2 edition of Marriages of Wayne County, Kentucky, 1801-1860. found in the catalog.
Marriages of Wayne County, Kentucky, 1801-1860.
Mildred Moody Nutter
1972 in [Rushville, Ind .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||F457.W4 N8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||72190022|
Sanford R. Rebecca b. Landis, pp. Nevill, b. Samuel R.
Clarence Sumner Compton was born June 1, Ida Irene married Rody Bagby, Oct. The Meeks and Their Neighbors, p. William Winchester Clark, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clark, was born inmarried Caroline Sartinhad three children, and died in and was buried at the old Sartin place, two miles Northwest of Summer Shade. To my grandson Samuel Bond acres at the head of ware Creek in New Kent County, but if he should die without issue, then to my daughter Jane the wife of Jeremiah Laundy.
His widow lives at Edmonton, Ky. White and moved to Paris, Ill. Chicago: F. Thereafter, it does not show up again. Additionally, there is the family tradition that the Wades of Virginia descend from father Armagil through his son William. Pace, Jr.
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Pace home and had three children. We have no record of her existence after their marriage in except for the fact that children were born through possibly — one of the children was named Susannah. The fragment states, in part: "John [Jr. Pierce, Pace's second wife was Katherine Gill. I hope you find it useful.
London P. Twyman, Nov. About half of the entries list day and month also. In this deed we also learn that Abraham purchased acres from James Shannon on January 15, Marriage records indicate that Elizabeth was a daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Helton.
Rebecca Votaw Thomas, c. James3 Wade, born Bet. According to the census, they did indeed have 13 children, but by that time only 9 were living. Jeremiah F. To my grandson Samuel Bond acres at the head of ware Creek in New Kent County, but if he should die without issue, then to my daughter Jane the wife of Jeremiah Laundy.
He was unmarried. Children from this marriage were: i. Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana. She died July 15,buried at Marrowbone cemetery, and had no children.
He married Rosa Morgan. Elizabeth b. Subject's parents always resided upon a farm and to them were born a family of five sons and three daughters.Wade Genealogy [ Up ] [ Hull ] [ He applied for pension in Wayne County, Kentucky, but because his discharges were lost when his home burned, his claim was rejected as he failed to prove that he served six months." KY Marriages and Vital Records ," vol.,p.
'Denny, Benjamin and Agnes Ballew, Widow.
Surety. Wayne County, KY Deed Book H, p. - Wayne County, Kentucky Marriages and Vital Records -vol. 2, marriages K - Z Adair County, KY Court Minute Book A, p. 32 October 25, No. 38 Wm. M Keely made satisfactory proof vs a cert. & Marriages of Wayne County him for 50 acres of land under act of location filed.
Jul 08, · to - James Polly is on the tax lists of Wayne County, Kentucky. He owns two horses but no land. - James Polly appears in the records of Wayne County, Kentucky, with respect to the marriages of two of his daughters.
Jemima Polly. WAYNE COUNTY, KENTUCKY MARRIAGES VITAL RECORDS Public Library JUN 2 Dallas, Texas VOLUME TWO MARRIAGES COMPILD and PUBLIS JUNE n. 95 RAINS, William and Sarah Gwen Hancock.
Surety, Jesse Hancock (brides RALSTON brother), Bond dated 20. On 7 JanJ.D. Marsh was Justice of the Peace for Rolla Township as he presented bills against the County (see County Court Book A). J.D. Marsh also married L.F. Wright to Mary Kester in and signed their marriage certificate as the Justice of the Peace.
The Pulaski County, Kentucky Diaspora. The transition from wilderness to frontier to community seems to have begin in the early s for Pulaski Co. and many of the families that settled there in those early days put down deep roots - remaining for the next years.