Notes

[NI00006] Dsp.

[NI00084] He died young.

[NI00279] The three children listed in this family have not been proved
to be siblings. Several people including myself think that it
is highly probable that at least two and probably all three are
indeed siblings. We continue to work on this.

[NI00281] They married probably in Maryland. They moved to Spartanburg
County, South Carolina, where he served as a militia captain
and as a justice of the peace. In 1784 he received a land grant
from South Carolina of 548 acres and on October 14, 1785, he
bought 600 acres on the (now) Enoree River from John Patton. On
January 22, 1796, he sold 100 acres of his land grant to
America Fowler, and on January 24, 1800, he sold 100 acres to
John Cantrell. On September 3, 1798, he received a grant of 250
acres on the waters of the Enoree River and sold it to John
Pennington for $50 on December 15, 1800; on March 16, 1801, he
bought 310 acres on the waters of Enoree from James Ford.

[NI00287] He lived in Spartanburg, South Carolina, in 1850.

[NI00397] He never married.

[NI00445] They were in Monroe Co, KY, in 1920.

[NI00530] Died without issue.

[NI00539] Lived in Macon Co, TN, in 1880.

[NI00559] Jacob owned a 300 acre farm and operated a grist mill on the
East Fork of Little Barren River at Mt Gilead. In the CW he
served in Co B, 5th KY Cav.

[NI00570] Died young.

[NI00593] He never married.

[NI00987] He died as an infant.

[NI01163] This family was living in Monroe Co, KY, at the time of the
1850 census.

[NI01182] He died in infancy.

[NI01183] He died young.

[NI01185] He died at the age of 6.

[NI01497] Bible entry indicates death date as 20 Jun 18xx.

[NI01809] He moved to Vernon, TX, in 1882.

[NI01917] dsp.

[NI02316] She died young.

[NI02389] died in WW I.

[NI02393] Lives in Tilton, IL (2000).

[NI02394] Died in Ww II.

[NI02395] Lives in California (2000).

[NI02396] Lives in Florida (2000).

[NI02400] Died in auto accident.

[NI02410] Joseph Henson's father is given as W J Emmert in his death
record. This is probably William Jourdan Emmert, who was a
neighbor of the Tabitha Clark Henson.

[NI02435] He died of typhoid fever in a hospital.

[NI02519] Lived in Springfield, TN.

[NI02575] Lived in Louisville, KY.

[NI02818] Lived in Glasgow, KY.

[NI02851] Lived in Los Angeles, CA.

[NI02862] Lived in Porterville, CA.

[NI02873] Lived in Soledad, CA.

[NI02929] He died young.

[NI03010] They had no children.

[NI03068] She died young.

[NI03184] Lived in Owensberg, IN.

[NI03218] Lived in Port Hueneme, CA.

[NI03239] Lived in Lindsay, CA.

[NI03261] Lived in Oxnard, CA.

[NI03283] Lived in Bloomington, IN.

[NI03315] She died young.

[NI03317] He died young.

[NI03318] He died young.

[NI03357] Deathplace not proved.

[NI03370] Birthplace not proven.

[NI03378] He went to Montana.

[NI03444] Preston Leslie was a lawyer and served as governor of Kentucky.

[NI03457] Thomas Black was born probably in either Cumberland Co, Ky, or
Overton Co, TN.

[NI03459] He served in the Union army. While in the army, he became ill
and died in a Nashville hospital.

[NI03517] Lived in Indianapolis, IN.

[NI03857] She apparently died young.

[NI03959] She was living in Clay Co, TN, in 1986.

[NI03970] He was liveing in Clay Co, TN, in 1986.

[NI03993] She was living in Clay Co, TN, in 1986.

[NI04004] Lived in Clay Co, TN, in 1986.

[NI04115] They lived in the old Rush farmhouse near Hermitage Springs,
Clay Co, Tn after 1955. He served in WW II from 1941 to 1945.
After 1945 he was a farmer in Clay Co, TN.

[NI04126] She lived in Smyma, TN in 1987.

[NI04137] They lived in Hermitage Springd, Clay Co, TN.

[NI04138] She never married.

[NI04139] She never married.

[NI04140] She never married.

[NI04181] She lived in Hermitage Springs, Clay Co, TN in 1987.

[NI04228] She died in infancy and was the first person buried in Mt
Poland Cem.

[NI04390] Lived in Hurst, IL in 1988.

[NI04687] Sarah was living with her son Thomas in 1870 in Monroe Co, KY.

[NI05000] He served in Co D, 9th Kentucky Infantry during the Civil War.

[NI05021] He served in Co D, 9th Co Infantry during the Civil War. He
was killed in action.

[NI05027] They moved from Washington Co, TN, to Monroe Co, KY, between
1850 and 1860.

[NI05054] Thomas Marion Bean was only 15 years old when he went to
Columbia, KY and enlisted in the union army for three years.
He served in Co D, 9th Kentucky Infantry. He fought in the
battle of Stones River at Murfreesboro, TN, and was wounded in
battle on 2 Jan 1863 while crossing the river. He crawled
under a bluff on the bank of the river. He went on to fight in
more battles. They went to Chattanooga and had to make a
pontoon bridge there. He was discharged in Dec 1864. In 1923
Thomas came to Walter Hill, TN, to stay with his daughter. His
son-in-law took him to the battle field and Thomas stood on the
bank of the river and told him about the battle and when he was
wounded.

[NI05098] He lived in Red Boiling Springs, TN, in 1991.

[NI05099] She lived in Gamaliel, Monroe Co, KY in 1991.

[NI05100] He lived in Gamaliel, Monroe Co, KY in 1991.

[NI05102] She lived in Lakeland, FL, in 1991.

[NI05190] Lived in Tompkinsville, Monroe Co, KY, in 1987.

[NI05191] Lived in Tompkinsville, Monroe Co, KY, in 1987.

[NI05193] Lived in Glasgow, Barren Co, KY in 1987.

[NI05194] Lived in McMinnville, TN in 1987.

[NI05195] Lived in Louisville, KY in 1987.

[NI05198] He lived in Lovington, IlL in 1958.

[NI05199] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1987.

[NI05200] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1987.

[NI05215] Joel appears to have lived in the Big Pigeon River area in
Cocke Co, TN, from about 1792 to 1800. Entries in the records
of the Big Pigeon Baptist Church show a close relationship to
the Hestand family and we believe that Joel married Regina
Hestand, daughter of Abraham and sister of Daniel, around 1795.
The Hestands, Mulkeys and others moved on to Monroe(Barren)
County, KY, around 1798 and Joel and Regina followed in 1800.
Joel settled on 370 acres on Mill Creek a few miles southwest
of Tompkinsville and it appears that parts of this land
remained in the family well into the 20th century. There are
many references to Joel in the tax records and a few in the
Mill Creek Baptist Church minutes. We have found little on
Joel's wife, but considerable circumstantial evidence indicates
that she was almost certainly Regina Hestand.
No record of Joel's death has been found. He is known to
have died before 1840 and there is no reason to believe that he
did not live on his homestead until the end. He had turned the
land over to sons Jeremiah and John W , but apparently
continued to live there.

[NI05218] He lived in Shelbyville, IN in 1978.

[NI05219] He lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1978.

[NI05220] She lived in Indianapolis, IN in 1978.

[NI05221] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1978.

[NI05222] She lived in Nashville, TN in 1978.

[NI05226] Migrated with other Monroe County families to the Pennington
Point area, New Salem Twp, McDonough Co, IL in 1835.

[NI05311] Died young.

[NI05347] Isaac Rush and Brilla Moore were married by Elder William
Chism. The marriage was witnessed by Elswick Thompson and
Joshua K Rush.

[NI05381] Died young.

[NI05405] He lived in Charleston, IL, in 1986.

[NI05436] Strong circumstantial evidence indicates that Regina was the
wife of Joel Moore, although documentation of the marriage has
not been found. There is no documentation of her date and
place of death, but 1830-40 in Monroe Co is highly probable.

[NI05458] He died while traveling from Monroe Co, KY, to Illinois. The
location is unknown.

[NI05509] She probably died young.

[NI05533] Possibly up to 3 additional children not listed.

[NI05559] He settled in the Gamaliel area, Monroe Co, KY, circa 1800. He
was a farmer and a Baptist.

[NI05692] Lived in Cleburne, TX.

[NI05703] Lived in Lafayette, TN.

[NI05736] Anthony Calvin Moss was a private in Co D, 9th Kentucky
Infantry during the Civil War. He and Lucy lived all their
married life on a farm at Denton's Crossroads in Clay Co.
Today (1996) their daughter Dona Moss Turner still lives there.

[NI05782] She belongs to the Church of Christ.

[NI05863] He never married.

[NI05864] He never married.

[NI05925] Lived in Emterprise, IL.

[NI05935] He never married.

[NI05937] She never married.

[NI05963] He never married.

[NI06036] Lived in Cleburne, TX.

[NI06043] Lived in Weatherford, TX in 1958.

[NI06047] Lived in Tompkinsville, KY.

[NI06050] Lived in Merced, CA in 1958. Has one daughter.

[NI06054] Has 8 children. Lived in Gallatin, TX in 1958.

[NI06055] Lived in Houston, TX in 1958.

[NI06056] Lived in Roby, TX in 1958. Has four daughters.

[NI06058] He lived in Hestand, Monroe Co, KY.

[NI06060] Lived in Estancia, NM in 1958. Has three children.

[NI06063] Lived in Plum, TX in 1958.

[NI06065] Blue Hestand grew up in Hill Co, TX, and was living nearby
in Hood Co when his daughter Lillian was born. Several years
later they moved to Waldron, AR, where Lillian married Charley
Nix in 1918. After their first child, LaVerne, was born
Charley and Lillian lived briefly in Colorado City, TX, but
were back in Waldron by 1922. They moved to Anson, TX, prior
to 1929 and lived for a while in Cloud Croft, NM, in the early
1930s (due to Lillian's health). They had moved to Hill Co,
TX, by 1936. Charley and Lillian spent the rest of their lives
in this area, living for the most part in the country near
Covington.

[NI06069] E T Hunt lived on the ridge southwest of the Cumberland
River on the headwaters of McFarland Creek. His son Billy Hunt
ran a grist mill powered by a big water wheel.

[NI06080] He died young.

[NI06091] Lived in Otto, MO.

[NI06103] Lived in Smith's Grove, KY.

[NI06122] She died while still a very young girl.

[NI06147] Lived in Boles, KY.

[NI06169] Lived in Cleburne, TX.

[NI06191] Lived in Cedarvale, KS.

[NI06228] He probably died young.

[NI06358] Family tradition says Jonathan Moore came from Scotland in the
early 18th century and settled in Shenandoah County, VA, at the
foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. He was married to Scytha
George. He had a brother Sam who also settled in Shenandoah
Co. The 1785 Virginia census shows a Jonathan Moore in the
Front Royal area of Shenandoah Co. This is probably our
Jonathan. A marriage bond lin 1803 for Fanny Moore lists
Jonathan Moore of Shenandoah Co as father. This may be our
Jonathan. We find Jonathan in the 1810 census. But no other
records have been found.
A Sitha George was born to Benjamin and Elizabeth George in
1743 in Stafford Co, VA. This could be the wife of our
Jonathan. A Jonathan Moore lived in Stafford Co apparently in
the years 1740 - 1780. We don't know if he is connected to
our Jonathan.

[NI06434] She never married.

[NI06495] Polly was accidentally killed while in her Indigo Garden.
William Gee shot at a squirrel on the fence and the shot hit
Polly.

[NI06511] James Gee brought his family to Monroe (Cumberland) county
around 1802. He was one of the first settlers in the Turkey
Neck Bend area of Monroe county.

[NI06579] She never married.

[NI06612] She never married.

[NI06766] Forest Park Cem Lot 143 Sec 23 Burial No. 89175

[NI06886] He was adopted in 1962.

[NI06901] She also was married to a Dave Weber or Welder. There was
probably still another another marriage.

[NI06909] Lived in Harlans Crossroads, Monroe Co, KY in 1880.

[NI06989] He was living at home with his mother and siblings in 1860. No
subsequent record has been found.

[NI07189] She never married.

[NI07200] Lived in Centralia, IL, in 1955.

[NI07223] She never married.

[NI07234] She never married.

[NI07357] Lived in Metcalfe Co, KY in 1860. Lived in Clay Co, TN, in
1880.

[NI07359] Hiram Rush served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He
served in the 5th Regiment of Kentucky Volunteers, Co B,
Cavalry. He was killed near Tompkinsville, Monroe Co, KY, in
1863

[NI07366] Ezekiel Rush left Monroe Co, KY, sometime after 1871 and moved
to Illinois. He traveled in a covered wagon from Mulkeytown,
IL, to Lookout Valley, Cowley Co, KS, near Cedar Vale, in 1881.
They settled on Rock Creek. After Ezekiel's death, his
daughter Alta helped support the family by teaching in country
schools and in Cedar Vale

[NI07371] They lived in Boles, Monroe Co, KY.

[NI07379] He brought his family to Monroe(Barren) Co, KY, around 1799 and
settled on land about 2 miles east of Tompkinsville. James and
Mollie Rush joined the Mill Creek
Church on May 9, 1801.

[NI07425] In 1880 he was living in Cedar Twp, Cowley Co, KS(Lookout
Valley). In 1900 he was living in Dexter Twp, Cowley Co, KS.

[NI07500] He commited suicide by hanging himself.

[NI07519] In 1870 his occupation was listed as a retail dry goods
merchant.

[NI07533] Noel Myatt's farm was located near the Monroe-Barren county
line between Mt Herman and Sulphur Lick. The Webb cemetery is
located on this farm.

[NI07539] General Nix died in prison. Wanda Jones (from Blackfork,
AR) took her two children (a boy and a girl) to Oklahoma.

[NI07639] She never married.

[NI07650] She never married.

[NI07675] Deeds show that he was in Jefferson Co, Tn in 1792.

[NI07679] He lived in Monroe(Cumberland) Co, KY after 1800.

[NI07732] She never married.

[NI07751] Lived in Avarado, TX.

[NI07754] She never married.

[NI07758] Lived in Bowie, TX.

[NI07788] She never married.

[NI07805] Lived in Indianapolis, IN in 1984.

[NI07806] Lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1984.

[NI07807] Lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1984.

[NI07808] Lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1984.

[NI07812] She lived in Indianapolis, IN in 1984.

[NI07813] She lived in Indianapolis, IN in 1984.

[NI07886] There were possibly other children that are not listed.

[NI07905] Lived in Monroe Co, TN.

[NI07908] Lived in Monroe Co, TN.

[NI07923] He lived in Moore's Bottom, near Gainesboro, in Jackson Co, TN.
He is buried in the family cemetery.

[NI07946] There are possibly additional children who are not listed.

[NI07950] Probably additional children not listed.

[NI07951] Accompanied by Benjamin Allen and William White, Riley Moore
came from Prince George Co, MD, to the area of Mt Jackson,
Shenandoah Co, VA, in the year 1734.

[NI07964] Lived on Smith Creek, Rockingham Co, VA after 1745.
Notes: Thomas Moore, Phoebe Harrison


Thomas Moore was baptized on 20 August 1724 at St. Barnabas
Church, Queen Anne Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland. He
was a son of Riley Moore and his wife Sarah Holland. He was an
early settler in what is now Rockingham County, Virginia. He
settled in a blue grass meadow on the northwest side of Smith's
Creek. He is first mentioned in the records there in June
1745.
In 1747 he was on a committee to lay out a new road. That same
year he patented 180 acres in Augusta County, as the area was
then known.

In 1751 a marriage bond of Thomas Moore and Phoebe Davisson,
widow of the late Daniel Davisson was issued. It was not
recorded
until May 1755, though. Phoebe Harrison was the daughter of
John
Harrison and his wife Phoebe ---. She was born about 1728 on
Long
Island, New York, and moved with her parents to New Jersey.
She
married Daniel Davisson, of Middlesex County, New Jersey, when
she was about 15 or 16, or about the year 1744. This couple
had
three children. They bought 370 acres in Augusta Co. on both
sides of Smith's Creek in 1748 for 50 pounds. But he died in
1750. His widow made three trips between the years 1750 and
1766
to New Jersey while settling her husband's estate. One of
these
were charged to the estate, the others she counted as a visit
to
relatives. The estate which was finally settled on 23 August
1766
amounted to #140 2s 1d.

On 26 July 1765 Thomas Moore was granted 200 acres of land
lying in August County on the north side of Smith's Creek, for
the consideration of 25 shillings. They lived on this land
which
is now one of the best farms in Rockingham County. On 26
August
1766 Phoebe was assigned her dower from her late husband's
estate, but the amount is not given.

On 7 November 1767 Thomas Moore, blacksmith, bought of his
stepson, Josiah Davisson, the 370 acres that Daniel Davisson
had
bought in 1748. The price for this transaction was 160 pounds.
On 12 May 1770 he was granted 250 acres by King George III. He
continued to buy parcels of land in the neighborhood. In 1789
he
was noted as owning 1,070 acres. In 1796 he owned the
following
tracts:

a. 200 acres north of Smith's Creek - the 1765 grant
b. 250 acres southeast side of Smith's Creek - the 1746 grant
c. 370 acres both sides of the Creek - bought from Josiah
Davisson in 1767
d. 68 acres bought from Thomas Loker in 1768

He died intestate in 1797 when he was about 70 years old,
having lived with his wife Phoebe for 46 years. She survived
him
for ten years and died in 1807, aged about 79 years. They are
buried together in the Moore graveyard on the 370 acres which
Daniel Davisson bought in 1748.

Children of Daniel Davisson and Phoebe Harrison:
Josiah born 1 December 1743, died 9 September 1825,
according
to his tombstone in Preble County, Ohio
Ann born 1746, died 1822, married Reuben Moore
2 November 1995 297
C210.2
Thomas Moore = Phoebe Harrison


Phoebe born 1748, died 1838, married John Ewing. The old
water bottle, a glass bottle that came over with
Isaiah Harrison, descended in this family.

Children of Thomas Moore and Phoebe Harrison:
Reuben (1755 - 6 August 1803), married Phoebe --- (1764 -
27
August 1821), he received all the land north of the
mill road from his father's estate.
John (1760 - 2 September 1841), married Sarah ---, (1759
-
3 March 1833) received 449 acres from his father's
estate
Thomas (1763 - 31 August 1829), married Sarah ---, received
656 acres from his father's estate
Lucretia was born about 1756. She married Thomas Duncanson
on
3 December 1785 and their descent is continued.

References:
1. 'Settlers by the Long Grey Trail,' J. Houston Harrison,
1935, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984, pp 72, 165 - 167,
305 - 307
2. 'Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,'
Lyman Chalkley, Volumes I, II and III, various pages
3. Notes on the Moore Family, Elizabeth Ann Harrison Moore,
1921
2 November 1995 298
C212

[NI07972] Will Proved - 11 Aug 1835

[NI08007] Benjamin Malone and family moved to Texas in the 1850s.

[NI08021] They lived in a log cabin across the road from the Moore
Cemetery.The hill to the cabin was known as "Polly's Hill".

[NI08061] She never married.

[NI08188] She never married.

[NI08199] He never married.

[NI08299] He lived in Gamaliel, Monroe Co, KY in 1991.

[NI08366] He lived in Mt Herman, Monroe Co, KY in 1983.

[NI08377] He lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1983.

[NI08388] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1983.

[NI08619] He lived in Brooklet, GA, in 1975.

[NI08664] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1986.

[NI08675] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1986.

[NI08685] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1986.

[NI08740] He lived in Mt Vernon, IL, in 1986.

[NI08751] He lived in Bloomington, IL, in 1975.

[NI08774] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1975.

[NI08796] He lived in California in 1985.

[NI08807] He lived in Miinesota in 1985.

[NI08818] He lived in Moss, Clay Co, Tn in 1985.

[NI08829] He lived in Red Boiling Springs, Macon Co, TN in 1985.

[NI08840] He lived in Red Boiling Springs, Macon Co, TN in 1985.

[NI08851] She lived in Florida in 1985.

[NI08862] She lived in California in 1985.

[NI08874] Lived in Washington, DC in 1985.

[NI08973] He lived in Indianapolis, IN, in 1976.

[NI09019] He lived in Tipton, IN, in 1986.

[NI09030] She lived in Florida in 1986.

[NI09052] He lived in Tompkinsville, KY, in 1986.

[NI09106] Joel moved to Missouri around 1842 and was living in Tremont
Twp, Buchanan Co, MO, in 1850. He moved to Brown Co, KS,
before 1859 and lived not far from his father. He was in
Caytonville Twp, Brown Co, KS, in 1860 and nothing is known of
him after that.

[NI09107] They were living in Dist 5, Jackson Co, TN, near Jonathan's
aunt Mahala Moore Bean in 1840. They had moved to the Gamaliel
area, Monroe Co, KY (about 6 miles north of Mahala Bean) by
1844. The birthplace of their daughter Mary Ann was St Joseph,
MO, so they possibly lived in Buchanan Co, MO, briefly around
1854. They left Monroe Co on 5 Sep 1876 and arrived in Cowley
Co, KS, in Oct 1876, where they settled in the Rock Creek area.

[NI09108] He lived in Chicago, IL, in 1976.

[NI09109] The 1860 and 1870 censuses showed Mary Ann and her son
living with Mary Ann's parents in Claytonville Twp, Brown Co,
KS. Her hauband is not listed. Nothing is known of Mary Ann
after 1870.

[NI09110] Elizabeth was living with her parents in 1850 in Daviess Co,
Mo. There is no record after that. During the Civil War
Elizabeth's nephew, Daniel Moore (son of Jonathan), wrote
letters to his grandfather Jeremiah Moore and his aunt Jane
Honnell in Brown Co, KS. Daniel would send his regards to his
aunt Elizabeth, which indicates that she was living nearby.
Nothing else is known about Elizabeth.

[NI09111] Jane was with her parents when they moved to Brown Co, KS,
in 1856. The Moores and Honnells were neigbors in Brown Co.
The 1860 and 1870 censuses show Henry and Jane Honnell living
in Claytonville Twp, Brown Co, KS.

[NI09119] She lived in Fountain Run, KY, in 1976.

[NI09124] He lived in West Virginia after 1822.

[NI09128] Lived in West Virginia after 1800.

[NI09130] She lived in Gary, IN, in 1976.

[NI09163] Lived in Tipton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09174] He lived in Tipton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09185] He lived in Oklahoma in 1984.

[NI09193] He never married.

[NI09194] She never married.

[NI09195] She never married.

[NI09196] She lived in Indianapolis, IN, in 1984.

[NI09201] She never married.

[NI09208] She lived in Kempton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09219] She lived in Tipton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09227] He lived in Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY from 1687 to 1702.
Lived in Smithtown, Long Island, NY from 1702 to 1721. Lived
in Sussex Co, DE from 1721 to 1736.
Isaiah Harrison Narrative


Isaiah Harrison first appears in the New World in a deed
dated
2 January 1687 granted by the town of Oyster Bay, Long Island.
The deed gives him one whole right of commonage in the town on
the condition that he reside there seven full years. Should he
move away before then, this right would be forfeited. Should
he
die before the seven years were finished, his wife and heirs
would receive the right immediately.

The cause for this deed is simple: the town needed a black-
smith to create and repair the iron implements so necessary for
an agricultural community. In addition, Oyster Bay in those
days
was a point of ship building for vessels in the coastwise trade
among the colonies. The townsmen had tried to entice such a
craftsman to live there before this, but with varied success.
Apparently Isaiah was a skilled blacksmith, for he prospered
under this charge. That he was also an educated man is proven
by
his signatures on various deeds - not many could sign their own
name in that day.

About 1688 he married Elizabeth Wright, a daughter of Gideon
Wright and his wife Elizabeth Townsend. But she was dead by
1698,
leaving five small motherless children.

On 16 January 1688 Isaiah purchased from John Wright and his
wife Mary 100 acres lying and being near Suckscall's wigwam,
part
of the last general purchase from the Indians of Mattenacocke
dated 9 January 1685. This was purchased for 60 pounds current
money of New York. Suckscall was an Indian chief; his wigwam
was
located at what is now known as Brookville (Wolver Hollow),
Long
Island, a few miles southwest of the town spot of Oyster Bay.
No
doubt Isaiah Harrison was the first white man to live on this
land.

By 1690 he was a freeholder of the town and over the next
few
years received 81 more acres of town land. About 1700 he
married
secondly Abigail (whose surname might have been Smith) at
Oyster
Bay. But on 20 April 1702 he sold all his lands in Oyster Bay.
The price was 400 pounds current lawful money of New York. His
second wife, Abigail, made her mark on the deed. That same day
he
bought he bought 500 acres in Smithtown, Long Island, for the
same 400 pounds. Here he prospered as a husbandman and in 1708
added 200 more acres to his estate.

After having resided fourteen years at Oyster Bay and
nineteen
years at Smithtown, on 12 June 1721 he and Abigail sold most of
their lands. In another deed, dated 28 April 1722, they sold
the
last 200 acres for 200 pounds of current New York money. At
this
time they were of Sussex County, Delaware and he was termed a
blacksmith. Previously, on 2 June 1721 they had bought lands
in
the Broadkill hundred of Sussex County, Pennsylvania (later
Delaware). This was about eight miles from the Town of Lewes.

Then on 10 October 1732 he sold to his three sons (Thomas
Harrison, Daniel Harrison, and Jeremiah Harrison) 250 acres
each
for the princely sum of 5 shillings each. This was part of his
907 acres Maiden Plantation. His second wife is not mentioned
in
these deeds, so presumably she had died by then. Later, on 7
May
1736 he disposed of the remaining 150 acres of Maiden
Plantation.

Then the family moved together to Virginia. Perhaps it was
in
the Spring of 1737 that they took ship from Lewes and journeyed
by water to the old town of Bellhaven, on the Potomac, later
called Alexandria. About a week was required to make the long
voyage around Cape Charles. Then their route lay through Thor-
nton's Gap of the Blue Ridge. There were sixteen in the party
that crossed the ridge, brothers and half brothers, with their
families, and among them they brought over the mountain the
first
wheeled vehicle, a cart, that is said to have appeared in the
Shenandoah Valley. At first they camped for a while along the
South Fork of the Shenandoah River near where the "White House"
in Page County now stands. From this base they explored the
surrounding country. Here the Pater Familias Isaiah Harrison
died
and was buried. He did not live to see his children settled in
their new homes. Since the climate had proved malarious the
remaining party either went around the Massanutten mountain or
crossed over it into that section of the Valley now known as
Rockingham County. Here the party divided up and camped at the
various springs where they finally settled. John settled at
the
Big Spring, now called Lacey Spring. Thomas settled at the
head
spring of Cook's Creek, the present site of Harrisonburg.
Daniel
settled a short distance from Thomas where Dayton now is.
Samuel
located on the head waters of Linville's Creek, a few miles
north
of Daniel.

Children by his first wife - all born in Oyster Bay:
Isaiah born 27 September 1689
John born 25 September 1691, died May 1771; married about
1720 Phebe -- (1686 - 6 December 1793). Their
descent
is continued.
Gideon born 25 June 1694, died 1729
Mary born 25 May 1696, died 1781; married about 1721
Robert
Cravens (1696 - May 1762)
Elizabeth born 30 March 1698

Children by his second wife - all born in Smithtown except
maybe
the first:
Daniel (1701 - 10 July 1770) married first Margaret
Cravens,
second Sarah Stephenson
Thomas (1704 - 1785) married first Jane de la Haye, second
Sarah (Cravens?)
Jeremiah (1707 - 1777) married Catherine
Abigail (1710 - 1780) married Alexander Herring They had a
daughter, Bathsheba Herring who married Capt.
Abraham
Lincoln (1744 - 1785). These were grandparents of
the
President of the same name.
Samuel (1712 - 1790) married Mary


English Origins of the Family


The Reference 1 volume presents a great deal of information
on
English and Irish bearers of the name who could be progenitors
of
Isaiah Harrison. However, there is no direct evidence as to
any
such connection. Daniel Harrison affixed a seal to his will
which
has been attributed to Harrison of London, descended from
Durham.
This is described as: azure, an eagle displayed or, ducally
gorged argent. This is similar to the arms used by Major
General
Thomas Harrison, one of the judges of King Charles I, who was
executed upon the accession of King Charles II in 1660. So it
is
not likely that he would have been Isaiah's father. A second
Harrison seal was used by Daniel's son Robert on his will:
azure
three demi lions erased or. This was registered in 1612 by
Thomas
Harrison of Eaton, York. Some of this family also settled in
Durham.

Reference:
1. 'Settlers by the Long Grey Trail,' J. Houston Harrison,
1935, Genealogical Publishing Co, 1984, various pages

[NI09230] She lived in Tipton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09231] He lived in Lacey Spring, Rockingham Co, VA after 1738.

[NI09241] She lived in Tipton, IN, in 1984.

[NI09279] Lived in Christian Co, KY in 1810. Preacher in Christian
church in Chiristian Co, KY in 1827.

[NI09287] He lived in Rockingham Co, VA after 1764.

[NI09297] Reuben Moore, son of James Moore, grandson of Riley Moore,
married Mary, daughter of Abra. Bird. Reuben and Mary were the
parents of Thomas R. Moore who married Frances Guthrie Swan.
Thomas and Frances were the parents of Martha Frances Moore
(1843-1874) who married in 1859 John Lyle Spears (1836-1885) of
Boyle Co KY. Their daughter Frances Moore Spears (b 1866)
married in 1886, Arch Frye (b 1861). (Virkus)

[NI09301] He lived in Brentwood, TN in 1987.

[NI09319] He lived in Villa Grove, IL, in 1986.

[NI09320] Lived in the Watauga settlement, Washington Co, TN after 1782.
1774 - Captain at the Battle of Cannaway on Mt
Pleasant
1774 - Composer and signer of Woodstock,VA,
Declaration of Rights
1774-1780 Virginia House of Burgesses
1772-1782 Justice of the Courts, Dunmore Co,VA
1778 Colonel of County Militia, Shenandoah Co,VA
1781-1783 High Sheriff of Shenandoah Co,VA
1782 Colonel of Militia, Washington Co,TN

[NI09327] Killed by Indians.

[NI09330] She lived in Sullivan, IL, in 1986.

[NI09344] Died young.

[NI09358] He lived on Big Sulphur Creek, about 4.5 miles east of
Tompkinsville.

[NI09363] Lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1959.

[NI09375] She never married.

[NI09378] He lived in Macon Co, TN, in 1880.

[NI09389] John probably lived on the old Moore homestead on Mill Creek
south of Tompkinsville with his father for several years after
he was married. In 1850 he was living across the state line in
Tennessee next to his father's sister, Mahala Moore Bean. He
probably moved to Buchanan Co, MO, near his brother Joel , in
the mid 1850s. He may have
died there before 1860. At least one of his children, Samuel,
was living in Buchanan Co in 1860.

[NI09390] He lived in Claytonville Twp, Brown Co, KS in 1860 and 1870.

[NI09398] of wounds suffered in the Battle of Missionary Ridge

[NI09399] He joined the First Tennessee Mounted Infantry on 16 May
1864 and was mustered out on 15 May 1865. He moved to Cowley
Co, KS, with his parents in 1876. In 1870 he listed his
profession as photographic artist and in 1880 as artist.

[NI09400] She and Thomas Rush lived near Dexter, Cowley Co, KS.

[NI09402] Emery taught school in the Lookout Valley area (Cedar Twp,
Cowley Co,KS), where they lived.

[NI09403] Mary Ann and her family moved to a variety of places in the
West to seek respite from Mary Ann's asthma. Amonng these
places were the following Kansas towns: Sedan, Lebanon, Salem,
Esbon, Studley, Lucerne and Tasco. In their travels they
crossed the Rocky Mountains twice with a covered wagon.

[NI09405] Mrs Bennett Cable, mother of a large family, recalled her
experiences as a girl of fourteen years when her family settled
on a claim in Lookout Valley. Her father set the top of the
covered wagon out in the middle of a wide expanse of prairie
where her mother remained with the small children while her
father and older boys drove the wagon back to Independence,
Kansas, for a winter's supply of groceries. They pioneered the
survival tests that day. It was late in the autumn, the
weather disagreeable, and surrounding country full of Indians
and howling coyotes. The homesteaders had come through
Independence not knowing that it was the last trading post near
the new area for settlement.
After Nannie and Bennett married they lived for 6 years at
the Hewin's Ranch on Cedar Creek. In 1889 they bought a farm
on rock creek and lived there for the rest of their days.

[NI09406] She lived in Gallatin, TN in 1985.

[NI09462] She lived in Gamaliel, Monroe Co, KY in 1986.

[NI09473] She lived in Tompkinsville in 1991.

[NI09527] Samuel was living in Tremont Twp, Buchanan Co, MO, in 1860.
It is likely that he moved there with his parents in the 1850s.
A 5 year old Spencer Moore was living with the family next door
to Samuel and Sarah in 1860. It is possible that Spencer was a
brother of Samuel (Spencer was the name of Samuel's paternal
grandmother). Spencer moved to Claytonville Twp, Brown Co, KS,
between 1862 and 1867. He was living there in 1870. In 1880
he was living in Fall River Twp, Wilson Co, KS.

[NI09540] He was living in Indianapolis, IN, in 1986.

[NI09551] He was living in Indianapolis, IN, in 1986.

[NI09562] He lived in Tompkinsville in 1986.

[NI09564] Jeremiah was living in Grasshopper Twp, Atchison Co, KS, in
1880.

[NI09573] She lived in Tompkinsville in 1986.

[NI09584] She lived in Tompkinsville in 1986.

[NI09602] She was baptized on 23 Sep 1889 in Grainola, OK.

[NI09612] Jason Had Duschene Muscular Dystrophy. He had just turned 17.

[NI09615] He died in a Navy drowning accident.

[NI09617] She lived in Florida in 1984.

[NI09642] Settled in Colorado.

[NI09651] He lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1985.

[NI09662] He lived in Lawrence, SC in 1985.

[NI09673] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1985.

[NI09684] She lived in Tompkinsville, KY in 1985.

[NI09695] She lived in Mt Herman, Monroe Co, KY in 1985.

[NI09706] She lived in Edmonton, Metcalfe Co, KY in 1985.

[NI09786] Killed by a tornado in Oklahoma.

[NI09796] Estella Brewer's Half Sister

[NI09801] Crab Orchard, Illinois.

[NI09906] Lived in Fountain Run, Monroe Co, KY in 1959.

[NI09908] Henry Baxter lived near Hestand,KY, across the road from the
Ados Dyer
farm. He fought in the Civil War in Co.B, 9th Ky Vol Inf. He
is buried
in an old cemetery near the Homer Spears farm.

[NI09910] Hamilton Baxter operated the store at Hestand, KY, and also was
postmaster. He also operated a water mill which was located
between 2 waterfalls on the creek on the Barlow Baxter (his
son) farm. He was a licensed Baptist preacher in Old Freedom
Church Number 2.

[NI09928] Lived in Los Angeles, CA, in 1959.

[NI09970] They lived in Westmorland, KS.

[NI09971] They lived in Cedar Vale, KS.

[NI10029] He was a farmer in Union District, SC.

[NI10048] They lived in Tompkinsville, Monroe Co, KY.

[NI10051] They lived in Sayre, OK.

[NI10052] They lived in Boles, Monroe Co, KY.

[NI10064] They lived in Clementsville, Clay(Jackson) Co, TN.

[NI10097] He was killed in action at Chattanooga during the Civil War.

[NI10124] The brothers Cary, John and Wilson Cherry fought at the Battle
of New Orleans, January 7 and 8, 1815, during the War of 1812.

[NI10125] The brothers Cary, John and Wilson Cherry fought at the Battle
of New Orleans, January 7 and 8, 1815, during the War of 1812.

[NI10126] The brothers Cary, John and Wilson Cherry fought at the Battle
of New Orleans, January 7 and 8, 1815, during the War of 1812.

[NI10135] He never married.

[NI10147] They lived in Moss, Clay Co, TN.

[NI10149] They lived at Cherry Cross Roads in Clay Co, TN. See also
Birdwell's Clay County History.

[NI10150] He never married.

[NI10153] Clay and Virginia moved from Clay Co, TN, to Grayson Co, TX,
around 1905. In 1908 they moved to Park Co, WY, and
homesteaded there close to Powell. Later the family moved to
Redding, Shasta Co, CA.

[NI10163] They lived in Boles, KY.

[NI10213] Moved to Warsaw, MO. Died there before the Civil War. Probably
had other children.

[NI10215] Moved to Hawkins, Co, TN, about 1821. Moved to Putnam Co, IN,
in 1934 and remained there until he died.

[NI10216] He never married. He is buried beside his parents. The burial
ground is now under water.

[NI10218] Lived in Porterville, CA.

[NI10219] Lived in Healdsburgh, CA.

[NI10220] Lived in Healdsburgh, CA.

[NI10221] Lived in London, Laurel Co, KY.

[NI10222] Lived in London, Laurel Co, KY.

[NI10226] Lived and died near Jonesville, Lee Co, VA.

[NI10227] Lived and died near Jonesville, Lee Co, VA.

[NI10229] Lived in Hiseville, KY.

[NI10232] Lived and died at Bean Station, Grainger Co, TN.

[NI10233] Lived and died at Bean Station, Grainger Co, TN.

[NI10234] Lived in Lee Co, VA. Left a large family, many staying in Lee
Co.

[NI10235] Went to Arkansas and died in Fayetteville.

[NI10255] Ezekiel and Rebecca moved to Monroe(Barren) Co, KY, around
1798. He was granted a piece of land near Tompkinsville that
later became known as the old Jordan White farm. They joined
the Mill Creek Church on 9 Jan 1799. Ezekiel was a church
leader and was ordained to the office of deacon 3 Majy 1820.
Ezekiel and Rebecca left the Mill Creek Church in Aug 1828.

[NI10262] Lived in Boles, Monroe Co, KY.

[NI10273] Lived in Lindsay, CA.

[NI10282] He died young.

[NI10288] Raymond was elected sheriff of Monroe Co in 1949 and served one
term.

[NI10289] Died young.

[NI10314] Grace was elected County Court Clerk of Monroe Co in 1957 and
held that office for 20 years.

[NI10336] Randolph Rush was elected Circuit Court Clerk of Monroe Co, KY,
in 1904 and he held the office for 43 years.

[NI10418] Possible daughter of Jonathan and Scytha George Moore.

[NI10446] They lived in Moss, Tn and are buried on McFarland Creek near
the TN-KY line.

[NI10470] He lost his life while serving in Co B, 9th Kentucky
Infantry, during the Civil War.

[NI10552] They were shown living in Jackson Co, TN, in the 1830, 1840
and 1850 censuses.

[NI10624] Lived in Hartville, TN in 1964.

[NI10635] Lived in Sarasota, FL. No children.

[NI10668] The grave marker gives 10 aug 1840 as his birthdate.

[NI10682] The grave marker gives 1 Feb 1840 as her birthdate.

[NI10724] Lived in Nashville, TN.

[NI10746] Lived in Lexington, KY.

[NI10758] Lived in Lexingon, KY.

[NI10769] Lived in Covington, KY.

[NI10780] Lived in Covington, KY.

[NI10794] State of birth is given as NC in Monroe Co death records.

[NI10823] Lived in Lafayette, TN.

[NI10890] Lived in Alba, TX.

[NI10907] Went to Arkansas after second marriage.

[NI10917] William Andrews came to Monroe(Cumberland) Co before 1806. He
lived near the Gees and Kirkpatricks close to the Cumberland
River.

[NI10932] Lived in Monroe Co, KY, in 1880. Also in 1850 amd 1870
Monroe Co censused.

[NI10943] Lived in Cumberland Co, KY, 1860-1880.

[NI10957] He never married.

[NI10961] She never married.

[NI10968] His death was the result of a stabbing.

[NI10986] Jesse Gee took his family from Lunenburg Co, VA, to Madison Co,
KY, in the 1790-1795 period. There he encountered the family
of Henry Tudor, who had come there from Granville Co, NC, about
1790. Several marriages occurred between these families and
both families moved on to the Barren-Cumberland counties area
around 1797-98. Jesse settled on the west side of the
Cumberland River in that part of Cumberland Co that would
become Monroe Co in 1820. He was joined there by his brother
James around 1801.
Elizabeth Sanford Gee died in 1804 and in 1808 Jesse
married William Anna (aka Willana) Crow, the widow of John
Crow. It is known that John Crow was in Barren Co at least as
early as 1798. He died in 1804.
It is very probable that this is the John Crow who married a
Willana Phipps in 1787 in Botetourt Co, VA. This has not been
proved beyond a doubt, but is presently accepted as fact in
this database.

[NI10989] John S Gee settled in the area of present day Summer Shade in
Metcalfe county. He purchased land around 1820 from Henry
Yeaky. This land was located near the headwaters of Marrowbone
and Nobob Creeks. On 24 Oct 1840 he deeded a portion of that
land to his son Lucas Gee. Lucas Gee's grandson, Newton
Pedigo, was living in the 1930s in a home located across a
small ravine from the original Gee land. Mr Pedigo's home was
described (around 1940) as being near Hickory College School
house on the present Summer Shade and Randolph road.

[NI10998] William lived in Warren Co, KY, in 1850 and moved to Perry Co,
IL, in 1852. He went to Nebraska around 1883 and stayed for
about 3 years. He then returned to Perry Co, IL.

[NI11002] The listing of children is possibly incomplete.

[NI11013] The listing of children is incomplete.

[NI11018] The listing of children is incomplete.

[NI11034] Lived in Smith's Grove, KY.

[NI11051] Death occurred while he was a hospital patient in Scottsville,
Allen Co, KY.

[NI11151] She never Married.

[NI11170] He fought in the War of 1812.

[NI11218] He lived in Martinsburg, Monroe Co, for many years, where he
was a merchant.

[NI11222] Died very young. Buried in Coe family cemetery on Kettle
Creek.

[NI11223] He drowned in the Cumberland River at Martinsburg, KY. His
body was never recovered.

[NI11233] They were divorced, probably before 1900.

[NI11253] He moved to Crawford Co, MO, between 1854 and 1858. He moved
to the Dallas Co area in Texas sometime before 1875.

[NI11269] One source says she married Granville Taylor Biggerstaff.

[NI11277] Never married, died of smallpox.

[NI11297] She neverr married.

[NI11300] She never married.

[NI11456] She never married.

[NI11459] He was a Confederate soldier and died in the Civil War.

[NI11467] She never married.

[NI11502] He moved from Monroe Co, KY to north Texas in 1891 and then to
Amarillo, TX in 1925.

[NI11504] She died in infancy.

[NI11518] He died in service during WW II.

[NI11626] She died young.

[NI11627] He died young.

[NI11628] He died young.

[NI11730] Called Milton in the Monroe Co birth records.

[NI11734] He never married.

[NI11735] He never married.

[NI11741] She never married.

[NI11854] Lived in Glasgow, KY.

[NI12090] She lived in Hodgensville, OK, in 1954.

[NI12093] He lived in St Louis, MO, in 1954.

[NI12094] He lived in Milwaukee, WI, in 1954.

[NI12102] He moved to the Fairforest Creek Settlement, SC, in 1772. He
moved to Monroe (Barren) Co, KY, and settled on Mill Creek in
1801.

[NI12113] He lived in Craven Co, SC, in 1765.

[NI12114] Probably died young.

[NI12115] Frederick Co, VA, was probably his birthplace.

[NI12125] She was probably living in Independence Co, AR, at the time of
her death.

[NI12129] She never married.

[NI12180] He lived at Carrollton, MO.

[NI12190] One record says Bledsoe Co, TN.

[NI12200] He was in the USAF.
He died in an automobile accident.

[NI12203] She belonged to the Church of Christ.

[NI12204] He belonged to the Church of Christ.

[NI12251] They lived in Springfield, IL.

[NI12253] They had no children.

[NI12255] They had no children.

[NI12256] They lived in Clarksville, TN.

[NI12257] She died young.

[NI12260] The cause of death was appendicitis.

[NI12271] They lived in Vera, IL.

[NI12277] They lived in Orangevale, CA.

[NI12290] They lived in Smiths Grove, Warren Co, KY.

[NI12362] He was listed in the 1840 Monroe Co, KY, census.

[NI12414] He served in the Revolutionary War in Virginia. He was a
resident of Henry Co, VA, at the time of his service.

[NI12455] Scott Family Bible says her name was Elizabeth Sarah Sims.

[NI12476] After their marriage Benjamin and Sarah lived in South
Carolina, where their children were born. They came to
Kentucky in 1806 and settled in the Vernon area. Benjamin had
large land holdings that were centered approximately where
McFarland Creek joins the Cumberland River.

[NI12483] Birthplace not proven.
Deathplace not proven.

[NI12487] Sometime after 1870 he moved to Dallas, TX.

[NI12488] He lived in Bowling Green, KY.

[NI12497] Lived in Franklin, KY. They had no children.

[NI12624] She died in infancy.

[NI12697] The parents of Arabelle are unknown. One source identifies her
as an orphan who was raised by Archibald and Elizabeth Potter.
It is possible that she was adopted by the Potters.

[NI12713] She never married.

[NI12809] He went to California.

[NI12815] She died young.

[NI12832] She probably died young.

[NI12846] He died at the age of 14.

[NI12860] He had no children.

[NI12868] She had no children.

[NI12900] Died at half past 3 o'clock PM.

[NI12940] They had no children.

[NI13090] John Ford was an original member of Company B, 2nd Arkansas
Mounted Rifles, enrolled on 15 Jul 1861. He was killed in the
first battle, fought on 10 Aug 1861 at Oak Hill (Wilson Creek),
Missouri.

[NI13101] He was killed by bushwackers at the close of the Civil War.
George and Rowena made their home in Pittsburg Township,
Johnson Co, Arkansas. He was a Cumberland Presbyterian
minister.

[NI13215] Possibly died in Stone Co, MO.

[NI13227] Elizabeth probably was born in Washington Co, TN, in the 1830s.
She is known to have died at the age of 8.

[NI13318] His birth place is probable, but not confirmed. He came to
Monroe(Barren) Co, KY, as a child in 1800. He was on the tax
list in Monroe Co from about 1815 to 1839. He had land that
probably was adjacent to his father's land and he also had a
town lot. No other information about him has been discovered.

[NI13329] Jeremiah moved to Daviess Co, MO about 1849. He may have lived
briefly in Buchanan Co, MO, before moving on to Claytonville
Twp, Brown Co, KS about 1856. He lived there until he died in
1875. He died while visiting Monroe Co, KY, and was buried
there.

[NI13584] They had no children.

[NI13595] Addieville Thompson had no children.

[NI13617] They had no children.

[NI13634] He lived in the Meshack area in Monroe Co.

[NI13635] She possibly was also called Amy.

[NI13647] She died young.

[NI13687] He never married.

[NI13689] He never married. One source lists his year of death as 1868.

[NI13700] He died while serving as a soldier in the War of 1812.

[NI13705] He was alive in 1886.

[NI13710] He died while a Union soldier in the Civil War.

[NI13711] He died while a Union soldier in the Civil War.

[NI13788] He was scalded to death.

[NI13883] He died young.

[NI13885] Deathplace not proven.

[NI13886] Deathplace not proven.

[NI14059] She apparently never married.

[NI14085] He probably died in infancy, since he does not appear with the
family on the 1860 and 1870 census records.

[NI14307] He died young.

[NI14489] Dsp.

[NI14490] Dsp.

[NI14513] Dsp.

[NF0041] Had three children.

[NF0282] Divorced on 9 Jun 1953.

[NF0291] They had no children.

[NF0347] They had no children.

[NF0450] They lived on Sulphur Creek, about 7.5 miles east of
Tompkinsville.

[NF0451] They lived near Hestand, KY.

[NF0678] Married by Anderson Moffett

[NF0679] Married by Anderson Moffett

[NF0744] They lived in the Pine Hill Community in Clay Co, TN.

[NF0857] They lived in Mud Lick, Monroe Co, KY.

[NF1089] Lived in Christian Co, KY after 1810.

[NF1096] Lived in St Louis, MO after marriage.

[NF1140] Lived in Christian Co, KY.

[NF1184] Marriage performed by Ellis Riggs with witnesses LJ Jenkins and
John Combs.

[NF1388] They lived in Boles, KY.

[NF1408] Lived in Jonesville, Lee Co, VA. Had 3 children, all died in
infancy. Boyd Dickenson was killed by falling from a load of
hay. He was a large man.

[NF1426] Benjamin was living in Lunenburg Co, VA, when he married Mary
Jarratt. They were living in Orange Co, NC, in 1761. About
1766 they moved with a Baptist congregation to the Fari Forest
area of Union Co, SC. They lived in Washington (now Greene)
Co, TN, from around 1777 to 1792, when they moved to Knox Co,
TN. They moved to Line Creek in Clay (then Smith) Co, TN, in
the fall of 1799. Benjamin probably died there around 1810.

[NF1441] William Rush and Jane Pennington were divorced.

[NF1481] Jane and Samuel Spear separated in the 1860s and a divorce
granted to Jane in 1872. Sam was running around with Rachel
Odle (among others).

[NF1666] They migrated to California around 1870.

[NF1738] They had no children.

[NF1761] They had no children.

[NF1764] They were divorced, probably before 1900.

[NF1822] David Truax (father of John) took his family to Adair Co, KY,
in the 1790s and then on to Preble Co, OH, around 1809. It was
probably around this time that Lucy Gee went to Preble Co from
Monroe(Cumberland), KY. Lucy
probably was taken by her sister and brother-in-law, Fannie Gee
Pottenger and Robert Pottenger.

[NF1827] There may be other children (probably younger).

[NF1831] They were divorced before 1920. In 1920 Carrie and Emma were
living with Carrie's mother in Monroe Co, KY.

[NF1852] They lived in Cleburne, TX.

[NF1893] They moved to Marion Co, TN sometime in the 1830s and to Upshur
Co, TX in the 1840s. He was killed on a cattle drive.

[NF1910] They lived in Clay Co, TX in 1880.

[NF1911] They lived in Hopkins Co, TX in 1900.

[NF2047] Divorced.

[NF2050] Divorced.

[NF2100] They left for Missouri before 1840, then went to Grayson Co,
TX, in 1849.

[NF2214] They had no children.

[NF2229] They lived in Monroe(Barren) Co, KY, until 1822. Then they
moved to Moniteau Co, MO, where they lived for the rest of
their lives.

[NF2255] Married by Elder James H Parker.

[NF2437] They lived in Macon Co, TN, in 1850.

[NF2438] They lived in Macon Co, TN, in 1850 and Monroe Co, KY, in 1860,
1870 and 1880.

[NF2448] They had a total of 6 children.

[NF2476] Marriage location not proven.

[NF2539] John Sweezy and Almira were living separately by 1900. After
that, Almira lived with one or the other of her daughters until
she died.

[NF2614] They lived in Grayson Co, TX.

[NF2620] They lived in Mulkeytown, IL.

[NF2628] They lived in Tioga, TX.

[NF2629] They lived in Walker, OK.

[NF2630] They lived in Gunter, TX.

[NF2631] They lived in Tioga, TX.

[NF2641] They lived in Collinsville, TX.

[NF2656] After the War of 1812 they moved to Monroe Co, KY, and settled
on Meshack Creek (c 1813).

[NF2706] They lived in Tompkinsville, KY.

[NF2707] They lived in Glasgow, Barren Co, KY.

[NF2846] There may have been one or more older children who are not
listed here.

[NF2931] They lived in West Virginia.

[NF2946] They had no children.

[NF2990] They had no children.

[NF3002] They had no children.

[NF3035] They had no children.

[NF3073] They lived in Roosevelt, OK.

[NF3103] They lived in Rome, OK.

[NF3240] Mary Spear and the children were living next to her father in
Jackson Co in 1860, but Redden was not listed with the family.
No other references to Redden have been found, so it is assumed
he died around 1858-60.

[NF3250] They had no children.

[NF3251] They had no children.

[NF3256] Divorced.

[NF3281] They lived in Barren Co, KY, in 1870.

[NF3447] They lived first in the Rush Point area and moved to a farm on
Big Sulphur Creek in 1922. They moved to Tompkinsville in
1955.

[NF3451] Marriage place not proven.

[NF3471] They lived in Whitewright, TX.

[NF3695] David Maines (Means) and family were living with his mother in
Monroe Co in 1860. They were not in Monroe Co after that
census year, although his mother lived there until her death in
1882.

[NF3850] They had no children.

[NF3892] They lived near Hermitage Springs, Clay Co, TN in 1986.

[NF3904] They lived in Hermitage Springs, Clay Co, TN in 1987.

[NF3906] They lived on the Old Rush Homestead, near Hermitage Springs,
Clay Co, TN in 1987.

[NF3968] They were divorced.

[NF4353] They lived in Lipan, TX, in 1958. They had no children.

[NF4355] They moved to Duquoin, IL.

[NS60591] ABBR BarrenCo Marriages

[NS60601] ABBR ClayCo Hist Bird

[NS60611] ABBR Rush notes - Peden

[NS60621] ABBR Hutt

[NS60631] ABBR Atkinson

[NS60641] ABBR Jackson Co Fam Hist

[NS60801] ABBR Plumlee

[NS60811] ABBR Means Family Hist

[NS60821] ABBR Mulkey Family Hist

[NS60831] ABBR Old Mulkey

[NS60841] ABBR Gist & Jarrett

[NS60851] ABBR LaVere

[NS60861] ABBR Death Cert KY

[NS60871] ABBR Jobe Database

[NS60881] ABBR Privett

[NS60891] ABBR Curbo

[NS60901] ABBR Virgil Sims

[NS60911] ABBR Phannenstiel

[NS60921] ABBR Cumberland, Yest&Today

[NS60931] ABBR Scott Bible

[NS60941] ABBR Rouse

[NS60951] ABBR SummerSmith

[NS60961] ABBR Moore, Virginia

[NS60971] ABBR Russell, Richard

[NS60981] ABBR E N Webb family Bible

[NS60991] ABBR History of Pope County, Arkansas V1

[NS61001] ABBR Bible Records 3

[NS61011] ABBR Hammer LDS AF

[NS61021] ABBR Phil Rhoton

[NS61031] ABBR Moody

[NS61041] ABBR Clay, Charles A

[NS61051] ABBR JKB

[NS61061] ABBR Churchyard

[NS61071] ABBR Smoky Mt Hist Soc

[NS61081] ABBR Peden Notes

[NS60271] ABBR WFT v1

[NS60281] TITL Some Descendants of EPHRAIM PENNINGTON of Rowan Co, NC,
Including Those ofPennington's Point, McDonough County,
IllinoisABBR Pennington by Jones

[NS60291] ABBR Hannah Boone

[NS60301] ABBR KS,NEast:Bio-Gen Rec

[NS60311] ABBR Hiestand-Trimble

[NS60321] ABBR Smith,Chester 03/96

[NS60331] ABBR MonroeCo Vital-Peden

[NS60341] ABBR Dicken Bible

[NS60351] ABBR Death Certificate

[NS60361] ABBR MonroeCo Vital 1852

[NS60371] ABBR Census

[NS60381] ABBR WFT v2 5941 Dudeck

[NS60391] ABBR IGI

[NS60401] ABBR ClayCo Tombstone

[NS60411] ABBR Hiestand-Moore

[NS60421] ABBR Garner, Hallie

[NS60431] TITL Buchanan County Missouri 1839-1855Computer Indexed Marriage
RecordsABBR Buch Co,MO, Marr

[NS60441] ABBR Monroe Mar 1863-1910

[NS60451] ABBR MonroeCo Marr-Headrk

[NS60461] ABBR MonroeCo Cem-Peden

[NS60471] ABBR Morse, Jemima Gee

[NS60481] ABBR Cedar Vale, KS Hist

[NS60491] ABBR MonroeCo Hist Bird

[NS60501] ABBR Moser of NC

[NS60511] ABBR Harlan Family

[NS60521] ABBR Suzzanne Hutt Files.

[NS60531] ABBR ClayCo Marr-McLerran

[NS60541] ABBR Red Boiling Springs

[NS60551] ABBR Clan McBean

[NS60561] TITL Macon County Historical Society News, Macon Co Times, Feb 17,
1994ABBR MaconCo HistSoc 1994

[NS60571] ABBR Mueller

[NS60581] TITL Letter from Thomas Tuttle Moore to George M Heard, circa
1900-1910.ABBR Letter-Moore to Heard

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