 8, 1933.

[NI45498] Check: tombstone says 1897 but I show 9/4/98.

[NI45500] He and Sarah lived in western Penn (Westmoreland Co or Fayette Co) until
about 1883. They moved by covered wagon to Marshallsville, Ohio. They
were there about one year and returned to Penn. About 1887 they went
back to Ohio and settled south of Hartville.

[NI45501] From Sarah Rice Myers' postcard collection, I gathered the following
information:

12/20/09 Bessie to Uncle Harry

4/27/10 Nannie Mohler to parents. Mentions babe boy.
Girls are well. Carl is
enjoying sun after
being shut up from
rainy weather.
Mentions Dan and
Erven Kinsleys; Joey
& Charlie.

6/13/10 Uniontown, PA Annie Coughanour to Aunt Sarah

8/8/10 Louis E. Myers to grandpa & grandma Willie helping
Brumbaugh. Corrie
Shoemaker helping
Ma. Emanuel & Harry
are cow boys.

3/16/12 Nannie would like to come home. Joe is not here. He went
home last Tuesday. His sister is very sick.

12/23/?? Nannie Babes & Carl mischievous; feeds the babies cream.

4/5/12 Aultman, OH Mary E. Myers mentions Aunt Fanny

4/6/12 Toledo, OH Ella Metsger to aunt & uncle Harry and Sarah

5/6/12 Canton, OH Ruth Ellenberger niece of Sarah

5/19/12 Topeka, KS Mrs. Edgar S. Rice niece of Sarah

12/23/12 Scottdale, PA Cora Hayes to Sarah

12/24/12 MISS Florence Stantz niece of Aunt Sarah

12/??/?? Lizzie Truxel Uncle Harry

1/16/13 Wooster, OH Mahlon P. Elisa Myers to brother Harry
Mentions Harry's sickness

3/8/?? Connellsville, PA Bessie Burg niece of Sarah

4/11/13 Mary E. Myers' baby is 17 lbs.

5/5/13 Connellsville, PA Lizzie Truxel to Aunt Sarah happy birthday

5/21/13 Berlinston, Iowa brother Joseph Rice to Sarah happy birthday

7/21/13 Mary E. Myers mentions Uncle Sam, Emanuel &
Viola; the boys. Louis had the baby while we
picked berries.

7/26/13 Scottdale, PA Cora Hayes niece of Sarah

10/25/12 Mary E. Myers mentions to her parents "Annie and big baby boy
that came to their house last Tuesday."

11/25/12 friend Barbara Kaukman

[NI45504] Diary of Sarah Ellen Myers Uplinger:
8-9-1936: Went to Wallace Mohler's for family reunion (would have been
probably Myers or Weaver.)

[NI45507] The oral history passed down from Sarah Ellen Uplinger, (his
granddaughter), is that he was born in Germany and his name was Weber but
got changed to Weaver when he came here. On his death record from Stark
County, Ohio, it lists his birthplace as being New Berlin. I will follow
up from census.

[NI45510] Moriah seemed to sometimes spell her name Maria.

There is a portrait of Ruth Slabaugh done in Kansas. I assume it is
Moriah's daughter. There is also a Velma Slabaugh. I do not know the
relationship.

[NI45520] Mary made probably a couple hundred quilts throughout her lifetime. She
also did carpet weaving. I, Judy Uplinger Brannon, was in her home in
the late 1970s and she had the entire floor covered in a loop carpet she
made herself out of fabric straps.

[NI45523] She graduated on May 29, 1936.

[NI45542] December 8, 1975: Gerald was putting up an antennae on top of a funeral
home and did not clear the electrical lines. When the antennae hit the
lines, he was hit with mega volts and thrown down 36 feet on top of a
moving car. He was paralyzed from the waist down, he suffered severe
burns, losing his right hand and forearm, lost his spleen and had a
couple dozen operations and several years of hospital stays over the next
seven and one-half years. He was hemophiliac so that always created a
problem in surgery. He lost both feet a short time before he died.

His wife, Debbie, sucummed to the pressure and divorced him. He met
another woman, a beautiful girl with two children (Debbie and Mebby)
whose fathers were unknown. They married and unfortunately, her reasons
were to give her children a last name, money, and the hopes that Gary
would not be around very long. They soon divorced.

The one thing about Gary that was so wonderful was that any time one
called or visited him to cheer him up, they ended up going away feeling
better for having seen him. I was very close to him and I cannot
remember once hearing him complain about his situation.

Gary is burried in Sunset Hills Memory Garden across from Belden Village
in Canton.

[NI45571] I'm not sure how he fits in to this Tree

[NI45574] When Georgia Anna began to develop as a woman, her father paid little
attention. One day he realized there were two rather full lumps on her
chest. He said, "Annie, get those sweet potatoes out of your bosom."

[NI45577] Margaret was a beautiful little girl. Her birth took place during the
night and doctor was very annoyed at being called out during his
slumber. He was very rough with Georgia Anna and used brute force to
extract Margaret, doing damage to her spine. She was unable to walk as a
result.

[NI45582] Sandy haired Irishman. A real hot-head.

[NI45583] Servilla had a hard life. She split rails with an axe for firewood, in
her bare feet, even in the winter time. James made life miserable for
her, with his womanizing, drinking and violence. A short time before
Frank was born, James kicked her in the stomach. Frank was born with a
bruise on his bottom.

She was a dressmaker and saved her butter and egg money. She wanted to
purchase a sewing machine to make mending and sewing easier. When she
had almost enough, the money came up missing. James had used it to buy a
fur coat for his girlfriend.

She died in Lodge Rest Home in Navarre, Ohio. She moved there in 1964
and died in 1969, at age 98. She left 22 grandchildren, 43 great
grandchildren, and 9 great, great, grandchildren.

As of 1964, Frank, Everett & Edith were still living. Frank died
Christmas day, but I do not know what year.

[NI45584] Moriah was 98 years old when she died.

She received the Holy Ghost.

They were Pennsylvania Dutch.

[NI45592] E.W. was an avid inventor. Although one major item was stolen by someone
with the money to manufacture it, he did have the following patents:

#2,438,995 Drying Machines of the Air Circulating, Rotary Drum, &
April/7/1948 Enclosing Casing Type (Gas) - Serial #500,981

#2,625,906 Egg Turning Apparatus for Incubators
Mar/4/1948 Still in use in Amish communities in Ohio
($30.00 fee)

[NI45614] Karen was walking to school with two of her siblings. There were no
sidewalks on her street and they were walking around a sprinkler. She
was the second one to go into the street just as a car came by and hit
her. She died two hours later from internal injuries.

[NI45618] Susan was a good Christian and a sweet lady. She was married to John
Spain. On a Sunday night she was speaking in tongues in church and on
Monday or Tuesday, she was found hanged to death. There was a series of
coverups and lies from every individual from her husband to the cops and
the medical examiner. There was blood that was washed up, records
missing, and many other discrepancies. Further, her death was deemed a
suicide which was a physical impossibility from the facts surrounding her
death and they way the body was discovered. We all believe John killed
her.

Interestingly enough, even though John and Susan were newlyweds when she
died, about two months after her death, John was remarried to Darla, a
former sweetheart.

He has moved from church to church to church and his past seems to follow
him wherever he goes!

Aunt Eileen wanted to vindicate her daughter's death and tried to have
Unsolved Mysteries perform an investigation. All of the records
surrounding this murder and investigation have vanished, almost as if
Susan never existed.

[NI45621] He was a drinking man. In addition, while unemployed, he was jailed for
desertion of his kids. His release was contingent upon obtaining gainful
employment.

[NI45623] According to 1870 census he was 10 in July 1870.

[NI45625] I learned about Lula from Marc Hollister, direct descendant of Peter
Uplinger. On the 1870 census, there is an unnamed female that is 4
months old as of July 1870. I am assuming these are the same person, but
do not know for certain.

She also had a niece named after her, Russell's sister.

[NI45628] We think she died in either Bluefield or Montcalm, Virginia.

[NI45640] Either this one or his brother was riding his bike one night in the
dark. He unknowlingly came upon some people taking a walk and
accidentally his and killed a woman.

[NI45648] Dad believes this is the child that was killed in Vietnam during the war.

[NI45677] According to The Ancestors and Descendant of Louis E. Myers and Stella
(Holl) Myers, (1977) he and his twin, Abramah, moved west, probably to
Iowa.

[NI45695] Somehow, Harry Myers had a niece, Florence Stantz. Don't know how
related, though.

[NI45697] Military:

US Army 10 March 1953 through 16 March 1955
Promoted Pvt - Pfc Corp.
Fort Jackson South Carolina. Went to Korea 1 August 1953

[NI45706] She and RJ never had children although they wanted them desperately. For
a couple years, they kept and took care of Darlene, Paul Goolsby's
daughter. He died in car crash in Viet nam as a civilian. Darlene was
with them when I was married in March 1982.

[NI45806] June 1997 - made full Colonel

[NI45813] Harry and Mae attended Canton Temple Church of God. When they first
moved to the area from Greece, they attended a church service which may
have been a camp meeting. A gentleman spoke in tongues during the
service. Following church, Harry approached him to find out what part of
Greece he was from. The man said that he had never been there. When
Harry further inquired and learned the man did not know the Greek
language, Harry told him he had spoken his message in fluent Greek. It
was then that Harry really learned about the power of the Holy Ghost.

[NI45834] Paul went the Canton Temple Church of God where my grandparents, Sarah
and Russell Uplinger, attended church.

See information on Harry Kalem, Paul's father.

[NI45868] The Killpatrics are buried under the Norton Gallery of Art in WPB,
Florida on Dixie Highway. Hazel Brannon said that it is Virginia and her
husband but this can't be. There had been a cemetary and many of the
bodies were moved when the Gallery was pending. Several relatives were
not notified of the move. The Killpatrics are among them. There are
about 18 graves under the Gallery.

Note the spelling differs from Harriet and her father, William, whose
last name has only one "l."

[NI45896] She was the maid for Henry Noegel and Anna Osmer and came here from
Germany with them. After Anna's death, Mary and Henry wed.

[NI45933] He was nicknamed Shorty. Traditionally, he went by Eugene.

[NI45947] Unsure as to relationship, but possibly to be EW's brother.

[NI45948] He owned a 380 acre farm along with a 480 acre farm. He used to breed
and sell work horses; $500 per team. He also bred and sold race horses
that he imported from France.

He was nearly a millionaire. In his day, the only two millionaires alive
were Rockefeller and JP Morgan, I'm told.

When he saw the first steam engine (train), he said, "There goes my horse
business." And it did.

[NI45957] Tom was jailed for a number of years for grand larceny

[NI45963] This info was with Thomas and Mary Hammersley's info in EW Forney's
personal belongings. Unsure as to true relationship.

[NI45999] I'm not positive that this is Mary's brother, but pretty sure.

[NI46006] He may or may not be any relation to Samuel Ebie.
He is, however, the brother of Chloe Kinsley.

[NI46008] Baby's mom, Mary E. Myers, mentions "Baby is so fretfull. Nothing is
right. Only weighs 13 1/2 lb." This was on post card dated 2/24/1913.

On 4/11/1913 he weighed 17 lbs.

[NI46025] Census record shows Charles

[NI46026] Her marriage certificate shows her middle initial as M. However, Marc
Hollister provided the middle name Grace to me.

[NI46052] Unsure as to whose child this was. She used to write post cards to Uncle
Harry (Henry F. Myers) around 1913. I am in possession of those post
cards.

[NI46055] In post cards from Mary E. Myers to her in-laws, HF & Sarah Myers, Mary
mentions Annie was here with her man and Ma and Pa. 2/24/1913.

She also said on one something about "Annie and the big baby boy that
came to her house last Tuesday."

[NI46057] She lives in Seattle.

[NI46064] from James A. Stamper, Dwarf, KY: I have information on a James H.
Stamper who married Mary Sexton, a widow, on Oct. 5, 1890 in Lawrence
Co., Ohio. At the time of his marriage he stated that he was single, 55
years of age (so this may not have been his first marriage), that he was
born in Ashe Co., NC and that both of his parents were born in NC. 1850
Ashe Co. Census shows his children. This James (age 11) is the only
person by that name that I can find in the 1850 Ashe census whose age
comes close to the age of the James who later married in Lawrence Co.,
Ohio. On July 20, 1904 in Lawrence Co., Ohio, James H. Stamper, age 71,
married Melissa Griffin, age 33. Death record says James H. Stamper died
Dec. 12, 1917. He is buried in the Henry Cemetery, Ironton, Ohio. This
James seems to have liasons (and children) with another woman or two
without benefit of marriage. This information was given to me by Edith
Stamper Norris of Ironton, Ohio, was wondering how her ancestor James H.
ties in with the other Stampers.
From Theda Aldridge; I have recently acquired James Stamper's death
certificate from the Ohio historical Society. It states that his birth
is March 13, 1832 North Carolina. His death is 13 Dec 1917 in Coalgrove,
Lawrence Co., OH. Father's name: Wm Stamper' Mother's name: Janie
Baldwin; and says both parents were born in the U.S. Informant: Lee
Stamper.
Yes, Mary Lucas was married to Richard Sexton. I have her as being born
Nov 1834 in Russell Co., VA Daughter of Parker Lucas and Susannah
Fraley. She married James Stamper on 5 Oct 1890 in Boyd Co., KY at the
home of Reason Stamper ( Do you have any data on him?) She died 21 Aug
1890 Center Furnace, Lawrence Co., OH
I agree with you that we need to resolve the parentage, but my problem is
with Leander first. I recently found a page on the net by Teresa Martin
Klaiber
http://emcee.com/~sexton/stamper.htm
She thinks that my husband's ggrandfather, Robert Leander Stamper, was
born
a Sexton. Mary Lucas Sexton was not with Richard Sexton on the 1870
census
in Boyd Co., KY. The only thing she has to go by is an obituary for John
Richard Sexton in the Springfield Daily News, Mon. Dec 11, 1922 that
states that he is survived by a brother, Lee of Ironton and does not
mention the other Stamper brother and 2 sisters.
Mary Lucas Sexton and James Stamper apparently lived together for several
years before they were married because they are on the 1880 Lawrence Co.,
OH census with children: John R. (23), C. Perry (17), Leander (13), Mary
J. (9), and James (6). John R. and C. Perry are both definately Sexton's,
but Leander could be either depending on when Mary Lucas left Richard
Sexton and went to live
with James Stamper.

[NI46097] He grew up in the farm just west of Russell and Sarah Uplinger. His
parents were Ivan and ?

[NI46114] His wife went to school with Hazel and Aunt June

[NI46149] According to The Ancestors and Descendant of Louis E. Myers and Stella
(Holl) Myers, (1977) he and his twin, Joseph, moved west, probably to
Iowa.

[NI46164] They moved to Ohio in 1834.

[NI46208] This woman must have been some character. She was married four times,
twice to Henry and she was not consistent on any of the marriage license
applications, as follows:

birth birth Ever
Name date place Mother's Name Father's Name
Married?

1 June 1889
Henry Uplinger
Alice Tritt

She married a Mr. Marton...
then:

22 June 1899
Henry Uplinger 11/30/1864 Greensburg Catherine Witwer John Uplinger
once
Dora A. Marton 5/12/1866 Green Twp. Catherine Powell Peter Tritt
once

15 May 1905
George W. Ley 9/24/1869 Summit Della Steaver John Ley no
Dora A. Uplinger 5/05/1871 Cornet Elizabeth Kedler Peter
Tritt once
Ohio

When their daughter, Maud Emma, was born, her maiden name was Ellen Tritt.
When their daughter, Della Uplinger, married Charles W. Ellis, she said
her maiden was Alice Tritt and signed as Alice Ley.
This woman must have been some character. She was married four times,
twice to Henry and she was not consistent on any of the marriage license
applications, as follows:

birth birth Ever
Name date place Mother's Name Father's Name
Married?

1 June 1889
Henry Uplinger
Alice Tritt

She married a Mr. Marton...
then:

22 June 1899
Henry Uplinger 11/30/1864 Greensburg Catherine Witwer John Uplinger
once
Dora A. Marton 5/12/1866 Green Twp. Catherine Powell Peter Tritt
once

15 May 1905
George W. Ley 9/24/1869 Summit Della Steaver John Ley no
Dora A. Uplinger 5/05/1871 Cornet Elizabeth Kedler Peter
Tritt once
Ohio

When their daughter, Maud Emma, was born, her maiden name was Ellen Tritt.
When their daughter, Della Uplinger, married Charles W. Ellis, she said
her maiden was Alice Tritt and signed as Alice Ley.

[NI46221] Like mother, like daughter.

She was married to Mr. Aultenberg, then to Ford Elmer Stuck, then Daniel
E. Cranz.

Her Marriage License Application to Daniel E. Cranz shows her birthday to
be 27 February 1889. The prior Application shows 18 January 1890.

In addition, the Summit Co, birth index lists her are Maud. The marriage
index lists Maud Emma for her marriage to Ford Elmer Struck, and it lists
Emma Maud for her marriage to Daniel E. Cranz.

[NI46261] I don't know for certain that this is Catharine's brother, but the name,
age, and birthplace would certainly work.

[NI46493] He was jailed for shooting his father-in-law, Albright, twice.

Committed suicide while in jail. He was a paranoid schizophrenic
probably as a result of brain damage from the case of meningitis he
contracted 10 years earlier.

[NI46942] He started the North Fort Myers Church of God.

[NI47141] Nov 1997, email from Ina Stamper Wallace, quoting a letter of Eleanor
Stamper Massott (1995); John Stamper, my great grandfather, who fought
in the Civil War, had two families (simultaneously--what a guy) by two
different wives (who by the way were sisters). One of these sisters he
was married to and those children went by the name of Stamper and their
names were: Berry, Effie, James, Green, Nancy, Alvin, George, Daniel
Boone, Sally, Andrew Jackson, Laura and David Crockett (remember these
were just named after the famous people). The other family went by the
last name of Burns and they included Meg, Martha, Annie and Jack. Going
back another generation, George Washington Stamper came to Kentucky from
Virginia approximately 1830 (if you get back this far you may find a
connection), and his six children included John, Sam, Isaac, and three
girls (names unknown).
Ryan Tackett; tackett@compulinx-net.net; I am looking for informationn
on my gggGrandfather John STAMPER, ?-1919. He was married to Martha
CASSIDY (?), and the names of two of his sons were Daniel Boone STAMPER
and Alvin STAMPER (m. Mallie WHITT); John may have fought in the 23rd.
KY. during the Civil War. He would have been from the Floyd Co. area,
according to the best of my knowledge.
From Brenda Stamper Callahan,March 1998; My great grandpa was David
Crockett Stamper b. 12/31/89, his parents were John b. 1945 and Elizabeth
Cassity. Johns dad was George Washington, born 1818, m Nancy Nickell. I
have quite a bit of info from my "grandpa Dave" He died in 1984 in Bend,
OR. He was such a character. I have pages of letters from him, some old
picture etc. His daughter Avis Link is the only one still living ( of
his children). I also have some information in a family history written
by Wales Scotland Stamper, who was my grandpa Daves nephew.
According to information from David Crokett Stamper, Johns son, b. 1889
John Stamper m. Elizabeth Cassity b. 1846 d. 1921, their children were:
"Berry", Effie, James, Green, Nancy, Alvin, George, Daniel Boone, Sally,
Andrew Jackson, Laura, David Crockett. (youngest child). Elizabeth had a
sister Sally that came to live with them, eventually John built her a
separate house on the farm and had children with her too, including: Meg,
Martha, Anne, and Jack who went by the last name of Burns. My GGrandpa
(David Crockett) considered these full siblings and thought alot of them.
John W. Stamper died within 24 hours of catching the flu, in an epidemic
in 1919, the same flu caused my Grandpa (Ollie Burns Stamper) to be born
2 months premature, 2 days after John died. Elizabeth lived 2 more years
and was still married to John at the time of his death, so I have no clue
as to who Lucinda was married to. Nov 1997, email from Ina Stamper
Wallace, quoting a letter of Eleanor Stamper Massott (1995); John
Stamper, my great grandfather, who fought in the Civil War, had two
families (simultaneously--what a guy) by two different wives (who by the
way were sisters). One of these sisters he was married to and those
children went by the name of Stamper and their names were: Berry, Effie,
James, Green, Nancy, Alvin, George, Daniel Boone, Sally, Andrew Jackson,
Laura and David Crockett (remember these were just named after the famous
people). The other family went by the last name of Burns and they
included Meg, Martha, Annie and Jack. Going back another generation,
George Washington Stamper came to Kentucky from Virginia approximately
1830 (if you get back this far you may find a connection), and his six
children included John, Sam, Isaac, and three
girls (names unknown).
Ryan Tackett; tackett@compulinx-net.net; I am looking for informationn
on my gggGrandfather John STAMPER, ?-1919. He was married to Martha
CASSIDY (?), and the names of two of his sons were Daniel Boone STAMPER
and Alvin STAMPER (m. Mallie WHITT); John may have fought in the 23rd.
KY. during the Civil War. He would have been from the Floyd Co. area,
according to the best of my knowledge.
From Brenda Stamper Callahan,March 1998; My great grandpa was David
Crockett Stamper b. 12/31/89, his parents were John b. 1945 and Elizabeth
Cassity. Johns dad was George Washington, born 1818, m Nancy Nickell. I
have quite a bit of info from my "grandpa Dave" He died in 1984 in Bend,
OR. He was such a character. I have pages of letters from him, some old
picture etc. His daughter Avis Link is the only one still living ( of
his children). I also have some information in a family history written
by Wales Scotland Stamper, who was my grandpa Daves nephew.
According to information from David Crokett Stamper, Johns son, b. 1889
John Stamper m. Elizabeth Cassity b. 1846 d. 1921, their children were:
"Berry", Effie, James, Green, Nancy, Alvin, George, Daniel Boone, Sally,
Andrew Jackson, Laura, David Crockett. (youngest child). Elizabeth had a
sister Sally that came to live with them, eventually John built her a
separate house on the farm and had children with her too, including: Meg,
Martha, Anne, and Jack who went by the last name of Burns. My GGrandpa
(David Crockett) considered these full siblings and thought alot of them.
John W. Stamper died within 24 hours of catching the flu, in an epidemic
in 1919, the same flu caused my Grandpa (Ollie Burns Stamper) to be born
2 months premature, 2 days after John died. Elizabeth lived 2 more years
and was still married to John at the time of his death, so I have no clue
as to who Lucinda was married to.

[NI47199] per Golden Combs Ferguson; Flossie and Jacie are brother/sister. Beulah
is a cousin.

[NI47200] My name is Golden Combs Ferguson. My mother is Maxline Stamper Combs. I
was born in Jackson, Ky; but grew up in Miamisburg, Ohio. (Montgomery
Cty). This past June my family and I moved here to Booneville. My sister
has lived here for 20+ years and my mother has lived here since here
retirement from her job in Miamisburg about 5 years ago. We all live on
the same lane.My name is Golden Combs Ferguson. My mother is Maxline
Stamper Combs. I was born in Jackson, Ky; but grew up in Miamisburg,
Ohio. (Montgomery Cty). This past June my family and I moved here to
Booneville. My sister has lived here for 20+ years and my mother has
lived here since here retirement from her job in Miamisburg about 5 years
ago. We all live on the same lane.

[NI47616] Died in the Civil WarDied in the Civil War
William was born in Hawkins County , Tenn.. He died in Hamilton Co.
Tenn..

He died in the Civil War

[NI47639] One submitter shows Carrie's death date as 13 Nov 1955 Laurel Co, KY,
marriage date as 7 Sep 1905 Clay Co KY.One submitter shows Carrie's death
date as 18 May 1947 Butler Co, OH, md 26 Sep 1908 Clay Co, KY.One
submitter shows Carrie's death date as 13 Nov 1955 Laurel Co, KY,
marriage date as 7 Sep 1905 Clay Co KY.One submitter shows Carrie's death
date as 18 May 1947 Butler Co, OH, md 26 Sep 1908 Clay Co, KY.

[NI47641] Buried Clay Co., KY.

[NI47643] This name as it arrived in a gedcom was listed as "Elizabeth Hinkel,
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Eversole". It is difficult to determine if there were
two wives, or a discrepancy in maiden names. We list only Elizabeth
Hinkel.This name as it arrived in a gedcom was listed as "Elizabeth
Hinkel, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Eversole". It is difficult to determine if
there were two wives, or a discrepancy in maiden names. We list only
Elizabeth Hinkel.

[NI47723] Buried Lee Co.,Tenn

[NI47725] Buried Lee Co., VA.

[NI47788] From Golden Ferguson; I posted the following some time ago; but, since
the reference to the name > 'Neeley' has come up again, I will mention it
again. I copied this from some records I was looking through, at a
friends in Owsley County. She has been working with genealogy for a long
time. This is as it is copied.
9. JOHN STAMPER; b c1840, Madison md. Elizabeth --NL w/father 1840;
w/ father 1850 - 1860; unknown 1870; Owsley 1880 - 1900 --I believe
his wife's name may be ELIZABETH NEELEY, which is an Owsley Co. name.
There is a NANCY MARGARET STAMPER b 1863 Owsley who md JAMES H MAYES. Her
Death Certificate lists parents as JOHN STAMPER & ELIZABETH NEELEY.The
only way I could prove that she belongs to this JOHN & ELIZABETH would
be to find them in 1870. She was not born in 1860 & was md by 1880.
There are 3 JOHN STAMPER'S in Owsley 1860: #44 (John, 40, & Anna,
31) & #315 (John, 21 s) & #608 (Joh A & Lucinda) + John still at home
with father WM. --Named sons: Lewis, Joel & WILLIAM --Named daus: Nancy,
Margaret, Sarah, Ara, Mary, Elizabeth, Lucinda & Emily.

[NI47964] from Richard Hull (16 Jul 1998): Lovicy separated from Jesse in the early
1840's and went to Monroe County, IA with Hiram. Margaret M Marcus is a
descendant of Hiram and was raised in Monroe County. The following is
quoted from a recent letter from Margaret; "Our family has always known
Jesse Long's wife as Lovicy Stamper and that she and her husband lived in
Ashe County NC where their children were born.
Her tombstone shows her given name as "louisy. I suggest that her name
as Louisa, pronounced 'Lo-wize-a', which became 'Lo-wize-y' and was later
is pronounced as 'Lo-vice-y' which we accepted as her given name.
As far as is known descendents of Jonathan were the only Stampers
residing in Wilkes-Ashe Counties at the end of the 18th century when
Louisa was born. Maynard gives an inclusive account of the family and
she does not mention any Louisa.
Louisa was born May 26, 1796 (tombstone record) in the time frame which
would make her the youngest child of Jonathan and Mary Ann.
Two of Jonathan's daughters (Susannah and Frances) married sons of John
Long I (John II and Tobias). Why not a third marriage with the families?
One of Jesse and Louisa Long's daughters was Mary, the name of Louisa's
mother. Mary in turn had a daughter Louisa repeating the Long family
pattern of giving daughters the maternal grandmother's name. They also
had sons named Solomon and Hiram, names common the other Stamper
families.
At least two of Jonathan Stamper's brothers were notably short. The
skeleton of John Long, Louisa's grandson was about five feet tall.
(note: I saw it when it hung in the Hauberg Indian Museum, Rock Island
Arsenal, Rock Island, Illinois). The Longs living in Urbana Township
Monroe County, Iowa were 'very short people', comment to me by my
mother)"
Another cousin, Phyllis Heslop, who is a descendant of Solomon Eli Long,
says Lovicy is "Widow Long" in "Banditti of the Plains". (I forgot to
ask her to enlarge on this). Thanks, Richard Hull, Lakeland, FL

from Craig Michalak; Lovicy is pictured on p 118 of the reprint of
"Banditti of the Prairies." which was first published around 1850. The
chapter is about Shak Phips (John Meshack Phipps) and the drawing also
shows his wife (Lovicy's daughter). Lovicy's kids Aaron and Hiram are
also mentioned.
It was their cousins Aaron and John (sons of Jesse's brother Owen) who
were hanged for the murder of Col. Davenport (founder of Davenport IA).

[NI47965] from Robert T. Hull; The names of their children are in Jesse's probate
record. The dates associated with their oldest daughter Jane Long (my
line) are from cemetery, probate and census records. Information about
the other lines has been given to me by descendants of those lines. I
believe most dates are from cemetery records.
Jesse's youngest daughter Celia Ann was not Lovicy's child. She was born
to Elizabeth Solsberry some 5 years before Elizabeth became Jesse's
second wife and 3 years before Lovicy died. In 1871, Lovicy's children
sued Elizabeth (Jesse's executrix) over dispersal of the estate.
Jane Long and Troy Phipps moved from Ashe Co., NC to Owen Co., IN about
1832. I think this was about the same time frame for Jesse and Lovicy.

[NI48017] Deed Beaver CO PA 23 Feb 1803 (1821) Jonathan Hill Adm Daniel Hill

[NI48029] !AKA: His daughter, Anne Butler Croys, age 80, stated that her father's
brother Robert Butler fled to Bristol and changted his name to Pennoyer
because
"he happened to be present where a man was killed."

[NI48043] res. Frederick Co,VA

[NI48103] contr by: Sharon D. Clark;52 Ingham Hill; Essex, CT 06426

[NI48118] recs of Dorothy Hansen;1834 Mills Ave;N.Muskegon,MI 48445;(616) 744-49445
(1993)

[NI48119] recs of Dorothy Hansen;1834 Mills Ave;N.Muskegon,MI 48445;(616) 744-49445
(1993)

[NI48136] from Judy Norfold; The Johnathan Stamper who is mentioned as a father
of Hugh, did not marry a McCormick. That is the way it is listed in The
Cobbs of Owen Co., Ky. But that is wrong as are some of the other things
in the book. The book contradicts itself and later states that Johnathan
and his brother, Jesse, married sisters, Mary and Nancy Sebastian, daus
of Benjamin. This is the correct info. Where Edgar Morgan got the
McCormick, I have never been able to determine. But nothing else that I
have ever seen says anything about a McCormick.
Note from Kay Inman; This issue is quite confusing, as most other
statements state that the two brothers who married the two daughters of
Benjamin Sebastian were both sons of Jacob Stamper, not Joel Stamper.

[NI48143] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48144] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48145] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48146] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48147] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48148] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48149] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48150] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48151] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48152] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48153] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48154] Rice Trails 1717-1977 BY Nan Rice Shute

[NI48160] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48162] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48164] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48165] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48166] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48167] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48168] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48169] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48171] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48172] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48173] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48174] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48175] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48177] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48178] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48180] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48181] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48182] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48183] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48184] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48185] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48187] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48199] his parentage, wife, and

other children not given

[NI48214] Will OF Michael Dated 6 Dec 1816 Stafford NJ

[NI48240] adopted by George R. Elliott

[NI48250] Myrtle had 5 children (not named)

[NI48286] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48288] Rice Trails/Shute

[NI48303] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI48304] Gen Notes of NY & N.Eng Fam by S.V. Talcott (1883)

[NI48316] Will Date/Names BR-IN-Law Stephen Inman AS Adm

Names Neph Michael Inman & Niece Ann Inman

[NI48328] Living with his brother, Larkin in 1840 census

[NI48344] !Children: She and her husband Jan Strycker had 9 children.

[NI48347] !Husband: She was the widow of Roelot Willemszen.

[NI48348] !Sources: Donald L. Jacobus, "Families of Old Fairfield" 1:140, 567, 352.

!Residences: Eng.-- of New Haven Conn in 1638; then Fairfield & Stamford.

[NI48366] from Sherry Griggs: DEATH CERTIFICATES: Obtained the certificate for
James Melmath. Information was given by his son-in-law, W. E. Campbell,
who knew nothing of his parentage. The letter I received from the
Campbell family stated that James M. and his wife Rebecca were very
closed mouth about their former marriages and would not speak of them nor
of anything in their past, which evidently included a lot.

[NI48373] special note; Mary Hall does not show up as a child of Nancy (Stamper)
Hall in the 1880 Solomon Co, KS census as reported by Ina Stamper Wallace.

[NI48384] recs of Geneva Stamper Hamilton

[NI48389] chr. May 24, 1719, Christ Church, Middlesex Co, VA, will date: December
18, 1793, probate date: June 1799. Wilkes Co,NC taxables 1771-1805.
per Jackie Stamper (Nov 1979) Jonathan and Rachel had moved from Christ
Church Parish, Middlesex Co, VA by 1762 and were living in Amhearst Co,
VA in 1763. He moved to Wilkes Co, NC in 1767 (which was then Rowan Co,
NC). Settled in Bugaboo Creek about 2 miles from Ronda, NC. Jackie
says Rachel may have been his second wife.

[NI48550] Janet Zappia sent the following; One item I happen to have in front of
me: Harvey's sister Nancy 'Nannie' b abt 1889. (her age is a guess from
1910 Owsley Co, KY census) I found this: Marriage, #2493 Yr.1915 BK
19, Pge 237, M/D 5/17, Stamper, Nancy (Owsley) Ag. 17 Sta 1 (Mother)
Martha Mason (Father) David Mason Groom: Wilder, Carter (Owsley). I had
these pages copied at the Breathitt Co, KY. Library. (No heading on my
copies). I had posted her previously as 'died young'. Now thought to
have died a "young" woman. I still haven't found a death date for her
but I wasn't looking for Nancy Wilder.

[NI48738] M.A. - Psychology, Univ. of Ark. Ark. Rehabilitation Service
employee, 1971 - present. Lived in Little Rock, Ark. area after
1971, but recently returned to Fayetteville, Ar.

Per Jean: "Hobbies (or OBSESSIONS, as I "jokingly" insist) have
included: Training & showing gaited saddle horses, travel,
tennis, photography and travel, short story writing, genealogy
and travel, Western mountains and travel, Canada and travel, and
most of all travel, travel, travel. He is my best friend".

Dennis is a two-time graduate of the University of Arkansas, with
a Master's degree in General Psychology; he has been employed as
a psychological examiner with the Arkansas Rehabilitation Service
since 1971. Extra-curricular professional involvement has
included membership in Arkansas Psychological Association;
charter membership and presidency of Arkansas Association of
Psychological Examiners; and, most recently, gubernatorial
appointment to the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Psychology (the
state's regulatory body for the practice of psychology) for the
1993-1997 term; served as chairman from 1 Jan. '96 through 16 Aug. '96.
Pres.-elect (Nov. 1997), General Lafayette Chapter (Fayetteville, Ark.),
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; nat. reg. #47252.

[NI48739] Susan is currently (1997) employed at Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffee at the
Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville, a good outlet for her gregarious
nature.

[NI48740] Inez writes a column called "Bunyard Vicinity" for the "Washington County
Observer".

[NI48741] Teresa and husband, Joe, have been very good to look in on her
grandfather,
John, in recent years. They have a darling little boy, Tyler, who
entertained
us all at the 1997 Birthday Party for Boots and Clarence.

[NI48742] Jimmy takes his grandfather fishing when he gets a chance. He used to
visit my
mother in the nursing home, which pleased her. She was fond of him.

[NI48746] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48747] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48748] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48749] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48750] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48751] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48752] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48753] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48754] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48755] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48756] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48757] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48758] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48759] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48760] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48761] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48762] 2nd husband of Glenda Jearldean. From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48763] Third husband of Glenda Jearldean. From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48764] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48765] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48766] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48767] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48768] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48769] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48770] From Sandy Hicks, 1998.

[NI48771] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48772] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48773] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48774] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48775] From Ginger Hicks, 1998: 2nd husband of Grace Hawkins.

[NI48776] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48777] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48778] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48779] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48780] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48781] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48782] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48783] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48784] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48785] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48786] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48787] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48788] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48789] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48790] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48791] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48792] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48793] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48794] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48795] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48796] From Ginger Hicks, 1998. "Third husband of Ruby Irene".

[NI48797] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48798] From Ginger Hicks, 1998. "4th husband of Ruby Irene".

[NI48799] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48800] Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48801] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48802] Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48803] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48804] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48805] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48806] From Ginger Hicks, 1998.

[NI48807]