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    2. Dee
    3. Hi everyone! As you may have noticed, Rootsweb mail lists are back on-line! Yay! If you need help navigating the new system: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp <http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp> I hope everyone will begin utilizing this list and the many others available at Rootsweb. If you have any questions about this list please fee free to send me a message! Have a great day! Dee Admin http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    04/06/2018 10:14:03
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Kentucky addition to SAMPUBCO
    2. W David Samuelsen via
    3. New and completed Kentucky - Lincoln Vol A-U (1781-1865) 542 testators and it's not the only county/state online Free viewing of more than 400,000 indexed testators lists, through and through, covering more than just Kentucky. http://www.sampubco.com W. David Samuelsen SAMPUBCO

    09/02/2015 07:33:52
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Presley Clark
    2. Betsy Emhuff via
    3. I am searching for the birth parents of my 3rd great-grandfather, Presley Clark. Presley was born in 1802 in Kentucky – per the 1850 census; 1803 in Indiana –per the 1870 census, and in 1804 in Ohio – per the 1860 census. Presley had four wives: He married Caroline Hendelider on May 28, 1823, in Floyd County, Indiana. (I recently stumbled upon a Caroline Clark who married a Charles Hagan in Jackson County, Indiana, on October 7, 1841, and I am wondering if this was Presley’s first wife, or if it was their daughter). In 1833, he married Eliza Second or Secord in Jackson County, Indiana. (I don’t think Eliza’s last name was Second. I think someone just put that there because she was his second wife. I also can’t find his marriage to Eliza anywhere). He married his third wife, Eveline (Bristow) Coen on October 21, 1858, in Jackson County, Indiana. Last but not least, he married Marcia “America” (Findley) Williams on January 4, 1861, in Bartholomew County, Indiana. Presley first appears in the 1830 census living in Jeffersonville Township in Clark County, Indiana. He appears in the 1840 census living in Redding Township/Jackson County, Indiana. He last appears in the 1870 census, and is still living in Redding Township/Jackson County, Indiana. I am assuming he passes away sometime after 1870. Presley and his second wife, Eliza, had several children: 1. Margaret Clark who was born about 1834 in Jackson County, Indiana. Margaret married James W. Homes on March 25, 1851, in Jackson County, Indiana. She married James W. Brown on March 16, 1869, in Jackson County, Indiana. 2. Cassandra Clark, (you see her name spelled in the various census in various ways, these include: Casdena/Cassandra/Casandra/Cassendra), who was born about 1836 in Jackson County, Indiana. She married John Conrad on April 11, 1878. 3. Samuel T./Tilden Clark, who was born July 10, 1838 in Jackson County, Indiana, and died on June 22, 1881, in Jackson County, Indiana. Samuel married Mahala Jane Tompkins on January 29, 1860. 4. Presley Clark, (my great-great grandfather), who was born about 1842 in Redding Township/Jackson County, Indiana. He drowned in the White River on July 21, 1872, in Jackson County, Indiana. He married Martha Jane Coen on August 23, 1861, in Jackson County, Indiana. 5. Eliza Clark, who was born between 1845 and 1847 in Jackson County, Indiana. She married Thomas or Thompson Hardin on February 1, 1877, in Brownstown, Indiana/Jackson County, Indiana. 6. James Clark, who was born in October of 1847, in Jackson County, Indiana, and died on April 20, 1924, in Brownstown, Indiana/Jackson County, Indiana. 7. Mary Clark, who was born in 1849, in Jackson County, Indiana. 8. George Clark, who was born about 1852 in Jackson County, Indiana, and died March 22, 1876, in Jackson County, Indiana. He married Martha J./Jane (Coen) Clark on August 17, 1874, in Brownstown, Indiana/Jackson County, Indiana. 9. Tommy Clark, who was born about 1854 in Jackson County, Indiana. Presley and his wife, Eveline (Bristow) Coen, had one child, a daughter, Charlotte Clark, who was born in November, 1859 in Jackson County, Indiana, and died May 19, 1878. She married Lafayette Thomas on December 3, 1876, in Brownstown, Indiana/Jackson County, Indiana. *NOTES*: I have somewhat traced some of Presley and Eliza’s children through the censuses. In the 1880 census, Cassandra’s last name is Clark. In the 1900 census, you see her listed as Casander Dancy. Evidently, between 1880 and 1900, she married someone by the last name of Dancy. I can not find a marriage for her and a Mr. Dancy anyplace. I am hoping that someone can help me with this. In the 1910 census, there is a Catharina Clark with James Clark, and the census says it is his sister. I don’t see a Catharina Clark listed as one of Presley and Eliza’s children. Who could this be??? I have also recently stumbled upon a Frederick Hendoliter. I found him in the 1820 census living in Jeffersonville Township in Clark County, Indiana. In 1830 I found him again in Driftwood Township living in Jackson County, Indiana. In the 1830 census, he is listed as Fredrick Henderliter. As you recall, from the first paragraph here, Presley’s first wife’s last name is Hendelider. Caroline was born about 1804, and in 1820 she would have been about 16 years old. In the 1820 census, Frederick has two females between the ages of 10 and 15. She may have been 15 when they took the census. As I stated previously, Presley and Caroline got married in Floyd County, Indiana, on May 18, 1823, and Presley first appears in the 1830 census living in Jeffersonville Township in Clark County; the same township and county as Frederick/Fredrick was living in 1820. Then Frederick/Fredrick shows up in Driftwood Township in Jackson County, Indiana, in 1830, and in 1840 Presley is in Redding Township in Jackson County, Indiana. By 1840, Presley was with his second wife. Sometime between 1830 and 1840, Presley and Caroline went to Jackson County, Indiana. Is it possible that Presley and Caroline followed Frederick/Fredrick to Jackson County, Indiana? Also in the 1820 census there is a John Clark living in Jeffersonville Township in Clark County, Indiana. Maybe he was Presley’s Dad???? Thank you very much!! Betsy Emhuff betsyemhuff6010@gmail.com (812) 430-1950

    11/06/2014 12:17:37
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Samuel Puckett
    2. Looking for Samuel Puckett, b. 1811, d. 1899. These dates are not cut in stone but passed down from other family members. I do have a Veterans schedule (presume civil war) from 1890 Goodes Precinct in Clark County. This is the only info I have on him besides his son, Benjamin, who was born in Clark Couny in 1854. I am trying to unravel any thread and any help would be greatly appreciated - a graveyard, a spouse, etc. Tim Puckett

    01/06/2014 09:42:12
    1. Re: [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book
    2. Kathy Wells
    3. Oh Thank you soooo much. I don't have a copy yet. My e-mail is rebeltrumpet@verizon.net This is very much appreciated. If I can reciprocate somehow, just let me know. Thanks, Kathy Wells ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ -----Original Message----- From: central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Candy Wagner Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 6:23 AM To: central-ky@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book I have the first book If you have not yet gotten what you need. Please send an email address. -----Original Message----- From: central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Kathy Wells Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 6:04 PM To: CENTRAL-KY@rootsweb.com Subject: [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book I desperately need copies of these, and it would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone have either of the following: Marylanders to Kentucky 1775-1825? Need a copy of the title page and page 89: Kentucky Ancestors, Vol. 3, No 2, Oct.,1967, pg.83 Vol 16, No 2, Oct,1980,pg.124 Thanks so much, Kathy Wells. _______________________________________ ************************************************** ************************************************** Always put your names of interest in the subject line so those not interested can ignore your e-mail. Please remember to be courteous to other list subscribers, they are trying to help you. No soliciation or shouting is allowed on this list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CENTRAL-KY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _______________________________________ ************************************************** ************************************************** Always put your names of interest in the subject line so those not interested can ignore your e-mail. Please remember to be courteous to other list subscribers, they are trying to help you. No soliciation or shouting is allowed on this list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CENTRAL-KY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/31/2013 02:52:29
    1. Re: [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book
    2. Candy Wagner
    3. I have the first book If you have not yet gotten what you need. Please send an email address. -----Original Message----- From: central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:central-ky-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Kathy Wells Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 6:04 PM To: CENTRAL-KY@rootsweb.com Subject: [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book I desperately need copies of these, and it would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone have either of the following: Marylanders to Kentucky 1775-1825? Need a copy of the title page and page 89: Kentucky Ancestors, Vol. 3, No 2, Oct.,1967, pg.83 Vol 16, No 2, Oct,1980,pg.124 Thanks so much, Kathy Wells. _______________________________________ ************************************************** ************************************************** Always put your names of interest in the subject line so those not interested can ignore your e-mail. Please remember to be courteous to other list subscribers, they are trying to help you. No soliciation or shouting is allowed on this list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CENTRAL-KY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    07/31/2013 01:23:25
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Need help with copies from a book
    2. Kathy Wells
    3. I desperately need copies of these, and it would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone have either of the following: Marylanders to Kentucky 1775-1825? Need a copy of the title page and page 89: Kentucky Ancestors, Vol. 3, No 2, Oct.,1967, pg.83 Vol 16, No 2, Oct,1980,pg.124 Thanks so much, Kathy Wells.

    07/30/2013 11:03:30
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Henry Edwards (~1760-1835) and Mary Cross (~1780~1840)
    2. Laura Morrison
    3. I’m trying to identify the parents and birth place of Henry Edwards, born around 1760 maybe in VA, KY or PA. He married Mary Cross in Lincoln Co., KY on Jan 13, 1796. They lived in Adair Co.; then, migrated to Morgan County, IL around 1820. Henry died there in July 1835 on Drury Farm. His children include: David, John,  Mary, Henry, Melissa, Kiziah, James Jordan, Elzey, Martha, William, Malinda, and America Jane. My husband descends from Henry Edwards and Mary Cross, Henry Edwards and Sarah Anderson, Thomas Henry Edwards and Laura Ann Kessler, Ira Paul Edwards and Evelyn Louise Straub, then Helen Bernice Edwards and Paul Meade Morrison.    Can you help me find anything about Henry Edwards (~1760-1835)?  Was he born in KY? Thanks Laura

    07/16/2013 09:00:37
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Free Small Books
    2. Doris Christian
    3. Here is a listing of the free small books that we have for download. This is a commercial site and you need to go to the "Free Small books" in the middle of the page and click on the "here" to connect to the site. http://www.dmkheritage.com/store/ Free Books In Gallery: GA: History of Crisp Co. DAR 1916 History of Washington Co. by Ella Mitchell, 1924 N.C. Marriage Bonds of Tryon County NC from 1769-1870. Friends Records of Births and Deaths, Cane Creek, NC St. Bartholomew’s Parish, NC Bertie Co. Wills (1795-1840 abt.) NCHGR Bertie Co. Marriages 1762-1834 (1809-1819 missing) NCHGR S. C. Annals and Parish Register of St. Thomas - St. Denis SC St. James Church, Goose Creek, SC 1706-1909 Marriage Notices in SC & American General Gazette Chronicles of St. Mark’s Parish Santee Circuit Williamsburg Township, SC. French & Swiss Protestants in Charleston the Santee, SC Naturalization Records 1695-96 Vestry of St. Matthew’s Parish, SC 1769-1838 History of Grandal Shoals (Cherokee & Union Co., SC History of Fairfield Co., SC by Ederington The Parish of St. Michael, SC South Carolina in the Rev. War. by A. Southron Tenn. History of Overton County, Tenn. by Goodpasture. Reminiscences of Early Settlements & Settlers of McNairy Co., Tenn. by Gen. Marcus Wright Va. Lunenburg County, Va. Wills 1746-1825 Frederick Parish, Va. 1744-1780, Churches, Chapels, etc. Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors for Northampton Co., VA Virginia Wills Before 1799 by Wm. M. Clemens Historical Sketches of “Old Bruton Church” Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg Wills Abt. 1750-1825 Old Surry, Va. History of Hampton & Eliz. City Co. Va. Tyler 1922 Scotch-Irish in the Valley of Virginia by Waddell Penn. Penn. Marriages Prior to 1799 W.Va History of Marion Co., W. VA. by Geo. A. Dunnington Sketches of Wood Co. W. VA by S. C. Shaw S-I Scotch-Irish in America by Dinsmore Scotch-Irish in the Valley of Virginia by Waddell

    10/19/2011 02:00:37
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Huston Bicknell in Estill county KY
    2. Alan & Marilyn Craig
    3. My great grandfather was Huston Bicknell, b. November 20, 1871, first wife Sarah, 2nd wife Lucy Pearson. Children: Alson b. 1889, Indis b. 1892, Myrtle b. 1894, Mayfrey b. 1895, Cordelia b. 1897, Laura b. 1900, Frederick b. 1902, Minnie b. 1905, Mattie b. 1908, Rosa b. 1910, Hallie b. 1912, Eva Frances b. 1916. Child with 2nd wife Carmon b. 1923. It has been a few years since I last queried. I am hoping to find connections to these children of Huston's. I have much to share. My personal email address is am_craig@comcast.net PLEASE NOTE THERE IS AN UNDERSCORE CHARACTER BETWEEN AM AND CRAIG it isn't seen when underlined. Alson was my grandfather, and his daughter Retha, b. 1915, my mother. Marilyn Craig

    08/06/2011 02:32:41
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    04/12/2011 03:18:22
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Birth Parents of Presley Clark
    2. Janice Wall Buker
    3. I am looking for the birth parents of Presley Clark, and if possible the exact birth date of Presley, and also his exact birth place. Presley first appears in the 1830 census and is living in Clark County, Indiana/Jeffersonville. He then appears in the 1840 census and living in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour. The 1850 census says he was 48 years old, and estimates his birth year about 1802, and has his birth place listed in Kentucky. The 1860 census says he was 56 years old, and estimates his birth year about 1804, and has his birth place listed in Ohio. The 1870 census says he was 67 years old, and estimates his birth year about 1803, and lists has his birth place listed in Indiana. In 1850, 1860, and 1870, Presley was livi I am looking for the birth parents of Presley Clark. If possible, I am also looking for the exact birth date of Presley, and also his exact birth date. Presleng in Redding Township/Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Presley died between April 1876 - 1880 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Presley had four wives. He married Caroline Hendelider May 28, 1823 in Floyd County, Indiana/New Albany, Indiana. Caroline was born about 1804 and died between 1824 and1833. Presley then married Eliza Second about 1833 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. (I don't think that Eliza's last name was Second). Eliza was born in 1810 in Virginia, and died between 1855 and1858 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Presley then married Evaline/Emeline Coen/Goen October 21, 1858 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She was born 1825 in Indiana, and died before 1860. He then married Marcia "America" Findley between 1861- 1869 in Jackson County, Indiana. She was born between 1817 and 1818 in Kentucky, and died March 17, 1901, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Presley and Eliza had eight children: 1. Margaret Clark: Margaret was born 1834 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and died between 1872 and 1924 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She married James W. Holmes March 26, 1851 in Jackson County, Indiana. He was born about 1834, and died between 1852 and 1924. She then married James W. Brown March 16, 1869 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He was born about 1834, and died between 1869 - 1924. 2. Cassandra/Cassenda Clark: Cassandra/Cassenda was born January 1836 or January 1837 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She died between 1879 and 1926 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She married John Conrad April 11, 1878 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He was born about 1836, and died between 1879 and 1926. She then married A. Dancy between 1881 and 1899 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and he died before 1920. 3. Samuel T. (Tilden) Clark: Samuel was born July 10, 1838 in Indiana, and died June 22, 1881 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. 4. Presley Clark: Presley was born in 1842 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and died July 21, 1872 in Jackson County, Indiana. 5. Eliza Clark: Eliza was born in August 1845 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and died before 1935 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Eliza married Thompson Hardin February 4, 1877 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He was born about 1845, and died between 1878 and 1935. 6. James Clark: James was born October 1847 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and died April 20, 1924, in Jackson County, Indiana/Brownstown, Indiana He was buried April 22, 1924, at the Ackeret Chapel Cemetery in Redding Township/Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He married Mary Salladine July 9, 1873, in Jackson County, Indiana. He was born between 1847 and 1852, and died between 1880 and 1929. Note About James Clark: In 1924 he resided in Hamilton Township in the Northeastern Part of Jackson County, Indiana, and was brought to the county infirmary the last three months of his life. 7. George Clark: George was born in 1851 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He died March 22, 1876, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He was buried March 23, 1876, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He married Martha Jane Coen August 6, 1874, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She was born in 1844 in Indiana, and died October 28, 1932, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. She was buried October 30, 1932, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Note About George Clark: George was stabbed to death March 22, 1876, by Moses Emly in Redding Township. 8. Thomas "Tommy" Clark: Thomas "Tommy" Clark was born in 1854 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and he died before 1944. Presley Clark and Evaline/Emeline Coen/Goen had one child: 1. Charlotte Clark: Charlotte was born November 1859 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana, and died between 1877 and 1949 in Jackson County, Indiana. She married Lafayette Thomas December 3, 1876, in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. He was born between 1849 and 1859. He died between 1877 and 1949 in Jackson County, Indiana/Seymour, Indiana. Note About Presley Clark and Evaline/Emeline Coen/Goen: In the 1860 census there were two other children living in the household: Martin Clark who was 16 years old at the time, and Louisa J. Clark who was 14 years old at the time. Where they came from, I don't have a clue. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Betsy Emhuff betsyemhuff@yahoo.com

    03/17/2011 10:08:23
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] unsubscribe
    2. Carol Cable
    3. Carol Cable ggcable@cableclan.net

    12/16/2009 03:27:18
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Free Small Books
    2. Doris Christian
    3. Here is a listing of the free small books that we have for download. This is a commercial site and you need to go to the "Free Small books" in the middle of the page and click on the "here" to connect to the site. http://www.dmkheritage.com/store/ Free Books In Gallery: GA: History of Crisp Co. DAR 1916 History of Washington Co. by Ella Mitchell, 1924 N.C. Marriage Bonds of Tryon County NC from 1769-1870. Friends Records of Births and Deaths, Cane Creek, NC St. Bartholomew’s Parish, NC Bertie Co. Wills (1795-1840 abt.) NCHGR Bertie Co. Marriages 1762-1834 (1809-1819 missing) NCHGR S. C. Annals and Parish Register of St. Thomas - St. Denis SC St. James Church, Goose Creek, SC 1706-1909 Marriage Notices in SC & American General Gazette Chronicles of St. Mark’s Parish Santee Circuit Williamsburg Township, SC. French & Swiss Protestants in Charleston the Santee, SC Naturalization Records 1695-96 Vestry of St. Matthew’s Parish, SC 1769-1838 History of Grandal Shoals (Cherokee & Union Co., SC History of Fairfield Co., SC by Ederington The Parish of St. Michael, SC South Carolina in the Rev. War. by A. Southron Tenn. History of Overton County, Tenn. by Goodpasture. Reminiscences of Early Settlements & Settlers of McNairy Co., Tenn. by Gen. Marcus Wright Va. Lunenburg County, Va. Wills 1746-1825 Frederick Parish, Va. 1744-1780, Churches, Chapels, etc. Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors for Northampton Co., VA Virginia Wills Before 1799 by Wm. M. Clemens Historical Sketches of “Old Bruton Church” Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg Wills Abt. 1750-1825 Old Surry, Va. History of Hampton & Eliz. City Co. Va. Tyler 1922 Scotch-Irish in the Valley of Virginia by Waddell Penn. Penn. Marriages Prior to 1799 W.Va History of Marion Co., W. VA. by Geo. A. Dunnington Sketches of Wood Co. W. VA by S. C. Shaw S-I Scotch-Irish in America by Dinsmore Scotch-Irish in the Valley of Virginia by Waddell -

    12/05/2009 07:01:17
    1. Re: [CENTRAL-KY] Noah Taylor
    2. bettyputnam
    3. Hi Carol, I did a little research for you and maybe this will help. First I looked up member trees in Ancestry. I found several on your Noah Taylor. Some had just Noah, others Manoah and one had Newman Noah Bud Taylor. Birth date are mostly listed as 1809 and Jan 24, 1812 VA. One tree had him married to Mary Steele, b. 1810, m. Apr 11, 1832. They had a son Hiram L. Taylor, b. 1843, d. 1933. Then he married Nancy Jane FLANAGAN in Russell Co., KY. on Aug 20, 1839. I have her birth as 1809 & 1811, both Russell Co., KY. No death date or place for her. I found the father of Noah Taylor as Edward Taylor 1784 Orange Co. VA, d. Dec. 12 1864 Whitley Co., KY. His mother was listed as Rebecca on some trees and Mary Elizabeth Knox on others. Children listed for Manoah Noah Taylor & Nancy Jane Flanagan were: Eliza J. Taylor 1838 - John Taylor 1845 - 1862 William Sylvester Taylor 1846-1926 Henry Taylor 1849 - Nancy Ellen Taylor 1849 - Joseph Taylor 1854 - I looked up te 1850 Dist. 1, Russell Co., KY census. I thas the following: Noah Taylor, age 37, farmer, b. VA Nancy Taylor, age 39, b. KY Martha A. Taylor, age 18, b. KY Benjamin Taylor, age 16, farmer, b. KY Lame Taylor, age 14, b. KY Henry Taylor, age 10, b. KY John Taylor, age 8, b. KY William Taylor, age 5, b. KY Elizabeth Taylor, age 3, b. KY Nancy E. Taylor, age 1, b. KY The 1860 Dist. 1, Casey Co., KY census shows: Manoah Taylor, age 51, b. VA Nancy Taylor, age 51 Henry Taylor, age 17 John Taylor, age 15 William Taylor, age 13 Nancy E. Taylor, age 10 Joseph Taylor, age 6 Hugh F. Sheppard, age 7 If I find anything else, I will let you know. So far I haven't found the deaths of Noah & John as being the same day. Did not find any clues on Nancy Jane Flanagan as to whom her parents were. But at least maybe you can start checking the Flanagan's in Russell County to see what you find. Betty Wade Putnam bwadeputnam@fairpoint.net ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carol Cable" <ggcable@cableclan.net> To: <CENTRAL-KY@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 9:52 AM Subject: [CENTRAL-KY] Noah Taylor > Noah Taylor was married to Nancy Jane Floyd, maiden name unknown, in > Russell > County in 1839. She had three Floyd children in the 1850 Census for > Casey > County, KY. . Noah was born abt. 1813 in Va. and died October 12, 1862, > hanged with son John, by Confederate troops leaving the state after the > Battle of Perryville. I need Noah's place of birth, etc., and the maiden > name of Nancy Jane Floyd. In the 1900 Census for Eureka, Greenwood Co., > Kansas, her son gave her place of birth as North Carolina and the signer > of > the marriage bond was a John Flanagan. Any help would be appreciated..

    10/14/2009 07:11:59
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Noah Taylor
    2. Carol Cable
    3. Noah Taylor was married to Nancy Jane Floyd, maiden name unknown, in Russell County in 1839. She had three Floyd children in the 1850 Census for Casey County, KY. . Noah was born abt. 1813 in Va. and died October 12, 1862, hanged with son John, by Confederate troops leaving the state after the Battle of Perryville. I need Noah's place of birth, etc., and the maiden name of Nancy Jane Floyd. In the 1900 Census for Eureka, Greenwood Co., Kansas, her son gave her place of birth as North Carolina and the signer of the marriage bond was a John Flanagan. Any help would be appreciated..

    10/14/2009 03:52:53
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] Baggley, Biggley, Baggerly and BEGLEY
    2. RMW
    3. Looking for info on Richard Baggley or Biggley or Baggerly or Begley (spelling varies) who was born in Va c1788 and died in Marion County, KY between 1850 and 1860.. He was married to a Susan in 1850 census. Does someone have a marriage book for that era? I think he was the grandfather of the Begleys who moved to Washington Co., KY. My only source is the 1850 census where all the other family members were also located nearby. I've checked the free sources on line, and Ancestry's data. I haven't been able to locate anything on him, except in the 1850 census. In 1860, Susan is alone with children and farm help, so assume he's dead. Can anyone tell me if its possible to obtain more info on him. Can someone check to see if there is a will for him? I know many men left their families for the gold diggings in California, so maybe he was alive in 1860. I can't find a couple of his sons during in that census either, but found them later. Thank you for your time, Rosie in California

    10/13/2009 05:17:56
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] SAUNDERS
    2. Is anyone researching the SAUNDERS name? We are trying to find out the parents of Clarence Erasmus Saunders born mid-1800s.

    09/28/2009 06:31:17
    1. Re: [CENTRAL-KY] MIDDLETON & MCNULTY in Kentucky For Now
    2. B. Black
    3. -----Original Message----- >From: Sherri <ldrbelties@earthlink.net> >Sent: May 1, 2009 6:26 PM >To: "B. Black" <wayanvwati@earthlink.net>, central-ky@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [CENTRAL-KY] MIDDLETON & MCNULTY in Kentucky For Now > >On her death certificate, it lists her father as Joe Mills, mother is not >listed. The information is from the Coroner's record (the cause of death is >listed as chloroform asphyxiation in preparation for surgery). > >Sherri >----- Original Message ----- >From: "B. Black" <wayanvwati@earthlink.net> >To: <MCNULTY@rootsweb.com>; <MIDDLETON@rootsweb.com>; ><CENTRAL-KY@rootsweb.com>; <KYHARDIN@rootsweb.com> >Sent: Friday, May 01, 2009 11:49 AM >Subject: [CENTRAL-KY] MIDDLETON & MCNULTY in Kentucky For Now > > >> The main maternal family members I'm trying to find anything on right >> now are: >> >> IDA BELLE MIDDLETON (wife of Neal Jackson, 1878-1929- born & died in >> Bullitt County, KY) >> B: 9 Feb 1879 >> Jefferson County, Kentucky >> D: 1 Jul 1922 >> >> Ida and Neal are the parents of my Grandfather James Edward Jackson. >> >> Haven't been able to find info on her parents & other family. >> Sherri, Possibly Joe Mills was her biological father and who is shown on the 1880 Federal Census thought he was the biological father- who knows. According to this Census it shows her father as JOHN MIDDLETON (B. abt 1833 in Virginia) and her mother as Thressa (B. in Germany). Her siblings were John (abt 1863 in Virginia), Andrew (abt 1866 in Kentucky), Josie (abt 1870 in Kentucky), and Joseph (abt 1878 in Kentucky). The census shows they were living in Kocks, Kenton, Kentucky. Were you able to decifer what the surgery was for ? Couldn't tell for sure, but it looked to say Leewig (?) Angina. And would anyone know anything on JOE MILLS by chance ???? Betty

    05/02/2009 05:24:32
    1. [CENTRAL-KY] MIDDLETON & MCNULTY in Kentucky For Now
    2. B. Black
    3. The main maternal family members I'm trying to find anything on right now are: IDA BELLE MIDDLETON (wife of Neal Jackson, 1878-1929- born & died in Bullitt County, KY) B: 9 Feb 1879 Jefferson County, Kentucky D: 1 Jul 1922 Ida and Neal are the parents of my Grandfather James Edward Jackson. Haven't been able to find info on her parents & other family. THOMAS MCNULTY B: abt 1838 Ireland D: ? Guessing Bullitt or Hardin County, KY Husband of Mary E. Pearl; father of Robert Martin McNulty (B: 2 May 1876 Pitts Point, Hardin, KY; D: 1 May 1954 Bullitt County, KY) Robert Martin was married to Mary E. Burnett (B: Jun 1882, ?, KY; D: 11 Sept 1960 Bullitt County, KY). Robert & Mary are my grandmother Veneda Mae McNulty Jackson's parents. Since I'm also working on my paternal side (from Kentucky & elsewhere) and both my husband's sides (Indiana, Ohio, a little KY, etc.) I'm trying to concentrate on one or two family names at most for now. Betty Engel Black

    05/01/2009 05:49:55