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    1. [Bowles] Re: Yes! Finally!
    2. Marcy Feltenberger
    3. Benjamin Bowles is my ancestor that leads to his son David then to Jesse Sr and Jesse Jr and so forth.  Would love to know info on him if you have it or know where to find it.   In a message dated 4/23/2018 12:37:06 PM Pacific Standard Time, tlaporte@mymts.net writes:   So glad to receive this news! Hello again Charles. It's been a while! Your site looks great. I agree about having to go on our own for our web sites now. I also decided that my Bowles in Canada and their Roots in England and Ireland site on rootsweb freepages was never going to come back so I have been migrating it to a pay site. The info is still free to everyone but I have to pay for the storage. It's required a lot of format conversions to get it up and running but hopefully will be worth it. About 1/2 the site is still under construction and many of the pages I've migrated still have bad links and some weird formats but it's coming. I also had 3 years of research to post to it which I was behind on even on the old site so it's a bit daunting. I had to provide my own domain name and amazingly BowlesFamilyHistory.ca was still available so I grabbed it. This has prompted me to expand my scope to a single surname study so while I'm still limiting myself to Canada, England and Ireland (and a very little US where it involved my own direct line) I've gone into Bowles lines other than my own. At this point I'm not sure I'm going to be able to keep that up but I'll try. The pages I've added on my new site which were not on my old rootsweb site are listed here: http://bowlesfamilyhistory.ca/new_additions.htm Tom _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:bowles-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/bowles@rootsweb.com/ Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/23/2018 02:03:49
    1. [Bowles] Yes! Finally!
    2. So glad to receive this news! Hello again Charles. It's been a while! Your site looks great. I agree about having to go on our own for our web sites now. I also decided that my Bowles in Canada and their Roots in England and Ireland site on rootsweb freepages was never going to come back so I have been migrating it to a pay site. The info is still free to everyone but I have to pay for the storage. It's required a lot of format conversions to get it up and running but hopefully will be worth it. About 1/2 the site is still under construction and many of the pages I've migrated still have bad links and some weird formats but it's coming. I also had 3 years of research to post to it which I was behind on even on the old site so it's a bit daunting. I had to provide my own domain name and amazingly BowlesFamilyHistory.ca was still available so I grabbed it. This has prompted me to expand my scope to a single surname study so while I'm still limiting myself to Canada, England and Ireland (and a very little US where it involved my own direct line) I've gone into Bowles lines other than my own. At this point I'm not sure I'm going to be able to keep that up but I'll try. The pages I've added on my new site which were not on my old rootsweb site are listed here: http://bowlesfamilyhistory.ca/new_additions.htm Tom

    04/23/2018 01:36:47
    1. [Bowles] Re: Bowles Web Pages
    2. Marcy Feltenberger
    3. My Bowles are from Bourbon Co. but I would love to connect them to your Barren Co.  It is my opinion that there has to be a connection but who knows.   In a message dated 4/13/2018 2:22:42 PM Pacific Standard Time, hartley@iglou.com writes:   With no assurance when or if Ancestry is going to return access to the genealogy-related pages I created on Rootsweb, I've begun trying to rebuild them in another place. The site was/is called The Genealogy Soup Bowl because, like a good bowl of vegetable soup, it contains a bunch of good stuff. Of particular note to this list is the following link to the pages about my Bowles ancestry: http://www.gensoup.org/genealogy/johnbowles/bowlesindex.html I might also remind the list that the Bowles DNA Project is still alive. Take a look at the following page to see what's there: http://www.ancestors-genealogy.com/bowles/index.html Charlie Hartley _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:bowles-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/bowles@rootsweb.com/ Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/13/2018 08:21:17
    1. [Bowles] Re: Bowles Web Pages
    2. Sharon Bowles
    3. thanks for the update ( and the work that goes with it.) Sent from my iPhone > On Apr 13, 2018, at 4:19 PM, Charles Hartley <hartley@iglou.com> wrote: > > With no assurance when or if Ancestry is going to return access to the > genealogy-related pages I created on Rootsweb, I've begun trying to rebuild > them in another place. The site was/is called The Genealogy Soup Bowl > because, like a good bowl of vegetable soup, it contains a bunch of good > stuff. > > Of particular note to this list is the following link to the pages about my > Bowles ancestry: > > http://www.gensoup.org/genealogy/johnbowles/bowlesindex.html > > I might also remind the list that the Bowles DNA Project is still alive. > Take a look at the following page to see what's there: > http://www.ancestors-genealogy.com/bowles/index.html > > Charlie Hartley > > _______________________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > You are receiving this email because you have registered with RootsWeb Mailing Lists. Manage your email preferences at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/accounts/subscriptions/ > > To unsubscribe send an email to mailto:bowles-leave@rootsweb.com?subject=unsubscribe&body=unsubscribe > > View the archives for this list at: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/bowles@rootsweb.com/ > > Your privacy is important to us. View our Privacy Statement at https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/privacystatement for more information. Use of RootsWeb is subject to our Terms and Conditions https://www.ancestry.com/cs/legal/termsandconditions > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    04/13/2018 06:48:58
    1. [Bowles] Bowles Web Pages
    2. Charles Hartley
    3. With no assurance when or if Ancestry is going to return access to the genealogy-related pages I created on Rootsweb, I've begun trying to rebuild them in another place. The site was/is called The Genealogy Soup Bowl because, like a good bowl of vegetable soup, it contains a bunch of good stuff. Of particular note to this list is the following link to the pages about my Bowles ancestry: http://www.gensoup.org/genealogy/johnbowles/bowlesindex.html I might also remind the list that the Bowles DNA Project is still alive. Take a look at the following page to see what's there: http://www.ancestors-genealogy.com/bowles/index.html Charlie Hartley

    04/13/2018 03:19:34
    1. [Bowles] Hi folks, if you need help with the list....
    2. Valorie Zimmerman
    3. Rootsweb has a nice help page now: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp Hope this helps, Valorie -- http://about.me/valoriez

    04/06/2018 11:37:45
    1. [Bowles] Rootsweb lists are alive again!
    2. Valorie Zimmerman
    3. Hello everybody, After some months, RootsWeb mailing lists are up and running on updated software. So a few things are changed, some for the better. One of the items currently being addressed is why messages from subscribers are not always going directly to the list. Sometimes these posts are being held for administrative action. This could be because the poster - although subscribed to the list - may not be registered with RootsWeb. So my advice is to register with RootsWeb. It takes only a few moments and might fix the posting issues. Instructions: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/setupmail If you had an account set up before, you can use the same email and username, but you *must* choose a new password. If you are an Ancestry member, please do not use the same password as you use there. One of the great things about registering is that you will be able to control many things about your list mail from Rootsweb without contacting the listowner. All the best, Valorie list admin -- http://about.me/valoriez

    03/26/2018 08:36:05
    1. [BOWLES] George Boles to Philadelphia in 1774 (Quaker)
    2. tlaporte via
    3. Hello List I've just come across a letter of introduction from the Friends (Quakers) Dublin Meeting to the Philadelphia Meeting dated Oct. 9, 1774 stating that George Boles of Dublin would soon be moving to America. George was born in Dublin in 1748, the son of George Boles and Susannah Jessop and the grandson of John Boles of Woodhouse, Tipperary. That line leads back to a Boles line in Cork from at least the 1640's. If there is any trace of a George Boles, b. in Ireland in 1748, in the US after 1774 this could be a good find for some Boles/Bowles descendant. Would anyone know anything about this George or that could check in a couple of likely sources for him? Thanks in advance for any assistance. Tom

    04/08/2016 03:17:23
    1. [BOWLES] Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Boles Source: PROFFITT@rootsweb.com <mailto:PROFFITT@rootsweb.com> From: rproffit via <proffitt@rootsweb.com <mailto:proffitt@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [PROFFITT] Obit- David L. Wiss, h/o Myrna Proffitt The Missourian Washington, Franklin County, MissouriThursday, February 11, 2016 David L. Wiss1934 - 2016 David Leroy Wiss, 81, Warrenton, passed away Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, at Mercy Hospital Washington. David, a farmer, was born Sept. 27, 1934, in Warren County, the son of Louis J. Wiss and wife Fannie Mae, nee Bolton. He was a member of the National Tractor Pullers Association, N.T.P.A., and East Central Missouri Tractor Pullers Association, ECMTPA. David donated over 500 trophies he won to the Special Olympics. He enjoyed bowling and horseshoe pitching. David will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife, Myrna Wiss, nee Proffitt, Warrenton; one son, David (Donna) Wiss, Centralia; one daughter, Cheryl (Tom) Wiss Killian, Jonesburg; two brothers, Donald (Geneva) Wiss, Hawk Point, and Neil (Janet) Wiss, Laddonia; four grandsons, David Killian, Austin Killian, Devan Wiss and Darek Wiss; sister-in-law, Bernice Wiss; other relatives and many friends. David was preceded in death by his father, Louis J. Wiss; mother, Fannie Mae Wiss; one daughter, Michelle W! iss; three brothers, Calvin Wiss, Les Wiss and Carol Wiss; and two sisters, Dolly Wiss Dothage and Kathleen Wiss. Visitation will be held Thursday, Feb. 11, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Pitman Funeral Home, 904 S. Highway 47, Warrenton.A funeral service will follow at 3 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be private. The family is being served by Pitman Funeral Home, Warrenton. Descendantsof Myrna Jessie 'Proffitt' Proffit GenerationNo. 1 1. MYRNA JESSIE 'PROFFITT'8 PROFFIT (GUY CLEO 'PROFFITT'7, LOUIS GEORGE 'PROFFITT'6, DAVID W. 'PROFFITT'5, ROBERT R.4, DAVID3, DAVID2, SYLVESTER1) was born 11 Apr1938 in St. Louis, Missouri (Source: Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles.). She married DAVID JOSEPH WISS 07 Jun 1958 (Source: FlorenceVirginia Proffitt Boles.), son of LOUIS WISS and FANNIE BOLTON. He was born 27 Sep 1934 in Warrenton, Missouri (Source: The Missourian,Washington, Mo., Thursday, February 11, 2016.), and died 06 Feb 2016 inWashington, Franklin County, Missouri (Source: The Missourian, Washington, Mo.,Thursday, February 11, 2016.). More About DAVID WISS and MYRNA PROFFIT: Marriage: 07 Jun1958 (Source: Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles.) Children of MYRNA PROFFIT and DAVID WISS are: i. DAVID JOSEPH9 WISS, JR., ,Hermann, Missouri (Source: Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles.). ii. CHERYL MICHELLE WISS, Hermann, Missouri (Source: Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles.). iii. RENEE JEANETTE WISS, b. 22 Nov 1968(Source: Florence Virginia Proffitt Boles.); d. 25 Nov 1968 (Source: FlorenceVirginia Proffitt Boles.).

    02/14/2016 05:35:33
    1. [BOWLES] Jackie and Eileen Bowles, New Glasgow, N. S., Canada
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: CAN-NS-OBITS@rootsweb.com <mailto:CAN-NS-OBITS@rootsweb.com> From: Rosemary Rafuse via <can-ns-obits@rootsweb.com <mailto:can-ns-obits@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [NS Obits] Levy, Sperry Edward Sperry Edward Levy 2003 Halifax Chronicle Herald Published: Friday, February 14, 2003. > From the collection of Gwen Christie Sperry Edward Levy, 75, Kale's Korner, Pomquet, Antigonish County, formerly of Coalburn, Pictou County, passed away suddenly and peacefully at his home on February 12, 2003. Born in New Ross, he was a son of the late Foreman and Margurite( Walker) Levy. Sperry was a resident of Pomquet for the past three years and prior to that resided in Coalburn for a number of years. He was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. In his early years he was employed with Warren Maritimes Paving Company. Sperry received great joy from fishing and dancing. Surviving are daughters, Kathy (Peter) Vanedam, Pomquet; Heather(Richard) Boussard, Monastery; son, Kenneth (Evelyn) Levy, London, Ontario; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; stepchildren, Eileen (Jackie) Bowles, New Glasgow; Robert (Juanita) Koszkulics, Donnie (Margie) Koszkulics, George (Liz) Koszkulics; sisters, Anne Mosher, Three Mile Plains; Ina (Bernie) Smith, Greewich, Kings County; brothers, Foster (Shirley), Aylesford; Ca! rroll (Ella Jean), Vaughan; Roy (Amelda) and Vernon (Bonnie), both of New Ross; his former wife,Theresa Levy, Monastery. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Alice Clark (Koszkulics) Levy; sister, Helen; brothers, Allan, Clyde, and Cecil. His remains will rest in H.W. Angus Funeral Home, New Glasgow, with visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral mass will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in St. Gregory's Roman Catholic Church, Father Sydney Mifflen officiating. Burial will be in Church Brook Cemetery, Little Harbour. Donations in memory of Sperry may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia.

    02/14/2016 02:59:13
    1. Re: [BOWLES] Boles, Evans, Smith and others in Barren Co., KY
    2. leathel via
    3. Linne, Judge Boles was Judge John Boles of the Thomas Boles of Chesterfield Co, VA group. Leathel, -----Original Message----- From: Linne Gravestock via Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 1:54 PM To: Bowles List Subject: [BOWLES] Boles, Evans, Smith and others in Barren Co., KY Boles/Bowles Listers, a couple of the surnames in this posting are mine, so I’m wondering if they really are. If you have any Boles/Bowles, Evans or Smith in your tree, please let me know if or how they connect to any of the surnames below. I’ve seen my Boles/Bowles ancestors in the same areas that these ancestors have appeared also—but they’re all fairly common surnames. Many thanks, Linne ===================================================================== Match: Boles Source: KYBARREN@rootsweb.com <mailto:KYBARREN@rootsweb.com> From: Sandi Gorin via <kybarren@rootsweb.com <mailto:kybarren@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [KYBARREN] BIO #12498 - GEORGE T. DUFF - BARREN CO NOTE: I have no connection, no further information and am not seeking additional information. 12498 BARREN CO – GEORGE T. DUFF – Duff, Hutcherson, Evans, Warder, Nuckols, Smith, Botts, Leslie, Lindsay, Pryor, Boles, Trigg, Cockrill 12498­A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians. The Leaders and Representative Men in Commerce, Industry and Modern Activities Volume 3. By E. Polk Johnson, Volume III, Illustrated. The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago-New York, 1912. GEORGE T. DUFF, senior member of the law firm of Duff & Hutcherson and one of the most prominent and gifted attorneys of Glasgow and Barren county, has what he considers the honor of being a native Kentuckian, his birth have occurred in Barren county August 10, 1850, and he is the son of Edmund and Eliza J. (Evans) Duff, who were natives of Virginia and Kentucky, respectively. Edmund Duff, father of him whose name initiates this review, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, March 16, 1795, the son of John Doff, a Revolutionary soldier, who removed from said county of the Old Dominion to Barren county, Kentucky, in the year 1800. He was given a land grant in this state for services rendered in the Revolutionary war and on coming to secure it he settled in the southern part of the county, near what is known as Rocky Hill. There he took his grant and there resided until his demise. Edmund Duff was reared in Kentucky, being only five years of age when his father removed to this county. Here he married Miss Eliza J. Evans, born in Barren county, November 27, 1827, a daughter of Major Joseph W. and Elizabeth (Warder) Evans, who were both native Kentuckians and early pioneers of Barren county. After his marriage Edmund Duff settled about five miles northeast of Glasgow, where he purchased land and afterward made him home until his death, which occurred in December, 1882. His widow still survives and resides on the old homestead. George T. Duff, subject of this review, was second in order of birth in a family of seven children. He was reared amid the rural surroundings of his father’s farm and received his preliminary education in the public schools of his native county. He subsequently entered the Urania College of Glasgow and the Kentucky University of Lexington. Soon after finishing his education he accepted a position as deputy clerk of the county court of his native county, under Colonel J. P. Nuckols. Later he was appointed clerk in the office of Colonel D. Howard Smith, auditor of Kentucky, having charge of the insurance department of that office. He served in this capacity until July 13, 1874, at which time he was appointed assistant secretary of state to succeed Hon. William H. Botts, resigned, and served until the expiration of the term of Governor H. P. Leslie, by whom he was appointed. Soon after this Mr. Duff returned to Barren county and took up the study of law, being granted license to practice in that profession January 18, 1876, by Judges William Lindsay and W. S. Pryor, of the court of appeals. Soon thereafter he was appointed clerk of the county court to succeed Colonel J. P. Nuckols, resigned. He served in this capacity until his successor, who had been elected, qualified and took office, which occurred about the 1^st of September, 1876. Mr. Duff then returned to the practice of law and has since continued this profession. In 1883 the firm of Boles & Duff was formed, and this partnership continued until Judge Boles was compelled to retire from the firm on account of bad health, which was about fifteen years after the forming of the partnership. This law firm was well known in Kentucky and did extensive practice in Barren and adjoining counties in this part of the state. It was considered, indeed, one of the best and strongest law firms in this part of Kentucky and enjoyed a large and lucrative practice. Mr. Duff is now the senior member of the firm of Duff & Hutcherson, formed several years ago. Mr. Duff has also several other positions and trusts of importance. He is attorney for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in Barren county, in which capacity he has served for the past ten years. He is director in the Trigg National Bank of Glasgow and is its vice-president. In his political affiliations Mr. Duff is Democratic and has always taken an active interest in the success of the party, having been chairman of the Democratic County Committee when a young man and also a member of the State Central Committee for several years. In 1880 he was assistant Democratic elector for the national ticket and made a canvass of the district. In 1893 he was nominated by his party for the state senate, in which he made a strong race, being defeated by only one hundred and ten votes, when the district was Republican by at least four hundred. His stainless record and the fact that it was known he would prove a public-spirited leader in non-partisan good government movements conduces greatly to his popularity. Mr. Duff was married in Barren county in October, 1873, the lady of his choice being Miss Mary Cockrill, a native of Barren county and a daughter of the Hon. Travis Cockrill, long a leading lawyer and a prominent politician in this part of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Duff are the parents of six children, all of whom, as well as their parents, stand high in social circles of their county and state. Their home is a centre of culture and refinement and the scene of gracious hospitality. Mr. Duff is one of the progressive and public-spirited men of his county, ever ready and willing to assist in any movement for the betterment of county and state, and for his many good gifts of mind and heart is respected by all who know him. -- Colonel Sandi Gorin - Genelogia Inquistorem Sandi's Website:http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html <http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html> President: Barren County Historical Society Genealogy Puzzlers: http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php <http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php> ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com <mailto:GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com> From: Doris Christian via <gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com <mailto:gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [GM-15] New reduced prices History of Union County, UNION COUNTY ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BOWLES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/12/2016 11:40:32
    1. Re: [BOWLES] Boles, Evans, Smith and others in Barren Co., KY
    2. Charles Hartley via
    3. This might help… http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/BOWLES/2010-04/1272175730 Charlie On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 2:54 PM, Linne Gravestock via <bowles@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Boles/Bowles Listers, a couple of the surnames in this posting are mine, > so I’m wondering if they really are. If you have any Boles/Bowles, Evans > or Smith in your tree, please let me know if or how they connect to any of > the surnames below. I’ve seen my Boles/Bowles ancestors in the same areas > that these ancestors have appeared also—but they’re all fairly common > surnames. > Many thanks, > Linne > > ===================================================================== > Match: Boles > Source: KYBARREN@rootsweb.com <mailto:KYBARREN@rootsweb.com> > From: Sandi Gorin via <kybarren@rootsweb.com <mailto: > kybarren@rootsweb.com>> > Subject: [KYBARREN] BIO #12498 - GEORGE T. DUFF - BARREN CO > > > NOTE: I have no connection, no further information and am not seeking > additional information. > > 12498 BARREN CO – GEORGE T. DUFF – Duff, Hutcherson, Evans, Warder, > Nuckols, Smith, Botts, Leslie, Lindsay, Pryor, Boles, Trigg, Cockrill > > 12498­A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians. The Leaders and > Representative Men in Commerce, Industry and Modern Activities Volume 3. > By E. Polk Johnson, Volume III, Illustrated. The Lewis Publishing > Company, Chicago-New York, 1912. > > GEORGE T. DUFF, senior member of the law firm of Duff & Hutcherson and > one of the most prominent and gifted attorneys of Glasgow and Barren > county, has what he considers the honor of being a native Kentuckian, > his birth have occurred in Barren county August 10, 1850, and he is the > son of Edmund and Eliza J. (Evans) Duff, who were natives of Virginia > and Kentucky, respectively. Edmund Duff, father of him whose name > initiates this review, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, March 16, > 1795, the son of John Doff, a Revolutionary soldier, who removed from > said county of the Old Dominion to Barren county, Kentucky, in the year > 1800. He was given a land grant in this state for services rendered in > the Revolutionary war and on coming to secure it he settled in the > southern part of the county, near what is known as Rocky Hill. There he > took his grant and there resided until his demise. > > Edmund Duff was reared in Kentucky, being only five years of age when > his father removed to this county. Here he married Miss Eliza J. Evans, > born in Barren county, November 27, 1827, a daughter of Major Joseph W. > and Elizabeth (Warder) Evans, who were both native Kentuckians and early > pioneers of Barren county. After his marriage Edmund Duff settled about > five miles northeast of Glasgow, where he purchased land and afterward > made him home until his death, which occurred in December, 1882. His > widow still survives and resides on the old homestead. > > George T. Duff, subject of this review, was second in order of birth in > a family of seven children. He was reared amid the rural surroundings of > his father’s farm and received his preliminary education in the public > schools of his native county. He subsequently entered the Urania College > of Glasgow and the Kentucky University of Lexington. Soon after > finishing his education he accepted a position as deputy clerk of the > county court of his native county, under Colonel J. P. Nuckols. Later he > was appointed clerk in the office of Colonel D. Howard Smith, auditor of > Kentucky, having charge of the insurance department of that office. He > served in this capacity until July 13, 1874, at which time he was > appointed assistant secretary of state to succeed Hon. William H. Botts, > resigned, and served until the expiration of the term of Governor H. P. > Leslie, by whom he was appointed. > > Soon after this Mr. Duff returned to Barren county and took up the study > of law, being granted license to practice in that profession January 18, > 1876, by Judges William Lindsay and W. S. Pryor, of the court of > appeals. Soon thereafter he was appointed clerk of the county court to > succeed Colonel J. P. Nuckols, resigned. He served in this capacity > until his successor, who had been elected, qualified and took office, > which occurred about the 1^st of September, 1876. Mr. Duff then returned > to the practice of law and has since continued this profession. In 1883 > the firm of Boles & Duff was formed, and this partnership continued > until Judge Boles was compelled to retire from the firm on account of > bad health, which was about fifteen years after the forming of the > partnership. This law firm was well known in Kentucky and did extensive > practice in Barren and adjoining counties in this part of the state. It > was considered, indeed, one of the best and strongest law firms in this > part of Kentucky and enjoyed a large and lucrative practice. Mr. Duff is > now the senior member of the firm of Duff & Hutcherson, formed several > years ago. Mr. Duff has also several other positions and trusts of > importance. He is attorney for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in > Barren county, in which capacity he has served for the past ten years. > He is director in the Trigg National Bank of Glasgow and is its > vice-president. > > In his political affiliations Mr. Duff is Democratic and has always > taken an active interest in the success of the party, having been > chairman of the Democratic County Committee when a young man and also a > member of the State Central Committee for several years. In 1880 he was > assistant Democratic elector for the national ticket and made a canvass > of the district. In 1893 he was nominated by his party for the state > senate, in which he made a strong race, being defeated by only one > hundred and ten votes, when the district was Republican by at least four > hundred. His stainless record and the fact that it was known he would > prove a public-spirited leader in non-partisan good government movements > conduces greatly to his popularity. > > Mr. Duff was married in Barren county in October, 1873, the lady of his > choice being Miss Mary Cockrill, a native of Barren county and a > daughter of the Hon. Travis Cockrill, long a leading lawyer and a > prominent politician in this part of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Duff are the > parents of six children, all of whom, as well as their parents, stand > high in social circles of their county and state. Their home is a centre > of culture and refinement and the scene of gracious hospitality. Mr. > Duff is one of the progressive and public-spirited men of his county, > ever ready and willing to assist in any movement for the betterment of > county and state, and for his many good gifts of mind and heart is > respected by all who know him. > > -- > Colonel Sandi Gorin - Genelogia Inquistorem > Sandi's Website:http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html < > http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html> > President: Barren County Historical Society > Genealogy Puzzlers: http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php < > http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php> > > ===================================================================== > Match: Bowles > Source: GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com <mailto:GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com> > From: Doris Christian via <gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com <mailto: > gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com>> > Subject: [GM-15] New reduced prices History of Union County, > > > UNION COUNTY > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > BOWLES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/12/2016 11:26:02
    1. [BOWLES] Boles, Evans, Smith and others in Barren Co., KY
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. Boles/Bowles Listers, a couple of the surnames in this posting are mine, so I’m wondering if they really are. If you have any Boles/Bowles, Evans or Smith in your tree, please let me know if or how they connect to any of the surnames below. I’ve seen my Boles/Bowles ancestors in the same areas that these ancestors have appeared also—but they’re all fairly common surnames. Many thanks, Linne ===================================================================== Match: Boles Source: KYBARREN@rootsweb.com <mailto:KYBARREN@rootsweb.com> From: Sandi Gorin via <kybarren@rootsweb.com <mailto:kybarren@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [KYBARREN] BIO #12498 - GEORGE T. DUFF - BARREN CO NOTE: I have no connection, no further information and am not seeking additional information. 12498 BARREN CO – GEORGE T. DUFF – Duff, Hutcherson, Evans, Warder, Nuckols, Smith, Botts, Leslie, Lindsay, Pryor, Boles, Trigg, Cockrill 12498­A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians. The Leaders and Representative Men in Commerce, Industry and Modern Activities Volume 3. By E. Polk Johnson, Volume III, Illustrated. The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago-New York, 1912. GEORGE T. DUFF, senior member of the law firm of Duff & Hutcherson and one of the most prominent and gifted attorneys of Glasgow and Barren county, has what he considers the honor of being a native Kentuckian, his birth have occurred in Barren county August 10, 1850, and he is the son of Edmund and Eliza J. (Evans) Duff, who were natives of Virginia and Kentucky, respectively. Edmund Duff, father of him whose name initiates this review, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, March 16, 1795, the son of John Doff, a Revolutionary soldier, who removed from said county of the Old Dominion to Barren county, Kentucky, in the year 1800. He was given a land grant in this state for services rendered in the Revolutionary war and on coming to secure it he settled in the southern part of the county, near what is known as Rocky Hill. There he took his grant and there resided until his demise. Edmund Duff was reared in Kentucky, being only five years of age when his father removed to this county. Here he married Miss Eliza J. Evans, born in Barren county, November 27, 1827, a daughter of Major Joseph W. and Elizabeth (Warder) Evans, who were both native Kentuckians and early pioneers of Barren county. After his marriage Edmund Duff settled about five miles northeast of Glasgow, where he purchased land and afterward made him home until his death, which occurred in December, 1882. His widow still survives and resides on the old homestead. George T. Duff, subject of this review, was second in order of birth in a family of seven children. He was reared amid the rural surroundings of his father’s farm and received his preliminary education in the public schools of his native county. He subsequently entered the Urania College of Glasgow and the Kentucky University of Lexington. Soon after finishing his education he accepted a position as deputy clerk of the county court of his native county, under Colonel J. P. Nuckols. Later he was appointed clerk in the office of Colonel D. Howard Smith, auditor of Kentucky, having charge of the insurance department of that office. He served in this capacity until July 13, 1874, at which time he was appointed assistant secretary of state to succeed Hon. William H. Botts, resigned, and served until the expiration of the term of Governor H. P. Leslie, by whom he was appointed. Soon after this Mr. Duff returned to Barren county and took up the study of law, being granted license to practice in that profession January 18, 1876, by Judges William Lindsay and W. S. Pryor, of the court of appeals. Soon thereafter he was appointed clerk of the county court to succeed Colonel J. P. Nuckols, resigned. He served in this capacity until his successor, who had been elected, qualified and took office, which occurred about the 1^st of September, 1876. Mr. Duff then returned to the practice of law and has since continued this profession. In 1883 the firm of Boles & Duff was formed, and this partnership continued until Judge Boles was compelled to retire from the firm on account of bad health, which was about fifteen years after the forming of the partnership. This law firm was well known in Kentucky and did extensive practice in Barren and adjoining counties in this part of the state. It was considered, indeed, one of the best and strongest law firms in this part of Kentucky and enjoyed a large and lucrative practice. Mr. Duff is now the senior member of the firm of Duff & Hutcherson, formed several years ago. Mr. Duff has also several other positions and trusts of importance. He is attorney for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in Barren county, in which capacity he has served for the past ten years. He is director in the Trigg National Bank of Glasgow and is its vice-president. In his political affiliations Mr. Duff is Democratic and has always taken an active interest in the success of the party, having been chairman of the Democratic County Committee when a young man and also a member of the State Central Committee for several years. In 1880 he was assistant Democratic elector for the national ticket and made a canvass of the district. In 1893 he was nominated by his party for the state senate, in which he made a strong race, being defeated by only one hundred and ten votes, when the district was Republican by at least four hundred. His stainless record and the fact that it was known he would prove a public-spirited leader in non-partisan good government movements conduces greatly to his popularity. Mr. Duff was married in Barren county in October, 1873, the lady of his choice being Miss Mary Cockrill, a native of Barren county and a daughter of the Hon. Travis Cockrill, long a leading lawyer and a prominent politician in this part of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Duff are the parents of six children, all of whom, as well as their parents, stand high in social circles of their county and state. Their home is a centre of culture and refinement and the scene of gracious hospitality. Mr. Duff is one of the progressive and public-spirited men of his county, ever ready and willing to assist in any movement for the betterment of county and state, and for his many good gifts of mind and heart is respected by all who know him. -- Colonel Sandi Gorin - Genelogia Inquistorem Sandi's Website:http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html <http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html> President: Barren County Historical Society Genealogy Puzzlers: http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php <http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php> ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com <mailto:GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com> From: Doris Christian via <gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com <mailto:gen-mat-15@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [GM-15] New reduced prices History of Union County, UNION COUNTY

    02/12/2016 04:54:54
    1. [BOWLES] Rick & Sarah Lynn Bowles of Huntington, W. VA
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ========================================================================= Mr. Clyde Richard Shook, age 89, passed away Thursday, January 7, 2016. Mr. Shook was born February 4, 1926 in Catawba County to Lester and Inez Moose Shook. Mr. Shook was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force serving during WWII from 1944 to 1945 and retired from the U.S. Army Reserves in 1986 with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Shook also retired from the NC Highway Patrol as First Sergeant. He was charter member of the Lutheran Church of the Atonement in Wilkesboro and was an active member of Christ Lutheran Church in Jonesville. Mr. Shook was a past company commander of the VFW Post 1142 and a past board member of the Surry County Mental Health Board. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brothers, Franklin Shook and Sam Shook; sisters; Reba S. Warren and Helen S. Alexander. Survivors include: his wife of 68 years Sue A. Shook of the home; daughters, Sharon Kallam and husband Larry of Elkin and Susan S. Hyder and husband Charlie of Hickory; daughter/ niece, Pamela Gaither of Tobaccoville; daughter/ niece, Sarah Lynn Bowles and husband Rick of Huntington, WV; sister, Ruth S. Law and husband Keith of Maryville, TN; brother-in-law, Joe Alexander of Greensboro; sisters-in-law, Ann Shook of Statesville and Shelby Shook of Conyers, GA; grandchildren, Benjamin Kallam, Brandon Kallam and wife Mariela, Jennifer Hyder Griffin and husband Charlie; Jeremy Hyder and wife Rachel; Patrick Gaither and wife Sarah; Adam Hooker, Amanda Hooker, Nikki Wall and Scott Wall; great-grandchildren, Jenna Griffin and Jackson Griffin; special nephew, Eddie Spear. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at Elkin Funeral Service Chapel with Rev. Dale Cline and Rev. Cobby Day officiating. Burial with full military honors will follow at Crestwood Memorial Gardens by Wilkes County VFW Post 1142. The family will receive friends from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at Elkin Funeral Service. The family requests memorials be made to Christ Lutheran Church, 451 Winston Road, Jonesville, NC 28642. The family would like to thank caregivers Pennie Haynes, Susan Anthony, Mary Lou Wiles and Mary Anthony for their care. Elkin Funeral Services 9 Jan 2016

    01/19/2016 05:35:02
    1. [BOWLES] Mary Bowles m. James Glazebrook
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: GLAZEBROOK@rootsweb.com <mailto:GLAZEBROOK@rootsweb.com> From: Diane Clute via <glazebrook@rootsweb.com <mailto:glazebrook@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [GLAZEBROOK] 2016 LIST of Glazebrook men 15203fd6720-7bc9-16c49@webprd-m17.mail.aol.com <mailto:15203fd6720-7bc9-16c49@webprd-m17.mail.aol.com>> Hello Joyce Were you able to pull up the excel list? Yes I was working mainly on the Glazebrook men whom we find in the USA about 1600 to 1850. The women have a name change and we will follow them with another research if we could just connect the families we have Robert who appears in tax records 1670 St Paul's Parish, Kent Co., Virginia Julius born 1712 living in VA James born 1738 married Elizabeth Spence James born 1739 married Mary Bowles Julius born 1752 Revolutionary War veteran (Also a Thomas and Richard was listed) No idea who Thomas is or where he fits. Richard born 1753 Tried to list all their known children and wives. If you could not open the file, I will work on it. Let me know. Thank you for reply. Diane PS: Just working on this message, I realized I need a cover page for the excel list.

    01/06/2016 01:45:13
    1. [BOWLES] Juanita Milholland Bowles d. in AR, 2015
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: GEN-OBIT@rootsweb.com <mailto:GEN-OBIT@rootsweb.com> From: Alice Ramsay via <gen-obit@rootsweb.com <mailto:gen-obit@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [GEN-OBIT] Obituary Daily Times v21no001 Obituary Daily Times v21no001 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this mailing list, please send a message to <gen-obit-REQUEST@rootsweb.com <mailto:gen-obit-REQUEST@rootsweb.com>> with the single word message of: unsubscribe The Obituary Daily Times is a daily index of published obituaries. It is distributed FREELY, by email. It is an index of published obituaries across the world. Regular contributors (volunteers) can request information about particular obituaries between themselves. WE DO NOT HAVE THE ACTUAL OBITUARIES. Regular volunteers may request a particular copy from each other. For others, the index is an easy way to find a publication date of an obit. You can then refer to the newspaper to get a copy of it (at the library or directly with the newspaper itself). Visit the ODT web site at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~obituary <http://www.rootsweb.com/~obituary> You can search the obituary archive at: http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/obit.cgi <http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/obit.cgi> LAST NAME, First Name (MAIDEN); Age; Place of Death; Newspaper Name; Newspaper date; tagname ———————————— (snip) BOWLES, Juanita (MILHOLLAND); 90; Magnolia AR; DemGaz; 2015-2-1; arshub (snip)

    01/06/2016 05:54:10
    1. [BOWLES] Geo. Ormond Bowles d. in Australia, 2015
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Bowles Source: AUS-NEWSPAPER-EXTRACTS@rootsweb.com <mailto:AUS-NEWSPAPER-EXTRACTS@rootsweb.com> From: Jennifer Crockett via <aus-newspaper-extracts@rootsweb.com <mailto:aus-newspaper-extracts@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [AUS-N'PAPER-EXT] Deaths & Funerals - The Courier Mail|06 January FUNERALS (snip) BOWLES, George Ormond Of Algester. Passed away peacefully, 30 December, aged 86 years. Much loved Husband of 64 years, Father, Grandfather, and Great-grandfather. Family and Friends are invited to attend a Service for George, 10 a.m., Friday, 8 January, at Toowong Uniting Church, 82 Sherwood Road, Toowong. Funerals Published in The Courier-Mail on 06/01/2016 (snip)

    01/06/2016 05:47:34
    1. [BOWLES] Justin Boles, Yadkin Co., NC, 2015
    2. Linne Gravestock via
    3. ===================================================================== Match: Boles Source: NCYADKIN@rootsweb.com <mailto:NCYADKIN@rootsweb.com> From: waynetill via <ncyadkin@rootsweb.com <mailto:ncyadkin@rootsweb.com>> Subject: [NCYADKIN] Obituary: Romie Esker Matthews Romie Esker Matthews, age 95, of Clemmons, passed away Friday, December 18, 2015 at Mallard Ridge Assisted Living. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm on Sunday December 20, 2015 at Davidson Funeral Home Hickory Tree Chapel with the Rev. Tim Day officiating. Entombment will follow at the Parklawn Memorial Park Mausoleum. The family will see friends from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm prior to the service. Mr. Romie Esker Matthews was born on November 25, 1920 in Yadkin County, to Robert Columbus Matthews and Nina Prim Matthews. He was a WWII veteran, serving in the 1940’s with the United States Army, and was a member of the Teamsters Union. Along with his parents, Mr. Matthews was preceded in death by his loving wife, Sarah Watson Matthews; a son, Larry Dale Matthews; a grandson, Justin Boles; two brothers, Fred Matthews and Charles Matthews; and a sister Elva Matthews Marshall. Surviving are a son, Romie “Edward” Matthews (Virginia) of Winston Salem; a daughter, Pamela Matthews Bailey (Wayne) of Winston Salem; a brother, Dwight Matthews (Mildred) of Boonville; 6 grandchildren, Vickie Moser (Eddie), Marc Matthews (Toby), Margo Matthews, Dale Vinsett (Josh), Amy Lowry (Barry), and Matthew Bailey; 5 great grandchildren; and 2 great-great greandchildren. The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the staff of Mallard Ridge Assisted Living, Hospice of Forsyth County, as well as Dawn Holder, who was Mr. Matthews caretaker. Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel is serving the family. Davidson Funeral Home 21 Dec 2015

    01/02/2016 12:25:10
    1. [BOWLES] Thomas Bowles 1810
    2. leathel via
    3. Hi Linne and Charles and List, haven’t posted for awhile. kinda funny I was just looking at this last night. This is what I came up with. Henry Bowles with a 2000 ac military survey is probably a brother to Thomas Bowles born 1761, father to Nathan V. Bowles who settled near or on this 2000 ac in Barren Co. This location west of Beaver Cr. near the mouth of Skagg's Cr. is in Barren River Lake now. I now believe William son of Henry is the William Bowles that divorced his wife and joined the “Shakers” that are in this area. The Tom Bowles below probably the father of the Warren Co Bowles at the time? The Thomas Bowles in 1810 on Green River maybe the Thomas Boles of the Chesterfield, VA group who settled there in 1799, too far East for Tom Bowles below. Sorry, Green River is not in Barren Co now. Leathel, 1811, Charles Settle of Warren Co,Ky to Henry Carter of Barren, Ky. part of a military survey of 2000 ac for Henry (Bowles) Vowls. Location is west of Beaver Cr. near the mouth of Skagg's Cr. The history of the Rocky Hill area by William Daniel Tolle (1877-1920ish). So ... we continue: Henry BOWLES, father of William and Tom BOWLES, live near Dr. REDFORD's on the creek. William EMERSON lived there where his son David EMERSON now lives. Charles LEWIS, an uncle of Gen Joe LEWIS, settled the place where Ben BUTTON now lives. Tom Bill SPILLMAN lives on the old place at Grangetown. Porter LEWIS settled on the place Micajah HOUCHENS now lives. John FANT lives at Port Oliver on the north of the river. C P SPILLMAN, lately deceased, lived on the road leading to the HUDSON fort ... the first place after leaving Rocky Hill. Burkett and Gavin HUFFMAN lived on the old place near Finney. Jefferson HENDERSON, Sr. lived at Grangetown, now Finney Post Office. Mr. HENDERSON was a prominent man, had a large family, was a man of means and business, and a general store and lived until old age carried him off. Gus FANT, father of John and Fielding FANT, lived on Barren River where John HENDERSON now lives. Dick HAWKS lived on the old HAWKS' homestead. W W DUFF, the blacksmith, had a shop on the roadside. Charlie SETTLE, an old man, made his own coffin and put it under the bed so that he would be ready when his time came. He took a notion to have his funeral preached at his house while he was living so he gold old Brother Zachariah EMERSON to preach his funeral on Easter Sunday, April 19, 1829. A big dinner had been prepared by the family and everybody invited. Mr. SETTLE lived several years after his funeral was preached. Mr. MORRIS lived on the Sulphur Well road near Rocky Hill. Dr. BRADFORD lived on Beaver Creek (did he mean Buck Creek?), now the ALCOCK place. Doss DEERING lied across the creek where Jim CARTER now lives. William and Thomas LEAVEL lived on the old LEAVEL homestead, where Mr. SETTLE now lives. Major BRASHEAR was living with them at one time. Ben MARTIN lived near the mouth of Buck Creek where Dr. Joe WOOTEN now lives. Frank MARTIN, his youngest son, lives on a part of the old homestead. The late Jonathan JEWELL Sr better known as Stake JEWELL, lived on Buck Creek, near Rocky Hill. W B JEWELL, his son, owns the old place but lives on the Rocky Hill and Port Oliver Road. Dr Dan RENNICK lives on the river just above the mouth of Buck Creek. Dan and Dr. PORTER and sisters lived thee for a number of years."

    12/31/2015 08:45:26
    1. Re: [BOWLES] Benjamin Bowles, et. al., Barren Co., KY, 1810
    2. leathel via
    3. Charles& Linne, Beaver Creek, John - 1810: 1,1, Swearingins Fork, 1812: 1,2, Swearinger Creek. 1813 are Linne's. They are Thomas Phillip Bowles and Sarah Bacon Family. Skaggs Creek are mine. You have two William, one is mine the other Linne. BOLES, Thomas - 1810: 1,0, Green River. See BOWLES/BOWLS. Not sure who this is? But will make another post later and let you know who I think he is. Leathel, -----Original Message----- From: Charles Hartley via Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 8:24 AM To: Linne Gravestock ; Bowles List Subject: Re: [BOWLES] Benjamin Bowles, et. al., Barren Co., KY, 1810 I’m not sure about the John Bowles listed in 1810, 1812, 1813, but he might be my John Bowles who was born about 1791 in Virginia and married Celia White around 1815, perhaps in Barren County. On Tue, Dec 29, 2015 at 8:13 PM, Linne Gravestock via <bowles@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Boles/Bowles Listers: this one is mine. If you have any other > information about this family, especially the Bowles folks before 1810, > please do let me know. > Have a safe and happy New Year! > Linne > > ===================================================================== > Match: Bowles > Source: KYBARREN@rootsweb.com <mailto:KYBARREN@rootsweb.com> > From: Sandi Gorin via <kybarren@rootsweb.com <mailto: > kybarren@rootsweb.com>> > Subject: [KYBARREN] BARREN CO - TAX LISTS 1810-1813 CONTINUED > > > I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! I'll be on a reduced posting > schedule again this week and then get back into the "swing of things." > > BLAIN, George: 1810-1813: 1,3, Skaggs Creek. Check BLAIR also. > > BLAIR: > Alexander - 1810-1812: 1,0, Skaggs Creek. 1813: 1,0, in the Barrens. > Andrew - 1811-1813: 2,0, no land > George - 1811: 1,3, Skaggs Creek - See BLAIN > > BLAKEMAN, Catharine - 1810: 0,3, no land. > > BLAKEY: > Field - 1810: 1,0, no land > William - 1810: 1, 0, no land. 1811: 1,5, Beaver Creek. ? on the 5 white > males over 16. > > BLOYD: > Elijah - 1810-1811: 1,0, No land > John - 1810-1812: 1,0, no land > > BOICE, Robert - 1810-1811,1,0, no land. 1812: 1,0, Green River > BOIDSTON, John - 1812: 1,0, Green River > BOISEAU/BOISSEAU, Patrick - 1810: 1,4, Beaver Creek. 1812: 1,5, same. > 1813: 1,3, same > BOLES, Thomas - 1810: 1,0, Green River. See BOWLES/BOWLS. > BOLSTON, John - 1813: 1,0, Sinking Creek. > BONDS(?), Jesse - 1810: 0,3, no land. > BORDERS, Peter - 1813: 1,0, in the Barrens. > BOSTWICK, Peggy - 1813: 1,0, no land. > BOURNE, Abner - 1810: 1,1, no land > > BOWLES/BOWLS: > Benjamin - 1810-1811: 1,0 no land. 1812-1813: 1,1, Beaver Creek. > Claborn/Cleborn - 1810: 1,2, Skaggs Creek. 1811: 1,2, no land. 1812: > 1,1, Skaggs Creek. 1813: 1,1, Skaggs & Peter Creek > Elijah - 1811, 0,0, not shown. 1812 - 1,0, no land. > Flemin Jacky/Fleming - 1812, 0,0, no land. 1813: 1,0, no land. > John - 1810: 1,1, Swearingins Fork, 1812: 1,2, Swearinger Creek. 1813, > 1,0, no land. > Sally - 1811: 0,2, Beaver Creek > William - 1810: 1,1, Beaver Creek. 1811: 1,2, same. 1813: 1,1, same & > Skaggs Creeks > > To be continued, Sandi > > -- > Colonel Sandi Gorin - Genelogia Inquistorem > Sandi's Website:http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html < > http://www.gensoup.org/gorin/index.html> > President: Barren County Historical Society > Genealogy Puzzlers: http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php < > http://gensoup.org/gorinpuzzles/index.php> > > ======================== > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > BOWLES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BOWLES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/31/2015 06:29:14