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ARVINS And ROBERTSONS Of ESTILL

C O U N T Y,

KENTUCKY

Opal Dean Arvin

Knoxville, Tennessee 1999


Copyright Š 1999 by Opal Arvin Romans All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without written permission from the author, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review. Published by: Tennessee Valley Publishing P.O. Box 52527 Knoxville, Tennessee 37950 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Catalog Number: 99-60223


For Robin and Michael and Alec and Austin


With the exception of complete dates (day-month-year) most of the birth and death records in this book are estimates from the U. S. Censuses. Complete dates were taken from a variety of sources; birth certificates-death certificates-marriage bonds-marriage licenses-pension applications-tombstonesfamily sheets-word of mouth, etc. Opal Dean Arvin


SECTION 1 C O N T E N T S of A R V I N B O O K ================================================== Arvin line of descendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1a thru 29a Symbols used in Descent line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30a INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 William Arvin of Lunsenburg County and descendants . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Sarah Arvin of Lunenburg and Surry Counties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 John Arvin of Lunenburg County and descendants . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Mordicai Arvin of Lunenburg County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 James Arvin of Lunenburg County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 In Conclusion of Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Jameson Arvin of Estill County and descendants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Thomas Green Arvin of Estill County and descendants . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Nathaniel Thornton Arvin of Estill County and family . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 John Arvin of Madison County and his family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 William Arvin of Estill County and his family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 William (Buck) Arvin of Lunenburg County, Va., and descendants . . . .80 =======================================================


PREFACE = ========================================= I hope this book will be accepted for what it is--a PRIMER on the Arvin and Robertson families of Estill County, KY. Those of you who are of historical or genealogical bent will think that there is a lot more that could have been written. I agree. My only excuse is that ‘Father Time’ caught up with me. To quote my favorite author, Charles Dickens, who wrote in his “Preface” to PICKWICK PAPERS concerning his thoughts when he had finished, “I could perhaps wish now that these chapters were strung to-gether on a stronger thread of general interest, still, they are what they were designed to be.” It will ever be my regret that I did not begin my genealogy search before the death of my Mother, who could have told me so much about the families. But since I didn’t---there will be many things which I cannot tell you. I can only urge those who are intersted in tracing their families to get busy now. There is a greater interest in preserving old records now than ever before but many of these old records have already been destroyed. I owe much to a cousin, Haynes Miller Stamper, for the material which she researched on the Arvins. Doris Robertson Neeley and Rachel Robertson Lake (who died in March 1995) helped with the Robertson line. Also thanks to Betty Kelly Thomas, for her generosity with information when I was just getting started. I thank these and the family members who furnished me with information about their families. Our people were among the first generations to come to America and their trails can be traced westward from the beaches of the Atlantic to the plains of the mid-west. They were mostly farmers who did their part in clearing the wood lands, in wars, and in populating the country, for the most part with good, honest, hard working people. Now for a word in my own defense for publishing the Robertsons before the time of David Robertson. Back to and including David we are rock-bottom solid but since I have written the part about Valentine Robertson I have heard from two opposing sources. Eddie L. Robinson of Lexington, Kentucky and Kenneth C. Wilde of San Bernardino, California. As you read the book you will see what each has to say. As the book was already written I decided to go ahead with it as written. At least if I am wrong, a new researcher will know what has been found on Valentine and can make up his or her own mind about going ahead with new material. Also due to personal reasons it is impossible for me to continue further with new research. Opal Dean Arvin


SYMBOLS USED IN THE LIST OF ARVIN DESCENANT ==================================================== 1st Generation WILLIAM ARVIN of Lunenburg County, Virginia ... 2nd Generation A., B., C., etc. Children of William Arvin 3rd Generation A-1, B-1, C-1, etc. Grandchildren of William Arvin 4th Generation [1], [2], etc. Great grandchildren 5th Generation (1), (2), etc. Great-great grandchildren 6th Generation <1>, <2>, etc. 3rd great grandchildren 7th Generation /1/, /2/, etc. 4th great grandchildren 8th Generation +1+, +2+, etc. 5th great grandchildren 9th Generation *1*, *2*, etc. 6th great grandchildren 10th Generation ^1^, ^2^, etc. 7th great grandchildren 11th Generation :1:, :2:, etc. 8th great grandchildren EXAMPLE ========== 1st. Generation 2nd Gen. B, 3rd Gen. B-1, 4th Gen. [6], 5th Gen. (1), 6th Gen.

<9>,

7th Gen. /9/, 8th Gen. +3+ 9th Gen. *1* 10th Gen. ^1^

WILLIAM ARVIN of Lunenburg County, Virginia. John Arvin, son of William Arvin. Jameson Arvin, son of John Arvin. Thomas Green Arvin, son of Jameson Arvin. Nathaniel Thornton Arvin, son of Thomas Green Arvin. Robert Christopher Arvin, son of Nathaniel Thornton Arvin. Opal Dean Arvin, daughter of Robert Christopher A. Frances Susan Romans, daughter of Opal Dean A. Robin Rubino, daughter of Frances Susan Rubino. Austin William Botchuck, son of Robin Rubino. [Austin Botchuck is a tenth generation Arvin.]

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DESCENDANTS CHART Page 1a ==================================== WILLIAM ARVIN (1700-1765) Sp-Elizabeth ----- (---- 1890) |A---SARAH ARVIN (1752-1822) | sp-William Thornton (1750-1816) | A-1---Nancy Thornton (1781-June 1863) | sp-Jameson Arvin (1775-1841) | A-2---Sarah Thornton | sp-Joseph Moreland | A-3---Elizabeth Thornton | sp-Richard Shelley | A-4---Rebecca Thornton | sp-Thomas Colvard | A-5---Polly Thornton | sp-David Childress | A-6---William Thornton | A-7---James Arvin Thornton | sp-Sarah Johnson | A-8---John Thornton | sp-Jane Slater | A-9---Thomas Thornton | sp-Betty Athan |B---JOHN ARVIN (1750-1781/2) | sp-Mary Fullilove (1752-1793) | B-1---SALLY WADE ARVIN | B-2---JAMESON ARVIN (1775-1841) | | sp-Nancy Thornton (1781-June 1863) | | [1]---MARY FRANCES (Polly) ARVIN (1803-1864) | | | sp-Samuel Murry (---- died before 1860) | | | (1)---Matilda Murry (1851 ----) | | | sp-George Reed | | | <1>--William C. Reed (1870 ----) | | | <2>--James J. Reed (1872 ----) | | | <3>--George M. Reed (1873 ----) | | | <4>--John D. Reed (1875 ----) | | | | <5>--Hiram Reed (1878 ----) | | | | <6>--Sam P. Reed (1879 ----) | | [2]---JOHN ARVIN (1805-1858) | | | sp-Sally King (1807 ----) | | | (1)---Martha Ann Arvin (1831 ----) | | | sp-Andrew Pritchett | | | (2)---William Arvin (1833 ----)


DESCENDANT CHART Page 2 a ===================================== | | | (3)---Robert Arvin (---- 1890) | | | | sp-Mattie Jane Sandifer | | | | <1>--Denward Arvin (1886 ----) | | | | /1/--Ruth Arvin | | | | sp ---- Jones | | | | <2>--John Arvin (1888 ----) | | | (4)---Joseph Arvin (1837 ----) | | | (5)---John Arvin (1839 ----) | | | (6)---Jameson Arvin (1841 ----) | | | (7)---Demaries Arvin (1843 ----) | | | | sp-Taylor Pritchett | | | (8)---Samuel Arvin (1845 - died in Civil War) | | | (9)---Zachery Arvin (1847 ----) | | | (10)---Emily Arvin (1849 ----) | | [3]---NATHANIEL DACUS ARVIN (1807-1879) | | | sp-1-Lucinda Barker (1818-1851) | | | sp-2-Nancy Reed | | | (1)---Nancy M. Arvin (1848 ----) | | | sp-Simpson Ashcraft | | [4]---JAMESON ARVIN, Jr. (1812-1841) | | | sp-Sarah Tubbs (1815-1888) | | | (1)---Jesse T. Arvin (1836 ----) | | | | sp-Sally Ann Freeman (1848-1886) | | | | <1>---William Jamerson Arvin (1866-1939) | | | | <2>---Mariah Catharene Arvin (1868-1869) | | | | <3>---Anna Frances Arvin (1870-1937) | | | | <4>---Manerva Ann Arvin (1872-1960) | | | | <5>---Ambrose Jesse Arvin (1875-1954) | | | | <6>---John Henry Arvin (1877-1949) | | | | <7>---Ada Jane Arvin (1880-1965) | | | | <8>---Sarah Tennessee Arvin (1881 ----) | | | | <9>---James Madison Arvin (1884-1939) | | | | <10>---Moab Freeman Arvin (1886-1886) | | | (2)---Jamerson Arvin 111 (1838-1924) | | | | sp-Melissa Witt (---- 1891) | | | | <1>---Sara Jane Arvin (1862-1922) | | | | sp-(Reps?) Arvin | | | | /1/---Ella Arvin | | | | /2/---Omar Arvin (1891 ----) | | | | /3/---S. Banks Arvin (1895-1918) | | | | /4/---Bryan Arvin (1897 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 3 a ====================================== | | | | | /5/---Melissa Arvin (1899----) | | | | | /6/---Mary Arvin (1901----) | | | | | /7/---Mike Arvin (1904----) | | | | | /8/--- Patric Arvin (905----) | | | | | /9/---Thomas Arvin (1908 ----) | | | | | +1+---David Arvin | | | | | +2+---Paul Arvin | | | | | +3+---Malcolm Arvin | | | | | +4+---Tim Arvin | | | | | +5+---Sarah Nell Arvin | | | | <2>---Jameson Arvin | | | | <3>---William Jesse Arvin | | | | <4>---Nancy Ann Arvin (1875-1964) | | | | | sp-Henry Clark Todd (---- 1937) | | | | | /1/---Elliot Todd (1901 ----) | | | | | /2/---Chester Todd (1904 ----) | | | | | /3/---Raymond Todd (1906 ----) | | | | | /4/---Ross Todd (1909 ----) | | | | | /5/---Grace Todd | | | | <5>---Margaret (Maggie) Arvin | | | | sp-Robert Witt | | | | <6>---Susan Arvin (1878-1969) | | | | sp-Frank Cobb | | | | <7>---LittleBerry Arvin (1881-1956) | | | | <8>---Joseph S. Arvin | | | | <9>---G. Arvin | | | | <10>---Christopher Arvin | | | (3)---William Bartlett Arvin (1841-1890) | | | | sp-Mariah Landreth (1842-1916) | | | | <1>---Amy Catherine Arvin | | | | sp-Charles Baker | | | | <2>---Alice Arvin | | | | sp-Ed Smith | | | | /1/---Paul Smith | | | | <3>---Sarah Margaret Arvin | | | | sp-Dick Hoard | | | | /1/---Candice Hoard | | | | <4>---Melissa Arvin | | | | sp-J. W. Campbell | | | | /1/---Flossie Campbell | | | | /2/---Mayree Campbell


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 4 a ====================================== | | | | /3/---Bruce Campbell | | | | <5>---John Spencer Arvin | | | | sp-Lou (Cave?) | | | | <6>---Lewis Butler Arvin | | | | sp-1-Eva Lena Tandy | | | | sp-2-Annie Newcome | | | | /1/---Brandos Arvin | | | | /2/---Elizabeth Arvin | | | | /3/---Robert Lewis Arvin | | | | <7>--Jesse B. Arvin (1874 ----) | | | | | sp-Elizabeth Ermine Rice | | | | | /1/---Eva Lena Arvin | | | | | /2/---Rebecca Arvin | | | | | /3/---Mary Catherine Arvin (1910 ----) | | | | | sp-Lloyd Kelly | | [5]---DAVIS ARVIN (1813-1871) | | | sp-1-Catherine Wells | | | sp-2-Hester Brandenburg Warren | | | sp-3-Frances King | | | (1)---Nancy Arvin (1838/9 ----) | | | sp-Hiram Lunsford | | | (2)---Susan Catherine Arvin (1843-1876) | | | sp-John Shelton Crow | | | <1>---George Davis Crow (1862 ----) | | | | <2>---Jonah Jesse Crow (1865-1945) | | | | sp-Melissa Ann Arvin (1866-1951) | | | | <3>---Fannie Alice Crow (1870 ----) | | | | <4>---Nancy Rebecca Crow (1873 ----) | | | | <5>---Hester Ann Crow (1876 ----) | | | <6>---Shelton Allen Crow (1878 ----) | | | (3)---Desdamonia Arvin (1844 ----) | | | sp-Granville Ashcraft | | | (4)---Jonah Arvin (1847 ----) | | | (5)---Fanny Arvin (1853 ----) | | | sp-Daniel Miller | | | (6)---Jesse Arvin (1857 ----) | | [6]---THOMAS GREEN ARVIN (1815-1891/2) | | | sp-Nancy Fowler (1820-1885) | | | (1)---Nathaniel Thornton Arvin (1840-1926) | | | sp-1-Sarah Ann Alcorn (---- 1864) | | | sp-2-Elizabeth Peters (1848-1919)


DESCENDANT CHART Page 5 a =========================================== | | | | <1>---Nannie J. Arvin (1860-1862/3) | | | | <2>---Thomas Franklin Arvin (1862-1903) | | | | sp-Alice Peters (1864-1948) | | | | /1/---Jonas Arvin (1887----) | | | | sp-1- Nancy Margaret Fox | | | | sp-2 - Nanny Chaney Watson | | | | /2/---Nathaniel Thornton Arvin (1889 ----) | | | | sp-1 - Katie Fox | | | | sp-2 - Birtha Richardson | | | | /3/---Aaron Monroe Arvin (1890 ----) | | | | sp-Minnie Carroll | | | | /4/---Mary Ann Arvin (1892-1908) | | | | /5/---Nancy Margaret Arvin (1894 ----) | | | | sp-Noah Wells | | | | /6/---Robert C. Arvin (1897-1984) | | | | sp-Lillie Sparks | | | | /7/---Thomas Franklin Arvin, Jr. (1899 ----) | | | | <3>---Melissa Ann Arvin (1866-1951) | | | | sp-Jonah Jesse Crow (1865-1945) | | | | | /1/---Charles Franklin Crow (1887-1958) | | | | | sp-Etta Carrol | | | | | +1+---Tandy Crow (1909-1909) | | | | | | +2+---Ethel Crow (1911-1952) | | | | | | sp-Elmer Chaney | | | | | | +3+---Lewis Crow 1914 ----) | | | | | | sp-Bessie Howel | | | | | | +4+---Edward Crow (1916 ----) | | | | | | sp-Molly Blevens | | | | | | +5+---William Martin Crow (1918 ----) | | | | | | sp-Marie Fletcher | | | | | | +6+---Lucy Ann Crow (1921 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Roscoe Blevins | | | | | | sp-2-Albert Brandenburg | | | | | | +7+---Clement Franklin Crow (1923 ---) | | | | | | sp-1-Callie Brinegar | | | | | | sp-2-Lois Horn | | | | | | sp-3- --- Miller | | | | | | +8+---Dorothy Frances Crow (1925-1925) | | | | | | +9+---Jesse Carvolin Crow (1926 ----) | | | | | | sp-Dorothy Prosser | | | | | | +10+---James Herbert Crow (1928 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 6 a ============================================ | | | | | | sp-Dorothy Broadus Benton | | | | | | +11+---Fannie Margaret Crow (1931 ----) | | | | | | sp-Arlie Lee Brandenburg | | | | | | +12+---Dessie Mae Crow (1935 ----) | | | | | | sp-James Ray Stone | | | | | | +13+---Geraldine Crow (1937 ----) | | | | | | sp-Dewy Eldon Cole | | | | | /2/---Nathaniel Shelton Crow (1889-1966) | | | | | sp-Sarah Bell Lamb (1890-1968) | | | | | +1+---William Crow (1910-1910) | | | | | | +2+---Vilie Mae Crow (1912 ----) | | | | | | +3+---Georgia Emily Crow (1915 ----) | | | | | | sp-Vardy Jones | | | | | | +4+---Mary Catherine Crow (1919 ----) | | | | | | sp-Johnny B. Jones | | | | | | +5+---Gladys Marie Crow (1922 ----) | | | | | | sp-Vernon Perry | | | | | | +6+---Donna Cole Crow (1923 ----) | | | | | | sp-J. B. Collins | | | | | | +7+---Mitchell Dawson Crow (1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-Christeen Stone | | | | | | +8+---Ollie Ann Crow (1925 ----) | | | | | | sp-Earl Hahn | | | | | | +9+---Monta Pearl Crow (1926 ----) | | | | | | sp-Alex Jones | | | | | | +10+---James Malcolm Crow (1927 ----) | | | | | | sp-Wilma Elswick | | | | | /3/---Idamae Crow (1894-1964) | | | | | sp-Enoch Stamper (1894 ----) | | | | | +1+---Enoch Stamper, III (1916 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Myrtle Tudor | | | | | sp-2-Isabelle Arrowood | | | | | | +2+---Delbertia Stamper (1917 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Ray Ingram | | | | | | sp-2-Frank Marcum | | | | | | +3+---Jesse B. Stamper (1920 ----) | | | | | | sp-Carrie Lonnaker | | | | | | +4+---Virgie Leon Stamper (1921 ----) | | | | | | sp-Edith Embree | | | | | | +5+---Ann Margaret Stamper (1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Prentiss Roberts


DESCENDANT CHART Page 7 a =========================================== | | | | | | sp-2-Woodrow Davis | | | | | | +6+---Velma Fay Stamper (1927 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Troy Neal | | | | | | sp-2-Lewis Allen | | | | | | +7+---Sarah Alene Stamper (1929 ----) | | | | | | sp-Scott Neal | | | | | | +8+---Virginia Lee Stamper (1933-1933) | | | | | /4/---Nettie Margaret Crow (1896-1988) | | | | | | sp-James M. Miller (1889-1956) | | | | | | +1+---Hazel Miller (1914-1937) | | | | | | sp-Cleveland J. Angel (1914-1976) | | | | | | *1*---Jerry L. Angel (1938-1938) | | | | | | +2+---Hargis Miller (1916 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Dorothy M. Brinegar (1923-1966) | | | | | | sp-2-Betty Henry | | | | | | *1*---Lois Ann Miller (1941 ----) | | | | | | sp-Byron Hawkins | | | | | | *2*---Hargis Miller, Jr. (1947 ----) | | | | | | sp-Annette Henery | | | | | | *3*---Christopher A. Miller | | | | | | +3+---Haynes Miller (1919 ----) | | | | | | sp-Alex Stamper (1917-1986) | | | | | | *1*---Billy D. Stamper (1940 ----) | | | | | | | sp-Thelma Winkler (1941 ----) | | | | | | | ^1^---Delores Stamper (1965) | | | | | | | ^2^---John Stamper (1966) | | | | | | | ^3^---Weldon Stamper (1971) | | | | | | | ^4^---Tyrone Stamper (1971) | | | | | | | ^5^---Billy Stamper,Jr. (1979) | | | | | | | *2*---Raymond G. Stamper (1942 ----) | | | | | | | sp-Lisa Stakelbeck (1953 ----) | | | | | | | ^1^---Alicia Stamper (1975) | | | | | | | *3*---Margaret Stamper (1944) | | | | | | | sp-Billy Ray Dunn (1939) | | | | | | | ^1^---Kevin Dunn (1969) | | | | | | | sp-Tina Marie Morrison | | | | | | | :1:---Kevin R. Dunn, Jr., (1987 ----) | | | | | | :2:---Jason C. Dunn (1988 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Herald Miller (1921-1986) | | | | | | sp-Annamae Gross (1929 ----) | | | | | | *1*---Ruth Miller (1957 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 8a ============================================ | | | | | | sp-Elden Rodgers | | | | | | *2*---Deborah L. Miller (1959 ----) | | | | | | | sp-Mike Davis | | | | | | | *3*---Stephen J. Miller (1961 ----) | | | | | | | *4*---Daniel H. Miller (1963 ----) | | | | | | +5+---Herbert Miller (1925-1944) WW 11 | | | | | | +6+---Farrel Gene Miller 1933 ----) | | | | | | sp-Verneda M. Flynn (1936 ----) | | | | | | | *1*---Aubrey B. Miller (1956 ----) | | | | | | | *2*---Sheila J. Miller (1957 ----) | | | | | | | *3*---James W. Miller (1960 ----) | | | | | | | *4*---Alex F. Miller (1963 ----) | | | | | | | *5*---Verneda J. Miller (1967 ----) | | | | | | | *6*---Samuel K. Miller (1970 ----) | | | | | /5/---Minnie Frances Crow (1899-1985) | | | | | sp-James Johnson (---- 1981) | | | | | | +1+---James Olis Johnson (1918 ----) | | | | | | sp-Joyce M. Millson (England) | | | | | | +2+---Anna Jesse Johnson (1920 ----) | | | | | | sp-Robert Tuggle (---- 1970) | | | | | | +3+---Nancy William Johnson (1923 ----) | | | | | | sp-Maurice Wilson, Jr. | | | | | | +4+---Claud Douglas Johnson (1925 ----) | | | | | | sp-Betty Grotto | | | | | | +5+---Nora Etta Johnson (1927 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-David Quckett | | | | | | sp-2 ---- Kennedy | | | | | | +6+---Laura Alice Johnson (1929 ----) | | | | | | sp-William Revelle | | | | | /6/---Christopher McKinney Crow (1901-1959) | | | | | sp-Florence Williams (1905 ----) | | | | | | +1+---Lena Mae Crow (1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-Jay Browning | | | | | | +2+---Jesse Clark Crow (1925 ----) | | | | | | sp-Sylvia Lee | | | | | | +3+---Charles Curtis Crow (1929 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Clifton McKinney Crow (1932 ----) | | | | | | +5+---James Russel Crow (1939 ----) | | | | | | sp-Betty Smith | | | | | | +6+---Billy Dean Crow (1935 ----) | | | | | | +7+---Paul Crow (1941 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 9a ============================================ | | | | | | sp-Louise Lowe | | | | | | +8+---Pauline Crow (1941 ----) | | | | | | sp-James Horn | | | | | /7/---Emma Jane Crow (1904-1977) | | | | | sp-James Claud Shean (---- 1942) | | | | | | +1+---Alma Frances Shean (1925 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-William Horn | | | | | | sp-2-Columbus Gray | | | | | | sp-3-Earnest Riddle | | | | | | +2+---Alene Shean (1926 ----) | | | | | | sp-Arthur Damarell | | | | | | +3+---James Clifford Shean (1934-1935) | | | | | | +4+---Gordon Edward Shean (1939 ----) | | | | | | sp-Elaine Winburn | | | | | | +5+---Ida Lois Shean (1942 ----) | | | | | | sp-Preston Horn | | | | | /8/---William Andrew Crow (1908 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Rosanna Crow (4th cousin) | | | | | sp-2-Ethel White | | | | <4>---Mary Jane Arvin (1867-1930) | | | | sp-Irvine Jamison (1830-1920) | | | | | /1/---Betty Jamison (1889 ----) | | | | | sp-William Lamb | | | | | /2/---Nettie Jamison (1893 ----) | | | | | sp-Claud Harris | | | | | /3/---Jesse Jamison (1896 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Rhoda Lynch | | | | | sp-2-Mary McKinney | | | | | sp-3-Rose Baily | | | | | /4/---Hume Jamison (1906 ----) | | | | | /5/---Nathaniel Jamison (died young) | | | | | /6/---Lou Anna Jamison (died young) | | | | | /7/---Tandy Jamison (died young) | | | | <5>---Nancy Elizabeth Arvin (1869-1939) | | | | sp-Frank Patterson Robertson (1858-1931) | | | | [For the members of this family see | | | | Frank Patterson Robertson in the | | | | ROBERTSON Section] | | | | <6>---James Arvin (1871-1871) [James and Fannie | | | | <7>---Fannie B. Arvin (1871-1871) were twins] | | | | <8>---Jonas Arvin (1872-1946)


DESCENDANT CHART Page 10a ========================================== | | | | sp-Tabitha Jane Fox (1778-1960) | | | | | /1/---Florence Arvin (1896-1984) | | | | | sp-Aaron (Hopper) Horn | | | | | /2/---Hiram K. Arvin (1898-1982) | | | | | sp-Lucy Newman | | | | | /3/---Elizabeth Ann Arvin (1901-1915) | | | | | sp-Cletis Mayes | | | | | /4/---Joe Daniel Arvin (1903 ----) | | | | | sp-Emma Watson | | | | | /5/---Jessie Thomas Arvin (1906 ----) | | | | | sp-Allie Morris | | | | | /6/---James (Jimmy) Arvin (1908 ----) | | | | | sp-1st-Pearl Allen | | | | | 2nd-Anna Bingham | | | | | | +1+---Jeanette Arvin | | | | | +2+---James Arvin, Jr. | | | | | /7/---Algin Arvin (1910 ----) | | | | | /8/---Herbert Arvin (1914-1980) | | | | | sp-Manerva Stamper | | | | | /9/---Emma Arvin (1915 ----) | | | | | sp-1st-Charles Sparks | | | | | 2nd-Cordie Reece | | | | | /10/---Carl Arvin (1917-1979) | | | | | sp-Fanny Barnes | | | | | +1+---Carl Arvin, Jr. | | | | <9>---Robert Christopher Arvin (1875-1948) | | | | sp-1st-Ada Step (1880-1914) | | | | 2nd-Mary Susan Robertson (1880-1962) | | | | /1/---Nathaniel Arvin 1895-1977) | | | | sp-Agnes Cox (1898-1946) | | | | | +1+---Vella Arvin (1917 ----) | | | | | | +2+---Golda Arvin | | | | | | +3+---Edward Arvin (1919 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Anna May Arvin (1921 ----) | | | | | | +5+---Edna Arvin | | | | | | +6+---Lola E. Arvin (1925 ----) | | | | | | +7+---Lana Sue Arvin (1927 ----) | | | | | | +8+---Luther Arvin (1933 ----) | | | | | | +9+---Cressy Helen Arvin (1935 ----) | | | | | /2/---Elizabeth Arvin (1896-1952) | | | | | sp-Simpson Canter (1885-1960)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 11a =========================================== | | | | | +1+---Edessa Canter | | | | | | +2+---Christopher T. Canter (1918 ----) | | | | | | +3+---Luther Canter (1919-1919) | | | | | | +4+---Birtha Canter (1922 ----) | | | | | | +5+---Pocahontas Canter (1924-1990) | | | | | | +6+---Cecil Canter | | | | | | +7+---Rachel Edie Canter (1927 ----) | | | | | | +8+---Jessie Fern Canter (1929 ----) | | | | | | +9+---Hazel B. Canter (1934 ----) | | | | | /3/---Abiga (Bige) Arvin (1899-1978) | | | | | sp-1st-Lena Shepard (1902-1920) | | | | | 2nd-Ollie Puckett (1904-1988) | | | | | +1+---Dorothy May Arvin (1922 ----) | | | | | | sp-Edward A. Lloyd | | | | | | +2+---Rosiland Irene Arvin (1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-Virgil Lloyd, Jr. | | | | | | +3+---Walter Arvin (1925-1978) | | | | | | sp-Bernice Portwood | | | | | | +4+---Nina Ruth Arvin (1927 ----) | | | | | | sp-Tracy Isaacs | | | | | | +5+---Norma Jean Arvin (1929 ----) | | | | | | sp-Henry Reeves | | | | | | +6+---Charles Scott Arvin (1930-1979) | | | | | | sp-1st-Shirley Gross | | | | | | 2n-Betty Coy | | | | | | +7+---Wanda Lee Arvin (1932 ----) | | | | | | sp-James Ray Cooper | | | | | | +8+---Franklin Delano Arvin | | | | | | sp-Margaret Durbin | | | | | | +9+---Sheryl Belene Arvin | | | | | | sp-Robert Sparks | | | | | /4/---Edie Arvin (1902-1928) | | | | | sp-James Wesley Lamb (1896-1964) | | | | | +1+---Embry Lamb (1918-1919) | | | | | | +2+---Herman Christopher Lamb (1920 ----) | | | | | | sp-Hazel Aines (1924 ----) | | | | | | *1*---Albert W. Lamb (1946 ----) | | | | | | sp-Judy G. Wells (1946 ----) | | | | | | | ^1^---Gary F. Lamb (1964 ----) | | | | | | | ^2^---Kathy Lamb (1965 ----) | | | | | | | sp-Tim Banta


DESCENDANT CHART Page 12a ================================================================ | | | | | +3+---George Brock Lamb (1922-1981) | | | | | | sp-Hazel Wagers (1923 ----) | | | | | | *1*---George Brock Lamb, Jr. (1943) | | | | | | sp-Elizabeth Ann Judd (1946) | | | | | | | *2*---Anthony Cecil Lamb (1946 ----) | | | | | | sp-Sandra Billings (1946 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Bessie Marie Lamb (1924 ----) | | | | | sp-Vernon Evans (1917 ----) | | | | | *1*---Linda K. Evans (1949) | | | | | sp-Leroy Golden (1950) | | | | | ^1^---Dena Marie Golden | | | | | ^2^---Evan Lee Golden | | | | | *2*---Kimberly Jane Evans (1950) | | | | | sp-David Burns (1950) | | | | | ^1^---Christopher D. Burns (1982) | | | | | +5+Pliny Agnes Lamb (1928-1928) | | | | | /5/---Rachel Ann Arvin (1908-1986) | | | | | sp-William Dawes (1982-1974) | | | | | +1+---Floyd Dawes (1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-Edna Billings | | | | | | *1*---Edward Lee Dawes | | | | | | | sp-1-Donna Herman | | | | | | | sp-2-Mary Berry | | | | | | | | ^1^---Kimberly Dawes (1963) | | | | | | | | ^2^---Mark E. Dawes (1973) | | | | | | | | ^3^---Christopher B. Dawes | | | | | | | (1975) | | | | | | | *2*---Myra Joyce Dawes | | | | | | | sp-Ernest Dean Snyder | | | | | | | | ^1^---Tammy R. Snyder (1964) | | | | | | | | ^2^---Shauna Snyder (1971) | | | | | | | *3*---Karen Michelle Dawes | | | | | | | sp-Phillip Thompson Colley | | | | | | | | ^1^---Phillip T. Colley (1975) | | | | | | | | ^2^---Brendan E. Colley (1976) | | | | | | | | ^3^---Ryan P. Colley (1981) | | | | | | +2+---Evelyn Dawes (1926 ----) | | | | | | sp-Ben F. Griffin (1924-1991) | | | | | | *1*---Larry F. Griffin (1947 ----) | | | | | | sp-Patsy Bogic | | | | | | | ^1^---Danena Griffin (1974)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 13a ================================================================ | | | | | | | *2*---Alma Sue Griffin (1950) | | | | | | | sp-Richard Witt | | | | | | | ^1^---Regina Sue Witt (1973) | | | | | | | *3*---Carolyn Griffin (1958-1958) | | | | | | | *4*---Ben F. Griffin, Jr., (1961) | | | | | | +3+---Thelma O'Dean Dawes (1932 ----) | | | | | | sp-Raymond Hawkins | | | | | | *1*---Anna Pearl Hawkins (1977) | | | | | | | sp-David E. Waite | | | | | | | ^1^---Steven F. Waite (1979) | | | | | | | ^2^---Billie G. Waite (1981) | | | | | | | ^3^---Jack T. Waite (1984) | | | | | | | *2*---Debra Rae Hawkins (1974 ----) | | | | | | | sp-Joseph Franklin Gregory | | | | | | | ^1^---Thelma L. Gregory (1977) | | | | | | | ^2^---Joseph F. Gregory (1979) | | | | | | | ^3^---Amanda F. Gregory (1982) | | | | | | | *3*---Barbara Jean Hawkins | | | | | | | sp-William Barnett Worthington | | | | | | | ^1^---Robert Allen Worthington | | | | | | | (1989 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Mattie Bea Dawes (1934 ----) | | | | | | sp-Henry Johnson (---- 1991) | | | | | | *1*---Sally Ann Johnson | | | | | | | sp-Donald Poe | | | | | | | ^1^---Leslie A. Poe (1978) | | | | | | | ^2^---Donald Poe, Jr. (1981) | | | | | | | ^3^---Johnathan Poe (1988) | | | | | | *2*---Jackie Larue Johnson | | | | | | +5+---Elizabeth (Shirley) Dawes (1937) | | | | | | sp-Leonard Hardy (1934 ----) | | | | | | | *1*---David Lee Hardy | | | | | | | sp-Debonda Newton | | | | | | | ^1^---David Hardy, Jr. (1984) | | | | | | | *2*---Jefforey Hardy | | | | | | | sp-Janet Newton | | | | | | | ^1^---Christopher Hardy (1983) | | | | | | | ^2^---Brandy D. Hardy (1987) | | | | | | | *3*---Gerald Hardy | | | | | | | *4*---Debra Lynn Hardy | | | | | | | sp-Kenneth Bishop


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 14 a =========================================== | | | | | ^1^---Casey R. Bishop (1988) | | | | | +6+---William (Billy) Dawes (1946 ----) | | | | | sp-Dorothy Shoemaker | | | | | ^1^---daughter | | | | | +7+---Robert (Bobby) Joseph Dawes (1948) | | | | | sp-Carolyn Turpin | | | | | ^1^---daughter | | | | | /9/---Opal Dean Arvin (1918 ----) | | | | | sp-Edward Frank Romans (1917 ----) | | | | | +1+---Frances Susan Romans (1951) | | | | | sp-Joseph Rubino (1949) | | | | | *1*---Robin Rubino (1977) | | | | | sp-Anthony Botchuck | | | | | ^1^---Austin William Botchuck (1995) | | | | | *2*---Michael Harry Rubino (1978) | | | | | +2+---Sarah Elizabeth Romans (1952) | | | | | sp-Patric McKinney Donahue (1950) | | | | | *1*---Alec McKinney Donahue (1987) | | | | | /10/---Luther Marcum Arvin (1921-1989) | | | | | sp-1-Geneva Rose (1923 ----) | | | | | sp-2-Lillian Jean Manna (1934 ----) | | | | | +1+---Mary Ann Arvin (1940 ----) | | | | | | sp-Joe Brostek (1940 ----) | | | | | | | *1*---Joe Brostek, Jr. (1959 ----) | | | | | | | *2*---Anthony Luther Brostek (1960) | | | | | | | *3*---Jessica Brostek (1966 ----) | | | | | | | *4*---Rebecca Brostek (1970 ----) | | | | | | +2+---Thelma Arvin (1942-1967) | | | | | | sp-Robert Holmes | | | | | | *1*---Robert Holmes, Jr. (1961 ----) | | | | | | sp-Jeanette B. -----| | | | | | ^1^---Nicholas Holmes (1982) | | | | | | | | ^2^---Dion R. Holmes (1985) | | | | | | | ^3^---Crystal Holmes (1987) | | | | | | | *2*---Theodore Marcum Holmes (1961) | | | | | | | sp-Lisa M. ------| | | | | | | ^1^---Justin Holmes | | | | | | | *3*---Tanya Holmes (1963 ----) | | | | | | +3+---Donna Arvin (1945 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-James Peel | | | | | | sp-2-Jay Martin


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 15a ========================================= | | | | | | | *1*---David Peel (1961 ----) | | | | | | | *2*---Donald Peel (1961 ----) | | | | | | | *3*---Denise Peel (1964 ----) | | | | | | | *4*---Tara Martin (1970 ----) | | | | | | +4+---Debra Arvin (1970 ----) | | | | <10>---Susan Emeline Arvin (1877-1917) | | | | sp-James D. King | | | | /1/---Archy Henry King (1895 ----) | | | | | sp-Stanley Tuggle | | | | | | +1+---Millard King | | | | | | +2+---Ancil King | | | | | | +3+---Susan King | | | | | /2/---Fannie King (1897 ----) | | | | | sp-Dillard Morris | | | | | +1+---Dillard Morris, Jr. | | | | | /3/---Zella King (1899 ----) | | | | | sp-T. J. Morris | | | | | /4/---James King (1902 ----) | | | | | /5/---Martha King (1904 ----) | | | | | sp-James H. Flynn | | | | | /6/---Grace King (1906 ----) | | | | | sp-Jim Ingram | | | | | sp-Miles Gully | | | | | /7/---Lelia King (1908 ----) | | | | | sp-John Reece | | | | | /8/---William King (1910 ----) | | | | | sp-Jane Reece | | | | | /9/---Pleas King | | | | <11>---Louisa Thornton Arvin (1880-after 1925) | | | | sp-Allen Fox (1875 ----) | | | | /1/---Elizabeth Fox (1901 ----) | | | | | /2/---Mattie L. Fox (1903 ----) | | | | | sp-Frank Anderson | | | | | /3/---Willie B. Fox (1905 ----) | | | | | /4/---George B. Fox (1906 ----) | | | | | /5/---Jonah C. Fox (1909 ----) | | | | <12>---George W. Arvin (1882-1886) [diptheria] | | | | <13>---Nathaniel Green Arvin (1884-1978) | | | | sp-Sarah Harris (1887-1964) | | | | /1/---Lawrence Arvin (1904 ----) | | | | | sp-Margaret Lunsford


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 16a ======================================= | | | | | /2/---Andrew Arvin (1906-1980) | | | | | +1+---Hatty Arvin | | | | | | +2+---Hetty Arvin | | | | | | +3+---Opal Arvin | | | | | +4+---Scotty Arvin | | | | | /3/---Millard Arvin (1907-1979) | | | | | /4/---Margaret (Maggie) Arvin (1909-1963) | | | | | sp-Millard Johnson | | | | | /5/---Herbert Arvin (1912 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Hannah Horn | | | | | sp-2-Lorena Jones Gabbard | | | | | /6/---Nathaniel Arvin (1914 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Edith Horn | | | | | sp-2-Margaret ----| | | | | | +1+---Vicky Arvin | | | | | | +2+---Edith Arvin | | | | | | +3+---G. B. Arvin | | | | | | +4+---Nathaniel Arvin, III | | | | | | +5+---Mary Ann Arvin | | | | | | +6+---Ruby Jean Arvin | | | | | | +7+---Scotty Arvin | | | | | | +8+---Kevin Arvin | | | | | | +9+---Tony Arvin | | | | | +10+---Betty Arvin | | | | | /7/---Freddy Arvin (1916 ----) | | | | | /8/---William Arvin (1918 ----) | | | | | /9/---Trefford Arvin (1921 ----) | | | | | /10/---Lillian Arvin (1923/4 ----) | | | | sp-Avery Harris | | | | <14>---Mattie Alice Arvin (1887-1961) | | | | sp-Marshall B. Richardson (1879-1959) | | | | <15>---Edie Margaret Arvin (1889-1925) | | | | sp-Millard Seth Edwards (1882-1953) | | | | /1/---Mattie Lee Edwards (1910 ----) | | | | /2/---Geneva Edwards (1914 ----) | | | | sp-Leroy Fletcher (1921 ----) | | | | +1+---Nancy Elizabeth Fletcher | | | | +2+---Edith Raye Fletcher | | | | /3/---Ray Edwards (1916-1937) | | | | /4/---James Edwards (1918-1970) | | | | sp-Helen Fletcher


DESCENDANT CHART Page 17a ======================================== | | | | | | +1+---Ronald Lee Edwards | | | | | | +2+---Lois Kay Edwards | | | | | +3+---Clinton Ray Edwards | | | | | /5/---Ronald Edwards (1921 ----) | | | | | sp-Sylvania Coin (1932 ----) | | | | | /6/---Vivan Norwood Edwards (1923 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Elmer Isaacs | | | | | sp-2-Chester Rose (1958 ----) | | | | | | +1+---Alice Faye Isaacs | | | | | | +2+---Vivan Louise Isaacs | | | | | | +3+---Millard Ray Rose | | | | | | +4+---Cynthia Norwood Rose | | | | | | +5+---Lucy May Rose | | | (2)---Jane Arvin (1842-after 1910) | | | sp-George Harris (1830-1885) | | | <1>---Jimmy K. Harris (1866-1937) | | | | sp-Sarah Bell Crawford (---- 1940)) | | | | | /1/---Thomas Jefferson Harris (1889 ----) | | | | | /2/---Neil Harris (1902 ----) | | | | | /3/---Minnie Harris | | | | | /4/---Ted Harris | | | | <2>---William A. Harris (1868 ----) | | | | sp-Laura Bell Brinegar | | | | | /1/---Hobart Harris (1897 ----) | | | | | /2/---Jane Harris (1899 ----) | | | | | /3/---Hattie Harris (1902 ----) | | | | | /4/---Luther Harris (1906 ----) | | | | | /5/---George Harris | | | | <3>---Nancy Harris (1870-1940) | | | | sp-James D. Young | | | | /1/---Ambrose Young | | | | <4>---Thomas Jefferson Harris (1871 ----) | | | | sp-Josie Conrad | | | | /1/---Florence Edith Harris (1896-1973) | | | | | sp-Blurton (Burton?) | | | | | +1+---Ellen Opal Witherspoon Blurton | | | | | +2+---Benny Mildard Blurton | | | | | /2/---James Franklin Harris | | | | | sp-Lou L. Kitchen | | | | | +1+---Jessie Harris (1917 ----) | | | | | /3/---Maggie Mae Harris (1899 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 18a ============================================ | | | | | sp-John Thomas Jenkins (1927 ----) | | | | | | +1+---Vida Leona Jenkins (1919-1968) | | | | | | Sp-Ted Wade | | | | | | +2+---Dorothy Ellen Jenkins 1924 ----) | | | | | | sp-Bill Winters | | | | | | +3+---Florence Marie Jenkins (1927 --) | | | | | | sp-Bob Gill | | | | | | +4+---Johnnie Delores Jenkins (1932 -) | | | | | | sp-Anthony Sciartino | | | | | /4/---Johnny Arvin Harris (1909 ----) | | | | | | sp-Lucy Baer | | | | | | +1+---Rowens Harris | | | | | | +2+---Irene Harris | | | | | | +3+---Douglas Harris | | | | | /5/---Thomas Jefferson Harris, Jr. | | | | | sp-Patience Miller | | | | | /6/---Clarence Elmer Harris | | | | | /7/---Ruth Alyene Harris (1918 ----) | | | | | sp-1-Fred Wade | | | | | sp-2-Herbert Halter | | | | <6>---John Harris (1876-1922) | | | | | sp-1-Marion Isaac Gray | | | | | sp-2-Nannie Dunn | | | | | /1/---James Harris | | | | | sp-Allie Metcalf | | | | | +1+---Avery Harris | | | | | | sp-Lillian Arvin | | | | | | +2+---Everette Harris | | | | | | sp- ---- Cox | | | | | | +3+---Orville Harris | | | | | sp-Hattie Arvin | | | | | /2/---Jane Harris | | | | | sp-John Wilke Fike | | | | | +1+---Joe Fike | | | | | | sp-Jessie Goe | | | | | | +2+---Neal Fike | | | | | | +3+---Lucinda Fike | | | | | sp-1-Herman Newton | | | | | sp-2-Orville Newton | | | | | /3/---Arty Harris (1912 ----) | | | | | /4/---Robert Harris (1910 ----) | | | | | /5/---Lillian Harris (1912 ----)


DESCENDANT CHART Page 19a ====================================== | | | | | /5/---Lillian Harris (1912 ----) | | | | | sp-James Griffin | | | | | /6/---Nettie Harris (1915 ----) | | | | | sp-Roscoe Miller | | | | | /7/---Herbert Harris (1917 ----) | | | | <7>---Clarence Harris (1877-after 1957) | | | | sp-Julia F. Johnson (1878-1957) | | | | | /1/---George Harris (1901 ----) | | | | | /2/---Gladys Harris (1903 ----) | | | | | /3/---Claudia Harris (1905 ----) | | | | | /4/---Nannie Harris (1908 ----) | | | | /5/---Connie Harris (1910 ----) | | | | <8>---Pryse Harris (1880-1914) | | | | sp-Minerva Rader (---- 1947) | | | | | /1/---Strandin Harris (1900 ----) | | | | | sp-Ora Rollins | | | | | /2/---Charlie Harris (1902 ----) | | | | | /3/---Coleman Harris (1905 ----) | | | | | sp-Hattie Plowman | | | | | /4/---Edward Harris (1908 ----) | | | | | sp-Martha Plowman | | | | | /5/---Arnold Harris (1910 ----) | | | | | sp-Pearly Isaacs | | | | <9>---Claude Harris (1883 ----) | | | | sp-1-Maude Neily | | | | sp-2-Nettie Jamison | | | | | /1/---Charlie Harris (1901 ----) | | | | | /2/---Bertha Harris (1904 ----) | | | | | /3/---Millard Harris (1907 ----) | | | | <10>---Charlie Harris (1885 ----) | | | | sp-Alice Bicknell | | | (3)---Mary Ann Arvin (1844 after 1914) | | | sp-Edward Gabbard (1844-1914) | | | | <1>---N. J. Gabbard (1864 ----) | | | | <2>---Sylvester Gabbard (1866 ----) | | | | <3>---John W. Gabbard (1868 ----) | | | | <4>---George W. Gabbard (1870 ----) | | | | <5>---Lewis Gabbard (1874 ----) | | | | <6>---Sam Gabbard (1876 ----) | | | | <7>---Ann Gabbard (1878 ----) | | | | <8>---Thomas Gabbard (1882 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 20a ======================================= | | | | <9>---James Gabbard (1885 ----) | | | (4)---William Joseph Arvin (1847 ----) | | | sp-Sarah Ellen Stephens | | | | <1>---Mary E. Arvin (1872 ----) | | | | <2>---James L. Arvin (1874 ----) | | | | <3>---Nancy G. Arvin (1876 ----) | | | | <4>---Sylvester Arvin (1878 ----) | | | (5)---Christopher Newton Arvin (1849-1903) | | | sp-Martha Ann Robertson (1852-1928) | | | <1>---Thomas Berry (1872-1899) | | | | sp-Fanny Lady | | | | /1/---Newton Murel Arvin (1895 ----) | | | | | /2/---Mary A. Arvin (1897 ----) | | | | | sp-Moses Halterman | | | | | /3/---Robert Clay Arvin (1899-1918) WWI | | | | <2>---Merrill (Murel?) Benton Arvin (1874-1927) | | | | sp-Cynthia Lamb | | | | /1/---Arlie B. Arvin (1909 ----) | | | | | /2/---George Arvin (1911 ----) | | | | | /3/---Nellie Arvin | | | | | /4/---August Virgil (1927 ----) | | | | <3>---James William Arvin (1878 ----) | | | | sp-Sarah Ellen ----| | | | /1/---Nancy Green Arvin | | | | | sp-Sidney Norton | | | | <4>---Carla Arvin (1885-1910) | | | sp-James Berthem Flynn (1885-1922) | | | (6)---Nancy Elizabeth Arvin (1851-1940) | | | sp-1-Alexander Cole (1841-1885) | | | sp-2-John Taylor | | | | <1>---Matilda Ann Cole (1871 ----) | | | | <2>---William F. Cole (1873 ----) | | | | <3>---Nathaniel Thornton Cole (1876 ----) | | | | <4>---Nancy Jane Cole (1878 ----) | | | | <5>---Emily F. Cole (1880 ----) | | | | <6>---Carry Taylor (1890 ----) | | | | <7>---Christopher Taylor (1892 ----) | | | | <8>---Clarence Taylor (1896 ----) | | [7]---SARAH (Sally) ARVIN (1817-after 1870) | | | sp-Joshua Dellingham King (1812 ----) | | | (1)---Thomas Jefferson King (1837 ----)


DESCENDANT CHART Page 21a ===================================== | | | sp-George Hendricks | | | (3)---John A. King (1842 ----) | | | sp-Josie Johnson | | | (4)---Samuel King (1843) | | | sp-Martha Jane Long | | | <1>---William King | | | sp-Mollie Warmuth | | | <2>---Dovie King | | | sp-Thomas Hill | | | | <3>---Thomas Jefferson King | | | | sp-Annie Rhodes | | | | | /1/---Ada King | | | | | sp-Fred Grizard | | | | | /2/---Lummie King | | | | | sp-Cecil Shumate | | | | | /3/---Susie Pearl King | | | | | sp-Samuel Jefferson Davis Smith | | | | | +1+---Betty Jane Smith (---- 1940) | | | | | | +2+---Dorothy Ann Smith (1927 ----) | | | | | | sp-Thomas Albert Meyer | | | | | | +3+---Samuel Jefferson Davis Smith III | | | | | | sp-Joyce Shell | | | | | | +4+---Peggy Smith (1932 ----) | | | | | | sp-1-Carl Busse | | | | | | sp-2-Hal Jones | | | | | | +5+---Philip Clay Smith (1938 ----) | | | | | | sp-Margie Hoskins | | | | | /4/---Beulah King | | | | | sp-Thomas Falkerson | | | | | /5/---William Pryce King | | | | | sp-Virginia Barnes | | | (5)---Joshua D. King (1845 ----) | | | sp-Sarah Elizabeth Wells | | | (6)---Margaret King | | | sp- ---- Lawson | | | (7)---Arthur King | | | (8)---Sarah Josephine King (1852 ----) | | | sp-H. Simon | | [8]---JAMES ARVIN (1819-1853) | | sp-Josephine King (1824 ----) | | | (1)---Nathaniel D. Arvin (1845 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 22a ========================================= | | | (2)---Nancy Arvin (1848 ----) | | | sp-Robert Tyler | | [9]---JOSEPH ROBERT ARVIN (1821-1856) | | sp-Mahalia Alcorn (1818 ----) | | | (1)---Lucinda Arvin (1843 ----) | | | (2)---Susan Arvin (1845 ----) | | | (3)---Mahalia Arvin (1849 ----) | | [10]---JESSE ARVIN (1823-1857) | B-3---JOHN ARVIN (1770's-Btn 1857-1862) | sp-Sally Glacken | | [1]---ELIZABETH P. ARVIN (1805 ----) | | sp-Daniel Brink | | [2]---NATHANIEL D. ARVIN (1808 ----) | | sp-Melina Richardson | | [3]---JAMESON ARVIN (1810 ----) | | sp-Sally Ann Holmes (Holman) | | [4]---MARY (Polly) ARVIN (1812 ----) | | sp-Edwin Phelk | | [5]---WILLIAM ARVIN (1815 ----) | | sp-Sally Ann Oldham | | (1)---John William Arvin (1847 ----) | | | (2)---Sarah Frances Arvin (1848 ----) | | | sp-James Coffman | | | | <1>---William Coffman | | | | <2>---Kentucky Blanch Coffman | | | | sp-William McGowan | | | | <3>---Lula Olive Coffman | | | | sp-J. R. Nation | | | | <4>---Etta Coffman | | | | sp-John Baum | | | | <5>---Laura Coffman | | | | sp-Scott Gilbert | | | (3)---Edwin Taylor Arvin (1849-1930) | | | sp-Martha Scott | | | <1>---Homer Arvin | | | | sp-Margaret Campbell | | | | | /1/---Mattie Arvin | | | | | sp-Goble Winkler | | | | | /2/---Marie Arvin | | | | | sp-Bert King | | | | | /3/---Joe Arvin


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 23a ======================================= | | | | <2>---Almetta (Mittie) Arvin | | | | sp-Clay Moore | | | | <3>---Algin Arvin | | | | sp-Ethel Winkler | | | | | /1/---Albert (Preacher) Arvin | | | | | sp-Lydia Walton | | | | | /2/---Virginia Arvin | | | | | sp-Wade Richardson | | | | | /3/---Roy Arvin | | | | | sp-Sofa May Garrett | | | | | /4/---Charles Arvin | | | | | sp-Louise Embry | | | | | /5/---Beverly Arvin | | | | | sp-Lydia Ann McAntosh | | | | <4>---Hubert Arvin | | | | sp-1-Marion Winkler | | | | sp-2-Lynda Harris | | | | | /1/---William Jennings Arvin | | | | | /2/---Beulan Arvin | | | | | sp-Eula Peters | | | | | /3/---Algin (Peck) Arvin | | | | | sp-Bernice Tuttle | | | | <5>---Raymond Arvin | | | | sp-Fannie McGeorge | | | | | /1/---Borpe? Arvin | | | | | sp-Willie Joe Fritz | | | | | /2/---Graden? Arvin | | | | | sp-Lillian Rice | | | | | /3/---Bruce Arvin | | | | | sp-Virginia Stevens | | | | | /4/---Kathleen Arvin | | | | | sp-Willie Newton | | | | | /5/---Ernestine Arvin | | | | | sp-Conley Cox | | | | | /6/---Evora Arvin | | | | | sp-Robert Kirby | | | | | /7/---Julian Arvin | | | | sp-Imogene Schuler | | | | <6>---Flors Arvin | | | | <7>---Nanny Susan (Ninnie) Arvin | | | | sp-Ansel Winkler


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 24a ========================================= | | | | <8>---Sally Arvin | | | | sp-1-Bob Christopher | | | | sp-2-Claudine Wood | | | (4)---Thomas Christopher Arvin (1853 ----) | | | (5)---Mary A. Arvin (1854 ----) | | | (6)---Joseph Carter Arvin (1859 ----) | | | (7)---David Chenault Arvin | | | sp ---- Newton | | | | <1>---Thomas Arvin | | | | <2>---Nannie Arvin | | | (8)---Andrew Jackson Arvin | | | sp-Mary Westman | | | | <1>---Christopher (Major) Arvin | | | | <2>---Lula Arvin | | | | <3>---Minnie Arvin | | | | <4>---Joe Arvin | | | | <5>---(Sis) Arvin | | | | <6>---Effie Arvin | | | (9)---Nancy Ann Arvin | | | sp-Thomas J. Million | | | (10)---Owen Walker Arvin (1856-1932) | | | sp-Malinda Jane Kelley (1859-1910) | | | | <1>---Cyrus Arvin | | | | <2>---William Arvin | | | | sp-Martha Broughton | | | | <3>---John M.Arvin | | | | sp-Effie McGeorge | | | | /1/---Glendon Arvin | | | | <4>---Albert T. Arvin | | | | sp-Myrtle Edwards | | | | <5>---Rose Arvin | | | | sp-Ermine Broughton | | | | <6>---Kate Arvin | | | | <7>---Lena Wagers Arvin | | | | sp-William Martin Upton Maupin | | | | <8>---Mollie Arvin | | | | sp-Robert Flynn | | | | | /1/---Sue Helen Flynn | | | | | /2/---Robert Flynn | | [6]---SPICY ARVIN (1817 ---) | | sp-Daniel Farrel


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 25a ======================================= | | [7]---ANDREW JACKSON ARVIN (1819 ----) | | sp-Sally Ann Richardson | | [8]---JOHN CHRISTOPHER ARVIN (1822 ----) | | sp-Mary Richardson | | [9]---NANCY ARVIN (1826 ----) | | [10]---MARTHA ANN ARVIN (1828 ----) | | sp-Andrew Prichards


DESCENDANT CHART Page 26a ======================================= | B-4---WILLIAM (Buck) ARVIN (1780-1868) | | sp-Margaret (Peggy) Harding (1785-1855) | | [1]---JOHN THOMAS ARVIN (1807-1889) | | sp-1-Catherine B. Johns (1810-1859) | | sp-2-Amanda Susan Robertson (1845-1927) | | | (1)---Margaret Arvin (1832 ----) | | | (2)---Martha Arvin (1833 ----) | | | (3)---Lucy Ann Arvin (1835 ----) | | | (4)---Jameson Arvin (1839 ----) | | | (5)---Samuel F. Arvin (1842 ----) | | | (6)---Langston Arvin (1845 ----) | | | (7)---Arnetta Arvin (1846 ----) | | | (8)---Robert M. Arvin (1848 ----) | | | (9)---John Thomas Arvin, Jr. (1864 ----) | | | (10)---William Henry Arvin (1866 ----) | | | (11)---Paul Napoleon Arvin (1868 ----) | | | (12)---Christopher N. Arvin (1874 ----) | | | (13)---Norman Amandous Arvin (1877 ----) | | [2]---WILLIAM ARVIN, Jr. (1810-1885) | | sp-Ann (Nancy) Jeffress Blackwell (1814-1889) | | | (1)---William Chapman Arvin (1834 ----) | | | sp-Frances Joyes | | | | <1>---Henry C. Arvin | | | | <2>---Kitty B. Arvin | | | | sp-Tom Hill | | | | <3>---Reps Arvin | | | | sp-Sarah Jane Arvin (1862-1922) | | | | | /1/---Ella Arvin | | | | | /2/---Omar Arvin (1891 ----) | | | | | /3/---S. Banks Arvin (1895-1918) | | | | | /4/---Bryan Arvin (1897 ----) | | | | | sp-Margaret Estuss | | | | | /5/---Melissa Arvin (1899 ----) | | | | | /6/---Mary Arvin (1901 ----) | | | | | /7/---Thomas Arvin (1903 ----) | | | | | +1+---David Arvin | | | | | | +2+---Paul Arvin | | | | | | +3+---Malcom Arvin | | | | | | +4+---Tim Arvin | | | | | | +5+---Sarah Arvin | | | | | /8/---Mike Arvin (1904 ----)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 27a ================================================================ | | | | | /9/---Pat Arvin (1905 ----) | | | | | sp-Irene West | | | | <4>---Chapman Arvin | | | | sp-Cornelia Jones | | | | <5>---Iola Arvin | | | | sp-Augustus Blake | | | | <6>---Alves Arvin | | | | <7>---Marcellus Arvin | | | | <8>---Ned Arvin | | | | sp-Sally Dixon | | | | <9>---Thomasina Arvin | | | | sp ---- Hurt | | | | <10>---Frances Arvin | | | | sp ---- Morrison | | | (2)---Sarah Jane Arvin (1836-1865) | | | sp ----Gaulding | | | | <1>---James Gaulding | | | | /1/---Roy Gaulding | | | | | /2/---Ralph Gaulding | | | | | /3/---Ray Gaulding | | | | /4/---Ruth Gaulding | | | | <2>---Nannie B. Gaulding (1857-1865) | | | <3>---Petunella Gaulding (---- 1865) | | | (3)---Marcellus Arvin (1838-1924) | | | (4)---Eugenia Blackwell Arvin (1840-1921) | | | sp-John Wood | | | | <1>---John Mortimer Wood (1862-1843) | | | | sp-Sarah Ida Smithson 1859-1942) | | | | | /1/---Eugenia Wood | | | | | sp-Thomas Edward Hudgins | | | | | | +1+---Frances Hudgins | | | | | | +1+---Ellen Hudgins | | | /2/---John Thomas Wood (1887-1908) | | | (5)---Mortimer L. Arvin (1842-1919) | | | sp-Cornelia Harding | | | | <1>---Flavius Arvin | | | | <2>---Matthew Arvin | | | | <3>---Ella Arvin | | | | <4>---Mabel Arvin | | | | sp ---- Turlington | | | | /1/---Edgar Turlington


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 28a ================================================================ | | | | <5>---Iris Arvin | | | | sp ---- Lawrence | | | | /1/---Nimrod Lawrence | | | | /2/---Cornelia Lawrence | | | | <6>---Harry Arvin | | | | <7>---Clyde Arvin | | | | <8>---Ellen Arvin | | | | <9>---Lawrence Arvin | | | <10>---Jenny Ruth Arvin | | | (6)---Thomas James Arvin (1845-1930) | | | sp-Ellen Bayne Arvin (1848-1934) | | | | <1>---Stanley Merle Arvin (1872-1948) | | | | <2>---Lillian Arvin (1874-1874) | | | | <3>---Adrian Odell Arvin (1876-1947) | | | | <4>---Aubrey Bayne Arvin (1878-1951) | | | | <5>---Ethel Arvin (1880-1958) | | | | <6>---Earl Melbourne Arvin (1882-1964) | | | | <7>---Ima Elvie Arvin (1884-1885) | | | | <8>---Thomas James Arvin, Jr. (1886-1976) | | | | sp-Louise Hawthorne | | | <9>---George Simeon Arvin (1890-1964) | | | (7)---Flavius Vosephus Arvin (1847-1847) | | | (8)---Cornelia Frances Arvin (1857 ----) | | | sp-Louis Gee Anderson | | | | <1>---Pearl Anderson | | | | sp-Wiley Hawthorne | | | | <2>---Bracy Dennis Anderson | | | | sp-Evelyn Crowder | | | | <3>---Nancy Elizabeth Anderson | | | | sp-Edward Wingold | | | | <4>---Eugenia Anderson | | | | <5>---Cornelia Balckwell Anderson | | | | sp-E. C. Johnson | | | | <6>---William Neville Anderson | | | | sp-1-Claudia Gillespiec | | | sp-2-Hattie Ferguson Hawthorne | | (9)---William Henry Arvin (1858 ----) | | [3]---THOMAS WILLIAM ARVIN (1813-1863) | | sp-Mary Jane Bing (1818 ----) | | | (1)---Ann Elizabeth Arvin (1836 ----) | | | (2)---Verbenia (Victoria?) Louise Arvin (1838-1875)


DESCENDANTS CHART Page 29a ================================================================ | | | (3)---George Thomas Arvin (1840 ----) | | | (4)---Margaret William Arvin (1841-1846) | | | (5)---John Knox Arvin (1844 ----) | | | (6)---William Meade Arvin (1849 ----) | | | (7)---Richard Lamb Arvin (1849 ----) | | | (8)---Charles Frank Arvin (1858 ----) | | | (9)---Margaret Passmore Arvin (1850/1 ----) | | (10)---Hattie Olivia Arvin ? | | [4]---ADRIAN LANGSTON ARVIN (1815-1888) | | sp-1-Ellen N. Bayne (1821-1848) | | sp-2-Elizabeth Ann Chaffin (1835-1898) | | | (1)---Melbourne Arvin (1840 ----) | | | (2)---Agnes Arvin (1844 ----) | | | (3)---Ophelia Arvin (1847 ----) | | | (4)---Ellen Rebecca Bayne Arvin 1848-1934) | | | (5)---Norborn Jackson Arvin (1867-1932) | | | (6)---Edward Henry Arvin (1870-1932) | | | (7)---Walter Raleigh Arvin (1872-1930) | | | (8)---Adrian Otis Arvin (1877-1939) C---MORDICAI ARVIN (1755-1779) D---JAMES ARVIN (1757-1778) ================================================================


1 INTRODUCTION--ARVIN FAMILY ============================================ The first ARVIN Family known to immigrate to America was JOHN ARMY (Arvin) who came from England in the ship the Furtherance in 1622. He settled in Warrosquoiacke (later known as the Isle of Wight) located near the mouth of the James River in the southeastern section of the colony of Virginia. He was accompanied by his wife, MARIE, and his young son, WILLIAM. Under Virginia land grants JOHN ARVIN is listed as receiving 400 acres of land in 1635. See copy of following abstract. Adrian Langston ARVIN of Danville, Virginia, was the first to leave a record of this. Without his genealogy notes we might not have traced the land grant to JOHN ARVIN. =================

John Bennet Boddie wrote in his book, “Isle of Wight County, Virginia”, concerning John Arvin: Page 91, “John ARMIE (Arvin) was one of those Puritans who accompanied Richard Bennet to Nanasmond and Maryland.” Page 88, “John ARMY (Arvin) was also one of the persons listed as being at Basses Choice (Isle of Wight) 16 February 1623-24, when a muster of the inhabitants of Virginia was taken.” Page 532, “John ARMY


2 (Arvin) was a teste of the Will of Edward Dewell of Warrisquke, Virginia. The will was dated, 11 Nov 1636. Probated, 23 Nov 1640.” Page 91, “John ARMY (Armie, Arvin), age, thirty-five, who came in the Furtherance in 1622, received a grant of 400 acres in Warasquoyak County, 26 June 1635, on a creek on the southeast side of Nanasmond River over against the land of Richard Bennett and adjacent to Robert Bennett, 50 acres for his own personal adventure, 50 for his wife, Marie, 50 for his son , William, and 250 for the transportation of five persons. “John ARMIE (Arvin) was one of those Puritans who accompanied Richard Bennett to Nansamond and Maryland." (If John did, indeed, go to Maryland with the Puritans as John Bennett Boddie said, I've been unable to find a trace of him there.) ==========================================

ABSTRACT OF LAND GRANT OF 400 ACRES ======================= [176] JOHN ARVIN, 400 acres in the County of Warrosquoiacke (became Isle of Wight in 1637) on a creek on the south side of Nansemond River, about three mls. up the creek and laying over against the land of Rich'd Bennett. Due 50 acres for his personal adventure, 50 for his son, WILLIAM, 50 for his wife, MARIE, and 250 for his transportation of five persons (whose names appear below). By West, June 6th, 1636. (James Smith, Thomas Webb, John Morgan, Thomas Williams, Richard David.) ========================================


3 ********************************** The following notes, all seem to refer to John Arvin, of the Furtherance, or to his son William. ********************************** There is a record of this same John Arvin storing about seven gallons of shelled corn in the Colony warehouse. (I am assuming that he shelled the corn so that it would be easier to store in some manner which would keep the mice and rats at bay.) *************************** As it turned out, the 400 acre land grant was right in the middle of the Great Dismal Swamp, which covers parts of both Virginia and North Carolina. John and his family did not stay long in the Swamp. It is not known whether this was the time chosen to go to Maryland (if they did go to Maryland) or whether they came out on the west-side of the Swamp and started their trek westward across the state of Virginia. Whatever they did at this time, later there were records of the Arvin's moving westward across Virginia. *************************** Let's talk a little about John, himself. Mr. Boddie said in his book that John was thirty-five years old when he received his land grant. This would mean that John was born in 1600 and was twenty-two when he came to America on the ship, the Furtherance. At that age his son William must have been a mere baby when they came. =====================================


4 ================================== Now comes one of the most interesting items which I have found concerning John and William. It is the WILL of the son, William, who came with his parents in the Furtherance in 1622. ================================== 1692. The will of William Arvin Sr., (son of John and Marie) was recorded as William Armer in Isle of Wight County. It lists his wife, Mary, and children; William, Jr., Thomas, Mary and Ann. William, Sr.,died, 06 Nov 1692. (This William, Sr., must have been the son, William, who came in the Furtherance in 1622.) ================================== This WILL may shows the link between the Maryland ARVINS and the ARVINS of Lunenburgh. Many have tried to find the link between the two ARVIN families but no one has been able to prove it conclusively. The WILL names two boys, THOMAS and WILLIAM. Thomas was a name used in early ARVIN families in Maryland while the name William was used in most early ARVIN family of Virginia. It maybe that the son Thomas Arvin, named in the will, went to Maryland to live while the William Arvin, also named in the will, stayed in Virginia and he or his son became the ancestor of the Virginia Arvins and eventually the ancestor of our Kentucky Arvins. ====================================== The next ARVIN found in the Colony of Virginia was WILLIAM ARVIN in the County of Essex in 1704. This William of Essex was listed in the book "Quit Rents of Virginia, 1704" by Annie Laurie Wright Smith. William of Essex's age is not known.


5 ==================================== Note: The name of the place, Warraquoke, was spelled at least five different ways in Mr. Boddie's book. I have kept his spellings. ==================================== William Arvin of Lunenburg County, Virginia, was the next in line to be found. He is our first PROVEN ancestor. And since there are so many Williams, I'm going to call this one William of Lunenburg. ****************************************** Before we continue with William of Lunenburg's family, let's talk about his great grandson, ADRIAN LANGSTON ARVIN, who left us the record of of JOHN ARMY (ARVIN), the first ARVIN immigrant to America. Without Adrian's genealogy notes we might not have made the connection between John Army and John Arvin. ADRIAN LANGSTON ARVIN was, of course, before our time--born in 1815, dying in 1888. He was the great grandson of William Arvin of Lunenburg, making him closer in time to the older members of the family. Therefore it is conceivable that he would have heard the older members talk of their origins and about the first Arvins to come to this country. A source lost and forgotten by our time. It is our loss that Adrian did not live to write his memoirs. *****************************************


6 WILLIAM ARVIN of LUNENBURG COUNTY, VIRGINIA William Arvin of Lunenburg, our first PROVEN ancestor, purchased 190 acres of land in the new County of Lunenburg, Virginia in 1753. This purchase of land is our first record of him. Abstract of Deed............................ LUNENBURG DEED BOOK 3, Page 401. 07 August 1753, from Thomas Nance of L, to William Irvin of L, for 30 pounds, a certain tract of land in L, between the forks of Hurricane Creek, containing 190 acres (being part of 290 acres patented to Nance, last July 27) bounded by Covington, Williams, K. Gwin, Roberts and Man. Signed - Thomas Nance. Wit - None. Recorded, 06 Nov 1753. ................................................. William's family consisted of his wife, ELIZABETH, and four known children: SARAH, JOHN, MORDAICI, and JAMES. Their home on this 190 Acres in Lunenburg on Hurricane Creek, a tributary of the North Meherrin River, became known as Clover Bottom. The date of William's death is not known. It would have been after he bought his land in 1753 and before 1763/64. When his land was processioned by the church in 1763/64, the land was in the name of his son, John. William may have died during the French and Indian War. There is a record of a private by that name in the Maryland Militia who died in the Company of Capt. Francis Ware, November 24, 1758, when the English suffered a severe defeat by the French. This would fit the time frame for William Arvin's death. However there is no proof that the Lunenburg William


7 and the French and Indian War William were the same person. WILLIAM'S wife at the time of his death was named ELIZABETH. Surname, not known. She was named in the tithing rolls of Cumberland Parish when she listed JAMES, William's son, as a member of her household in 1763. James was probably about sixteen years of age at that time. Later, in 1789, Elizabeth was named again, as wife of the late WILLIAM ARVIN in a suit brought for dower against the estate of their son, JOHN ARVIN. I could not find the termination of this suit in the Lunenburg records. Elizabeth's death date is not known. However she must have lived for a long time after the death of William to have brought the 1789 dower suit against the property which he left. ===================================== Following are the Children of William and Elizabeth. ===================================== A. SARAH ARVIN...Married in 1772 to WILLIAM THORNTON. Sarah and William moved to Surry County, North Carolina, to live. B. JOHN ARVIN ...Married MARY FULLILOVE, daughter of Anthony Fullilove. John either bought or inherited his father's estate. He died in 1781/2, during the American Revolution. C. MORDAICI ARVIN ... Wounded and died in 1779, during the American Revolution. D. JAMES ARVIN ..Spent the winter of 1778 at Valley Forge, during the American Revolution. It is not known whether he also died during the Revolution or lived to come


8 home again. If James did not survive the harsh winter at Valley Forge, then all three of William Arvin's sons gave their lives for the freedom of this country. ===================================== ===================================== The County of Lunenburg is in the Piedmont area of Virginia, about thirty miles north of the North Carolina stateline. Lunenburg County was created by an Act of 1745 and was organized, 05 May 1746. It covered a large area and was taken from Brunswick County. However as more settlers moved in, even as Brunswick had been divided, so it became necessary to divide Lunenburg into more accesible county areas so that people could reach their county governments. It is still an agricultural area. When I visited there in the 1980's, what looked like banks of red flowers, when approached, turned out to be banks of red soil caused by iron oxide. I am told that, beautiful as this red soil is, it will grow nothing. Lunenburg is an interesting County and a very old County. -----------------------------------------------------------"PROCESSIONING of LAND", by Landon C. Bell, 1763/4 [PROCESSIONING of LAND was a method of establishing the bounderies of land. In Colonial Virginia, it was usually under the official inspection of the Angelican Church. Bounderies were agreed upon every three or four years by discussion or walk overs. This process established, after three different walk overs, or processionings, the permanent bounderies of the land in case of dispute.]


9 SARAH ARVIN and WILLIAM THORNTON ================================= (A) SARAH ARVIN, the only known daughter of William ARVIN was born about 1752/55. According to the "Minute Record Book" of the Meherrin Baptist Church of Lunenburg, Virginia, Sarah married WILLIAM THORNTON. Both Sarah and William belonged to the Meherrin Baptist Church. The book of the Meherrin Baptist Church minutes is preserved in a copy in the State Archives in Richmond, Virginia. It is titled, "The Meherrin Baptist Church of Lunenburg County, Minute Book", Account #24896. On page fourteen of the Book is a list of the Church members who were married in the Church sometime in or before 1772. The names of Sarah and William are among them. By the year 1786, Sarah and William were living in Surry County, North Carolina, where that year William made application for a land grant. It is difficult to date their removal from Lunenburg, Virginia to North Carolina since no record is found of them for the ten years prior to 1786. William was granted 300 acres on Frees Creek, in Surry County, land grant #1484. Later he bought and was granted more land. When he died he was seized with 400 acres on Panther Creek in Surry County. William was active in the government of Surry County. He served, among other things, as Registrar of Deeds for several years. Sarah and William were among those listed in the 1790 North Carolina Census. At that time they lived in Surry County and had eight children under the age of sixteen. The 1800 North Carolina Census show that both Sarah and William were over fortyfive years of age. They had four sons and five daughters at home in 1800. The 1810 census show


10 only one daughter at home. It also shows three young boys under the age of ten. These boys would have been grandchildren as Sarah was to old to have had children that young. Sarah Arvin Thornton died sometime between 1821 and 1823. There is a Court Order dated, 12 December 1817, in the North Carolina State Archives for the support of Sarah for one year from the estate of William Thornton, deceased. Between 1818 and 1821, after the death of William, Sarah moved from Surry County to Iredell County, North Carolina. Iredell was the next county south of Surry County. It can be assumed that she went to live with her daughter, Elizabeth, and Elizabeth's husband, Richard Shelly, who lived in Iredell. Elizabeth and Richard made a deed to her brother, John Thornton, 23 December 1818, for her share in her parents estate. Elizabeth signed herself as "Betsy" in the deed. On 22 September 1821, Sarah Arvin Thornton, made a deed to one-tenth of her dower rights in the estate to her son, James Arvin Thornton, of Jefferson County, Tennessee, for $5.00. The deed stated that she lived in Iredell County. Most of Sarah and William's children eventually moved away from Surry County. William Thornton died intestate about 1816. The estate of Sarah and William was settled about 1823. In that year their children signed a petition for settlement. The names of all the Thornton children and their spouses were on the petition. Sarah's name was not on it, so she had died before 1823. The names and marriages of Sarah and William's children follows. Birth and death dates are not known with the exception of Nancy Thornton Arvin. =====================================


11 CHILDREN of SARAH ARVIN and WILLIAM THORNTON -------------------------------------------A-1 John Thornton, married Jane Slater, 03 Sep 1806, in Surry County. A-2 Sarah Thornton, married Joseph Moreland, 17 May 1797, in Surry County. A-3 Elizabeth Thornton, married Richard Shelley, 10 Apr 1797, in Surry County. A-4 William Thornton, no more known about William. A-5 James Arvin Thornton, married Sarah Johnson, 20 Dec 1820, in Surry County. A-6 Rebecca Thornton, married Thomas Colvard, 16 Dec 1810, in Surry County. A-7 Thomas Thornton, married Betty Athan, 19 Feb 1818, in Surry County. A-8 Polly Thornton, married David Childress, in Surry County. A-9 Nancy Thornton, married Jameson Arvin, 26 Jan 1802, in Surry County. Nancy died in Estill County, Kentucky, in June of 1863.


12 JOHN ARVIN And MARY FULLILOVE (B) JOHN ARVIN’S birth date is not known. But it was probably about 1750. He had one known sister, Sarah, and two younger brothers, Mordica and William. It is assumed that John is the oldest, because he inherited the property which his Father left at his death. John was the son of WILLIAM ARVIN of Lunenburg, Virginia. However, he may not have been born in Lunenburg because Lunenburg was not officially formed until 1747. John died about 1781/2. Since John had a wife and four small children he may have served in the local militia instead of going to war as did his two brother who were not married. According to Adrian Langston Arvin’s notes John married Mary Fullilove. Mary was a neighboring girl, the daughter of Elizabeth and Anthony Fullilove, who lived on the next farm. Anthony purchased the remaining one hundred acres of the Nance tract of which William Arvin had purchased in 1753 and John inherited. Mary was named executrix in John’s will. The will made it clear that John wanted his children to inherit equally. (A copy of the will follows.) About four years after John’s death, February 10, 1785, Mary married Nathaniel Dacus. Inasmuch, as Nathaniel married again in 1796, we know that Mary died before that time. Mary and John had four children, three boys and a girl. Nothing is known about the girl, Sarah Wade Arvin, except that she shared in her Father’s estate in 1801. Jameson the oldest and John next in line, took their share of the inheritance and headed for the fronter, to Kentucky, to live. William, the youngest son, stayed in Lunenburg. More about each of the boys later. The CHILDREN of MARY FULLILOVE and JOHN ARVIN were: B-1--JAMESON ARVIN who married NANCY THORNTON, 26 Jan 1802. They made their home in Estill County, KY. B-2--JOHN ARVIN married SALLY GLACKEN, 13 Dec 1804. They made their home in Madison County, KY. B-3--WILLIAM ARVIN married MARGARET HARDING, 29 Dec 1807. They made their home in Lunenburg County, VA. B-4--SARAH (SALLY) WADE ARVIN. The only record found of Sarah is that she shared in her Father’s estate.


13 WILL of JOHN ARVIN Lunenburg, VA Recorded in Will Book 3 Pages 94-95 Date: 18 February 1781 In the name of God, Amen, I, John Arvin, being in sound mind and memery, thanks to God for I do make this my last will and testament. First I give my soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to the earth from whence it came and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with, I leave in the following manner. I leave my hole estate, both real and personal to be equally divided among my wife and four children at the time my youngest son comes of age and not to be meddled with before but continue in my wifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possession and I do appoint my wife, Mary Arvin, executrix, February 18, 1781. John Arvin (Seal) Teste:

Anthony Fullilove. Ruben Tatum. Thomas Sadd.

At a court held for Lunenburg County, VA. The 13th day of December 1782. The within written last will and testament of John Arvin, deceased, was exhibited in court by Mary Arvin, executrix, therein named was proved by oath of two of the witnesses. Thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of the said executrix who made oath according to law, certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate of the said will in (cue form?) she giving security whereupon she together with Anthony Fullilove and Thomas Sadd, her security entered into and acknowledged Bond according to law. Teste: William Taylor, Clerk. A copy teste: W. R. Moore, Clerk.


14 MORDICAI ARVIN ============== (C) MORDICAI ARVIN, the second son of William Arvin, was on the tithable rolls of Cumberland Parish in 1775, which meant that he was at least sixteen years of age in 1775. He died during the American Revolution in 1779. Who Mordicai served under or what Company he was in is not known. Thomas Sadd and Look Farmer (neighbors and residents in Lunenburg) were with him when he was wounded and ill and made a nuncupative will twenty-two hours before his death. Following is a copy of his will. [LUNENBURG COUNTY, VA. WILL BOOK 3, Page 26. MORDICAI ARVIN'S WILL. Recorded, 20 Aug 1779. THOMAS SADD affirms before me that he asked MORDICAI ARVIN in his sickness about twenty-two hours before he died if he wanted to make a will. He said, "I have very little to give. But what I have would give to my brother, JAMES ARVIN, if he should life (sic) to come home again." Given under my hand this 20th day of Aug 1779. Teste: LOOK FARMER. At a court held for Lunenburg County, 9th day of Sep 1779, the within nuncupative will of MORDICAI ARVIN, deceased, was certified by LOOK FARMER, Gent., was produced in court and affirmed by THOMAS SADD, and the same was ordered to be recognized. Teste: Wm Taylor, Clerk.] In this will MORDICAI states that he would leave the little which he possessed to his brother, James Arvin. Evidently he did not know that JAMES may have died in 1778 at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. *****************


15 MORDICAI'S brother, JOHN ARVIN, asked the Court to let him settle the estate of MORDIACI. The family in Lunenburg may have had news of JAME's death by this time. [LUNENBURG COUNTY, VA. ORDER BOOK 14, Page 37. JOHN ARVIN for Estate of MORDICAI ARVIN. Concerning: Settlement of Estate of MORDICAI ARVIN. Description: On the motion of JOHN ARVIN having made oath according to law, certification is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of MORDICAI ARVIN, deceased. Who have bond according to law. Acknowledged in Court.] LUNENBURG COUNTY, VA. Will Book 3, page 28. Recorded, October 15, 1779. Appraisal estate Mordicai ARVIN, dec'd. (by court order): Mare, saddle & briddle, bell, gun, wearing clothes, 2 clasp knives, half pound thread, pocket book, silver broach, David SHIER's note of hand for 100 pounds, parcel of tobacco in hands of David GOLD in Mecklenburg Co. unsold: value 505 pounds, 1 shilling, 0 pence. Appraisers: Benjamin TATUM, Anthony FULLILOVE, William THACKSTON.


16 JAMES ARVIN =========== (D) JAMES ARVIN, the third known son of William Arvin, was in the Lunenburg, Virginia, 1748-1783, lists of tithes as given by Landon C. Bell in his book, "CUMERLAND PARISH". Elizabeth Arvin listed him as tithable on 10 June 1773. Inasmuch as young men were listed as tithable by parents or guardians when they reached the age of sixteen, it can safely be assumed that James was at least sixteen by the year 1773. [Book, "SUNLIGHTon the SOUTHSIDE", by Landon C. Bell. Pgs: 311 & 338. Eliz. Arvin James Arvin - 1 tithe.] On, 03 February 1776, James entered the struggle for freedom which had engulfed the country. He enlisted in the American Revolution on the second day of recruitment by Capt. James Johnson of the 6th Regiment of the Continental Forces in Lunenburg. His name is also listed on a muster roll of the Company commanded by Lieut. Col. James Hendricks. He is listed as being sick in Philadelphia. Then on 19 February 1778, he may have returned home, his term of inlistment being over. [I am told that ADRIAN LANGSTON ARVIN'S notes say that he died at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.] Landon C. Bell wrote in his book, "The OLD FREE STATE", "...soldiers at Valley Forge during the winter of 1778, endured indescribable hardships and heart breaking sufferings, possibly without a parallel in the annals of warefare.â&#x20AC;?


17 IN CONCLUSION ==================== In this Introduction you have met our first proven ancestor, William Arvin of Lunenburg, Virginia, his wife, Elizabeth, and their four children, Sarah, John, Mordicai, and James. We have been able to link them directly to the first John (Army) Arvin of Warrosquoiacke (Isle of Wight), Virginia, through Adrian Langston Arvin's notes. Second, we have the information left to us on the family in the public records of Lunenburg County, itself, and in the Archives of the State of Virginia. Third, we find a great deal of information on the County and its people in the books of Mr. Landon C. Bell. These books are almost the only written information on Lunenburg and its history. Titles of the books are listed at the end of this chapter. Fourth, there is the church's list of tithes, listing the people of Cumberland Parish. The Church played a very important roll in the lives of the people in the Colony of Virginia. In fact one of the first things which we learned about the first JOHN ARVIN who came to this country on the Furtherance in 1622, was that he was one of the Puritans who accompanied RICHARD BENNETT (a known Evangelistic "dissenter") first to Nansamond and then perhaps to Maryland. It would have taken only a generation or two for JOHN ARVIN'S descendants to have migrated from Nansamond, Virginia to Lunenburg, Virginia. Can it be proven that the "Lunenburg" WILLIAM was a descendant of the" Furtherance" JOHN? Not at this time except by Adrian Langston Arvin's


18 notes. Lunenburg was a large County in the beginning. Big enough to have accommodated the Church of England and the "dissenters". But space didn't seem to matter. There was war between them. Those who belonged to "dissenting" religions were persecuted by the established Anglican Church. The following information on the churches and their ministers has been taken from the books, "The Old Free State" and "Cumberland Parish", both written by Mr. Landon C. Bell. The Toleration Act permitted "dissenters" who qualified under it to absent themselves from the established Church and to hold their own meetings once in two months. Then about 1780 the laws were so amended that the "dissenting" ministers could perform the marriage ceremony although some had already been doing so for some time. The Presbyterians complied with this act better than the Baptist did, therefore they were not persecuted as much as the Baptist. Between 1781 and 1794, and in some cases earlier, the following Baptist ministers performed marriages in Lunenburg: James Shelburne, Thomas Crymes, David Ellington, William Ellis, William Creath and John Williams. In addition to the Baptist, ministers from the Methodist, the Disciples of Christ Church, and unaffiliated ministers, also performed marriages in the County of Lunenburg. The Meherrin Baptist Church was formally organized in Lunenburg the 27th of November 1771. There were 108 members. The first minister was Jeremiah Walker. In 1772, John Williams became pastor. SARAH ARVIN and WILLIAM THORNTON belonged to and were married in this Church. ANTHONY FULLILOVE,


19 the father of MARY, wife of JOHN ARVIN, also belonged. Many Baptist ministers as well as ministers from other churches traveled from territory to territory preaching. They were called "itinerant" preachers although some of them had churches of their own. Following are the names of some of the itinerant preachers who practiced in Lunenburg County. Samuel Harriss James Shelburne of Reedy Creek Church Joseph Murphy Jeremiah Walker of Nottaway Church William Murphy Stephen Jones of Cedar Creek Church Elijah Baker Thomas Crymes of Tussekiah Church, John King also from Tussekiah Church were: James Reed William Ellis, Pleasant Barnes, Aaron Jones, T. W. Sydnor, E. S. Taylor, William Fisher, W. L. Lemon and James G. Jeffries. JOSEPH and WILLIAM MURPHY, were among the itinerant Baptist ministers in Lunenburg and other southern areas (even into North Carolina) in the seventeen hundreds. They were known as the "MURPHY BOYS". We have a MURPHY ancestor. Great grandmother, ELIZABETH MURPHY, married JONAS PETERS in Scott County, Virginia. Her brother was JOHN MURPHY, also a minister. If there was any relationship between the "MURPHY BOYS" and JOHN MURPHY I am not aware of it. The tithing rolls kept by the established church serve as one of the first censuses for the Lunenburg Community. While these tithes give only names and no ages there are times when we are happy to have even the name of an ancestor and to be able to place him in a certain area. As Mr. Bell stated, "It is a fortunate circumstance that all the lists for the early years, 1748, 1749, and 1750, are available. They present the earliest complete record, or census,


20 known of the taxable residents of the far-flung domain of the ancient County, embracing as it did then, what is now the whole or the greater part of ten counties. Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Halfax, Charlotte, Pittsylvania, Henry, Patrick, Franklin, practically all of Bedford, most of Campbell and a considerable part of Appomattox, were taken from Lunenburg." ---------------------------------------------------The Cumberland Parish Anglican Church ministers as listed by Mr. Bell were: Barclay, John 1756-1757 Brunskill, John 1748-1749 Cameron, John 1796-1815 Craig, James 1759-1795 Garden, James 1758-? Towsend, Jacob 1757-1758 Jarratt, Devereux 1762 Kay (Key) William 1751-1755 Proctor, William 1755?-1758 Purdie, George 1750 Ravencourt, John S. 1816 ======================================== THESE ARE THE GLEANINGS OF MY RESEARCH ON OUR FIRST ANCESTORS. IT IS MY HOPE, AS I STATED IN THE PREFACE TO THIS BOOK, THAT SOMEONE WITH MORE TIME LEFT TO THEM WILL BE ABLE TO USE THESE FACTS TO CONTINUE THE SEARCH. TO THEM MY LOVE AND BEST WISHES. Opal Dean Arvin


21 JAMESON ARVIN and NANCY THORNTON Of ESTILL COUNTY, KENTUCKY =========================================== B-1....JAMESON ARVIN was born about 1770-75 in Lunenburg County, Virginia, the oldest son of MARY (FULLILOVE) and JOHN ARVIN. He married, 26 January 1802, in Surry County, North Carolina, NANCY THORNTON, born about 1780, the daughter of John Arvin's sister SARAH, and William Thornton. According to family history, JAMESON came to Kentucky and settled in that part of the State which is now Estill County in the early part of the ninteenth century. JAMESON and JOHN WATT were among the first twelve men to settle upper Estill and Lee Counties. [Later, this was confirmed by a newspaper clipping written by NEVYLE SHACKELFORD, a newspaper editor and author in Kentucky.] Others who came about the same time were Lawrence Ross, James Ashcraft, Joseph Brandenburgh, Peyton Short, A. D. McGuire, George Tincher, Jacob Miller, William McGuire, Archibald Crawford and James McGuire. It is believed that JAMESON had made at least one trip to Kentucky before he left Lunenburg to make his permanent home there. I found the following record of him contained in the book, "Early Kentucky Householders, 1787-1811â&#x20AC;?, by James F. Sutherland. Mr. Sutherland lists JAMESON as a taxpayer in Lincoln County, Kentucky for three consecutive years. Lincoln County was a very large county covering about one third of the state of Kentucky at that time. Jamieson Erwin - 24 May 1799. Jamieson Erwin - 08 June 1800. Jamieson Ervin - 13 July 1801.


22 [This must have been Jameson Arvin. ARVIN was often mispelled as it was (and is) pronounced in so many different ways - Arvin, Ervin, Irvin.] Even though JAMESON may have been in Lincoln County, Kentucky in July of 1801 he would have had plenty of time to return to Lunenburg County, Virginia for the settlement of his Father's estate in November of 1801. He evidently took his share of the estate and headed straight for Surry County, North Carolina where his Aunt, Sarah Arvin, and Uncle, William Thornton, lived. There a short time later, January 1802, he married his first cousin, NANCY THORNTON. Jameson may have been accompanied on his first trip to Kentucky by his brother, JOHN ARVIN Although there is no record of this. They almost certainly came together after JAMESON and NANCY'S marriage. They probably joined their Uncle, ANTHONY FULLILOVE, who had moved to Madison County, Kentucky a few years earlier. Anthony was a brother to their Mother, MARY FULLILOVE. There were several Lunenburg families and relatives from Virginia living in Madison County, at the beginning of the 1800's. There was ANTHONY FULLILOVE, Jr. a cousin who married NANCY THAXTON in Lunenburg in 1788. WILLIAM FULLILOVE who married ELIZABETH BATES in Madison County. NANCY ANN FULLILOVE who married HENRY B. DAVIS in Lunenburg County, Virginia. SUSSANA FULLILOVE who married CRAFTON TATUM, 1797, in Lunenburg. JOHN FULLILOVE who married BETTY POTTER, 1800, in Madison County, and others. All of the above named were directly or indirectly related to Jameson and John.


23 Estill County, Kentucky was formed from Clark and Madison Counties in 1808. When NANCY and JAMESON first came to Kentucky they presumably would have had enough money to begin to purchase land. JAMESON had received his share of his Father's estate which was settled in November of 1801. NANCY'S father, WILLIAM THORNTON, was well to do and I'm sure she had a dowery. They were married in January of 1802. The next written record found of them was in Madison County where JAMESON was a witness to JOHN'S wedding in 1804. Nancy and Jameson were both young enough and strong enough to endure life on the frontier. They bought land on the borders of the beautiful Kentucky River called "Cuttawa" by the Indians. Their home would have been built of the magnificent trees which filled the forest around them. Not a tree had been felled on the land which they purchased. They had a home to build, and land to clear to grow food. There was plenty to eat. The forest was filled with squirrel, ground hogs and fowel. The grassy meadows abounded in rabbits. Rivers and streams were full of fish. Every housewife knew the wild green plants which she could pick for cooking and salads. At times those first years may not have been ones of a varied diet, a balanced diet as we say now, but there was not much danger of starvation if they were willing to work. By the time that Jameson and John came, the great providers of meat and hides for warmth, the buffalo (Bison), was gone. Jameson and Nancy probably did not see even one on their way from North Carolina to Kentucky. Those great animals, those builders of roads and


24 discovers of salt were almost gone by 1799. Man had done his destructive work well and now would have to make do with the existing paths, like highways called traces, of the great buffalo road builders. The tremendous weight of these beasts and their sharp hoofs (which created the traces) had made man's access to the wilderness much easier. Man could follow the traces and not have to cut his way through the forest. Nancy and Jameson may have joined a wagon train coming over the mountains from North Carolina into Kentucky. However they came they would have gone through the passage made in the Appalachian Mountains called Cumberland Gap and have followed the Wilderness Road which passed through the Madison County area. This road followed the Boone Trace, a path maped out by Daniel Boone. Boone marked this path by cutting trees and underbrush as he went along. However by the eighteen hundreds when Jameson and Nancy came the Wilderness Road had been widened and was well traveled. The first records of Jameson were found in Clay and Madison Counties, the progenitors of many Kentucky counties. I'm sure that by 1803 Nancy and Jameson had a garden growing and that they had cleared ground to grow corn for bread. They were vigerous people as they demonstrated by living to a good old age and raising a family of ten children. They had eight boys and two girls. NANCY and JAMESON belonged to the Mt. Tabor Christian Church located at Millers Creek on the north side of the Kentucky River. JAMESON helped organize and build the church. JAMESON ARVIN died in 1841. He was preceded in


25 death by one of his sons, JAMESON, Jr. who died a few months before his father. JAMESON, Sr. left a will dividing his property between his children and leaving his wife, NANCY, the home place on which to live until her death. (A copy of Jamesonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will is included at the end.) According to a "Deposition" given by her son, THOMAS GREEN ARVIN, in 1877, found in Irvine, Kentucky by Haynes Miller Stamper, NANCY lived on in the old home place on Buck Creek until her death in June 1863. Several of her children had died before she did. Life in those days was hard on both the men and women. JOHN, JAMES and JOSEPH, as well as JAMESON, Jr., were all dead. Also dead was her son JESSE. He had not married and still lived at home with her when he was killed. CHILDREN OF NANCY and JAMESON ARVIN -----------------------------------------------------------[1.] Mary Frances (Polly) Arvin, (1803-1864) m. Samuel Murry. [2.] John Arvin, (1805-1858) m. Sally King [3.] Nathaniel Dacus Arvin, (1807 -----) m. 1st. Lucinda Barker. 2nd. Nancy Reed. [4.] Jameson Arvin, Jr., (1812-1841) m. Sarah Tubbs. [5.] Davis Arvin, (1813-1871) m. 1st. Catherine Wells, 2nd. Hester Brandenburg Warner. 3rd. Frances Estes King. [6.] Thomas Green Arvin, (1815-1893) m. Nancy Fowler. [7.] Sarah Sally Arvin, (1817-1896) m. Joshuay Dellingham King. [8.] James Arvin, (1819-1853) m. Josephine King [9.] Joseph R. Arvin, (1821-1856) m. Mahalia Alcorn [10.] Jesse Arvin, (1823-1857) Never married. ========================================


26 WILL -- JAMESON ARVIN Dated: 18 June 1841. Know all men by these present that I, Jameson Arvin, of the county of Estill, state of Kentucky, being weak of bodily ability, but of perfectly sound and disposing mind and memory, do constitute and ordain the following, my last Will and Testament. 1st: it is my will and desire that my beloved wife, Nancy Arvin, have and I do hereby bequest to her during her natural life the following property, real and personal, to wit: the land wherein I now reside, beginning at a crop fence, known as the upper peach orchard fence, thence running across the ridge to a branch at the edge, thence running across the ridge so as to strike the lower end of the field known as the old clover field, thence running to include said field, to the edge and up to the river to the beginning. Also all my household goods and kitchen furniture and all my farming implements, or so much of personal property before named as she sees proper to keep. Also I will and bequest to her as many of my cattle and hogs as she sees proper to keep, and one mare known as the blaze mare. 2nd: It is my will and desire and I do give to by beloved daughter, Polly Arvin, the following described land: Beginning on and adjoining the tract hereby bequested to her Mother, thence running up the river to to a place called the brush fence, it being the divisional line betwix my other land and the Garrard Alumbaugh tract, thence running back north to the old line until it strikes her Mother's tract and with it to the beginning. Also a mare known as the bay mare. 3rd: I also bequest to my son, Joseph Arvin, all the tract of land known as the Garrard Alumbaugh land. 4th: I hereby bequest to my son Thomas, all the track of land known as the Peter Alumbaugh land. 5th: I do will and bequest unto my two sons, Davis and Nathaniel Arvin, all that tract of land which I purchased from Wm. Crawford known as the Willow Shoal place to be divided betwix them as follows; beginning at a Sycamore and Box Elder near the mouth of the middle branch, the trees marked J. A., thence running with the


27 said branch to the cliff, thence running thru the hills so as to leave the pinnacle sinks to Nathaniel, to the line betwixt Jorden Wyatts. The upper part of said tract is hereby bequested to my son Davis Arvin during his natural life, and at his deth, it is my will and wish that the land shall descend to his daughter, Nancy F. Arvin, child of his first wife. And the lower part of the said Willow Shoal is hereby bequested to my son, Nathaniel Arvin. 6th: I do hereby bequest to the heirs of my son John Arvin all the land I own on Buck Creek. It is a part of the place called the Newton Place. It is my will and desire that my said son, John Arvin, have the use and occupancy his lifetime of said tract, then in trust for his children until the youngest may have arrived at the age of twentyone, and then to descend to his said heirs. 7th: I do hereby will and bequest to my son James Arvin, the tract of land known as the Mark Wyatt tract. 8th: I do hereby bequest unto my son, Zepe (Jesse) Arvin, all the tract of my land commencing at the upper line of the said Mark Wyatt tract and running up and adjoining the land herein bequest to his Mother and at her death I bequest to him that field of his Mother's called the old Clover field. It is my will and desire that my daughter, Sally King, have twenty dollars out of the proceeds of my estate. It is my will and wish that the heirs of my son, Jameson, have no portion of my estate other than the advancements that I have made to him in his lifetime. 11th: It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid, and should my personal estate not be sufficent for that object, I hereby enjoin all my heirs to whom I have herein bequested my land to pay their proportions of said debts and joint heirs is hereby reserved on the whole for that purpose should they not otherwise pay said debts. It is my will and desire that should the situation of my wife at any time require aid for the purpose of her comfortable support, then each of my heirs to whom I have bequested my land shall contribute their equal purportion in the way of rending a sum sufficent for her support until death. 12th: I do hereby constitute my sons, Nathaniel Arvin and Joseph Arvin, my executors for the purpose of carrying out this, my last will and testament into


28 affect. And the said Nathaniel Arvin is hereby authorized to carry into effect all my contracts and unsettled business of every description not herein or otherwise provided for. It is my will and desire that when my wife should depart this earth, that the land and property herein bequethed to her shall be equally divided between the balance of my heirs. To be equally divided into lots as near as can be and not to be sold out of the family. In testamony I have hereinto subscribed my same creed and affixed my seal this Eighteenth day of June, Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. Jameson Arvin, (seal) Witnesses: --------A. W. Quinn John Arvin E. N. Bowman State of Kentucky Estill County, 1841 This last Will and Testament of Jameson Arvin was produced in Court in October 1841, by A. W. Quinn and E. N. Bowman.


29 THE CHILDREN And GRANDCHILDREN Of NANCY THORNTON And JAMESON ARVIN ========================================= (With a few exceptions ages have been estimated from census records.) ========================================= [1] MARY FRANCES (Polly) ARVIN. Polly ARVIN was the first child of Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN of record. She was born in 1803, probably after her parents came to Kentucky. She died in 1864. When Polly was in her forties she married Samuel MURRY, the first of January 1846, Samuel died before 1860. They were divorced before he died. ....................................................... [1 Child] (1) Matilda Murry was born in 1851. She Married George M. REED, 20 Dec 1868, the son of Esther CALMES and William REED. Their children were: <1> William C. Reed, born in 1870. Married Lucinda --- in 1897. <2> James J. Reed, born in 1875. Married, Viola --- in 1902. <3> George M. Reed, born 1873. <4> John D. Reed, born in 1875. <5> Hiram Reed, born in 1877. Married, Cynthia --- @1900. <6> Samuel P. Reed, born in 1879. <7> Isaac Reed, born in 1888. Married, Ellen ---. <8> Robert Reed, born 1885. Married, Lula ---. <9> Ester Reed, born 1892. Married Clarence Neal, 1913. <10> Cain Reed, born 1894. ========================================


30 [2] JOHN ARVIN John ARVIN was born about 1805, probably in Madison County, the son of Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN. He died in Estill County in 1858. John married SALLY KING, 25 November 1830. Sally was born about 1807 and died in 1858. They had ........................................................[10 Children] (1) Martha Ann Arvin (b. 1831) Marriage--09 Mar 1852, Andrew Pritchett. (2) William Arvin (b. 1833). Married to Mattie Williams. (3) Robert Arvin Married--Mattie Jane Sandifer or Sarah Burton. He died about 1890 while crossing a river on a horse. <1> Denward Arvin (b. 1886, Lexington, KY). /1/ Ruth Arvin who m. --- Jones. <2> John Arvin (b. 1888). (4) Joseph Arvin (b. 1837). (5) John Arvin (b. 1839). (6) Jameson Arvin (b. 1841). (7) Demaries Arvin married, 20 Nov 1862, Samuel Pritchett or Harvey Reaves. (8) Samuel Arvin (b. 1845) Entered army--died. (9) Zachary Arvin (b. 1847). 10) Emily Arvin (b. 1849). ========================================== [3] NATHANIEL DACUS ARVIN Nathaniel Dacus ARVIN, son of Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN, stated when he was married the the second time that he was born in Madison County about 1807. He died about 1890 in Estill County. His first marriage, 17 April 1834, was to Lucinda BARKER, who was born in 1818. His second marriage in 1866 was to Nancy REED from Breathitt County. ........................................................... [1 Child] (1) Nancy M. Arvin (b. 19 Oct 1863). =========================================


31 [4] JAMESON ARVIN, Jr., Jameson ARVIN, Jr., the son of Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN Sr., was born, 1812, in Clay County, Kentucky. Jameson, Jr. preceded his father in death in the year 1841. He married, 1834, Sarah TUBBS in Estill County. She was born, 16 January 1815, and died, 04 July 1888. (Sarah's name has been found spelled in two ways: Tubbs - Grubbs.) .............[3 Children] ==================================== (1) Jesse T. Arvin (1836 - 1886) (2) Jameson Arvin, III. (1837 - 1924) (3) William Bartlett Arvin (1841 - 1896) ==================================== (1) Jesse T. ARVIN (born 26 Mar 1836 - died, 17 Apr 1886, of blood poisoning in his leg which he hurt while sawing wood) The son of Jameson Arvin, Jr. Jesse married, 01 Sep 1865 Sally Ann FREEMAN (born 1848). Sally died two days after Jesse, in childbirth. She was the daughter of Tennessee VAUGHN and Moab FREEMAN. They were buried in the Red Hill Cemetery at Panola, KY. ................................................[10 Children] <1> William Jameson Arvin, (b. 29 Dec 1866) at Crooked Creek, KY. William married Lavenia CANADY. <2> Mariah Arvin (b. 1868 - d. 1869.) <3> Annis Francis Arvin, (b. 15 Jun 1870, d. 1937). She married, 20 Aug 1888, Elijah Scott ELMORE, (b. 06 Jul 1867 - d. 30 Nov 1947, Blont County, TN) Both were buried at Stanford, KY. Their children were................. /1/ Lewis Clise Elmore (b. 05 Jan


32 1890, Lincoln County, KY. - d. 19 Jan 1969, Chattanooga, TN) Married, July 1916, Knox Co. KY, Laura LANE (b. 22 Aug 1892, Union Grove, TN, d. 09 Aug 1988, Buried Greenwood Cemetery). +1+ Mary Evelyn Elmore. +2+ Charles Scott Elmore. +3+ Harold Lane Elmore. +4+ Robert Arvin Elmore <4> Minerva Ann Arvin (d. 18 Feb 1960) Married, Ed SMITH. <5> John Henry Arvin (b. 1873) Married Patsy Bright. <6> Ambrose Jessie Arvin (b. 29 Apr 1875 d. 1954) Married Earl Netherland. /1/ Annis Frances Neatherland <7> Ada Jane Arvin (b. 15 Mar 1880 - d. 1980. Married, Herman Shively. <8> Sarah Tennessee (Aunt T) Arvin, (b. 1882) Married, Sam Harding. <9> James Madison Arvin, (b. 15 Apr 1884) Married, Van Ervington (Erning). <10> Moab Freeman Arvin, (b. 19 Apr 1886 - d. 28 Aug 1886). Sally Ann Freeman (Moab's Mother) died at his birth. -------------------------------------------------------------(2) JAMESON ARVIN, III. (2) Jameson Arvin, III (b. 1837/8 - d. 1924, the son of Jameson ARVIN, Jr.,and Sarah GRUBBS. Buried in the Rosedale Cemetery, Pembrooke, KY.). Married, 1861, Melissa WITT in Madison County, KY. Melissa died in 1891, Madison, County. <1> Sarah Jane Arvin, (b. 02 Oct 1862 - d. 14 Aug 1922) Married, 1890 to (Reps?) ARVIN. They were fourth cousins. He was the son of Frances JOYCE and Wm. Chapman ARVIN, son of Wm. ARVIN, Jr. of Lunenburg, VA. /1/ Ella Arvin.


33 /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/

Omar Arvin. S. Banks Arvin (b. 1895 - d. 1918). Bryan Arvin (b. 1897). Melissa Arvin (b. 1899). Mary Arvin (b. 29 Jun 1901). Mike Arvin (b. 15 Feb 1904). Patric Arvin (b. 02 Dec 1905). Thomas Arvin (b. 03 Jul 1908). +1+ David Arvin. +2+ Paul Arvin. +3+ Malcom Arvin. +4+ Tim Arvin. +5+ Sarah Neal Arvin. -------------------------------------------------------------(3) William Bartlett Arvin, (b. 20 Aug 1841, d. 04 Apr 1896). Son of Jameson ARVIN, Jr., and Sarah GRUBBS, married, Mariah LANDRETH, (b. 25 Mar 1842 - d. 17 Feb 1916). William was a Baptist minister and helped build the Baptist Church in Campbellsville, Taylor Co. KY. <1> Amy Catherine Arvin, married Charles Baker. <2> Alice Arvin, married Ed Smith. /1/ Paul Smith. <3> Sarah Margaret Arvin, married Dick Hoard. /1/ Candice Hoard. <4> Melissa Arvin, married, J. W. Campbell. /1/ Flossie Campbell. /2/ Mayree Campbell. /3/ Bruce Campbell. <5> John Spencer Arvin, married Lou (Cave?). <6> Lewis Butler Arvin, married 1st--Eva Lena Tandy. 2nd--Anna Newcomb. /1/ Brandos Arvin. /2/ Elizabeth Arvin. /3/ Robert Lewis Arvin.


34 <7> Jesse Brunner Arvin, born, 30 Sep 1874. m. Elizabeth Ermine Rice. /1/ Eva Lena Arvin. /2/ Rebecca Arvin. /3/ Mary Catherine Arvin, born, 06 Sep 1910. Married, 01 Sep 1928, Lloyd Kelly. ======================================

[5] DAVIS ARVIN Davis ARVIN, the son of Jameson ARVIN and Nancy THORNTON, was born in 1813, probably in Clay County, Kentucky. His first marriage, 03 Apr 1837, was to Catherine WELLS .............. [1 Child]. Second marriage, 03 Dec 1839, Hester Brandenburg WARREN ............................ [3 Children]. Third marriage, 1852, to Frances KING... [2 Ch.]. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Nancy Arvin (Named in grandfather's will). Susan Catherine Arvin (b. 1842). Desdamonia Arvin (b. 1844). Jonah Arvin (b. 1847). Fanny Arvin (b. 1853). Jesse Arvin (b. 1857).

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35 THOMAS GREEN ARVIN and NANCY FOWLER ----------------------- --------------------------------------[6] Thomas Green ARVIN was born in 1815 at old Landing, Estill County, KY, to Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN. He died at Buck Creek, Ky., in 1891/2. Inheriting the Peter Alumbaugh tract of land from his Father he lived out his life in that area and was buried in the Baker Cemetery near his home. During the Civil War he served in Company C, Eighth Kentucky Infantry. His marriage, 23 February 1837, was to NANCY FOWLER, born, 21 February 1820, on Station Camp, Estill County, Kentucky, and died in 1885, at home on Buck Creek of a stroke. She is buried in Baker Cemetery. NANCY was the youngest child of ELIZABETH (Betsy) HILL and JOSEPH FOWLER. Her parents both died in 1824 when she was four years old. Nancy was raised by her sister, JANE and Levi FLYNN. Levi stated this when he gave her permission to marry Thomas Green ARVIN at age seventeen. Thomas Green gave a deposition to a lawyer, J. B. White, at Irvine, Kentucky, for use in the Circuit Court of Estill County, 23 Mar 1877. In this deposition Thomas Green gives information about his Father's family under oath. In it he: Tells his own age. Gives the names of his parents. Gives the names of his brothers and sisters. Tells where they lived at different times. Tells of his Mother's death. Tells of his Father's will, recorded at Irvine. Talks of the property owned by his Father.


36 [FOLLOWING ARE the CHILDREN of NANCY FOWLER and THOMAS GREEN ARVIN] -------------------------------------------------Nathaniel Thornton Arvin William Joseph Arvin Jane Arvin Christopher N. Arvin Mary Ann Arvin Nancy Elizabeth Arvin -------------------------------------------------(1) Nathaniel Thornton Arvin (b. 13 Feb 1840 d. 17 Feb 1926) Married first, Sarah Ann ALCORN, who died, 11 Aug 1864. Married second Elizabeth PETERS, 13 Jul 1865. Elizabeth was (b. 24 Dec 1848 - d. 09 Jan 1919.) (2) Jane Arvin (b. 1842) Married to George HARRIS, 02 Mar 1865). (3) Mary Ann Arvin (b. 1844) Married Edward GABBARD. Mary Ann and Edward moved to Arkansas. (4) William Joseph Arvin (b. 1847) Marriage--(10 Aug 1871) to Sarah Ellen STEPHENS. Sarah Ellen and William moved to Indiana around 1900. (5) Christopher N. Arvin (b. 1849) Married, 12 Aug 1870, to Martha Ann ROBERTSON, daughter of Elizabeth STOKES and Berry ROBERTSON. Martha Ann & Christopher moved to Indiana to live. [FOR MORE ABOUT MARTHA ANN see the ROBERTSON BOOK] (6) Nancy Elizabeth (Aunt Cissy) Arvin (b. 1853). Married 1st--(12 Aug 1870) ALEX COLE. Married 2nd--JOHN TAYLOR.


37 NATHANIEL THORNTON ARVIN SARAH ANN ALCORN and ELIZABETH PETERS ----------------------------------------------------------------(1) Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN (His Pension records say that he died, 13 Mar 1924. His tombstone states that he died, 11 Feb 1926). He was buried in the Hunt Cemetery located at the top of Barnes Mountain, Estill County, KY.) He was the first child of Nancy FOWLER and Thomas Green ARVIN, born on Station Camp, Estill Co., KY, on 13 Feb 1840. Nathaniel served in the Civil War, Company E, 47 Infantry from Estill County and received a pension. Nathaniel’s first marriage was to Sarah Anne ALCORN, the daughter of William ALCORN of Estill County. Sally Anne died, 11 August, 1864. While serving in the Army Nathaniel became very ill and lay near dying in Camp Nelson. Sally Anne went to Camp Nelson to nurse him but became ill herself and died there. She and Nathaniel had two children......................[2 Children] Nathaniel’s second marriage was to Elizabeth PETERS (born, 24 December, 1848 in Scott County, Virginia. She died, 09 January 1919, in Estill County, Kentucky) Elizabeth was the daughter of Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS , and is buried beside her husband, Nathaniel, in the Hunt Cemetery. Elizabeth and Nathaniel had thirteen children.....[13 Children] ============================================= [Note: For MORE INFORMATION on the PETERS FAMILY SEE “ASSOCIATE FAMILIES”] =============================================


38 The Legend of---ELIZABETH PETERS

ELIZABETH PETER'S coming to Kentucky to live was certainly of an unaccountable nature. Her sister, MARY CATHERINE, had set out from Scott County, Virginia, with her children, to join her husband, ZACHARIAH FIELDS, in Kentucky to live. Zachariah had preceded Mary Catherine to Kentucky and had a home (log house) built on Barnes Mountain, to receive her. Mary Catherine's sister, ELIZABETH, and other members of her family rode with her as far as the Gap in the Cumberland Mountains. Upon reaching the Gap where the family members were to say good-bye and turn back home Elizabeth decided to continue on to Kentucky upon Mary Catherine's urging. One day, after they were settled in on Barnes Mountain, a young man named NATHANIEL THORNTON ARVIN came by to see Zachariah. Upon completion of his business and as he rode away, Elizabeth watched him leave, and announced to Zachariah and Mary Catherine, " I'm going to marry that man." "Oh no, you're not." Zack replied. "He's already married." A short time later during the Civil War, Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN lay very ill from measels and pneumonia in the hospital at Camp Nelson in Kentucky. Upon hearing the news his wife, SARAH ANN ALCORN, left her children in the care of her family and climbed on her horse to go nurse him. On the way to Camp Nelson she became ill and died shortly after reaching Camp, without seeing Nathaniel. Legend says that SARAH ANN ALCORN


39 ARVIN was buried in the cemetery at Camp Nelson. I have never been able to check. NATHANIEL recovered and returned home to his family which now consisted of his son, THOMAS FRANKLIN. NANCY ANN, his young daughter had died during the winter of 1863\4. Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN met again after his return from the Civil War. True to her word, and fulfilling her earlier prophesy, Elizabeth married "that man" (NATHANIEL) on, 13 July, 1865, She and Nathaniel were married in the log house home of Catherine and Zachariah Fields, by the Rev. JOHN MURPHY, brother to Elizabeth's Mother. Elizabeth and Nathaniel completed their life on Barnes Mountain with a family of thirteen children including one set of twins. They are buried on Barnes Mountain in the Hunt Cemetery. Written: March 3, 1990. Opal Dean Arvin


40 [FOLLOWING ARE THE CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL THORNTON ARVIN] -------------------------------------------------<1> <2> <3> <4> <5> <6> <7> <8> <9> <10> <11> <12> <13> <14> <15>

Nannie J. Arvin (1860-1863). Thomas Franklin Arvin (1862-1903) m. Alice Peters. Melissa Ann Arvin (1866-1951) m. Jonah Jesse Crowe. Mary Jane Arvin (1867-1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s) m. Irvine Jameson. Nancy Elizabeth Arvin (1869-1939) m. Franklin Patterson Robertson James Arvin (1871-1871) (James and Fannie were twins who died within a month of birth). Fannie B. Arvin (1871-1871). Jonas Arvin (1872-1940) m. Tabatha Jane Fox. Robert Christopher Arvin (1875-1948) m. 1st--Ada Step m. 2nd--Mary Susan Robertson. Susan Emmaline Arvin (1877-1917) m. James D. King. Louise T. Arvin (1880- ?) m. Allen Fox. George W. Arvin (1882-1886). Nathaniel Green Arvin (1884-1978) m. Sarah Harris. Mattie Alice Arvin 1887-1907) m. Marshall B. Richardson. Edie Margaret Arvin (1889-1925) m. Millard Seth Edwards.

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41 NATHANIEL THORNTON ARVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CHILDREN ====================================== <1>

Nannie J. ARVIN was the first child born to Sally Ann ALCORN and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. She was born, 24 March 1860, and died sometime in winter of 1863, after her Mother had left to see her Father in Camp Nelson. This was before her Father returned home from the Civil War. ======================================

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Thomas Franklin ARVIN (born, 21 March 1862, died, 01 Jan 1903) He was the second and last child of Sally Ann and Nathaniel Arvin. Thomas married, 26 August 1886, Alice PETERS (born about 1864, TN? died, 07 May 1948) Alice was the daughter of Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS. Thomas and Alice had seven children..........[7 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/

Jonas Arvin (born 1887) m. 1st--Nancy Margaret Fox. m. 2nd--Nancy Chaney Watson. Nathaniel Thornton Arvin (born 1889) m. 1st--Katie Fox. m. 2nd--Birtha Richardson. Aaron Monroe Arvin (born 1890) m. Minnie Carroll in 1914. Mary Ann Arvin (born 1892/3) Died at age sixteen. Nancy Margaret Arvin (born 1894) m. Noah Wells. Robert C. Arvin (1897-1984) m. 1st--Lillie Sparks. m. 2nd--Mary Durbin. Thomas Franklin Arvin (born 1899)


42 <3>

MELISSA ANN ARVIN (born, 01 Mar 1866 died, 20 Nov 1951). She was the first child of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. Melissa married, 10 Jun 1886, Jonah Jesse CROW (born 29 Jan 1865 - died 15 May 1945) the son of Susan Catherine ARVIN and John Shelton CROW. They had eleven children. Three of the children died while babies: George, Jonah and Elizabeth. ...........................................................[11 Children] ======================================= /1/ Charles Franklin Crow /7/ Emma Jane Crow /2/ Nathaniel Shelton Crow /8/ William Andrew Crow /3/ Idamae Crow /9/ George Crow /4/ Nettie Margaret Crow /10/ Jonah Crow /5/ Minnie Frances Crow /11/ Elizabeth Crow /6/ Christopher McKinney Crow ======================================= /1/ Charles Franklin Crow (born, March 1887, died 25 Apr 1958) Charles married, 24 Dec 1908, Etta CARROL, daughter of Lucy BARNETTE and Ben CARROL..................... [13 Children] +1+ Tandy Crow (born 1909 - died at two months) +2+ Ethel Crow (born 07 Jul 1911, died 29 Aug 1952) Married, 01 Jul 1927, to Elmer CHANEY. +3+ Lewis Crow (born 27 Aug 1914) Married, 30 Oct 1933, to Bessie HOWEL. +4+ Edward Crow (born 21 Oct 1916) Married, 09 Apr 1934, to Mollie BLEVENS. +5+ William Martin Crow (born 26 Oct 1918) Married in 1940 to Marie FLETCHER. +6+ Lucy Ann Crow (born 12 Feb 1921) Married, 1st--Roscoe BLEVINS. 2nd--Albert BRANDENBURG. +7+ Clement Franklin Crow (born 06 Jul 1923) Married, 1st--Callie BRINEGAR.


43 2nd--Lois HORN. 3rd --- MILLER. +8+ Dorothy Frances Crow (born 24 May 1925 - died Nov 1925). +9+ Jesse Carvolin Crow (born 28 Aug 1926) Married, 31 May 1956, to Dorothy PROSSER. +10+ James Herbert Crow (born 07 Nov 1928) Married to Dorothy Broadus BENTON. +11+ Fannie Margaret Crow (born 21 Dec 1931) Married, 19 Jan 1952, to Arlie Lee BRANDENBURG. +12+ Dessie Mae Crow (born 09 Jan 1935) Married to James Ray STONE. +13+ Geraldine Crow (born 26 Apr 1937) Married, 27 Oct 1960, Eldon COLE. ----------------------------------------------------------/2/ Nathaniel Shelton Crow (born in April 1889, died 20 Sep 1966) Married in Aug 1909 to Sarah Bell LAMB (born 31 Mar 1890 - died 13 Feb 1968) the daughter of Emily ROBERTSON and George LAMB. Nathaniel Shelton and Sarah Bell lived and raised their family in Richmond, Kentucky. .................................................... [12 Children] +1+ William Crow (died soon after birth). +2+ Vilie Mae Crow (born 11 Apr 1912) Married three times the third time to Sid LYNCH. +3+ Georgia Emily Crow (born 30 Jul 1915) Married in 1938 to Vardy JONES. +4+ Mary Catherine Crow (born 04 Oct 1919) Married in 1939 to Johnny B. JONES. +5+ Gladys Marie Crow (born 22 Feb 1922) Married to Vernon PERRY. +6+ Donna Cole Crow (born 28 Mar 1923) Married to J. B. COLLINS. +7+ Mitchell Dawson Crow (born 06 Mar 1924) Married to Christeen STONE. +8+ Ollie Ann Crow (born 09 Apr 1925) Married first to Earl HAHN.


44 +9+ Monta Pearl Crow (born 13 Feb 1926) Married to Alex JONES. +10+ James Malcolm Crow (born 17 Nov 1927) Married first to Wilma ELSWICK (divorced). +11+ Ann Margaret Crow - died young. +12+ Laura Alice Crow - died young. ---------------------------------------------------------------/3/ Idamae Crow (born 06 Sep 1894 - died 13 Apr 1964) Idamae married, 14 Jan 1915, Enoch STAMPER (born in June 1894) son of Margaret RILEY and Enoch STAMPER. +1+ Enoch Stamper, 111 (born 18 March 1916) Married first Myrtle TUDOR and second to Isabelle ARROWOOD. +2+ Delbertia Stamper (born 23 Oct 1917) Married to Ray INGRAM. Divorced 1965. +3+ Jesse Benjamin Stamper (born 26 Apr 1920) Married, 10 Jun 1943, to Carrie LONNAKER. +4+ Virgie Leon Stamper (born 08 Nov 1921) Married to Edith Embree in 1944. They bought and lived at the old Crow farm. +5+ Ann Margaret Stamper (born 26 Apr 1924) Married, in 1945 to Prentiss ROBERTS in 1953 to Woodrow DAVIS. +6+ Velma Fay Stamper (born 05 Feb 1927) Married first to Troy NEAL and second to Lewis ALLEN in 1969. +7+ Sarah Alene Stamper (born 13 Jan 1929) Married in 1942 to Scott NEAL. +8+ Virginia Lee Stamper (born and d. 1933) ------------------------------------------------------------/4/ Nettie Margaret Crow (born 19 Nov 1896 died 17 Sep 1988) Nettie Margaret married, 2 Sep 1913, James William MILLER (born 01 Aug 1889 - died 26 Dec 1956) James William was the son of Nancy Darthula DICKSON and Geo. P. Miller.


45 +1+ Hazel Miller (born 17 Jun 1914) Married, 26 Jun 1936 to Cleveland J. ANGEL (born 16 Jun 1914 - died 1976) *1* Jerry Lane Angel (born and died in 1938) +2+ Hargis Miller (born 18 Sep 1916) Married, 18 Dec 1939, to Dorothy Mae BRINEGAR (born in Jul 1923 - died 3 Nov 1966) Two children. Married second time to Betty HENERY. One child. *1* Lois Ann Miller (born 22 Sep 1941) Married, Byron HAWKINS in 1960. *2* Hargis Miller, Jr. (born 18 Sep 1947) Married to Amnette HENERY in 1968. *3* Christopher Allen Miller. +3+ Haynes Miller (born 19 Apr 1919) Married, 03 May 1939, to Alex STAMPER (born 18 Jun 1917/19 - died 15 March 1986, buried at Campbells Cemetery, Doe Creek, KY.) the son of Sarah McKINNEY and Richard STAMPER. *1* Billy Don Stamper (born 19 Mar 1940, Estill Co. KY) Married, 23 Oct 1963, to Thelma Jean WINKLER (born 06 May 1941) daughter of Dorothy JOHNSON and Alvin WINKLER. ^1^ Delores Jean Stamper (born 02 May 1965). ^2^ John Ashley Stamper (born 14 Apr 1966). ^3^ Weldon Stamper (born 08 Mar 1971). ^4^ Tyrone Stamper (born 08 Mar 1971). ^5^ Billy Don Stamper, Jr. (born 27 Jul 1979) *2* Raymond Gene Stamper (born 24 Jan 1942, Lexington, KY) Married, 26 Oct 1973, to Laura Lisa STAKELBECK (born 25 May 1953, Indianapolis, Ind) daughter of Opal and Dale STAKELBECK.


46 ^1^ Alicia Maria Stamper (born 08 Oct 1975) *3* Margaret Sue Stamper (born 21 Aug 1944, Irvine, KY) Married, 29 Jun 1965, to Billy Ray DUNN (born 09 Dec 1939) son of Mable DURBIN and John DUNN. ^1^ Kevin Ray Dunn (born 08 Jun 1969, Lexington, KY) Married in Nov 1986, Tina Marie MORRISON. :1: Kevin Ray Dunn, Jr. (b. Jul 1987) :2: Jason Christopher Dunn (b. 25 Aug 1988) +4+ Herald Miller (born 31 Aug 1921, died, 03 Oct 1986) Married in May 1956 to Annamae GROSS (born 05 Mar 1929). *1* Ruth Miller (born 1957) Married, Elden ROGERS. *2* Deborah Lynn Miller (born 1959) Married, Mike DAVIS. *3* Stephen Jeffery Miller (born 1961) Married, Ellen ---. *4* Daniel Howard Miller (born 1963) +5+ Hebert Miller (born 25 May 1925 - died 01 Jun 1944, in WW11, Rome, Italy. +6+ Farrell Gene Miller (born 25 Aug 1933) Married, 1956, Verneda Mae FLYNN. *1* Aubrey Bertram Miller (b. 1956) *2* Sheila Jean Miller (born 1957) *3* James Wesley Miller (born 1960) *4* Alex Farrell Miller (born 1963) *5* Verneda June Miller (born 1967) *6* Samuel Kim Miller (born 1970) -------------------------------------------------------------

/5/ Minnie Frances Crow (born in April 1899, died in 1985) She married James JOHNSON in Oct 1917. James died in 1981. He was the son of


47 Nancy DUNAWAY and William JOHNSON. +1+ James Otis Johnson (born 27 Aug 1918) Married Joyce M. MILLSON in England in 1943. Lived in Hamilton, Ohio. +2+ Anna Jesse Johnson (born 27 Oct 1920) Married in Jan 1939 to Robert TUGGLE who died in 1970. +3+ Nancy William Johnson (14 Jan 1923) Married, 07 May 1943, Maurice WILSON, Jr. Lived in Ashland, Ky. +4+ Clause Douglas Johnson (born 02 May 1925 - died in 1970's) Married, 04 Jul 1951, to Betty GROTTO. +5+ Nora Etta Johnson (born 02 May 1927) Married, 1st--David QUCKETT, 1947. 2nd-- ---KENNEDY, 1960. +6+ Laura Alice Johnson ( born 17 Jun 1929) Married 28 Jan 1947, to William REVELIE. -------------------------------------------------------------/6/

Christopher McKinney Crow (08 Sep 1901, died 25 Apr 1959) Married, 19 Apr 1923, to Florence WILLIAMS (born 11 Oct 1905) daughter of Mollie HORN and Joseph Clark WILLIAMS. +1+ Lena Mae Crow (born 08 Apr 1924) Married first to Jay BROWNING in 1943. +2+ Jesse Clark Crow (born 03 Nov 1925) Married to Sylvia LEE, 1945, in Dayton, Ohio. +3+ Charles Curtis Crow (born 10 Feb 1929) +4+ Clifton McKinney Crow (born 27 Mar 1932) +5+ James Russel Crow (born 27 May 1939) Married to Betty SMITH in Dayton, Ohio. +6+ Billy Dean Crow (born 28 Aug 1935) Married in Ohio.


48 +7+ Paul Crow (born 11 Jul 1941) Married to Louise LOWE. +8+ Pauline Crow (born 11 Jul 1941) Married to James HORN in 1959. ------------------------------------------------------------/7/

Emma Jane Crow (born 06 Sep 1904 - died in 1977) Married to James Claud SHEAN in 1922 from West Point, KY. James Claud died in 1942. +1+ Alma Frances Shean (born 22 Feb 1925) Married first William HORN 2ndColumbus GRAY 3rd--Ernest RIDDLE. +2+ Alene Shean (born 06 Sep 1926) Married, Arthur DAMARELL in Lexington, KY. +3+ James Clifford Shean (born July 1934 - died in 1935) +4+ Gordon Edward Shean (born 27 Sep 1939) Married first to Elain WINBURN. +5+ Ida Lois Shean (born 26 May 1942) Married to Preston HORN in 1965. ---------------------------------------------------------------/8/ William Andrew Crow (born 28 May 1908) Married, 19 Jul 1931, Rosanna CROW who died in 1979. Daughter of Nellie CARROLL and William Morton CROW. Second marriage, 25 Nov 1980, to Ethel WHITE. Daughter of Annie RICHARDSON and Pleas WHITE. =======================================


49 MARY JANE ARVIN IRVINE JAMISON <4>

Mary Jane ARVIN (born, 27 Sep 1867 - died, 1930) was the second child of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. She married the 22 Nov 1888, IRVINE JAMISON (born, 1830 - died about 1920. The 1850 Census lists him as being 20 years old. Jamison was the son of Mordicia JAMISON.) He served in the 14th KY Cavalry, Co E, during the Civil War. They had seven children................. [7 Children] -------------------------------------------------------------------/1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/

Betty Jamison (born about 1889). Sp: William Lamb, son of Emily Robertson and George Lamb. Nettie Jamison (born, 1893). Sp: Claude Harris, Jr., son of Jane Arvin and Claude Harris, Sr. Jesse Jamison (born about 1896). Sp: 1st: Rhoda Lynch da of John D. Lynch. 2nd: Mary McKinney. Hume Jamison (born about 1906). Married --- McKinney from Barnes Mountain. Nathaniel Jamison died young. Lou Ann Jamison died young. Tandy Jamison died young.


50 NANCY ELIZABETH ARVIN FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON <5>

Nancy Elizabeth Arvin (born, 17 May 1869, died, 05 Sep 1939, in Estill County, Kentucky, buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Crooked Creek, Kentucky) was the third child of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. She married, 14 Nov 1889, Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON (born, 18 Feb 1858, in Kentucky - died, 17 Sep 1931, Crooked Creek, Estill County, KY)..... [10 Children] ----------------------------------------------------------------/1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/ /10/

Martin Luther Robertson (1890-1969). Sp: Minnie Marie Fischer (1888-1983). Milford Leo Robertson (1892-1978). Sp: Nannie Dozier (1898-1931). Sp: Minnie Barrett (1905-1993). James Christopher Robertson (1894-1942). Sp: Amanda Muncy (1900-1991). Berry Irvine Robertson (1897-1970). Sp: Ova Oglesby (1909-1942). William Thornton Robertson (1900-1942). Sp: Eva Lena Powell (1898-1995). Viola Elizabeth Robertson (1902-1988). Sp: Luther Walton (1895-1971). Clara Alice Robertson (1904-1987). Sp: Elveria Tobias (1911-1994). Pearl Almer Robertson (1906-1978). Sp: Boyd Oglesby (1907-1995). McCager Lee Robertson (1909-1981). Sp: Rachel Chaney (1913-1998). Rachel Edith Robertson (1913-1995). Sp: Casper Lake (1906-1976).

====================================== [For more about the family of Nancy and Franklin see the ROBERTSON BOOK.]


51 The TWINS ========= ----------------------------------------------<6> James Arvin The next two children in the family of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin were twins, James and Fanny B. They were born in 1871 and died within a month of their birth. They were buried in the Hunt Cemetery near where their parents were later buried.


52 The TWINS ========= ----------------------------------------------<7> Fanny B. Arvin The next two children in the family of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin were twins, James and Fanny B. They were born in 1871 and died within a month of their birth. They were buried in the Hunt Cemetery near where their parents were later buried.


53 JONAS ARVIN TABITHA FOX <8>

Jonas ARVIN (born, 23 Sep 1872 - died, 1946, at Millerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Creek, KY) Jonas was the sixth child of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin. He married, 18 Aug 1894, Tabitha Jane Fox (born, 1778 - died, 1960, in Hamilton, Ohio). Jonas and Tabitha raised their family at Yellow Rock in Lee County, KY...................................... [10 Children] ======================================= /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/ /10/

Florence Arvin (1896 - 1984) Sp: Aaron Horn. Hiram K. Arvin (1898 - 1982) Sp: Lucy Newman. Elizabeth Ann Arvin (born in 1901) Sp: Cletis Mayes. Joe Daniel Arvin (born, 1903) Sp: Emma Watson. Jesse Thomas Arvin (born, 1906) Sp: Alice Morris. James Arvin (born, 1908) Sp: Pearl Allen. Algin Arvin (born, 1910). Herbert Arvin (1914 - 1980) Sp: Minerva Stamper. Emma Arvin (born, 1915) Sp: Charles Sparks Sp: Cordie Reece. Carl Arvin (1917 - 1979) Sp: Fanny Barnes, da of William Barnes.

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54 ROBERT CHRISTOPHER ARVIN ADA STEP - MARY SUSAN ROBERTSON ====================================== <9>

Robert Christopher ARVIN (born, 31 Jan 1875 Buck Creek, Estill County, Kentucky. died, 11 May 1948, in the adjoining County of Madison, KY). He was buried in the Hunt Cemetery at the top of Barnes Mountain, KY. Robert, called Chris, was the son of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN of Estill County, KY. First marriage, 07 May 1894, was to Ada STEP (born, 1880 - died, 05 May 1914 in Estill County, buried in the Hunt Cemetery). She was the daughter of Rachel Bishop and Simon Step........................................ [8 Children] Second marriage, 18 Mar 1915, to Mary Susan ROBERTSON (born, 14 June 1880, Jackson Co. KY. Died, 17 Dec 1962, in Estill County, KY) Buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, Estill County, KY). Mary was the daughter of Martha Magadalne ROBERTSON and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON....................[2 Children] ====================================== /1/ Nathaniel Arvin /6/ Dora Arvin /2/ Elizabeth Arvin /7/ Beverly Arvin /3/ Abiga Arvin /8/ Clarence Arvin /4/ Edie Jane Arvin /9/ Opal Dean Arvin /5/ Rachel Ann Arvin /10/ Luther Marcum Arvin


55 R. C. ARVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CHILDREN And GRANDCHILDREN ---------------------------------------------/1/

NATHANIEL ARVIN (born 14 Apr 1895, Estill, Co.KY, died, 9 Jul 1977, Estill Co., KY. He was the first child of Ada STEP and Robert C. ARVIN Married first, 16 Aug 1916, to Agnes COX (born, 1898 - died 1946, Estill County, KY) daughter of Hulda BELL and F. M. COX.......... [9 Children] ---------------------------------------------------------------+1+ Vella Arvin (born 21 May 1917... died young). +2+ Golda Arvin. +3+ Edward Arvin (born 02 Jun 1919). +4+ Anna May Arvin (born 07 Oct 1921). +5+ Edna Arvin. +6+ Lola E. Arvin (born 29 Mar 1925). +7+ Lana Sue Arvin (born 04 Oct 1927). +8+ Luther Arvin (born 07 Jun 1933). +9+ Cressy Helen Arvin (born 11 Oct 1935). ========================================

/2/

ELIZABETH ARVIN (born, 26 Aug 1896 - died, 1952, buried in the Hunt Cemetery on Barnes Mountain, KY). Married, 10 Nov 1915, to Simpson CANTER (1885 - 1960) .................[9 Children] ---------------------------------------------------------------+1+ +2+ +3+ +4+ +5+

Edessa Canter Christopher Canter Luther Canter Birtha Canter Pocahontas Canter

+6+ Cecil Canter +7+ Rachel Canter +8+ Jesse Canter +9+ Hazel B. Canter


56 ABIGA (Bige) ARVIN ======================================= /3/

Abiga (Bige) ARVIN (born, 09 Jun 1899 Estill County, KY - died, 10 Jun 1978, buried in Memorial Gardens, West Irvine, KY.) Bige first married Lena SHEPHARD, (born, 1902 - died,1920. Lena died of tuberculosis, one year and eight months after they were married. Bigeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second marriage was to Ollie PUCKETT (born, 23 Sep 1904 - died, 22 Sep 1988, buried beside Bige in Memorial Gardens....[9 Children] -------------------------------------------------------------+1+ +2+ +3+ +4+ +5+ +6+ +7+ +8+ +9+

Dorothy Arvin (born, 22 Nov 1922). Rosiland Irene Arvin (born, 14 Apr 1924 ). Walter Arvin (born, 27 Oct 1925). Nina Ruth Arvin (born, 11 Aug 1927). Norma Jean Arvin (born, 28 Feb 1929). Charles Scott Arvin (born 08 Oct 1930). Wanda Lee Arvin (born, 1932) Franklin Delano Arvin (born, 03 Nov 1942). Sheryl Belene Arvin (born, 27 Jul 1948)


57 /4/

EDITH ARVIN (born, 26 April 1902, Estill Co., KY - died, 02 Mar 1928, buried in the Hunt Cemetery, at the top of Barnes Mountain) Edith was married, 23 Jun 1917, at Shade, KY, to James Wesley Lamb (born, 24 Apr 1896, Rockcastle, KY, - died, 13 Mar 1964, Irvine, KY) the son of Emily Robertson and and George Lamb. 5 Children] ------------------------------------------------------------Embry Lamb Bessie Marie Lamb Herman Christopher Lamb Pliny Lamb George Brock Lamb ------------------------------------------------------------+1+ Embry Lamb (born, Apr 1918 - died, March 1919, during the flu epidemic, buried in the Hunt Cemetery, Estill County, KY. ------------------------------------------------------------+2+ Herman Christopher Lamb (born, 28 Jan 1920, Herman married, 06 Dec 1941,Hazel AINES, daughter of Anna Walters and Albert Aines..[1 son] *1* Albert Wesley Lamb, m. Judy Wells. -------------------------------------------------------------+3+ George Brock Lamb (21 Oct 1922 - died, 05 Dec 1981) Married Hazel Wagers. *1* George Lamb, Jr. m. Elizabeth Judd. *2* Anthony Lamb, m. Sandra Billings. -------------------------------------------------------------+4+ Bessie Marie Lamb (born, 24 Feb 1924) Married, Vernon Evans. *1* Linda K. Evans *2* Kimberly Jane Evans ------------------------------------------------------------+5+ Pliny Agnes Lamb (born, 27 Feb 1928 died, 02 Apr 1928). ======================================= After Edieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s death in 1928, James Wesley Lamb married Agnes Grace and had a second family of seven children. Paul Lamb, Norman Lamb Albert Lamb, James Lamb, Jr. Jesse Lamb, Brenda Lamb, Dolson Lamb.


58 RACHEL ANN ARVIN WILLIAM DAWES ----------------------------------------------------------/5/

Rachel Ann ARVIN (born, 21 May 1908, Estill County, KY - died, 14 Jan 1986, Lexington, KY - buried in South Irvine Cemetery) was the daughter of Ada Step and Robert Christopher Arvin. Rachel married William DAWES, 10 Jan 1924, in the home of Mrs. Sue Jackson in Irvine, KY by the Rev Potts. Witnesses were: her sister, Pochontas Pace and her father, Robert C. Arvin. William Dawes was born, 24 Dec 1882, Liberty, IN - died, 08 Mar 1974, Irvine, KY. ...................................................[7 Children] ======================================= Floyd Dawes Shirley Dawes Evelyn Dawes William Dawes Thelma Dawes Robert Dawes Mattie Bea Dawes ======================================= +1+

Floyd Dawes (born, 07 Oct 1924, Irvine, KY) Married, 05 Dec 1941, Edna Billings. Edward Lee Dawes Myra J. Dawes Karen Michelle Dawes ---------------------------------------------------------------+2+

Evelyn Dawes (born, 24 Aug 1926, Irvine, KY) Married, 15 Mar 1946, Ben Griffin (born, 30 Jun 1924 - died, 01 Mar 1991, Estill Co.) son of Nancy E. Sparks and Rutherford B. Griffin. Larry Frank Griffin Alma Griffin Carolyn Griffin Ben Griffin, Jr.


59 +3+

Thelma Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dean Dawes (born, 27 Feb 1932, Irvine, KY) Married in April 1951 to Raymond Hawkins Anna Pearl Hawkins Debra Ray Hawkins

---------------------------------------------------------------+4+

Mattie Bea Dawes (born 12 Dec 1934, Irvine, KY) Married, 12 May 1952, to Henry Johnson (born, 06 Aug 1918 (died, 08 July 1991) Sally Ann Johnson Jackie Johnson

---------------------------------------------------------------+5+

Elizabeth Shirley Dawes (born, 25 Dec 1937, Irvine, KY) Married, 25 Apr 1956 to Leonard Hardy (born, 21 Jun 1934) David Hardy Jeffory Hardy Gerald Hardy Debra Lynn Hardy

----------------------------------------------------------------+6+

William Billy Dawes, Jr., (born, 16 May 1946, Irvine, KY) Married, 19 Nov 1967 to Dorothy Shoemaker. Teresa Dawes. ----------------------------------------------------------------+7+

Robert (Bobby) Joseph Dawes (born, 16 Nov 1948, married to Carolyn Turpin. Sherry Dawes


60 OPAL DEAN ARVIN ======================================= /9/

Opal Dean ARVIN (born, 31 Jan 1918, Irvine, KY) the first child of Mary Susan ROBERTSON and Robert Christopher ARVIN. She was married, 18 Feb 1950, in the Christian Church, Bardstown Road, Louisville, Kentucky, by Dr. Geo. Swann, to Edward Frank ROMANS (born, 02 Aug 1917, Chicago, Illinois,) son of Frances JASKULSHA and Joseph Francis ROMANS. ..............................................................[2 Children] ======================================= +1+

Frances Susan Romans (born, 30 Jan 1951, Louisville, KY) Married, 19 May 1973, in Chicago, IL, to Joseph RUBINO (born, 19 Nov 1949) the son of Lorraine SMITH and William RUBINO. *1* Robin Rubino (18 Mar 1977) ^1^ Austin William Botchuck, (born, 06 Mar 1995) the son of Robin and Anthony Botchuck. *2* Michael Harry Rubino (12 Dec 1978). -----------------------------------------------------------------+2+

Sarah Elizabeth Romans (born, (born, 21 Sep 1952, Louisville, KY) Married, 20 Aug 1977, Palatine, IL, to Patrick McKinney DONAHUE, (born, 08 Jan 1950, Palatine, IL). Son of Charlotte McKINNEY and Robert DONAHUE. *1*

Alec McKinney Donahue (10 Jun 1987)


61 LUTHER MARCUM ARVIN ======================================== /10/

Luther Marcum ARVIN (born, 02 Apr 1921, Estill Co., KY - died, 24 Dec 1989, Marion Center, PA. buried in the Oakland Cemetery, Indiana, PA) the second child of Mary Susan ROBERTSON and Robert Christopher ARVIN. Lutherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first marriage was to Geneva ROSE (born, 06 Aug 1923) the daughter of Cynthia SKINNER and David ROSE of Madison County, KY.......................... [3 Children] His second marriage was to Lillian Jean MANNA (born, 13 Dec 1934) of PA..................[1 adopted] ======================================= +1+ Mary Ann Arvin +3+ Donna Arvin +2+ Thelma Arvin +4+ Debra Arvin =======================================

+1+ Mary Ann Arvin (born, 28 Aug 1940, Anderson, IN). Marriage, 27 Sep 1958, Hudson Ohio, to Joe BROSTEK (born, 18 Mar 1940, Bedford, Ohio. *1* Joe Brostek, Jr. (12 Mar 1959). *2* Anthony Luther Brostek (born, 28 Oct 1960 died, 15 Jul 1973). *3* Jessica Brostek (12 Dec 1966). *4* Rebecca Brostek (28 Mar 1970). --------------------------------------------------------------------

+2+ Thelma Arvin (born, 18 May 1942/3, died, 23 Sep 1967, in automobile accident, buried in Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY) Marriage to Robert HOLMES.


62 *1* Robert Holmes, Jr. (16 Aug 1961). *2* Theodore Marcum Holmes (16 Aug 1961). *3* Tanya Holmes (31 May 1963). ------------------------------------------------------------+3+

Donna Arvin (born, 23 Jan 1945). Married first, James PEEL (born, 21 Feb 1938). 2nd marriage to Jay MARTIN (born, 1934). *1* *2* *3* *4*

David Peel (born, 16 Oct 1961). Donald Peel (born, 16 Oct 1961). Denise Peel (born, 22 Apr 1964). Tara Martin (born, 15 Apr 1970)

------------------------------------------------------------+4+

Debra Arvin (born, 13 Feb 1970). Married to Cary ISENBERG. *1* Rebecca Susan Isenberg (Sep 1995)


63 SUSAN EMALINE ARVIN And JAMES D. KING ================================= <10>

Susan Emaline ARVIN (born 27 Aug 1877, died, 11 May 1917, in Estill County) was the eighth child of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin. Susan married, 23 Nov 1893, James D. King. They lived and raised their family on Station Camp in Estill County. and are buried in the King Cemetery, located on Bushy Mountain Road, Station Camp, KY. ............................................................ [9 Children] ---------------------------------------------------------------/1/

/2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/

Archy Henry King (born, 1895) Married a Tuggle daughter of Matilda Cole and Jake Tuggle. +1+ Millard King. +2+ Ancil King. +3+ Susan King. Fanny King (born, 1897) Married, Dillard Morris, in 1914. +1+ Dillard Morris, Jr. Zella King (born, 1899) Married, T. J. Morris, 1920. James King, Jr., (born, 1902, died in his teens). Martha King (born, 1904) Married, 15 Oct 1919, to James H. Flynn. Grace King (born, 1906) Married first to Jim Ingram and second to Miles Gully. Lelia King (born, 1908) Married, John Reece. William King (born, 1910) Married, Jane Reece. They made their home on Barnes Mountain. +1+ Juanita King. Pleas King Died young.

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64 LOUISA THORNTON ARVIN And ALLEN FOX =========================== <11> Louisa Thornton ARVIN (born, 07 Jan 1880, died after 1925) was the ninth child of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin. She married 25 February 1897, Allen FOX (born, Nov 1875) son of Martha Bryant and George Fox. Martha was a sister to Julius Cornelius BRYANT, who married Clara Robertson, daughter of Berry Robertson. .........................................................[7 Children] ----------------------------------------------------------/1/ Elizabeth Fox (born, about 1901). /2/ Mattie L. Fox (born, about 1903). Married to Frank Anerson when she was fourteen years old. /3/ William B. Fox (born, about 1905). /4/ George B. Fox (born, about 1906). /5/ Jonah C. Fox (born, about 1910). Louisa and Allen had at least two other children. Names and ages not known. Probably the first two children born to them.


65 GEORGE WESLEY ARVIN ====================== <12> Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin had a son whom they named George Wesley Arvin (born, 1882). He died of diptheria in 1886 when he was four years old.


66 NATHANIEL GREEN ARVIN And And SARAH HARRIS ============================ <13>

Nathaniel Green ARVIN (born, 05 April 1884, died 1978) the eleventh child of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin lived out his life on or near Barnes Mountain in Estill County and is buried in the Hunet Cemetery. He married, 10 Nov 1901, Sarah HARRIS (born, 26 Oct 1887 - died 1964). Sarah was the daughter of Laura Winkler and George Harris, Jr......................[13 Children] ---------------------------------------------------------------------/1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/ /10/ /11/ /12/ /13/

Lawrence Arvin (b. 06 Apr 1903 - d. 1978). Married to Buelah Lunsford. Andrew Arvin (b. 28 Oct 1906 - d. 1990). Married, 1926, to Mona Johnson (d. 1935) Millard Arvin (b. 1907 - d. 1979). Married to Maude Carmackin and Ethel Holly. Margaret (Maggie) Arvin (b. 1909 - d. 1963). Married to Millard Johnson. George Arvin (b. 06 May 1910 - died at birth). Herbert Arvin (b. 1913) Married, Hannah Horn and 2nd, Lorena Jones Gabbard. Nathaniel Arvin (b. 1915) Married, Katherine Perkins and 2nd, Margaret Johnson. Freddy Arvin Married, Dorothy Reece. Daisy Arvin (b. 20 Sep 1920) Died at birth. Lillian Arvin (b. 14 Dec 1923) Married, Avery Harris, son of Allie Metcalf & James Harris. Gracie Arvin (b. 10 Dec 1924) Died at birth. Trefford Arvin (b. 12 Mar 1926) Married, Agnes Bentley. William Arvin (b. 06 Mar 1928) Married, Delores ----- and 2nd, Margaret -----.


67 MATTIE ALICE ARVIN - B. RICHARDSON ---------------------------------<14> Mattie Alice Arvin (born, 07 Jun 1887 - died, ca 1961) was next to the last child born to Nathaniel Thornton Arvin and Elizabeth Peters. She married, 01 Sep 1904, Marshall Bea Richardson (born, 14 Oct 1879 - died, 28 Jul 1959). They had no children .................... ------------------------------------------Aunt Mattie was tall and thin and had brown eyes. She smoked a pipe. Uncle Bea was not so tall, had blue eyes and smiled a lot. He loved to play the banjo. They both liked to dance. Aunt Mattie and Nancy Elizabeth Arvin are the only two sisters of my Father whom I can remember.


68 EDITH MARGARET ARVIN And MILLARD SETH EDWARDS ========================================= <15>

Edith Margaret ARVIN (born, 10 Jan 1889 in Estill County, KY - died in 1925 in Madison County, KY at the age of thirty-six.) She was the thirteenth and last child of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin. Elizabeth was forty when Edith was born. Edith married, 18 Dec 1907, Millard Seth Edwards. (Millard was (born, 05 Aug 1882 - died , 10 Jan 1953.) Edie and Millard moved to Madison County, KY. , where they reared their family of..........................[6 Children]. --------------------------------------------------------------------/1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/

Mattie Lee Edwards (b. 26 Dec 1910 - d. 15 Jan 1959). Geneva Edwards (b. 10 Mar 1914) Married to Leroy Fletcher (b. 25 Feb 1921). Ray Edwards (b. 08 Jul1916 - d. 01 Feb 1937). James Edwards (b. 22 Nov 1918 - d. 29 Aug 1970). Married, 21 Dec 1945 to Helen Fletcher (1925). Ronald Edwards (b. 21 Jul 1921). Married to Sylvania Cain, (b. 24 Jan 1932). Vivian Norwood Edwards (b. 03 Aug 1923). Married, Elmer Isaacs in 1940. Married, 2nd, 06 Feb 1958 to Chester Rose.


69 JANE ARVIN and GEORGE HARRIS ============================ (2) Jane ARVIN (born in November of 1842, Estill County, KY., - died after 1910 and was buried on Barnes Mountain, KY.) She was the second child of Nancy FOWLER and Thomas Green Arvin. Jane married, 02 March 1865, George HARRIS, (born, 1830 in Virginia - died in 1885 when a tree fell on him) the son of Nancy and James K. HARRIS. George was a Civil War veteran, Co. A, 8th KY Inf.) He had been married before to Celia LUNSFORD. Jane and George had ........................ [10 Children] ----------------------------------------------------------------<1> <2> <3> <4> <5>

Jimmie K. Harris <6> William A. Harris <7> Nancy Harris <8> Thomas Jefferson Harris <9> Claudia Harris <10>

John Harris Clarence Harris Claude Harris Pryse Harris Charlie Harris


70 MARY ANN ARVIN and EDWARD GABBARD ======================= (3)

Mary Ann ARVIN was born in 1844, in Estill County, KY, the third child of Nancy FOWLER and Thomas Green ARVIN. She was married, 29 October 1859, to Edward GABBARD, born 1844--died, 17 April 1914. They were married in the home of Mary Ann's parents by the Rev. Elijah GABBARD. (Haynes Miller beleives that Edward was the son of Sarah STEPHENS and Elijah GABBARD). Surety was Nathaniel T. ARVIN, (his signature). After the Civil War, Mary Ann and Edward moved to Madison County, Arkansas to live. He applied for a Civil War Pension from there in 1898 and Mary Ann applied for a widow's pension in 1914 so presumedly Mary Ann died after 1914. Edward GABBARD was in the Southern Division of the Civil War, Company "E", 14 Regiment, of KY Vol. Cavalry. ..................................................................[9 Children] ---------------------------------------------------------------Ages of the children were taken from Edward Gabbards Pension Application: ---------------------------------------------------------------<1> N. J. Gabbard (born, 06 March 1864). <2> Sylvester Gabbard (born, 30 July 1866). <3> John W. Gabbard (born, 12 January 1868). <4> George W. Gabbard (born, 10 August 1870). <5> Lewis Gabbard (born, 09 March 1874). <6> Sam Gabbard (born, 20 October 1876). <7> Ann Gabbard (born, 04 January 1878). <8) Thomas Gabbard (born, 20 November 1882). <9> James Gabbard (born, 13 April 1885).


71 WILLIAM JOSEPH ARVIN and SARAH ELLEN STEPHENS ============================================= (4)

William Joseph ARVIN (born 1847) was the son of Nancy FOWLER and Thomas Green ARVIN. He married, 10 August 1871, Sarah Ellen Stephens. I haven't been able to find much about this family. They are in the 1880 Census and I have listed the children whom they had at that time. William and Sarah moved to Indiana before the 1900 Census. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> <2> <3> <4>

Mary E. Arvin (born 1872) James L. Arvin (born 1874) Nancy G. Arvin (born 1876) Sylvester Arvin (born 1878)


72 CHRISTOPHER NEWTON ARVIN MARTHA ANN ROBERTSON (5)

CHRISTOPHER NEWTON ARVIN (born in November 1849 in Estill County, KY, - died about 1903) son of Nancy FOWLER and THOMAS GREEN ARVIN. He was born at the old Arvin home place on Buck Creek which his father had inherited. Sometime before his death Christopher moved his family to Indiana. He married Martha Ann ROBERTSON, (born in May 1852 in McDowell County, North Carolina - died in 1928 ) the daughter of Elizabeth STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON. They were married, 12 August 1870, in the home of Marthaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents by the Rev. Elijah GABBARD. The four children listed below were born in Kentucky. Martha and Christopher had more children. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> Thomas Berry Arvin was born in Oct 1872. On 19 July 1894, he married Fanny LADY in the home of Jacob Tuggles. Thomas died about 1899 and was buried in the Sparks Cemetery at Leighton, KY. /1/ Newton Murel Arvin born May 1895. /2/ Mary A. Arvin born August 1897. Married Moses Halterman. /3/ Robert Clay Arvin born, 23 September 1899. After his Father's death he was reared by Dora and Dave Dickson of Estill County. Robert died in World War I, 22 July 1918. (After Thomas Berry's death FANNIE married James Fox, son of George Fox. Following are their children.) /1/ Paulina Fox born in 1905. /2/ Talitha Fox born in 1907. Married Lee Gorden. /3/ Samuel Fox born in 1915? and died in 1987. Married Ada McKinny. <2> Merrill (Murel) Benton Arvin was born in 1874. He died about 1927. Merrill married Cynthia Lamb. They had ten children. I can name only four.)


73 /1/ Arlie B. Arvin born 1909. /2/ George Arvin born 1911. /3/ Nellie Arvin. /10/ August Virgil Arvin born 1927, the youngest child. <3> James William Arvin was born, 03 October 1878. <4> Carla Arvin (born, 9 July 1885 - died, 17 September 1910) Carla was married to James Berthem Flynn, (born 7 September 1885, - died 12 April 1922) They were married in the home of her parents by the Rev. George Miller. Witnesses were Levi Flynn, Jr. and his wife. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


74 NANCY ELIZABETH ARVIN ALEXANDER COLE--JOHN TAYLOR ============================= (6)

Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN (born, 28 Sep 1853 - died in 1940,) was the sixth and last child of Nancy Fowler and Thomas Green Arvin. She first married, 12 October 1870, Alexander COLE (born in 1841 - died, 22 Oct 1882). He was a Civil War Veteran. Alexander Cole’s pension application gives Nancy’s birth and Alexander’s death. Pension application was filed by Nancy after her second husband, John Taylor, had left her................................................................ [5 Children] After Alexander’s death Nancy married, John Taylor, 29 Jun 1889. Nancy and John had ............................................ [3 Children] ------------------------------------------------------------------------[Information furnished by Haynes Miller Stamper] <1> <2> <3> <4> <5> <6> <7> <8>

Matilda Ann Cole born in 1871/2. William Cole born in 1873/4. Nathaniel Thornton Cole born in 1876. Nancy Jane Cole born 1878. Emily Frances Cole born about 1879, Cary Taylor born in Nov 1890. Christopher Taylor born in Jun 1892. Clarence Taylor born in Jun 1896.


75 SARAH (Sally) ARVIN JOSHUA DELLINGHAM KING ======================== [7]

Sarah (Sally) ARVIN was born in 1817 in Estill County, KY, the daughter of Nancy Thornton and Jameson Arvin. She died after 1870. Sarah married, 25 September 1832, Joshua Dellingham King, the son of Margaret Poor and Joseph King. she She was fifteen years old and Joshua was twenty when they married. She was not living with Joshua when the 1870 Census was made. Sarah and Joshua had eight children.................................................[8 Children] --------------------------------------------------------------(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

Thomas Jefferson King (b. 1837) Married, Sally Ann King, first cousin. Nancy King (b. 1840) m. Geo. Hendricks. John A. King (b. 1842) m. Josie Johnson. Samuel King (b. 1843) m. Martha J. Long. He left his family, went to Missouri and was never heard from again. Joshua Dellingham King (b. 1845) Married, Sarah Elizabeth Wells. Margaret King Married a Lawson. Moved to Arkansas. Arthur King. Sarah Josephine King (b. 1852) Married, H. Simon.


76 JAMES ARVIN JOSEPHINE KING ============== [8]

James ARVIN was born in 1819 in Estill County, KY, the son of Nancy Thornton and Jameson Arvin. He died in Missouri of Tuberculosis in the 1850â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. His marriage, 19 Jun 1844, was to Josephine King, born in 1824. Josephine was the daughter of Margaret Poor and Joshua D. King, therefore a sister of Joshua King.. ........[2 Children] (1) (2)

Nathaniel D. Arvin (b. about 1845 - died young). Nancy Arvin (b. 1848) m. Robert Tyler.


77 JOSEPH ROBERT ARVIN MAHALIA ALCORN ==================== [9] Joseph ARVIN, son of Nancy Thornton and Jameson Arvin was born in 1821 in Estill County, KY and died in 1856. His marriage, 25 Dec 1842, was to Mahalia ALCORN (b.1818), daughter of William Alcorn. According to records only one of their children lived to reach maturity. (1) (2) (3) (4)

Lucinda Arvin (b. 1843). Died young. Susan Arvin ( 1845). Married, F. Baker. Mahalia J. Arvin (b. 1849). Died young. Nathaniel Arvin (born, 11 Feb 1852).

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78 JESSE ARVIN ================== [10] Jesse ARVIN was born in 1823 in Estill County, Ky. He was the youngest child of Nancy Thornton and Jameson Arvin. He did not marry and was living on the farm with his widowed mother, Nancy, when he was killed in 1857. He served as Deputy Sheriff in Estill County and was killed in the line of duty by a criminal whom he was arresting. ==========================================


79 JOHN ARVIN of MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY and his FAMILY ========================================= B-2

JOHN ARVIN was born in Lunenburg County, VA, 04 Oct 1778. He was the second son of Mary FULLILOVE and John ARVIN. Jameson Arvin with whom he went to Kentucky was his older brother. His younger brother William was the only one of John and Mary's sons who made his home in Lunenburg. John died between 1857 and 1862. His will was proven in Court the 21st day of June 1862. He established his Kentucky home in Madison County. Surviving at least three of his children, in his will he left either money or property to the children of Elizabeth, Polly and his son, Jameson, who had preceded him in death. John married Sally GLACKEN (born, in 1784 - died, 07 April 1858) in Madison County, Kentucky. They were married, 13 December 1804. Jameson Arvin was surety on their bond. ................................................................. [10 Children] ============================================== Children's Birth Dates Taken From: "Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine" Vol. 92, No. 4, April 1958 ============================================== Their children were: ---------------------[1] Elizabeth P. Arvin (b. 06 Dec 1805) Married--Daniel Brink, 15 Aug 1823. [2] Nathaniel D. Arvin (b. 22 Feb 1808) Married--Melinda Richardson, 21 Dec 1837. [3] Jameson Arvin (b. 21 Jul 1810 - d. 25 Nov 1847) Married--Sally Ann Holman, 03 Oct 1842. [4] Mary (Polly) Arvin (b. 24 Aug 1812 - d. 07 Apr 1857) Married--Edwin Phelk, 06 Jul 1834 [5] William Arvin (b. 15 Jun 1815) Married--Sally Ann Oldham, 12 Feb 1845. [6] Spicy Arvin (b. 03 Sep 1817)


80 [7] [8] [9] [10]

Married--Daniel Farrel, 01 Apr 1839. Andrew Jackson Arvin (b. 08 Sep 1819). Married--Sally Ann Richardson, 14 Sep 1849. John Christopher Arvin (b. 09 Jul 1822). Married--Mary Richardson, 23 Oct/Dec 1852. Nancy Arvin (b. 22 Feb 1826 - d. 17 Aug 1852). Martha Ann Arvin (b. 30 Jan 1828 - d. 04 Apr 1852). Married--Andrew Prichards.


81 WILLIAM ARVIN of ESTILL COUNTY SALLY ANN OLDHAM ============================================ [5]

William ARVIN, one of John of Madison ARVIN'S sons, moved to Estill County to live. WILLIAM was born in 1815. He married Sally Ann OLDHAM, 13 Feb 1845. They made their home on Station Camp Creek in Estill County. Both are buried in an Arvin Cemetery on Station Camp. .................................................................... [10 Children] [I am indebited to Julian Walker MAUPIN, Berea, Ky. and to Virginia Arvin RICHARDSON, Noland, Ky. for the following information on JOHN'S family. Both are descendants of SALLY Ann Oldham and WILLIAM Arvin of Estill County.] ---------------------------------------------------------------------Following are their children and grandchildren ---------------------------------------------------------------------(1) John William Arvin (b.1847) never married, moved to Dallas, Wyoming. (2) Sarah Frances Arvin (b. 1848) m. James Coffman. They moved to Cross Plains, Texas. <1>---William Coffman, Adm. Indian Territory. <2>---Kentucky Blanche Coffman, m. William McGowan, moved to Cross Plains, Texas. <3>---Lula Olive Coffman, m. J. R. Nation, moved to Quannah, Texas. <4>---Etta Coffman, m. John Baum, moved to Dressi, Texas. <5>---Laura Coffman, m. Scott Gilbert, moved to Cross Plains, Texas. (3) Edwin Taylor Arvin (b. 29 Nov. 1849 - died 24 Jan 1930, buried in Gum Cemetery, Estill Co.) m. Martha Scott, daughter of Dr. Scott of Blue Banks, Estill Co. Ky. They made their home on Station Camp.


82 <1>---Homer Arvin, m. Margaret Campbell of Estill Co. Ky. /1/---Mattie Arvin, m. Goble Winkler. /2/---Marie Arvin, m. Bert King. /3/---Joe Arvin. <2>---Almetta (Mittie) Arvin, m. Clay Moore of Estill Co. <3>---Algin Arvin, m. Ethel Winkler of Estill Co. /1/---Albert (Preacher) Arvin, m. Lydia Walton. /2/---Virginia Arvin, m. Wade Richardson. /3/---Roy Arvin, m. Sofa May Garrett. /4/---Charles Arvin, m. Louise Embry. /5/---Beverly Arvin, m. Lydia Ann McAntosh. <4>---Hubert Arvin, m. 1st, Marion Winkler 2nd, Lynda Harris. /1/---William Jennings Arvin, m. Patty (Clark?). /2/---Beulan Arvin, m. Eula Peters, daughter of Bessie Richardson and John Henry Peters. /3/---Algin (Peck) Arvin, m. Bernice Tuttle. <5>---Raymond Arvin, m. Fannie McGeorge. /1/---Borpe? Arvin, m. Willie Joe Fritz. /2/---Graden? Arvin, m. Lillian Rice. /3/---Bruce Arvin, m. Virginia Stevens. /4/---Kathleen Arvin, m. Willie Newton. /5/---Ernestine Arvin, m. Conley Cox. /6/---Evora Arvin, m. Robert Kirby. /7/---Julian Arvin, m. Imogene Schuler. <6>---Flors Arvin. <7>---Nanny Susan (Ninnie) Arvin, m. Ansel Winkler. <8>---Sally Arvin, m. 1st Bob Christopher. 2nd Claudine Wood. (4) Thomas Christopher Arvin, (b. 1853) moved to Sherman, Texas. (5) Mary A. Arvin, (b. 1854). (6) Joseph Carter Arvin, (b. 1859) married, lived near Sherman, Texas. (7) David Chenault Arvin, m. ---Newton. <1>---Thomas Arvin. <2>---Nannie Arvin. 8) Andrew Jackson Arvin, m. Mary Westman, moved


83 to Cottonwood, Texas. <1>---Christopher (Major) Arvin. <2>---Lula Arvin, m. James Richardson, moved to Sabannah, Texas. <3>---Minnie Arvin, married, lives in Cottonwood, Texas. <4>---Joe Arvin. <5>---(Sis) Arvin. <6>---Effie Arvin. Four other children--names not known. (9) Nancy Ann Arvin, m. Thomas J. Million of Madison County, Ky. (10) Owen Walker Arvin, (b. 30 Sep 1856 d. 25 Oct 1932) married Malinda Jane Kelley (b. 17 Jul 1859 - d. 5 Sep 1910). Both Owen and Malinda lived and died in Estill County and are Buried in the Wagersville Cemetery. <1>---Cyrus Arvin, died at age of 18 from pneumonia. <2>---William Arvin, m. Martha Broughton. <3>---John M. Arvin, m. Effie McGeorge. /1/---Glendon Arvin, taught at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois. <4)---Albert T. Arvin, m. Myrtle Edwards, several children. <5>---Rose Arvin, m. Ermine Broughton, three girls. <6>---Kate Arvin, married and had two girls. <7>---Lena Wagers Arvin, m. William Martin Upton Maupin. They had two boys, three girls. <8>---Mollie Arvin, m. Robert Flynn. /1/---Sue Helen Flynn. /2/---Robert Flynn.


84 W ILLIAM TENNYSON ARVIN and his FAMILY ========================================= B-4 WILLIAM (Buck) ARVIN (born, 09 Sep 1780, died, 21 Feb 1868). He was the fourth and last child of Mary FULLILOVE and John ARVIN of Lunenburg County, Virginia. William married, 24 Dec 1807, MARGARET (Peggy) HARDING (born, 1785 - died, 15 Jan 1855). Margaret was a local girl, the daughter of Thomas Harding. Adrian Langston ARVIN, the youngest son of Margaret and William, was interested in the genealogy and history of the family. He left informative notes on the older members of the family which he said had been given to him by members of the family and which he was confirming as he had the time to do research. It is from Adrian that we have the copy of the land grant issued to the first JOHN ARVIN who came in the Furtherance in 1622. A copy of these notes is said to be in the possession of one of his great grandchildren. ========================================= CHILDREN of WILLIAM and MARGARET -------------------------------------------------------------------[1] John Thomas Arvin (07 Nov 1807 - 07 Dec 1889). John first married Catherine B. Johns, 03 Jan 1829. His second marriage was to Amanda Susan Overton Robertson, May 1863. [2] William Arvin, Jr. (29 Aug 1810 - 25 Aug 1885). William married Ann (Nancy) Jeffress Blackwell, 20 Sep 1832. [3] Thomas William Arvin (1813 - 1863). Thomas married Mary Jane Bing, 08 Dec 1834. [4] Adrian Langston Arvin (21 Jun 1815 - 24 Jan 1888). Adrian first married Ellen N. Bayne, 12 Feb 1838. His second marriage was to Elizabeth Ann Chaffin, 15 Feb 1865.


85 [The names and dates of the following children and grandchildren of William Arvin and Margaret Harding were furnished by Lucy ARVIN, wife of Thomas Hawthorne ARVIN of Richmond, Virginia.]

CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDRENof MARGARET HARDING and WILLIAM (Buck) ARVIN ========================================= [1] JOHN THOMAS ARVIN John Thomas ARVIN (born, 07 Nov 1807 in Lunenburg County, Virginia - died, 07 Dec 1889). He first married, 03 Jan 1829, to Catherine B. JOHNS (born, 11 Dec 1810, died, 26 Jan 1859)..................................... [8 Children] His second marriage was to Amanda Overton ROBERTSON in May 1863. Amanda was born in 1845 and died, 01 May 1927. She was first married to William ROBERTSON. Amanda and John Thomas had five children ...................[5 Children] (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13)

Margaret Arvin (born, 1832). Martha Arvin (born, 1833). Lucy Ann Arvin (born, 1835). Jameson Arvin (born, 1839). Samuel F. Arvin (born, 1842). Langston Arvin (born, 1845). Arnetta Arvin (born, 1846). Robert M. Arvin (born, 1848). John Thomas Arvin, Jr., (born, 1864). William Henry Arvin (born, 1866). Paul Napoleon Arvin (born, 1868). Christopher N. Arvin (born, 1874). Norman Amandous Arvin (born, 1877).


86 [2] WILLIAM ARVIN, Jr William ARVIN, Jr., (born, 29 Aug 1810 in Lunenburg County, Virginia - died, 25 Aug 1885). William married Ann Nancy Jeffress BLACKWELL, 20 of September 1832. Ann was born, 13 Sep 1814, and died, 12 May 1889. ............................................................... [9 Children] (1) William Chapman Arvin (born, 06 Apr 1834). Married Frances Joyes. William moved his family to Pembroke, Kentucky. <1> Henry C. Arvin. <2> Kitty B. Arvin married Tom Hill. <3> Reps? Arvin married Sarah Jane Arvin (born, 02 Oct 1862 - died, 14 Aug 1922). Inasmuch as Sarah was the daughter of Melissa Witt and and Jameson Arvin 111, of Estill and Madison Counties and Reps was of the Lunenburg ARVINS, they were about fourth cousins. They were married about 1890. /1/ Ella Arvin. /2/ Omar Arvin. /3/ S. Banks Arvin. /4/ Bryan Arvin. /5/ Melissa Arvin. /6/ Mary Arvin. /7/ Thomas Arvin. +1+ David Arvin. +2+ Paul Arvin. +3+ Malcom Arvin. +4+ Tim Arvin. +5+ Sarah Arvin. /8/ Mike Arvin. /9/ Pat Arvin. <4> Chapman Arvin married Cornelia Jones. <5> Iola Arvin married Augustus Blake. <6> Alves Arvin. <7> Marcellus Arvin. <8> Ned Arvin married Sally Dixon. <9> Thomasina Arvin married --- Hurt. <10> Frances Arvin married --- Morrison.


87 (2) Sarah Jane Arvin (1836-1865) married a Gaulding. <1> James Gaulding moved to Texas. /1/ Roy Gaulding. /2/ Ralph Gaulding. /3/ Ray Gaulding. /4/ Ruth Gaulding. < 2> Nannie B. Gaulding. <3> Petunella Gaulding. (Note: Sarah and her two daughters died within weeks of each other of diptheria.) (3) Marcellus Arvin. (4) Eugenia Blackwell Arvin (1840-1921) married John Wood. <1> John Mortimer Wood married Sarah Smithson. /1/ Eugenia Wood married Thomas Hudgins. +1+ Frances Hudgins. +2+ Ellen Hudgins. /2/ John Thomas Wood (1887-1908) Never married. (5) Mortimer L. Arvin (1842-1919) married Cornelia Harding. <1> Flavius Arvin. <2> Matthew Arvin never married. <3> Ella Arvin. <4> Mable Arvin married a Turlington. /1/ Edgar Turlington. <5> Iris Arvin married a Lawrence. /1/ Nimrod Lawrence. /2/ Cornelia Lawrence. <6> Harry Arvin. <7> Clide Arvin moved to Kansas. <8> Ellen Arvin. <9> Lawrence Arvin. <10> Jenny Ruth Arvin. (6) Thomas James Arvin (1845-1930 married, 09 Mar 1871, to Ellen Bayne Arvin (1848-1934). <1> Stanley Merle Arvin. <2> Lillian Arvin. <3> Adrian Odell Arvin. <4> Aubrey Bayne Arvin. <5> Ethel Arvin. <6> Earl Melbourne Arvin. <7> Ima Elvie Arvin.


88 <8> Thomas James Arvin, Jr. <9> George Simeon Arvin. (7) Flavius Vosephus Arvin (1847-1847). (8) Cornelia Frances Arvin (1857 ----) married Louis Anderson. <1> Pearl Anderson married Wiley Hawthorne. <2> Bracy Dennis Anderson married Evelyn Crowder. <3> Nancy Anderson married Edward Wingold. <4> Eugenia Anderson. <5> Cornelia Blackwell Anderson married E. C. Johnson. <6> William Neville Anderson married first Claudia Gillespiec. Married second to Hattie Hawthorne. (9) William Henry Arvin (b. Aug 1858 ----) =============================================== [3] THOMAS WILLIAM ARVIN

[The following information on the family of Thomas William was taken 16 Jun 1983 from the family Bible in possession of Richard Edward Williams of Lunenburg Co. List was copied just as written. Margaretâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name appeared on list three times.]

Thomas William Arvin (born in Lunenburg County, Virginia, in 1813, died in 1863) In the above Bible he is mentioned as the son of William Tennyson ARVIN. Thomas married Mary Jane BING on the 08 Dec 1834. Mary Jane was born about 1818 and was the daughter of John BING. (1) Ann Elizabeth Arvin (born, 20 Mar 1836). (2) Verbenia Louise Arvin (born, 05 Aug 1838 - died, 26 May 1875). Verbenia is listed by Lucy Arvin as Victoria. (3) George Thomas Arvin (born, 25 Dec 1840/1). (4) Margaret William Arvin (born, 01 Feb 1843). (5) John Knox Arvin (born, 13 Oct 1843 or 44). (6) Margaret William Arvin (b. 12 May 1841- d. 06 Oct 1846) 7) William Meade Arvin (born, 02 Jun 1849).


89 (8) (9) (10) (11)

Richard Lamb Arvin (born, Dec 1849). Charles Frank Arvin (no date) Lucy’s list 1858. Margaret Passmore Arvin (born, 21 Sep 1850/1). Hattie Olivia Arvin (no date) On Lucy’s list but not on Bible page.

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[4] ADRIAN LANGSTON ARVIN (Adrian was the genealogist of the family and left the notes on which Lucy Arvin’s records are based.) Adrian Langston Arvin (born, 21 Jun 1815, in Lunenburg County, Virginia - died, 24 Jan 1888). He first married Ellen N. Bayne, 12 Feb 1838. Ellen was born the 14 Feb 1821 and died the 30 Jun 1848. They had four children .............................. [4 Children] His second marriage was to Elizabeth Ann Chaffin, the 15 Feb 1865. Elizabeth was born in 1835 and died the 15 Jun 1898. ............................................. [4 Children] (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

Melburn (Melbourne) Arvin (born in 1840). Agnes Arvin (born, 1844). Ophelia Arvin (born, 1847). Ellen Rebecca Bayne Arvin (born,15 Jan 1848 died, 14 Sep 1934). Norborn Jackson Arvin (born, 11 Aug 1867 died, 12 Nov 1932). Edward Henry Arvin (born, 14 Aug 1870 died, 19 Dec 1932). Walter Raleigh Arvin (born, 17 Oct 1872 died, 19 May 1930). Adrian Otis Arvin (born, 22 Apr 1877 died, 27 Feb 1939).


ARVIN INDEX


ARVINS Aaron Monroe 5a, 41 Abiga (Bige) 11a, 53, 55 Ada Jane 2a, 32 Adrian Langston 29a, 1, 5, 12, 16, 80, 85 Adrian Odell 28a, 83 Adrian Otis 29a, 86 Agnes 29a, 85 Albert (Preacher) 23a, 78 Albert T. 24a, 79 Algin 10a, 23a, 52, 78 Algin (Peck) 23a, 79 Alice 3a, 33 Almetta (Mittie) 23a, 78 Alves 27a, 82 Ambrose Jesse 2a, 32 Andrew 64 Ann Elizabeth 28a, 84 Annis Frances 31 Amy Catherine 3a, 33 Andrew 16a Andrew Jackson 24a, 25a, 76 Ann 4 Anna Frances 2a Anna May 10a, 54 Arlie B. 20a, 71 Arnetta 26a, 81 Aubrey Bayne 28a, 83 August Virgil 71 Betty 16a Beulan 23a, 78 Beverly 23a, 53, 78 Borpe? 23a, 78 Brandose 4a, 33 Bruce 23a, 78 Bryan 2a, 26a, 33, 82 Carl 10a, 52 Carl, Jr. 10a Carla 20a, 71 Chapman 27a, 82 Charles 23a, 78 Charles Frank 29a, 85 Charles Scott 11a, 55 Christopher 3a, 20a, 81 Christopher (Major) 24a, 78 Christopher Newton 26a, 35, 70 Clarence 53 Clyde 28a, 83 Cornelia Frances 28a, 84 Cressy Helen 10a, 54 Cyrus 24a, 79 Daisy 64 David 3a, 26a, 33, 82 David Chenault 24a Davis 4a, 25, 26, 27, 34 Debra 15a Demaries 2a, 30


Denward 30 Desdamonia 4a, 34 Donna 14a Dora, 53 Dorothy May 11a, 55 Earl Melbourne 28a, 83 Edie 11a, 53, 56 Edie Margaret 16a, 37, 66 Edith 16a, 56 Edna 10a, 54 Edward 10a, 54 Edward Henry 29a, 85 Edwin 22a, 77 Effie 24a, 89 Elizabeth 4a, 10a, 6, 7, 17, 33, 53, 54 Elizabeth Ann 10a, 52 Elizabeth P. 22a, 75 Ella 2a, 26a, 27a, 32, 82, 83 Ellen 28a, 83 Ellen Bayne 28a Ellen Rebecca Bayne 29a, 85 Emily 2a, 30 Emma 10a, 52 Ernestine 23a, 78 Ethel 28a, 83 Eugenia 27a, 83 Eva Lena 4a, 34 Evora 23a, 78 Fannie B. 9a, 37, 51 Fanny 4a, 34 Flavius 27a, 83 Flavius Vosephus 28a, 84 Florence 10a, 52 Flors 23a, 78 Frances 27a, 82 Franklin Delano 11a, 55 Freddy 16a, 64 G. 3a G. B. 16a George 20a, 64, 71 George Simon 28a, 83 George Thomas 29a, 84 George W. 15a, 37, 63 Glendon 24a, 89 Golda 10a, 54 Gracie 64 Graden 23a, 78 Harry 28a, 83 Hatty 16a, 18a Hattie Olivia 29a, 85 Henry C. 26a, 82 Herbert 10a, 16a, 52, 64 Hetty 16a Hiram K. 10a, 52 Homer 22a, 77 Hubert 23a, 78 Ima Elvie 28a, 83 Iola 27a, 82


Iris 28a, 83 James 9a, 21a, 29a, 6, 7, 14, 16, 17, 25, 27, 37, 52, 73 James, Jr. 10a James (Jimmy) 10a James L. 20a, 51, 69 James Madison 2a, 32 James William 20a, 70 Jameson 1a, 2a, 3a, 22a, 26a 11, 12, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 74, 75 Jameson, Will of - 26, 27, 28 Jameson , Jr. 25, 27, 31, 32, 33, 73 Jameson III 31, 32, 75 Jameson-Lunenburg 81 Jameson Ervin (Arvin) 21 Jameson Erwin (Arvin) 21 Jane 17a, 18a, 35, 67 Jeanette 10a Jenny Ruth 28a, 83 Jesse 4a, 22a, 25, 27, 34, 74 Jesse B. 4a Jesse Bruner 34 Jesse T. 2a, 25, 31 Jesse Thomas 10a, 51 Joe 22a, 24a, 80, 79 Joe Daniel 10a, 51 John 1a, 2a, 22a, 81 John 2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 25, 30, 76 John Armie (Arvin) 2 John Army (Arvin) 1, 2 John, Will of - 13 John Christopher 25a, 76 John Henry 2a John Knox 29a, 85 John M. 24a, 79 John Spencer 4a, 33 John Thomas 26a, 80, 81 John William 22a, 77 Jonah 4a, 34 Jonas 5a, 9a, 37, 41 Joseph 2a, 30 Joseph Carter 24a, 78 Joseph Robert 22a Joseph S. 3a Julian 23a Kate 24a, 79 Kathleen 23a Kevin 16a Kitty B. 26a, 82 Lana Sue 10a, 54 Langston 26a, 81 Lawrence 15a, 28a, 64, 83 Lena Wagers 24a, 79 Lewis Butler 4a, 33 Lillian 16a, 28a, 83 Littleberry 3a


Lola E. 10a, 54 Louis Gee 28a Louisa Thornton 15a, 37, 63 Lucinda 22a Lucy Ann 26a, 81 Lula 24a, 78 Luther 10a, 14a, 53, 54, 60, 61 Mable 27a, 83 Mahalia 22a Malcolm 3a, 26a, 33, 82 Manerva Ann 2a Marcellius 27a, 82, 83 Margaret 26a, 81 Margaret (Maggie) 3a, 16a, 64 Margaret Passmore 29a, 85 Margaret William 29a, 84, 85 Mariah 31 Mariah Catharene 2a Marie 22a, 1, 78 Martha 26a, 81 Martha Ann 1a, 25a, 30, 76 Mary 3a, 26a, 4, 13, 19, 33, 75 Mary A. 20a, 24a, 70, 78 Mary Ann 5a, 14a, 16a, 19a, 35 41, 82 Mary Catherine 4a, 34 Mary E. 20a, 69 Mary Frances (Polly) 1a, 22, 25 29, Mary Jane 9a, 37 Matthew 27a, 83 Mattie 22a, 78 Mattie Alice 16a, 37, 65 Melbourne 29a, 85 Melissa 3a, 4a, 5a, 26a, 33, 37, 82 Merrill (Murel?) 20a, 70 Mike 3a, 26a, 33, 82 Millard 16a, 64 Minerva 32 Minnie 24a, 79 Moab Freeman 2a, 32 Mollie 24a, 79 Mordicai 6, 7, 14, 15, 17 Mortimer 27a, 83 Nancy 4a, 22a, 25a, 24, 25, 26 34, 76 Nancy Ann 3a, 24a, 79 Nancy Elizabeth 9a, 20a, 35, 37, 72 Nancy G. 20a, 69 Nancy M. 2a, 30 Nancy Margaret 5a, 41 Nancy Thornton 10 Nanny 24a, 78 Nanny J. 5a, 37 Nanny Susan (Ninnie) 23a, 78 Nathaniel 10a, 16a, 26, 53, 64 Nathaniel D. 21a, 22a, 75


Nathaniel Dacus 2a, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30 Nathaniel Green 15a, 37, 64 Nathaniel Thornton 4a, 5a, 35, 36, 38, 40, 41, 49, 50, 52, 53, 62, 63, 63, 64, 65, 68 Ned 27a, 82 Nellie 20a, 71 Newton (Murel) 20a, 70 Nina Ruth 11a, 55 Norborn Jackson 29a, 85 Norma Jean 11a, 55 Norman Amandous 26a, 81 Omar 2a, 26a, 33, 82 Opal 16a Opal Dean 14a, 53, 59 Ophelia 29a, 85 Owen Walker 24a, 79 Pat 27a, 82 Patric 3a, 33 Paul 3a, 26a, 33, 82 Paul Napoleon 26a, 81 Polly 26 Rachel Ann 12a, 52, 56 Raymond 23a, 78 Rebecca 4a, 34 Reps? 4a, 26a, 32, 82 Richard Lamb 29a, 85 Robert 2a , 30, Robert C. 5a, 41 Robert Clay 20a, 70 Robert Christopher 10a, 37, 53 57, 59, 60 Robert Lewis 4a, 33 Robert M. 26a Rose 24a, 80 Rosiland Irene 11a, 55 Roy 23a, 78 Ruby Jean 16a Ruth 2a, 30 Sally 24a, 78 Sally Wade 1a S. Banks 2a, 26a, 33, 82 Samuel 2a, 30 Samuel F. 26a, 81 Sara Jane 2a, 26a, 27a, 32, 82 Sarah 1a, 26a, 6, 7, 9, 17, 73, 82 Sarah Frances 22a, 77 Sarah Margaret 3a, 33 Sarah Neal 33 Sarah Nell 3a Sarah (Sally) 20a Sarah (Sally) Wade 12 Sarah Tennessee 2a, 32 Scotty 16a Sheryl Belene 55 (Sis) 24a, 80 Spicy 24a, 75


Stanley Merle 28a, 83 Susan 3a, 22a Susan Catherine 4a, 34 Susan Emeline 15a, 37, 62 Sylvester 20a, 69 Thelma 14a Tim 26a, 33 Thomas 3a, 24a, 26a, 33, 70, 78, 82 Thomas Christopher 24a, 78 Thomas Franklin 5a, 37 Thomas Franklin, Jr. 5a, 41 Thomas Green 4a, 25, 26, 34, 35, 36, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72 Thomas James 28a, 83 Thomas James, Jr. 83 Thomas William 28a, 80, 84 Thomasena 27a, 82 Tim 3a, 82 Tony 16a Trefford 16a, 64 Vella 10a, 54 Verbenia (Victoria) 28a, 84 Vicky 16a Virginia 23a, 78 Walter 11a, 55 Walter Raleigh 29a, 86 Wanda Lee 11a, 55 William 1a, 16a, 22a, 24a, 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 14, 17, 30, 64, 75, 77, 79 William, Jr. 26a, 32, 80, 81, 82 William Bartlett 3a, 31, 33 William (Buck) 26a, 80, 81 William Chapman 26a, 82 William Henry 26a, 28a, 81, 83 William Jameson 2a, 32 William Jennings 23a, 78 William Jesse 3a William Joseph 20a, 35, 69 William Meade 29a, 85 William Tennyson 80 Zachery 2a, 30


AINES, Hazel 11a, 55 ALCORN, Mahalia 22a, 25, 38 74, Sarah Ann 4a, 36, 38, 40 William 36, 74 ALLEN, Lewis 7a Pearl 10a, 52 ALUMBAUGH, Garrard 26 Peter 26, 34 ANDERSON, Bracy 28a. 84 Cornelia, Blackwell 28a Frank 15a, 62 Louise G. 28a Nancy Elizabeth 28a William Neville 28a ANGEL, Cleveland J. 7a, 45 Jerry L. 7a, 45 ARROWOOD, Isabelle 6a, 44 ASHCRAFT, James 21 Simpson 2a ASHVILLE, Granville 4a ATHAN, Betty 11 BAER, Lucy 18a BAKER, Charles 3a, 33 Elijah 19 BANTA, Tim 11a BARCLAY, John 20 BARKER, Lucinda 2a, 25, 30 BARNES, Fannie 10a, 52 Pleasant 19 Virginia 21a William 52 BARNETTE, Lucy 42 BARRET, Minnie 50 BATES, Elizabeth 22 BAUM, Bert 22a BAYNE, Ellen N. 29a, 80, 85 BELL, Landon C. 8, 16, 17 BENNETT, Richard 1, 2, 17 Robert 2 BENTLEY, Agnes 64 BENTON, Dorothy Brodus 6a, 43 BERRY, Mary 12a Thomas 20a BILLINGS, Edna, 12a, 57 Sandra 12a BING, Jane 28a Mary Jane 80, 84 BINGHAM, Anna 10a BISHOP, Casey R. 13a Kenneth 13a Rachel 53 BLACKWELL, Ann Jefferess 26a 80, 82 Cornelia 84 Eugenia 84 Louis Gee 84 Nancy 84 Pearl 84 William Neville 84 BLAKE, Augustus 27a, 82 BLEVENS, Molly 5a, 42 Roscoe 5a, 42 BLURTON (BURTON) 17a Ellen Opal 17a Benny Mildard 17a BODDIE, John Bennett 2, 3, 5


BOGIC, Patsy 12a BOONE, Daniel 24 BOTCHUCK, Anthony 14a, 59 William Austin 14a, 59 BOWMAN, E. N. 28 BRANDBURG, Albert 5a, 42 Arlie Lee 6a, 43 Joseph 21 BRIGHT, Patsy 32 BRINEGAR, Callie 5a, 42 Dorothy M. 7a, 45 Flossie 33 J. W. 33 Mayree 33 Sarah Bell 17a BRINK, Daniel 22a, 75 BROSTEK, Anthony Luther 14a, 60 Jessica 14a, 60 Joe 14a, 60 Joe, Jr. 14a, 60 Rebecca 14a, 60 BROUGHTON, Ermine 24a Martha 24a BROWNING, Jay 8a, 47 BRUNSKILL, John 20 BRYANT, Julius Cornelius 62 Martha 63 BURNS, Christopher 12a David 12a BURTON, Sarah 30 BUSSE, Carl 21a CAIN, Sylvia 66 CAMERON, John 20 CAMPBELL, Bruce 3a, 33 Flossie 3a J. W. 3a Mayree 3a Martha 22a CANADY, Lavenia 31 Sarah 30 CANTER, Birtha 11a, 54 Cecil 11a, 54 Christopher 11a, 54 CANTER (continued), Edessa 11a, 54 Hazel 11a, 54 Jessie 11a, 54 Luther 11a, 54 Pocahontas 11a, 54 Rachel 11a, 54 Simpson 10a, 54 CARMACKIN, Maude 64 CARROL, Etta 5a CARROLL, Ben 42 Etta 42 Minnie 5a, 41 Nellie 48 CAVE, Lou 4a, 33 CHAFFIN, Elizabeth Ann 29a, 80, 85 CHANEY, Elmer 5a, 42 Rachel 50 CHILDRESS, David 11 CHRISTOPHER, Bob 24a COBB, Frank 3a COFFMAN, James 22a


COFFMAN(continued)... Lula Olive 22a William 22a COIN, Sylvania 17a COLE, Alexander 20a, 36, 72 Dewey Eldon 6a, 43 Emely F. 20a, 72 Matilda 20a, 61, 62, 72 Nancy Jane 72 Nathaniel T. 20a, 72 William 20a, 72 COLLEY, Brendan E. 12a Philip T. 12a Phillip Thompson 12a Ryan P. 12a COLLINS, J. B. 6a, 43 COLVARD, Thomas 11 CONRAD, Josie 17a COVINGTON, --- 6 COX, --- 18a Agnes 10a, 54 Conley 23a COOPER, James Ray 11a COY, Betty 11a CRAIG, James 19 CRAWFORD, Archibald 21 Sarah Bell 17a William 26 CREATH, William 18 CROW, Ann Margaret 44 Billy Dean 8a, 47 Charles Curtis 8a, 47 Charles Franklin 5a, 42 Christopher McKinney 8a, 42, 47 Clement Franklin 5a, 42 Clifton McKinney 8a, 47 Dessie 5a Dessie May 43 Donna Cole 6a, 43 Dorothy Frances 43 Edward 5a, 42 Elizabeth 42 Emma Jane 9a, 42, 48 Ethel 5a, 42 Fannie Alice 4a Fanny Margaret 6a Fanny May 43 George 4a, 42 George Emily 6a, 43 Geraldine 6a, 43 Gladys Marie 6a, 43 Hester Ann 4a Idamae 6a, 42, 44 James Herbert 5a, 44 James Malcom 6a , 44 James Russel 8a, 47 Jesse Carvolin 5a, 43 Jesse Clark 8a, 47 John Shelton 4a Jonah 42 Jonah Jesse 4a, 5a Laura Alice 44 Lena May 8a, 47 Lewis 5a, 42 Lucy Ann 5a, 42 Mary Catherine 6a, 43


CROW(continued)... Minnie Frances 8a, 42, 46 Mitchel Dawson 6a, 43 Monty Pearl 6a, 44 Nathaniel Shelton 6a, 42, 43 Nancy Rebecca 4a Nettie Margaret 7a, 42, 44 Ollie Ann 6a, 43 Paul 8a, 48 Pauline 9a, 48 Rosanna 9a, 48 Shelton Allen 4a Tandy 5a, 42 Vilie Mae 6a, 43 William 6a, 43 William Andrew 9a, 42, 48 William Martin 5a, 42, 48 CROWE, Jonah Jesse 37 CROWDER, Evelyn 28a, 84 CRYMES, Thomas 18, 19 DAMARELL, Arthur 9a, 47 DAVID, Richard 2 DAVIS, Henry B. 22 Mike 8a, 46 Woodrow 7a, 44 DAWES, Christopher 12a Edward Lee 12a, 57 Elizabeth Shirley 13a Evelyn 12a, 57 Floyd 12a, 57 Karen Michelle 12a, 57 Kimberly 12a Mark E. 12a Mattie Bea 13a, 57, 58 Myra Joyce 12a, 57 Sherry 58 Shirley 57, 58 Teresa 58 Thelma Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dean 13a, 57, 58 William 12a, 57 William (Billy) 14a, 57, 58 Robert Joseph 14a, 57, 58 DEWELL, Edward 2 DICKSON, Nancy Darthula 44 Dave 70 DIXON, Sally 82 DONAHUE, Alec McKinney 14a, 59 Patric McKinney 14a, 59 Robert 59 DOZIER, Nannie 50 DUNAWAY, Nancy 46 DUNN, Billy Ray 7a, 46 Jason C. 7a, 46 John, 46 Kevin 7a, 46 Kevin, Jr. 7a, 46 Nannie 18a DURBIN, Mable 46 Margaret 11a, Mary 41 EDWARDS, Clinton Ray 17a Geneva 16a Leroy 16a James 16a Lois Kay 17a Mattie Lee 16a


EDWARDS(continued)... Millard Seth 16a, 37, 66 Myrtle 24a Ray 16a Ronald 17a Ronald Lee 17a Vivan Norwood 17a ELLINGTON, David 18 ELLIS, William 18, 19 ELMORE, Charles Scott 32 Elijah Scott 31 Harold Lane 32 Lewis Clise 31 Mary 32 Robert Arvin 32 ELSWICK, Wilma 6a, 44 EMBREE, Edith 6a, 44 EMBRY, Louise 23a ERNING, Van 32 ERWIN, Jamieson 21 ERVIN, Jamieson 21 ERVINGTON, Van 32 ESTUSS, Margaret 26a, 82 EVANS, Kimberly Jane 12a, 56 Linda K. 12a, 56 Vernon 12a, 56 FARMER, Look 14 FALKERSON, Thomas 21a FARMER, Look 14 FARREL, Daniel 24a, 75 FIELDS, Zachariah 38, 40 FIKE, Joe 18a John Wilke 18a Lucinda 18a Neal 18a FISCHER, Minnie Marie 50 FISHER, William 19 FLETCHER, Edith Ray 16a Helen 16a, 66 Leroy 16a, 66 Marie 5a Nancy Elizabeth 16a FLYNN, James Bertham 20a James H. 15a, 62 Levi 35, 71 Robert 24a Sue Helen 14a Verneda M. 8a, 45 FOWLER, Joseph 35 Nancy 4a, 25, 35, 36, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72 FOX, Allen 15a, 37, 63 Elizabeth 15a, 63 George B. 15a, 63, 70 James, 70 Jonah C. 15a, 63 Katie 5a, 41 Mattie L. 15a, 63 Nancy Margaret 5a, 41 Paulina 70 Samuel 70 Talitha 70 Tabatha Jane 10a, 37, 52 Willie B. 15a, 63 FREEMAN, Moab 31 Sally Ann 2a, 31


FRITZ, Willie Joe 23a FULLILOVE, Anthony 13, 15, 18, 22 John, 22 Mary 1a, 21, 22, 75, 80 Nancy Ann 22 Sussana 22 William 22 GABBARD, Ann 19a, 68 Edward 19a, 36, 68 Elijah, Rev. 68, 70 George 19a, 68 James 20a, 68 John 19a, 68 Lewis 19a, 68 Lorena Jones 16a, 64 N. J. 19a, 68 Sam 19a, 68 Sylvester 19a, 68 Thomas 19a, 68 GARDEN, James 20 GARRETT, Sofa May 23a GAULDING, ---- 27a, 82 James 27a Nannie B. 27a, 83 Petunella 27a, 83 Ralph 27a, 82 Ray 27a, 83 Roy 27a, 82 Ruth 27a, 83 GILBERT, Scott 22a GILL, Bob 18a GILLESPIEC, Claudia 28a, 84 GLACKEN, Sally 22a, 75 GOE, Jessie 18a GOLDEN, Dena Marie 12a Evan Lee 12a Leroy 12a GRACE, Agnes 56 GRAY, Columbus 9a, 48 GREGORY, Amanda F. 13a Joseph F. 13a Joseph Franklin 13a Thelma L. 13a GRIFFIN, Alma Sue 13a, 57 Ben 12a, 57 Ben F., Jr. 13a, 57 Carolyn 13a, 57 Danena 12a James 19a Larry F. 12a, 57 Rutheford B. 57 GRIZARD, Fred 21a GROSS, Annamae 7a, 46 Shirley 11a GROTTO, Betty 8a, 47 GRUBBS, Sarah 32, 33 GULLY, Miles 15a, 62 GWIN, K. 6 HAHN, Earl 6a, 43 HALTER, Herbert 18a HALTERMAN, Moses 20a, 70 HARDING, Cornelia 27a, 84 Margaret 26a, 80 Sam 32 Thomas 80


HARDY, Christopher 13a Brandy D. 13a David, Jr. 13a, 58 David Lee 13a Debra Lynn 13a, 58 Jeoffrey 13a, 58 Gerald 13a, 58 Leonard 13a, 58 HARRIS, Arnold 19a Arty 18a Avery 16a, 18a, 64 Birtha 19a Charlie 19a, 67 Clarence 18a, 19a, 67 Claud 9a, 19a Claude 48, 67 Claudia 19a, 67 Coleman 19a Connie 19a Douglas 18a Edward 19a Everette 18a Florence Edith 17a George 17a, 19a, 67 George 64 Gladys 19a Hattie 17a Herbert 19a Hobart 17a Irene 18a James 18a, 64 James Franklin 17a James K. 67 Jane 17a, 18a Jessie 17a Jimmy K. 17a, 67 John 18a, 67 Johnny Arvin 18a Lillian 19a Luther 17a Lydia 23a Lynda 23a Maggie May 17a Millard 19a Minnie 17a Nannie 19a, 67 Neil 17a Nettie 19a Orville 18a Pryse 67 Robert 18a Rowens 18a Ruth Aleyene 18a Sarah 37, 64 Strandin 19a Ted 17a Thomas Jefferson 17a, 18a, 67 William A. 17a, 67 HARRISS, Samuel 19 HAWKINS, Anna Pearl 13a, 58 Barbara Jean 13a Brian 7a, 44 Debra Rae 13a, 58 Raymond 13a, 58 HAWTHORNE, Hattie 28a, 84 Louise 28a, 83


HAWTHORNE(continued)... Wiley 28a, 84 HENDRICKS, George 21a, 73 HENRY, Annette 7a, 45 Betty 7a HERMAN, Donna 12a HILL, Elizabeth 35 Tom 26a, 82 Thomas 21a HOARD, Candice 3a, 33 Dick 3a, 33 HOLLY, Ethel 64 HOLMAN, Sally Ann 75 HOLMES, Crystal 14a Dion 14a Justin 14a Nicholas 14a Robert 14a, 60 Robert, Jr. 14a, 61 Sally Ann 22a Tanya 14a, 60 Theodore Marcum 14a, 61 HORN, Aaron 10a, 51 Edith 16a Hannah 16a, 64 Lois 5a James 9a, 48 Molly 47 Preston 9a, 48 William 9a, 48 HOWEL, Bessie 5a, 42 HOSKINS, Margie 21a HUDGINS, Ellen 27a, 83 Frances 27a, 83 Thomas Edwards 27a, 83 HURT, --- 27A, 82 INGRAM, Jim 15a, 62 Ray 6a, 44 ISAACS, Alice Faye Elmer 17a Marion 18a Pearly 19a Tracy 11a Vivan Louise 17a ISENBERG, Cary 61 Rebecca Sue 61 JACKSON, Mrs. Sue 57 JAMISON, Betty 9a, 49 Hume 9a, 49 Irvine 9a, 37, 49 Jesse 9a, 49 Lou Ann 9a, 49 Nathaniel 9a, 49 Netty 9a, 19a, 49 Tandy 9a, 49 JARRATT, Devereux 20 JASKULSHA, Frances 59 JEFFRIES, James G. 19 JENKINS, Dorothy Ellen 18a Florence Marie 18a John Thomas 18a Johnny Delores 18a Vida Leona 18a JOHNS, Catherine B. 26a, 80, 81 JOHNSON, Anna Jesse 8a, 47 Claude Douglas 8a, 47


JOHNSON(continued)... Dorothy 45 E. C. 28a, 84 Henry 13a, 58 Jackie Larue 13a, 58 James 8a, 46 James Otis 8a, 47 Josie 21a, Julie F. 19a Laura Alice 8a, 47 Margaret 64 Millard 16a, 64 Mona, 64 Nancy Williams 8a, 47 Nora Etta 47 Sally Ann 13a, 58 Sarah 11, William 46 JONES, --- 2a Aaron 19 Alex 6a, 44 Cornelia 27a, 82 Hal 21a Jonny B. 6a, 42 Stephen 19 Vardy 6a, 42 JOYCE, Frances 26a, 32, 82 JUDD, Elizabeth Ann 12a KAY (Key), Williams 20 KELLY, Lloyd 4a, 34 Malinda Jane 24a KENNEDY, --- 8a, 47 KING, Ada 21a Ancil 15a, 62 Archer Henry 15a, 62 Arthur 21a, Bert 22a Buelah 21a Dovie 21a Frances 4a, 34, 62 Frances Estes 25, Fanny 15a, 62 Grace 15a, 62 James 15a, 62 James D. 15a, 37, 62 John, 19 John A. 20a, 73 Joseph 20, 25, 73 Josephine 21a, 25, 37, 73 Joshua 21a Joshua Dellingham 20a, 25, 37, 73, Juanita 62 Lelia 15a, 62 Lummie 21a Margaret 21a, 73 Martha 62 Millard 62 Nancy 73 Pleas 15a, 62 Samuel 73 Sally 1a, 25, 27, 73 Sarah Josephine 73 Simon H. 21a Susan 15a Susie Pearl 21a Thomas Jefferson 20a, 73


KING(continued)... William 15a, 20a William Pryce 21a Zella 15a KIRBY, Robert 23a LADY, Fanny 20a, 70 LAMB, Albert W. 11a, 55 Anthony Cecil 12a Bessie Marie 12a, 55 Brenda 55 Cathy 11a Cynthia 20a, 70 Dolson 55 Embry 11a, 55 Gary F. 11a George 43, 49 George Brock 12a, 56 George Brock, Jr. 12a Herman Christopher 11a, 56 James 56 Jesse 56 Norman 56 Paul 56 Pliny Agnes 12a, 56 LAMB (continued), James Wesley 11a Sarah Bell 6a, 43 William 48 LANDRETH, Mariah 3a, 33 LANE, Laura 32 LAWRENCE, --- 28a, 83 Cornelia 28a, 83 Nimrod 28a, 83 LAWSON, ---- 21a, LEE, Sylvia 8a, 47 LEMON, W. L. 19 LLOYD, Edward A. 11a Virgil, Jr. 11a LONG, Martha Jane 21a, 73 LONNAKER, Carrie 6a, 43 LOWE, Louis 9a, 48 LUNSFORD, Buelah 64 Hiram 4a Margaret 15a LYNCH, Rhoda 9a, 49 John D. 49 Sid 43 MAN,--- 6 MANNA, Lillian Jean 14a, 60 MARCUM, Frank 6a MARTIN, Jay 14a, 61 Tara 15a, 60 MAUPIN, Wm Martin Upton 24a MAYES, Cletis 10a, 52 MEYER, Betty Jane 21a Dorothy Ann 21a Thomas Albert 21a METCALF, Allie 18a, 64 MILLER, --- 5a Alex F. 8a, 46 Aubrey 8a, 46 Christopher A. 7a, 45 Daniel 4a Daniel H. 8a, 46 Deborah L. 8a, 46 Farrel Gene 7a, 8a, 46


MILLER(continued)... George P. 44 George, Rev. 71 Hargis 7a, 45 Hargis, Jr. 7a, 45 Haynes 7a, 45, 68 Hazel 7a, 45 Herald 7a, 46 Herbert 7a, 8a, 46 James W. 7a, 44 James W. 8a, 46 Jacob 21 Lois Ann 7a, 45 Patence 18a Roscoe 19a Ruth 7a, 46 Samuel K. 8a, 46 Sheila J. 8a, 46 Steven J. 8a 46 Verneda J. 8a 46 MILLION, Thomas J. 24a MILLSON, Joyce M. 8a, 47 MOORE, Clay 23a W. R. 13 MORELAND, Joseph 11 MORGAN, John 2 MORRIS, Allie 10a, 52 Dillard 15a, 62 Dillard, Jr. 15a, 62 T. J. 15a, 62 MORRISON, ---, 82 Tina Marie 45 MURPHY, Elizabeth 19, 36, 41 John 40 Joseph 19 William 19 MURRY, Matilda 1a, 29 Samuel 1a, 25, 29 McANTOSH, Lydia Ann 23a McGEORGE, Effie 24a Fannie 23a McGOWAN, Etta 22a Laura 22a William 22a McGuire, James 21 William 21 McKINNEY, Charlotte 59 Mary 9a, 49 Sarah 45 MUNCY, Amanda 50 NANCE, Thomas 6 NATION, J. R. 22a NEAL, Scott 7a, 44 Troy 7a, 44 NEATHERLAND, Annis Frances 32 Earl 32 NEILY, Maude 19a NEWMAN, Lucy 10a, 52 NEWCOME, Anne 4a, 33 NEWTON, ---- 24a Debonda 13a Janet 13a Herman 18a Orville 18a Willie 23a NORTON, Sidney 20a


OGLESBY, Boyd 50 Ova 50 OLDHAM, Sally Ann 22a, 75 PACE, Pochontas 57 PEEL, Denise 15a, 61 Donald 15a, 61 David 15a, 61 James 14a, 61 PELK, Edwin 22a, 75 PERRY, Vernon 6a, 43 PETERS, Alice 5a, 37, 41 Elizabeth 4a, 36, 38, 40, 49, 50 51, 52, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66 Eula 23a Jonas 19, 36, 41 Mary Catherine 38 PLOWMAN, Hattie 19a Martha 19a POE, Donald 13a Donald, Jr. 13a Johnathan 13a Lelsie A. 13a POOR, Margaret 73, PORTWOOD, Bernice 11a POTTER, Betty 22 POTTS, Rev. 56 POWELL, Eva Lena 50 PRICHARDS, Andrew 25a, 76 PRITCHETT, Andrew 1a, 30 Samuel 30 Taylor 2a PROCTOR, William 20 PROSSER, Dorothy 5a, 43 PUCKETT, Ollie 11a, 55 PURDIE, George 20 QUECKETT, David 8a, 47 QUINN, A. W. 28 RADER, Minerva 19a RAVENCOURT, John 20 REAVES, Harvey 30 REECE, Cordie 10a, 52 Dorothy 64 Jane 15a, 62 John 15a, 62 REED, Cain 29 Ester 29 George 1a George M. 1a, 29 Hiram 1a, 29 Isaac 29 James J. 1a, 29 John D. 1a, 29 Nancy 2a, 25, 30 Robert 29 Samuel 29 Sam P. 1a William 29 William C. 29 REEVES, Henry 11a REVELLE, William 8a William P. 1a RHODES, Annie 21a RICE, Elizabeth Ermine 4a, 34 Lillian 23a RICHARDSON, Annie 48 Birtha 5a, 41


RICHARDSON(continued)... Marshall B. 16a, 37, 64 Mary 25a, 76 Melinda 22a, 76 Sally Ann 25a, 76 Wade 23a RIDDLE, Earnest 9a, 48 RILEY, Margaret 44 ROBERTS, --- 6 Prentiss 6a, 44 ROBERTSON, Amanda Overton 26a, 80, 81 Berry Irvine 50, 63, 70 Clara 63 Clara Alice 50, Emily 43, 49 Franklin Patterson 37, 50, 53 James Christopher 50 Martin Luther 50 Mary Susan 10a, 37, 53, 59, 60 Martha Ann 20a, 70 Martha Magadalne 53 McCager Lee 50 Milford Leo 50 Pearl Almer 50 Rachel Edith 50 Viola Elizabeth 50 William 81 William Thornton 50 ROGERS, Eldon 8a, 46 ROLLINS, Ora 19a ROMANS, Edward Frank 14a, 59 Frances Susan 14a, 59 Joseph Francis 59 Sarah Elizabeth 14a, 59 ROSE, Chester 17a, 66 Cynthia Norwood 17a David 60 Geneva 14a, 60 Lucy May 17a Millard Rau 17a ROSS, Lawrence 21 RUBINO, Joseph 14a, 59 Michael Harry 14a, 59 Robin, 59 William 59 SADD, Thomas 13, 14 SANDIFER, Mattie Jane 2a, 30 SCHULER, Imogene 23a SCIARTINO, Anthony 18a SCOTT, Martha 22a SHACKELFORD, Nevyle 21 SHEAN, Alma Frances 9a, 48 Alene 9a, 48 Gordon Edward 9a, 48 Ida Lois 9a, 48 James Claud 9a, 48 James Clifford 9a, 48 SHELBURNE, James 18, 19 SHELL, Joyce 21a SHELLY, Richard 10, 11 SHEPARD, Lena 11a, 55 SHIER, David 15 SKINNER, Cynthia 60 SHIVELY, Herman 32 SHOEMAKER, Dorothy 14a, 58


SHORT, Peyton 21 SIMON, H. 73 SLATER, Jane 11 SMITH, Betty 8a, 47 Ed 3a, 32, 33 James 2 Lorraine 59 Paul 3a, 33 Peggy 21a Philip Clay 21a Samuel Jefferson Davis 21a SMITHSON, Sara Ida 27a , 83 SNYDER, Ernest Dean 12a Shauna 12a Tammy R. 12a SPARKS, Charles, 51 Lilly 5a, 41 Nancy E. 57 Robert 11a STACKELBACK, Lisa 7a STACKELBECK, Dale, 45 Laura Lisa 45 Opal 45 STAMPER, Alex 7a, 45 Alicia 7a, 46 Ann Margaret 6a, 44 Billy, D. 7a, 45 Billy Jr. 7a, 45 Delberta 6a, 44 Delores 7a, 45 Enoch 6a, 44 Enoch III 6a Jesse B. 6a Jesse Benjamin 44 John 7a John Ashley 45 Manerva 10a, 52 Margaret 7a Margaret Sue 46 Raymond G. 7a, 45 Richard 45 Sarah Alene 7a, 44 Tyrone 7a, 45 Velma Fay 7a, 44 Vergie Leon 6a, 44 Virginia Lee 7a, 44 Weldon 7a, 45 STEP, Ada 10a, 37, 53, 54, 57 Simon 53 STEPHENS, Sarah Ellen 20a, 69 STEVENS, Virginia 23a STOKES, Elizabeth 70 STONE, Christeen 6a, 43 James Ray 6a, 43 SUTHERLAND, James F. 21 SYDNOR, T. W. 19 SWANN, Rev. George 59 TANDY, Eva Lena 4a, 44 TATUM, Benjamin 15 Ruben 13 TAYLOR, Carry 20a, 72 Christopher 20a, 72 Clarence 20a, 72 E. S. 19 John 20a, 36, 72


TAYLOR (continued), Ruben 13 William 13, 14 THACKSTON, William 15 THAXTON, Nancy 22 THORNTON, Elizabeth 1a, 11 James Arvin 1a, 10, 11 John 1a, 10, 11 Nancy 1a, 11, 21, 22, 34, 73, Polly 1a, 11 Rebecca 1a, 11 Sarah 1a Sarah Ann 10, 11 Sarah Arvin 10, 11 Thomas 1a, 11 William 1a, 9, 10, 11, 18, 21 22, 23 William C. 1a TINCHER, George 21 TOBIAS, Elvera 50 TODD, Chester 3a Elliot 3a Grace 3a Henry Clark 3a Raymond 3a Ross 3a TOWSEND, Jacob 20 TUBBS, Sarah 2a, 25, 31 TUDOR, Myrtle 6a, 44 TUGGLE, Jake 62, 70 Robert 8a, Stanley 15a TURLINGTON, --- 27a, 84 Edgar 27a TURPIN, Carolyn 14a, 58 TUTTLE, Bernice 23a TYLER, Robert 22a VAUGHN, Tennessee 31 VIRGIL, August 20a WADE, Fred 18a Ted 18a WAGERS, Hazel 12a, 56 WAITE, Billy G 13a David E. 13a Jack T. 13a Steven F. 13a WALKER, Jeremiah 19 WALTON, Lydia 23a Luther 50 WARE, Capt.Frances 6 WARMUTH, Mollie 21a WARNER, Hester Brandenburg 25, 34 WARREN, Hester Brand 4a WATSON, Emma 10a, 52 Nanny Chaney 5a, 41 WATT, John 21 WEBB, Thomas 2 WELLS, Catherine 4a, 25, 34 Judy G. 11a Noah 5a, 41 Sarah Elizabeth 21a, WEST, Irene 27a, 82 WESTMAN, Mary 24a WHITE, Ethel 9a, 48 J. B. 35 Pleas 47


WILLIAMS, --- 6 Florence 8a, 47 John, 18 Joseph Clark 47 Mattie 30 Richard Edward 84 Thomas 2 WILSON, Maurice, Jr. 8a, 47 WINBURN, Elaine 9a, 48 WINGOLD, Edward 28a, 85 WINKLER, Alvin 45 Ansel 23a Ethel 23a Gobel 23a Laura 64 Marion 23a Thelma 7a, 45 WINTERS, Bill 18a WITT, Melissa 32, 82 Regina Sue 13a, Richard 13a WOOD, Claudine 24a Eugenia 27a John 27a, 82 John Mortimer 27a John Thomas 27a, 83 WORTHINGTON, William B. 13a Robert Allen 13a WYATT, Mark 27 YOUNG, Ambrose 17a James D. 17a


S E C T I O N II ASSOCIATE FAMILIES ==================================================== D U N C A N Family from Scotland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 F O W L E R Family from Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 F U L L I L O V E Family from Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 HILL Family from Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 PETERS Family believed to be from Germany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 STALLARD Family from England . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 GARLAND Family from North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 STOKES Family of Lunenburg County, VA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 ========================================================


DUNCAN FAMILY William DUNCAN ----------------------------------------

Rawley DUNCAN------------------

b. 1692-1-19

b. @ 1723

w. VA or Scotland

w. Culpeper County, VA

m. 1722 in Orange Co. VA

m. No record found

Later became Culpeper

d. In Russel County, VA

d. 1781, Culpeper Co.

where he made his home. Jael DUNCAN---------------------b. @ 1751 Culpeper Co. VA m. No record d. 1810/12

Ruth RAWLEY

Rawley and Mary Roberts

Of Culpepr Co. VA

had three children: 1. Jael Duncan

William and Ruth Rawley had seven children:

2. 3.

John Duncan Towsend Duncan

Spouse: Samuel Stallard

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Charles Duncan James Duncan Rawley Duncan William Duncan John Duncan Joseph Duncan Ann Duncan

---------------------------------------Mary ROBERTS--------------------

No information on the Family of Mary Roberts.

The Duncan Family material is of interest to all descendants of Samuel and Jael Duncan Stallard. To those descendants proof of eligibility for the D.A.R. and the S.A.R. is recorded through your ancestor Rawley Duncan, Jaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father.


1 Arvin Connection DUNCAN FAMILY ========================================= DUNCAN--SCOTLAND TO VIRGINIA [The following was taken and copied exactly as in the book, THE STALLARD CONNECTION, pgs. 29 and 30, written by Nancy Clark Baker, Gladyse Julian Stallard and Margaret Russell Stallard.] Pages 29-30. The eldest child of Rev. William and Susan Haldane Duncan was--William Duncan born 1659-18-1 in Scotland and died about 1720 in Virginia; married Margaret McMurde of Dumfries, Scotland and they had issue of seven children. This family, parents and children, emigrated to America about 1690-4 and first located at or near Bellhaven (now Alexandria) in Virginis where it is supposed their father died; and the children some time later settled for a time in a section of the Colony then known as its Northern Neck and of which Culpeper was formed. (County) The fifth son and seventh child, said to have been the youngest of the children of William Duncan and Margaret McMurde Duncan was; William Duncan born 1692-1-19 in Virginia (possibly Scotland) and died in 1781 in Culpeper County, Virginia. Married 1722 or 3-1-11 Ruth Rawley of Culpeper, Va., daughter of Matthew Rawley of Welsh descent who emigrated to America and had issue of nine children all born in Culpeper County, Va. This William Duncan was the first of his name in Culpeper where he arrived in 1722 or 3 and married 19 days thereafter. This William Duncan purchased land in Orange County, Virginia in 1736, and in Culpeper County in 1749; ultimately becoming a wealthy and an influential


2 citizen of Culpeper. And--the escutcheon of William Duncan in Virginia was the same as his grandfather's in Scotland; and his descendants, the old Scottish families that settled in the Northern Neck of Virginia were true to the cause of the American freedom during the great struggle for independence (Gresham) and later, their descendants during the Civil War of the sixties, fought for sectional rights and in defense of their families and homes. This ends the Duncan Genealogy as the Kentucky descendants have it.

========================================= ANCESTORY OF JAEL DUNCAN STALLARD --------------------------------REV. WILLIAM DUNCAN b 1630 m SARAH/ SUSAN HALDANE WILLIAM DUNCAN b 1659 m MARGARET McMURDE WILLIAM DUNCAN b 1692 m RUTH RAWLEY/RALEIGH RAWLEY DUNCAN b 1723 m MARY ROBERTS JAEL DUNCAN b 1745 m SAMUEL STALLARD [The Duncans and Stallards are our ancestors thru the Peters and Murphies. Elizabeth Peters married our ancestor Nathaniel Arvin. Elizabethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mother was Elizabeth Murphy daughter of Edly Murphy and Mary (Polly) Stallard. Mary was the daughter of Jael Duncan (listed above) and Samuel Stallard.] =========================================

[CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND JAEL DUNCAN STALLARD] From the record of indenture (Sale of land Dicey and children of Samuel and Jael Stallard to James Green), from the Family Bible of Samuel and Jael Stallard found in the hands of Dr. Samuel Carter Stallard by Rev. A. J. Wolfe, from marriage records,


3 U.S. Census records, and numerous court records the following list of children of Samuel and Jael Duncan Stallard has been prepared. (According to Dr. Samuel Carter Stallard, his grandmother, Jael Duncan Stallard, had red hair.)]

CHILDREN of GAEL DUNCAN and SAMUEL STALLARD ============================================= 1. Rawley Stallard (born, 1771 Culpeper Co., VA) Married Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson. 2. Frankie Stallard married James Watson. 3. Ruth Stallard (born, 1774) Married William Kitchen. 4. Walter Stallard (born, 1776) Married Elizabeth Carter - 2nd, Mary (Polly) Bevins. 5. Mary (Polly) Stallard married Edley Murphey. 6. Dulcina Stallard (born, 1781) Married James Green, Jr. 7. James Stallard (born, 1782) Married, 1st Sarah Whittenberg, 2nd Sarah McClure, 3rd Katharine McDuffie. 8. Sarah Stallard (born, 1790) Married William Addington.


FOWLER FAMILY

Joseph FOWLER -----------------b. Prince George Co. MD m. 10 Fed 1801 (2nd marriage) w. Madison Co. KY d. Oct 1824, Estill Co. KY Nancy FOWLER ------------------b. Feb 1820, Station Camp, KY m. 23 Fed 1837, Estill Co., KY d. 1885 (Stroke), Estill Co., KY

Jeremiah FOWLER b. 12 May 1711 w. Prince George Co. Maryland m. 10 Fed 1738 Drucilla ISAAC b. 05 Apr 1713, MD d. after 1800 w. Madison Co. KY ---------------------------------------Humphrey HILL b. -m. -d. --

Spouse: Thomas Green Arvin Elizabeth (Betsy) Hill -------------b. @ 1783 Virginia? d. @ 1824, Estill Co. KY

Wife Unknown b. -d. --


4 FOWLER FAMILY ===================================== ------------------------------------------------------------The older members of the FOWLER Family were from Maryland. Gloria Irene FOWLER BLACK of Indianapolis, Indiana, has made a study of the genealogy of the Fowler line. While Gloria's direct line is not the same as ours they all lead back to the same Maryland FOWLERS. The oldest FOWLER of whom we have record was Thomas FOWLER of Anne Arundale, Maryland, who married Susanna IAMS (Ijams), 15 October 1696. Their son was, Jeremiah FOWLER, (born, 12 May 1711, of Prince George County, Maryland. Jeremiah married, 10 Feb 1738, Drucilla ISAAC (born, 05 Apr 1713 - died after 1800, in Madison County, KY). -------------------------------------------------Following are the children of Drucilla ISAACS and Jeremiah FOWLER. =================================== 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Isaac Fowler Jonathan Fowler (died in Rev. War) Joseph Fowler Jemima Fowler (m. John Sappington) Richard Fowler (m. Ann Summers) Jeremiah Fowler, Jr. Matthew Fowler (Sarah) ? Fowler Daughter (Name unknown)

=================================== Joseph was the son of Jeremiah. He was with the Maryland troop in 1776 and was probably stationed


5 at Fort Boonesborough to help protect the fort from Indians in 1779. That was before Kentucky became a state in 1792. The first record of Joseph was found by Haynes Miller Stamper from a tax list in Madison County, Kentucky. Joseph Fowler (born in Prince George County, MD, died in 1824, Madison County, KY) Joseph married 10 Feb 1801, ELIZABETH HILL in Madison. There is a marriage bond on file in the Madison County Courthouse. Elizabeth was born about 1783 in Virginia, the daughter of Humphrey HILL. Elizabeth and Joseph moved from Madison County to Estill County, Kentucky, to live. They purchased land from Mary and James Hendricks and from James Berry (Deed Book A, p. 27) on Station Camp. They had sold or disposed of most of this land before their death in 1824. Betsy and Joseph died in the same year (1824). Older members of the family said that they contracted the flu. Joseph's will is on record in the Estill County Courthouse in the back of the old red book of first marriages. Following are the children of Elizabeth HILL and Joseph FOWLER. =================================== 1. Jeremiah FOWLER (born, 1802, Otter Creek, Madison County, KY) married Mary SPARKS, 14 April 1825. 2. Mary (Polly) FOWLER (born, 1804, Otter Creek, Madison County, KY - died in 1824) Mary married Thomas CANTOR, 09 May 1822. 3. Jonathan FOWLER (born, 1806, Otter Creek, Madison County, KY). 4. Jane FOWLER (born, 1809, Station Camp, Estill County, KY) Jane was married, 13 January 1826, to Levi FLYNN.


6 5. James FOWLER (born, 1812, Station Camp, KY) Married, 1835, to Aletha WILLIAMS. They settled in Madison County, near Jackson County, KY. 6. Joseph FOWLER, Jr. (born, 1814, Station Camp, died about 1845. His land was sold in 1847). Joseph married, 18 July 1838, Perdilla LYNCH. 7. Nancy FOWLER (born, February 1820 - died 1885 of a stroke and was buried in Bakers Cemetery, Buck Creek, KY) Nancy married, 23 Feb 1837, Thomas Green ARVIN (born 1815, died, winter of 1891/2). ======================================= The following five children were the children of Joseph FOWLER'S first marriage. Their Mother's name is unknown. ======================================= 1. Drucilla FOWLER (born, @1788, Madison County, KY) was married, 1806, to James CREWS. 2. Jemima FOWLER (born, @1790) married in 1806, to James CHILCOAT. Both Drucilla and Jemima believed to have settled in Jackson County, Kentucky. 3. John FOWLER (born, @1792) married to Patsy COLLINS of Madison County, KY. 4. Patience FOWLER (born, @1794 in Madison County, KY). 5. Minty Fowler (born, @1796, also in Madison County, KY.) ===================================== NANCY FOWLER, (our great grandmother) was the daughter of Elizabeth "Betsy" HILL and Joseph FOWLER. Nancy was born in February 1820, on Station Camp, Estill County, KY. She died of a stroke in 1885 and is probably buried in an


7 unmarked grave in the Baker Cemetery on Buck Creek in Estill County. Nancy was about six years old when her parents died. She grew up in the home of her sister, Jane Fowler Flynn. Her brother-in-law, Levi Flynn gave her away when she married Thomas Green ARVIN, 23 Feb 1837. Thomas Green was the son of Nancy THORNTON and Jameson ARVIN of Estill County, Kentucky. I have found no marriage bond for them but their marriage is recorded in the Estill County Court records in the marriages listed between 1809 and 1852. ===================================== For more information about NANCY FOWLER and THOMAS GREEN ARVIN see the ARVIN Section of this book.


8 WILL of JOSEPH FOWLER (This Will found on pages 209 and 210, in the back of the first Marriage Book.) Estill County September the 1ST 1824 In the name of God, Amen, I, Joesph Fowler, of the County of Estill and the State of Kentucky, am in my right mind and memory do make this my last will and testament. I, Joseph Fowler, do will to my son John Folwer, One Dollar. Also, Jemimia, my daughter, One Dollar. Also, Drucilla Fowler, One Dollar. Patience, my daughter, One Dollar. Also, Minty, my daughter, One Dollar. Also, I wish for my son, Jeremiah Fowler, to have the land in his possession until my youngest child comes of age for his taking care of the children. Then I wish all my estate, both personal and real to be divided equally among the children of my last wife. (Signed) Joseph Folwer Wits: Ebenezer Park Charles Cox Humprey Hill John Wells ************************************************* Estill County Court November Court, 1824 This last will and testament of Joseph Fowler, deceased, was this day produced into court and proved by the oath Joseph Scrivner and Ebennezer Park, two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. ========================================== Note: In case you feel this is not fair will to Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s older children, I have been told that Joseph had already given his older children their share of his estate. ==========================================


FULLILOVE FAMILY

Mary FULLILOVE----------------b. -m. -d. 1790/94

Spouse: John ARVIN

Anthony FULLILOVE b. -m. Haynes believe he married twice – no proof. d. 24 Jan 1803 in Lunenburg Co. VA

Sarah Wade ? Elizabeth Larrance ? d. 17 Dec 1803

We don’t know who Anthony’s parents were. We don’t know for sure that he was married twice. He moved to Lunenburg County from King Williams County, Virginia. It would seem that all his children were born in King Williams County before he made his move to Lunenburg where he purchased land in 1762.


9 Arvin Connection FULLILOVE FAMILY ========================================= Anthony FULLILOVE, Sr., moved to Lunenburg County, Virginia from King William County, VA. He purchased in 1762, the remainder of the Nance Grant which made him a next door neighbor of William ARVIN. William had purchased the first 200 acres of the grant. Therefore it is not surprising that Anthony's daughter, MARY, married William's son, JOHN ARVIN. Four of Anthony's children have been identified, William, Mary, Anthony, Jr., and Nancy. Three of them, William, Anthony, Jr., and Nancy, moved to Kentucky to live. Of course, we know that MARY, our direct ancestor, who married John ARVIN died between 1790 and 1794. She did not come to Kentucky. However, two of her sons, Jameson and John, moved to Kentucky along with their uncles in the Fullilove family. They made their moves between 1795 and 1800. Jameson ARVIN was one of the first twelve men to settle in the Estill County area. According to Nancy Davis' Bible records, Anthony Fullilove, Sr., died in 1803. Nancy was one of Anthony's daughters. No record has been found that he ever moved to Kentucky. -------------------------------------------------The CHILDREN of ANTHONY FULLILOVE, SR. ========================================= 1. William Fullilove 11. Mary Fullilove 111. Anthony Fullilove, Jr. 1V. Nancy Ann Fullilove =========================================


10 1. William FULLILOVE (born, @1749 in King William County. Virginia - died, 1804 in Madison County. Kentucky) His wife's given name was ORANER (taken from a deed in Lunenburg). Oraner and William's children were all born in Lunenburg and all of them seemed to have moved to Kentucky with him. -----------------------1. Sarah Wade Fullilove, married in 1794, in Lunenburg, to Robert WELLS. 2. Susanna Fullilove, also married in 1794, in Lunenburg to Crafton TATOM. 3. Mary Fullilove, married, 12 May 1796, in Madison Co. KY, to Jesse CLARK. 4. William Fullilove, Jr., married, 30 June 1803, Madison Co. KY, Elizabeth BATES, daughter of James BATES. 5. James Osmus Fullilove, married, 31 Dec 1800, Madison Co. KY, to Sarah OXFORD. 6. Elizabeth Fullilove, married, 24 Aug 1802, Abner HILL, son of William HILL. 7. John Fullilove, married, Susanna BATES, 16 Sep 1807, daughter of James BATES. 8. Oraner Fullilove, married, 16 Dec 1803, to Benjamin POTTER. 9. Larkin Fullilove, married, 10 Apr 1816, his cousin, Betsy Fullilove, daughter of Anthony, Jr. ======================================= 11. Mary FULLILOVE, daughter of Anthony FULLILOVE Sr., married John ARVIN. The names of their four children follow. For more information about MARY and JOHN and their children see the ARVIN Section. Mary was our direct ancestor in the Fullilove family. --------------------------------------------------------------


11 1. Sarah Wade Arvin, shared in her father's, John Arvin's, estate settlement in 1801. 2. Jameson Arvin (born, @1775 - died, 1841) Married, Nancy THORNTON. 3. John Arvin (born, @1778 - died, @1858) Married, Sally GLACKEN. 4. William Arvin (born, 1780 - died, 1868) Married, Margaret HARDING. ======================================= 111. Anthony FULLILOVE, Jr. (Anthony's American Revolutionary pension papers tell us that he was born, 20 Nov 1760, in King William County, VA died, @1835, Madison County, KY.) He married, 12 Jan 1787, Nancy Thaxton in Lunenburg County, VA, the daughter of William Thaxton of Lunenburg. They came to Kentucky about 1800 and settled in Madison County. -----------------------1. Mary Frances Fullilove, (born, @1788) married, 03 Mar 1800, to John MILICAN in Madison Co. KY. Mary Frances was twelve years old. 2. William Fullilove, (born, @1790) married 14 June 1810, Rebecca TATOM of Madison County, KY. 3. Elizabeth Fullilove, (born, @1796) married, 10 April 1816, a cousin, Larkin FULLILOVE of Madison County, KY. 4. Fanny Fullilove, married, 1824, to Jesse CROUSHER. 5. Sarah Fullilove, married, 1824, to John WILLERFORD. [There were other children in Anthony, Jr., and Nancy's family. Their names are not known.] =======================================


12 1V. Nancy Ann FULLILOVE (born, 10 Oct 1768 in Lunenburg County, Va - died, 01 Jan 1841, Madison County, KY.) We owe Nancy our gratitude for the gift of information which she left in her Bible on the Fullilove Family. Nancy Ann married, 16 December 1788, while still in Lunenburg, Henry B. DAVIS (born, 15 Dec 1764 - died, 16 Jun 1828, Madison County, KY) They moved to Kentucky along with the rest of the family. Following are their ten children. -----------------------1. Sally Barnes Davis (born, 16 Oct 1789) married, 1814, in Madison County, Kentucky to William MIZE. 2. Elizabeth Davis (born, 06 Feb 1792). 3. Allen Davis (born, 27 Aug 1794). 4. Martin Davis (born, July 1797). 5. Henry Davis, Jr. (born, 1799). 6. William Davis (born, 1801). 7. Ambrose Davis (born, 1802). 8. Polly Davis (born, 1804). 9. Martha Davis (born, 1805). 10. Judah Davis (born, Jan 1810).


HILL FAMILY

Elizabeth HILL ----------------------------------------b. @1782/3 w. Virginia m. 10 Feb 1801 w. Madison County, KY d. November 1824 w. Estill County, KY Spouse: Joseph Fowler

Humphrey HILL b. @1750 (Virginia?) m. @1780/81 w. Virginia? d. between 1830/40 w. Madison County, KY b. Madison Co. Cemetery unknown The name of Humphrey Hillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wife is not known. She is listed with him in the 1820 Estill Census. Both were over 45 years of age.


13 HILL FAMILY ===================================== Haynes Miller Stamper first found the HILL Family listed in 1794 in the tax rolls of Madison County, KY, The 1810 Census of Estill County, Kentucky, show Humphrey and his son, Humphrey, Jr., as residents and owners of land in Estill County. They were accompanied in their move from Madison County to Estill County by others in the family: John Wells; Robert Wells; Ben Alexander; Joseph Fowler and his son, John Fowler, all bought land and settled in Estill County before 1810. In 1825, Humphrey, Jr., sold his land in Estill and moved back to Madison County. In 1827, Humphrey, Sr., sold his land to Joseph Scrivner for land in Madison and also moved there. He evidently wanted to be near his son in his old age. Humphrey, Sr., was between the age of 80 and 90 in the 1830 Census of Madison County. He died there between 1830 and 1840. Where he is buried is not known. There was a private in the American Revolution who fought in the battle of Cowpens in 1781 by the name of HUMPHREY HILL. Whether he was our ancestor is not known. But it is inconceivable to me that there was another private by that name at that age at that time. Nothing is known of Humphrey's wife. She was with him in the 1820 Census of Estill County. They were both over the age of 45. According to the ages of their children they were married about 1780/81 which would have been before they came to Kentucky. No will has been found for Humphrey Hill, Sr.


14 =================================== Following are the names of the seven children of Humphrey Hill and his wife. =================================== 1. Elizabeth HILL (born, @1782, Virginia, died in November 1824 in Estill County, Kentucky). She married, 10 February, 1801, Joseph FOWLER, (born, @1750 in Maryland). They moved from Madison County to Estill County KY, where they lived until their death in November of 1824. Older members of the family said that Elizabeth and Joseph contracted the flu. ------------------------------------------------------------Elizabeth Hill was our direct ancestor. For more information about the children and family of Elizabeth Hill and Joseph Fowler see FOWLERS in this section. ===================================== 11. Humphrey HILL, Jr., (born, 06 Sep 1784 in Virginia - died, 10 Dec 1853 in Madison County, Kentucky). Humphrey married, 20 July 1806, Mary Alexander, the daughter of James Alexander. According to the census Mary was born in Virginia. They also moved from Madison to Estill County. All of their children were born in Estill. All of them were married in Madison after Mary and Humphrey moved back to Madison County in 1825. Following is a list of their.............. [11 Children] 1. Humphrey Hill, III (born, 30 Sep 1807, died, 10 Sep 1840). He married, 28 June 1830, Sarah RADICAN. 2. William Hill (born, 24 Dec 1808 died, 06 Jan 1871) He married, 1827, Mary POTTER, who died before 1840 leaving two sons. Second marriage to Margaret LAKES, 31 Aug 1841. 3. Greenberry Hill (born, @1810/11 - died,


15 in 1858 in Madison) He married, 05 Aug 1839, Eliza STALDING. 4. Elizabeth Hill (born, @1812). Married, 1833, to Allen PINKSTON. 5. Harrison Hill (born, 12 Aug 1813 died, 1879) Married, 30 Oct 1832, to Martha TURNER, grandaughter of Humphrey Jones. Martha died in 1862, buried in Red Lick Cemetery, Madison County, KY. 6. Lucinda Hill (born, 1815). Married, 08 Dec 1834, Mastin MARTIN. 7. James Hill (born, @1817). Married, 21 Jun 1841, Mary Ann WARREN. 8. Sarah Hill (born, @1818) Married, March 1837 to William RIDDELL. Living in Estill County in 1860 Census. 9. Paulina Hill (born, @1820) First married, 19 Jan 1836, to William MOODY. Second marriage, 10 Jun 1846, to Harrison ALTICE. 10. Mary Hill (born, @1824/5) Married, 02 Oct 1841, to William H. H. McWILLIAMS. One son, John. 11. Martha Hill (born, @1826) Married, 24 Feb 1846, to John L. GRAVES. ======================================= 111.

Nancy HILL Married, 05 Aug 1805, to John WELLS in Madison County, Kentucky. They moved to Estill County about 1806/7, where they raised their family. ======================================= 1V.

Jane HILL married, 04 Oct 1806, to Benjamin ALEXANDER. They also moved from Madison to Estill County to live. =======================================


16 V.

James HILL (born @1792 in Virginia, died, in 1843 in Estill County, KY) He married, 24 Dec 1815, in Estill County, Rebecca PARK, daughter of Eli Park. ===================================== V1. Sally HILL (born @1795?) Married, 28 May 1813, in Estill County to James LYNCH. ===================================== V11.

Louiza HILL? (Haynes is not sure this was Humphrey's daughter). Louiza married first, 1827, in Estill County, James BLACKWELL and second, Lemell McWILLIAMS in 1833.


PETERS FAMILY

Jonas PETERS --------------------b. 11 Sep 1814, Scott Co. VA m. 14 Jan 1840, Scott Co. VA d. After 1880, Estill Co. KY

Catherine HACKER b. 01 Oct 1783 TN d. 01 Jan 1859, Scott Co. VA

Elizabeth PETERS b. Sep 1846, Scott Co. VA m. 13 July 1865 d. 09 Jan 1919, Estill Co. KY

Spouse: Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN

Jacob PETERS, Jr. b. 11 Dec 1779, Rockbridge Co. VA m. 20 Mar 1798 d. 23 Aug 1862, Scott Co. VA

Elizabeth MURPHY --------------b. 1815 – Some records say TN d. Between 1870 & 1880, Estill Co. KY

Edly MURPHY b. – m. @ 1800 d. before 1829 Mary (Polly) STALLARD b. @ 1784 Clinch River, VA d. between 1851 / 54


17 PETERS FAMILY ===================================== The PETERS in our family came to Estill County, Kentucky from Scott County, Virginia. The first to come (see Generation Chart) was great grandfather, Jonas PETERS. He was accompanied by his wife, Elizabeth MURPHY PETERS, and their children. As indicated by the chart they were married in Scott County in 1840. They are listed in the 1850 and the 1860 Censuses of Scott County. By 1870 they had reached Estill County, Kentucky. Elizabeth MURPHY PETERS was still alive in the 1870 census but was not listed in the 1880 census. When Jonas' family left Scott County for Kentucky they crossed Cumberland Gap and spent a year or more in Tennessee before traveling on to Estill County in Kentucky. Their youngest child, Alice, was born in Tennessee (June 1864) but I believe that the rest of the children were all born in Scott County, VA. Jonas PETERS came from a large family. His father was Jacob Peters, Jr., one of three brothers who according to the fine book, â&#x20AC;&#x153;PETERS of SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIAâ&#x20AC;?, by James Marvin PETERS, settled in Scott County in the 1700's. They are thought to be the sons of Jacob PETERS, Sr., from Germany. Elizabeth PETERS, the daughter of Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS, was the link between the ARVIN family and the PETERS family. Elizabeth, married our ancestor, Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN, in Estill County, Kentucky, 13 July 1865, just after the end of the Civil War. According to family legend Elizabeth came to Kentucky in advance of her family with her sister, Mary Catherine Peters FIELDS, who had married Zachariah FIELDS in Scott County, Virginia. Zachariah had come to Kentucky


18 earlier and built a home on Barnes Mountain for Mary Catherine when she followed about 1861or 2. After Elizabethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mothers death Jonas married again. The 24 December 1874, he married Malinda BOWMAN. They had no children. Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS had a family of ten children. Their children and grandchildren are listed below. The FAMILY of Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS ========================================== Mary Catherine Peters (1841) Jacob Peters (1854) Hiram Peters (1843) Martha Peters (1854) Milicent (Melissa) Peters (1845) Hezekia Peters (1855) Elizabeth Peters (1848) Nancy J. Peters (1857) Robert A. Peters (1850) Alice Peters (1864) ========================================== [Birth dates of most of their children and grandchildren, except in cases of exact dates (daymonth-year), are estimates from the U. S. Census.] ========================================== I.

Mary Catherine PETERS the first child of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters (born, 1841, Scott County, VA. - died, before 1900 in Estill County, KY). She married, Zackariah FIELDS, 26 October 1856, in Scott County, Virginia. They moved to Kentucky to live. Zachariah "Zack" was a Baptist Minister and a farmer. He came to Kentucky ahead of Catherine and had a log house built on the top of Barnes mountain for them to live in when Catherine came about 1861. According to the 1880 Census they had nine children of whom the first two were born in Scott County. 1. Martha Fields (born, 1860, Scott County, VA).


19 2. Rebecca E. Fields (born, 01 Jan 1861, Scott, County - died, 22 Jul 1895, buried at Wagersville, KY). According to marriage records she married George B. WAGERS, 28 April 1898. 3. Polly Ann Fields (born, 1864, Estill County, KY) Marriage to J. WAGERS. 4. Hiram K. Fields (born, 1867, Estill County). 5. Jonas Fields (born, 1869, Estill County). 6. Sarah Jane Fields (born, 1871, Estill County, KY). 7. Nancy E. Fields (born, 1872, Estill County, KY). 8. Melissa Ann Fields (born, 1875, Estill County, KY). 9. Laura Frances Fields (Born, 1880, Estill County, KY). ======================================= 11. Hiram K. PETERS (born, 1843, Scott County, Virginia - died in Estill County, Kentucky) was the son of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters. He was buried where most of the Peters are, in the Peters Cemetery on Barnes Mountain, Estill, County. Before 1886, Hiram had bought the farm where both the Hunt and the Peters Cemeteries are located. He was a corporal in Company E, 1st Tennesse Cavalry, Civil War. He married, 30 Jan 1872, Margaret Jeanette JOHNSON (born, 12 Sep 1848 in Tennessee, died, 13 Mar 1926 - also buried in the Peters Cemetery) They had seven children all born in Kentucky. ......................................................... [7 Children] 1. Clara Bell Peters (born, 1873, Estill County) Married, John HUGHES. 2. Margaret Jane Peters (born, 1874, Estill County, KY) Married, 18 Aug 1891, to John P. RICHARDSON. 3. Thomas Jefferson Peters (born, 12 Jan 1874, died, 13 Jan 1960). He was a veteran of the


20 Spanish American War. Thomas married, 20 Feb 1895, Elizabeth HUNT (born, 22 Mar 1876 - died, 21 Sep 1957) daughter of Nancy FARTHING and William HUNT. They were married, 20 Feb 1895. Both are buried in the Hunt Cemetery on Barnes Mountain. 3a. Nanie Kate Peters (b. 29 Jan 1896 d. 06 May 1901). 3b. Hallie B. Peters (b. 21 Jan 1902 d. 08 Mar 1971). Married, Fred NOLAND. 3c. Hiram Louis Peters (b. 14 Nov 1905 d. 23 Sep 1907). 3d. Willie A. Peters (b. 05 Aug 1908 d. 14 Jan 1970) Married, Rhoda JAMIESON. 3e. Flossie May Peters (b. 19 Jan 1911). Married, 23 Dec 1926, Arthur PACE (b. 07 Apr 1907 - d. 14 April 1969) the son of Mary Susan Robertson and Leander Pace. [For the family of Flossie Peters and Arthur Pace see the ROBERTSON Section of this Book.] 4. Mary Catherine Peters (born, 1878) Married, Humphrey NOLAND, 06 Dec 1893, the son of Berry Noland. According to the 1910 Census their children were: 4a. Berry Noland. 4b. Nettie Noland. 4c. Nora Noland. 5. Rebecca Ann Peters (born, 18 Jul 1880) Married, 19 Dec 1900, to Charles ALCORN, son of William Alcorn. 5a. Gracie Alcorn. 5b. Hume Alcorn. 5c. Hester Alcorn. 5d. Hanna M. Alcorn. 6. Mattie Peters (born, 1885 - twin) Married, 25 Feb 1904, to John T. CENTERS. 6a. Fred Centers. 6b. Nellie Centers.


21 6c. Nettie Centers. 7. Minnie Peters (born, 1885 - twin). Married, 28 March 1907, to Eli Blevins, son of Hargis BLEVINS. ===================================== 111. Milicent (Melissa) PETERS (born 1845 - died, about 1862) ===================================== 1V. Elizabeth PETERS (born, 24 Dec 1848, in Scott County Virginia - died, 09 Jan 1919 in Estill County, KY). Elizabeth, named for her mother, was the fourth child of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters. She came to Kentucky with her sister, Mary Catherine Peters Fields and lived with Mary Catherine and her husband until her marriage to Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN, 13 July 1865. (This is the joining of the ARVIN family to the PETERS family). [There is a family legend concerning the first time that Elizabeth saw Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. I'm not sure about the verity of this legend but I have included it following this enumeration of our PETERS family.] Elizabeth is buried beside Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN in the Hunt Cemetery at the top of Barnes Mountain. The dates on her tombstone are incorrect. No one at the present time knows who had them put there. We just know that they are not correct. Elizabeth and Nathaniel had thirteen children. Ten of them lived to become adults...............................[13 Children] ====================================== [For more information about the family of Elizabeth Peters and Nathaniel Thornton Arvin see NATHANIEL THORNTON ARVIN in the ARVIN Section of this book. Following are the names of their children.]


22 1. Melissa Ann Arvin (born, 1866 - died, 1951) m. Jonah Jesse CROW. 2. Mary Jane Arvin (born, 1867 - died, 1930's) m. Irvine JAMESON. 3. Nancy Elizabeth Arvin (born, 1869 died, 1939) m. Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. 4. James Arvin, twin (born, 1871 - died, 1871). 5. Fannie B. Arvin, twin to James. Both died within a month of birth. 6. Jonas Arvin (born, 1872 - died, 1940) m. Tabitha Jane FOX. 7. Robert Christopher Arvin (born, 1875 died, 1948) m. 1st. Ada STEP 2nd. Mary Susan ROBERTSON. ----------------------------------------------------[Robert Christopher ARVIN's first Family is found in the ARVIN Section and his second family is in the ROBERTSON Section.] -----------------------------------------------------8. Susan Emmaline Arvin (born, 1877 - died, 1917) m. James D. KING. 9. Louisa T. Arvin (born, 1880) m. Allen FOX. 10. George W. Arvin (born, 1882 - died, 1886, at the age of four with diptheria.) 11. Nathaniel Greene Arvin (born, 1884 - died, 1978) m. Sarah HARRIS. 12. Mattie Alice Arvin (born, 1887 - died, @1961) m. Marshall RICHARDSON. 13. Edith Margaret Arvin (born, 1890 - died, 1925) m. Millard Seth EDWARDS. ========================================= V. Robert A. PETERS (born, @1850, in Scott County, VA. - died after 1910 in Estill County, KY). was the son of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters. He is buried in the Peters Cemetery on Barnes Mountain. Robert married, Barbara COLE


23 (born, 1854 in Jackson County, KY.- died in 1921). Barbara was the daughter of Matilda WOODS and William COLE. They were married, 27 Aug 1872. Robert Peters and Barbara Cole had ten children. Robert Peters married second, to Alpha EDWARDS. ...................................................... [10 Children] 1. William P. Peters (born, 1874 in Estill County, KY) Married, first, 06 Jun 1895, to Pauline REECE, - second, 05 Nov 1899 to Sarah TIPTON, 1a. Susan F. Peters (born, 1901). 1b. Vernon Peters (born, 1903). 1c. Lily Mae Peters (born, 01 May 1904, died, 06 Jan 1929). 1d. Ethel Peters (born, 1907). 1e. Leonard Peters (born, 1910). -------------------------------------------------2. Alex Thornton Peters (born, Nov 1875, died, 1919) Married in 1902 to Lucretia Jane LAND, daughter of John Land. 2a. Cecil B. Peters (born, 1908). 2b. Bessie Peters (born, 1911) 2c. Earla Peters (born, 1913). 2d. Finley Peters (born, 1918). 2e. Lillie Peters (born, 1920) ------------------------------------------------3. Sarah Frances Peters (born, Mar 1878, died about 1900) Married to Commodore ROGERS. -------------------------------------------------4. Margaret Jane Peters (born, 1879 - died about 1915) Married to George HUNT, 23 Dec 1896. Children were: 4a. Harlan Hunt. 4b. William Patton Hunt. 4c. Hattie Hunt. 4d. Robert Hunt. 4e. Della Hunt. 4f. Herbert Hunt. ----------------------------------------------


24 5. Nannie Greene Peters (born, 23 Apr 1882 - died, 4 Mar 1901) Never married. ----------------------------------------------6. Mary Catherine Peters (born, Feb 1884). No record. ----------------------------------------------7. Laura Alice Peters (born, Apr 1885 - died young). ----------------------------------------------8. Charles W. Peters (born, Feb 1886) Married--Sena TIPTON? ----------------------------------------------9. Matilda Peters (born, Feb 1888) Married to James HUGHES. ----------------------------------------------10. Myrtle E. Peters (born, Apr 1894, died young). ----------------------------------------------===================================== V1. Jacob PETERS (born, 1854 in Scott County, VA) twin, son of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters. Married Sarah A. JOHNSON (born 1860, VA - now W V ..................................... [1 Child ] 1. Joannah Peters (born, 1878, KY) ======================================= V11. Martha PETERS (born 1854, Scott County, VA) twin to Jacob. ======================================== V111. Hezekiah PETERS (born, 1855, Scott Co. VA.) ======================================== 1X. Nancy J. PETERS (born, 1857, Scott County) Married, Erin COLE. After Erin's death Nancy married Rome JOHNSON. [Rome's first marriage was to Sarah ROBERTSON.]


25 X.

Alice PETERS (born, Jun 1864 in TN - died, 07 May 1948 in Estill County, KY., according to her tombstone) Alice was the daughter of Elizabeth Murphy and Jonas Peters. She married, 26 March 1886, Thomas Franklin ARVIN (born, 21 Mar 1862, according to his Father's Pension Application - died, 01 Jan 1903, according to his tombstone) Thomas Franklin was the son of Sarah Ann ALCORN and Nathaniel ARVIN. The 1900 Estill County Census lists Alice and Thomas as having five children. -----------------------------------------------------------------1. Jonas Arvin (born, Jul 1887). 2. Nathaniel T. Arvin (born, May 1889). 3. Aaron M. Arvin (born, Jun 1890). 4. Mary B. Arvin (born, May 1894). 5. Nancy M. Arvin (born, Jun 1895).


OLDER STALLARDS Walter STALLARD II -----------b. @ 1720 w. Essex Co. VA d. 1807 – His will probated in 1807. Walter lived in Culpeper County, VA and was married twice. [unauthenticated but accepted that Walter’s first wife was]: (Betsy) Elizabeth ^ WILLIAMS Children by Betsy: Samuel Stallard II Elizabeth Stallard (Who married Mr. Cavender.)

Samuel STALLARD -------------b. Essex Co. VA d. Samuel lived & died in Essex in 1721. (Will probated in 1720) Samuel married: Grace ------------Their children: Walter Stallard II Sarah Stallard [Both children were named in his will.]

Walter STALLARD “The Emigrant” b. Baptised 1604 in England. He probably emigrated to America between 1640 / 50. m. Winfred (Hodges) d. 1683. His will was probated in Oct 1684. He named two children in his will: Samuel Stallard of Essex Co. VA Sarah Stallard


STALLARD FAMILY

Samuel STALLARD -------------b. @1745 w. Culpeper Co. VA. m. No record found d. 1816 w. Scott Co. VA Mary STALLARD --------------b. @1784 on Clinch River, Scott Co. VA m. @1800 d. Between 1851 / 54 Spouse: Edley Murphey

Jael DUNCAN -------------------b. 1741 w. Culpeper Co. VA d. 1810 / 12 w. Scott Co. VA

Walter STALLARD II b. @1720 m. No record found d. Will probated in 1807 1st. (Betsy) Elizabeth ^ WILLIAMS Of Essex Co. VA [unauthenticated but accepted] Rawley DUNCAN b. @1723 m. No record found d. No record Mary ROBERTS No records


26 Arvin Connection STALLARD FAMILY =========================================== The material in this article on the Stallard Family was taken from the book, THE STALLARD CONNECTION, written by Nancy Clark Baker, Gladys Julian Stallard and Margaret Russel Stallard. The book gives a better account of this family than I can. It is true that the book is out of print and therefore hard to obtain. From the Book I have made two generation charts which takes our line as far back as the book goes. I have also listed the children of our direct line. It is the opinion of those who wrote the book, THE STALLARD CONNECTION, that Walter Stallard, "The Emigrant", was the son of Roger Stallard and the grandson of Walter Stallard of the Parish of Woolhope, Herefordshire, England. Walter came to America with his brother before 1672. There is no record that his brother ever married. Walter, "The Emigrant", married Winifred (Hodges?). They had two children. Walter's wife and both his children are named in his will which was recorded in 1684. His children were: --------------------------Samuel Stallard who lived his life in Essex County, Virginia, and Sarah Stallard. --------------------------The STALLARDS are ancestors of ours through Elizabeth PETERS, who married Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. Elizabeth's grandmother was Mary Stallard who married Edley Murphey. Mary Stallard's chart shows her parents and grandparents. The Stallard family of Scott County, Virginia, is no further back in the ancestor line than that of


27 William ARVIN of Lunenburg County, Virginia. In fact they parallel each other: the ARVINS on one side: the PETERS, STALLARDS and DUNCANS on the other. Walter Stallard II, son of Samuel Stallard of Essex County, Virginia, married twice. There is no record of his first marriage to our ancestor Elizabeth (Betsy) Williams, of Essex County, Virginia. Although unauthenticated, this marriage is accepted due to circumstancial evidence. It is established by documented evidence that he married Hannah PITTS. He moved from Essex County, Virginia to Culpeper County, Virginia. His will established that he was not wealthy but that his was a well-to-do and respected family of the community. Walter Stallard 11, (born, @1720 - die,. @1807, in Culpepper County, Virginia) was the son of Samuel and Grace Stallard. Children of Walter Stallard II and Elizabeth Williams: -----------------------------------------------1. Samuel Stallard II, (born, @1745) Married, @1770, Jael DUNCAN. 11. Elizabeth Stallard married Mr. Cavender. -----------------------------------------------Children of Walter Stallard 11, and Hannah Pitts: ------------------------111. Walter Stallard, Jr. married: 1st. Elvira McClanahan 2nd. Judah Bayse 3rd. Nancy Taylor Bayse. 1V. Randolph Stallard married Mary Bullitt. V. Fanny Stallard married Taliaferro Schumate. V1. Mary Ann Stallard married James Scott. V11. Peggy Stallard married Mr. Clore or Acre. V111. Rachel Stallard married Richard Luttrell. X1. David Stallard married Susannah Pitts. X. John Stallard--killed in Revolutionary War.


28 Samuel STALLARD II, called "the pioneer" in the book, was born @1745 in Culpeper County, VA and died, @1816 in Scott County, VA. He married Jael DUNCAN (according to tradition a red headed, Scottish lass) who was born @1751 in Culpeper County and died about 1816/18 in Scott County. Samuel sold his land in Culpepper and moved. Starting for Kentucky, he found land and a place he liked along the Clinch River in Scott County. Here Jael and Samuel stopped and made their home. ---------------------Children of Jael Duncan and Samuel Stallard II -----------------------------------------------1. Rawley Stallard (born, 1771 Culpeper Co., VA - died, Scott Co., VA) Married, Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson. 2. Frankie Stallard Married, James Watson. 3. Ruth Stallard (born, 1774) Marroed, William Kitchen. 4. Walter Stallard (born, 1776) Married, Elizabeth Carter. 2nd, Mary (Polly) Bevins. 5. Mary (Polly) Stallard (born, 1784) Married Edley Murphey [our direct ancestor]. 6. Dulcina Stallard (born, 1781) Married, James Green, Jr. 7. James Stallard (born, 1782) Married, Sarah Whittenberg, 2nd, Sarah McClure, 3rd, Katharine McDuffie. 8. Sarah Stallard (born, 1790) Married, William Addington. ======================================= Mary (Polly) STALLARD, (our direct ancestor) and the grandmother of Elizabeth PETERS, [see Peters Family Chart) was the daughter of Jael DUNCAN and Samuel Stallard II. Mary was born about 1784 on Clinch River in what is now Scott County, VA. She died between 1851 and 1854. Mary (Polly) married about 1800, Edley MURPHEY in Scott County. They had four boys and one girl. The sons were: Robert William, Hugh and Stephen and the daughter was


29 Elizabeth MURPHY, who married Jonas PETERS, the son of Catherine HACKER and Jacob PETERS, Jr. After Edley's death, Mary married again, 24 July 1829, Samuel Estep, Sr. -----------------------------------------------Children of Mary (Polly) Stallard and Edley Murphey -----------------------------------------------1. Robert Murphy--no information--His Father cut him out of his will with One Dollar. 2. William Murphy married Peggy --------. 3. Hugh Murphy (born, 1807) Married, 18 Feb 1828 in Scott County, VA, to Elizabeth BOND. Hugh was a miller. Their children: 3a. William Murphy. 3b. Mary Murphy--b. 1834; m. 25 Nov 1852 to Henry Watts of Scott County. 3c. Edley Murphy--b. 1840; died of fever during the Civil War, while in Camp Douglas, in 1864. 3d. Robert L. Murphy--b. 1846; died of fever at Camp Douglas during the Civil War. 4. Stephen Murphy--(born 1814) m. 11 Feb 1836, to Lydia Strong. (2) 21 Oct 1840, to Martha McHenry b. 1817 in Tennessee. 4a. Malissa A. Murphy-b. 1837, da of Lydia. 4b. Judith Murphy-b. 1842, da of Martha. 5. Elizabeth Murphy (born, ca 1815, in Scott County VA, died, before 1824 in Estill County, KY) Elizabeth married, 14 January 1840, Jonas PETERS, in Scott County, the son of Catherine Hacker and Jacob PETERS, Jr. Elizabeth and Jonas moved from Scott County, Virginia to Estill County, Kentucky to lived about 1861/2. ========================================= [The family of Elizabeth MURPHY and Jonas PETERS is listed in the PETERS FAMILY in this section.]


GARLAND FAMILY ----------------------------------------

Elizabeth GARLAND ------------b. @ 1824 w. Tennessee m. 12 Feb 1842 mb w. Clay County, KY d. After 1880 w. Jackson Co. KY Buried in Jackson Co. Spouse: Honsefer ROBERTSON

Solomon GARLAND -------------b. 02 or 07 April 1793 in Tennessee. Since Solomon’s first three children were born in Tennessee before he moved to Kentucky it is reasonable to suppose that he married there. No record has been found of his first or second marriages. Married – 07 June 1853 to Sarah Bowling. Solomon died after 1880 in Clay County, KY.

John GARLAND b. between 1736-48 w. Virginia or (England) m. 08 Aug 1781 mb w. Warren (Bute) County North Carolina d. 17 Sep 1840 in Clay County, KY Susannah NICHOLS b. 12 Feb 1759 w. North Carolina d. after 23 Apr 1855 w. Clay County, KY There is no record of the name of Solomon’s 1st or 2nd wife.

The Garland Family material is of interest to all descendants of John and Susannah Nichols Garland. To those descendants proof of eligibility for the D.A.R. and the S.A.R. is recorded through your ancestor John Garland.


30 Robertson Connection GARLAND FAMILY ===================================== JOHN GARLAND spent five and one-half years of his life fighting for the freedom of America during the American Revolution. There are records in the files of the Daughters of the American Revolution, indicating that he was born in England, about 1736. After John's discharge from the Army he married Susannah Nichols in North Carolina and they moved to Wautauga, Tennessee, in what would now be Carter County. According to census records their children were all born in Tennessee. Later they moved to Knox County, Kentucky to live. John lived to be a very old man, dying in 1840, in Clay County, Kentucky. Susannah Nichols (born, 12 February 1759) was the daughter of William Jacob NICHOLS, and lived to be past ninty-four years of age, also dying at home in Clay County. She died in 1855. ======================================= Following are the names and birth dates of John and Susannah's children copied from the Bible pages in the National Archives, Washington, D. C. ======================================= 1. Joseph Garland (born, 02 Nov 1782, in Washington County, TN) Married, 17 Oct 1811, to Margaret Haun. 11. John Garland (born, 18 Dec 1784). 111. Lucy Garland (born, 10 Mar 1787). 1V. Sarah Garland (born, 23 Jan 1789, died, btn 1850 and 1860 in Pike County, Indiana) Married, @1809, to James Offill (Offield) Jr., of Tennessee. V. Mary Garland (born, 04 Mar 1791). 1V. Solomon Garland (born, 02 Apr 1793, died, btn 1860 and 1870, in Clay


31 County, KY). Solomon was married twice (if not three times). 1st wife - name not known. 2nd wife - (Polly Garland?), m. 15 Dec 1827. 3rd wife - Sarah Bowling, m. 07 Jun 1853. V11. Susannah Garland (born, 29 Oct 1795 married, 18 Jul 1814, (mb) to Obediah Hammonds of Knox Co. KY. V111. Martha Garland (born, 26 Apr 1798) 1X. Lovennia Garland (born, 18 Oct 1800, died, 03 Apr 1863) Married, @1820, Coles Co. IL, to William Riley Hopper, (born, 20 Sep 1797, TN - died, 07 Apr 1878). ========================================= SOLOMON GARLAND V1. SOLOMON GARLAND, the sixth child of Susannah and John Garland seems to have been married three times. I've had to structure Solomon's life around census records as these are almost the only records available. His first three children were born before 1826. He married his first wife in Tennessee. She must have died sometime between 1825 and 1835. When the 1830 Census of Clay County was taken Solomon had three children and a wife between 20 and 30 years. Elizabeth believed to be the youngest child of his first marriage was born about 1825, the next child in his family was born about 1836. It is conceivable that in this period of time his first wife died and he had married again. The name of his first wife is not known. THREE CHILDREN OF SOLOMONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FIRST WIFE ----------------------------------------------------------------1. MARY 2. JAMES 3. ELIZABETH ----------------------------------------------------------------1. Mary Garland (born, @1819) Married, 24 (or 30) Aug 1838, to Isham Bowling, who died about 1859.........(10 Children) 1. Easom Bowling (born, @1838).


32 2. Elizabeth Bowling (born, @1840). 3. Thomas Bowling (born, @1842). 4. James Bowling (born, @1844). 5. William Bowling (born, @1846). 6. Bleven Bowling (born, @1849). 7. Leander Bowling (born, @1854). 8. Nancy Bowling (born, @1855). 9. Alexander Bowling (born, @1856). 10. Susan Bowling (born, @1858). ---------------------------------------------------------------2. James Garland (born, @1820) Married, 22 Oct 1842, to Elizabeth Bowling. ......................(9 Children) 1. John Garland (born, @1843). 2. Henry Garland (born, @1845). 3. Martha Garland (born, @1848). 4. Rachael Garland (born, @1850). 5. Solomon Garland (born, @1852). 6. Joseph Garland (born, @1854). 7. James Garland (born, @1856). 8. William Garland (born, @1859). 9. Susan Garland (born, @1863). ------------------------------------------------------------------3. Elizabeth Garland (born, @1824) Married, 12 Feb 1842 (mb), William Honsefer Robertson, (born in the middle 1820's) ......... (10 Children) -------------------------------According to census records Elizabeth was born in Tennessee to Solomon Garland and his first wife. However, by 1820 Solomon, her father, had already moved to Knox County, KY, and Elizabeth was not born until 1824 or 1826. The first wife from Tennessee would have been Elizabethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mother. After the death of her Mother Elizabeth may have lived with her grandparents, Susannah and John Garland. Again, quoting the census, a young girl of Elizabethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s age was present in their home long after Susannah would have been capable of having a child that age. Also the grandparents seem, by a court order, 05 September 1840, to have bought


33 Elizabeth’s clothes. This same order gave Elizabeth household items and live stock. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ [----193 05 Sep 1840 Clay County, Ky. John Garland, Sr., of Clay County gives and bequests to his grandaughter, Elizabeth Garland, one good bed, two good bed quilts, two good pillows, one good bedstd, six good sheep and one good cow and calf and all her wearing clothes - “This is my gift, wish and desire.” Wit: J. Hibbard, Solomon Garland Clerk: Samuel Ensworth for William Williams] ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ For more about Elizabeth Garland and her family after her marriage to William Honsefer Robertson see the ROBERTSON SECTION of this book. ================================= CHILDREN of Elizabeth and Honsefer ROBERTSON. ---------------------------------------------------------------1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Solomon Robertson (born, @1843). Sarah Robertson (born, @1847). Mary (Polly) Robertson (born, @1849). James Robertson (born, @1850). William Robertson (born, 06 Jul 1853.) Amanda E. Robertson (born, @1855). Nancy Robertson (born, @1857). Martha Magdalene Robertson (born, 30 Jan 1862). 9. Dianah Robertson (born, @1869). 10. Leonades Robertson (born, @1872). =======================================


34 SECOND FAMILY of SOLOMON GARLAND ---------------------------------------------------------------The next nine children of Solomon Garland were born between 1836 and 1850. The names of wives were not listed in the census before 1850. There is a record of a marriage in Knox County in 1827, of a Solomon Garland to Polly Garland, bondsman, Jacob Hopper. Could this have been our ancestor, SOLOMONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second marriage. ----------------------------4. William Garland (born, @1836) married, 26 Nov 1856 to Philadelphia Lucas daughter of Richard Lucas. 5. Joseph Garland (born, @1837). 6. Nancy Garland (born, @1840). 7. Percy Garland (born, @1841). 8. Marion Garland (born, @1843). 9. Franklin Garland (born, @1844). 10. Sarah Garland (born, @1846). 11. Patsy Garland (born, @1847). 12. Margaret Garland (born, @1850). =================================== THIRD family of SOLOMON GARLAND --------------------------------------------------------Solomon Garland married, 06 Jul 1853, Sally Bowling. This is figured as his third marriage They had three known children. ----------------------------Manuel Garland (born, @1854). Amanda Garland (born, @1856). Theresa Garland (born, @1859). ===================================


35 JOHN GARLAND and SUSANNAH NICHOLS ========================================= ========================================= (The following information was taken from letters written to the Pension Department by John and Susannah Garland concerning their Revolutionary War Pensions.) ========================================= John GARLAND was born about 1736/48, in Virginia or England. He died in Clay County, Kentucky, 17 September 1840, living, (according to the census) to be one hundred and four years of age. John volunteered to serve his Country in the American Revolutionary War. He was mustered into service as a private, 20 April 1776, in Halifax County, North Carolina. He served in the North Carolina Continential Line, in Capt. Pink Eaton's Company of the 3rd Regiment, commanded by Col. Sumter of the Brigade commanded by General Nash. Upon the completion of his term he was discharged, 10 November 1778, at Frederichborough in the state of Connecticut. John enlisted again for three more years in the Company commanded by Capt. John Colman, Regiment of Col. Patton. When he made application for pension he could not recall the brigade. He was already an old man in his eighties by that time. His discharges are not among his pension papers because he sent them to Col. Robertson when he first made his application and the file was lost. In all he spent five and one-half years in the army and engaged in many battles. He was wounded in the head in the battle of Brandywine and was severely wounded in the thigh at another time. He was also wounded in the battle of Germantown in Philadelphia. He fought in the battle of Monmouth Courthouse and several others. One


36 of the character references to his pension application stated that he had physical signs of having been wounded. After his discharge in Georgia he returned to North Carolina where he married Susannah NICHOLS, 08 August 1781, in Bute, now Warren County. Their marriage bond was signed by Alexander Nicholson. In one of her letters Susannah stated that their banns were read in church but that they were married by a justice of the peace. Susannah would have been twenty-two at the time of their marriage. She was born, 12 February 1759. In the fall of the year of their marriage (1781), they moved to Watauga in what is now Carter County, Tennessee, where John engaged in several Indian campaigns. Susannah mentions them in her letters to the Pension Department. They lived for several years in Tennessee. Their sixth child, Solomon, was born in Tennessee in 1793, as were the rest of their children. It was after the birth of their children, after 1800, that they moved to Knox County, Kentucky. According to a letter by John Garland when they made their move to Kentucky they located on Goose Creek in Knox County. This creek runs almost due west from Manchester to Laurel County. They probably did not change their location because many years later after John's death Susannah still lived on the border of Clay and Laurel Counties. Also according to this letter it was fifteen or sixteen miles to the Clay County Courthouse in Manchester. Susannah used a justice of the peace from Laurel County because he was closer. John Garland was granted an American Revolutionary War Pension of $96.00 per annum, to begin 24 December 1824. It continued until his death in 1840. After John's death, Susannah applied for a widow's pension about 1842. She was granted one for $80.00


37 per annum. There are several letters in the pension file requesting that her pension be raised to $96.00, the amount which John drew. Susaannah Nichols Garland lived to be over ninty-four years of age. I do not know her exact death date but one of her last letters dated, 23 April 1855, stated that she was ninty-five. She became very frail toward the end of her life and was unable to travel even a few miles. Her pension cases in court had to be handled by oaths sworn before a notary of the peace who went to her home. There are several letters in the file testifying to the good and truthful character of both John and Susannah. John and Susannah cut the pages of the births of their children from the family Bible and sent with John's application to the Pension Department to substantiate their marriage and the birth of their children. These pages did not photograph well as they were old and dark and very difficult to read. ======================================= Susannah and John Garlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children were listed at the beginning of this article.


STOKES FAMILY I

William T. STOKES --------------b. 1786 / 87 in Virginia d. bewteen 1850 / 60 (Census) in McDowell County, North Carolina Elizabeth Haynes STOKES b. 1826-29 w. Virginia m. 09 June 1843 (mb) w. McDowell County, NC d. 1905 w. Estill County, KY

Spouse: Berry Hensley Robertson

m. Wm Stokes married Nancy FORD, 24 Jul 1817 in Charlotte Co. VA They were first cousins. Nancy FORD -----------------------b. Virginia d. after the 1870 Census was taken. Nancy was living in home of son, John, in Rutherford Co. NC at that time.

Josiah STOKES b. no record d. @ 1830 in Williamson Co. TN Josiah married Mary HAYNES @ 1786 in Charlotte Co. VA John FORD b. no record John married Frances HAYNES 25 April 1791 in Charlotte County, VA. Frances died before 1798 in Charlotte. [Mary and Frances HAYNES were sisters.]


STOKES FAMILY II

Josiah STOKES -------------------b. no record d. @1830 in Williamson Co. TN [Josiah and Mary were married @ 1786 in Charlotte Co. VA. They moved to Williamson County, TN to live.] Mary HAYNES -------------------b. no record d. no record

David STOKES -------------------b. no record d. before 1784, Charlotte County, VA. David married Margaret DUPREE ---------------Lunenburg County, VA about 1765. John HAYNES b. no record d. @1798 in Charlotte Co. VA., leaving a will. John married PHEBE (last name not known)

Thomas DUPREE b. no record d. between 10 May 1784 and 09 Feb 1786 in Lunenburg Co. VA. Thomas married SUSANNAH --------------------The made their home in Lunenburg County, VA.


38 STOKES FAMILY ======================================= ---------------------------------------------------Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON purchased their marriage bond, 09 June 1843, in McDowell County, North Carolina. Elizabeth may not have always lived in North Carolina because according to the censuses she was born in Virginia in October 1828. She died, at about the age of seventy-seven, 1905, in Estill County, Kentucky, and is buried beside her husband in the Sparks Cemetery at Leighton, Kentucky. Elizabeth carries as a middle name, the name of her grandmother's family, HAYNES. =========================================== ANCESTORY OF ELIZABETH HAYNES STOKES -----------------------------------DAVID STOKES m. MARGARET DUPREE JOSIAH STOKES m. MARY HAYNES WILLIAM STOKES m. NANCY FORD ELIZABETH STOKES m. BERRY ROBERTSON =========================================== For the children and grandchildren of Elizabeth Stokes and Berry Robertson see the ROBERTSON Section. -----------------------------------======================================= WILLIAM STOKES -------------Elizabeth's father was William STOKES, born about 1787, in Virginia to Mary HAYNES and Josiah STOKES. William married his first cousin, Nancy FORD,


39 24 of July 1817, in Charlotte County, Virginia. Nancy was the daughter of Frances HAYNES and John FORD, who were married in Charlotte County, Virginia, 25 April 1791. William, taking his family, went with or followed his Father to Williamson County, Tennessee to live. After the death of his father, and having sold his interest in his inheritance from his father's estate, he moved his family back east to Rutherford County, North Carolina. They may have moved back to North Carolina to be near Nancy's father, John Ford. (Nancy's mother, Frances Haynes, married John Ford in Charlotte County, Virginia, 25 April 1791.) William appeared on the 1840 Rutherford County, N. C., Census. In 1850, he was in the McDowell County Census, residing in that portion that fell to McDowell County when it was created in 1842 from Rutherford and Burke Counties. He was listed in the census as a farmer but no record of a deed to land has been found for him. He died sometime between 1850 and 1860. In the 1860 Census, Nancy had in her household only her young son George (who was killed two years later in the Civil War). Nearby lived her son, John, with his family. In 1870 she was living with John and his family who were settled in Rutherford County in Camp Creek Twonship. None of this family bearing the Stokes name could be identified in North Carolina on the 1900 Census Soundex. Following are the Children of Nancy (Ford) Stokes and William Stokes ======================================= 1. Frances T. STOKES (born, @1818 - died, after 1880) Census gives her birth as Virginia.


40 She married William BATES. Their marriage bond was issued, 03 Jan 1837, in Rutherford County, N. C. Their known children follow: 1a. James J. Bates (b. @1845, N. C.) 1b. Sarah Bates (b. @1853, N. C.) 1c. Willie F. Bates (b. @1860, N. C.) 2. John H. P. STOKES (b. @1820, Tennessee.) A marriage bond was issued, 13 Feb 1843, to Jane DOWLE, Rutherford County, N. C. and John. He married the second time, Malinda KOONE, 25 Jan 1872. Jane Dowle and John H. P. Stokes known children were: 2a. Charles W. Stokes (b. @1844) 2b. Sarah L. Stokes (b. @1846) 2c. Nancy E. Stokes (b. @ 1850) 2d. Frances E. Stokes (b. @1851) Married, Peter Koone, 14 Mar 1875, Rutherford Co. 2e. James Harvey Stokes (b. @1855) Married in Rutherford County, 05 Dec 1878. James Stokes and Amy ADAMS, "of McDowell County, North Carolina." 3. Mary Ann STOKES (b. @1821) Marriage bond bond issued, 09 Jun 1843, to Mary Ann and Jessee ARROWOOD. This may have been a double wedding as Mary Ann's sister, Elizabeth's marriage bond, has the same date. A list of Mary Ann's known children follow: She used two obvious Stokes names: Josiah and German Y[oung] when naming her children. 3a. Josiah Arrowood (b. @1844) 3b. German Y. Arrowood (b. @1846) 3c. Eliza J. Arrowood (b. @1848) 4. Female child not identified. 5. Elizabeth Haynes Stokes (b. 1826/9 - gave Virginia as birth State in census in 1860 and 1880. The 1870 census taker, listed her as born in Kentucky--an obvious error) She died in 1905 in Estill County, Kentucky. Elizabeth and Berry ROBERTSON obtained their marriage bond, 09 June 1843, in McDowell County.


41 Berry was from Buncombe Co. N. C. Their ten children are listed below. ======================================= FOR MORE ABOUT EACH CHILD SEE THE ROBERTSON SECTION. ======================================= 5a. Sarah S. Robertson (b. 1846/7 N. C.). 5b. Martha Ann Robertson (b. 1850 N. C.). 5c. William David Robertson (b. 1852/4 N. C.). 5d. Franklin Patterson Robertson (b. 1858 KY). 5e. Emily Robertson (b. 1860 KY). 5f. Nancy Elizabeth Robertson (b. 1861 KY). 5g. Clara Robertson (b. 1863 KY - twin). 5h. Rachel Robertson (b. 1863 KY - twin). 5i. George Wesley Robertson (b. 1867/8 KY). 5j. James Daniel Robertson (b. 1869 KY). ====================================== 6. Susannah STOKES (b. @1829) Susannah and George W. ARROWOOD, were issued, 29 May 1850, a marriage bond in McDowell County. 7. Joana STOKES (b. @1833) Marriage bond, 11 Aug 1849, McDowell County, to marry Benjamin W. ARROWOOD. 8. George W. STOKES (b. @1839) George enlisted as a Confederate Army soldier in the Civil War 08 May 1861, with "McDowell Rifles" which became Co. B, 22nd Reg't NC Troops. He died, 31 May 1862, in the battle at Seven Pines, VA. 9. Nancy J. STOKES (b. @1839) Marriage bond issued, about, 01 Nov 1859, McDowell County, N. C. to Nancy Stokes and William ADAIR. ======================================= JOSIAH STOKES (Father of William Stokes of ------------McDowell County, N. C.) ------------------------------------------------------------Josiah STOKES was the son of David and Margaret DUPREE STOKES. He married Mary HAYNES in Charlotte County, VA, about 1786. Mary HAYNES


42 was the daughter of Phebe and John HAYNES of Charlotte County. Josiah and Mary Haynes Stokes moved to Williamson County, Tennessee, where he died about 1830. CHILDREN of Mary (Haynes) and Josiah Stokes ======================================= 1. John H. Stokes, who married the second time Peggy TATUM and lived in Williamson County, Tennessee. 2. William Stokes (b. @1787 in Charlotte Co. VA) married, 24 July 1817, his first cousin Nancy FORD, in Charlotte. William died between 1850/60. He and Nancy had nine children. [See William Stokes above.] 3. Elizabeth Stokes, married John REDMOND or (Redman). They lived in Williamson County, Tennessee. 4. Philadelphia Stokes, married Benjamin TATUM in Williamson County. 5. Lucinda Stokes, married William T. HAYNES in Williamson County. 6. Young Stokes, married Elizabeth GREGORY, also in Williamson County, Tennessee. ======================================= DAVID STOKES (Father of Josiah Stokes and grandfather of William Stokes our ancestor) David STOKES married Margaret DUPREE in Lunenburg County, Virginia, probably about 1765. He died in Charlotte County, Virginia before 1784. Children of Margaret (Dupree) and David Stokes. ======================================= 1. Bartlett Stokes. 2. William Stokes. 3. Josiah Stokes, married, @1786, in Charlotte


43 County, Virginia to Mary HAYNES, daughter of John Haynes. They moved to Williamson County, Tennessee to live. 4. Young Stokes, probably unmarried. Died in Rutherford County, Tennessee. 5. Thomas Stokes, married Polly WADE. 6. Henry Stokes. 7. Elizabeth Stokes, married Joshua ZACHRY in Lunenburg County, Virginia. ======================================= THOMAS DUPREE ------------------------Thomas DUPREE and his wife, Susannah, were the parents of Margaret DUPREE, wife of David Stokes. They lived in Lunenburg County, Virginia, where he died sometime between 10 May 1784 and 09 Feb 1786. Children of Susannah and Thomas DUPREE. ======================================= 1. Margaret Dupree, married David STOKES. 2. Lewis Dupree. 3. Joseph Dupree. 4. Elizabeth Dupree, married Thomas WHITLOCK. 5. Mary Dupree, married William BRIZENDINE. ======================================= JOHN HAYNES --------------------

(Father of Mary and Frances HAYNES)

John HAYNES lived in Charlotte County, Virginia, where he died about 1798. His wife's name was PHOEBE (last name not known). We know that Mary and Frances HAYNES were the children of John HAYNES because he names them in his will. A copy of his will follows.


44 Children of Phoebe and John HAYNES. ======================================= 1. Mary Haynes Married, about 1786, Josiah STOKES in Charlotte County, Virginia. They moved to Williamson County, Tennessee, to live where he died about 1830. 2. Philadelphia Haynes, never married. Died in Rutherford County, Tennessee. 3. George Haynes Married Sarah GREGORY. 4. Phoebe Haynes Married a HALEY. 5. Frances Haynes Married, 25 April 1791 (mb), John FORD in Charlotte County. She died before 1798 in Charlotte County, Virginia. 6. Jane Haynes Married a HUGHES. ======================================= WILL of JOHN HAYNES of Charlotte, Virginia In the name of God, Amen. I, John Haynes, of the County of Charlotte and the State of Virginia being of sound mind and memory do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say:-- I give to my beloved wife, Phoebe Haynes, during her widowhood and natural life the following property, viz., the tract of land whereon I now live, four negroes, Calm, Alo Sally, Betty and Mace, two feather beds, bedsteads and, --furniture. Two cows and two calves, three sheep, eight hogs (of which she shall have her choice) and one grey horse, Jack. My will and desire is that in case my beloved wife, Phoebe Haynes, should marry or whenever she dies, that the whole of the estate and home be by my executors (hereafter named) sold in such manner as to them seem most profitableto obtainthe value and the money arising from such sale divided into six parts;


45 one six part of which I give to my three grandchildren namely, viz. --George Ford, Nancy Ford and Kesiah Ford, to be equally divided among them. I give to my four grandchildren namely, Edward Haley,Woodson Haley, Polly Haley and William Haley, one sixth part to be equally divided among them. The reidue--of which I give to my four children, namely, George Haynes, Philadelphia Haynes, Polly Stokes and Jane Hughes, to be equally divided among them. I give to my daughter Philadelphia Haynes all the property I have heretofore possessed her with. I also give her one negro, Nett, with all her future increases. I lend to my daughter, Jane Hughes, the tract of land whereon she now lives, lying in the County of Mecklenburg and after her decease I give it to her four children, namely, Nancy, Elizabeth Polly and Henry, to be equally divided among them. I give to my son, George Haynes, all the property I have heretofore possessed him with. I give to my daughter, Polly Stokes, all the property I have heretofore possessed her with, also one negro, young Sally, and all her future increases. My wish and desire is that my two negroes, Tom and Billy, be by my executors (hereafter named) sold in such manner as to them may seem most profitable to obtain their value, and the money arising from the sale of them I give to my four grandchildren, namely; Edward Haley, Woodson Haley, Polly Haley, and William Haley, to be equally divided among them and the money realized from the sale of Betty I give to my three grandchildren namely; George Ford, Nancy Ford and Kesiah Ford to be equally divided among them. I order and direct that the remainder of my estate both real and personal of every nature and kind whatever not known before or particularly disposed of be by my executors (hereafter names) sold in such manner as to them may


46 seem most profitable to obtain the value and out of the money arising from such sale, all my just debts to be first paid and the residue of which be divided among my children and grandchildren in the following manner, viz., one sixth part I give to my grandchildren named, George Ford, Nancy Ford and Kesiah Ford to be equally divided among them: one sixth I give to be equally divided among my four grandchildren namely, Edward Haley, Woodson Haley, Polly Haley and William Haley. The remainder I give to my four grandchildren, namely, George Haynes, Polly Stokes, Jane Hughes and Philadelphia Haynes , to be equally divided among them. Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my friends, John G. Bacon and Hillory Goode, my executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and afixed my seal this 20th day of October, one thousand, eight hundred and fourteen (1814). John Haynes, SS. Signed, sealed and delivered by the testor to be his last will and testament in the presence of, Daniel Petty, Harrison Ashworth and Jonathan Ashworth. At a court held for Charlotte County the 1st day of April 1816. This last will and testament of John Haynes, dec, was presented in Court and the same was proved by the oath of Daniel Petty, Harrison Ashworth and Jonathan Ashworth. The three subscribing witnesses to be acknowledged by the said John Haynes as his last will and testament in their presence and


47 ordered to be recorded and John G. Bacon, one of the executors named in the will renounced here in court the execution of the said will. Teste, Thomas Read, Cl. At a court held for Charlotte County the 8th day of May 1816. On the motion of Frances Barnes who made oath according to law certification is granted him for obtaining letters of administration of the estate of John Haynes, dec., with the will annexed, he giving security, whereupon he with Allen Gellaine his security entered into and acknowledged their bond according to law for that paper. The widow having first relinquished her right to the administration of the estate. Teste, Thomas Read, Cl. Truly recorded, Thomas Read, Cl.


ASSOCIATE FAMILIES INDEX


DUNCANS

FOWLERS (continued)

ARVIN, Nathaniel 2 BAKER, Nancy Clark 1 DUNCAN, Jael 2 Rawley 2 William 2 William, Rev. 1, 2 HALDANE, Sarah/Susan 2 McMURDE, Margaret 1, 2 MURPHY, Edly 2 Elizabeth 2 PETERS, Elizabeth 2 RAWLEY, Matthew 1 Ruth 1, 2 ROBERTS, Mary 2 STALLARD, Dulcina 3 Jael 2, 3 Frankie 3 Gladyse Julian 1 James 3 Margaret Russell 1 Mary (Polly) 2 Rawley 3 Ruth 3 Samuel 2, 3 Sarah 3 Walter 3 WOLFE, A. J. 3

FLYNN, Jane Fowler 7 Levi 6, 7 FOWLER, Drucilla 6, 8 Isaac 4 James 6 Jane 5 Jemima 4, 6 Jeremiah 4, 5, 8 John 6, 8 Jonathan 4, 5 Joseph 4, 5, 6 Mary (Polly) 5 Matthew 4 Minty 6, 8 Nancy 6 Patience 6, 8 Richard 4 Sarah 4 Thomas 4 HENDRICKS, James 5 HILL, Elizabeth 5, 6 Humphrey 5 IAMS (Ijams) Susanna 4 ISAAC, Drucilla 4 LYNCH, Perdilla 6 PARK, Ebennezer 8 SAPPINGTON, John 4 SCRIVNER, Joseph 8 SPARKS, Mary 5 STAMPER, Haynes Miller 5 SUMMERS, Ann 4 THORNTON, Nancy 7 WELLS, John 8 WILLIAMS, Aletha 6

FOWLERS ARVIN, Jameson 7 Thomas Green 6, 7 BERRY, James 5 BLACK, Gloria Fowler 4 CANTOR, Thomas 5 COX, Charles 8 CREWS, James 6


FULLILOVE

FULLILOVE (continued)

ARVIN, Jameson 9, 10 John 9, 10 Sarah Wade 10 William 9, 10 BATES, Elizabeth 10 Susanna 10 CLARK, Jesse 10 CROUSHER, Jesse 11 DACUS, Mary Fullilove Arvin 9 DAVIS, Allen 11 Ambrose 11 Elizabeth 11 Henry B. 11 Henry, Jr. 11 Judah 11 Martha 11 Martin 11 Nancy 9 Polly 11 Sally Barnes 11 William 11 FULLILOVE, Anthony 9 Anthony, Jr. 9, 10 Betsy 10 Elizabeth 11 Fanny 11 James 10 John 10 Larkin 10, 11 Mary 9, 10 Mary Frances 11 Nancy 9 Nancy Ann 11 Oraner 10 Sarah 11 Sara Wade 10 Susanna 10 William 9, 10, 11

MILICAN, John 11 MIZE, William 11 OXFORD, Sarah 10 POTTER, Benjamin 10 TATOM, Crafton 10 Rebecca 11 THAXTON Nancy 10 William 11 WADE, Robert 10 WELLS, Robert 10 WILLERFORD, John 11 HILLS ALEXANDER, Ben 12, 14 James 13 Mary 13 ALTICE, Harrison 14 BLACKWELL, James 15 HILL, Elizabeth 13, 14 Greenberry 13 Harrison 14 Humphrey 12 Humphrey, Jr. 12, 13 Humphrey III 13 James 14, 15 Jane 14 Joseph 13 Louiza 15 Lucinda 14 Martha 14 Mary 14 Nancy 14 Paulina 14 Sally 15 Sarah 14 William 13


HILLS (continued)

PETERS (continued)

FOWLER, John 12 Joseph 12 GRAVES, John L. 14 JONES, Humphrey 14 LAKES, Margaret 13 LYNCH, James 15 McWILLIAMS, William H. H. 14 John 14 Lemell 15 MARTIN, Mastin 14 MOODY, William 14 PARK, Eli 15 Rebecca 15 PINKSTON, Allen 14 POTTER, Mary 13 RADICAN Sarah 13 RIDDELL, William 14 SCRIVNER, Joseph 12 STALDING, Eliza 14 TURNER, Martha 14 WARREN, Mary Ann 14 WELLS, John 12, 14 Robert 12

ARVIN (continued) James 21 Jonas 21, 24 Louisa T. 21 Mary B. 24 Mary Jane 21 Melissa Ann 21 Mattie Alice 21 Nancy E. 21 Nancy M. 24 Nathaniel Green 21 Nathaniel Thornton 16, 20, 21, 24 Robert Christopher 21 Susan Emeline 21 Thomas Franklin 24 BLEVINS, Eli 20 Hargis 20 BOWMAN, Malinda 17 CENTERS, Fred 20 John T. 20 Nellie 20 Nettie 20 COLE, Barbara 22 Erin 24 William 22 CROW, Jonah Jesse 21 EDWARDS, Alpha 22 Millard Seth 21 FARTHING, Nancy 19 FIELDS, Laura Frances 18 Hiram K. 18 Jonas 18 Martha 18 Melissa E. 18 Mary Catherine Peters 17, 20 Nancy E. 18 Polly Ann 18

PETERS ALCORN, Charles 19 Gracie 19 Hanna M. 20 Hester 19 Hume 19 Sarah Ann 24 William 19 ARVIN, Aaron M. 24 Edith Margaret 21 Fannie B. 21 George W. 21


PETERS (continued)

PETERS (continued)

FIELDS (continued) Rebecca E. 18 Sara Jane 18 Zachariah 17 FOX, Allen 21 Tabitha Jane 21 HARRIS, Sarah 21 HUGHES, James 23 HUNT, Della 23 Elizabeth 19 George 22 Harlan 22 Hattie 23 Herbert 23 Robert 23 William 19 William Patton 23 JAMIESON, Irvine 21 Rhoda 19 JOHNSON, Margaret Jeanette 18 Rome 24 Sarah A. 23 KING, James D. 21 LAND, Lucretia Jane 22 MURPHY, Elizabeth 17, 18, 20 22, 24 NOLAND, Berry 19 Fred 19 Humphrey 19 Nettie 19 Nora 19 PETERS, Alex Thornton 22 Alice 16, 17, 24 Bessie 22 Cecil B. 22 Charles 23 Clara Bell 18 Earla 22 Elizabeth 16, 17, 20, 21

PETERS (continued) Elizabeth Murphy 16 Ethel 22 Finley 22 Flossie May 19 Hallie B. 19 Hezekia 17, 23 Hiram 17 Hiram Louis 19 Hiram K. 18 Jacob 17, 23 Jacob, Jr. 16 Jacob, Sr. 16 James Marvin 16 Joannah 23 Jonas 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 24 Laura Alice 23 Leonard 22 Lillie 22 Lily May 22 Margaret Jane 18, 22 Martha 17, 23 Mary Catherine 17, 19, 23 Matilda 23 Mattie 20 Minnie 20 Milicent (Melissa) 17, 20 Myrtle E. 23 Nancy J. 17, 24 Nanie Kate 19 Nannie Green 23 Rebecca Ann 19 Robert A. 17, 22 Sarah Frances 22 Susan F. 22 Thomas Jefferson 19 Vernon 22 Willie A. 19 William P. 22


PETERS (continued)

STALLARDS (continued)

PACE, Arthur 19 Leander 19 REECE, Pauline 22 RICHARDSON, Marshall 21 ROBERTSON, Berry 24 Franklin Patterson 21 Mary Susan 19 , 21 Sarah 24 ROGERS, Commodore 22 STEP, Ada 21 TIPTON, Sarah 22 Sena 23 WOODS, Matilda 22

MURPHY, Edley 25, 27, 28 Elizabeth 28 Hugh 28 Judith 28 Malissa 28 Mary 28 Robert 28 Stephen 28 William 28 PETERS, Elizabeth 25, 27, Jacob, Jr. 28 Jonas 28 PITTS, Hannah 26 Susannah 26 SCHUMATE, Taliaferro 26 SCOTT, James 26 STALLARD, David 26 Dulcina 27 Elizabeth 26 Fanny 26 Frankie 27 Gladys Julian 25 Grace 26 James 27 John 26 Margaret Russel 25 Mary 25, 27, 28 Mary Ann 26 Peggy 26 Rachel 26 Randolph 26 Rawley 27 Roger 25 Ruth 27 Samuel 25, 26, 27 Sarah 25, 27 Walter 25, 27 Walter, Jr. 26 Walter II 26

STALLARDS ACRE, Mr. 26 ADDINGTON, William 27 ARVIN, Nathaniel Thornton 25 BAKER, Nancy Clark 25 BAYSE, Nancy Taylor 26 BEVINS, Mary 27 BULLITT, Mary 26 CARTER, Elizabeth 27 CAVENDER, Mr. 26 CLORE, Mr. 26 DUNCAN, Jael 26, 27 ESTEP, Samuel, Sr. 28 GREEN, James 27 HACKER, Catherine 28 HODGES, Winifred 25 HUTCHINSON, Mary E. 27 KITCHEN, William 27 LUTTRELL, Richard 26 McCLANAHAN, Elvira 26 McCLURE, Sarah 27 McDUFFE, Katherine 27


STALLARD (continued)

STOKES (continued)

WATSON, James 27 WHITTENBERG, Sarah 27 WILLIAMS, Elizabeth 26

GELLAINE, Allen 38 GREGORY, Elizabeth 33 Sarah 35 GOODE, 37 HALEY, --- 35 Edward 36, 37 Polly 36, 37 Woodson 36, 37 William 36, 37 HAYNES, Frances 30, 35 George 35, 36, 37 Jane 35, John 33, 35, 36, 38 Mary 29, 33, 34, 35 Philadelphia 35, 36, 37 Phoebe 33, 35, 36 William T. 33 HUGHES, --- 35 Jane 36, 37 KOONE, Malinda 31 REDMON, John 33 PETTY, Daniel 38 READ, Thomas 38 ROBERTSON, Berry 29, 32 Clara 32 Emily 32 Franklin Patterson 32 George Wesley 32 James Daniel 32 Nancy Elizabeth 32 Martha Ann 32 Rachel 32 Sarah S. 32 William David 32

STOKES ADAIR, William 32 ADAMS, Amy 31 ARROWOOD, Benjamin W. 32 Elizabeth J. 31 Jesse 31 George W. 32 German Y. 31 Josiah 31 ASHWORTH, Harrison 38 Jonathan 38 BACON, John G. 37 BARNES, Francis 38 BATES, James J. 31 Sarah 31 Willie 31 William 31 BRIZENDINE, William 34 DOWLE, Jane 31 DUPREE, Elizabeth 34 Joseph 34 Lewis 34 Margaret 29, 33, 34 Mary 34 Susannah 34 Thomas 34 FORD, George 36, 37 John 30, 35 Kesiah 36, 37 Nancy 29, 33, 36, 37


STOKES (continued)

GARLANDS

STOKES, Bartlett 34 Charles W. 31 David 29, 33, 34 Elizabeth 29, 33, 34 Elizabeth Haynes 29, 32, 36 Frances E. 31 Frances T. 31 George 30, 37 George W. 32 Henry 34, 36 James Harvey 31 Joana 32 John 30 John H. 33 John H. P. 31 Josiah 29, 33, 34, 35 Lucinda 33 Mary Ann 31 Nancy Stokes 30, 31, 36 Nancy E. 31 Nancy J. 32 Philadelphia 33 Polly 36, 37 Sarah L. 31 Susannah 32 Thomas 34 Woodson 37 WHITLOCK, Thomas, 34 William 29, 30, 31, 33, 34 Young 33, 34 TATUM, Benjamin 33 Peggy 33 WADE, Polly 34 ZACHRY, Joshua 34

BOWLING, Alexander 41 Bleven 41 Easom 40 Elizabeth 40, 41 Henry 41 Isham 40 James 41 Joseph 41 John 41 Leander 41 Martha 41 Rachel 41 Nancy 41 Sally 43 Sarah 40 Susan 41 Thomas 41 William 41 COLMAN, Capt. John 44 ENSWORTH, Samuel 42 GARLAND, Amanda 43 Elizabeth 40, 41 Franklin 43 John 39, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46 Joseph 39, 43 Lovennia 40 Lucy 39 Manuel 43 Margaret 43 Marion 43 Martha 40 Mary 39, 40 Patsy 43 Percy 43


GARLANDS (continued) GARLAND (continued) Polly 40, 43 Sarah 39, 43 Solomon 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 Susannah 40, 41, 46 Theresa 43 William 43 HAUN, Margaret 39 HIBBARD, J. 42 NASH, General 44 NICHOLS, Susannah 39, 45 William Jacob 39 NICHOLSON, Alexander 45 OFFILL (Offield), James 39 ROBERTSON, Col. 44 ROBERTSON, Amanda 42 Dianah 42 James 42 Leonades 42 William Honsefer 41, 42 Martha Magdalene 42 Mary (Polly) 42 Nancy 42 Sarah 42 Solomon 42 SUMTER, Col. 44


S E C T I O N 111 CONTENTS of ROBERTSON BOOK ======================================================== Introduction to Robertsons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Valentine Robertson from England . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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David Robertson from North Carolina and his descendants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Berry Hensley Robertson of Estill County and his descendants . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Honsefer Robertson of Clay and Jackson Counties and descendants . . . . . . . . . 86 Franklin Patterson Robertson of Estill County and his descendants . . . . . . . . . . 20 Julius Robertson Clay County, KY., and his Family . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 ============================================================


1 EARLY ROBERTSON ANCESTORS ======================================= The ROBERTSONS in our line were first found in North Carolina in the 1700's. Valentine Robertson was first located in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Later, when Buncombe County was formed from Rutherford, he bought land and reared his family in Buncombe County. He was registered as a British alien during the War of 1812. In the book, "BRITISH ALIENS in the UNITED STATES DURING the WAR of 1812", compiled by Kenneth Scott, VALENTINE ROBERTSON was registered as a British alien. His statement to the Marshal of the State of Tennessee is proof of the following six facts concerning him. 1. Valentine came to America in 1781. 2. He stated in September of 1812 that he was 57 years old. [He would have been born about 1755.] 3. He taught school in Cocke County, Tennessee, in 1812. 4. He had a wife and nine children in 1812. 5. He was listed as a British alien in September of 1812. 6. He came from England. ---------------------------------------------7. Valentine's home base was Buncombe County, North Carolina. 8. In 1790 he was listed in the Census of Rutherford County, N. C. 9. In 1800, 1810 and 1820, he was listed in the Buncombe County Censuses, of N. C. 10. He received land grants in Buncombie County, N. C., in 1800 and 1803. ======================================= None of the above facts prove that VALENTINE was our first ancestor to come to America. My claim


2 to him as an ancestor originates with the word of my grandfather, FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON. ........................................................................................ Grandpa Franklinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children said that he told them that VALENTINE ROBERTSON was the first in our line of ROBERTSONS to come to America, and that this information had been given to him by his father, BERRY ROBERTSON. Berry also told him that because Valentine spoke both Gaelic and English he acted as interpreter between the Gaelic passengers and the English crew on the ship in which he came to America. ======================================= Also, from his statement to the Marshal of Tennessee in 1812, I'm sure that Valentine had at least nine children. I find no positive proof of the names of his children. ======================================= I wanted to write this first part concerning the first two generations of Robertsons (VALENTINE and his CHILDREN) in this manner so that when you read the history of the Robertsons as written you may know that there is room for doubt concerning the first generation. But from the time of our great, great grandfather, DAVID ROBERTSON and our great grandfathers, his children, of whom WE HAVE PROOF there is no doubt.


3 **** VALENTINE ROBERTSON **** ========================================= Franklin Patterson Robertson, a son of Berry Robertson and great grandson of VALENTINE ROBERTSON told his children that Valentine was the first Robertson in our line to come to America. Also that Valentine acted as interpreter between the Gaelic speaking passengers and the English crew on the ship in which he came to America. The first record which I found of VALENTINE ROBERTSON was in the 1790 census of Rutherford County, North Carolina. In that census he had two sons and one daughter. ---------------------------------------------------------------In the 1800 Buncombe County, North Carolina Census, Page 187, Valentine had the following family: (Buncombe County was taken from Burke and Rutherford Counties in 1791) Valentine was over 45 years of age in 1800. He had: 3 sons under 10 1 son between 10 and 16 2 daughters under 10 1 daughter between 10 and 16 His wife was between 26 and 45 years. -------------------------------------------------------------In the 1810 Buncombe County, N. C., Census, Page 91. Valentine was 45 plus 2 sons under 10 1 son between 10 and 16 2 daughters under 10. Wife between 26 and 45


4 In the 1820 Buncombe Census, Page 98, he had NO children at home. He and his wife were both forty-five plus years. ---------------------------------------------------------In the 1830 Buncombe Census, Valentine was not listed. [By the year 1830 he would have been in his seventies. He and his wife probably died sometime between 1820 and 1830.] ======================================= As listed in the book, BRITISH ALIENS ............. IN THE WAR OF 1812, VALENTINE ROBINSON IS LISTED AS A BRITISH ALIEN. HE WAS LIVING IN COCKE COUNTY, TN., AGE 57, 31 YEARS IN THE U. S., FROM ENGLAND, WIFE AND NINE CHILDREN, SCHOOLMASTER. (8-15 Sept. 1812) [Report submitted by Charles Porter, Marshal of Tennessee.] ======================================= This listing places VALENTINE in Cocke County, Tennessee, but as is evident from the censuses listings above he lived in Buncombe County, N. C. I believe there may be an explanation for the report listed above, submitted by Charles Porter, Marshall of East Tennessee. VALENTINE was a school teacher and during the period of which we are talking, teachers sometimes went to other communities and lived during the months in which school was taught in that community. When the school term ended there, Valentine would go home to Buncombe County. That's why he was always in the Buncombe County censuses. Usually the census was taken in the spring and summer months and schools were held in fall and early winter months. Therefore Valentine would in all probabilities have been home when the census was taken. =======================================


5 There were several other families by the name of Robertson (Robinson) living in Buncombe County, North Carolina in the early part of the eighteen hundreds who were about the same age as Valentines. Julius who died between 1800 and 1810, and left a widow named Sarah; Samuel who was between 26 and 45 years of age and disappeared from the Buncombe County rolls after 1800; Charles who was between 26 and 45; and Priscilla, also between 26 and 45. Part of these and most of the younger Robertsons showed up in the 1840 Census of Clay County, Kentucky. In 1840 Clay County Kentucky Census from the Buncombe area, were: Julius Robinson, between 30 and 40 years of age; Charles Robinson, Sr., between 50 and 60; Charles Robinson, Jr., between 20 and 30; William Robertson, between between 30 and 40; another Charles Robertson, Jr., between 20 and 30; David Robertson, between 40 and 50; Nancy Robertson, between 30 and 40; William Robinson, between 50 and 60; and Russell Robinson, between 20 and 30. ................................................. WE KNOW WHERE VALENTINE ROBERTSON LIVED, HOW MANY CHILDREN HE HAD, AND WHAT HE DID FOR A LIVING, HOWEVER THIS LEAVES MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS. ................................................. Who was his wife? What was her name? Did he bring his wife with him to America or did he find a wife after he came? What were the names of his children? It is my belief that the DAVID ROBERTSON who moved his family from Buncombe County to Clay County, Kentucky, about 1835, was one of Valentine's sons. Family legend indicates that


6 Julius Robertson (who married Margaret Holcombe) may have been another son of Valentine. Julius moved his family to Clay County, Kentucky, from Buncombe County, North Carolina in the 1840's. VALENTINE received at least 300 acres in land grants in North Carolina in the years 1800 and 1803. Then the next year, 1804, he sold 200 acres to Russil Twitty. [It is my guess that he kept 100 acres for a homeplace.] All of these grants bordered on Hoopers Creek in Buncombe County. At that time Buncombe County was larger than it is today. Hoopers Creek is now in Henderson County which was taken from Buncombe in 1838. This probably means that his land was in the southeastern part of Buncombe County before that area became Henderson County. There is no record that Valentine ever came to Kentucky as did many of the Buncombe County Robertsons. ======================================= Following is DAVID ROBERTSON and his family. Was David Valentineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s son? Read on.


7 CENSUS OF DAVID ROBERTSON AND FAMILY ======================================= 1820 Census Buncombe Co. NC 1830 Census of Buncombe Co. ------------------------------------------------------------------1 male between 16-26 1 male between 30-40 3 males under---10 3 males between 5-10 1 female between 16-25 2 males under--- 5 1 female under---10 1 female between 30-40 -------------------------------------------------------------------1840 CLAY COUNTY, KY DAVID Robertson 40-50 [The first year that One male (Berry) 15-20 children were named in Two males (Honsefer 10-15 the census was 1850. and Elijah) Listed opposite are the Two males (William 5-10 names of the males in and James) parenthesis in 1840.] One female 30-40 [I simply cannot account One female 15-20 for all the females in Three females 5-10 this 1840 census.] Two females under--- 5 -----------------------------------------------------------------1850 OWSLEY CO. KY. DAVID Robertson 50 NC [The following males were NANCY (Carter) 45 NC not in the census of 1850 William 22 NC because they had married Susan (wife of Wm) 22 NC and were head of own James 18 NC household.] Polly 12 KY Honsefer--m. 10 Feb 1842. Minerva 10 KY Berry-----m. 09 Jun 1843. Elizabeth 8 KY Elijah----m. not proved. Henry 6 KY Drucilla 4 KY----Died, 25 Oct 1852. -------------------------------------------------------------------1860 JACKSON CO. Census #374 DAVID Robertson 65 NC NANCY 60 NC Manervy 20 KY Elizabeth 17 KY Henry 16 KY NANCY (Carter) Robertson was living in the home of her daughter Mary Spivey when the 1870 census was taken.


8 **** DAVID ROBERTSON **** ======================================= A. DAVID ROBERTSON was born between 1795 and 1800 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. According to Eddie L. Robinson of Lexington, Kentucky, he died, 19 July 186(3?) at his home in Green Hall, Jackson County, Kentucky. When his farm was sold in 1866 the signatures of both David and his wife, Nancy, were on the deed. [However, David may have been dead before his farm sold. The records in Jackson County have been reworked and it is difficult to tell whether the signatures on the deed were signed by David or were signed by the person who messed up the records. Jackson County had a number of people who did not understand real estate transactions reworking their books as part of a government project during the depression. Some of them did not know a grantor from a grantee.] David was married twice. First to an Indian girl in North Carolina. Her name is not known. The Indian girl is our ancestor. It is family legend that she was a full Cherokee Indian. She and David had at least five boys and one girl. They were named: Honsefer, Berry, Elijah, William and James. I am not sure about the name of the daughter. There is some irregularity in the ages of birth which means that there could have been other children who did not live. The Indian Mother of these children died about, 1833 or 1834 in North Carolina. David moved his family from Buncombe County to Clay County, Kentucky about the year 1835. At the time of this move he had five boys. These were the children of his Indian wife. David was married the second time about 1835 to NANCY CARTER who accompanied him on the move to


9 Kentucky. Nancy and David had five children, all born in Kentucky. His older boys, those with the Indian Mother, soon married and left home. David bought land in what was then Clay County in Kentucky on Wild Dog Creek. A short time later this land was located in Owsley County when Owsley was formed in 1843 from Clay, Estill and Breathitt Counties. Then in 1858, Jackson County was formed and again the property changed counties as it was in that part of Owsley county which became a part of Jackson. The family lived there until David died and the farm was sold to William R. Bryant in 1866.

DAVID ROBERTSON'S LAND Following is the legal for the farm sold in 1866. [Parts of it I could not read.] -------------------------This indenture made this 2nd day of December 1866 by David Robertson and Nancy, his wife, of the County of Jackson and the State of Kentucky. David Robertson, the party of the first part sold to William R. Bryant, the party of the second part, in consideration of the sum of Three Hundred Dollars in hand paid, the receipt which is hereby acknowledged, a certain track of land in the County of Jackson and State aforesaid on the Waters of Wild Dog Creek, beginning and bounded as follows: [beginning at a Black Gum and White Oak Tree in the line of Charles Spivey, patent to this tract of land, thence (S27'W-20 poles) to a White Oak, thence (E28'36-poles) to a Spotted Oak, thence (S39'W-44 Poles) to a White Oak and ----------------------(two unreadable lines)----------------------between David Robertson and James Spivey, thence (man's name) line northwesterly to a (Wormwood?) Tree thence westward to the fencing and with the crop fence line of said Spivey, thence with the (River?)


10 (S27'E--poles to the beginning, containing 140 acres more or less.] Recorded, 21 Day of February 1867 by the Clerk of Jackson County. ***********

David and Nancy reared their family on the farm on Wild Dog Creek. Nancy did not die until after 1870. She was living with her daughter, Mary, wife of Julius Spivey, when the 1870 census was made. Both David and Nancy are probably buried in a cemetery on which they created when their young daughter, Drucilla, died. This cemetery was on their farm where they had lived for so many years. As stated before David was married twice and had two sets of children. Following are his children. Ages are estimates from 1850 census. ======================================= By his Indian Wife By Nancy Carter ------------------------------------------------Berry, b. @1824 Polly, b. @1838 Honsefer, b. @1825 Minerva, b. @1840 Elijah, b. @1827 Elizabeth, b. @1842 William, b. @1828 Henry, b. @1844 Susan, b. 1826/9 Drucilla, b. @1846 James A., b. 17 Feb 1833 =========================================

DAVID'S ANCESTRY ---------------Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s talk about David's ancestry before we give a profile of each of his children.


11 You have already read about VALENTINE ROBERTSON, who is believe to be the Father of David. Also you may remember reading, this belief is fostered on the family legend as told to my grandfather, Franklin Robertson, by his father, Berry Robertson. This belief, or legend, is that VALENTINE was the first in our ROBERTSON LINE to come to America and that he, Valentine, acted as interpreter on the ship between the Gaelic speaking passengers and the English crew. There are some who do not agree with me. EDDIE L. ROBINSON of Lexington, Kentucky, is one. He is a descendant of David Robertson's son, James A. Robertson. It is his consensus that David was the son of William Robertson who was married to Catherine. William was born in Buncombe County about 1779 and died in Clay County after 1870. He and Catherine are buried in Clay County. According to the findings of Eddie Robinson, William would have been the son of Sarah Shelton and Julius Robertson. Julius was born before 1755 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died about 1807 in Buncombe County, N. C. Sarah was born before 1755 in Amelia County, Virginia, and died after 1810 in Buncombe County. They were buried in Buncombe County. ===================================== Also, since writing about the Robertsons, I have heard from Kenneth C. Wilde of San Bernardino, California. He believes that David Robertson was the son of Edward Robertson and Nancy Runnion. [Here's hoping that someone finds a record which will tell us which way to go with David's ancestry soon.] ====================================


12 ===================================== FOLLOWING are the CHILDREN of DAVID ROBERTSON ==================================== A-1 Berry Hensley Robertson, who married Elizabeth Stokes, 09 Jun 1843. A-2 Honsefer Robertson, who married Elizabeth Garland, 10 Feb 1842. A-3 Elijah Robertson, marriage not proved. A-4 William Robertson, who married Susan Spivey. A-5 Susan Robertson, who died in 1834. A-6 James A. Robertson, who married Margaret Hughes, 29 Dec 1857. A-7 Mary (Polly) Robertson, who married Julius Spivey. A-8 Manerva Robertson, who married Jeremiah "Jerry" M. Fowler, @1862. A-9 Elizabeth Robertson, who married George Rader. A-10 Henry Robertson, marriage not known. A-11 Drucilla Robertson, who died, 25 Oct 1852, at about the age of six. Drucilla was buried on the family farm on Wild Dog Creek. Her death and burial established a cemetery on the farm where many of the Robertson family are now buried. The area is now known as Green Hall. It is a small community, located on Route #30 in Jackson County, Kentucky. ======================================= Following is a profile of each of David Robertsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children and the names of known grandchildren.


13 ELIZABETH HAYNES STOKES and BERRY HENSLEY ROBERTSON ========================================= A-1 BERRY HENSLEY ROBERTSON, believed to be the oldest son of David Robertson and his Indian wife, was born @1824 or 1826 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. He died after 1880, and was buried in the Sparks Cemetery, Leighton, Kentucky. Berry married ELIZABETH HAYNES STOKES, (born between 1826 and 1829 in Virginia. She died in 1905, and was buried beside Berry at Leighton) Elizabeth was the daughter of NANCY (FORD) and WILLIAM STOKES, of Virginia and North Carolina. Elizabeth and Berry’s marriage bond was issued in McDowell County, North Carolina the 9th of June 1843. * While living in North Carolina Berry worked as a miner. Berry had been in Kentucky with his Father, David, when David moved his family to Kentucky. However it seems that his heart was still in North Carolina as he returned there to marry Elizabeth Stokes. As stated above they were married in 1843 and lived near Elizabeth's parents until about 1855, when they migrated to Kentucky to live near David and his other children. William, Elizabeth's Father, may have been dead by the time of their move. He died between 1850 and 1860. Elizabeth and Berry were in the McDowell County, North Carolina Census of 1850. At that time they had two children: Sarah, age six and Martha, age four. They made their move to Kentucky before 1855. * [An interesting article appears as Chapter XV, “Gold Mining”, pp 80-83, HISTORY of McDOWELL CO., N. C., 1876.]


14 Their first son, William David, had been born before the move. Their second son, Franklin, born in 1858, was the first of their children to be born in Kentucky. In total Elizabeth and Berry had ten children. If any died young or at birth no record has been found. ------------------------------------------------[For more about the STOKES FAMILY see the RELATED FAMILIES SECTION.] -------------------------------------------------In Kentucky Land Grant Warrents, 08 March 1855, Berry received a grant of fifty acres on the waters of Grayson Branch on Station Camp in Estill County, Kentucky. They made their home on Grayson Creek. Later, 13 November 1861, Berry received another land grant of 100 acres on the waters of War Fork of Station Camp Creek in Jackson County, Kentucky. He did not seem to have used this land in any way and sold it in 1885. When the 1870 Census was made the family was living in the Station Camp Precinct of Estill County on Grayson Branch. All ten of their children had been born and all ten were still at home. -------------------------------------------------------------------1870 Census ---------------------------------------------------Berry ROBERTSON Age 46--Elizabeth STOKES Age 41 -------------------------------------------------Sarah S. Robertson (23) born @1847 NC. Martha Ann Robertson (21) born @1849 NC. William David Robertson (15) born @1854 NC. Franklin Patterson Robertson (12) born, 18 Feb 1858 KY. Emily Robertson (10) born @1860 KY. Nancy Elizabeth Robertson (09) born @1861 KY. Clara Robertson (twin) (05) born, 06 Nov 1863, KY. Rachel Robertson (twin) (05) born, 06 Nov 1863, KY. James Daniel Robertson (04) born @1866 KY. George Wesley Robertson (03) born @1867 KY.


15 Only the last five of the children were still at home when the 1880 census was made. Both Elizabeth and Berry were alive in the 1880 census. It is not known when Berry died but Elizabeth lived until 1905. They are buried in the Sparks Cemetery at Leighton, Kentucky. Leighton is in Estill County far back on the ridge of Barnes Mountain. ======================================= Following are the Marriages of the Children of Elizabeth Haynes Stokes and Berry Hensley Robertson. ======================================= [1] Sarah Robertson married Jerome Johnson, 03 Apr 1878. [2] Martha Ann Robertson married Christopher N. Arvin, 12 Oct 1870. [3] William David Robertson married Susie R. Sparks, 07 Dec 1876. [4] Franklin Patterson Robertson married his first cousin, Martha Magdalane Robertson, 30 Jan 1879. 2nd: Nancy Elizabeth Arvin, 14 Nov 1889. [5] Emily Robertson married George Lamb, 13 Oct 1879. [6] Nancy Elizabeth Robertson married William J. Sparks, 22 Feb 1883. [7] Clara Robertson married Julius C. Bryant, 26 Apr 1898. [8] Rachel Robertson married McCager Lamb (brother to George Lamb) 24 Dec 1901. [9] James Daniel Robertson married: 1st--Sarah Bell Sparks, 12 Nov 1891. 2nd--Kate Damrell. [10] George Wesley Robertson married Lena Overby. ======================================= Before I list the families of the children of Elizabeth and Berry I want to regress a bit and talk about the Sparks Cemetery at Leighton, KY, where they were buried.


16 SARAH ROBERTSON and JEROME JOHNSON ========================================= [1] Sarah S. ROBERTSON (born, August 1846 in McDowell County, N. C. - died after 1900) the first child of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON. Sarah married Jerome "Rome" JOHNSON, 03 April 1878 in Estill County, Kentucky. He was born about 1850 in Virginia, the son of Isabell and Calvin Johnson. Sarah and Jerome had at least five children. The names of the following five children were given to me by my aunt, Rachel Robertson Lake. -------------------------------------------------======================================= (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Velda R. Johnson (born, 1879) Isabelle Johnson (born, 1880) Inez (?) Johnson B. N. Johnson (born, August 1883?) D. G. Johnson (born, May 1884)


17 MARTHA ANN ROBERTSON and CHRISTOPHER NEWTON ARVIN ======================================= [2] Martha Ann ROBERTSON, (born, May 1850 in McDowell County, N. C., - died in 1928) was the daughter of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry ROBERTSON. Martha was married, 12 August 1870, in the home of her parents by the Rev. Elijah GABBARD in Estill County, KY, to Christopher Newton ARVIN (born in November 1849, Estill Co. KY. - died about 1903) the son of Nancy FOWLER and Thomas Green ARVIN. Christopher was born at the old Arvin home place on Buck Creek which his Father had inherited. Martha and Christopher moved to Indiana to live. The following four children were born in Kentucky. They may have had more children after their move. ======================================= (1) Thomas Berry Arvin (3) James William Arvin (2) Merrill Benton Arvin (4) Carla Arvin ======================================= (1) Thomas Berry Arvin (born in Oct 1872) married, 19 July 1894, Fanny LADY in the home of Jacob TUGGLES. Thomas died about 1899 and was buried in the Sparks Cemetery at Leighton, Kentucky, age twenty-seven. ------------------------------------------------------------<1> Newton Murel Arvin (born, May 1895). <2> Mary A. Arvin (born, August 1897). Married Moses Halterman. <3> Robert Clay Arvin (born, 23 September 1899). After his father's death he was reared by Dora and Dave Dickson of Estill County. Robert died in World War I, 22 July 1918.


18 (2) Merrill (Murel) Benton Arvin (born in 1874 died about 1927). Merrill married Cynthia Lamb. [It is believed they left Estill County to live in Harlan County, Kentucky, about 1903. They had ten children. I can name only four.] -----------------------------<1> Arlie B. Arvin (born, 1909]. <2> George Arvin (born, 1911). <3> Nellie Arvin. <10> August Virgil Arvin (born, 1927) the youngest child. ======================================= (3) James William Arvin (born, 03 October 1878) married Sarah Ellen ----, and also moved to to Indiana. I have the name of only one child. -----------------------------<1> Nancy Green Arvin. ======================================== (4) Carla Arvin (born, 9 July 1885 - died, 17 September 1910) Carla was married to James Berthem FLYNN, (born, 7 September 1885 - died, 12 April 1922) They were married in the home of her parents by the Rev. George MILLER. Witnesses were: Levi Flynn, Jr., and his wife.


19 SUSIE R. SPARKS and WILLIAM DAVID ROBERTSON ========================================= [3] William David ROBERTSON (born, about 1853/4 in McDowell County, N. C.) the son of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry ROBERTSON. His parents moved to Kentucky while he was still a baby. William married Susie R. SPARKS in the home of her parents, 07 December 1870. Susie was the daughter of Malinda J. and Joseph SPARKS. Witnesses to the wedding were John FLYNN and William's brother, Franklin. Little is known about their family as they moved away from Estill County some time after 1880. Aunt Rachel Robertson Lake gave me the names of the following children. ========================================= (1) Zoae Robertson (3) Serilda Robertson (2) Marietta Robertson (4) Robert Robertson ========================================= (1) Zoae Robertson (born before @1880) married, --- Sparks. [Even though Susie and William were married in 1870 they had only the one child listed in the 1880 census.] (2) Marietta Robertson married a Plowman. (3) Serilda Robertson married a Reece. (4) Robert Robertson, marriage not known.


20 [8] MARTHA MAGDALENE ROBERTSON and [4] FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON ========================================= [8] Martha Magdalene ROBERTSON (born, 30 Jan 1862 in Jackson County, Kentucky - died in 1882/3) She was buried in (a now unknown cemetery) in Jackson County. Martha was the daughter of Elizabeth GARLAND and Honsefer ROBERTSON. At about the age of seventeen she married her first cousin, Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. According to the marriage bond issued at McKee, Jackson County, dated the 30th day of January 1879, Martha's brother, James ROBERTSON, along with Franklin's father, Berry ROBERTSON, stood as surety on the bond. [4]

Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON (born, 18 February 1858, in Kentucky - died, 17 September 1931, at his home on Crooked Creek, Estill County, Kentucky, and was buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery on Crooked Creek). Grandpa Frank grew up in the middle of a large family being the fourth child of ten born to Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON. He farmed all his life but in addition to farming he was a stone mason (as attested by the large stone double fireplace in his home on Crooked Creek which drew from two sides and kept the whole house warm) and last but not least, he served the Lord as a Christian preacher. His home was very important to him. I can remember the well fenced garden and the Martin houses which surrounded the yard. Early in the morning one was awakened by the songs and calls of the Martins and other birds. When Grandpa Frank went preaching and to the September Meetings (see Sparkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cemetery) he drove a black surry with a fringe around the top.


21 It was very nice looking but it did not have brakes. (made without them). I have ridden in it but was always afraid on hills. Grandpa used a horse on relatively smooth runs but when he was in the mountains two mules were needed. On June 14, 1880, Martha and Franklin's first child was born. They named her MARY SUSAN. Mary must have been a long baby as she grew up to be a tall woman. One of Franklin's sisters, one of the twins, Rachel ROBERTSON, was staying with Martha and Frank when Mary was born. Rachel would have been sixteen at the time. Martha died sometime in the early 1880's, probably the latter part of 1882 or the early part of 1883, in childbirth. This second baby also died. Both Martha and the baby may have been buried in a Cemetery on her grandfather, David Robertson's farm, where years before the young daughter of Nancy and David was buried. If so, an unmarked stone was probably used as a marker for the graves of Martha and the baby. [Mary, the first born child, was my Mother. After Marthaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, her Mother, death and until the remarriage of her father in 1889, she lived with her grandmother Elizabeth (Stokes) Robertson. Elizabeth, the grandmother, took the place of a mother to Mary. Opal Dean Arvin]


22 SPARKS CEMETERY at LEIGHTON, KY. In the 1980's when I visited the Cemetery the area must have looked very much the same as it did when the first settlers landed on our shores. ************************************** SEPTEMBER MEETINGS at the CEMETERY Few of you will or can remember the Sparks Cemetery. It is located in a wooded area surrounded by large trees, high on a ridge on Barnes Mountain. Next to the Cemetery there was a lot something like a small city park. It had wooden benches and a raised platform similar to a pulpit. The gathering, or if you prefer, the Meeting, that was held there once a year was called the SEPTEMBER MEETING. My family always went when I was a child. This was a day long social gathering of whole families; where family news was exchanged, new babies admired, and children romped and played with friends and cousins seen only once a year. There was always a large crowd and plenty of food. At the time that I was a part of the September Meetings, Grandpa, Frank Robertson, being a minister, was always one of the principal speakers. These meetings seemed to be interdenominational. Any one who wished or could hold the audience interest, was welcome to speak. Sad to say as with so many other things--the September Meetings are not held anymore. SPARKS CEMETERY ............................................... The serenity of this Cemetery with its massive trees and moss and lichen covered stones is almost overwhelming. People still come to pay their respect but most are strangers to the next group to come and soon after placing flowers or saying prayers, they leave. Opal Dean Arvin *******************************************


23 FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON ========================================= 1m. Martha Magdalene Robertson 2m. Nancy Elizabeth Arvin ========================================= [4] Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON (born in Kentucky, 18 February 1858 - died, 17 September 1931 buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery at Crooked Creek, Noland, Kentucky) was the son of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON. Franklin was a farmer, a minister and a stone mason. Franklin first married Martha Magadalene ROBERTSON, his first cousin, and daughter of Elizabeth GARLAND and Honsefer ROBERTSON. Martha was born 30 Jan 1862, in Jackson County, Kentucky. She died with the birth of their second child in 1882/3. Franklin and Martha had two children: Mary Susan Robertson and the baby who died at birth. His second marriage, 14 Nov 1889, was to Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN, (born, 17 May 1869, in Estill County, Kentucky - died, 05 Sep 1939, in Estill County) Nancy was the daughter of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN. Nancy and Franklin had ten children. Following are the children of Franklin Patterson Robertson.

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24 (1) First, Mary Susan Robertson, born, 14 June 1880, to Martha and Franklin. Mary married first Leander PACE and second Robert Christopher ARVIN. (2) Second, Martha and Franklin had a baby who died at birth. MARTHA also died at this time. (3) Martin Luther Robertson, was the first child of Franklin and Nancy (Arvin). He was born, 25 July 1890, and married Minnie FISCHER. (2) Milford Leo Robertson, born, 25 August 1892, married first Nancy "Nanny" Dozier and second Minnie BARRETT. (5) James Christopher Robertson, born, 22 Nov 1894, married Amanda MUNCY. (6) Berry Irving Robertson, born, 02 August 1897, married Ova OGLESBY. (7) William Thornton Robertson, born, 12 May 1900, married Eva Lena POWELL. (8) Viola Elizabeth Robertson, born, 03 June 1902, married Luther WALTON. (9) Clara Alice Robertson, born, 30 March 1904, married Elvere TOBIAS. (10) Perlie Almer Robertson, born, 14 December 1906, married Boyd OGLESBY. (11) McKager Lee Robertson, born, 15 January 1909, married Rachel CHANEY. (12) Rachel Edith Robertson, born, 29 Apr 1913, married Casper LAKE. =========================================


25 RACHEL EDITH ROBERTSON’S Memoirs of her Brothers and Sisters ========================================= [Concerning THE MEMOIRS of Rachel Edith Robertson written about her brothers and sisters. I had asked Aunt Rachel in 1989 to write somthing about each of her brothers and sisters for me. Rachel was the youngest of Grandpa Frank's children and I thought it appropriate for her to write her memories for those of us who cannot remember the uncles and aunts when they were younger.........Opal Dean Arvin] Rachel starts this way, "I'll start writing and finish by spurts. I can't remember much about my older brothers. They were already grown up and away from home when I was young.” She continues as follows ......................................... For some reason Dad moved away from the old home place to Callaway Creek with his family to live. The front door to the house in which we lived at Callaway was glass--opened back, against the wall it made a mirror. Brother Berry was courting Rhoda Vaughn. They were in the front room courting-hugging--the rest of us were in the next room from which we could see them in the door mirror. I know that this wouldn't seem funny or interesting to us now that we see so much TV, but it was funny then. At that time none of the young people were married and all of them were “courtin” (as it was known then). Viola Elizabeth was going with Burton Vaughn: Clara Alice was going with Tom Alcorn: "Peggy", (Pearl) was stuck-on Beacham Masters: Bill was going with Eva Lena Powel (whom he married): Chris with Mandy Muncy (whom he married): Lute married Minnie Fischer, from Wisconsin, that year. He met her while in the army. How did Mama and Dad survive so much courting? That was in 1920 and 1921.


26 All the kids like to live at Callaway Creek. It was close to school. Church was held in the school house, so it was convenient to go. The boys worked at Irvine or Ravenna--rode horseback or drove their buggies. Then Chris and Bill also got married and Dad and Mama wanted to move back to the old home place on Crooked Creek. Once when the older boys were growing up, Dad put them to hoeing corn and told them that when they had the corn out of the weeds they could go swimming. They worked and worked with visions of the swimming hole before them but late in the hot afternoon they realized they could not finish before dark. So they pulled the corn up and threw it over the fence-told Dad they got the corn out of the weeds and went swimming. Dad always said that one boy is just a boy; two is just a half; three is like none. He had four working that day. So I guess he thought he had worse than none when he saw his corn field. As I said before I was too young to remember much about my older brothers: "Sister" (Mary Susan Robertson) was the oldest of Dad's children and the only living child of his first marriage. Mary was called "Sister" by all the children of the family. Sister was coming home for a visit with you (Opal) when you were a baby in long dresses. I was busy rubbing sugar on my forehead, cheeks and chin. Asked what I was was doing I said, "so I can give Sister sugar." Kisses from children were often called sugar then. Don't kids remember the silliest things? I've had more dreams about Sister's old house than I ever dreamed about the house which we lived in. All the kids wanted to fix that log house up and live in it. [This was the log house which Grandpa built for Mama to live in when her first husband deserted her and their children...Opal Dean Arvin]


27 Milford was the oldest boy in the family. He married Nannie Dozier when I was three and the family told me that I wouldn't claim him for a brother because of it. I remember when their son, Herbert, was born. Mama and I went over to Nannie and Milford's and Mrs. Johnson, came with her little black bag. Word was that when Mrs. Johnson went some place with that black bag she was taking the people a baby. Sure enough in a short time we were called into the house to see the new baby. I wondered why she didn't bring them a girl. They already had a boy, Harry. I think that Chris (James Christopher Robertson) was the favorite brother of all of us. He teased, joked, sang silly, little songs and kept everyone cheerful. When he came home from World War I, he worked away from home. (Berry Irving Robertson) When Berry was away, he always came home whistling--You always knew that it was Berry because you could hear him before you could see him. One time he aimed to scare "Cager" his youngest brother. So he gave Cager fifty cents to go up on the hill after dark and get him some persimmons. While Cager was gone Berry wrapped up in a sheet and hid. But the dogs found him before Cager returned--didn't know who he was--and treed him in a brush pile. CAGER HAD TO COME AND RESCUE HIM! Brother Bill (William Thornton Robertson) worked on the railroad and boarded with Sister. One Christmas he got some whiskey and came home to celebrate. Mama put him to bed with Dad. Bill said that Dad just turned his back on him and said "Phew". That hurt Bill worse than if Dad had bawled him out. The next day he invited Berry out and offered him a drink. Berry took the bottle and wrapped it around an apple tree


28 and that ended that celebration. I will always wonder why Viola and Burtain Vaughn didn't get married. Dad wouldn't let them get married while Vi was under age but then they courted for years. She burned his letters the day that she and Luther Walton got married. She bragged on Luther a lot. I always thought it was "Whistling in the dark". [Why do I always think that Aunt Viola looked like her grandmother, Elizabeth Stokes? Did I have a dream at some time? Aunt Vi was such a pretty girl. I always wanted to look like her when I was growing up. Opal Dean] Clara Alice Robertson was always the worker. She didn't read or daydream like the rest of us and was always "bossy". However we needed a boss most of the time. I've just thought of somthing Peggy did and said when we lived at Callaway Creek which I thought was funny. We had to carry drinking water up a long steep hill from a spring. Peggy and I went for water. When we got about halfway back up the hill we stopped to take a rest and sat our buckets down. The dog came up and drank from Peggy's water bucket. "He just drank off the top." she said. So she poured the water off the top and carried the rest on to the house. We never told anyone. Another time Peggy was riding old Roan--he stumbled and she fell off. He stepped on her face. She had two very black eyes but she told Dad that a cold settled in her eyes because she was afraid that if Dad knew he wouldn't let her ride again. Our youngest brother, McCager Bee Robertson, aimed to put on a cowboy act to impress his future wife, Rachel Chaney. He rode past her house--threw his


29 hat on the ground and reached down to pick it up-the saddle girth broke and "Cager", saddle and all landed on the ground. Rachel was such a pretty, neat, little thing and Cager was so tall. They were the long and short of things certainly. ...................................... Rachel Edith Robertson Opal Dean remembers Aunt Peggy. Pearl Almer Robertson was certainly the rebel of the family and my favorite aunt. I thought this poem of hers would be a good way to begin Grandpa Frank's family. From a thin volume of poetry which Aunt Peggy wrote. The book is called, "Memories". MEMORIES The memories of our old home Grow dearer as the years go by Sometimes they leave us smiling But oft' a lonely sigh. Dad would get the boys up when The rooster began to crow, Gather the milking pails and And off to the barn go. Mama to the kitchen The stove was getting hot, Squeeze out a pan of biscuits And put on the coffee pot. In the garden there are plenty Good things we like to eat, Beans, corn, peas, Rows of cabbages and red beets. We have so many memories We could never get all in As when uncles, aunts and cousins Came, vacation time to spend.


30 I can smell the beans a'cookin I can hear the "taters" fry I can see Mom in her apron with Her sleeves rolled way up high. Clara, you may set the table, Vi, don't let the baby cry, Go tell Daddy dinners ready We are having berry pie. .........................Pearl Almer Robertson

Now--on to the children and grandchildren of Grand pa, Franklin Patteron Robertson, of Crooked Creek, Estill County, Kentucky.


31 MARY SUSAN ROBERTSON ========================================= 1m Leander PACE 2m Robert Christopher ARVIN ========================================= (1) Mary Susan ROBERTSON (born, 14 June 1880, Estill County, Kentucky, - died in Irvine, Estill County, 16 December 1962 - buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, Kentucky.) Mary was the first child of Martha Magdalene ROBERTSON and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Mary's first marriage was to Leander Pace, May 1904, in Estill County, Kentucky. Leander was the son of Elizabeth PARSONS and William PACE. He deserted Mary and their children in 1911. She never saw him again and divorced him in 1915. ................................. [3 Children] Mary's second marriage, 18 March 1915, was to Robert Christopher ARVIN (born, 31 January 1875, Estill County, Kentucky - died, 11 May 1948, buried in the Hunt Cemetery, Barnes Mountain, Estill County.) Robert Christopher was the son of Elizabeth PETERS and Nathaniel Thornton ARVIN........................... [2 Children] Following are the names of Mary's five children. ========================================= <1> Pocahontas Pace (19 Sep 1905 - 14 May 1974). Marriage to James FOSTER. <2> Arthur Pace (07 Apr 1907 - 14 Apr 1969). Marriage to Flossie PETERS. <3> Infant Pace - died at birth. <4> Opal Dean Arvin (31 Jan 1918). Marriage to Edward Frank ROMANS. <5> Luther Marcum Arvin (02 Apr 1921 - 24 Dec 1989). Married first to Geneva ROSE and second to Lillian MANNA. =========================================


32 POCAHONTAS PACE and JAMES FOSTER ========================================= ------------------------------------------------------------------<1>

Pocahontas PACE (born, 19 Sep 1905, Estill Co. Kentucky - died, 14 May 1974, Estill County, Kentucky) The first child of Mary Susan ROBERTSON and Leander PACE. Pocahontas married, 06 December 1930, James FOSTER, (born in Tennessee about 1900 - died, 08 March 1958, in Estill County, KY.) Both James and Pocahontas were buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery on Crooked Creek.

They were married in Hamilton, Ohio, and had no children of their own but they raised a boy, William (Billy) ROBERTSON, from babyhood. Billy was the son of Nannie (DOZIER) and Milford ROBERTSON. =========================================


33 ========================================= FLOSSIE PETERS and ARTHUR PACE ========================================= <2> Arthur PACE (born, 07 April 1907, Estill County, KY - died, 14 April 1969, Louisville, KY - buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery) the son of Mary Susan ROBERTSON and Leander PACE. Arthur married Flossie PETERS at the home of his mother, 23 Dec 1926..................[8 children] Flossie PETERS (born 19 January 1911, KY) daughter of Elizabeth HUNT and Thomas Jefferson PETERS. After Arthur's death Flossie married Carvan Burman. ======================================= --------------------------------------------------/1/ Dearl Pace /5/ Denzil Pace /2/ Wanda Pace /6/ Donald Pace /3/ Shelby Pace /7/ Janice Pace /4/ Ezra Dorvin Pace /8/ Jo Noreen Pace ======================================= /1/ Dearl Pace (born, 25 Oct 1927 - died, 15 Dec 1968) the first child of Flossie PETERS and Arthur PACE. First, married to Nancy Ray HORN. Second marriage to Ollie HARRIS. +1+ Darrell Pace. +2+ Deane Pace. +3+ Alice Faye Pace. ======================================= /2/ Wanda Pace (born, 14 Oct 1931 - died, 09 Oct 1980). Marriage to James MORGAN (born, 06 Jan 1929 - died in 1985). +1+ Julia Morgan. +2+ Shirylia Morgan. +3+ Trina Morgan. +4+ Geneta Morgan. +5+ Charlotia Morgan. =======================================


34 /3/ Shelby Pace (born, 01 Feb 1934). 1st marriage, Roberta ---.............................. [1 child] Second marriage to Emma Jean BARRETT. +1+ Shelby Pace, Jr. +2+ Eva Pace (adopted). ========================================= /4/ Ezra Dorvin Pace (born, 17 Jun 1935). Marriage to Phyllis EMENZELS. +1+ Dorvina Pace. +2+ Debra Pace. +3+ Dorothy Pace. +4+ Dana Pace. +5+ Dionna Pace. +6+ Arthur Pace. +7+ Darrell Pace. +8+ Daren Pace. ======================================= /5/ Denzil Pace (born, 12 Jul 1937) 1st Marriage, 24 Dec 1959, to Luigia LECHNER. 2nd Marriage, 18 Dec 1995, to Reada Baker. Denzil was a Veteran of World War II. +1+ Thomas Lee Pace (adopted). ========================================= /6/ Donald Pace (born, 25 Jan 1940 - died in June 1990). Marriage to Ellen LUCAS. They had five children. +1+ +2+ +3+ +4+ +5+

Gail Pace. Brenda Pace. Vicky Pace. Kietra (DeeDee) Pace. Donalene Pace.


35 /7/

Janice Pace (born, 08 Feb 1946) First married to Giles ALLEN. Second marriage to Harold ROBERTS. +1+ Kimberly Lenette Allen. +2+ Gwenellyn (Windy) Roberts. +3+ Dane Roberts. +4+ Eric Roberts. +5+ Shawn Roberts. +6+ Talmed Roberts. ========================================= /8/

Jo Noreen Pace (born, 22 Mar 1949) Marriage to Ronald BOOTH. +1+ Ronald Eli Booth (twin). +2+ Richard Arthur Booth (twin). +3+ Robert Charles Booth.

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<3> INFANT PACE (Stillborn in 1911 - buried ---------------- in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, ---------------- Noland, Kentucky.) This was the baby born to Mary Robertson and Leander PACE after he had left her and the children. After Mary was left alone with her children, she returned to her father, home. He built a log cabin on his farm for Mary to live in with her family. At the time that this baby was born Mary had Pocahontas and Arthur at home with her. Mary lived in the cabin with her children from 1911 to 1915 when she married Robert Christopher Arvin. =========================================


36 OPAL DEAN ARVIN ======================================= <4>

Opal Dean ARVIN (born, 31 Jan 1918, Irvine, KY) the first child of Mary Susan Robertson and Robert Christopher ARVIN. Married, 18 Feb 1950, to Edward Frank ROMANS (born, 02 Aug 1917, Chicago, IL) in the Christian Church, Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY. by Dr. Geo. Swann. They were divorced in 1965. Edward was the son of Frances JASKULSHA and Joseph Francis ROMANS. ............................................................... [2 Children] ========================================= /1/ Frances Susan Romans (born, 30 Jan 1951, Louisville, KY) Married, 19 May 1973, Chicago, IL to Joseph RUBINO (born, 19 Nov 1949, Chicago, IL), the son of Lorraine SMITH and William RUBINO. +1+ Robin Rubino (18 Mar 1977) *1* Austin William Rubino (born 06 Mar 1995). +2+ Michael Harry Rubino (born, 12 Dec 1978) ========================================= /2/

Sarah Elizabeth Romans (born, 21 Sep 1952, Louisville, KY) Marriage, 20 Aug 1977, Palatine, IL to Patric McKinney DONAHUE, (born, 08 Jan 1950, Palatine, IL). Son of Charlotte McKINNEY and Robert DONAHUE. +1+ Alec McKinney Donahue (born, 10 Jun 1987)

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37 LUTHER MARCUM ARVIN ========================================= <5> Luther Marcum ARVIN (born, 02 Apr 1921, Estill Co. KY - died, 24 Dec 1989, Marion Center, PA. buried in the Oakland Cemetery, Indiana, PA) the second child of Mary Susan ROBERTSON and Robert Christopher ARVIN. Luther's first marriage was to Geneva ROSE (born, 06 August 1923) the daughter of Cynthia (SKINNER) and David ROSE of Madison County, KY......... ............................... [3 Children] His second marriage was to Lillian Jean MANNA (born, 13 Dec 1934) of Pennsylvania.. [1 adopted daughter] =========================================== /1/ Mary Ann Arvin /3/ Donna Arvin /2/ Thelma Arvin /4/ Debra Arvin =========================================== /1/ Mary Ann Arvin (born, 28 Aug 1940, Anderson, IN) Marriage, 27 Sep 1958, Hudson, Ohio, to Joe BROSTEK (born, 18 Mar 1940, Bedford, OH.) +1+ Joe Brostek, Jr. (12 Mar 1959, Akron, Ohio.) +2+ Anthony Luther Brostek (28 Oct 1960, Akron, Ohio - died 15 Jul 1973 in Boston Heights, OH). +3+ Jessica Brostek (12 Dec 1966, Akron, OH) Marriage, 06 Dec 1992, to David STONE (born, 26 Aug 1960). *1* Rachel Stone. +4+ Rebecca Brostek (28 Mar 1970, Cleveland, OH). =========================================


38 /2/ Thelma Arvin (born, 18 May 1942/3 - died, 23 Sep 1967, in an automobile accident, buried, Noland, KY in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery) Marriage to Robert HOLMES. +1+ Robert Holmes, Jr. (16 Aug 1961). Marriage, 05 Sep 1980 to Jeanettte ---. *1* Nicholas Holmes (16 Feb 1982). *2* Dion R. Holmes (25 Jan 1985). *3* Crystal Holmes (06 Sep 1987). +2+ Theodore Marcum Holmes (16 Aug 1961). Marriage, 1984 to Lisa ---. *1* Justin Holmes (25 Oct 1987). +3+ Tanya Holmes (31 May 1963). ========================================= /3/

Donna Arvin (born, 23 Jan 1945) First marriage, James PEEL (born, 21 Feb 1938). 2nd marriage, Jay MARTIN (born, 1934). +1+ David Peel (born, 16 Oct 1961) twin. +2+ Donald Peel (born, 16 Oct 1961). twin. +3+ Denise Peel (born, 22 Apr 1964). Married, Frank Galipa. *1* Anthony Galipa, 23 Nov 1984.. *2* Angelena Galipa, 25 Mar 1987. +4+ Tara Martin (born, 15 Apr 1970).

========================================= /4/

Debra Arvin (born, 13 Feb 1970) Marriage to Cary ISENBERG. +1+ Rebecca Susan Isenberg (Sep 1995).


39 MARTIN LUTHER ROBERTSON and MINNIE MARIE FISCHER ========================================= (3) Martin Luther ROBERTSON (born, 25 July 1890, Estill County, KY - died, 18 December 1969, Madison County, KY - buried, in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Estill County, KY.) was the first child of Franklin and Nancy Robertson. Martin Luther was a veteran of World War I. He married, 06 June 1920, in Des Moines, Iowa, Minnie Marie FISCHER (born, 12 December 1888 in Chase, WI, died, 14 August 1983, Richmond, KY, buried beside her husband in Estill County) She was the daughter of Wilhelmine COOK and Adolph FISCHER. ========================================= <1> Doris Irene Robertson <2> Gerald Franklin Robertson <3> Ella Katherine Robertson <4> Viola Margaret Robertson <5> James Glendon Robertson ========================================== <1> Doris Irene ROBERTSON (born, 30 Aug 1921, South Irvine, KY) Married, 23 Dec 1940, Rice Station, KY. to James A. NEELEY (born, 17 Apr 1917, Garrard County, KY - died, 24 Oct 1973, Richmond, KY, buried in the Mance Cemetery, Paint Lick, KY). James was the son of Mattie SLOAN and Haborn NEELEY ......... [2 Children] -------------------------------------/1/ Carl Jean Neeley (born, 10 Jul 1942, Paint Lick, KY). Married, 23 Jul 1969, Sharon C. CATES (born, 09 Sep 1946). +1+ Katherine Denice Neeley (29 Nov 1970) Married, Jeff Hall, 01 Sep 1988. *1* Sandra Ann Hall (19 Apr 1989).


40 *2* April Hall (29 Jun 1992). /2/ James Ray Neeley (born, 14 Mar 1946, Richmond, KY). Married, 29 Sep 1975, in Sardinia, OHio to Cathy Louise WINNER, (born, 22 Oct 1951). +1+ Sherry Lee Neeley (18 Oct 1979) Stillborn. +2+ Christopher Michael Neeley (24 Nov 1981). +3+ James Nicholas Neeley (07 May 1986) =========================================== <2> Gerald Franklin ROBERTSON (born, 27 Jun 1923, South Irvine, KY - Died, 11 Jul 1976, Hamilton, Ohio). Married, 16 Oct 1947, Irvine, KY to Sue E. BECKELHYMER, (born, 13 Jan 1928, Estill Co. KY). Susie was the daughter of Parrot LOGSTON and Ansil BECKLEHYMER. ..............................................................[5 Children] /1/ Roy Robertson (born, 26 Feb 1949, Blackburn, KY) Married, 11 Nov 1972, Hamilton, OH to Sheila BARKER. +1+ Jerry F. Robertson (26 Dec 1974). +2+ Sonia Robertson (27 Dec 1978). +3+ Jonathan Robertson (17 Dec 1982). +4+ Calab Robertson (17 May 1987). /2/ Joyce Robertson (born, 17 May 1952) twin. /3/ Lois Robertson (born, 17 May 1952) twin. /4/ Peggy Ann Robertson (born, 19 Nov 1956, Hamilton, OH). Married, 07 Sep 1972 to Larry HENSLEY, (born, 21 Nov 1952). +1+ Christopher Hensley (19 Jul 1974). +2+ Jessie Marie Hensley (18 Feb 1981). /5/ Judy Marie Robertson (born, 26 Feb 1962, Hamilton, OH). Married, 27 Mar 1982, to Clifford WILLIAMS. +1+ Angle Cole Williams (19 Jan 1979). +2+ Becky Williams (22 Mar 1983). =========================================


41 <3> Ella Katherine ROBERTSON (born, 23 Feb 1926, Noland, KY - died 29 May 1955) Married, to Noble HORN. Ella was born with a defective heart. They had no children. =================================================== <4> Viola Margaret ROBERTSON (born, 13 Dec 1928, Noland, KY). Married, 17 May 1947, Irvine, KY to Raymond ESTES (born, 19 July 1926, Estill Co. KY) Son of Della SMITH and Obed ESTES. -----------------------------------/1/ Raymond Estes, Jr. (born, 08 Sep 1948) married first to Martha LEWIS (born, 07 Mar 1952) and second to Wanda HELTON (born, 23 Jan 1952). +1+ Cher Estes (06 Jun 1972). +2+ James Ray Estes (19 Nov 1976). +3+ Brian Estes (19 Jul 1978). /2/ Robert E. Estes (born, 27 Apr 1952, Estill Co.) Married in Crothersville, Indiana, to Pam RILEY. +1+ Bobby Dee Estes (08 Sep 1973) +2+ Christy Estes (27 Sep 1975) twin. +3+ Mistry Estes (27 Sep 1975) twin. /3/ Brenda Estes (born, 30 Jun 1953, Estill Co.) Married, 26 Jul 1971, Crothersville, IN to Arnold HENDREX (born, 25 Nov 1952). +1+ Dean Hendrex (08 Apr 1972). +2+ Rebecca Hendrex (30 Oct 1974). +3+ Kathy Hendrex (10 Dec 1978). =========================================


42 <5> James Glyndon ROBERTSON (born, 29 Jul 1936, Blackburn, KY). Married, 19 Mar 1960 to Dorothy Ann NEELEY (born, 25 Feb 1943, Paint Lick, KY) daughter of Jessie RICHARDSON and Coleman NEELEY. ........................................................ [3 Children] /1/ Patricia Elaine Robertson (born, 29 Dec 1961, Marion, IN) Married, 07 Sep 1984, Marion, IN to Brian Ray HARRISON (born, 27 Aug 1961). +1+ Kaden Andrew Harrison (13 Dec 1988). /2/ Jesse Marie Robertson (born, 17 May 1966, Marion, IN) Marriage, 26 Dec 1985 to Gene NELSON (born, 03 Mar 1967). +1+ James Michael Gene Nelson (17 Apr 1986). /3/ James Franklin Robertson (born, 13 Jun 1967) Married, to Lavanda LEE. +1+ Kaylynn Robertson (01 Sep 1988). +2+ Raymond Lee Robertson (29 Sep 1990).


43 MILFORD LEO ROBERTSON ========================================= 1m Nannie Mae DOZIER 2m Minnie BARRETT ========================================= (4) Milford Leo ROBERTSON (born, 25 August 1892, Estill County, KY, - died, 21 June 1978, Irvine, KY) the second child of Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Milford married twice............. [15 Children] His first marriage, 15 May 1916, Estill Co., KY was to Nannie DOZIER (born, 20 May 1898 - died, 04 January 1931, buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY) the daughter of Rosetta COLE and William DOZIER.......... [7 Children] His second marriage, 23 Sep 1932, was to Minnie BARRETT born 06 January 1905 and died 27 January 1993................... [8 Children] ========================================= <1> Harry L. Robertson < 9> Thelma Robertson <2> James H. Robertson <10> Betty Robertson <3> Howard Robertson <11> Steve Robertson <4> Ima May Robertson <12> Mary C. Robertson <5> Coffa Etta Robertson <13> Parrot J. Robertson <6> William F. Robertson <14> Connie Robertson <7> Milford Robertson <15> Nancy Robertson <8> Dewey Robertson ========================================= <1> Harry Lee ROBERTSON, (born, 16 February 1918' died, Oct 1994) Married, 01 Mar 1938, Estill County, KY., to Della DIXON (born, 04 May 1923) .................................................................[10 Children] /1/ Sarah Robertson (born, 12 March 1939). 1m William SHAW - 2m George GRAY. +1+ Brent Shaw.


44 +2+ Berry David Shaw. /2/ Loarnzel Robertson (born, 04 May 1942). 1m William SMYTH. 2m Michael PECK (b. 1940 - d. 1986). +1+ Carolea Smyth, (10 Apr 1959). +2+ Cynthia Smyth, (23 Sep 1960). /3/ Burnam Lee Robertson (born, 01 Nov 1944). Married, Eunice ESTES. +1+ Gary Lee Robertson. +2+ Tammy Robertson. +3+ Roger Robertson. +4+ Teddy Robertson. +5+ Sandra Robertson. +6+ Burnam Lee Robertson. /4/ Josephine Robertson (born, 25 Jul 1946 Twin.) /5/ Ancildean Robertson (born, 25 Jul 1946 Twin.) /6/ David Robertson. /7/ Cinderella Robertson. /8/ Nannie Mae Robertson. /9/ Sheila Fay Robertson. /10/ Gay Robertson. ========================================= <2> James Herbert ROBERTSON (born, 13 April 1919, Estill County, KY - died, 21 January 1993, in Estill County). Herbert's first marriage, 23 December 1940, was to Beatrice POWELL (born, 24 September 1925 - died, 26 March 1980). They were divorced. His second marriage, 28 June 1961, was to Joanna BECKELHYMER (born, 14 January 1925) daughter of Parrot LOGSTON and Ancil BECKELHYMER. ----------------------------/1/ Belinda Sue Robertson (born, 08 May 1962) Twin. Married, John HORN. /2/ Brenda Lou Robertson (born, 08 May 1962) Twin. Married, 07 July 1978, to Ricky KIRBY (born, 31 March 1960). +1+ Ansela Kirby (21 Mar 1980). +2+ Jonathan Kirby (05 Dec 1983). /3/ Joe Etta Robertson (born, 17 Jan 1964).


45 <3> Howard ROBERTSON (born, 30 Nov 1921) Married, Ruby Udell FARTHING (born, 08 Jun 1925) daughter of Della BRYANT and Hobart FARTHING. .......................................................... [2 Children] /1/ Joyce Ann Robertson (born, 01 Dec 1948) Married to George BLACK. +1+ Jermey Black. /2/ Michael Robertson (born, 16 Apr 1951). Married, 03 July 1970 to Judy GITS (born, 24 Mar 1950). +1+ Alica Robertson (13 Jun 1971). +2+ Joshua Robertson (04 Aug 1974). +3+ Jacob Robertson (22 Dec 1981). ========================================= <4> Ima May ROBERTSON (born, 17 Feb 1925) Married, 21 Jun 1946, to Robert CREECH (born, 13 Jun 1916). ................................................... [2 Children] /1/ Harriet Regina Creech (born, 12 Apr 1954) Married, Lushin MATHIUE. +1+ Robert Mathiue (12 Feb 1975). +2+ Mary Grace Mathiue (20 Feb 1983). /2/ Patrica Denice Creech (born, 05 Apr 1960). Marriage, 05 Sep 1981, to Ernest WEBB. ======================================= <5> Coffa Etta ROBERTSON (born, 08 May 1927) Marriage, 15 Jan 1946, Irvine, KY., to B. U. WINKLER, Jr. (born, 15 Dec 1926). ..................................................... [4 Children] /1/ Vina Mae Winkler (born, 05 May 1948). Married, Ken HARLOW. Divorced. 2nd marriage to John BRUNER in 1986. +1+ Tara Dawn Harlow (17 May 1971). +2+ Jeanne Harlow (04 Nov 1975).


46 +3+ Kenna Harlow (10 May 1978). /2/ June Etta Winkler (born, 15 Aug 1954). Married, Michael BARNETT. +1+ Jonathan Michael Barnett (07 May 1972). +2+ Angie Nicole Barnett (17 Apr 1974). /3/ James Beachum Winkler (born, 04 Sep 1960). Married, Deloras VANCE. +1+ James Bradley Winkler (12 Oct 1986). /4/ Steve Glenn Winkler (born, 18 Aug 1966). Married, 29 Jun 1985, to Rosie DUNAWAY. ========================================= <6> William Franklin ROBERTSON (born, 24 Jan 1929), married, 04 February 1950, to Floretta STEPP (born, 07 March 1935). Floretta grew up at Wisemantown, KY. William (Billy) Robertson went by the name of FOSTER as he was raised in the home of Pocahontas PACE and James FOSTER following the death of his Mother. Billy's parents were Nannie DOZIER and Milford ROBERTSON. Billy is buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY. ............................................. [11 Children] /1/ Linda Sue Robertson (born, 16 Nov 1950). /2/ James Robertson (born, 13 Feb 1952). /3/ Geraldean Robertson (born, 09 Oct 1953). /4/ Ricky Wayne Robertson (born, 16 Feb 1955). /5/ Edward Robertson (born, 04 Apr 1956). /6/ Barbara Ann Robertson (born, 03 May 1957). /7/ Herbert William Robertson (born, 07 Dec 1958). /8/ Ellen Faye Robertson (born, 09 Sep 1959). /9/ Melissa Robertson. /10/ Dorene Robertson. /11/ Bruce Robertson. <7> Milford ROBERTSON (died at birth about 1931) This was the last child of Nannie DOZIER and Milford ROBERTSON. NANNIE also died at this time. She and the baby, Milford, were buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY.


47 <8> Dewey ROBERTSON (born, 13 Oct 1933) was the first child of Minnie Barrett and Milford Robertson Dewey's marriage, 15 Apr 1960, was to Virginia SMITH, (born, 25 Dec 1936). ............................................................. [2 Children] /1/ Ginger Robertson (born, 13 Mar 1956). Adopted. 1m marriage to Steve CARTER. 2m marriage to Brady JAY. /2/ Brenda Kay Robertson (born, 04 May 1961). Married, 09 Nov 1983, to Rick HIATT (born, 04 Mar 1961). +1+ Andrew Ryan Hiatt (31 May 1987). ========================================= <9> Thelma ROBERTSON (born, 28 May 1935) Married, to William MARTIN (born, 08 Jun 1933). .............................................................[ 3 Children] /1/ Karen Sue Martin (born, 24 Oct 1956). Marriage to David NOBLE. +1+ Cristy Noble. +2+ Trish Noble. +3+ William Noble. /2/ Kathy Martin (born, 29 Mar 1960). /3/ William Martin. ========================================= <10> Betty ROBERTSON (born, 11 Jul 1937). Married, 04 Jun 1955, to WAYNE CHANEY (born, 18 Sep 1937). ............................................................[2 Children] /1/ Michael Wayne Chaney (born, 13 Jul 1956). /2/ Theresa Chaney (born, 18 Nov 1959). ========================================= <11> Steve ROBERTSON (born, 12 Mar 1939). Married, 1959, to Reva ABNEY (born, 23 Nov 1936).


48 /1/ Mark Steven Robertson (born, 28 Apr 1960). +1+ Mark Robertson. /2/ Judith Diane Robertson (born, 31 Dec 1961). ========================================= <12> Mary Christine ROBERTSON (born, 24 May 1941died, 08 Nov 1986) Twin. Married, 1958, to JOE CORRIDEAN (born, 20 Dec 1938). ................................................................[2 Children] /1/ Tanya Ann Corridean (born, 09 Apr 1963). Married, 31 Oct 1985, to Charles ESTES. /2/ Brian Corridean (born, 13 Dec 1974). ========================================= <13> Parrot Josephine ROBERTSON (born, 24 May 1941) Married, 27 Apr 1962, to Joe MITCHELL (died, 26 Oct 1982) Auto accident. 2m to Danny ABNEY (born, 30 Dec 1954). ............................................................ [2 Children] /1/ Vicky Mitchell (born, 13 Nov 1963 - died 04 Jun 1982). Auto accident. /2/ Angle Kay Mitchell (born, 26 May 1965). ========================================= <14> Connie ROBERTSON (born, 11 Nov 1943). ========================================= <15> Nancy ROBERTSON (born, 04 Jul 1948).


49 AMANDA MUNCY and JAMES CHRISTOPHER ROBERTSON ========================================= (5) James Christopher ROBERTSON (born, 22 Nov 1894, Estill County, KY - died, 05 May 1942, at his home in Irvine, KY) the son of Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. He was buried at South Irvine as a veteran of WWI. James' marriage, 2 Oct 1921, was to Amanda "Mandy" MUNCIE who was (born, 17 Apr 1900 - died, 11 Nov 1991) the daughter of Susan NEAL and Sidney MUNCY of Estill County, Kentucky...... [4 Children] =========================================== <1> Wayne Robertson <3> James (Pete) Robertson <2> Mary Edith Robertson <4> Molly Frances Robertson =========================================== <1> Wayne ROBERTSON (born, 20 Jan 1923, Estill County, KY - died, 30 Apr 1971) Married, 1949, to Loraine McDOWELL (born, 22 Mar 1927). ............................................................ [3 Children] /1/ Patricia Lynn Robertson (born, 26 Jan 1951). Married to Coty TOMPSON. +1+ Amy Tompson (1973). +2+ Kelly Tompson (1975). +3+ Christopher Tompson (1980). /2/ Robert Wayne Robertson (born, 31 Dec 1954). /3/ Sandra Ann Robertson (born, 13 Apr 1962). Married to Glynn COX. ========================================= <2> Mary Edith ROBERTSON (born, 26 Sep 1925 died, 26 Aug 1995, at Irvine, KY). Married, July 1948, William (Bill) BABER (born 10 Sep 1925).......... [5 Children]


50 /1/

/2/ /3/ /4/ /5/

James Franklin Baber (born, 02 Jul 1951) Married to Carolyn COLE. +1+ Jamie Nicole Baber (1980). +2+ Amanda Baber (1984). Nancy Lynn Baber (born, 15 Feb 1953). Married to John SULOVAN. Phillip Scott Baber (born, 22 Dec 1954). Jeanette (Jan) Marie Baber (born, 23 Jun 1961) Married to Mike RICHARDSON. William Bruce Baber (born, 29 Jun 1964).

======================================= <3> James (Pete) ROBERTSON (born, 13 Jun 1927 died, 13 Aug 1971) Marriage, April 1949 to Mary Kaye MOSSELL........... [3 Children] ----------------------------/1/ Dennis James Robertson (born, 06 Jan 1951) Married to Charollet MEGAN. /2/ Diane Mary Robertson (born, 21 Sep 1956) Married to Glynn COSMOS. +1+ Christopher Cosmos. /3/ Rose Mary Robertson (born, 29 Jan 1963). ========================================= <4> Molly Frances ROBERTSON (born, 03 Jun 1931died, 26 Jan1997) Married, 01 Aug 1953, to Achilles BECKLER (born, 12 Jun 1926 - died, 23 Aug 1995). ........................................................... [5 Children] /1/ Louise Beckler (born, 12 Dec 1956). /2/ Sandra Ella Beckler (born, 24 Sep 1959 died, 25 Sep 1959). /3/ Elmer Scott Beckler (born, 01 Sep 1963). /4/ David Christopher Beckler (born, 28 Aug 1966). /5/ Jeffrey Wayne Beckler (born, 21 Mar 1969).


51 OVA OGLESBY and BERRY IRVINE ROBERTSON ======================================= (6) Berry Irvine ROBERTSON, (born, 02 Aug 1897, Estill County, KY - died, 25 Jan 1970 in Estill County) the son of Nancy ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Married, 02 Apr 1925, Ova OGLESBY (born, 02 Apr 1909 in Estill County - died, 03 Nov 1942) daughter of Katherine WINKLER and Sidney OGLESBY. Both Ova and Berry are buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Crooked Creek in Estill County. They moved away from Kentucky for awhile and lived in Hamilton, Ohio. When they returned to Estill County they lived in the old home place (Grandpa Franklin's farm) on Crooked Creek where their family grew up....................... [9 Children] ======================================= <1> Lyle Robertson <6> Delbert Robertson <2> Regina Robertson <7> Delmer Robertson <3> Boneva Robertson <8> Bernice Robertson <4> Paul Robertson <9> Donald Robertson <5> Dennis Robertson ======================================= <1> Lyle ROBERTSON (born, 05 Apr 1926) Married, 14 Jul 1945, to Pearl WILLIS (born, 11 Jun 1926)....... [4 Children] ----------------------------/1/ Dale Robertson (born, 19 Jun 1946) Married, 18 Jun 1965, to Sharon STEPHENS (born, 19 Nov 1946). +1+ Haley Joe Robertson (03 Jul 1966). +2+ Amy Dale Robertson (21 Sep 1970). +3+ Shane Goudy Robertson (05 Jul 1972). /2/ Debra Sue Robertson (born, 11 Apr 1950).


52 Married, 18 Dec 1971, to David SUMER (born, 06 Aug 1950). +1+ Jennifer Sumer (13 Sep 1977). /3/ Timothy Allen Robertson (born, 04 Aug 1954) Married, 15 Sep 1973, to Sheryl FOREMAN (born, 11 Jan 1954). +1+ Joshau Allen Robertson (02 Nov 1982). /4/ Calvin Lee Robertson (born, 06 Jul 1958) Married to Lisa GILBERT. +1+ Sierria Star Robertson (1985). ======================================= <2> Regina ROBERTSON (born, 25 Dec 1927. A Christmas present to Ova and Berry!) Her marriage, 21 Jun 1947, was to Edwin SEALE, (born, 21 Oct 1921)........... [No children] ======================================= <3> Boneva (Bonnie) ROBERTSON (born, 04 May 1929) Married, 21 May 1955, to Ernest COUCH (born, 13 Jan 1932)............ [2 Children] /1/ Dona Faye Couch (born, 22 Mar 1957) Married in 1977 to Timothy BLANKSHIP. +1+ Nicole Blankship (28 Feb 1983). /2/ Kimberly Sue Couch (born, 10 Mar 1960) Marriage to Randy MILLER (born, 26 Apr 1959). +1+ Duston Miller (20 Sep 1978). +2+ Casey Miller (15 Mar 1981). ========================================= <4> Paul ROBERTSON (born, 08 Feb 1931) Married, 03 May 1951, to Ann SCULLY (born, 06 Mar 1928)..... [2 Children] /1/ Carol Robertson (born, 19 Sep 1953) Married to Ron PATTERSON.


53 +1+ Ronnie Patterson (07 Jul 1982). +2+ Paul David Patterson (14 May 1985). / 2/ Sheryl Robertson (born, 05 Nov 1956) Married, 28 Jan 1980, to Sonny MOORE (born, 21 July 1955). +1+ Shane Moore (14 Dec 1981). ======================================= <5> Dennis ROBERTSON (born, 06 Oct 1932) Married, 28 Jun 1952, to Doris WALTZ (born, 24 Aug 1935)...... [4 Children] /1/

Randy Robertson (born, 17 Jan 1953) Married to Brenda DOUGLAS. /2/ Vicky Robertson (born, 25 Feb 1955) Married to Loyd FRIEND. /3/ Rhoda Robertson (born, 10 Sep 1958) Married to Greg VIA. +1+ Chelsie Leigh Via. /4/ Gary Robertson (born, 07 Jun 1970). ======================================= <6> Delbert ROBERTSON (born, 14 Jun 1934) Married, 25 Aug 1954, to Freda SORDAN (born, 03 Feb 1937)....... [5 Children] /1/ Kathy Robertson (born, 02 Oct 1955). /2/ Karen Robertson (born, 12 Jul 1957). /3/ Delbert David Robertson (born, 21 Nov 1959). /4/ Linda Darlene Robertson (born, 10 Jun 1961). /5/ Gregory Allen Robertson. ========================================= <7> Delmer ROBERTSON (born, 14 Jun 1934 died at birth) Twin to DELBERT. =========================================


54 <8> Bernice ROBERTSON (born, 18 Apr 1936) Married, 29 Jun 1955, to Scotty WINKLER (born, 24 Apr 1935)....... [2 Children] /1/

Scott Winkler, Jr. (born, 04 Apr 1958). Married to Phillis MARCUM. +1+ DeAnna Winkler (11 Sep 1979). /2/ Margaret Denise Winkler (born, 27 Feb 1962). ========================================= <9> Donald ROBERTSON (born, 1938) Married 13 Oct 1961, to Loretta ISAACS (born, 24 Dec 1938)............... [6 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/

Karen Sue Robertson (born, 19 Sep 1960) (Adopted from Loretta's first marriage.) Douglas Robertson (born, 06 Aug 1963) Died at birth. Donna Lynn Robertson (born, 25 Jan 1966) Marriage to Guane HAMMONS (born, 30 Aug 1962). Brian Wayne Robertson (born, 24 Dec 1967). Gina Colleen Robertson (born, 27 Jun 1974). Destiny Robertson (born, 20 Mar 1986).


55 EVA LEE POWELL and WILLIAM THORNTON ROBERTSON ========================================= (7) William Thornton ROBERTSON (born, 12 May 1900, Estill County, KY - died, 17 Jan 1942, Madison County, KY, buried in the Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, KY) son of Nancy ARVIN and Franklin ROBERTSON. He was a veteran of World War I. William married Eva Lee POWELL (born, 17 Oct 1898, died, 27 Jan 1995) daughter of Susan BAKER and George Washington POWELL. After William's death Eva Lee Robertson moved her family to Hamilton, Ohio to live. She died there, having lived almost a century, and was buried in Richmond beside her husband.......................[6 Children] =========================================== <1> Mildred Robertson <4> Lorena A. Robertson <2> Dorothy S. Robertson <5> C. Louise Robertson <3> Lelsie D. Robertson <6> William C. Robertson =========================================== <1> Mildred ROBERTSON (born, 21 Dec 1921 - died, 1974) Married, 01 Jul 1944, to William OATES (born, 03 Jun 1914).................................. [7 Children] /1/ Carla Sue Oates (born, 30 Jun 1945) Married, 22 Feb 1967, to Denis J. VOISARD (born, 24 Jun 1947). +1+ James Denis Voisard (born, 02 Nov 1967). +2+ Steven Craig Voisard (born, 03 Nov 1970). +3+ Scott Bradley Voisard (born, 13 Aug 1974). /2/ Lelane Ann Oates (born, 03 Aug 1947) Married, 25 Aug 1971, to David Dwight PRATHER (born, 03 Oct 1947). +1+ David Christopher Prather (24 Mar 1977). +2+ Mark William Prather (16 Apr 1984).


56 /3/ Rita Louise Oates (born, 19 Sep 1952) Married, Sep 1972, to Thomas WOODBURY. +1+ Angela Marie Woodbury (03 Jul 1973). +2+ Douglas Wayne Woodbury (25 Feb 1976). /4/ Jeanne Faye Oates (born, 13 Feb 1954) Married, 30 Jan 1973, to Robert BONINSEGNA. +1+ Anna Aubrey Boninsegna (20 Aug 1973). /5/ William Lynn Oates (born, 18 Sep 1957). /6/ Robbin Lee (Katie) Oates (born, 26 Apr 1960). /7/ Edgar Randall Oates (born, 30 Jul 1962) Marriage to Starla -------. +1+ Aaron Randall Oats (25 Jul 1981). +2+ Kelly Renee Oats (16 Jul 1985). =========================================== <2> Dorothy Susan ROBERTSON (born, 27 Jul 1924) Married, 03 Nov 1945, to Edgar Luther WILLIAMS (born, 31 May 1914)........... [No Children] =========================================== <3> Leslie Darrel ROBERTSON (born, 23 Mar 1927 died 10 Jun 1973) Married, 10 Jun 1950, to Frances HARKLEROAD (born, 01 Apr 1927). ..........................................................[4 Children] /1/ Sandra Robertson (born, 24 Dec 1950 - died at birth). /2/ Loren Gail Robertson (born, 14 Apr 1952) Married, 18 Sep 1971, to Glen Ray LEE (born, 28 Aug 1952). +1+ Steve Andrew Lee (25 Oct 1976). +2+ Erin Elizabeth Lee (18 Mar 1980). /3/ Edwina Sue Robertson (born, 15 May 1957) Married, 02 Aug 1975, to Douglas Paul WOLF. +1+ Daniel Paul Wolf (04 Jul 1978). +2+ Jennifer Sue Wolf (04 Jul 1981). +3+ Ashley Susanne Wolf (25 May 1984).


57 /4/ Darrell Lee Robertson (born, 03 Aug 1970). died in water accident (07 Jun 1990). ========================================= <4> Lorena Ann ROBERTSON (born, 26 Aug 1929 died, 15 Jun 1929). ========================================= <5> Clara Louise ROBERTSON (born, 19 Dec 1930). =========================================== <6> WILLIAM CURT ROBERTSON (born, 20 Mar 1934) Married, 24 Dec 1958, to Mary Lue BACOME (born, 18 Aug 1932)........................................ [4 Children] +1+ +2+ +3+ +4+

William Thornton Robertson (28 Oct 1959). Kerry Elizabeth Robertson (29 Oct 1960). Darrell Andrew Robertson (14 Oct 1961). Laura Veney Robertson (05 Dec 1962).


58 VIOLA ELIZABETH ROBERTSON and LUTHER WALTON ========================================= (8) Viola Elizabeth ROBERTSON (born, 03 Jun 1902 in Estill County, KY - died, 16 Apr 1988, buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY). She was the first daughter of Nancy ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Viola's marriage was to Luther WALTON (born, 09 Oct 1895 - died 29 June 1971). Luther was a neighbor and the son of Mary MOORE and Franklin WALTON. ................................................................[5 Children] =========================================== <1> James Wesley Walton <4> Charley Walton <2> Georgia Walton <5> Earl Wayne Walton <3> Mary Jane Walton =========================================== <1> James Weslay WALTON ( born, 06 Jun 1930). Married, 09 Dec 1954, to Norma BARKER, (born, 12 Aug 1940).......... [5 Children] /1/

/2/ /3/ /4/ /5/

Nancy Ann Walton (born, 05 May 1958) Married, 19 Mar 1977, to Carl ROSS. Divorced. +1+ Crystal Lee Ross (born, 10 Jan 1978). +2+ James E. Ross (born, 23 Apr 1980). James Walton (born, 21 May 1959) Married, 28 Jun 1980, to Sheila HORN. Brenda Walton (born, 25 Mar 1961) Married, 30 Dec 1980, to Steve BRISCO. Divorced. +1+ Melissa Mae Brisco. Philip Walton (born, 03 Aug 1963). Eddie Walton (born, 23 Jun 1966).

=========================================== <2> Georgia WALTON (born, 18 Aug 1931) Married, 23 Oct 1947, to Silas BARKER (born, 12 Feb 1921 died, 19 Jan 1986)................................... [13 Children]


59 /1/ Elizabeth Ann Barker (born, 12 Nov 1951). Married, 29 Aug 1971, to Billy FREEMAN (born, 06 Jul 1953). /2/ Cathy Jane Barker (born, 28 Jun 1953) First marriage, 18 Apr 1970, to Garnie MURPHY. Second Marriage, 19 Dec 1982, to Martin BRYANT. /3/ Viola Frances Barker (born, 29 Sep 1954). Married, 30 May 1976, to Herb EDWARDS. /4/ Judy Mildred Barker (born, 16 Jun 1956). Married, 16 Apr 1983, to Glenn McKENNEY (born, 24 Jun 1960). /5/ Sarah Ruth Barker (born, 19 Oct 1958). Married, 28 Dec 1981, to Mark TUBBS (born, 02 Feb 1958). /6/ Mary Sue Barker (born, 20 Jun 1960). Married, 12 Aug 1979, to Shirly BRINGER (born, 11 Nov 1960). /7/ Martha Lynn Barker (born, 22 Feb 1962). Married, 25 Oct 1980, to Ralph BRINGER (born, 16 Aug 1954). /8/ Virginia Lee Barker (born, 23 Sep 1963). Married, 10 Oct 1981, to Roger EMBREE (born, 18 Aug 1962). /9/ Carolyn Gaye Barker (born, 04 Jan 1966). Married, 06 Aug 1983, to Mark BISHOP (born, 04 May 1965). /10/ Silas David Barker (born, 10 Jul 1967). /11/ Michael Paul Barker (born, 05 Mar 1968). /12/ Owen Jeffery Barker (born, 19 Oct 1970). /13/ Rebecca Joy Barker (born, 13 Feb 1972). ========================================= <3> Mary Jane WALTON (born, 03 Sep 1934). Married, 27 Feb 1952, to Raymond OVERBAY, (born, 16 Dec 1934).................................. [9 Children] /1/ Raymond Overbay, Jr., (born, 17 Mar 1952). Married, 19 Feb 1974, to Linda Sue KITTS (born, 18 Feb 1949).


60 /2/ Jerry Wayne Overbay (born, 15 Feb 1954) Married, 27 May 1973, to Barbara Jean GILBERT (born, 22 Nov 1955). /3/ Delinda Kay Overbay (born, 07 Mar 1956). /4/ Edith May Overbay (born, 29 Aug 1959). /5/ Luther Martin Overbay (born, 11 Sep 1961). Married, 13 Jul 1981, to Josephine SPARKS (born, 10 Feb 1964). /6/ Bessie Marie Overbay (born, 21 Sep 1963). /7/ Samuel Overbay (born, 30 Nov 1964). Married, 31 Jul 1985, to Deborah ISAACS (born, 01 Jun 1967). /8/ Daniel Ray Overbay (born, 20 Feb 1967). /9/ Manford Dean Overbay (born, 13 Feb 1969). =========================================== <4> Charley WALTON (born, 27 Jan 1933). First marriage, Faye DONAHUE. Second marriage, Evelyn EADES. .......................................................... [2 Children] /1/ Carolyn Geneva Walton (born, 17 Aug 1960). /2/ Charles Frank Walton (born, 14 Sep 1962). =========================================== <5> Earl Wayne WALTON (born, 23 Sep 1941). Married, 09 April 1960, to Frances HALE (born, 09 Apr 1940)............................... [1 Child] /1/ Steven Wayne Walton (born, 01 Jun 1962).


61 CLARA ALICE ROBERTSON and ELVERIE TOBIAS ========================================= (9) Clara Alice ROBERTSON (born, 30 Mar 1904, in Estill County, KY - died, 25 Aug 1987 in Hamilton, Ohio). Her parents were Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Clara married in Hamilton, Ohio, 25 May 1926, ELVERIE TOBIAS (born, 18 Aug 1911, son of Harry TOBIAS. Elverie "Toby" died in 1994................... [3 children] ========================================= <1> Douglas Tobias <2> Evelyn Tobias <3> Evonne Tobias ========================================= <1> Douglas TOBIAS (born, 22 Dec 1930) Married, 17 Nov 1950, Arveda TAGGART (born, 27 Dec 1930)............................................ [2 Children] /1/ Patricia Ann Tobias (born, 17 Sep 1952). /2/ Pamela Evonne Tobias (born, 07 Feb 1956). =========================================== <2> Evelyn TOBIAS (born, 23 Dec 1934) Married, 20 Dec 1953 to Dewayne SPADAFORE (born, 28 Oct 1933)............................................. [4 Children] /1/ Detinda Kay Spadafore (born, 18 Mar 1955) Married to William RILLO (born, 18 Sep 1953). +1+ Sally Ann Rillo (04 Sep 1977). +2+ Bonnie Sue Rillo (03 May 1979). +3+ Frank Rillo (18 Jun 1981). +4+ Jacob Rillo (06 Apr 1983). +5+ William Rillo. /2/ Jackquelin Fae Spadafore (born, 30 Nov 1956)


62 Married, 07 Apr 1979, to Fredice GARLLE (born, 29 Dec 1958). +1+ Stephane Garlle. +2+ Gregory Garlle. /3/ Denice Carol Spadafore (born, Jul 1958) Married, Michael MINGE. +1+ Michael Lee Minge (17 Sep 1979) +2+ Holly Jean Minge (09 Feb 1983). /4/ Alice Pauline Spadafore (born, 13 Nov 1960). +1+ Laura Ann Spadafore (15 Jun 1986). =========================================== <1> Evonne TOBIAS (born, 26 Apr 1937) Married, 21 Jul 1960, to James BECKETT (born, 28 Apr 1935)................ [6 Children] /1/ Janet Beckett (born, 1961) Married, 1981, to Bruce FINKVINE. +1+ Rebecca Finkvine (13 Mar 1982). +2+ Bruce Finkvine (07 Sep 1985). /2 / Barbara Beckett (born, 1962) Married, 1981, to Wesley MARCUM. +1+ Nicole June Marcum (Jun 1983). +2+ Casey Marcum (Nov 1985) /3/ Eric Beckett (born, 1964) Married, 05 Oct 1985 to Amy BAUMGARTER. +1+ Amanda Sue Beckett. /4/ Derk Beckett (born, 1967). /5/ Adam Beckett (born, 1969). /6/ Charles Beckett (born, 1972). ===========================================


63 PEARL ALMER ROBERTSON And BOYD OGLESBY ========================================= (10) PEARL ALMER (Peggy) ROBERTSON (born, 14 Dec 1906, in Estill County, KY - died, 31 Oct 1978, in Hamilton Ohio) Pearl was the daughter of Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN and Franklin Patterson Robertson. Pearl married, 10 May 1930, Boyd OGLESBY (born, 25 Jan 1907 - died, 26 Jun 1995) son of Katherine WINKLER and Sidney OGLESBY of Estill County, KY. Pearl and Boyd had one son, Kenneth ROBERTSON (born, 11 Nov 1932). Kenneth died at age eighteen, 05 Mar 1951, in Hamilton, Ohio where they made their home. Pearl, Kenneth and Boyd Oglesby are all buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery at Noland, Kentucky. ========================================= OUR SON Once we had a little boy Who filled our home with love and joy, ..... Our home is so lonely since Kenny is gone, No happy laughter, no boyish song. We would not keep him here, Dear Lord If you did want him there. Only help us live so we meet again, Is our heart felt prayer. ..... From her book, "Poems, Prayers and Thoughts" by Pearl Robertson Oglesby


64 RACHEL CHANEY and McCAGER LEE ROBERTSON =========================================== (11)

McCager Lee ROBERTSON (born, 15 Jan 1909, in Estill County, Kentucky) was the baby boy of Nancy ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. He married, 02 Jan 1931, his childhood sweetheart Rachel CHANEY. "Cager" died, 04 Jan 1981, Rachel was born, 28 Oct 1913. They moved to Ohio to live. She is the daughter of Jessie BAKER and Rice CHANEY. Rachel died, 01 Aug 1998. ............................................................... [9 Children] =========================================== <1> Vernida Ann Robertson <6> Janet Robertson <2> Reginald Robertson <7> Sandra Robertson <3> Wilma E. Robertson <8> Edith K. Robertson <4> Marvin Robertson <9> Danny Robertson <5> Carolyn Robertson ===========================================

<1> Vernida Ann ROBERTSON (born, 09 Nov 1931 died, 07 Feb 1992) the first child of Rachel CHANEY and McCager Lee ROBERTSON. Vernida married Lee Roy RADER (born, 16 Apr 1931, died, 31 Jan 1985)................................. [5 Children] /1/ Jessie Lynn Rader (born, 16 Aug 1955). Married 1973, to Donald DAVIDSON, (born, 19 Jul 1953). +1+ Christy Davidson (02 May 1974). +2+ Donald Andrew Davidson (23 Sep 1976). +3+ Emily Ann Davidson (22 Sep 1977). +4+ Ursula Marie Davidson (26 Mar 1978). +5+ Sara Meade Davidson (22 May 1980). /2/ David Lee Rader (born, 01 Sep 1956).


65 First marriage to Jeri HALL. Second marriage to Rece STEVENS. +1+ Lee Ann Rader (11 Feb 1978). /3/ Mark Andrew Rader (born, Aug 1959) Married, to Julie Anita HOFFMAN (born, 15 Jul 1961). +1+ Nicholas Grant Rader (06 Jun 1981). /4/ Julie Ann Rader (born, 20 Jul 1967). /5/ Wade McCager Rader (born, 04 Apr 1971). ========================================= <2> Reginald ROBERTSON (born, 18 Jul 1933 died, 23 Oct 1977 in Ohio) the first son of Rachel CHANEY and McCager Lee ROBERTSON. His marriage, 25 Jun 1960, was to Deanna FEIX (born, 04 Jul 1931)......... [5 Children] /1/ Jennifer Jo Robertson (born, 19 Jan 1960). Married, 30 May 1981, to Douglas DYER (born, 30 Aug 1956). +1+ Rebecca Lynn Dyer (14 Dec 1984). /2/ Lisa Ann Robertson (born, 30 Aug 1964). Married, 08 May 1982, to John ERBOUGH, (born, 26 Jul 1962). +1+ Megan Nicole Erbough (05 May 1983). +2+ Aimie Cecile Erbough (12 Mar 1985). /3/ James Todd Robertson (born, 12 May 1966). /4/ Chris Boe Robertson (born, 29 Sep 1968). /5/ Jason Daniel Robertson (born, 12 Jul 1972). =========================================

<3> Wilma Elizabeth ROBERTSON, (born, 14 Nov 1935 and died, 15 Dec 1935).

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66 <4> Marvin ROBERTSON (born, 14 Oct 1937. Married, 28 Sep 1963, to Regina RADER (born, 21 Jul 1945)............................................. [7 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/

Gregory Allen Robertson (born, 24 Mar 1964). Nathaniel Wayne Robertson (born, 14 Apr 1965). Steven Mathiue Robertson (born, 05 Dec 1966). Michelle Renee Robertson (born, 19 Apr 1969). Fredrick Paul Robertson (born, 04 Feb 1972). Ragnal Anita Robertson (born, 14 Jul 1983). Theodore Marvin Robertson (born, 03 May 1985).

========================================= <6> Janet ROBERTSON (born, 09 Apr 1944). Married, 12 Apr 1968, to Virgil HALL (born, 19 Oct 1942)................................................... [1 Child] /1/ Virgil Lincoln Hall (born, 02 Aug 1972). =========================================== <7> Sandra ROBERTSON (born, 24 Nov 1947). Married, 30 Aug 1969, to Edward FURGINSON, (born, 25 Dec 1940)........... [2 Children] /1/ Brian Cooper Furginson (born, 20 Apr 1975). /2/ Rebecca Chaney Furginson (born, 08 Oct 1978). =========================================== <8> Edith K. ROBERTSON (born, 03 Nov 1950). Married, 11 Apr 1969, to John SHEEHAN (born, 14 Sep 1949)........................... [5 Children] /1/ John Robertson Sheehan (born, 08 Jul 1975). /2/ Neomi Edith Sheehan (born, 10 Feb 1978). /3/ David Alexander Sheehan (born, 31 Mar 1980).


67 /4/ Joseph Sheehan (born, 22 Feb 1982). /5/ Timothy Sheehan (born, 09 Nov 1983). =========================================

<9> David ROBERTSON (born, 22 Nov 1954). Married, 26 Sep 1981, to Virginia STAR (born, 13 Jan 1952)........................ [3 Children] /1/ Samuel Patterson Robertson (born, 10 Apr 1983, died, 11 Apr 1983). /2/ Zackary Mathue Robertson (born, 12 May 1984). /3/ Sara Elizabeth Robertson (born, 18 Dec 1985).


68 RACHEL EDITH ROBERTSON and CASPER LAKE ========================================= (12) Rachel Edith ROBERTSON (born, 29 Apr 1913, Estill Co. KY - died, 05 Mar 1995, Rockcastle Co. KY) to Nancy Elizabeth ARVIN and Franklin Patterson ROBERTSON. Rachel was the baby of the family. Married, 28 Apr 1934, to Casper LAKE (born, 04 Jan 1906, in Rockcastle, KY.) He was the son of Lydia DREW and Fount Jason LAKE. Casper was a Baptist Minister and part time farmer. He died of a stroke, 31 Oct 1976. Both he and Rachel are buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, Kentucky............................ [2 Children] =========================================== <1> Donald Thornton LAKE (born, 23 Apr 1935 - died, 11 Sep 1935.) =========================================== <2> Ronald June LAKE (born, 03 Jun 1936 in Hamilton, Ohio, to Rachel Edith ROBERTSON and Casper LAKE. He married, 17 May 1954, Verena MOSLEY (born, 05 Dec 1938.) /1/ Rhonda Gail Lake (born, 22 Oct 1955). First marriage, Bobby MURPHY, 05 Jun 1976. Second marriage to Douglas MARROW, 27 Mar 1982. +1+ Valerie Renee Marrow (05 Dec 1984). /2/ Debra Ann Lake (born, 09 Feb 1957 - died, 01 Sep 1994) First married, 14 Feb 1975, to Thomas CLOUSE, Pulaski Co., KY. Second marriage, 26 Dec 1979, to Steven Harold LEWIS. +1+ Joshua Stephen Clouse (08 Mar 1976). +2+ Jeremy Daniel Clouse (27 Feb 1977).


69 Both Joshua and Jeremy were adopted by Steven Harold Lewis, step-father. +3+ Jonathan Harold Lewis (30 Mar 1985). +4+ Jessica Rachel Lewis (31 Aug 1986). /3/ Lisa Kay Lake (born, 03 Jul 1958) First married, 13 Jan 1985, to Ralph AMBROSE, Rockcastle County, KY. Second marriage, 29 Jul 1978, to Paul GILLIAM. +1+ Adrena Nachelle Gilliam (02 Oct 1980). /4/ Michael David Lake (born, 25 Sep 1959 - died, 09 Nov 1959). /5/ Ronald June Lake, Jr. (born, 20 Jul 1962, Rockcastle County, KY). Married, 05 Jul 1985, Pulaski County, KY to Denise Lynn McMULLEN, born, 20 Jun 1965. +1+ Ronald June Lake, III (15 Mar 1986). +2+ Christopher Paul Lake (18 Apr 1988). +3+ Christine Lynn Lake (18 Apr 1988).


70 EMILY ROBERTSON and GEORGE LAMB ========================================= [5] Emily ROBERTSON (born, 1860, Jackson County KY - died, about 1947) the second child of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON after they had made their move to Kentucky from North Carolina. Emily's marriage, 13 Oct 1879, in Estill County Kentucky, was to George LAMB of Rockcastle County, Kentucky. George was the son of Dawson LAMB, an attorney, and Permelia HOLT. Records show that George was born in Hancock County, Tennessee about 1859. George was a carpenter and while working on the roof of a house which he was building in Irvine, Kentucky, he was struck by lightening and died. This was about 1921. He and Emily are buried in the Campbell Cemetery, Estill County, Kentucky. -------------------------------------------------------------Emely and George Lamb had at least seven children. There may have been others. (1) (2) (3) (4)

Vicie May Lamb (5) Sara Bell Lamb William Franklin Lamb (6) James Wesley Lamb Nancy Elizabeth Lamb (7) Malcolm Lamb Christopher Lamb

-------------------------------------------------------------(1) Vicie May LAMB, the first child of Emily Robertson and George Lamb, married, --- TEWART. -------------------------------------------------------------(2) William Franklin LAMB (born, 13 Nov 1881, in Tennessee - died, 13 Mar 1967, in Indiana, buried in the Simpson Cemetery in Howard County, Indiana.) William married, 10 May 1906, Molly Elizabeth (Bet)


71 JAMESON (born, 13 January 1890 in Kentucky - died, 25 Aug 1962, buried beside her husband, William.) She was the daughter of Mary Jane ARVIN and Irvine JAMESON. Bet and William Lamb moved to Indiana to live. ------------------------------------------------------------------<1> Sally Mae Lamb <6> Harriet Lamb <2> Irvine Joseph Lamb <7> Nettie Elizabeth Lamb <3> George Thomas Lamb <8> Wesley Christopher Lamb <4> Mary Emily Lamb <9> Susie Alice Lamb <5> Audie Lillian Lamb ---------------------------------------------------------------<1>

Sally Mae Lamb (born, 01 Feb 1907 - died, 30 Oct 1960) Married, 28 Feb 1927, to James RIDDLE, who died, 22 Jan 1980... [9 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/ /6/ /7/ /8/ /9/

Teddy Lavern Riddle (born, 24 Mar 1930). William Vernal Riddle (born, 14 Nov 1931). Stillborn Girl (born, 1933). Raymond Darrell Riddle (born, 08 Aug 1934). Jackie Francis Riddle (born, 10 Dec 1936). Helen Carol Riddle (born, 16 Sep 1940). Mary Elizabeth Riddle (born, 15 Apr 1943). Richard Harold Riddle (born, 17 May 1945). Frederick Allen Riddle (born, 28 May 1948).

-------------------------------------------------------------<2> Irvine Joseph Lamb (born, 21 Jan 1910 - died, 30 Oct 1977) Married, 11 Oct 1935, to Elizabeth ROMINGER of Greentown, Indiana. /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/

Patrica Marlene Lamb (born, 02 Aug 1937). David Marvin Lamb (born, 31 Jul 1939). Ronald LaVelle Lamb (born, 17 Aug 1942). Lucinda Ellen Lamb (born, 24 Sep 1949). Michael Allen Lamb (born, 20 Oct 1954).

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72 <3> George Thomas Lamb (born, 23 Jul 1913 - died, 29 Aug 1988) Married three times: Mabel WITTY, Jessie SHORT, Cecil HUFFER. -------------------------------------------------------------<4> Mary Emily Lamb (born, 12 Apr 1917) Married, 15 May 1945, to James BOWLIN. James was a veteran, WW 11................. [2 Children] /1/ Thomas Eric Bowlin (born, 11 Dec 1948). /2/ Krista Sue Bowlin (born, 05 Jun 1952). -------------------------------------------------------------------<5> Audie Lillian Lamb (born, 18 Apr 1920). Married three times: Luther SMITH, Joe WALKER, Claude CHANDLER................................ [3 Children] /1/ Doris Irene Smith (born, 01 Sep 1936). /2/ William Joseph Smith (born, 04 Aug 1937). /3/ Judith Ann Smith (born, 26 Sep 1940). ------------------------------------------------------------<6> Harriet Lamb (born, 04 Jun 1922) Married, 17 Oct 1942, to Willard Floyd HORINE. /1/ Floyd Stephen Horine (born, 16 Jan 1945). /2/ Stanley DeWayne Horine (born, 06 Feb 1951). /3/ Stuart LaVern Horine (born, 16 May 1956). --------------------------------------------------------------<7> Nettie Elizabeth Lamb (born, 17 Aug 1924) Married, 19 Nov 1948, to Hugh Alden BEAN. .............................................................. [2 Children] /1/ Kyle Deanne Bean (born, 01 Jun 1950). /2/ Kristen Lynne Bean (born, 27 Dec 1957). ----------------------------------------------------------------------


73 <8> Wesley Christopher Lamb (born, 02 Mar 1927) Married, 19 Nov 1948, to Norma Jean SPANGLER. ............................... .............................. [2 Children] /1/ Kevin Christopher Lamb (born, 17 Jul 1956). /2/ Kim Lee Lamb (born, 08 Aug 1960). -------------------------------------------------------------------<9> Susie Alice Lamb (born, 27 Jun 1931) Married, 28 Aug 1947, to William ABRESCH. ......................... [3 Children] /1/ William Gregory Abresch (born, 28 Jun 1950). /2/ Harry Oscar Abresch (born, 20 Jul 1953). /3/ Kathy Joline Abresch (born, 08 Oct 1958). -------------------------------------------------------------------(3)

Nancy E. LAMB (born, 05 Aug 1885, in Estill County, KY, - died, 22 Sep 1954, Station Camp, KY) the third child of Emily and George LAMB. Married, 1908, to John A. FLYNN (born, 15 Dec 1879 - died, 25 Feb 1924). Both are buried in the Sparks Cemetery, Estill County, KY.................. [4 Children] <1> Bessie Flynn (born, @ 1909) Married to Jim Willie DANIELS. <2> Odie Flynn married Robert YOUNG. <3> Clydie Flynn married Norman CRANK. <4> Roly (Raleigh?) Flynn. -------------------------------------------------------------------(4)

Christopher LAMB (born about 1889) the son of Emily Robertson and George Lamb. Christopher married, Mary Ethel SMITH, daughter of Mahalley BRUMMITT and Andrew Jackson SMITH. Chris and Ethel moved away from Kentucky to Indiana


74 to live. Chris and Ethel had at least nine children, not necessarly in the following order... [9 Children] -----------------------------------------------------------------<1> Finley Lamb. <2> Fred Lamb. <3> John Lamb (born @1917). <4> Martha Bell Lamb (born @1919). <5> Emily Lamb (born, @1921) Married, 11 Dec 1939, to Orvin D. WEAVER, (born, 11 Dec 1918 - died, 1994). Emily and Orvin had...... [2 Children] -----------------------/1/ Orvin D. Weaver, Jr. (born, 1943 - d. 1943). /2/ Mary Ellen Weaver, (born, 27 Oct 1944). Married, 1965, to C. J. Foxx, who died 20 May 1993. <6> Geneva Lamb (born, @1923). <7> Laura Alice Lamb (born, @1925). <8> Hazel Lamb (born, @1927). <9> Sally Mae Lamb (born, @1934). ----------------------------------------------------------------------(5)

Sarah Bell LAMB (born, 31 Mar 1891, Estill County - died, 23 Mar 1968, Madison County, KY) the daughter of Emily ROBERTSON and George LAMB. Sarah was married about 1910 to Nathaniel Shelton CROWE (born, 03 Apr 1889 - died, 20 Sep 1966). He was the son of Melissa Ann ARVIN and Jonah Jessee CROWE. Both Sara Bell and Nathaniel Shelton are buried in the Peters Cemetery on Barnes Mountain, Kentucky. They had twelve children......... [12 Children] -----------------------------------------------------------------<1> Vicie May Crowe <7> Ollie Ann Crowe <2> Georgia Emily Crowe <8> Monta Pearl Crowe <3> Mary Katherine Crowe <9> James Malcom Crowe <4> Gladys Marie Crowe <10> Ann Margaret Crowe <5> Dona Dale Crowe <11> Laura Alice Crowe <6> Mitchell Dawson Crowe <12> William Crowe ------------------------------------------------------------------


75 <1> Vicie May Crowe (born, 11 Apr 1912 - died, @1992) Married, 1st - Elbert WINKLER 2nd - Sidney LYNCH. ---------------------------------------------------------------<2> Georgia Emily Crowe (born, 03 Aug 1915 - died, 14 Aug 1983) Married, Vardy T. JONES who died in October 1968................... [1 Child] /1/ Sarah Sue Jones (born, 28 Aug 1935). -------------------------------------------------------------<3> Mary Katherine Crowe (born, 04 Oct 1919 died, 12 Jun 1991) Married, Johnny B. JONES. ............................. [5 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/ /5/

Johnnie B. Jones, Jr. (born, 07 Nov 1937). Naomi Katherine Jones (born, 04 Nov 1939). Thomas Elbert Jones (born, 09 Mar 1942). Alex Douglas Jones (born, 27 May 1944). Sandra Maxine Jones (born, 14 Sep 1946).

---------------------------------------------------------------<4> Gladys Marie Crowe (born, 22 Feb 1922) Married to Vernon PERRY.... [4 Children] /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/

Brenda Louise Perry (born, 13 Apr 1941). Shirley Carolyn Perry (born, 22 Oct 1942). Sarah Mitchell Perry (born, 27 Mar 1944). Vernon Wallace Perry (born, 1946).

---------------------------------------------------------------<5> Dona Cole Crowe (born, 28 Mar 1923) Married, J. B. COLLINS who died in 1967... [3 Children] /1/ Georgia Mae Collins (born, 26 Jan 1944). /2/ Eddie Shelton Collins (born, 07 Oct 1946). /3/ J. B. Collins, Jr. (born, 28 Jan 1948). ----------------------------------------------------------------


76 <6> /1/ /2/ /3/ /4/

Mitchell Dawson Crowe (born, 06 Mar 1924) Married, Christene STONE in 1948.. [4 Children]

Michaell Dawson Crowe, Jr. (born, 08 Jun 1949). Joan Carol Crowe (born, 19 Aug 1950). Nathaniel S. Crowe (born, 22 Jun 1953). Vicie Debra Crowe (born, 11 Oct 1954).

-----------------------------------------------------------------<7> Ollie Ann Crowe (born, 09 Apr 1925) Married, Earl HAHN. Ollie was married four times and had three children. -------------------------------------------------------------------<8> Monta Pearl Crowe (born, 13 Feb 1927). Married, Alex JONES (born, 25 Jun 1925). WW 11 veteran.......... [2 Children] /1/ Patricia Joyce Jones (born, 03 Feb 1947). /2/ Alexis Vicie Jones (born, 12 Jun 1949). -------------------------------------------------------------------<9> James Malcom Crowe (born, 17 Nov 1929) Married, 1st Wilma L. ELSWICK, 2nd Rosa PRUITT 3rd Beulah HENDREN............ [2 Children] /1/ Linda Lee Crowe (born, 03 May 1951). /2/ Jamie Mae Crowe (born, 12 Oct 1952). -------------------------------------------------------------------<10> Ann Margaret Crowe (died, age five) -------------------------------------------------------------------<11> Laura Alice Crowe (died, age 2) -------------------------------------------------------------------<12> William Crowe (died at birth) --------------------------------------------------------------------


77 (6) James Wesley LAMB (born, 24 Apr 1896 - died, 13 Mar 1964, buried in the Hunt Cemetery on Barnes Mountain) James was the son of George Lamb and Emily Robertson. His first marriage was to Edith ARVIN (born, 26 Apr 1902, in Estill County died, 02 Mar 1928 of pneumonia after childbirth.) She was the daughter of Ada STEP and Robert Christopher ARVIN. James and Edith made their home in Estill County, KY. Edie is buried in the Hunt Cemetery....................... [5 Children] James second marriage was to Agnes GRACE. Agnes is also buried in the Hunt Cemetery..[7 Children] -----------------------------------------------------------------<1> Embry Lamb (born, Apr 1918 - died, Mar 1919, during the flu epidemic of 1918.) -----------------------------------------------------------------<2> Herman Christopher Lamb (born, 28 Jan 1920) Marriage, 06 Dec 1941, to Hazel AINES (born, 17 Oct 1924). Herman served in WW II. He is a graduate of Eastern State and worked for the Health Department of Estill County most of his adult life......... [1 Child] /1/ Albert Wesley Lamb (born, 14 Mar 1946) Marriage, 08 Dec 1962, to Judy Golden WELLS (born, 13 May 1946, of Clark County, KY)....................... [2 Children] *1* Gary Franklin Lamb (19 Aug 1964). *2* Kathy Lamb (21 Aug 1965). -----------------------------------------------------------------<3> George Brock Lamb (born, 21 Oct 1922 - died, 05 Dec 1981) Marriage, 03 Nov 1942, to Hazel WAGERS (born, 28 Dec 1923). Brock was a veteran of WW 11............ [2 Children]


78 /1/ George Brock Lamb, Jr., (born, 11 Nov 1943) Married, 16 Jan 1965, Elizabeth Ann JUDD (born, 12 Sep 1946, Lee County, KY.) /2/ Anthony Cecil Lamb (born, 13 Sep 1946) Married, 24 Apr 1965, to Sandra BILLINGS (born, 31 Jul 1946, Estill County, KY.) --------------------------------------------------------------<4> Bessie Marie Lamb (born, 24 Feb 1924) Married, 10 Jan 1942, to Vernon EVANS (born, 23 Aug 1917). Bessie Marie and Vernon have two adopted daughters. /1/ Linda Kay Evans . /2/ Kimberly Jane Evans. --------------------------------------------------------------<5> Pliney Agnes Lamb (born, 27 Feb 1928 - died, 02 Apr 1928). Pliney was born pre-mature. Her mother, Edie, contracted double pneumonia and died after the birth of baby Pliney. Pliney died a few weeks later. --------------------------------------------------------------Agnes Grace and James Lamb's children were: --------------------------------------------------------------<6> Paul Lamb who married ---- HOOVER. <7> James Lamb, Jr. <8> Alberta Lamb who married ---- WORTH. <9> Jessie Lamb. <10> Norman Lamb. <11> Brenda Lamb. <12> Dawson Lamb. ------------------------------------------------------------------(7) Malcolm LAMB, the seventh child of George LAMB and Emily ROBERTSON, married Bessie CHRISMAN.


79 NANCY ELIZABETH ROBERTSON and WILLIAM J. SPARKS ========================================= [6]

NANCY ELIZABETH ROBERTSON (born 1861, in Kentucky) was the sixth child of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON. Her marriage, 22 February 1883, was to William J. SPARKS, the son of Malinda J. and Joseph SPARKS of Estill County, KY. The marriage was performed in the home of Nancy's parents by A. R. BRYANT. William's brother, Benjamin SPARKS, and Julias C. BRYANT were witnesses. [I have a copy of their marriage certificate and license which is all I have been able to learn about them as they moved away from Estill County to live. Nancy's brother, William ROBERTSON, married William Sparks' sister, Susie. Susie and William also moved from Estill, so it may be that the two families, brothers and sisters, moved away together. They may have moved west as many of the young people did at that time.] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------


80 CLARA ROBERTSON and JULIUS CORNEALIUS BRYANT ========================================= [7] CLARA ROBERTSON (born, 06 Nov 1863, in Kentucky,) the daughter of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON, who were both from North Carolina. She died in Wagersville, Estill County, Kentucky, 11 June 1938. Clara's marriage, 26 April 1894, was to Julius Cornealius BRYANT, (born, 19 May 1865) the son of Mary E. JOHNSON and Allen Riley BRYANT. Julius died 15 Dec 1937........... [5 Children] This was Julius' second marriage. ======================================= (1) Ethel Bryant (4) Lewis Bryant (2) Della Bryant (5) Lola Bryant (3) Elmer Bryant ======================================= (1) Ethel Bryant (born, 29 Jan 1895 - died, 07 Jul 1956). Married, 22 Dec 1922, to Ernest B. CROWE, (born, 05 Feb 1898, Estill County, KY............................[5 Children] <1> Pansy Crowe. (died, 18 Sep 1988). <2> Anita Crowe. <3> Leo Crowe. <4> Elmo Crowe. <5> Bazel Crowe. (born, 09 Mar 1924). ======================================= (2) Della Bryant (born, 31 Jul 1897 - died, 09 Aug 1968). Married, Hobart FARTHING. =======================================


81 (3) Elmer Bryant (born, 26 Nov 1900 - died, 08 Dec 1962). ======================================= (4) Lewis Bryant (born, 27 Mar 1904). Never married. ======================================= (5) Lola Bryant (born, 20 Feb 1907 - died, 12 Aug 1995) Married, 27 Oct 1927, to Hobart WALTON (born, 21 Apr 1903 died, 24 Oct 1968)............ [2 Children]. /1/ Junita Walton (born, 09 Aug 1928). Married, 01 May 1947, to Robert STATOR. +1+ Patty Stator, married to --- McGraph. +2+ Sandy Stator, married to Ed Estore. +3+ Bobby Stator, married to --- Ginger. +4+ Donna Stator, married to --- Koger. ===================================== /2/ Audrey Walton (born, 04 Mar 1930). Married, 27 May 1947, to Ernest PHONIX. +1+ Larry Phonix (05 Oct 1949) Married, to Teresa MAYS.


82 RACHEL ROBERTSON and McCAGER LAMB ======================================= [8] Rachel ROBERTSON, a twin to Clara Robertson who married Julius Bryant, was (born, 06 Nov 1863 - died, 02 Mar 1935) the daughter of Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON from North Carolina. Rachel died while on a visit to the home of her twin, Clara Bryant, near Wagersville, Kentucky. Since her husband's death, Rachel had been living with her neice, Mary Robertson ARVIN, at Noland, Kentucky. Rachel's marriage, 24 Dec 1901, was to McCager LAMB, a brother to Emely Robertson's husband, George, and the son of Dawson LAMB of Rockcastle County, KY. McCager was born in Tennessee and died, 18 Aug 1932, in Estill County, Kentucky. Both he and Rachel are buried in the Robertson/Walton Cemetery, Noland, KY.........[They had no children].


83 JAMES DANIEL ROBERTSON ========================================= [9] James Daniel (Jim) ROBERTSON (born in May 1869) to Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON in Estill County, KY. He married twice and moved away from Estill County sometime after 1900 to live. In the 1910 Estill County Census James' children from his first marriage were living with their grandparents, Diannah and Lewis SPARKS. It can be assumed that he made his move to Montgomery County, Kentucky, between 1900 and 1910. James' first marriage, 12 Nov 1891, was to Sarah Bell SPARKS, (born, 21 June 1871 - died, 06 Feb 1905). The daughter of Diannah and Lewis SPARKS. James and Sarah had .................. [4 Children] James' second marriage was to Kate DAMRELL. They had...................[four or five children] ======================================= (1) Malcomb Robertson (born in June 1885). (2) Lena Robertson (born, 27 May 1894 died, 02 Jan 1975). (3) Robert Robertson (born, Aug 1897). (4) Tildon Robertson (born in 1901). (5) Roy Robertson (Roy died in his teens). (6) Opal Robertson Married to --- Shepard. (7) Roscoe Robertson. (8) Delbert Robertson.


84 GEORGE WESLEY ROBERTSON LENA OVERBY (OVERBAY?) ========================================= [10] George Wesley ROBERTSON was the tenth and last child born (about 1867/8) in Estill County, Kentucky, to Elizabeth Haynes STOKES and Berry Hensley ROBERTSON, who moved from North Carolina to Jackson County, Kentucky. He married LENA OVERBY (Overbay).


85 CENSUS of HONSEFER ROBERTSON and FAMILY ========================================= 1850 Clay Co. KY 1860 Jackson Co. KY -------------------------------------------------Honsefer Robertson 28 Honsefer Robertson 35 Elizabeth (Garland) 26 Elizabeth 34 Solomon 5 Solomon 17 Sarah 3 Sarah (Susan) 15 Mary 1 Mary 13 James 11 William 9 Amanda 7 Nancy 5 ----------------- -------------------------------------------------1870 Jackson Co. KY 1880 Jackson Co. KY -------------------------------------------------------------------Honsefer Robertson 50 Honsefer Robertson 56 Elizabeth 43 Elizabeth 53 (Sarah not named?) Sarah (Susan) 36 Mary A. 21 Mary (Polly) 33 James C. 19 (James gone) William 16 (William m. 1877) Amanda E. 12 (Amanda gone) Nancy 10 (Nancy m. 1876) Martha M. 8 (Martha m. 1879) Dianah 2 Diana 11 Leonades 8 ---------------------------------------------------------------------Solomon Robertson---No record after Civil War. [I have tried to get Solomon's Pension records but have been unable to do so.] Sarah---No record found after census of 1880. Mary (Polly)---Married Isaac Dean in 1884. James---Not in Jackson census after 1870. William---Married Kizziah Robertson in 1877. Amanda---No record found after 1870 census. Nancy---Married Solomon Garland in 1876. Martha---Married Franklin Robertson in 1879. Dianah---No record found after census of 1880. Leonades---No record found after census of 1880.


86 ELIZABETH GARLAND and HONSEFER ROBERTSON ========================================= A-2

HONSEFER ROBERTSON was a young man of eighteen years or so when he married ELIZABETH GARLAND in Clay County, Kentucky. Marriage bond dated: 10 Feb 1842. Honsefer was born in and grew up in Buncombe County, North Carolina. His Father was David Robertson. His Mother was an Indian whose name we do not know. Family legend says that she was a full Cherokee but as there were also other Indians in that part of North Carolina, we are not sure of this. Honsefer was one of five brothers and at least one sister born to the Indian Mother. It was not until after the death of their Mother that they moved to Kentucky, about 1835. Honsefer was my great grandfather and a brother to Berry Robertson, who was also my great grandfather. Honsefer's daughter, Martha Magdalene, married Berry's son, Franklin. It is difficult to ascertain who is older, Honsefer or Berry. The census sometimes gives Berry's age as older and sometimes Honsefers. Honsefer married ELIZABETH GARLAND, the daughter of SOLOMAN GARLAND of Clay County, Kentucky. Elizabeth may have been born in Knox County, KY, although censuses say Tennessee. Solomon, her father, had already moved to Knox County from Tennessee before the 1820 census was taken. Elizabeth was born about 1826 or 1827. Honsefer and Elizabeth's marriage bond, dated, 10 Feb 1842, was in the sum of fifty pounds and signed by Honsefer. Solomon Garland gave his permission for the marriage in person.


87 Elizabeth's Mother died when she was young. After the death of her Mother she may have been reared by her grandparents, SUSANNAH and JOHN GARLAND. A girl of Elizabeth's age was listed in the census by Susannah and John Garland long after Susannah could have had a child that age. Also, Elizabeth was given a gift by her grandfather, John Garland, of her clothes (as though the grandparents had been buying them) and other things as shown in the following court order record of 1840. ---------------------------------------------------------------------193 5 Sep 1840 Clay County, Ky. John Garland, Sr., of Clay County gives and bequeaths to his grandaughter, Elizabeth Garland one good bed, two good bed quilts, two good pillows, one good bedstd, six good sheep, and one good cow and calf, and all her wearing clothes - "This is my gift, wish and desire". -------------------------Wit: J. Hibbard, Solomon Garland Clerk: Samuel Ensworth for William Williams -----------------------------------------------------------------Elizabeth and Honsefer lived in Clay County for about ten years after they were married. About 1853 they moved to Jackson County, Kentucky. There is a record of the birth of one of their sons, WILLIAM ROBERTSON, (born, 06 July 1853) on Wild Dog Creek in Owsley County, Kentucky. Honsfer's father, David's home, was located on upper Wild Dog Creek in Owsley County. Of course this does not preclude the possibility that Honsefer's family could have had a home on that branch of Wild Dog at that time but Honsefer and Elizabeth were young and I believe that this may have been a stop over


88 for them when they moved from Clay County to Jackson County to live. The area to which they moved in Jackson was Clover Bottom in the Sand Gap Area on the west side of the county. That was all the way across the county from where David lived on Wild Dog Creek on the east side of the county. If this was a stop over on the way during the move from Clay County to Jackson it would have given Elizabeth a chance to give birth to son William and to recuperate before moving into a new or different home. I found no record in the form of a deed that Honsefer ever owned any land. The census of 1860 and 1870 show that he had real estate as well as personal. It is difficult to place his home in Jackson County except that his family was listed in the Coyle District in the 1870, U. S. Census. Many of the records of Jackson County have been lost. I was told the Court House in McKee had burned three different times. Elizabeth (Garland) Robertson was still alive when the 1880 Census was taken. Honsefer did not die until after 1891. No exact death dates are known. ========================================= For more information on the GARLAND FAMILY see the RELATED FAMILY SECTION. ========================================= My brother, Luther, and I searched for the graves of Elizabeth and Honsefer but never found them. They probably had unmarked stones. An old man whom Luther talked to in Jackson County told him that he thought that Honsefer's family was buried in a cemetery in an area which could have included two cemeteries, one of which was the Dean Cemetery. Since we couldn't find a marked stone we are not sure which cemetery was the correct one.


89 Since writing the above I have heard from EDDIE ROBINSON of Lexington, Kentucky, (also a descendant of David Robertson) that there is a cemetery on the farm where David lived. The cemetery developed when the youngest child of Nancy and David died and was buried on the farm about 1854. It may be that Honsefer and Elizabeth were buried there as the cemetery became a family cemetery. ===========================================


90 FOLLOWING are the CHILDREN of ELIZABETH (GARLAND) and HONSEFER ROBERTSON . ========================================= [1] Solomon Robertson [6] Amanda E. Robertson [2] Sarah (Susan) Robertson [7] Nancy Robertson [3] William Robertson [8] Martha Magdalene [4] Mary A. (Polly) Robertson Robertson [9] Dianah Robertson [5] James Robertson [10] Leonades Robertson =========================================== ELIZABETH and HONSEFER had ten children. I have found the marriage of only four of them. Following is the information found to date. ----------------------------------------------------------------------[1]

Solomon ROBERTSON (born about 1843) was apparently named for his grandfather, SOLOMON GARLAND. He enlisted in the Civil War, Union side, 27 Nov 1862, Estill County, Kentucky, Co. H, 14th Kentucky Cavalry. As stated before I have tried to get his Pension records but have not been able to do so. There is no record of Solomon in Jackson County Census after the Civil War. He may have gone west to live as many of the young men did at that time. =========================================== [2] Sarah (Susan) ROBERTSON (born about 1845 in Clay County) No more is known about Sarah. =========================================== [3] Mary A. (Polly) ROBERTSON (born in March 1850) according to the 1900 Census in Clay County. She married, 03 Sep 1884, ISAAC DEAN, born in June 1827. Mary died in 1925 and was buried in the Dean Cemetery in Clover Bottom, Jackson County.


91 In the 1900 census, two nieces were living in the home of Mary and Isaac in the Horse Lick District, Number 4, Precinct. They were: ----------------------------------------(1) Margaret (Maggie) Garland (20) born in May 1880. (2) Nora E. Garland (17) born in April 1883. (These were the daughters of Mary's sister, NANCY, and her husband SOLOMON GARLAND. What happened to their parents, Nancy and Solomon?) =========================================== [4]

James ROBERTSON (born about 1849 in Clay County, KY) No more information on James.

=========================================== [5]

William ROBERTSON (born, 06 July 1853, in Owsley County, on Wild Dog Creek) married his cousin Kizziah ROBERTSON, 09 March 1877, the daughter of Margaret HUGHES and James O. ROBERTSON, son of David Robertson and his Indian wife. Kizziah died between 1895 and 1900. They lived in the Horse Lick District of Jackson County......... [7 Children] (1) Nancy Belle Robertson--b. @1878. (m. Jesse P. Whicker, 18 Mar 1897) (2) John G. Robertson--b. 08 Jan 1879. (3) Charles G. Robertson--b. 10 Aug 1880. (4) Laura E. Robertson--b. 10 Mar 1883. (m. --- Waard, 1906) (5) James L. Robertson--b. 06 Mar 1885. (6) Martha Jane Robertson--b. 30 Jul 1887. (7) Lillian Robertson--b. May 1895. (m. --- Estep, 1913) =========================================== [6] Amanda E. ROBERTSON (born about 1855 in Jackson County, KY) No more is known about Amanda. ===========================================


92 [7] Nancy ROBERTSON (born about 1857 in Jackson County) married, 03 August 1876, her cousin, SOLOMON GARLAND of Clay County, son of ELIZABETH BOWLING and JAMES GARLAND. They made their home in Estill County, KY. The last record I found of Nancy and Solomon was in the 1880 Census. They were very young just getting started in life. Solomon Garland 27 Nancy (Robertson) 19 Charles A. Garland (son) 02 Maggie A. Garland (da) 1 month They were not in the Estill County Census of 1900. As entered earlier, two of their daughters were living with their Aunt Mary, wife of Isaac Dean, in Jackson County. What happened to Nancy and Solomon Garland? Were there more children than Charles, Maggie and Nora? Did somthing happen to their parents, Nancy and Solomon? ========================================= [8] Martha Magdalene ROBERTSON (born, 30 Jan 1862, Jackson County) married, 30 January 1879, to FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON, a first cousin and the son of ELIZABETH (STOKES) and BERRY ROBERTSON. They made their home in Estill County, KY. ..................................... [2 Children] (1) Mary Susan Robertson (born, 14 Jun 1880). (2) A baby born about 1882. Martha Magdalene died with the birth of this baby. She and the baby were buried in Jackson County in a cemetery which is not known except that it may have been located in the Clover Bottom area or on the farm of her grandfather, David Robertson. =========================================== For more about the family of MARTHA MAGDALENE and FRANKLIN see FRANKLIN PATTERSON ROBERTSON. ===========================================


93 [9] Dianah ROBERTSON (born about 1869 in Jackson County) No more information on Dianah. =========================================== [10] Leonades ROBERTSON (born about 1872 in Jackson County) No more is known about Leonades.


94 ELIJAH WILBURN ROBERTSON ========================================== A-3 ELIJAH WILBURN ROBERTSON (born, @1828) was the third son of David Robertson of Wild Dog Creek. ======================================= My Mother told me that her grandfathers, Honsefer and Berry Robertson, called Elijah by the nickname, "Nija". -----------------------------------------------------======================================= There were two young men by the name of ELIJAH in that area. One in Laurel County and one in Clay. The Elijah ROBERTSON of Laurel County, Kentucky, had three children in the 1850 census. They were Thomas, born @1846; Margaret, born @1847; and Charles, born @1848. His wife's first name was Nancy. ========================================== The Elijah Wilburn ROBERTSON of Clay County, KY, born (@1826/7) married Mary Ann Robertson, daughter of David Robertson of Madison and Clay Counties and Allie Allen Robertson. Their children in the 1860 Clay County Census were: Drucilla, age 09; Henry, age 07; David F. was born in 1861. Also living in the home of Mary Ann and Elijah in 1860 were two of the children of Julius and Margaret (Holcombe) Robertson. Their names were Sarah and Milus. James Welch, who prepared the 1860 census used, listed this Elijah as the son of Julius and Margaret (Holcombe) Robertson. Julius and Margaret (Holcombe) Robertson must have died in the latter part of 1850, as their children were scattered around in different households before the 1860 Census was taken.


95 WILLIAM ROBERTSON AND SUSAN SPIVEY ========================================= A-4

WILLIAM ROBERTSON (born @1828, Buncombe County, N. C.) the son of David Robertson and his Indian wife, married, Susan (SPIVEY?) ((born about 1827 or 1828). They had at least six children. ========================================= [1] Nancy E. Robertson (born, @1852). [2] David Robertson (born, @1853 - died, 1854 of measles. [3] Lucy Robertson (born, @1854). [4] Julia Robertson (born, @1856). [5] Martha Robertson (born, @1858). [6] Mary N. Robertson (born, @1859). =========================================

SUSAN ROBERTSON, Daughter of David Robertson ========================================= A-5

SUSAN ROBERTSON (born @1829) is the only female child of David’s first marriage of which there is record. She died about 1832/4 which may have been before the move of David’s family to Kentucky. Eddie Robertson of Lexington, Kentucky, said that his great uncle told him about Susan.


96 JAMES A. ROBERTSON and MARGARET HUGHES ========================================= A-6 James A. ROBERTSON, (born, 17 Feb 1833, on Long Branch of Big Ivy River, Buncombe Co., N. C., died, 16 Jan 1912, in Kentucky) the son of David Robertson and his Indian wife. James is buried at Green Hall, Jackson County, Ky. on the farm which his father owned. James married, 29 Dec 1857, in Owsley County, Margaret HUGHES from Tennessee. I don't know Margaret's birth or death date but she was not in the 1870 census. ............ [5 Children.] ========================================= [1] Kizziah Robertson [2] Charles B. Robertson [3] Merida T. Robertson

[4] Martha A. Robertson [5] Caleb S. Robertson

========================================= [1] Kizziah ROBERTSON (born, @1859) married, 09 Mar 1877, William ROBERTSON (born, 1853 in Owsley County) her cousin and son of Elizabeth Garland and Honsefer Robertson. Kizziah died before 1900. (1) Nancy Belle Robertson (born, 1878) married 18 Mar 1897, to Jesse P. Whicke (born, Oct 1876). He came from Tennessee. (2) John G. Robertson (born, 08 Jan 1879). (3) Charles G. Robertson (born, 10 Aug 1880). (4) Laura E. Robertson (born, 10 Mar 1883). Laura married --- Ward in 1906. (5) James L. Robertson (born, 06 Mar 1885). (6) Martha Jane Robertson (born, 30 Jul 1887). (7) Lillian Robertson (born, May 1895). Lillian married --- Estep in 1913. =========================================


97 [2]

Charles B. ROBERTSON (born, 16 Jan 1861 died, 23 Sep 1951, buried in Berea Cemetery, Berea, Kentucky). Charles parents were James and Margaret Robertson. He married Betty FOWLER (born, 28 Sep 1861 - died, 04 Jan 1913) Betty is also buried in Berea Cemetery.........................[10 children] -------------------------------------------------------------------(1) (2) (3) (4)

Margaret Robertson (b. 1883 - d. 29 Jul 1885). Luther T. Robertson (b. 1885 - d. 11 Mar 1911). Lucy Catherine Robertson. Isaac Asborn "Audy" Robertson (b. 22 Nov 1889 d. 10 Jul 1957). (5) Fanny Robertson. (6) Samuel Jacob Robertson (b. 1891 - d. 1967). (7) Louis Etta "Lois" Robertson (b. 28 Dec 1895). "Lois" married John Dougherty. (8) Hiram Robertson. (9) Mollie Frances Robertson. (10) James Schrivner Robertson. ======================================= [3] Merida T. ROBERTSON born about 1866 to James and Margaret Robertson. No further record. ========================================= [4]

Martha A. Robertson born about 1871 to James and Margaret Robertson. There are two marriages listed for Martha in the same year. I am going to list both of them and hope that some descendant will let me know which is correct. In "Owsley County Marriagesâ&#x20AC;? by Robert L. Smith, is recorded a marriage, 13 Sep 1897, between Napoleon B. Shepherd and Martha Robertson, daughter of James. In the 1900 Census of Jackson County, is a notation that Martha Robertson and Grant Madden were married, 14 Mar 1897.


98 For the year 1900 the census reads as follows: ROBERTSON, James--age 67, born, Feb 1833. MADDEN, Martha Ann (Robertson)--age 29, born, 27 Mar 1871--daughter of James. MADDEN, General Grant--age 22, born, 30 Mar 1878, son-in-law of James. MADDEN, Hugh F.--age 2, born, 27 Dec 1897. MADDEN, Lucy Jane--age 1, born, 06 Jan 1899. =========================================

[5]

Caleb ROBERTSON (born, 1874, to JAMES A. ROBERTSON and Margaret HUGHES. Caleb S. ROBERTSON is the grandfather of Eddie Robinson of Lexington, Kentucky.


99 MARY (POLLY) ROBERTSON =========================================== A-7 Mary "Polly" ROBERTSON (born, @1838) married, Julius Spivey about 1858. Polly's mother, Nancy Carter Robertson, was living in the home of Polly and Julius when the 1870 Census of Jackson County was taken. She was seventy-three years old. Polly's father, David Robertson, had died a few years earlier. The family of Polly and Julius Spivey is listed below. -------------------------------------------------=================================== [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

Vianna Spivey born about 1859. William Spivey born about 1861. Mahala J. Spivey born about 1867. Nancy Spivey born about 1870. Samuel P. Spivey born about 1875. Martha F. Spivey born about 1877.


100 MANERVA ROBERTSON and JEREMIAH FOWLER ========================================= A-8 Manerva ROBERTSON was born in February 1843 according to the 1900 census. She was the daughter of Nancy Carter and David Robertson. Manerva married about 1862, Jeremiah "Jerry" W. FOWLER, born in February 1847. Following are their children according to the 1870 and 1880 censuses. ========================================= [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

Isaac Fowler born about 1867. Nancy Fowler born about 1868. James Fowler born about 1870. Edah Fowler born about 1872. Lewis Fowler born about 1873/4. Hiram Fowler born in Dec 1876. Elizabeth Ann Fowler born in 1880. John Fowler born in January 1887.


101 David Robertson ELIZABETH, HENRY and DRUCILLA ROBERTSON =========================================== A-9 Elizabeth ROBERTSON, born about 1843/4, was the daughter of Nancy Carter and David Robertson of Jackson County. She married George RADER. =========================================== A-10 Henry ROBERTSON, the young son of Nancy Carter and David Robertson, was still at home, age sixteen, in the 1860 census. According to "A HISTORY of EARLY KENTUCKY FAMILIES", a book in the Old Capitol Annex Building, in Frankfort, Kentucky, Henry built a raft which he sailed down the Kentucky River to the Ohio River on his way to Missouri to live. =========================================== A-11 Drucilla ROBERTSON was the youngest child of Nancy and David Robertson. She died the 25th October 1852, of the flu and is buried in the cemetery on the old home place in Green Hall, Jackson, Kentucky, which belonged to her parents, Nancy and David Robertson.


102 GREENHALL, KENTUCKY (On Wild Dog Creek) The home where Nancy and David ROBERTSON raised their family was located in the small community of Greenhall, Kentucky, in Jackson County. When they purchased the land the community of Greenhall was not in existence. The property was just “140 acres on Wild Dog Creek in Clay County”. Eddie ROBINSON of Lexington, Kentucky, writes me that Greenhall is a small community on Kentucky Highway #30 in Jackson County, between Tyner in Jackson County and Booneville in Owsley County about 1/2 mile from the Owsley County line. It was on this farm that the Cemetery where most of the Robertsons were buried was established.


103 **** JULIUS ROBERTSON **** ======================================== Julius Robertson, believed to be David Robertson's brother, moved his family from Buncombe County, North Carolina, to Clay County, Kentucky in the 1840's. He was in the Buncombe County census of 1840 and in the 1850 Census (#551) of Clay County. Both Julius and his wife, Margaret (Holcomb), died in the latter part of 1850. ======================================== In the 1850 Census Julius and Margaret (Holcomb) Robertson had the following children at home. Julius Robertson Age 44 -- N.C. Farmer Margaret (Holcomb) " 54 -- S.C. Elisha " 21 -- N.C. William " 21 -- N.C. Patsy " 19 -- N.C. Milus " 16 -- N.C. Charles " 13 -- KY. Sarah " 9 -- KY. ----------------------------------------------------------------1860 Census of Clay County: Sarah and Milus Robertson were living in the home of Mary Ann and their brother or cousin, Elijah Robertson. Elisha Robertson married Patsy Robertson, 06 Jan 1851. Of William Robertson -- no further information. Patsy Robertson married, 11 Dec 1850, James H. Ball. Charles Robertson married, 03 Aug 1860, Mary McGee. ========================================= Elijah Robertson and Mary Ann Robertson had three three children in 1860; Drucilla, 9, Henry, 7, and Margaret Margaret A.,3. Also a son, David, born in 1861.


ROBERTSON INDEX


ROBERTSON Alica 45 Amanda E. 85, 90, 91 Ancildean 44 Barbara 46 Belinda Sue 44 Bernice 51, 54 Berry 2, 3, 7, 10, 12, 13 , 14 15, 20, 23, 70, 79, 80, 82, 83 84, 86 Berry Irving 24, 25, 27, 51 Betty 43, 47 Boneva 51, 52 Brenda Kay 47 Brenda Lou 44 Brian Wayne 54 Bruce 46 Burnam Lee 44 C. (Clara) Louise 55, 57 Calab 40, 96, 98 Calvin Lee 52 Carol 52 Carolyn 64 Catherine 11 Charles 5, 103 Charles B. 96, 97 Charles G. 91, 96 Chris Boe 65 Cinderella 44 Clara 14, 15, , 80 Clara Alice 24, 25, 28, 61 Coffa 43 Coffa Etta 45 Connie 43, 48 Dale 51 Danny 64 Darrel Andrew 57 Darrel Lee 57

David 2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 44 67, 87, 95, 96, 100, 101, 102, 103 Debra 51 Dennis 51, 53 Dennis James 50 Delbert 51, 53, 83 Delbert David 53 Delmer 51, 53 Destiny 54 Dewey 47 Dianah 85, 90, 92 Diana Mary 50 Donald 51, 54 Donna Lynn 54 Dorene 46 Doris Irene 39 Dorothy 55 Dorothy Susan 56 Douglas 54 Drucilla 7, 10, 12, 101 Eddie L. 8, 11, 95, 102 Edith K. 64, 66 Edward 46 Edwina Sue 56 Elijah 94 Elijah Wilburn (Nija) 7, 10, 12, 94 Elisha 103 Elizabeth 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 21 87, 101 Ella Katherine 39, 41 Ellen Faye 46 Emily 14, 15, 70 Fanny 97 Franklin Patterson 2, 3, 14, 15, 20 22, 23, 31, 35, 49, 51, 55, 58, 61, 63, 86 Fredrick Paul 66


Gay 44 Gary 53 Gary Lee 44 George Wesley 14, 15, 84 Gerald Franklin 39, 40 Geraldean 46 Gina Colleen 54 Ginger 47 Gregory Allen 53, 66 Harry 43 Henry 7, 10, 12, 101 Herbert William 46 Hiram 97 Honsefer 7, 10, 12, 20, 23, 86 87, 96 Howard 43, 45 Ima May 43, 45 Indian Wife 8, 10, 13 Isaac Asborn “Audy” 97 Jacob 45 James 7, 10, 12, 46, 85, 90, 91, 97 James A. 96, 98 James Christopher 24, 25, 27, 49 James Daniel 14, 15, 20, 83 James Franklin 42 James Glyndon 39, 42 James H. 43 James Herbert 44 James L. 91, 96 James (Pete) 49, 50 James Schrivner 97 James Todd 65 Janet 64, 66 Jason Daniel 65 Jennifer Jo 65 Jerry F. 40 Jesse Marie 42 Joe Etta 45

John G. 91, 96 Jonathan 40 Josephine 44 Joshua 45, Joshau Allen 52 Joyce 40 Joyce Ann 45 Judy 40 Julia 95 Julius 5, 6, 11, 94, 103 Karen 53, Karen Sue 54 Kathy 53 Kerry Elizabeth 57 Kizziah 96 Laura E. 91, 96 Laura Veney 57 Lena 83 Leonades 85, 90, 92 Leslie 55 Leslie Darrel 56 Linda Darlene 53 Linda Sue 46 Lillian 91, 96 Lisa Ann 65 Loarnzel 44 Lois 40 Loren Gail 56 Lorena A. 55, 57 Louis Etta 97 Lucy 95, 97 Luther 97 Lyle 51 Malcomb 83 Manerva 7, 10, 12, 100 Margaret 97 Margaret (Holcombe) 94, 103 Marietta 19 Mark Steven 48 Martha 95, 96, 98


Martha Ann 14, 15, 17 Martha Jane 91, 96 Martha Magdalene 20, 21, 23, 31 85, 86, 90, 92 Martin Luther 24, 25, 39 Mary 85, 90 Mary C. 43 Mary Christian 48 Mary Edith 49 Mary N. 95 Mary (Polly) 7, 10, 12, 99 Mary Susan 21, 24, 26, 31, 32 33, 35, 36, 37, 92 Marvin 64, 66 Melissa 46 Merida T. 96, 97 Michelle Renee 66 Mildred 55 Milford 43, 47 Milford Leo 24, 27, 32 43, 46 47 Milus 103 Molly Frances 49, 50, 97 McKager Lee 24, 27, 28, 64, 65 Nancy 5, 8, 9, 10, 43, 48, 85 90, 92 Nancy Belle 91, 96 Nancy Carter 99, 100, 101, 102 Nancy E. 95 Nancy Elizabeth 14, 15, 79 Nanny Mae 44 Nathaniel Wayne 66 “Nija” 94 (See Elijah Wilburn) Opal 83 Parrot J. 43, 48 Patricia Elaine 42 Patricia Lynn 49 Patsy 103

Paul 51, 52 Peggy Ann 40 Perlie Almer 24, 25, 28, 29, 63 Priscilla 5 Rachel 14, 15, 21, 82 Rachel Edith 24, 25, 68 Ragnal Anita 66 Randy 53 Regina 51, 52 Reginald 64, 65 Rhoda 53 Ricky Wayne 46 Robert 19, 83 Robert Wayne 49 Roger 44 Roscoe 83 Rose Mary 50 Roy 40, 83 Russell 5 Samuel 5 Samuel Jacob 97 Samuel Patterson 67 Sandra 44, 56, 64, 66 Sandra Ann 49 Sara Elizabeth 67 Sarah 5, 43, 85, 90, 103 Sarah S. 14, 15, 16 Serilda 19 Sheila Fay 44 “Sister” 26 Sheryl 53 Steve 43, 47 Steven Mathiue 66 Solomon 85, 90 Sonia 40 Susan 7, 10, 12, 95 Tammy 44 Tanya Ann 48 Teddy 44 Thelma 43, 47


Theodore Marvin 66 Tildon 83 Timothy Allen 52 Valentine 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 Vernida Ann 64 Vicky 53 Vicky Mitchell 48 Viola Elizabeth 24, 25, 28, 58 Viola Margaret 39, 41 Wayne 49 William 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, 55, 85, 87, 90, 91, 95, 96, 103 William C. 55 William Curt 57 William David 14, 15, 19 William F. 43 William Franklin (Billy) 32, 46 William Thornton 24, 25, 27, 57 Wilma Elizabeth 64, 65 Zackary Mathue 67 Zoae 19


ABNEY, Danny 48 Reva 48 AINES, Hazel 77 ALCORN, Tom 25 ARVIN, Arlie B. 18 August Virgil 18 Carla 17, 18 Christopher N. 15, 17 Debra 37, 38 Donna 37, 38 Edith 77 George 18 James William 17, 18 Luther Marcum 31, 37 Mary A 17 Mary Ann 37 Mary Jane 71 Merrill Benton 17, 18 Nancy 55, 58, 64 Nancy Elizabeth 15, 43, 61, 63 Nathaniel Thornton 31 Nellie 18 Newton Murel 17 Opal Dean 31, 36 Robert Christopher 31, 35, 37 Robert Clay 17 Thelma 37 Thomas Berry 17 Thomas Green 17 BABER, Amanda 50 Jamie 50 James 50 Jeanette 50 Nancy 50 Philip Scott 50 William (Bill) 49, 50 BACOME, Mary Lue 57 BAKER, Jessie 64 Reada 34 Susan 55

BALL, James 103 BARKER, Cathy 59 Carolyn 59 Elizabeth 59 Judy 59 Martha 59 Mary 59 Michael 59 Norma 58 Owen 59 Rebecca 59 Sarah 59 Sheila 40 Silas 58, 59 Viola 59 Virginia 59 BARNETT, Angie 46 Jonathan 46 Michael 46 BARRETT, Emma Jean 34 Minnie 43, 47 BAUMGARTER, Amy 62 BEAN, Hugh 72 Kristen 72 Kyle 72 BECKELHYMER, Ancil 40, 44 Joanna 44 Sue E. 40 BECKETT, Adam 62 Amanda 62 Barbara 62 Charles 62 Derick 62 Eric 62 Janet 62 BECKLER, Achilles 50 David 50 Elmer 50 Jeffrey 50 Louise 50 Sandra 50 BISHOP, Mark 59 BLACK, George 45 Jermey 45


BLANKSHIP, Nicole 52 Timothy 52 BONINSEGNA, Anna 56 Robert 56 BOTCHUCK, Anthony 36 Austin William 36 Melissa 58 Steve 58 BOWLIN, James 72 Krista 72 Thomas 72 BRINIGER, Ralph 59 Shirley 59 BROSTEK, Anthony Luther 37 Jessica 37 Joe 37 Rebecca 37 BRUNER, John 46 BRYANT, Della 45, 80 Elmer 80 Ethel 80 Julius C. 15, 80 Lewis 80 Lola 80 Martin 59 William R. 9 CARTER, Nancy 8, 10 Steve 47 CATES, Sharon C. 39 CHANEY, Michael 48 Rachel 28, 64 Rice 64 Theresa 48 Wayne 47 CLOUSE, Jeremy Daniel 68 Joshua Stephen 68 Thomas 68 COLE, Carolyn 50 Rosetta 43 COOK, Wilhelmine 38

CORRIDEAN, Brian 48 Joe 48 COSMOS, Christopher 50 Glynn 50 COUCH, Dona Faye 52 Ernest 52 Kimberly 52 CREECH, Harriet Regina 45 Patricia Denice 45 Robert 45 CROWE, Anita 80 Ann Margaret 74 Bazel 80 Dona Dale, 74 Elmo 80 Ernest B. 80 Georgia Emily 74 Gladys Marie 74 James Malcom 74 Laura Alice 74 Leo 80 Mary Katheraine 74 Monta Pearl 74 Mitchell Dawson 74 Ollie Ann 74 Pansy 80 Vicie May 74 William 74 DAMRELL, Kate 15 DAVIDSON, Christy 64 Donald 64 Emily 64 Sara 64 Ursula 64 DEAN, Isaac 90 DICKSON, Dave 17 Dora 17 DIXON, Della 43


DONAHUE, Alec McKinney 36 Faye 60 Patric McKinney 36 Robert 36 DOUGHERTY, John DOUGLAS, Brenda 53 DOZIER, Nannie 43, 46, 47 William 43 DREW, Lydia 68 DYER, Douglas 65 Rebecca 65 EADES, Evelyn 60 EDWARDS, Herb 59 EMBREE, Roger 59 EMENZELS, Phyllis 34 ERBOUGH, Aimie 65 John 65 Megan 65 ESTES, Brenda 41 Brian 41 Bobby Dee 41 Charles 48 Cher 41 Christy 41 Eunice 44 James Ray 41 Misty 41 Obed 41 Raymond 41 Raymond, Jr. 41 Robert E. 41 FARTHING, Hobart 45, 80 Ruby Udell 45 FEIX, Deanna 65 FINKVINE, Bruce 62 Rebecca 62 FISCHER, Adolph 39 Minnie 24, 39

FLYNN, James Berthem 18 John 19 Levi, Jr. 18 FORD, Nancy 13 FOSTER, James 31, 32, 46 FOWLER, Betty 97 Edah 100 Elizabeth Ann 100 Hiram 100 Isaac 100 James 100 Jeremiah, (Jerry) W. 100 John 100 Lewis 100 Nancy 17, 100 FREEMAN, Billy 59 FRIEND, Loyd 53 FURGINSON, Brian 66 Edward 66 Rebecca 66 GABBARD, Rev. Elijah 17 GARLAND, Charles A. 92 Elizabeth 23, 86 John 87 Margaret (Maggie) 91, 92 Nora E. 91 Solomon 86, 87, 90, 91, 92 Susannah 87 GARLLE, Fredice 62 Gregory 62 Stephane 62 GILBERT, Barbara 60 Lisa 52 GILLIAM, Paul 69 HALE, Frances 60 HALL, Jeff 39 Jerry 65 Sandra Ann 39 Virgil 66


HALTERMAN, Moses 17 HAMMONS, Guane 54 HARKLEROAD, Frances 56 HARLOW, Jeanne 46 Ken 46 Kenna 46 Tara 46 HARRIS, Ollie 33 HARRISON, Brian Ray 42 Kaden Andrew 42 HENSLEY, Christopher 40 Jessie Marie 40 Larry 40 HIATT, Andrew Ryan 47 Rick 47 HOFFMAN, Julie 65 HOLCOMB, Margaret 103 HOLMES, Robert 37 Robert, Jr. 38 Tanya 38 Theodore 38 HOLT, Permelia 70 HORN, John 44 Nancy Ray 33 Noble 41 Sheila 58 HORINE, Willard 72 Floyd 72 Stanley 72 Stuart 72 HUGHES, Margaret 91 INDIAN Girl 8, 10 ISAACS, Deborah 60 Loretta 54 Mary 92 ISENBERG, Cary 38 Rebecca Susan 38

JAMESON, (Bet) Molly Elizabeth 70 Irvine 71 JASKULSHA, Frances 36 JAY, Brady 47 JOHNSON, Jerome 15, 16 B. N. 16 D. G. 16 Inez 16 Isabelle 16 Velda R. 16 JONES, Alex 76 KIRBY, Ansela 44 Jonathan 45 KITTS, Linda 59 LADY, Fanny LAKE, Rachel Robertson 16, 19 Casper 68 Christine 69 Christopher 69 Debra 68 Donald Thornton 68 Fount Jason 68 Lisa 69 Michael 69 Rhonda 68 Ronald June 68, 69 LAMB, Albert Wesley 77 Alberta 78 Anthony Cecil 78 Audie 71, 72 Bessie Marie 78 Brenda 78 Christopher 70, 73 Cynthia 18 David 71 Dawson 70, 78 Embry 77


LAMB (continued) George 15, 70, 71, 72, 77 George Brock 77, 78 Harriet 71, 72 Herman Christopher 77 Irvine Joseph 71 James 70, 78 James Wesley 77 Jesse 78 Lucinda 71 Malcolm 70 Mary Emily 71, 72 McCager 15, 82 Michael 71 Nancy 70, 73 Nettie 71, 72 Norman 78 Patricia 71 Pliney Agnes 78 Rachel 82 Ronald 71 Sally Mae 71 Sara Bell 73 Susie 71, 73 Vicie 70 Wesley 71, 73 William 70 LECHNER, Luigia 34 LEE, Erin 56 Glen Ray 56 Lavanda 42 Steve 56 LEWIS, Steven Harold 68, 69 Jessica 69 Jonathan 69 LOGSTON, Parrot 40, 44 LUCAS, Ellen 34 MADDEN, Grant 98 Hugh 98 Lucy 98 Martha Ann 98

MANNA, Lillian 31, 37 MARCUM, Casey 62 Nicole 62 Phillis 54 Wesley 62 MARSHALL of Tennessee 2 MARTIN, Karen Sue 47 Kathy 47 Jay 38 Tara 38 William 47 MARROW, Douglas 68 Valerie 68 MASTERS, Beacham 25 MATHIUE, Lushin 45 Mary Grace 45 Robert 45 McDOWELL, Lorraine 49 McGEE, Mary 103 McKINNEY, Charlotte 36 Glenn 59 McMULLEN, Denise 69 MEGAN, Charollet 50 MILLER, Casey 52 Duston 52 Randy 52 MINGE, Holly 62 Michael 62 MITCHELL, Angle Kay 48 Joe 48 Vicky 48 MOORE, Mary 58 Sonny 53 Shane 53 MORGAN, Charlotia 33 Geneta 33 James 33 Julia 33 Shirylia 33 Trina 33 MOSSELL, Mary Kaye 50


MUNCY, Mandy 25, 49 Sidney 49 MURPHY, Bobby 68 Garnie 59 NEAL, Susan 49 NEELEY, Carl Jean 39 Christopher Michael 40 Coleman 42 Dorothy Ann 42 James A. 39 James Nicholas 40 James Ray 40 Katherine Denice 39 Haborn 39 Sherry Lee 40 NELSON, Gene 42 James Michael 42 NOBLE, Cristy 47 David 47 Trish 47 William 47 OATES, Aaron 56 Carla Sue 55 Jeanne 56 Edgar 56 Kelly 56 Lelane 55 Rita Louise 56 Robbin 56 William 55, 56 OGLESBY, Boyd 63 Ova 51 Sidney 51, 63

OVERBAY, Bessie 60 Daniel 60 Delinda 60 Edith 60 Luther 60 Manford 60 Samuel 60 Jerry 60 OVERBY Lena 15, 84 Raymond 59 Raymond, Jr. 59 PACE, Alice Faye 33 Arthur 31, 33, 34 Brenda 34 Dana 34 Daren 34 Darrell 33, 34 Deane 33 Dearl 33 Debra 34 Denzil 33, 34 Dionna 34 Donald 33, 34 Donalene 34 Dorothy 34 Dorvina 34 Eva 34 Ezra Dorvin 33, 34 Gail 34 Infant Pace 35 Janice 33 Jo Noreen 33 Kietra (DeeDee) 34 Leander 31, 33 Pocahontas 31, 32, 46 Shelby 33, 34 Shelby , Jr. 34 Vicky 34 Wanda 33 William 31


PARSONS, Elizabeth 31 PATTERSON, Paul David 53 Ron 52 Ronnie 53 PECK, Michael 44 PEEL, David 38 Denise 38 Donald 38 James 38 PETERS, Elizabeth 31 Flossie 31, 33 PLOWMAN, --- 19 POTTER, Charles 4 POWELL, Beatrice 44 Eva Lena 25, 55 George Washington 55 PRATHER, David Christopher 55 David Dwight 55 Mark William 55

RILLO, Bonnie 61 Frank 61 Jacob 61 Sally 61 William 61 ROMANS, Edward Frank 31, 36 Joseph Francis 36 Frances Susan 36 Sarah Elizabeth 36 ROMINGER, Elizabeth 71 ROSE, David 37 Geneva 31, 37 ROSS, Carl 58 Crystal 58 James E. 58 RUBINO, Joseph 36 Michael Harry 36 Robin 36 William 36

RADER, David 64 Jessie 64 Julie 65 Lee 65 Mark 65 Nicholas 65 Regina 66 Roy 64 Wade 65 REECE, --- 19 RICHARDSON, Jessie 42 Mike 50 RIDDLE, Frederick 71 Helen 71 Jackie 71 James 71 Mary 71 Raymond 71 Richard 71 Teddy 71 William 71

SCOTT, Kenneth 1 SCULLY, Ann 52 SEALE, Edwin 52 SHAW, Berry 44 Brent 44 William 44 SHEEHAN, David 66 John 66 Joseph 67 Naomi 66 Timothy 67 SKINNER, Cynthia 37 SLOAN, Mattie 39 SMITH, Andrew Jackson 73 Carolea 44 Cynthia 44 Della 41 Doris 72 Judith 72 Lorraine 36


SMITH (Continued) Luther 72 Mary 73 William 44, 72 SORDAN, Freda 53 SPADAFORE, Alice 62 Denice 62 Detinda 61 Dewayne 61 Jackquelin 62 Laura Ann 62 SPANGLER, Kevin 73 Kim 73 Norma 73 SPARKS, --- 19 Joseph 19 , 79 Josephine 60 Malinda J. 19 Sarah Bell 15, 83 Susie R. 15, 19 William J. 15, 79 SPIVEY, James 9 Julius 7, 99 Mahala 7, 99 Martha F. 99 Mary Polly 7 Nancy E. 7, 99 Samuel P. 99 Vianna 7, 99 William O.B. 7, 99 STAR, Virginia 67 STEP, Floretta 46 STEPHENS, Sharon 51 STEVENS, Rece 65 STOKES, Elizabeth Haynes 13, 16 20, 28, 70, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84 William 13 SULOVAN, John 50 SUMER, David 52 Jennifer 52

TAGGART, Arveda 61 TEWART, --- 70 TOBIAS, Elverie 61 Evelyn 61 Evonne 61, 62 Douglas 61 Harry 61 Pamela 61 Patricia 61 TOMPSON, Amy 49 Christopher 49 Coty 49 Kelly 49 TUBBS, Mark 59 TUGGLES, Jacob 17 VIA, Chelsie 53 Greg 53 VANCE, Deloras 46 VAUGHN, Burton 25, 28 Rhoda 25 VOISARD, Denis J. 55 James 55 Scott 55 Steven 55 WALTON, Brenda 58 Carolin 60 Charley 60 Earl 60 Eddie 58 Franklin 58 Georgia 58 Hobart 81 James 58 James Wesley 58 Luther 28, 58 Mary Jane 59 Nancy Ann 58 Philip 58 Steven 60


WALTZ, Doris 53 WARD, --- 96 WEBB, Ernest 45 WHICKE, Jesse P. 96 WILLIAMS, Angle Cole 40 Becky 40 Clifford 40 Edgar Luther 56 WILLIS, Pearl 51 WINKLER, B. U. Jr. 45 DeAnna 54 James Beachem 46 James Bradley 46 June Etta 46 Katherine 51, 63 Margaret 54 Scotty 54 Scotty, Jr. 54 Steve Glen 46 Vina May 46 WINNER, Cathy Louise 40 WOLF, Ashley 56 Daniel 56 Douglas 56 Jennifer 56 WOODBURY, Angela 56 Douglas 56 Thomas 56



The Arvins and The Robertsons of Estill County, Kentucky