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First Generation

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1. William McCLINTOCK.

NOTE: The connection between William and Nancy McClintock and Joseph is speculation at this point. Further research is needed to verify this data.--REF, February 22, 2002.

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E-mail from Lurose Patton, dated February 21, 2002:

Dear Bob,

First I want to thank you again for your marvelous Bourbon County website and your work on the roots web Biographies, that have so tremendously helped me in finding my own family. I will search the cousins of my Joseph McClintock whose wife, Elizabeth, is not mentioned in his will of 1799 for any who married Elizabeths and who came to America or whose children came to America before 1769. If you have researched this John McClintock and his daughter, Elizabeth who may be of the appropriate age, I would be interested in what you have found.

Best Wishes, and I'll continue to watch for your Elizabeth! I strongly suspect that she may well be hidden somewhere in my family. Will send any possibilities I may find.

Incidently, William and Nancy McClintock mentioned below, are my weak link, and that's the reason I haven't mentioned them previously. I have alot on their ancestry.

Good to see your query.

Lurose (Patton)

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ELIZABETH McCLINTOCKs

of the approximate age to be Wm. McCune's wife. (b. 1738)

If a McCLINTOCK wife, husband must be deceased by 1769

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There is a John McClintock born about 1700 in Ireland whose will was filed in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. He may not have died until 1798. This John McClintock is supposedly eldest son of Wm. and Nancy McClintock who remained in Ireland. (Probably parents of Joseph McClintock who married Elizabeth Torrence); James McClintock who married Barbara ___ and came to America along with his brothers about 1740 and filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; Alexander McClintock who Wrote and filed his will 10 November 1760 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and left five children; William McClintock who filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died in March 1808; Robert McClintock who married Martha __, and filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died about March 1793.

William married Nancy.

They had the following children:

2 i. Joseph (1701-ca1799)

3 ii. John

iii. James.

iv. Robert.

4 v. Alexander (~1718-1760)

vi. William.

Second Generation

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Family of William McCLINTOCK (1) & Nancy

2. Joseph McCLINTOCK (William1).1 Joseph was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in 1701. Joseph died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, circa August 6, 1799; he was 98.

Notes on Joseph McClintock:2

William McClintock stated in deposition that he came to KY in Apr 1775 with Joseph Houston, Wm Steele, James Thomson, Henry Thomson,Wm. Miller, John Miller, Richard Clarke, Wm Nesbit, Henry Hartley, Wm. Flinn, John Shearer, Patrick Logan, and Alex. Pollock, brother of James Pollock.

Deposition taken 15 and 16 of April 1819: Deposition by William Miller states that William McClintock came with John Miller, Wm. Steele, Alexander Pollock and others in 1775 and returned to KY. William, supposedly, did not return to KY until 1784.

James McMillan stated his depostition of same date that he heard Simon Kenton, John Fleming and Jonathan McClelland and one Cooper speak of Miller’s improvement, that Wm. McClelland, Wm. Miller and Samuel Nesbit had improved about a mile or mile and quarter from Millersburg.

Will filed August 6, 1799, in Cumberland Co., PA

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Research: Joseph owned land in what was to become Toboyne twp., Perry Co., PA as early as 1755, a land record mentions his name as an adjoining property owner.

Joseph first appears on the tax rolls in 1763 as definately living in Cumberland Co. Although he may have been there earlier.

Marriages by Rev. John Linn, Centre Pres. Church, Sherman Valley, PA, include some of his children.

Joseph's will is probated in 1799, in Cumberland Co., PA

Mollie James' The McClintock Family, 1944 has a lot of material that was collected by family members in Kentucky as early as the 1890s.

David Anderson's work on Joseph McClintock's family was very helpful, his email is: dandersn@

In 1740 Joseph married Elizabeth TORRENCE, daughter of Hugh TORRENCE & Elizabeth, in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth was born circa 1723. Elizabeth died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1758; she was 35.

They had the following children:

5 i. Mary (1742-1827)

6 ii. Joseph (1744-1825)

7 iii. Daniel B. (1746-1799)

iv. Alexander. Alexander was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on September 2, 1748. Alexander died in Ross County, Ohio, on November 11, 1812; he was 64. Alexander was buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio.

Research: Much of the credit for this line goes to Bill Powell, bpow22549@

McClintock Family History by Mollie James said: ";Alexander, 'one of the two oldest boys [of Joseph McClintock]. He was apprenticed to a wheelwright to learn a trade.' He never came to Kentucky but remained in Pa.'";

His father Joseph's will, written in 1793 mentions him as his son living within hauling distance: ";I leave and bequeathe to my son Alexander such as my bed and bed clothes with my body clothes...";

Alexander McClintock is probably the Alexander McClintock who appears on the Guilford twp., Cumberland Co. tax rolls from 1767 to 1782. Henry McClintock (ca. 1730-1826) appears in the same township for most of those years. They both headed west at the same time, maybe even traveling together. Henry located in South Huntingdon twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, while Alexander located in Tyrone twp., Fayette Co., PA. These two townships were adjoining. Alexander appeared on the tax rolls from 1783 until 1797, in 1787 he was taxed for a grist mill. In this same year he received a patent from the Commonwealth of Penn. for 132 acres in Tyrone twp. on the Youghiogheny River, known as ";Boat Harbor."; Maybe Alexander had a boat?

Alexander moved into the neighborhood of the Tyrone Presbyterian Church. In this community was Alexander's uncle James Torrence, who had located there in 1772. Living near the Torrences were several other Torrence kin: Barnett Cunningham, Margery Huston, William Cunningham and Ann Clark. These folks were James Torrence's half-brothers and sisters, from Sarah's (the third wife of Hugh Torrence) first marriage to Barnett Cunningham. Also in this neighborhood were the Stewarts: Jacob, John, Abraham and David. John Stewart gave the church land to build its first meeting house in the 1780s. His brother, Jacob became a Justice of the Peace in 1787, and it was he who witnessed the deed of Alexander and Elizabeth McClintock, when they sold their land in 1797 to Abraham Stouffer [Fayette Co. Deed Book H, p. 60].

In 1797 or 1798, Alexander moved his wife and grown family of ten children west again for Ohio. According to the Pioneer Record of Ross County, Ohio, p. 88, the first settlement, in what was to become Liberty twp., was made on the High Bank Prairie in 1798, by James Kilgore, Thomas Orr, Milton Jones, Zeb Orr, Amos Taylor, Thomas Jones, and McClintock. A few years later in 1802, when the land sales were made in Chillicothe, some of the best tracts on the High Bank were bid out from under these earliest settlers. Amos Taylor, Thomas Jones and Alexander McClintock moved to Walnut Creek. According to the History of Ross and Highland Counties, OH, 1880, p. 274 and 278, Alexander McClintock combined with Thomas Jones and Samuel Hoshauer to purchase an entire section on Walnut creek in 1804. Alexander took the southern third right on the creek and built a grist mill, just as he had done in Fayette Co., PA. Alexander also made a chapel out of a room in his house and applied to the Presbytery for a Presbyterian Association, which was never granted. The members of his small, unofficial Church were composed of his large family and some young folks in the neighborhood. The church lasted 10-15 years until he and Elizabeth passed away. Alexander and his sons also built a still out back which was vandalized one night. They heard a noise in the house and went to inspect the still house, and found some of the large copper kettles dented.

Important documents, given to me by Bill Powell prove Alexander and Elizabeth's children: a 1909 list of births for the family and Alexander's 1812 will in Ross Co., OH. I also collected a will of his son Adam McClintock from the Miami Co., OH clerk several years ago. Hal Coleman sent me some invaluable cemetery inscriptions of Alexander in his family in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

i. Adam McClintock; Born 28 Nov 1780 in PA. Died 3 Dec 1827 in Miami Co., OH.

Research: Will of Adam McClintick, dated 20 Oct 1827, proven 3 Dec 1827, mentions: wife Margery, brother John, sister Mary Stanley and his deceased brother, Joseph's estate. Witnessed by William McClintick. It is apparent that he had no issue.

He married Margery Cling, 22 Nov 1816 in Miami Co., OH.

ii. William McClintock; Born 30 Sep 1781 in PA. Died 27 Mar 1821 in Ross Co., OH. Buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

Research: Served in the War of 1812

He married Martha Drummond, 15 Jul 1819 in Ross Co., OH.

iii. Joseph McClintock; Born 30 Nov 1782 in PA. Died 1827 in Ross Co., OH. Buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

Research: Served in War of 1812

iv. Elizabeth McClintock; Born 10 Jun 1784 in Fayette Co., PA.

She married Caleb Odle.

v. Rebecka McClintock; Born 11 Jan 1786 in Fayette Co., PA.

Research: Moved to Shelby Co., OH by 1828.

She married John Graig.

vi. Mary McClintock; Born 30 Mar 1787 in Fayette Co., PA.

She married James Stanley, 30 Sep 1813 in Ross Co., OH.

15 vii. Alexander McClintock

16 viii. John McClintock

ix. Margeret McClintock; Born 2 Apr 1792 in Fayette Co., PA.

x. Sarah McClintock; Born 23 Mar 1794 in Fayette Co., PA. Died 3 Jan 1857 in Shelby Co., OH.

She married William McClintock, 9 Feb 1813 in Ross Co., OH. Born 5 Aug 1786 in Nicholas Co., KY. Died 3 Dec 1851 in Shelby Co., OH.

Circa 1779 Alexander married Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1754. Elizabeth died in Ross County, Ohio, on August 26, 1818; she was 64. Elizabeth was buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio.

8 v. Elizabeth Torrence (1750-1819)

9 vi. Agnes “Nancy” (1752-1836)

10 vii. Ann (1755-1825)

viii. Sarah. Sarah was born in Sherman's Valley, Near Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on July 9, 1755. Sarah died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 19, 1825; she was 70.

Sarah McClintock. Born Circa 1748 in PA. Died 1809 in Monroe Co., VA.

Research: Genealogy of the Dike and Torrence Families by Nellie K. Thurston Burkhart, p. 97 says that Alexander and Sarah (McClintock) Torrence lived and died in the Shenendoah Valley. Alexander Clark was living in Teboyne twp., Cumberland Co., PA until 1782, when he sold his 150 acres of land and moved to Greenbrier Co., VA. He first appears on the tax rolls in 1783 next to the James Ellison family on Hans Creek, which would become part of Monroe Co., WV in 1799. He took out a survey in 1785 on Indian Creek for 330 acres.

History of Monroe Co., WV by Oren Morton, p. 327

";Alexander (Sarah), mentioned as an old man, seems to have lived on Indian. He helped to appraise the Estill estate in 1792 and died in 1794. Samuel Clark was a testator to his will. In 1809 the widow owned five slaves and personalty valued at $1,389.03. Children: James, Rebecca (Samuel Cantly), William, Ralph, Martha (John Campbell, 1804), Alexander, John, Samuel.

They had the following children:

i. James Clark;

ii. Rebecca Clark;

iii. William Clark;

iv. Ralph Clark;

v. Martha Clark;

vi. Alexander Clark;

vii. John Clark;

viii. Samuel Clark;

On December 17, 1770 Sarah married Alexander CLARK, in Upper West Concocheague, Cumberland Co., PA. Alexander died in 1794 in Greenbrier County, Virginia.

11 ix. Hugh (1758-1850)

12 x. Margaret (1761-1838)

xi. Susan. Susan was born about 1762. Susan died in Pennsylvania in December 1813; she was 51.

Susan married DUFFIE.

3. John McCLINTOCK (William1).

(1) -Alexander McClintock

Notes for Alexander:

Alexander and Sara TORRENCE McClintock had no children.

Administration on his estate was issued to his brother, Daniel.

Notes for Sara Torrence (dtr. of Hugh Torance by his third wife, Sarah Marjory ";Widow Cunningham";.)

(Of) Chambersburg, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Probably born in Ireland

Sara is a daughter of Hugh Torrence and his third wife, Mrs. Sarah Marjorie Cunningham.

Cumberland County Will Book G:

G. 189-190. MC CLINTOCK, SARAH, Mifflin. October 10, 1806. October 25, 1806. Alexander Weist son of Jacob Weist, now of Mifflin Township. Three half sisters, viz., Margera Huston, Ann Clark and Jane Blair. Sister in law Mary McFarlin. Two bros., viz., James and Hugh Torrance. Jane Buchanan the poor child bound to me and to her father Robert Buchanan. Friend Agness Drudge. Exs: Thomas McCormick and Samuel Fenton. Wit: James Harper, Henry Krettle.

(2) -Daniel McClintock b. 16 Sep 1716 d. 19 Jan 1799 Ruddle's Mills, Bourbon County, KY buried Stonermouth GY at Ruddle's Mills m. Frances 1731-1838.

Notes for Daniel:

Administration of the Will of his brother, Alexander McClintock was issued to him in 1795.

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Attached this Daniel's information here. Added the information as to dates, and burial from Old Stonermouth information. Not sure that this is the correct Daniel to be buried at Old Stonermouth by 1799 - Wife apparently lived on till 1838, when buried in a different graveyard, ";an abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of Ruddle's Mills.

(3) -Mary McClintock (No further information)

(4)-Ann McClintock (No further information)

(5) -ELIZABETH or BETSEY McCLINTOCK (No further information)

Lurose Patton

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Children:

i. Daniel.

From Lurose Patton e-mail, dated February 21, 2002 (LuPatt@):

Daniel McClintock b. 16 Sep 1716 d. 19 Jan 1799 Ruddle's Mills, Bourbon County, KY buried Stonermouth GY at Ruddle's Mills m. Frances 1731-1838.

Notes for Daniel:

Administration of the Will of his brother, Alexander McClintock was issued to him in 1795.

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Attached this Daniel's information here. Added the information as to dates, and burial from Old Stonermouth information. Not sure that this is the correct Daniel to be buried at Old Stonermouth by 1799 - Wife apparently lived on till 1838, when buried in a different graveyard, ";an abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of Ruddle's Mills.

Daniel married Frances. Frances was born in 1731. Frances died in 1838; she was 107.

ii. Mary.

iii. Ann.

iv. Elizabeth “Betsey”.

NOTE: It is possible that Elizabeth is the wife of William McCune. While it is only speculation at this juncture, Elizabeth’s father, John, was on the tax rolls of Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in 1753.

4. Alexander McCLINTOCK (William1). Alexander was born in Ireland about 1718. Alexander died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on August 24, 1760; he was 42.

Research: In 1744 Alexander was a trustee for Big Spring Presbyterian Church's pulpit fund. The church is located near Newville, PA in Cumberland Co., PA. Alexander appeared on the 1751 and 1753 tax returns in Cumberland Co., PA in Hopewell and Middleton twps. He purchased land from William Keith in 1756. His will was probated 10 Sep 1760 in Cumberland Co., PA.

Orphan's Court docket 1, p. 71, 24 Aug 1762: came into court John McNaught, esq. of Cumberland Co., PA and prayed guardians be appointed over Mary and Margaret McClintock, children of Alexander McClintock, decd., court appointed John McClure at the creek and Walter Denny, guardians.

Orphan's court docket 2, p. 78, Cumberland Co., PA, dated 19 May 1767, account of Alexander McClintock's estate, submitted by his executors: John McKnight and John Kerr, lists: widow, Martha; children: Daniel, Jane, William, Mary and Margaret McClintock.

Orphan's court docket 2, p. 165, Cumberland Co., PA, dated 3 Jan 1772, John Kerr, surviving executor of Alexander McClintock, decd., further divides 218 pounds to his heirs: widow gets 1/3 and his children 2/3rds, children: Daniel, Jane, William, Mary's heirs, and Margaret.

1783, Margaret Boyd of Rowan Co., NC, filed a petition with the Cumberland Co., PA court, stating that her former guardian, John McClure, still had some of her money and was living near Carlisle, PA. She mentioned her father as Alexander McClintock, decd. and her mother as Martha, still living.

About 1745 Alexander married Martha, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

They had one child:

13 i. William (1750-1819)

Third Generation

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Family of Joseph McCLINTOCK (2) & Elizabeth TORRENCE

5. Mary McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Mary was born in Pennsylvania in 1742. Mary died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 14, 1827; she was 85. Mary was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Mary married Henry THOMPSON Sr.. Henry was born in 1740. Henry died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 26, 1827; he was 87. Henry was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

One of the original exploratory expedition of 1775.

They had the following children:

i. Jane. Jane was born on April 15, 1776. Jane died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 13, 1789; she was 13. Jane was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

ii. Ann. Ann was born on October 9, 1777. Ann died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 14, 1827; she was 50. Ann was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

14 iii. Henry (1782-1852)

6. Joseph McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1744. Joseph died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, in 1825; he was 81.

Research: Joseph's son, Daniel left a will in Nicholas Co., KY that names his five brothers and sister. Prob. Dec 1826.

Mollie Jame's McClintock Family History says of Joseph:

";Joseph, the oldest son, was apprenticed to a man who made sickles, he learned the trade and saved $1,000.00 continental money from the sale of his handiwork. He was remembered as a man of high temper and great energy.";

Deed Book F, page 22, dated Oct 19th (no year given), Henry Thompson and Mary (McClintock) his wife to Joseph McClintock, 604 1/2 acres of land upon the waters of Hinkson, adj. Hubbard Williams and Alexander Pollock's settlement, it being half of Henry Thompson's settlement plus 200 additonal acres from the over-survey which Thompson promised to Joseph McClintock for clearing out pre-emption and securing title for him (Nicholas Co., record)

Book: Grace and Truth... by William McEwen, minister of the gospel at Dundee, 1764. Across from the preface is: Joseph McClintock his book bougt in Philidelphia in the year 1777 price 7:6. On the cover page is written: David McClintock's book bought at sale Sept. 1824.

Deed B, p. 278 Nicholas Co., KY, lists heirs of Joseph McClintock in the division of his lands.

1880 census, Harrison Co., KY, p. 6D, Joseph was born in PA according to his son, Alexander.

On September 18, 1783 Joseph married Rebecca PATTEN, daughter of William PATTON (1725-1795) & Martha FULLERTON, in Pennsylvania. Rebecca was born in Ireland circa 1750. Rebecca died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, after 1825; she was 75.

They had the following children:

i. Joseph. Joseph was born in Kentucky in 1784. Joseph died in Kentucky in 1846; he was 62.

On October 4, 1821 Joseph married Louisa CALDWELL, in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

15 ii. William (1786-1851)

16 iii. Thomas (~1788-~1840)

17 iv. John (1793-1840)

v. Sallie.

Sallie married ALKHORN.

vi. Daniel. Daniel was born in 1797. Daniel died in 1827; he was 30.

18 vii. Elizabeth (1799-1853)

19 viii. Alexander F. (1801-1881)

7. Daniel B. McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Daniel B. was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on September 16, 1746. Daniel B. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 9, 1799; he was 52. Daniel B. was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

McCLINTOCK, DANIEL-B, 25-Wife, Frances, (Penn. currency); children to be schooled, viz: Elizabeth, Thos., Joseph, Margaret and Alex. Bros., Wm. Nisbet with Joseph and Wm. McClintock, Extrs. Oct. 20, 1798-Jan. 1799. Wts.: John Ardery, John Hickman.3

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Research: Will, 1798, Bourbon Co., KY. American Genealogy of the Allied Families of McKee, McClintock, Mills and Stipp, Compiled by James Robert McKee, 1900. This family history sketches out many of the brothers and sisters of Daniel too.

On July 26, 1782 Daniel B. married Frances CLARK, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Frances was born in 1751. Frances died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1838; she was 87. Frances was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Elizabeth.

In 1805 Elizabeth married Alexander DINWIDDIE, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

20 ii. Margaret (1789-1859)

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, circa 1785.

They had the following children:

i. Nancy McClintock; Born Circa 1834 in Bourbon Co., KY.

ii. Fanny McClintock; Born Circa 1832 in Bourbon Co., KY.

iii. Sarah McClintock; Born Circa 1836 in Bourbon Co., KY.

iv. Joseph McClintock; Born Circa 1838 in Bourbon Co., KY.

v. Joshua McClintock; Born Circa 1843 in Bourbon Co., KY.

Circa 1830 Thomas married Rachel CORBIN.

iv. Alexander. Alexander died before 1825.

21 v. Joseph (1787-1836)

8. Elizabeth Torrence McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth Torrence was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in June 1750. Elizabeth Torrence died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on August 27, 1819; she was 69.

In 1776 Elizabeth Torrence married William McCLINTOCK (13) , son of Alexander McCLINTOCK (4) (about 1718-August 24, 1760) & Martha, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. William was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in June 1750. William died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on March 20, 1819; he was 68.

Notes for WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK:

William McClintock (1750) came from Cumberland County, PA to Nicholas County, KY to settle 400 acres of land grant. It is believed he came to Kentucky by boat down the Licking river. In 1780-81, he was a private under Captain John Nelson, 5th Battalion, Cumberland County, Militia. (Vol. 23 3rd Series - Penna. Archives. Elizabeth Torrence McClintock was the daughter of Joseph McClintock who was born in Tyrone County, Ireland in 1701 and Elizabeth Torrence. William and Elizabeth were cousins.

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Deposition of Henry Thompson states he came to Ky. 1775 in company with Wm. Nesbit, Wm. Steele, Wm. McClintock, Jos. Houston and others to the number of abt. fourteen, that John Hinkson, John Martin, John Haggin and others to the number of At. fourteen joined his company at Blue Licks, deponent left this country 1775 and did not return until 1784. Question by F. Marshall for self and those claiming under claim. of Patty Harris, late Patty Wethers: ";Did you not know where improvement was in 1775 or '76?"; Deponent states he only heard of it, that the co. divided into companies of three or four persons, that Wm. Steele, Houston and, he believes, Wm. Flennand, Richard Clark improved with Nesbit in 1775, and he heard Wm. Craig, Wm. Houston and Robert Thompson say they worked with Nesbit 1776, heard Nesbit say he intended improving on Thompson'& run for his brother, that Nesbit came abt. harvest 1776 to Penn. from Ky., that Wm. Steele made improvement 1775.

Deposition of Wm. McClintock, Nov. 27, 1816, states he came to Ky. 1775, in ca. with Wm. Steele, Jos. Houston, Wm. Nesbit and others; he was not in Ky. from 1775 to 1784.

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Research: American Genealogy of the Allied Families of McKee, McClintock, Mills and Stipp. by James Robert McKee. 1900.

The United States Biographical Dictionary, Illinois, 1876, p. 744-755.

";William McClintock...was born in Sherman's Valley, near the city of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1752";

Deposition Book A, Bourbon Co., KY, Nov. 25, 1816, deposition of William Steele, taken at the home of John Nesbit. Stated that he first came to Kentucky in 1775 with fourteen people, including: William Nesbit and Joseph Houston. Their company entered Limestone trace to buffalo trail, now called Ruddell's road, camped on Millers run and drew lots for land. Steele lived in PA until 1779 and came again in 1780.

Deposition of Henry Thompson, stated that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Nesbit, William Steele, William McClintock, Joseph Houston, and others. Deponent left and did not return until 1784.

Deposition of William McClintock, Nov 27, 1816, said that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Steele, Joseph Houston, William Nesbit and others, he was not in Kentucky from 1775 to 1784.

1774 Cumberland Co., PA tax return for Teboyne twp. lists the three William McClintocks, which have caused so much confusion: William McClintock 80 acres, William McClintock, Jr. 50 acres and William McClintock, freeman. William McClintock, freeman has to be the William McClintock of this sketch, that moved to Kentucky in 1785. He did not marry Elizabeth McClintock, until ca. 1776, before his eldest child, Joseph, was born in Dec. 1777 and after his trip to Kentucky. The tax return indicates that the other two William McClintocks were married. According to Pennsylvania law, freemen denoted an unmarried person on the tax rolls. The appearance of William on the tax rolls in 1774 for the first time would indicate 1753 as his year of birth, very close to the year of 1752 given by his grandson, William of St. Claire Co., IL. From 1778 to 1788, the William of this sketch appears on the tax rolls as not owning any land, and some years he is described as a blacksmith. The other two Williams always own land, and are consistenly described as William McClintock and William McClintock, Jr. The William McClintock, who is not described as Jr. or blacksmith, shows up in Cumberland Co., PA as early as 1767, he is the exact same William who died in 1808 and left a will. William, Jr. was his son, named in his will. An important deed is, recorded in Cumberland Co., PA in 1787, where Janet McClintock conveys her inherited 126 acres of land to her husband, William. This helps differentiate William, Jr. from the William of this sketch, in that we know that William of KY was married to Elizabeth McClintock his entire life. Therefore,. through the process of elimination, the William of this sketch was the William on the tax returns that owned no land and was a blacksmith.

Here are the reasons that the William who moved to Kentucky was the son of Alexander McClintock, who died in 1760.

1. His grandson, William who was 16 years old (and lived near the William of this sketch) when he died, recalled that his grandfather was born in 1752 in Sherman's Valley, near Carlisle, PA. William and William, Jr. were living in Lancaster Co., PA at that time, as evidenced by tax returns. William and William, Jr. did not move to Teboyne until about 1767. The only possible parents for William in 1752, would have been: Joseph of Teboyne, Alexander of Middleton and John of Middleton. Joseph and John left wills and did not have a William as a son, this leaves only Alexander as his father.

2. Orphans court docket 2, p. 78, 19 May 1767, states that William McClintock was a minor orphan of Alexander McClintock, deceased. A researcher in the late 1800s uncovered a document that stated that Alexander's sons ";were put out to trades,"; this would help confirm his appearence in the tax rolls as a blacksmith.

3. Tax returns as indicated above, prove that William did not have any land. In 1787 when Janet McClintock, mentioned her husband as William McClintock, living in Teboyne and that she gave him 126 acres of land, this could not be the William who moved to Kentucky, he was already there at that time. On the 1781 tax returns, William McClintock, Jr. is listed as paying for 127 acres of land.

They had the following children:

22 i. Joseph (1777-1846)

ii. Alexander. Alexander was born on October 12, 1779.

On January 27, 1807 Alexander married Sarah “Sally” SHAW, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. Jane. Jane was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1782.

Jane married John WILEY.

23 iv. Elizabeth (1784-1864)

24 v. Daniel (1786-)

25 vi. William (1787-1861)

26 vii. Hugh (1791-)

27 viii. Margaret

9. Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Agnes “Nancy” was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1752. Agnes “Nancy” died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 26, 1836; she was 84.

Notes on Nancy McClintock:2

After William’s death, lived with son John and her favorite daughter-in-law, Mary McClure Nesbit, who died in Marion Co., IN in 1836.

Agnes “Nancy” married William NESBIT4, son of John NESBITT, in Pennsylvania. William was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1750. William died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 26, 1805; he was 55.

William Nesbit-(Cert. issd for 1400 pd &c) Wm Nisbit by Jno Martin this day claimed a settlement & preempt'n to a tract of land in the district of Kentucky on Acc't of raising a crop of Corn in the Country in the year 1776 lying on the North side of the Middle Fork of Licking Creek between a buffaloe Road & the s'd Creek adjoining of the Lower side of Wm Steeles land to include his improvement Satisfactory proof being made to the Court they are of Opinion that the s'd Nisbit. has a right to a settlement of 400 Acres of land to include the above Location & the preemption of 1000 Acres of land adjoining & that a Cert. issue accordingly.5

One of first settlers in Harrison Co., KY with a Miller, William Steele, William McClintock, Joseph Houston, Henry Thompson and others to the number of abt 14. Joined up with William Huston, at Blue Licks. Sarah Huston, Williams descendent, married Williams nephew, Nathan Nesbitt. It is Reported in Kentucky Records, Volume II that William started improvements on property along Blue Licks with William Steele, William Flennand, Richard Clark, and Joseph Houston as early as 1775 and worked on improvements with William Craig, William Houston and Robert Thompson in 1776 and he is said to have stated he intended on improving Thompsons run for his brother, and returned to PA about harvest time 1776.1

DEPOSITION BOOK A (Old book found in the basement of the Bourbon County Court House, by Julia S. Ardery, and placed in office of County Clerk.)

Nov. 25, 1816--Deposition of Wm. Steele, taken at home of Jno Nesbitt, north side Hinkson Creek, to establish entry of 400 a and preemption of 1000 a. entered by Wm. Nesbit, states he, deponent, came to Ky. 1775 in co. with Wm. Nesbitt, Joseph Houston and others to the matter of about fourteen, at lower Blue Licks his co. was joined by John Hinkson, John Martin and others who had just come into Ky. That each company sent our parties to explore, and on their return whole co. as well as that of Hinkston and others traveled along the buffalo trace now called Limestone, passing by Millersburg to Lexington until they came to the buffalo road now called Hinkston's trace, turned from Limestone road, that Hinkston's co. took Hinkston's trace and advanced to what is now called Hinkston's Station, that co. in which deponent was, entered Limestone trace until they came to buffalo trail, since called Ruddell's road, encamped on Miller's Run, that co. selected spots for improving and drew lots, deponent, drew place on which he has since lived, and Wm. Nesbit improved on the place this day shown, that deponent in said yr. of 1775 assisted Wm. Nesbit in making his improvement, that co. of deponant was visited by co. from Hinkson's Station in 1775, after improvements were made; that John Martin, who established Martin's Station, was one of Hinkson's co. Martin's Station was about seven or eight miles from Wm. Nesbit's improvement, and Hinkson's Station about same distance. Deponent resided in Penn. in 1779 and in 1780 came to Ky., was at Martin's and Ruddle's Stations in 1780, that John Martin and John Haggin knew of improvement in 1779 or 1780, and he believes the following of Hinkson's co. knew of Nesbit's improvement 1775 and upwards to 1780: P. Logan, Richard Clark, Joseph Cowper, Joseph Houston and Jno. Miller.

William McClintock’s deposition of 27 November 1816 states he came to KY in 1775 with Wm. Steele, Jos. Houston, William Nesbitt and others. He was not in KY from 1775-1784.1

David Marshall’s deposition of 27 Nov 1816 states he explored, with James Powers, improvements of Wm. Steele and Wm. Nesbitt and that Powers had been in old Nesbit settlement from 1780-83.1

William Steele’s deposition of 27 Nov 1816 states that he in company with Wm. Smith, made a survey of land for Nesbit.1

Robert Nesbit desposition states that he was with Wm. Steele, etc.1

References for William Nesbitt and descendents:

The History of the Nesbitt Family by Robert Nesbitt

Records in the library of Dr. O.B. Nesbitt, 444 Jackson St., Gary IN as follows:

The Nesbitt Heraldic Plates-Ross and Grant

The Harvey Book-Oscar Harvey

An American Family-Charles F. Nisbet

Letter of Mary Nisbet-Nisbet Hamilton Grant

Nisbet, Ross Families-Blanche T. Hartman

History of the Nesbitt Family-Robert Nesbitt

History of Nisbet or Nesbitt-Alexander Nesbitt

Nesbit Family-John Pratt Nesbit

Several Volumes of Poems-Wilbur D. Nesbitt

History of Kickinson college-J.H. Morgan-Contains Charles Nisbet history

Millers and Nesbits (Ky.)-H.M. Hyatt

Cloud of Witnesses-containing last statements of John, James and James Jr., martyred Covenanters.

Hundreds of Letters and many notes.1

DAR Patriot Index 1967

Will: Dated July 11, 1805 Found in Bourbon Co., KY Will Abstracts 1786-1816, by Charles Franklin. Bourbon Co. Will Book B. page 29 Witnesses James Robison, Joseph Patton and Thomas Patton. Wife Nancy, sons John, Jeremiah and daughter Elizabeth are mentioned in will.1

Witnesses of William’s will were Joseph Robinson, Joseph Patton, Hugh Patton.1

NESBIT, WM.--C, 29-Sons, John, Joseph, Jeremiah; dau., Elizabeth, wife, Nancy. July 11, 1805-Sept. 1805. Joseph and Thos. Patton, Wts.6

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From “Nesbitology 6-9”:

When returning from Anderson last September we called on Miss Mary Nesbit at Allisonville; had a very pleasant visit with her. She said she has a cousin living in Borbon (Bourbon ?) County, Kentucky, that had looked up records on her family but had not gotten in touch with her to ask for her records or rather a copy of them. The only record I have ever found out about them is this -- 'That on August 20, 1798 William Nesbit of Borbon County, Ky, sold a farm to John Mears in Huntington Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pa., Record: Vol. 4, page 88, Grantee Book of Westmoreland Co. This seems to indicate that Wm. Nesbet, is possibly the father of the names you mention, William, Jeremiah, Samuel, Thomas, Nathan and Robert, but this is only conjecture. It would seem to indicate that Wm. Nesbet had moved from Westmoreland Co., Pa. to Bourbon Co., Ky, and later sold his farm in Westmoreland Co., just as my grandfather John Nesbit and great-grandfather, Wm. Nisbet sold their farms in Fairfield Twp. Westmoreland Co., Pa., after moving to Summit Co., Ohio as the records at Greensburgh, Pa. show.

They had the following children:

28 i. John (1778-1835)

ii. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born about 1780.

Elizabeth married William (John) STEVENSON.

29 iii. Joseph McClintock (~1780-1832)

iv. Jeremiah. Jeremiah was born about 1784. Jeremiah died in Marion County, Indiana. Jeremiah was buried in Lutheran Cemetery, Marion County, Indiana.1

According to Williams will, Jeremiah was given his home: ";my home place shall be allotted to Jeremiah, and to their own proper use and behoof to them and thers forever. The rest of the land was to be divided equally among the four heirs.";1

Jeremiah married Ellen LONG, in Kentucky.

10. Ann McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Ann was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on July 9, 1755. Ann died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 19, 1825; she was 70. Ann was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On August 19, 1779 Ann married Major John MILLER, son of Robert MILLER (about 1722-1790) & Jean or Elizabeth ? SMITH, in Pennsylvania.7 John was born in Sherman Valley, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on September 21, 1752. John died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 5, 1815; he was 62.

Source: The Kentuckian-Citizen, Paris, Ky., 1943-1944. This article was published in the June 22th and June 29th, 1943, editions.

Major John Miller, founder of Millersburg, Bourbon Co., Ky, and his brother William were the leaders of the ";Miller, Company,"; several years younger than William was born Sept. 21, 1752 in Sherman Valley near Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., to which place at least one of the parents had emigrated from Northern Ireland, probably during the 1740 decade.

John located on the site of Millersburg, Ky., in 1778, where he built the first brick house in the State. He erected the 'Irish Fort' at the third settlement in the State… (History of Lewis, Clark, Knox and Scotland Counties, Missouri, St. Louis, 1887, p. 800).

The Millers made four trips to Kentucky. For the first of them we have evidence from one of the most important sources on the early history of Kentucky, the famous work of Lewis Collins (Historical Sketches of Kentucky, Covington. Ky., 1876, 2 vols., being a revision of the 1847 edition): ";A company of fifteen men (in after years frequently called Hinkson Company)…in March and April, 1775, came down the Ohio and up the Licking river, in canoes, in search of lands to improve. They landed at the mouth of Willow creek, on the east side of Main Licking, four miles above the forks (where Falmouth now is)… They proceeded on up the Licking to near the Lower Blue Licks ... thence took the buffalo trace to the neighborhood between Paris and Cynthiana where they 'improved' lands…Miller's Company.--A few days later in the spring of 1775, Wm. Miller, John Miller, Richard Clark, Wm. Flinn, Joseph Houston or Huston, Paddy Logan, Wm. McClintock, Wm. Nesbitt, Alex. Pollock, John Shear, Wm. Steel, Henry Thompson, and two thers (would Robert Miller, the brother, be one of these two?)--14 in all--came in canoes down the Ohio and up the Licking to the Lower Blue Licks, where they were joined by Hinkson's Company above named.

Each party sent out explorers, who examined the country, and reported to the two companies at Blue Licks. They all traveled together the main buffalo trace towards what is now Lexington, until they reached a trace turning west, since called Hinkston's (Collins spells this name both Hinkson and Hinkston) trace, which the Hinkson party followed--while the other party encamped on Miller's run, at the crossing of the lower Limestone or Ruddle’s road, thence went around the country, selected 14 spots for improvement, and divided them by lot. Wm. Steele’s place was on the north side of Hinkston, below the buffalo trace; he improved it by cutting down timber and planting potatoes. They all returned up the Ohio to Pennsylvania in the fall (Collins, Vol. II, pp. 325-326).";

Second trip: During the spring of 1776, the Millers, as on the first trip, came down the Ohio in canoes; but this time they landed at Limestone, the present Maysville, and traveled over the ";Old Buffalo Trace"; to the lands selected the previous year (I shall refer to this journey later and quote the authority). Of this party, only these names are known: John and William Miller, perhaps their brother Robert, Wm. Steele, Alexander Pollock, William Nesbit, and William McClelland. According to their land certificates, to be quoted later, the first five men mentioned, and no doubt William McClelland also, planted a crop of corn in 1776.

Third and fourth trips: ";The first settlers in Millersburg Precinct, came from Pennsylvania. In 1778, eighteen men, all heads of families, set out from Sherman’s Valley, near Carlisle, in Pennsylvania, for Kentucky. They journeyed on foot through the wilderness, and so far as is known arrived at their destination without encountering any serious adventure. The names of these men could not all be obtained, but among them were Robert Pollock, William McClellan, William Steele, David Marshall, Henry Thompson, William McClintock, John, William, and Robert Miller, and John Patton.

A preemption grant of 400 acres had been furnished to each of them from the Governor of Virginia as an inducement for them to settle in Kentucky. Upon their arrival they proceeded, with their surveyor, a man named Johnson, to lay out and survey their respective claims. Four of this colony located their land within the present limits of Millersburg Precinct, vix., John and William Miller, William McClellan and William Steele. They located their 400 acres, and then proceeded to take up 1,000 acres each, at twenty shillings per hundred acres, upon which they built their cabins and planted a little corn, a precaution that was necessary to enable them to hold their preemptions.

McClellan built his cabin about one and a fourth miles south of the village of Millersburg…Steele settled near Steele’s Ford, on the Hinkston, but the exact spot is not known…John Miller preempted the land upon which Millersburg stands, but settled about a mile north of the town…William Miller built a cabin about a mile south of Millersburg…Each of the Millers built block-houses, where the families collected for protection against the Indians in times of alarms, which for the first few years were numerous and frequent.

After securing lands, erecting cabins and planting a crop of corn, they, in the latter part of the year, returned to Pennsylvania for their families and supplies. In the following year 1779 (fourth trip), they came back to Kentucky, making the trip by land to Pittsburg, and thence down the Ohio on flat-boats.

During the voyage they were compelled to keep in the middle of the stream, through fear of the Indians who infested the banks, and were ever ready to attack a small party of whites. Once, in attempting to land, Robert Miller was shot by the Indians, who secured his body. Mr. Miller had upon his person a silver watch, and wore silver knee-buckles and shoe buckles, which were then fashionable. Some years afterwards a man came to Millersburg wearing these relics of the unfortunate victim, which he had bought from the savages. They were recognized and purchased by John Miller, a brother of the murdered man. Owing to the hostility of the Indians along the Ohio, the party did not land at Limestone (Maysville), as they had intended, but proceeded to the mouth of the Beargrass, nowLouisville, where there was a fort and settlement.

The unsettled condition of the country arising from the Revolutionary War, then in progress, and the depredations of the Indians, incited to murder and bloodshed by British emissaries, their intended settlement was delayed, and it was not until about 1785-86 that the members of the little colony took possession of their lands . . . William Steele was shot and severely wounded by the Indians while making his original survey, and he carried the ball to his grave (William Perrin, History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, Chicago, 1882, pp. 121-122). To this narrative of Perrin, comprising the years 1778-1785, additional details can be added.

At Carlisle, on Aug. 19, 1779, John Miller married Ann McClintock—b. July 5, 1755—a daughter of Joseph McClintock, who died near Carlisle in 1799. Immediately after the marriage, John and his wife; William Miller and his wife, whose maiden name was Jane Purdy, with at least two small children, Jane two years old and Rachel one; Robert Miller, who seems to have been unmarried; William Steele, Alexander Pollock, and William Nesbit, undoubtedly with families; and perhaps others; all these left Sherman Valley, making 201 miles journey by wagon over the mountains of Pittsburg, where they embarked, according to the custom of the flat-boats.

Here the year before, George Rogers Clarke had settled several families on Corn Island, opposite Beargrass, and in 1799 (1779??) built Fort Beargrass on the mainland. If we may trust a statement from Perrin—";They returned, however, the following year 1799 (1779??), and erected a blockhouse where Millersburg now stands, p. 37";—the Millers, almost immediately after their arrival at Beargrass, left their families under the protection of the fort and went to build a blockhouse; no doubt with the expectation of moving to their lands the following spring. On Feb. 24, 1780, John and William Miller appeared before the land Commissions at Harrodsburg to file their claims.

On Aug. 28, 1780, at Beargrass, occurred the birth of John Miller’s first child, Robert Eakin Miller, the first Miller to be born on Kentucky soil. Concerning him, Perrin writes, ";Robert Miller, born 1780, is said to be the first male child born in the state, p. 513.";

John and William Miller—with Alexander Steele, Alexander Pollock and William Nesbit—appeared, ";At a Court continued and held by the Commissioners of the Kentucky District for adjusting Titles to unpatented Lands at Harrodsburgh this 24th day of Feb’y 1789 (Certificate Book etc p. 237)."; Did the Millers come from buildinf their blockhouse or from Beargrass? Other men from the same vicinity in Fayette County (Bourbon was taken from Fayette in 1785) appeared before the Commissioners on the same day. In fact a very strange coincidence happened ";this 24th day of Feb’y."; Among the thirty-five men appearing before the Commissioners was also another William Steele. He and his brother, Andrew, had claims toward Lexington (see Collins, Vol. II, pp. 173, 241, and index).

So far as the names of the men connected with the Miller migration are known, certificates for only five of them were recorded: John and William Miller, William Steele, Alexander Pollock, and William Nisbit (later spelled Nesbit). Robert Miller, of course, was killed before he could record his claim, but concerning this claim it has been said, Robert Miller’s was near the big spring in Isaac Chanslor’s farm (Geo. W. Bryan, Snap Shots of Millersburg, Ky., Cincinnati and Millersburg, 1901, p. 7)";

The certificate for John Miller is typical of all: ";John Miller by Jno. Martin this day claimed a settlement a preemption to a tract of land in the district of Kentucky on Acc't of raising a Crop of Corn in the Country in the year 1776 lying on the North side of the Middle fork of Licking Creek to Include his improvement adjoining the Lands of Alexander Polock Satisfactory proof being made to the Court they are of Opinion that the S'd Miller has a right to a settlement of 400 Acres of Land to include the above Location and the preempt of 1000 Acres of Land adjoining and that a Cert issue accordingly ('Certificate Book etc.', p, 242-243).";

All five men, according to the certificates, raised corn in 1776. The lands of the others: William Miller, ";lying on the Waters of the Middle -fork of Licking on a large Buffaloe road";; William Steele, ";lying on the North side of Middle fork of Licking Creek between a large Buffalos road and the creek";; Alexander Pollock, ";lying on the North side of the Middle fork of Licking Creek adjoining the lands of Jno. Miller";; and William Nisbit, ";lying on the north side of Middle Fork of Licking Creek between a buffaloe Road and the s’d Creek adjoining the Lower side of Wm. Steele’s land"; (Certificate Book, etc., pp. 242-243).

The year 1783 saw the beginning of actual family settlements about Millserburg. The original surveys, made in 1778 by the surveyor Johnson (Perrin, p. 122), were evidently deemed unsatisfactory, for after the Miller claims had been filed, the lands were re-surveyed: that of John Miller, Jan. 6, 1783 (Jillson, p. 88); William Miller, next day, Jan. 7, 1783 (Jillson, p. 88); William Steele, the following day, Jan. 8 (Jillson, p. 117); and William McClelland Dec. 6 and 26, 1783 (Jillson, p. 97). The lands of Alexander Polock and Richard Clarke were surveyed later: the former, June 20, 1784 (Jillson, p. 109); the latter, Nov. 1, 1792 (Jillson, p. 159). All these lands were Virginia Grants, excepting Richard Clarke’s whose was an Old Kentucky Grant. After William McClelland’s death, his son Elisha was made one of the defendants in a land suit, the records of which are of importance; giving us not only some information about William McClelland, but also showing that other families had started to settle in Millersburg in 1783.

This suit—Wigginton and Others vs William Adair and Others, filed Aug. 29, 1815; final decree, May Court, 1824, Bourbon Co., Ky., Bob 587—involved many of the early families. Among the defendants, Orators represent that William McClelland obtained certificates for settlement and preemption and patent for land, included in entry and survey of orators and legal title now vested in Elisha McClellenad, also made defendant to Bill. That William Miller (who did not die until Dec. 16, 1824) obtained certificate for settlement and obtained Patent for part of land included in orators Patent, also made defendants to Bill (Bourbon Circuit County Records—Suits in Abstract, by Julia Ardery [Mrs. W. B.], in Ky. Hist. Reg., Vol. 37, 1939, p. 256). Among the many deponents were: ";May 27, 1823—At Timberlake’s Tavern, Paris, Kentucky . . . Deposition of Robert McClelland states that he came to this country Dec., 1783 with his father, William McClelland, and landed at Limestone, then to Washington in Mason County, where they stayed about six weeks, then to William Miller’s old improvements and stayed until last of Feb. 1784, then to where Elisha McClelland ‘now lives’ and stayed a few days in cabin formerly built by his father but because of an alarm of Indians went to Lexington where they raised a crop of corn, and in Oct. family returned to place where his father settled and he has lived there ever since (Bourbon Circuit Court Records, p. 262). William McClelland’s cabin may have been built in 1778 or at an earlier date, for ‘William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone, now Maysville, soon after coming down the ‘Old Buffaloe Trace’ to Irish Station (Perrin, p. 513).";

For the next few years there is no information about the Millers. According to Perrin, ";Collins says that in 1789, the only station between Maysville, then known as Limestone, and Lexington, was the Lower Blue Licks . . . Irish Station was another settlement, some five or six miles from Blue Licks, and was settled a few years later (p. 329).";

What Collins does say is something different, ";In 1789, the only station between Limestone (Maysville) and Lexington, sixty-four miles, was at the Lower Blue Licks . . . Irish Station was about 5 or 6 miles south of the Lower Blue Licks, on the road to Lexington, and John Miller’s (which he had previously said was founded in 1784) about 6 miles further on (Vol. II, p. 654)."; However, we are able to check this date. Joel Watkins, who made the journey between Limestone and Lexington in 1789 says, ";I stopt at the Blue Lick . . . after leaving the sd. Lick we had Twelve Miles to Travel before we came to any Settlements (";Miller’s Station";) (";Joel Watkin’s Diary of 1789,"; edited by Virginia Smith Herald, Ky. Hist. Reg., vol. 34, 1936, p. 225).";

In 1794, Needham Parry, traveling from Maysville to Lexington, stayed the night of June 5 about three miles south of Blue Lick and next day, ";This morning we went about 4 or 5 miles and then the road began to get better, till we came to a fine stream of water called Hinkston Creek, which is likewise a prong of the south fork of Licking R. Just at the ford of this creek, there is a dam; and one side there is a grist mill and a saw mill, and there on the other side right opposite, there is a grist mill and fulling mill; all of which are supplied out of the same head, one dam answering the whole. The land here being excellent, and Timbered with Walnut, Honey Locust, Buckeye, and cherry. The next stream we crossed, was a creek called Stoner (";Journal of Needham Parry—1794,"; Ky. Hist. Reg., vol. [illegible] 1936, p. 382)

This is the earliest reference I have found about the mills. They could not have been constructed after 1793, and probably not before 1789. The date of their origin is not given by Perrin, ";Among the first manufacturing industries were those of mills. The first establishment of this kind was erected by the Millers. John Miller put up a saw and grist mill so long ago that no one now remembers the date of its erection. It was built of logs…in the southern part of Millersburg on Hinkston Creek. As early as 1808, flour was being shipped from this mill to New Orleans, and for years it was a considerable institution in the neighborhood, and was patronized by the people far and near…A mill was also built by William Miller, just acrossed the creek from that, put up by his brother, and of the same character and capacity, with the exception that a fulling attachment was added, which was probably the first of the kind in the country (p. 122).";

Our next notice of the Millers comes from Daniel Boone, whose last days in Kentucky were spent in Bourbon County. In 1706 the Wilderness Road, which Boone had originally laid out in 1775, from North Carolina into Southern Kentucky, was for the first time made fit for wagons. The announcement of this projected improvement was the occasion for the following letter, written in 1796 to Gov. Selby of Kentucky: ";Sir, after my best respts to your Excelancy and family, I wish to Inform you that I have sum intention of undertaking this New Rode that is to be cut through the Wilderness and I think my Self entitled to the offer of the Bisness as I first marked out the Rode, in March 1775 and never rec'd anything for my trouble and sepose (I suppose) I am no Statesman I am a woodnman Sir if you think with Me I would thank you to wright me a line by the post the first oportunety and he Will Lodge it at Mr. John Milers on Hinkston Fork (italics mine) as I wish to know Where and When it is to be Laat (let) So that I may atend at the time I am Deer Sir your very omble sarvent Daniel Boone (Collins, Vol. II, p. 242)."; Boone did not get ";the ofer of the bisness"; and shortly after moved to Missouri.

It would be of interest, did space permit, to write about the many Bourbon County families in which the Millers married—McClelland, West, Baker, Hall, McClintock, Talbot, Young, Dodd, Wallace, Mountjoy, Purnell, Forsythe, Nesbit, Nunn, Taylor, Varnon, Shoemake, Trigg, Bryan, Baskett, and others—both in Kentucky and later in Missouri, but something must be written about the relationship among the pioneers. Migrations in pioneers times were invariably a family affair. Eighteen families, merely neighbors, did not make a long and dangerous journey to settle in a wilderness had not some of them been related to each other. John Miller married Ann McClintock; Henry Thompson, Sr., married Mary McClintock (Perrins, p. 518), undoubtedly related to Ann, as also to William McClintock, the pioneer; and William McClelland married Martha Miller, certainly related to the Millers. Though (illegible) William McClelland probably came from Virginia, this has never been the tradition among the McClellands of Missouri, ";William McClelland of Pennsylvania married Martha Miller, by whom he had Jane (md. Robert Eakin Miller), Martha (md. Joseph McKim), Robert (md. Elizabeth Amos), William, Elisha and James (History of Callaway County, Missouri, St. Louis, 1884, p. 150)";

The following material is added by Miss Elizabeth Miller and is taken from ";Millers of Millersburg"; by Harry Middleton Hyatt, a descendant of John Miller, founder of Millersburg. Only a partial list of the descendants of John Miller through the fourth generation are given here. Complete list and additional information can be found in the book referred to above.

John Miller b. 1752-d. 1815—m. Ann McClintock 1779

Children of John Miller and Ann McClintock Miller:

Robert Eakin b. 1780—m. Jane McClelland 1814

John b. 1783—m. Cassandra West 1808

Elizabeth b. 1785—m. James Baker

Jean m. (1) Alvin West (2) John Swan Hughes

Joseph b. 1788—m. Polly McKee 1809, no children

William b. 1789—m. Margaret McClintock

James b. 1791—m. Nancy Walton Baker

Alexander b. 1795—m. (1) Martha McClure m. (2) Ann Pelham

Ann—m. William Talbott

Children of William Miller and Margaret McClintock Miller:

Frances Ann b. 1819—m. William Nunn 1839

Margaret H. b. 1821—m. Zed M. Layson

Jane A. b. 1823—m. Samuel Jones 1844

John Clark b. 1826—m. Jane E. McClelland 1847

Elizabeth b. 1830—never married

Children of Alexander S. Miller and Martha McClure Miller

John E. b. 1818, never married

William Mc. B. 1820—m. Susan J. Collier 1846

James McClure b. 1823—m. Rachel Hitt 1843

Mary McClure b. 1825, never married

Robert Andrew b. 1827—m. Adella Malone Raymond

Joseph Andrew b. 1831—m. Sally M. Best 1871, no children

Anne E. b. 1832—never married

America Jane b. 1834 d. 1837

America Jane (named for sister who died) b. 1840—m. Alexander Butler 1859

Martha M. b. 1842—m. William H. Savage

Children of Margaret H. Miller and Zed M. Layson:

William Miller m. Maggie Orr—Jan. 25, 1870

John Clark m. Laura Vimont—March 1871

Children of William McClure Miller and Susan J. Collier:

Charles Alexander b. 1857—m. Lutie Piper, June 5(?), 1878

James Collier b. 1854—m. Elizabeth Barbara Howe Jan. 27, 1874

Children of James McClure Miller and Rachel Hitt:

Mary McClure b. 1844

John Alexander b. 1847—m. Mollie Hall 1875

William McClelland b. 1849—m. (1) Martha Clay Hutchcraft 1883 m. (2) Eliza Ann Hart 1906

Henry Bascom b. 1852

Martha A. b._____--m. Robert P. Milam 1875

Carlton Hitt b. 1857—m. Josie Blount 1893

Callie McClure b. 1860

Raymond b. 1862

Robert Lee b. 1866—m. Lula Ward 1899

Children of Robert Andrew Miller and Adella Malone Raymond Miller:

Catherine b. 1864—never married

Martha H. b. 1867—m. Andrew J. Lamb 1893

Clarence b. 1868

Robert W. b. 1869

Children of America Jane Miller and Alexander Butler:

William Earnest b. 1861

James A. b. 1860—m. Alice Hook

Martha H. b. 1863—m. Albert K. Hawes

Children of Martha H. Miller and William H. Savage:

Walter

William

Alexander

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MAJOR JOHN MILLER.8-The names and deeds of those who have wrought nobly in the past should not be allowed to perish and it is in the making of Perpetual record concerning such persons that a publication of this order exercises its supreme function. The name of the Miller family is one which is ineffaceably traced on the history of Bourbon county, Kentucky, and which has been identified with the annals of American history since the early colonial epoch. Strong men and true, and gentle and gracious women have represented the name as one generation has followed another upon the stage of life, and loyalty and patriotism have been in distinctive evidence, the while the family escutcheon has ever been a symbol of integrity, honor and usefulness. In Kentucky, where the family was founded more than a century and a half ago, there have been many worthy citizens to upbear the prestige of the name and thus there is peculiar consistency in offering in this publication a review of the family history.

Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg, Bourbon county, Kentucky, and one of the earliest settlers of this section of the state, was born in Sherman's Valley, near Carlisle, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, on the 21st of September, 1752, and he is the progenitor of many descendants resident of Bourbon and Nicholas counties at the present time. Major John Miller, in company with his brother, Robert, and several others, emigrated from Pennsylvania to Kentucky in 1775, having been induced to take this actiori by the Governor of Virginia, who gave to each of them a pre-emption grant of four hundred acres of land in that section of Kentucky, which was then a part of Fincastle county, Virginia. The long and hazardous journey through the wilderness was made on foot and the sturdy pioneers arrived at their destination without serious difficulty enroute. Major John Miller and his brother, together with William McClelland and William Steele, had the prescience to discern the special advantages and attractions of what is now Millersburg precinct, Bourbon county, and here they secured their respective allotments of land. In addition to his grant of four hundred acres, Major Miller entered an additional tract of one thousand acres, which he secured at the nominal expenditure of twenty shillings per hundred acres. While they were surveying their lands they were continually menaced by the Indians and on one occasion William Steele was wounded by one of the savages. Concerning the conditions and incidents touching the lives of these sterling pioneers the following pertinent record has been written, being from the pen of George W. Bryan, who was one of the representative citizens of Millersburg. But slight change is made in the phraseology in the reproduction of the article.

";To protect their families from attack and siege of the Indians, each of the Millers built upon his lands a log block house or fort, Major Miller's being built near the present boundary line of Bourbon and Nicholas counties, on the land now owned by his greatgrandson, William M. Layson. Robert Miller's was near the big spring on Isaac Chanslor's farm. These block houses were loop-holed and sufficiently large to accommodate the famiilies of the neighboring settlers, who often fled to them for refuge. - After, planting a few acres in corn by simply tickling the rich soil with the hoe, the pioneers returned in the latter part of the year to Pennsylvania for their families. In the following spring they began their return journey, traveling by land to Pittsburg and thence down the Ohio in flat boats, intending to land at Limestone, Maysville, and then to proceed to their settlement, forty miles distant, over the 'Old Buffalo Trace,' which is now the Maysville and Lexington turnpike road. The danger in making the voyage down the river. came not, however, from the water, but from the shore. From tree and bush, from rock and ravine the deadly bullet and the flint-head arrow, dipped in poison, singly and by volleys, kept constantly on the alert the harassed voyageurs, compelling them to keep their boats in the middle of the river, to be out of range. But with all their precautions, Robert Miller fell a victim to their attacks and his body f ell into the river and into the hands of the Indians. Owing to this hostility, the travelers did not land at Maysville as they had intended, but continued their river journey to Beargrass, Louisville, where there was a settlement and fort, and it was not thought safe to settle upon their lands until about 1785-6. But even then, as everyone conversant with the early history of the 'dark and bloody ground' knows, they were often subject to sudden attacks by wandering bands of Indians from beyond the Ohio, who resented the occupation of their hunting grounds by the whites.

";The settlement grew in population and importance, as it was on the highway of immigration into Kentucky from the east. So that in 1798 Major John Miller had surveyed one hundred acres, which was laid off in town lots and incorporated as the town of Millersburg. As the facilities of transportation were meagre and the eastern markets distant, a great many trades and factories were established to supply the necessities of the community. More, in fact, a great many more, before the incorporation than there is now, a century later.

";The flouring mill was built by the Millers on each bank of the Hinkston. Flour, together with jeans, linsey-wool and flax cloths, spinning wheels, furniture, etc., as well as the products of the farm, were hauled in road wagons to Maysville, and shipped by flat-boats down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans. The money received was mostly silver, and, as it was before the advent of steam, getting back was another matter. But many a return trip was made on horse-back, with saddle-bags containing the silver, not only to Millersburg, but on to Philadelphia, where merchandise was purchased, hauled by land to Pittsburg, and then by flat-boat to Maysville, where the road wagons received it for final delivery to purchasers.";

Soon after coming to Kentucky Major John Miller returned to Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, where was solemnized his marriage to Ann McClintock, who accompanied him on his return to Kentucky. As noted in a preceding paragraph, some time had elapsed before he made final settlement on his land in Bourbon county, where he continued to reside until his death, which occurred on the 5th of September, 1815. His wife was born in Pennsylvania, on the 9th of July, 1755, and died at the old homestead in Bourbon county, Kentucky, on the 19th of December, 1825. Major Miller served with distinction in the war of the Revolution and-was known as an able commander having been major of his regiment. As has already been stated, Major Miller eventually surveyed one hundred acres of his land and platted the same into town lots, thus becoming the founder of Millersburg, which was named in his honor. He was a man of fine intellectual and physical powers and wielded large and beneficent influence in connection with the material and social development of Bourbon county, where he ever held a secure place in popular conndence and esteem. He became the father of four sons and two daughters and at the present time there are to be found in Bourbon and Nicholas counties many of his descendants, who have likewise played well their part in connection with the work of progress and development, as have also the intermediate generations. Within the pages of this publication will be found special mention of many representatives of this sterling family and the article here entered is given as a supplement to such individual sketches.

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Subject: Re: Miller - Steele

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 09:51:45 -0800

From: Kathryn Weiss

To: darby@

Bob

If you check 16CC297 out, please let me know the results. I am a couple of hours from the closest FHC, and live fairly remote. This keyboard & modem are my biggest connection. I just pasted new stuff to what little I'd sent last night.

16CC297 has an interview with J D. Shane: Interview with John Steele, Steele's Run, Kentucky. Four Steele families in Kentucky that were not connected; meeting with Daniel Boone in MO in 1810; Co. Robert Patterson's papers. 1 p.

13CC151-65 is 21 pgs interview with Robt Jones, of KY, mentions stations of John & William Miller.

34CC38 letter to LCD from E.B. Miller of Pierre S.Dak. Has written to his mother for the desired information;visit to relatives in Kentucky;settlement of John Miller and his brother-in-law Samuel Frazier, where Cynthiana now stands. 3 pgs.

Kathryn Weiss

PO box 129

Forbestown, CA 95941

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1775 June 12

1CC215: Richard Henderson, Boonesborough. Letter to Joseph Martin in the Valley. Asks that salt and other things left with him be delivered to Ralph Williams, David Burney, and William Millar; will send horses by Henderson's brother in a few weeks. 1p

1842

13CC48-51 Shane interview with Mrs. Webb, Ohio. Came out with Closs Thompson & Jane, his wife, from North Carolina in 1790. Incidents of the journey; Wm Samlley living in neighborhood of Xenia; residence of John Ducker; Earhart captured abt 1792; Aaron Miller and General Lytle mentioned.

1788 Dec 5

18CC203 John Gaston: Notice warning the public against a bond given to Abraham Miller. Capt John Wall equally bound with him. 1p

11CC133-35

Shane interview with Elijah Foley, Fayette Co., Came from Frederick Co., VA in 1779; settled at Bowman's Station; heads of Families there in spring 1780. Lieut Abraham Miller, Foley's wife, brother killed. Names of men who were killed at Bowmans station.

Mar 15, 1818

22CC235 James Wier, Lexington. Memo of letter to alexander Miller. Quotation of price on cotton. 1p

11CC253-57 Shane interview with Ben Guthrie, Woodford Co. Came to Ky in 1783; Cave Johnson & Richard Taylor in his company; list of families at Big Crossings Station; Andrew Miller, Edmund Roe, and Dick Searcy's wife killed by Indians. 5 pgs

4CC143-56 Mark Hardin Shelby Co., Ky letter to LCD Life on the Monongahela & Ky. Notes on Gen Wm Hardin, Co. Knox, Christopher Miller, Richard Burk & others 14 pp

1789-96 Oct 4-16

13CC25-33 Ichabod Benton Miller, Ohio Journal. Set out from Elizabethtown Pa for KY via Redstone, traveled with John S. Gano, Major Goforths family, Peter Coles, Edmund Buxton, and Talmon; settlement in Ohio; marriage to Sarah Mercer; birth of David Mercer Miller... 9 pgs

1800 Sept 22 8CC13 John S. Gano, Cincinnati. Letter to Capt Benj Lockwood, SouthWest Point, Tn; Encloses receipt for land tax; Capt E. Miller's resignation. 1p

1889 July 8

34CC41 E B Miller, Pierre, S.Dak Letter to LCD. Recent death of his mother in Co., dau of Richard Caulk of MD, who settled in St. Louis in 1785; her marriage to Hugh Miller in 1832, John Miller and Saml Frazier went to KY with Daniel Boone just after RW 3 pgs

14CC23 Shane memo on FW Miller who came into possession of the Symmes papers 1 p

1855, July 12 Gallagher, W D. Undulata, near Louisville, Letter to LDC. Proposes to visit, will be accompanied by Noble Butler, Ben Casseday, and probably J.A. Miller. 6 pgs

13CC151-65, 176-81 Shane interview with Robert Jones, Kentucky. Landed at Maysville, Ky Mar 31, 1786. Isaac Kellar, Col. Christian, Hezekia Wood; and Lot Masterson killed. Made trip with Alex Faulkner, Jim Freeland, Evan Shelby & Joshua Griffin. .... .... mentions stations of John and William Miller in KY 21 pp

Oct 25 1812

5CC60 John Miller, Lancaster, KY. Recpt to Letcher & McKee for 5 boxes of Clothing for Col Jennings regiment of the Northwestern Army. Boxes to be delivd to Wm. W. Worsley. 1p

1835

11CC191-99, 207 Shane interview with Caleb Williams, Fayette Co., mentions Neill Miller.

Mar 12, 1815 James Wier, Lexington, Letter to Robert Miller. Requesting him to examine damaged yarns in the hands of Adams, Knox, and Nixon at Philadelphia and advise him as to the best disposition to be made of them.

1835 June 1

38CC29-30 Sylvanus Miller, extract from an address delivered by Sylv. Miller, Esq. of New York. 2 pp

March 13, 1783

12CC208 Thomas Miller, entry for 2000 acres of land on a treasury warant, beginning on a creek about two miles below Estills battle ground. 1p

Sept 16, 1817

12CC222-23 Robert Morrow, Survey made in obedience to order of Circuit court of Montgomery Co., Ky in suit of John U. Waring et al, vs. James French et al. shows surveys of Thomas Miller, Jeremiah Moore, Weathers Smith, John Firstoe, Robert Sanders, Enoch Smith, Isaac Davis, Wm. Baranby Sears, and John U. Waring. Also shows Estill's battleground. 2 pgs

May 6, 1887

34CC13 E.P. Benton, Estill Co., KY. Letter to LCD. Knows nothing of Dorton's Creek; origin of name of Miller's Creek; his father-in-law, Valentine Crawford, an early settler on Miller's Creek;

That's it for the Kentucky Calendar. Hope something in here links up for you.

I am researching the line of William Bryan and Mary Boone, their son Samuel Bryan and his wife Mary Hunt, and the STEELE & Griffing lines if you run across anything at all, I'd appreciate it. Most of my folks ended up in Campbell Co. by 1795 or so, and include Gosney & Yelton as well.

Kathryn

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John Miller’s Station9

John, William and Robert Miller were three brothers who, along with other settlers, came to Kentucky in 1778 from Sherman's Valley near Carlisle, Pennsylvania (Kentuckian-Citizen 1944). John Miller had apparently made his first trip as early as 1775 to claim land possibly along with William McClintock, William Steele, one of the Houstons and others. The 1778 party included the Millers, McClintock, Steele, Robert Pollock, William McClellan, David Marshall, Henry Thompson, John Patton and others, totalling eighteen men with their families. A surveyor named Johnson laid off their claims and land was cleared and corn planted. Indian depredations drove them back to the settlements (with the loss of Robert Miller's life) but some apparently returned in 1779 and built a blockhouse (Kentuckian-Citizen 1944). Mastin (1965) reported that the Millers did not take possession until 1785-86. A Miller descendant stated that each of the brothers built a cabin (Chontrelle Layson 1983: personal communication). The reported locations of these structures are indicated on Figure IV-20. A check of the Miller land grants revealed that both John and William obtained patents but Robert did not. Presumably, Robert's death prevented him from entering his claim. However, the early occurrence of Robert's death immediately upon their arrival in 1779 (Mastin 1965) suggests that his ";cabin"; may have been no more than an improvement or crude log pen, possibly dating from 1775 if he accompanied John. John-s tract formed a rectangle with the settlement to the northwest and the preemption to the southeast. Hinkston Creek formed his westerly boundary for the length of his settlement and preemption, then made a right-angle curve to the east and slightly north at his southwestern preemption boundary. Since John later provided land for the town of Millersburg out of his grant, the placement of the creek at his westerly and southerly lines appears justified. This placement also includes his reported station location just within his preemption but very near his settlement line. Miller adjoined for a short distance with William Steele to the northwest. According to John Miller's survey calls, he was to adjoin William Miller along Hinkston Creek although the calls did not specifically state that they shared any corners along the boundary. However, John's southwest preemption corner specified ";a sugartree hoopwood and spanish oak on the bank of the creek near a large buffaloe crossing";, while William Miller's southeast corner specified ";three lin [linn] trees on the bank of highstone [Hinkston] fork near a large buffaloe road";, suggesting that these corners were close to one another. A check of other potentially shared corners did not indicate a match. The only other clues come from William McClellan's settlement which shared a corner with William Miller. In order for McClellan's attached preemption to not interfere with John Miller's southerly preemption line, the plats were connected as shown in Figure IV-20. However, the survey calls and plat of William Miller were not in complete agreement and the connected claims could not be made to join conformably by following the directions of the entries.

Another contradiction is notable in the reported locations of William and Robert Miller's cabins. Family history attributed a small single pen cabin discovered within a more recent structure (designated Bb-193 in the Kentucky Heritage Council inventory) to William Miller (so indicated on Figure IV-20). Its original location (it now stands on an adjacent lot) falls within the preemption claim of William Steele who adjoined a portion of John Miller's northerly settlement line. However, the preciseness of their adjoining boundaries again was elusive in the records and two possibilities are approximated in the map. The main difficulty lies in that John Miller's line begins in Steele's line and passes one of his corners. Reference to Steele's plat indicates that he intended to claim land on both sides of Hinkston Creek and that the creek was to run through the length of his preemption, exiting on his westerly line after making a large bend. Given the orientation and stream details of Steele's plat and John Miller's calls, either of the possible connections are problematical. However, both contain the cabin attributed to William Miller. This location is marked with a square denoting the house and the name W. M. Layson on the 1877 Beers and Co. map of Bourbon County. The Laysons and Millers intermarried and, in fact, the descendants (Laysons) still own both the John Miller Station and the log cabin attributed to William. A comprehensive deed search would undoubtedly account for the intricacies of ownership but such a task was beyond the scope of this research effort.

The location of Robert Miller's cabin is placed as shown in Figure IV-20 and based on local oral history. However, sparse evidence suggests that this location more likely applies to William McClellan's cabin. The reported site (now occupied by a brick dwelling) is on the settlement tract of William McClellan. A William McClellan (or McClelland) was interviewed by John Dabney Shane (Draper mss. 11CC181184). He was probably the son of the McClellan (or McClelland) who acquired the land and accompanied the Millers to Kentucky. According to his recollections, his family came to Kentucky in the fall of 1787. He mentions in passing that ";McClelland's Station"; was ";not far from Millersburg in Bourbon [County]"; (Draper mss. 11CC183). The McClellans may have taken over Robert's cabin after he was killed.

Systematic shovel probing was carried out on the site (designated 15Bb83) attributed to John Miller. The site is located on a lower bench of a ridge next to Miller's Run (now called Layson-s Branch). A shallow depression within an area of moderately dark brown cultural midden containing late eighteenth to early nineteenth century and possibly later artifacts is notable on the ridge bench. Later artifacts and moderate quantities of soft-fired brick suggest that the house was subsequently modified to include a brick chimney. The depression measures approximately 9 m in diameter and is about 1.5 m northeast of a brick concentration suggested to be chimney rubble. A well is located about 7.5 m southeast of the edge of the depression. The associated spring was once walled in and flowed due east of the site in the small tributary valley below. Perhaps 25 m downstream from the spring is a stacked and mortared stone retaining wall which may have once supported some type of outbuilding.

Two transects running north-south and east-west were laid out across the structural depression. The site was in pasture at the time of survey but has been used for tobacco in the past. Probes were placed at ten-foot intervals. Table IV-3 indicates artifacts collected or observed from each 'shovel probe and those collected from the surface. Of particular interest are the fragments of chinking which indicate log construction, the lead-glazed red paste earthenware, the possible creamware sherd, the extremely thin windowpane glass and the presence of probable ";flow blue"; and shell edged decorated pearlware dating from at least 1790-1820. Limestone and brick fragments were also observed in all the shovel probes. Depending on which date is most acceptable for John's permanent settlement, the chinking probably is associated with the earliest construction phase. Later modifications probably account for the windowpanes and brick chimney. The limestone encountered in the probes consistently conformed to small, flat pieces commonly used in the chinking process. Large stone foundation stones were lacking but likely would have been removed to facilitate cultivation. The artifact inventory from the site includes the same lead-glazed red paste earthenware found at John Grant's Station as well as possible creamware (dating from 1759 on) and pearlware (dating from 1790 on). The shelledged decoration on the rim was also an early innovation although it continued into the nineteenth century. Another interesting artifact is an iron key which is of a type fitting the seventeenth or eighteenth century plate stock-lock (Noel Hume 1978:244-245).

A possible reconstruction of the history of the John Miller Station site is as follows. The original building was a log house, probably double pen in size and plan, built for defensibility. The defensive nature of the structure may not have exceeded the inclusion of rifle portholes and, possibly, blockhouse features such as an overhanging second story and a door that could be barred. The depression may have served as a shallow root cellar beneath the house.

Subsequent to the pioneer era when protection from Indians ceased to be necessary, the house was gradually improved. The early chimney may have only been stick-and-daub; if so, it would have required replacement with more durable, less hazardous materials. Miller's son built a small Federal-style brick house (designated Bb-195 in the Kentucky Heritage Council inventory) about 400 m to the west sometime in the late eighteenth-early nineteenth century. Bricks are thought to have been manufactured at a homemade kiln in the small valley between the two structures (located by Chontrelle Layson during bulldozing operations). Brick from John's site is very similar to that of the later house, suggesting that improvements to the log house may have coincided with the construction of his son's house. John Miller died in 1815, possibly while still occupying the log house.

In light of the relatively high density and good preservation of the documented deposits, this site may be considered potentially eligible.

They had the following children:

30 i. Robert Eakin (1780-1860)

31 ii. John (1783-1827)

32 iii. Elizabeth (1785-1827)

33 iv. Joseph (1788-1853)

34 v. William (1789-1847)

vi. James. James was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 11, 1791.

On May 1, 1814 James married Nancy Walton BAKER, daughter of Martin BAKER Jr. (September 22, 1773-) & Esther WALTON (August 12, 1776-), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Nancy Walton was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 22, 1796. Nancy Walton died in Lewis County, Missouri, on February 6, 1861; she was 64.

35 vii. Alexander (1796-1870)

36 viii. Ann (1794-1852)

37 ix. Jean (1785-1843)

11. Hugh McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Hugh was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on May 28, 1758. Hugh died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on January 25, 1850; he was 91. Hugh was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

There is a Millersburg cemetery listing, as follows: Jane, dau of Hugh McClintock, d. June 3, 1834, age 72 years. This may be the daughter or wife of Hugh McClintock. The death date and relationship cannot both be correct.--REF

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Research: Will of Hugh McClintock, dated 14 Feb 1844, Probated Dec 1849, mentions son-in-law, Nimrod Wood

Pension file gives birthdate and place and engagements in Rev. War for Hugh McClintock

From Mollie James' The McClintock Family: ";Miss Ann Wood, granddaughter of Hugh McClintock and Jean who lives in the brick house built by Hugh in 1805, near Headquarters, Nicholas County, Ky, has the original church letter of her grandparents dated Sherman's Valley, Cumberland Co., April 9, 1796, ";That Hugh McClintock and Jean, his wife, have been members of this congregation, have had their children baptised, are of regular moral character, free from scandal, or any ground of church censure known to me.' Certified by John Linn, VDM";

On May 10, 1787 Hugh married Jean McCORD, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

They had one child:

38 i. Margaret

12. Margaret McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Margaret was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on April 8, 1761. Margaret died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 18, 1838; she was 76. Margaret was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On September 18, 1783 Margaret married Joseph PATTEN, son of William PATTON (1725-1795) & Sarah DUNLAP?, in Centre Presbyterian Church, Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Joseph was born on October 1, 1759. Joseph died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 1, 1822; he was 62. Joseph was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

From web site: /~dvagricola/ky.56.html

a. Joseph Patton Sr.2, b. 1 Oct. 1759 (Ire/ Pa?), would appear to be the man named in the will of William Patton (1795), which provided “First, I give and bequeath to my oldest son Joseph One hundred and twenty acres of land where he now lives including all the improvements”. (Bourbon will book A) Beginning in 1787 Joseph was listed on the Bourbon tax duplicate without land. No list for 1794 survives. In 1795 we find Joseph with 120 acres on Hinkson Creek, 4 horses and 17 cattle; he continues on these lists with 120 acres until 1807 when his holdings increased to 220 acres. Joseph married Margaret McClintock in 1783 in Centre Presbyterian Church, died 1 Sept. 1822 Bourbon Co Ky. (735) . He was on the 1810 and 1820 Bourbon Co censuses. He died intestate. His children have been listed by descendants, based on descent of property. We will reproduce this list below with added comments.

They had the following children:

i. Sarah H. Sarah H. was born on June 26, 1784. Sarah H. died on July 13, 1855; she was 71. Sarah H. was buried in Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ruddell’s Mills, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Notes on Sarah Patton:

Buried Ruddles Mill. She was alive in 1830 when she deeded land to her brother, Joseph.

Notes from Lurose Patton on Sarah Patton:

My Joseph Patton (Paton / Patten) was the youngest brother of William Patton who married Martha Fullerton and Sarah Dunlap. He is the one who married Margaret McClintock. Their first child signed her father's estate papers as ";Sarah H. Nailer";. ( 26 June 1784-13 July 1855) Checking the Stonermouth Burial Records I found that there was a Sarah Nailor born that day, listed as wife of James Nailor. I don't know much more about the Nailor family except that she deeded land to her brother Joseph in 1830. Don't know if they had descendants. This Joseph (Jr.) Patton (Patten / Paton) [They spell their own names differently on the same documents, and their are so many Joseph's that it is rediculous]; married (1) Margaret Shannon whose Bible records show born 27 January 1785. I've been unable to see her Bible Records for myself, and cannot tell if the ";5"; should have been a ";3";. I believe she is the same Margaret Shannon shown in the following record with birthdates copied from Disk 1 of WFT.

Sarah H. married James NAILER.

39 ii. Elizabeth (1786-1864)

40 iii. Joseph (1786-1854)

iv. William. William was born on February 15, 1790. William died on December 15, 1806; he was 16.

41 v. Mary “Polly” (1791-1859)

vi. John. John was born on November 14, 1793. John died in November 1796; he was 2.

42 vii. Hugh (1795-1866)

viii. John. John was born on July 4, 1798.

43 ix. Margaret “Peggy” (1800-1828)

Family of Alexander McCLINTOCK (4) & Martha

13. William McCLINTOCK (Alexander2, William1). William was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in June 1750. William died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on March 20, 1819; he was 68.

Notes for WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK:

William McClintock (1750) came from Cumberland County, PA to Nicholas County, KY to settle 400 acres of land grant. It is believed he came to Kentucky by boat down the Licking river. In 1780-81, he was a private under Captain John Nelson, 5th Battalion, Cumberland County, Militia. (Vol. 23 3rd Series - Penna. Archives. Elizabeth Torrence McClintock was the daughter of Joseph McClintock who was born in Tyrone County, Ireland in 1701 and Elizabeth Torrence. William and Elizabeth were cousins.

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Deposition of Henry Thompson states he came to Ky. 1775 in company with Wm. Nesbit, Wm. Steele, Wm. McClintock, Jos. Houston and others to the number of abt. fourteen, that John Hinkson, John Martin, John Haggin and others to the number of At. fourteen joined his company at Blue Licks, deponent left this country 1775 and did not return until 1784. Question by F. Marshall for self and those claiming under claim. of Patty Harris, late Patty Wethers: ";Did you not know where improvement was in 1775 or '76?"; Deponent states he only heard of it, that the co. divided into companies of three or four persons, that Wm. Steele, Houston and, he believes, Wm. Flennand, Richard Clark improved with Nesbit in 1775, and he heard Wm. Craig, Wm. Houston and Robert Thompson say they worked with Nesbit 1776, heard Nesbit say he intended improving on Thompson'& run for his brother, that Nesbit came abt. harvest 1776 to Penn. from Ky., that Wm. Steele made improvement 1775.

Deposition of Wm. McClintock, Nov. 27, 1816, states he came to Ky. 1775, in ca. with Wm. Steele, Jos. Houston, Wm. Nesbit and others; he was not in Ky. from 1775 to 1784.

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Research: American Genealogy of the Allied Families of McKee, McClintock, Mills and Stipp. by James Robert McKee. 1900.

The United States Biographical Dictionary, Illinois, 1876, p. 744-755.

";William McClintock...was born in Sherman's Valley, near the city of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1752";

Deposition Book A, Bourbon Co., KY, Nov. 25, 1816, deposition of William Steele, taken at the home of John Nesbit. Stated that he first came to Kentucky in 1775 with fourteen people, including: William Nesbit and Joseph Houston. Their company entered Limestone trace to buffalo trail, now called Ruddell's road, camped on Millers run and drew lots for land. Steele lived in PA until 1779 and came again in 1780.

Deposition of Henry Thompson, stated that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Nesbit, William Steele, William McClintock, Joseph Houston, and others. Deponent left and did not return until 1784.

Deposition of William McClintock, Nov 27, 1816, said that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Steele, Joseph Houston, William Nesbit and others, he was not in Kentucky from 1775 to 1784.

1774 Cumberland Co., PA tax return for Teboyne twp. lists the three William McClintocks, which have caused so much confusion: William McClintock 80 acres, William McClintock, Jr. 50 acres and William McClintock, freeman. William McClintock, freeman has to be the William McClintock of this sketch, that moved to Kentucky in 1785. He did not marry Elizabeth McClintock, until ca. 1776, before his eldest child, Joseph, was born in Dec. 1777 and after his trip to Kentucky. The tax return indicates that the other two William McClintocks were married. According to Pennsylvania law, freemen denoted an unmarried person on the tax rolls. The appearance of William on the tax rolls in 1774 for the first time would indicate 1753 as his year of birth, very close to the year of 1752 given by his grandson, William of St. Claire Co., IL. From 1778 to 1788, the William of this sketch appears on the tax rolls as not owning any land, and some years he is described as a blacksmith. The other two Williams always own land, and are consistenly described as William McClintock and William McClintock, Jr. The William McClintock, who is not described as Jr. or blacksmith, shows up in Cumberland Co., PA as early as 1767, he is the exact same William who died in 1808 and left a will. William, Jr. was his son, named in his will. An important deed is, recorded in Cumberland Co., PA in 1787, where Janet McClintock conveys her inherited 126 acres of land to her husband, William. This helps differentiate William, Jr. from the William of this sketch, in that we know that William of KY was married to Elizabeth McClintock his entire life. Therefore,. through the process of elimination, the William of this sketch was the William on the tax returns that owned no land and was a blacksmith.

Here are the reasons that the William who moved to Kentucky was the son of Alexander McClintock, who died in 1760.

1. His grandson, William who was 16 years old (and lived near the William of this sketch) when he died, recalled that his grandfather was born in 1752 in Sherman's Valley, near Carlisle, PA. William and William, Jr. were living in Lancaster Co., PA at that time, as evidenced by tax returns. William and William, Jr. did not move to Teboyne until about 1767. The only possible parents for William in 1752, would have been: Joseph of Teboyne, Alexander of Middleton and John of Middleton. Joseph and John left wills and did not have a William as a son, this leaves only Alexander as his father.

2. Orphans court docket 2, p. 78, 19 May 1767, states that William McClintock was a minor orphan of Alexander McClintock, deceased. A researcher in the late 1800s uncovered a document that stated that Alexander's sons ";were put out to trades,"; this would help confirm his appearence in the tax rolls as a blacksmith.

3. Tax returns as indicated above, prove that William did not have any land. In 1787 when Janet McClintock, mentioned her husband as William McClintock, living in Teboyne and that she gave him 126 acres of land, this could not be the William who moved to Kentucky, he was already there at that time. On the 1781 tax returns, William McClintock, Jr. is listed as paying for 127 acres of land.

In 1776 William married Elizabeth Torrence McCLINTOCK (8) , daughter of Joseph McCLINTOCK (2) (1701-circa August 6, 1799) & Elizabeth TORRENCE (circa 1723-1758), in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Torrence was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in June 1750. Elizabeth Torrence died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on August 27, 1819; she was 69.

They had the following children:

22 i. Joseph (1777-1846)

ii. Alexander. Alexander was born on October 12, 1779.

On January 27, 1807 Alexander married Sarah “Sally” SHAW, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. Jane. Jane was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1782.

Jane married John WILEY.

23 iv. Elizabeth (1784-1864)

24 v. Daniel (1786-)

25 vi. William (1787-1861)

26 vii. Hugh (1791-)

27 viii. Margaret

Fourth Generation

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Family of Mary McCLINTOCK (5) & Henry THOMPSON Sr.

14. Henry THOMPSON Jr. (Mary McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Henry was born in Sherman Valley, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in May 1782. Henry died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 15, 1852; he was 69. Henry was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Henry married Mary WILSON, daughter of James WILSON & Miss CLARK. Mary was born in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1795. Mary died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 15, 1860; she was 65. Mary was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. John. John died in 1860.

44 ii. Daniel (1824-1889)

45 iii. James H. (1822-)

iv. Robert.

v. Mary. Mary died in 1859.

Mary married Mr. McCLINTOCK.

Family of Joseph McCLINTOCK (6) & Rebecca PATTEN

15. William McCLINTOCK (Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 5, 1786. William died in Shelby County, Ohio, on December 1, 1851; he was 65.

From Eileen Van Allman (GenCircle Web Site):

William b. 08-05-1786; died 12-03-1851 in Shelby, OH and mar 02-09-1813 Ross Co, OH Sarah McClintock, dau of Alexander McClintock. Sarah b. 03-23-1794 d. 01-03-1858. They had the following children: Joseph 1813; James C.1815; Betsy Maria 1816; William 1817; John Thomas 1819; Sally Ann 1821; Adam 1822; Rebecca Jane 1825; Louisa 1826; Olive 1828; Daniel 1830.

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Research: History of Shelby Co., OH, 1883

1850 Census, Shelby Co., OH, Washington twp.

1830 census, Shelby Co., OH, p. 31, Gra. twp.

Milliam McClintock, males: 1 0 to 5, 2 5 to 10, 1 10 to 15, 2 15 to 20, 1 40 to 50; females: 2 0 to 5, 2 5 to 10, 1 10 to 15, 1 30 to 40.

The history states that the family moved to Shelby Co. in 1824.

Information from William Powell:

1. abstract of William McClintock family bible, in possession of Kenneth Raymer

2. Clara mcClintock Dickerson's notes

Most all of the information on William and his descendants is based on the thorough work that William Powell has done on the family.

Will of William McClintock, Shelby Co., OH

Dated 21 Mar 1849

Probated 9 Mar 1852

Mentions wife, Sarah McClintock

Son, James C. McClintock to get 80 acres in Mercer Co., OH

Son, John T. McClintock to get 77 acres in Mercer Co., OH

Son, Adam McClintock to get 52 acres in Mercer Co., OH

Sons: Daniel and Harvey McClintock to get $250 a piece

Daughters: Betsey M., Rebecca Jane., and Olive McClintock to get $150 dollars a piece

Witnesses: Rebecca Jane McClintock, Olive McClintock and Robert Densmore

1850 Planting Journal of William McClintock

Apr 27th First green leafes on buckeye and no other timber is green in this part of the country, not a dogwood blosom to be seen; Marshel ..... & Lenon have planted corn in the three last days

May 1st Some frost not a dogwood blosom out yet nor apple or peach

May 5th This is the first day I have seen appletree in blosem & thear not farley opened & no dogwood blosems yet, the buds is seveled but not out

May 9th We are planting corn the wether is cold and no dogwood blosomes yet

May 13 Dogwod blosom is out, the oak leves apeer for the first [time]

May 21 Frost & 22nd frost, 23rd still very dry, no rain in May this 23rd day

May 31st Frost & very dry - 1850

June 1st Frost

June 8th Sprinkle of rain the first for five weeks, not a necys. to do any good, people is much elarmed, corn that has been planted 4 weaks in ground & dry in the hill very much of its not through

June 9th Raine & like for Raine 1850 Wm McClintock

June 17th the first rane to do any good

June 22nd Corn that has been planted 42 days is coming up good as if it had been planted only one weak, large patches lay dry till this weak, Wm McClintock

June 27th No raine for the last 10 days

On February 9, 1813 William married Sarah McCLINTOCK, in Ross County, Ohio. Sarah was born in Kentucky on March 23, 1794. Sarah died in Shelby County, Ohio, on January 3, 1858; she was 63.

They had the following children:

i. James Cunningham. James Cunningham was born in Ohio on February 7, 1815. James Cunningham died on April 9, 1875; he was 60.

ii. Adam. Adam was born in Ohio on October 10, 1822. Adam died in Shelby County, Ohio, on October 11, 1850; he was 28.

iii. Rebecca Jane. Rebecca Jane was born in Shelby County, Ohio, on March 26, 1825. Rebecca Jane died on November 4, 1867; she was 42.

iv. Olive. Olive was born in Shelby County, Ohio, on March 25, 1828. Olive died on February 26, 1866; she was 37.

v. Daniel.

vi. Harvey.

vii. Betsey Maria. Betsey Maria was born in Ohio on August 27, 1816. Betsey Maria died on November 5, 1886; she was 70.

In 1848 Betsey Maria married Anthony DAVENPORT.

viii. Joseph Alexander. Joseph Alexander was born in Ohio on November 30, 1813. Joseph Alexander died in Ohio on November 16, 1939; he was 125.

ix. William Patton. William Patton was born in Ohio on November 1, 1817. William Patton died in Ohio on February 20, 1836; he was 18.

x. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in Ohio on September 19, 1819. John Thomas died in Illinois on January 21, 1892; he was 72.

xi. Sally Ann. Sally Ann was born in Ohio on March 23, 1821. Sally Ann died in Ohio on July 11, 1836; she was 15.

xii. Louisa. Louisa was born in Shelby County, Ohio, on May 31, 1826. Louisa died in Shelby County, Ohio, on August 20, 1844; she was 18.

16. Thomas McCLINTOCK (Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Thomas was born about 1788. Thomas died about 1840; he was 52.

On May 18, 1812 Thomas married Rebecca HOLIDAY, daughter of William HOLLIDAY (1755-after December 20, 1811) & Martha PATTON (between 1754-1760-October 9, 1816), in Harrison County, Kentucky. Rebecca was born in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, on September 19, 1791. Rebecca died in 1849; she was 57.

They had the following children:

i. Rebecca. Rebecca was born in Kentucky. Rebecca died in 1853.

ii. Martha P. Martha P. was born in Kentucky circa 1818.

iii. Joseph.

iv. Thomas J. Thomas J. was born in Kentucky circa 1820. Thomas J. died in Marion County, Indiana, in 1853; he was 33.

Thomas J. married Margaret.

46 v. William H. (1813-)

17. John McCLINTOCK (Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on February 21, 1793. John died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on July 9, 1840; he was 47. John was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 21, 1828 John married Nancy McKEE, in Harrison County, Kentucky. Nancy was born on January 19, 1802. Nancy died on November 23, 1874; she was 72. Nancy was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

47 i. John David (1836-1881)

18. Elizabeth McCLINTOCK (Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on February 21, 1799. Elizabeth died on October 30, 1853; she was 54. Elizabeth was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Elizabeth married John PATTON, son of John PATTON (1769-1816) & Susanna McCUNE (June 20, 1774-circa 1814). John was born on November 14, 1801. John died on September 27, 1848; he was 46. John was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. Susannah McCune. Susannah McCune was born in 1819. Susannah McCune died on February 4, 1845; she was 26. Susannah McCune was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

19. Alexander F. McCLINTOCK (Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Alexander F. was born on May 8, 1801. Alexander F. died in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on June 18, 1881; he was 80. Alexander F. was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

On April 18, 1832 Alexander F. married Anna M. BIRCH, daughter of Thomas Erskine BIRCH Rev. & Mary Magdalene MILLER, in Cynthiana, Kentucky. Anna M. was born in Wytheville, Montgomery County, Virginia, on March 17, 1809. Anna M. died in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on September 29, 1878; she was 69. Anna M. was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

48 i. Joseph Birch (1834-1891)

49 ii. John Thomas (1841-1874)

Family of Daniel B. McCLINTOCK (7) & Frances CLARK

20. Margaret McCLINTOCK (Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). Margaret was born on November 19, 1789. Margaret died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 9, 1859; she was 69. Margaret was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 21, 1818 Margaret married William MILLER (34) , son of Major John MILLER (September 21, 1752-September 5, 1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (10) (July 9, 1755-December 19, 1825), in Kentucky. William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 23, 1789. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 3, 1847; he was 57. William was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

50 i. Frances Ann (1819-)

51 ii. Margaret H. (1821-1851)

iii. Jane A. Jane A. was born in 1823.

Jane A. married Samuel JONES.

52 iv. John Clark (1826-1864)

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on January 25, 1830. Elizabeth died on August 19, 1845; she was 15. Elizabeth was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

21. Joseph McCLINTOCK (Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1787. Joseph died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1836; he was 49. Joseph was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On November 5, 1818 Joseph married Elizabeth HENRY, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Margaret.

Margaret married DIMMIT.

ii. Elzabeth R.

iii. Frances Jane.

iv. Amanda T. Amanda T. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 11, 1827. Amanda T. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 28, 1852; she was 25. Amanda T. was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

v. Emily G.

vi. Mary Ann.

Mary Ann married McKENNEY.

Family of Elizabeth Torrence McCLINTOCK (8) & William McCLINTOCK (13)

22. Joseph McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Pennsylvania on December 19, 1777. Joseph died in St. Clair, Illinois, on January 22, 1846; he was 68.

Research: The United States biographical Dictionary - Illinois Volume, 1876, p. 744.

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Research: The History of St. Clair Co., IL, 1881, states: Joseph McClintock, a native of Bourbon Co., KY reached St. Clair Co. with his family then conisisting of eight children on 23rd Nov 1818. He settled four miles south of Belleville. Joseph died there in 1846. Three of his children are now living (1881). One, William McClintock in St. Clair Co., on a farm adjacent to the city of Belleview. He was born in Nicholas Co., KY Dec. 1802. Another son, James McClintock, now lives in Hancock, IL.

The United States Biographical Dictionary, Illinois, 1876, p. 744-745.

";Joseph McClintock, father of this sketch [William McClintock], was born in Pennsylvania, December, 1777, and died in St. Clair county, Illinois, January, 1846. The family is of Scotch-Irish ancestry, having early immigrated to this country. Joseph McClintock settled near Millersburg, Bourbon county, Kentucky, and in 1801 married Jane, daughter of Nathaniel Gleeson and Sarah Cowan, natives of Scotland. ...... [Joseph] although ... educated in a slave state, never sympathized with the ";peculiar institution,"; or approved of it. But [his brother], being a large slave owner, entertained opinions in harmony with his own interests, although directly adverse to those of his brother; in consequence of which an 'irrepressible conflict' at times manifested itself between the two families, extending even to the respective children. Joseph McClintock therefore determined to quit his native state and seek a home in Illinois, where both he and his son subsequently exercised a powerful influence in favor of freedom. Agreeably to this decision, in 1817 he disposed of his property in Kentucky, and entered a half-section of land, at two dollars per acre, in St. Clair county, four miles south of Belleville. At this time the family consisted of the parents and eight children, of whom William was the eldest. They were four weeks in making the journey thither. On the premises was a log cabin built by a squatter, to whom he paid twenty-five dollars for his interest in it. In this rude and humble cabin the entire family took up its abode November 23, 1818."; The author goes on to state that Joseph and Jane (Gleeson) McClintock had six children that married seven of Abraham and Susannah Eymans' children.

The 1810 census for Nicholas Co., KY lists Joseph's household as:

Joseph McClintock 30320-201110

1820 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintock: 3 males 0 to 21; 1 male 21 to 45

5 females 0 to 18; 1 female 18 to 45

Marriage records, St. Clair Co., IL

James McClintock m. Susan Eyman 27 Mar 1828

William McClintock m. Nancy Eyman 8 Feb 1829

Sarah C. McClintock m. Jacob Eyman 8 Sep 1824

Jane McClintock m. Harbert Patterson 28 Jul 1831

Elizabeth McClintock m. John Eyman 17 May 1838

Ann McClintock m. M. G. Cameron 28 Apr 1842

James McClintock m. Elizabeth Glass 30 Dec 1841

1830 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintick 0101201-0021101

James McClintick 10001-00001, one below Joseph

William McClintoch 00002-00002

James McClintuck 000001-no fems.

1840 census, St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph McClintock 001111001-00011001

John McClintock 200001-00001, two below Joseph

William McClintock 001001-000002

1850 census, St. Clair Co., IL

High Prairie, 15 Nov.

James McClintock 44m KY Farmer $2,500

Rhoda McClintock 38f KY

William MClintock 20m St. Clair Co., IL

Joseph H. McClintock 8m St. Clair Co., IL

Joshua McClintock 7m St. Clair Co., IL

John A. McClintock 6m St. Clair Co., IL

George G. McClintock 3m St. Clair Co., IL

Bellville Prairie, 21 Nov.

Alexander McClintock 30m IL Farmer $2,000

Elenora McClintock 28f VA

Martha P. McClintock 6/12f IL

Jane McClintock 68f PA

Margaret McClintock 33f KY

On September 24, 1801 Joseph married Jane GLEESON, daughter of Nathaniel GLEESON & Sarah COWEN, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane was born in Pennsylvania on March 7, 1782. Jane died in Belleville, Illinois, on April 14, 1870; she was 88.

Research: Maiden names is from McClintock Compendium, p. 80 and from spricetea@

They had the following children:

i. William. William was born on December 20, 1802. William died after 1881; he was 78.

On February 8, 1829 William married Nancy EYMAN, daughter of Abraham EYMAN & Susannah, in St. Clair County, Illinois.

ii. Sarah. Sarah was born on December 6, 1809.

53 iii. James (1806-1889)

54 iv. John (1807-)

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on May 17, 1809.

On May 17, 1838 Elizabeth married John EYMAN, in St. Clair County, Illinois. John died on March 23, 1849.

55 vi. Jane (1813-)

56 vii. Ann (1815-)

viii. Margaret. Margaret was born on June 12, 1817. Margaret died on February 14, 1873; she was 55.

57 ix. Alexander (1820-1864)

23. Elizabeth McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on January 3, 1784. Elizabeth died in 1864; she was 79.

In 1803 Elizabeth married John McKEE. John died in 1842.

They had the following children:

58 i. John (1804-)

ii. William. William was born in 1806.

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in 1807.

iv. Mary. Mary was born in 1809.

v. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1810.

vi. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1813.

vii. Sarah. Sarah was born in 1815.

viii. Samuel. Samuel was born in 1817.

ix. Jane. Jane was born in 1819.

x. Alexander. Alexander was born in 1821.

24. Daniel McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Daniel was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 22, 1786.

On July 7, 1817 Daniel married Louisa SCROGIN, daughter of Robert SCROGIN Jr. (October 4, 1776-April 1, 1836) & Narcissa MILLS (May 13, 1777-May 19, 1819), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 22, 1798. Louisa died in Collinsville, Ohio, on October 26, 1874; she was 76.

They had the following children:

i. Robert Scrogin. Robert Scrogin was born on November 16, 1827.

Research: Moved to Butler Co., OH

On May 31, 1859 Robert Scrogin married Sarah SMITH.

ii. Margaret. Margaret was born on May 24, 1818. Margaret died in June 1893; she was 75.

In September 1846 Margaret married William Wirt MILLS.

iii. William Alexander. William Alexander was born on April 9, 1820. William Alexander died in Buena Vista, Mexico, in 1847; he was 26.

William died in the Battle of Buena Vista, Mexico.

25. William McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 27, 1787. William died in 1861; he was 73.

On January 27, 1817 William married Sallie PATTON, daughter of John PATTON (1769-1816) & Susanna McCUNE (June 20, 1774-circa 1814), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Sallie was born in 1797. Sallie died in 1865; she was 68.

They had the following children:

i. Susan. Susan was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 11, 1818. Susan died on June 26, 1879; she was 61.

On February 8, 1837 Susan married James THORN.

59 ii. John (1821-1879)

iii. William. William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 22, 1823. William died on July 13, 1876; he was 53.

In July 1865 William married Mary J. REID.

iv. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 11, 1825. Elizabeth died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 18, 1837; she was 11.

v. Joseph. Joseph was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 2, 1827. Joseph died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 3, 1848; he was 21.

vi. Elizabeth J.

In 1850 Elizabeth J. married Daniel THOMPSON (44) , son of Henry THOMPSON Jr. (14) (May 1782-February 15, 1852) & Mary WILSON (1795-February 15, 1860). Daniel was born on January 24, 1824. Daniel died in 1889; he was 64.

DANIEL THOMPSON,10 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; was born January 24, 1824 (see James H. Thompson's history for history of his people), and spent his early life on the farm with his father until twenty-six years of age, having in the meantime received some knowledge of books under the old select school system, in all old log building with clapboard roof, puncheon floor and split logs for seats, which constituted the seat of learning at that day. In 1850, he was married to Elizabeth McClintock, having by her three children, who, with the mother, are now dead. His second marriage occurred Oct. 4, 1859, to Elizabeth Moore, who was born Dec. 1, 1840, to James McClure and Margaret (Layson) Moore. By this marriage there have been nine children born unto them: Mary A., June 26, 1860; Jas. Mc., Jan. 14, 1862; Margaret E., March 6, 1864; John W., Feb. 11, 1866; Saml. D., March 28, 1868; infant daughter, dead; French Moore, Nov. 1, 1873; Robert Presley, Oct. 23, 1876; Harry W., July 28, 1879. Mr. Thompson is quite extensively engaged in raising thoroughbred short horns of the principal families, all his stock having registered pedigrees. He is also superintending large farming interests. In the summer of 1877 he suffered the loss of about $8,000 worth of property in the accidental burning of his dwelling and its effects. He and his family are members of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church on Hinkston.

vii. Sarah Ann. Sarah Ann was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 23, 1831. Sarah Ann died on April 24, 1895; she was 63.

On October 4, 1854 Sarah Ann married George W. McINTYRE.

viii. Alexander. Alexander was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 10, 1834.

On October 6, 1857 Alexander married Cornelia DARNALL.

ix. Margaret. Margaret was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 16, 1836.

On April 6, 1858 Margaret married William F. SHANNON.

x. Thomas. Thomas was born on December 5, 1838.

On February 18, 1862 Thomas married Addie A. GRIFFITH.

xi. Nancy Patton. Nancy Patton was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 9, 1842. Nancy Patton died on May 12, 1870; she was 27.

On February 4, 1864 Nancy Patton married J. F. McINTYRE.

26. Hugh McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Hugh was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 9, 1791.

About 1820 Hugh married Ann STEWART.

They had the following children:

i. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 15, 1821.

ii. Nancy Stewart. Nancy Stewart was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 6, 1824.

Nancy Stewart married John THOMPSON.

iii. Margery Ann. Margery Ann was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 13, 1826. Margery Ann died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 12, 1842; she was 16.

iv. William R. William R. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 16, 1828.

v. Mary R. Mary R. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 2, 1830.

Mary R. married Thomas HENRY.

vi. Robert S. Robert S. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 22, 1833. Robert S. died in 1898; he was 64.

27. Margaret McCLINTOCK (Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1).

On October 12, 1815 Margaret married John PATTON, son of William PATTON (1725-1795) & Sarah DUNLAP?. John was born in 1769. John died in 1816; he was 47.

Surname is also spelled ";Pattin.";

They had one child:

i. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1816. Margaret died in 1901; she was 85.

Margaret married Cyrus VANDEEREN.

Family of Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK (9) & William NESBIT

28. John NESBIT III (Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on April 29, 1778. John died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 30, 1835; he was 57.

Moved from PA when very young

All records are from John Nesbit-Mary McClure bible records. These pages of the bible were inserted when Mary Allen Evans Woollen had this book rebound in 1909. The earlier entrees are presumably in the handwriting of John Nesbit. His son Doctor Joseph Allen Nesbit, cut out certain entries at the time he was having a monument made in memory of his grandmother, father, mother, brother, and sister, whch now stands in Crown Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana. The entrees have been verified by the investigation of Mary Allen Evans Woollen and her son Evans Woollen during several years.1

John and Mary lived on a farm four miles from Millersburg, Bourbon Co., KY attending Stonermouth Presbyterian Church near Ruddells Mill. Thence, in 1828 or 1829, accompanied by his slave Mike he came to the quarter-section farm in Washington Township, Marion Co, IN, which was long the residence of his daughter, Maria Jane Nesbitt Evans and the north half which is now owned by her daughter Mary Allen Evans Woollen. Having erected a long shelter on this farm and having returned to Kentucky for his family he moved thence in 1830 to the Marion Co., IN farm accompanied by his mother, his wife and all their children except John McClure Nesbitt who, with his wife, Sarah Steele stayed and died in KY. The children who accompanied their father to Indiana were Margaret, Nancy Torrence, James, Marie Jane, Elizabeth Esther, William Alexander, Joan, and Joseph Allen.1

On March 21, 1802 John married Mary McCLURE, daughter of James McCLURE (before 1760-after August 3, 1813) & Margaret POLLOCK. Mary was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on March 21, 1783. Mary died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 26, 1836; she was 53.11 Mary was buried in Washington Church Burying Ground.12 Later moved to Crown Hill.

They had the following children:

60 i. Elizabeth Easter (-1858)

61 ii. John McClure (1807-)

62 iii. Margaret

63 iv. Nancy Torrence

64 v. Maria Jane (1815-1897)

vi. Joanna.

65 vii. James McClure

viii. William Alexander. William Alexander died in Indiana.

ix. Joseph Allen. Joseph Allen died in Indiana.

Joseph Allen married Margaret STERRETT.

29. Joseph McClintock NESBIT (Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph McClintock was born about 1780. Joseph McClintock died in Boone County, Missouri, on August 7, 1832; he was 52.1

According to Williams' will, land adjoining to Henry Talbott shall be allotted to Joseph.1

On February 16, 1807 Joseph McClintock married Mary “Polly” AMMON, daughter of Rev. Thomas AMMON & Elizabeth ANDERSON, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

66 i. Nancy (1816-1879)

67 ii. Mary W. (1827-)

iii. John.

iv. Joseph F.

v. Eliza.

vi. Thomas Ammon.

Family of Ann McCLINTOCK (10) & Major John MILLER

30. Robert Eakin MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Eakin was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1780. Robert Eakin died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 20, 1860; he was 80.

Will of Robert E. Miller (note--the spelling remains faithful to the original copy that I received. It is atrocious!--REF):

I Robert E. Miller of the county of Bourbon and State of Kentucky, being of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and Testament. All my debts and funeral expenses must be paid. I give to my Grand son John W. Mountjoy a note I hold on him for Two thousand and sixty dollars due the 10th day of March 1858.

I give to my three great grand children John W. Taylor, Jane Evaline Taylor, and Theodore Taylor five thousand dollars, the same to be charged woth any note or notes I may hold on their Father Edward W. Taylor and If either of the threadies without children living the survivor or survivors of them to recieve (sic) the whole legacy. I give to my grandchildren Jane Purnell, Jo Ann McKim and Horatio Baker one thousand dollars each, each one to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on them or the husbands of said Jane Purnell, Jo Ann McKim. I give to my great grand children Alexander Thomas Forsythe, Robert B. Forsythe, and Joel H. Forsythe one thousand dollars to be divided equally between them. and If either of them dies before they arrive at full age childess, the survivors to receive the whole ligacy- give to my daughter Ann W. Wallace a tract of land adjoining the Land where she now )Ives containing 22 acres 1 rod and 25 poles valued at $1680. I also give to her the house and lot on which her son A.W. Wallace now resides, which I valued at $250. I also give to her eleven thousand four hundred and sixty dollars. In all $13, 390-00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husband. I give to my daughter Louisa J. McClelland a tract of land containing 92 acres and 25 poles valued by me at $100.00 per acre the same being lot no. 4 by Metcalf survey, which will be found filed with this my will. I also give to her a tract of land on the Cane Ridge road containing 54 acres 2 rods and ten poles valued at $75 per acre the same adjoining A.S. Millers land and is lot No. 6 by Metcalf survey I also give to her six hundred and eighty three dollars making In all $13,998-00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husband. My will is that my son in law Willaim McClelland have the right to purchase the trac of 50 acres and 6 poles of land lying on the Turnpike and being lot No. 3. of Metcalf's survey, at seventy five dollars per acre, one third of the purchase money to be paid in six months after my death and the lavlnce (?) in two equal instalements in to form a part of the general fund of my Estate. I give to my son Oscar J. Miller thirteen thousand nine hundred and ninety eight dollars to be charged with the sum of $8,925.00 being the sum I value two tracts of Land one of 107 acres and the other of 12 acres, which I gave him heretofore and which he has sold and also with the further-charge of any note or notes I may hold on him--I give to my daughter Emily M. Taylor thirteen thousand nine hundred and ninety wight dollars the same to be charged woth any note or notes I may hold on her- I give to my daughter Evaline J. Miller a tract of Land on which stands the house In which he lives as containing one hundred and fifty acres 2 rods at $75 per acre amounting to $11, 287.00. I also give to her $2,711.00 making in all $13,998.00 the same to be charged with any note or notes I may hold on her husabnd. (sic). My Grand son Horace R.E. Miller is to have the right to purchase a tract of about fifty acres of Land bought by me from Martin Hutchison and James Mc Miller he giving for the same seventy five dollars per acre, one third to be paid In six months, and the blalance (sic) in equal payments of one and two years after my death-If he makes this purchase I give him $250-00 to be dedicted from the first payment If he does not purchase it as above, the same is to be sold by my Executors and in either case the proceeds of the sale to be paid to by executor and applied to the payment of the legacies of this my will.--I wish all my slaves to be valued by three disinterested persons and by them divided into four equal shares as near as can be and each slave to be equalized in money and then I give one share to my daughter Ann W. Wallace one to my daughter Louisa J. McClelland, one to my daughter Emily M. Taylor and one to my daughter Eveline J. Miller--None of my children are to be chared with any advancement made by me to them or wither of them except as I require the same to be done by this my will; and in this I include all back rents, gifts of slaves or personalu. In the divison of my slaves among my four daughters I have not named Oscar J. Miller but it is my will that he recieve in money a sum equal to each share in the slaves byt he must be charged with any note ot notes I may hold on him--All the remainner of my Estate I wish to be sold and the proceeds of sale together with the proceeds of my promissory notes. I wish to go into the general fund for the payment of Legacies after payment of debt, funeral expenses of settling my eatate and all the legacies of this my will if there be a surplus I give the sauce in equal parts to my children Oscar J. Miller, Louisa J. McClelland, Emily M. Taylor, Ann M Wallace and Evaline J. Miller. I so hereby appoint John A. Miller Executor to this my last will and Testament. In testimony whereof I do hereby set my hand and seal this 15th of November, 1859 I except out of the devise to my daughter Louise J. McClelland the grace year which is inclosed with iron railing. I wish the same to be prewerved as a family burying ground and I request my son in Law William McClelland to see that the samw is kept In repaie as long as he lives and to enjoin it upon some one of the family to do so after his death. wit prewnts

Robt E Miller seal

Geo. W. Williams

Oscar F. Taylor

Codicil

In my In my will I have given my son in Law Wm McClelaind the right to purchase 50 acres and 6 poles of Land, ir is now my will that not only he have this right, but if he dies before I do. his ligal representative whoever that may be sahil have the same eitht upon like terns for the benefit of his estate. Given under my hand this 17th day Nov. 1859 The devise of $250.00 to Horace R.E. Miller my grandson in now made absolute and he is to have the sim whether he buys the Land or not

Robt E. Miller

wit

Alex S. Miller

Oscar F. Taylor

probated Jan. 17 1860

On January 9, 1800 Robert Eakin married Jane McCLELLAND, daughter of William McCLELLAND (1742-November 12, 1812) & Martha MILLER (1750-May 7, 1826), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane was born in Pennsylvania in 1780. Jane died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1855; she was 75.

They had the following children:

i. Adella. Adella died on December 1, 1838.

On October 16, 1833 Adella married Judge William NUNN, son of Ilai NUNN (October 1, 1758-).

68 ii. Amanda N. (-<1859)

69 iii. Ann

70 iv. Evaline Jane

71 v. Horace (-1833)

72 vi. Martha “Patsy” (-<1859)

73 vii. Louisa Jane (->1870)

74 viii. Oscar James (1811-)

31. John MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in ? Louisville KY, on November 10, 1783. John died in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on October 20, 1827; he was 43. John was buried in Old Bourbon Co Cemetary.13 Murdered, possibly by slave, on trail to homestead.

Barbara Miller Stancliff family line.

On October 7, 1808 John married Cassandra WEST, daughter of Thomas WEST (1756-January 9, 1820) & Margery? (about 1760-January 9, 1847), in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Cassandra was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 2, 1790. Cassandra died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 6, 1833; she was 43. Cassandra was buried in Old Bourbon County Cemetery.13

They had the following children:

75 i. Orris James (1810-1880)

ii. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 1, 1812. John Thomas died in KY, killed by lightning, on February 10, 1880; he was 67.14 Moved to MO 1834, ret KY after 1836. John Thomas was buried in Cane Ridge Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On October 16, 1845 John Thomas married Isabelle Araminta SHUMATE, in Bourbon Co KY.15

iii. Alvin West. Alvin West was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 9, 1814. Alvin West died on January 2, 1893; he was 78.

On April 15, 1834 Alvin West married Elizabeth Duval VARNON, in Calloway Co Mo.16 married by Wm. Duncan. Elizabeth Duval died before 1856 in Callaway Co MO.

sister to John Varnon

iv. Margary Ann. Margary Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on March 15, 1816. Margary Ann died on March 19, 1876; she was 60.

On December 21, 1834 Margary Ann first married William Baker WEST, son of Major Thomas WEST (May 8, 1788-April 25, 1852) & Sarah BAKER (March 1, 1794-June 23, 1849), in Calloway Co Mo. William Baker was born in Kentucky on January 4, 1811. William Baker died in Callaway County, Missouri, on December 12, 1836; he was 25.

Margary Ann second married T. J. TRIGG.

Margary Ann third married David WAGONER.

v. Robert William. Robert William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on January 10, 1818. Robert William died in California, from smallpox, on February 5, 1853; he was 35.

On March 31, 1837 Robert William married Mary Jane PAYTON, in Calloway Co Mo. Mary Jane m. Calvin Tate after Robert's death. Mary Jane was born in KY ?, on June 16, 1820. Mary Jane died in MO ?, on June 16, 1890; she was 70.

vi. Joseph Alexander. Joseph Alexander was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 12, 1821. Joseph Alexander died in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1875; he was 53.

In 1840 Joseph Alexander first married Catherine ?, in Boone Co MO.

Joseph Alexander second married Mary Emma TUTTLE, in MO.

vii. Richard S. Richard S. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on December 15, 1822. Richard S. died in MO on January 17, 1880; he was 57.

On April 5, 1840 Richard S. married Mary Jane McCLELLAND, in Callaway County, Missouri.16 married by Joseph Coons. Mary Jane was born about 1825.

viii. Jeremiah West. Jeremiah West was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 3, 1825. Jeremiah West died in Boone County, Missouri, on January 4, 1901; he was 75. Jeremiah West was buried in Millersburg, Callaway County, Missouri.

On May 21, 1843 Jeremiah West married Mary Taylor BAKER, daughter of William BAKER & Polly JAMES, in Callaway County, Missouri.16 married by Joseph Coons.

ix. Preston A. Preston A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 3, 1827. Preston A. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 11, 1833; he was 6. Preston A. was buried in Old Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

x. Aquilla. Aquilla was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 30, 1828.

32. Elizabeth MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on July 10, 1785. Elizabeth died on October 20, 1827; she was 42.

On March 24, 1798 Elizabeth married James BAKER, son of Martin BAKER (1740-October 12, 1812) & Mary “Polly” KIMBROUGH (-1830). James was born in Virginia in 1779. James died in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1840; he was 61. Occupation: Judge, Callaway County, Missouri.

They had the following children:

i. Mary.

ii. Ann.

iii. Jane T.

iv. Eliza.

v. Elizabeth.

vi. James A.

vii. Benjamin A.

viii. Lucinda.

ix. John Martin.

x. Sarah W.

33. Joseph MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 17, 1788. Joseph died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1853; he was 64.

On December 28, 1809 Joseph first married Polly McKEE, daughter of Paddy McKEE, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Polly died on December 18, 1810 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 22, 1814 Joseph second married Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND, daughter of Col. James McCLELLAND (1775-July 7, 1833) & . Patsey O. E. was born on November 17, 1792.

They had the following children:

76 i. Elizabeth A. W. (1815-1886)

ii. James A. James A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1817. James A. died in 1860; he was 43.

iii. Martha Jane McClelland. Martha Jane McClelland was born in 1836.

Martha Jane McClelland married John WARWICK.

iv. John Morgan. John Morgan was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1821. John Morgan died in 1865; he was 44.

On August 17, 1857 John Morgan married Rachael Rebecca SHELMAN.

v. Mary.

vi. Hunt.

vii. Joseph Woodson. Joseph Woodson was born on December 26, 1835.

77 viii. Joseph William (1835-1887)

34. William MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 23, 1789. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 3, 1847; he was 57. William was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On May 21, 1818 William married Margaret McCLINTOCK (20) , daughter of Daniel B. McCLINTOCK (7) (September 16, 1746-January 9, 1799) & Frances CLARK (1751-1838), in Kentucky. Margaret was born on November 19, 1789. Margaret died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 9, 1859; she was 69. Margaret was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

50 i. Frances Ann (1819-)

51 ii. Margaret H. (1821-1851)

iii. Jane A. Jane A. was born in 1823.

Jane A. married Samuel JONES.

52 iv. John Clark (1826-1864)

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on January 25, 1830. Elizabeth died on August 19, 1845; she was 15. Elizabeth was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

35. Alexander MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Alexander was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 5, 1796. Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 6, 1870; he was 73.

Before January 1823 Alexander first married Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND, daughter of William McCLELLAND Jr. (1777-1802) & Mary “Polly” BAKER (1780-). Martha “Patsy” Harris was born on February 5, 1801. Martha “Patsy” Harris died on July 8, 1854; she was 53.

They had the following children:

i. John.

78 ii. James McClure (1823-1881)

iii. Mary McClure. Mary McClure was born in 1825.

79 iv. Robert Andrew (1827-)

v. Joseph Andrew. Joseph Andrew was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 19, 1831.

JOSEPH A. MILLER,17 grocer; P. O. Millersburg; was born Feb. 19, 1831; he is the youngest son of Alexander Miller, who was the youngest child of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; Alexander was the father of the following children: John, died in the South in his young manhood; Wm. McClelland, James McClure, Mary McClure, died in young womanhood; Robert A., Joseph A., Ann, also died in young womanhood; Martha Harris, now a Mrs. Judge Wm. H. Savage, residing at Shackelford, Texas;.and America J., now a Mrs. Alexander Butler. Onr subject, in his youth, received all the advantages of education of his day, attending the Transylvania University two years, and one year at the Kentucky Military Institute. In the Fall of 1861 he enlisted in the 9th Ky. Cavalry, under Gen. Morgan, serving until the surrender. He was very enthusiastic in the Southern cause, and took upon himself the perilous duty of furnishing supplies and clothing for their troops, until a reward of $500 was offered for his body dead or alive; at the time they made the search for him he enlisted in the service, and for a feat of bravery upon the field, in rescuing a fallen comrade, he received a furlough home. He was married Dec. 14, 1871, to Miss Sally M. Best, of Mason County (see hist. of Dr. Best). They have no children, are members, of the M. E. Church South, and he one of the town trustees, and a prominent merchant of the village, and a highly esteemed gentleman. His father was born in 1796, and died at 74 years of age; he was twice married, the second time to Ann C. Pelham, an aunt of Major Pelham's, who was distinguished in military circles.

On December 14, 1871 Joseph Andrew married Sally M. BEST, daughter of Isaac BEST (January 15, 1840-) & Sallie BARBEE.

vi. Ann E. Ann E. was born in 1832.

80 vii. Martha Harris (1842-)

81 viii. America Jane (1840-)

82 ix. William McClelland (1820-)

Alexander second married Ann C. PELHAM.

36. Ann MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1794. Ann died on July 2, 1852; she was 58. Ann was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On November 19, 1808 Ann married William TALBOTT, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. William was born in 1784. William died on July 19, 1840; he was 56. William was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Rosalind M. Rosalind M. was born on August 6, 1812. Rosalind M. died on August 31, 1812; she was <1. Rosalind M. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

ii. Eliza J. Eliza J. was born on April 7, 1815. Eliza J. died on January 22, 1816; she was <1. Eliza J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. Mary J. Mary J. was born on March 13, 1820. Mary J. died on October 21, 1820; she was <1. Mary J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iv. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J. was born on November 18, 1826. Elizabeth J. died on September 10, 1827; she was <1. Elizabeth J. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

37. Jean MILLER (Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jean was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on July 10, 1785. Jean died in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri, on November 15, 1843; she was 58. Jean was buried in Owens Farm, 3 mi NW Shelbyville, MO, in 1843; she was 57.

In 1803 Jean first married Alvin WEST, son of Thomas WEST (1756-January 9, 1820) & Margery? (about 1760-January 9, 1847), in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Alvin was born about 1780.18 Alvin died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815; he was 35.

They had the following children:

83 i. Ann Miller (1804-1860)

84 ii. Elizabeth B. (1805-)

iii. John Martin. John Martin was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 8, 1808. John Martin died in Boone County, Missouri, on August 19, 1934; he was 126.

iv. Joseph James. Joseph James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 10, 1810. Joseph James died in Missouri on October 23, 1890; he was 79.

v. Cassandra. Cassandra was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

After 1815 Jean second married John Swann HUGHES, in KY. John Swann was born in VA in 1775.

Family of Hugh McCLINTOCK (11) & Jean McCORD

38. Margaret McCLINTOCK (Hugh3, Joseph2, William1).

On February 14, 1833 Margaret married Nimrod WOOD, in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. Ann.

Family of Margaret McCLINTOCK (12) & Joseph PATTEN

39. Elizabeth PATTEN (Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth was born on February 27, 1786.19 Elizabeth died in Highland County, Ohio, in 1864; she was 77.

Cousin.

Elizabeth married James PATTON, son of Joseph PATTON (circa 1750-January 1817) & Elizabeth DUNLAP. James was born in Pennsylvania in 1783. James died in Highland County, Ohio, in 1847; he was 64.

They had the following children:

i. Eliza. Eliza was born in 1809.

ii. George. George was born in 1810.

iii. Margaret Ann. Margaret Ann was born in 1811.

iv. Sarah M. Sarah M. was born in 1815. Sarah M. died in 1876; she was 61.

On March 30, 1837 Sarah M. married Thomas Milton PATTON, son of William PATTON (1772-1831) & Elizabeth VANNEMON (1775-1859), in Ohio. Thomas Milton was born in 1815.

v. Martha Ann. Martha Ann was born in 1829.

vi. Joseph M.

vii. Mary.

85 viii. James Dunlap (1823-1893)

ix. Nancy R.

x. Thomas J.

xi. Amanda A.

xii. Hugh.

40. Joseph PATTON Jr. (Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Bourbon County, Virginia, on June 16, 1786. Joseph died in Shelby County, Ohio, on January 12, 1854; he was 67.

On February 10, 1810 Joseph first married Margaret “Peggy” SHANNON, daughter of John SHANNON (1743-1825) & Susan ALEXANDER (1749-). Margaret “Peggy” was born on January 27, 1783. Margaret “Peggy” died on July 19, 1811; she was 28.

They had one child:

i. Margaret S. Margaret S. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 11, 1811. Margaret S. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 16, 1815; she was 3.

On October 27, 1812 Joseph second married Abigail STEPHENSON, daughter of Thomas STEPHENSON (circa 1760-August 1840) & Rachel BLACK (about 1764-1825), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Abigail was born in Kentucky on February 9, 1790. Abigail died on December 30, 1869; she was 79.

They had the following children:

i. William. William was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 5, 1813. William died in Hardin, Shelby County, Ohio, on July 5, 1902; he was 89.

Notes for WILLIAM PATTEN:20

My GGrandfather, Alfred William Patton, age 8, lived with William and Martha Ellen (Laughlin) Patton from his mother's death which he states was the 15 October 1869 till September 1879 when, age 17, he went to Champagne County, Illinois and worked on a farm for two years. Because of his fondness for his Uncle, he took ";William"; as a middle name.

On March 5, 1851 William married Martha Ellen LAUGHLIN, daughter of John LAUGHLIN (October 31, 1782-March 11, 1862) & Jean BROLY (July 27, 1788-), in Shelby County, Ohio. Martha Ellen was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, on July 2, 1827. Martha Ellen died on October 30, 1903; she was 76.

Notes for MARTHA ELLEN LAUGHLIN:20

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #3092, Date of Import: 27 Jun 2000]

Martha Ellen LAUGHLIN, was born in Jefferson County, Ohio 2 July 1827. She came to Shelby County, Ohio in March 1839. She married William PATTEN who was born 5 July 1813 and died 5 July 1902. Martha E. Patten died 30 October 1903.

John LAUGHLIN was born in Ireland October 31, 1782. He was only eighteen months old when they started for America. His parents, Robert and Mary Laughlin with three children, David, Elizabeth and John.

They settled in Pennsylvania and lived there for some time, his father died in Juniata County, Pennsylvania in 1794. John Laughlin later settled in Jefferson County, Ohio on a farm 14 miles north of Steubenville, Ohio. He was married to Jean Broly March 16, 1814. Jean Broly was born in County Derry, Ireland July 27, 1788. She was a daughter of Archibald and Elizabeth (CALHOUN) Broly. Elizabeth Calhoun Broly and daughters Jean and Ann came to America in 1798. William Broly, the son had the small pox and died in Ireland. Ann Broly married Isaac Putnam, had three children; Jane, Archibald and Hobert. Jane married ____ Cadwell. John Laughlin and Jean Broly's mothers were sisters, Mary and Elizabeth Calhoun. John and Jean Broly Laughlin had a family of eight children: Robert Caloun, William David, Mary Ann, Archibald Elver, Elizabeth Jane, John Calhoun, Martha Ellen and James.

John Laughlin was a soldier in the war of 1812. He was a Democrat in politics and a Presbyterian. He moved his family to Shelby County, Ohio in the spring of 1839, and settled on a farm one mile east of Hardin, Ohio. When they came to Shelby County, Ohio, Jean Broly Laughlin and three sons: Robert, Archie and John came in a wagon across the state while John Laughlin, Elizabeth Broly, William, Mary, Martha and James came down the Ohio River on a flat boat owned by Squire Taggart to Cincinnatti, Ohio. From Cincinnatti they traveled in a canal boat and arrived at Troy, Ohio Saturday night. As they did not travel on the Sabboth, they remained there until Monday and came on to Piqua, Ohio. William walked from Troy to their home. Then Robert and William took the horses and wagon and met the rest at Piqua. On the way up from Piqua and in crossing the creek at the Kennard farm [later owned by Wallace Ewing and sisters], Elizabeth Broly lost her balance and fell out of the wagon injuring her so badly that she died from the effect about two weeks later (April 18, 1839) and she was buried in the old cemetery at Sidney, Ohio. The remains of Elizabeth Broly and James Laughlin were removed from the old graveyard at Sidney, Ohio to the Turtle Creek cemetery one half mile south of Hardin, Ohio, October 31, 1902. They were carried out of the old cemetery by John and Arlie Laughlin and John and M. R. Russell. They were taken past the home where they both died, and Elizabeth Broly is now buried on part of that farm and not far from where the accident happened that caused her death.

John Laughlin died March 11, 1862 and is buried in the Turtle Creek cemetery. Jean Laughlin died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Martha E. PATTEN, April 8, 1872 in her 84th year and was buried in Turtle Creek cemetery.

More About MARTHA ELLEN LAUGHLIN:

Residence: 1870, Turtle Creek Township, Shelby County, Ohio

ii. Rachel A. Rachel A. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 16, 1814. Rachel A. died in Probably Shelby County, Ohio, on September 5, 1839; she was 24.

iii. Margaret S. Margaret S. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 18, 1816.

On September 22, 1842 Margaret S. married William SHAWABT, in Shelby County, Ohio. William was born in 1815.

iv. Joseph C. Joseph C. was born in Kentucky on December 22, 1818. Joseph C. died in Shelby County, Ohio, on September 3, 1837; he was 18.

86 v. Thomas Stephenson “Tom” (1821->1882)

vi. John S. John S. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 27, 1823.

On April 30, 1860 John S. married Elizabeth H. ADAMS, in Shelby County, Ohio. Elizabeth H. was born in Pennsylvania about 1823. Elizabeth H. died in (Likely) Sidney, Shelby County, Ohio., between 1911-13; she was 88.

87 vii. Hugh Torrence (1825-1902)

viii. Sarah J. Sarah J. was born in Kentucky on June 16, 1827. Sarah J. died on January 12, 1854; she was 26.

Notes for SARAH J. PATTON:20

Incidentally, in the 1850 census, I found that Robert, William, John, and Sarah Patten all lived together on a farm in Turtle Creek Twp., along with a John McElroy [20] of Ohio. The farm was worth $8000. Could she have married a McElroy?

ix. Mary E. Mary E. was born in Kentucky on February 28, 1830. Mary E. died on January 12, 1854; she was 23.

x. Infant. Infant was born in Ohio on May 25, 1832. Infant died in Ohio on June 7, 1832; he was <1.

88 xi. Robert Alexander (1833-1908)

41. Mary “Polly” PATTON (Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mary “Polly” was born on November 15, 1791. Mary “Polly” died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 24, 1859; she was 67. Mary “Polly” was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

In 1815 Mary “Polly” married William PATTEN, son of John PATTON (1769-1816) & Susanna McCUNE (June 20, 1774-circa 1814). William was born in Kentucky on July 12, 1794. William died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 22, 1853; he was 58. William was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. John William. John William was born in 1833. John William died on July 28, 1859; he was 26. John William was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

42. Hugh PATTON (Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Hugh was born on October 1, 1795. Hugh died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 7, 1866; he was 71. Hugh was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On March 22, 1820 Hugh married Jane NESBITT, daughter of Robert Allen NESBITT (about 1768-November 30, 1839) & Anna M. McCLANAHAN (about 1770-1833). Jane was born in Kentucky on November 9, 1800. Jane died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 19, 1855; she was 54. Jane was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Lurose Patton places birthdate as November 9, 1806.

They had the following children:

i. Robert Nesbit. Robert Nesbit was born in 1821. Robert Nesbit died in 1865; he was 44. Robert Nesbit was buried in White Cloud Cemetery.12 Birth and death taken from the White Cloud Cemetery Book.

On March 30, 1848 Robert Nesbit married Margaret Jane McCLANAHAN, daughter of John McCLANAHAN (August 20, 1802-August 9, 1877) & Mary GRIFFITH (January 23, 1805-October 1852), in Callaway County, Missouri. Margaret Jane was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on September 30, 1830. Margaret Jane died in Callaway County, Missouri, on June 18, 1915; she was 84.

89 ii. Elizabeth Ann (1824-1877)

iii. Margaret McClintock. Margaret McClintock was born in 1826. Margaret McClintock died in 1826; she was <1.

iv. Sarah Jane. Sarah Jane was born in 1827. Sarah Jane died in 1865; she was 38. Sarah Jane was buried in Bath County, Kentucky.

Sarah Jane first married HARRISON.

Sarah Jane second married SMATHERS.

v. Joseph. Joseph was born in 1830. Joseph died in 1897; he was 67.

Note on Joseph Patton:21

JOSEPH PATTON 1830-1897 drove a wagon from KY to MO in about 1856 or 7. Went to Calaway Co. MO. Married LOUISE WEST in 1858 and moved to Henry Co. MO no children.

In 1858 Joseph married Louise F. WEST, daughter of John Duval WEST (May 18, 1796-June 29, 1881) & Elizabeth GLAVES (about 1810-). Louise F. was born in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1837.

Note: Louise West may be Louisa F. West, daughter of John Duval West and Elizabeth Glaves. Louisa West was born 1837 in Callaway County, Missouri. Further research is needed on this family.--REF

vi. Margaret McClintock. Margaret McClintock was born in 1833. Margaret McClintock died in 1922; she was 89. Resided in Monroe County, Missouri.

Notes for MARGARET MCCLINTOCK (2) PATTON:20

Margaret McClintock (Patton) and William Ourn moved to Monroe County, Missouri. No known children.

In 1871 Margaret McClintock married William OURN.

vii. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in 1836. John Thomas died in 1855; he was 19. John Thomas was buried in Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ruddell’s Mills, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

90 viii. William (1839-1918)

91 ix. Hugh Allis (1842-1901)

43. Margaret “Peggy” PATTEN (Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Margaret “Peggy” was born on July 11, 1800. Margaret “Peggy” died on May 30, 1828; she was 27.

In 1821 or 1823 Margaret “Peggy” married Joseph PATTON, son of John PATTON (1769-1816) & Susanna McCUNE (June 20, 1774-circa 1814). Joseph was born bet. May 1798 and August 1, 1799. Joseph died in 1823; he was 24.

Notes for PEGGY PATTEN:20

Peggy's will asks that her brother, Alex, care for her son, John. Elaine Elliott wrote June 2000, ";I have no idea what happened to John Patton, son of Peggy and Joseph. Her will asks her brother Alex to care for him.";

Notes for JOSEPH PATTON:

Will dated April 1823

HARRISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY

JOSEPH PATTON-Will Book B, Page 158-Names wife, Peggy; son, John; brother, William Patton. Written March 20, 1823. Probated April, 1823. Executors Wife, Peggy, brother, William Patton. Witnesses-William Lowry, John Hughes.

They had one child:

i. John. John was born in 1823.

Fifth Generation

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Family of Henry THOMPSON Jr. (14) & Mary WILSON

44. Daniel THOMPSON (Henry4, Mary McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Daniel was born on January 24, 1824. Daniel died in 1889; he was 64.

DANIEL THOMPSON,10 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; was born January 24, 1824 (see James H. Thompson's history for history of his people), and spent his early life on the farm with his father until twenty-six years of age, having in the meantime received some knowledge of books under the old select school system, in all old log building with clapboard roof, puncheon floor and split logs for seats, which constituted the seat of learning at that day. In 1850, he was married to Elizabeth McClintock, having by her three children, who, with the mother, are now dead. His second marriage occurred Oct. 4, 1859, to Elizabeth Moore, who was born Dec. 1, 1840, to James McClure and Margaret (Layson) Moore. By this marriage there have been nine children born unto them: Mary A., June 26, 1860; Jas. Mc., Jan. 14, 1862; Margaret E., March 6, 1864; John W., Feb. 11, 1866; Saml. D., March 28, 1868; infant daughter, dead; French Moore, Nov. 1, 1873; Robert Presley, Oct. 23, 1876; Harry W., July 28, 1879. Mr. Thompson is quite extensively engaged in raising thoroughbred short horns of the principal families, all his stock having registered pedigrees. He is also superintending large farming interests. In the summer of 1877 he suffered the loss of about $8,000 worth of property in the accidental burning of his dwelling and its effects. He and his family are members of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church on Hinkston.

In 1850 Daniel first married Elizabeth J. McCLINTOCK, daughter of William McCLINTOCK (25) (December 27, 1787-1861) & Sallie PATTON (1797-1865).

On October 4, 1859 Daniel second married Elizabeth “Lizzie” MOORE, daughter of James McClure MOORE (May 21, 1812-March 7, 1862) & Margaret Ann LAYSON (April 4, 1813-August 6, 1903), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth “Lizzie” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 1, 1840. Elizabeth “Lizzie” died in Pasadena, California, in 1908-1909; she was 67. Elizabeth “Lizzie” was buried in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Resided in Millersburg, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Mary A. Mary A. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 26, 1860. Mary A. died in Pasadena, California, after 1928; she was 67. Mary A. was buried in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Resided in Pasadena, California.

ii. James McClure. James McClure was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 14, 1862. Resided in Pasadena, California.

iii. Margaret E. Margaret E. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 6, 1864. Margaret E. died in Pasadena, California, in 1924; she was 59. Margaret E. was buried in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Resided in Pasadena, California.

92 iv. John W. (1866-)

v. Samuel D. Samuel D. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 28, 1868.

vi. French Moore. French Moore was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 1, 1873. French Moore died in 1900; he was 26. French Moore was buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

vii. Robert Presley. Robert Presley was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 23, 1876.

viii. Henry “Harry” Ward. Henry “Harry” Ward was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 28, 1879.

45. James H. THOMPSON (Henry4, Mary McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James H. was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on November 22, 1822.

JAMES H. THOMPSON,22 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; was born in Nicholas County, Nov. 21, 1822, about three and a half miles from Millersburg, where he now resides, to Henry and Mary (Wilson) Thompson; she born in Lexington about 1790, to James Wilson and a Miss Clark, who were very early settlers at that place; Henry Thompson, Jr., was born in the Sherman Valley, Pa.,near Carlisle, in May, 1782, died in February, 1852; he was brought by his parents, Henry and Mary (McClintock) Thompson, to the farm now owned in part by the subject of this sketch. Henry Thompson, Sr., was one of the party of eighteen who settled in the vicinity of Millersburg in 1778, his tract of 1200 acres lying in the edge of Nicholas County. He it seems remained upon his land the principal part of the time after making the first settlement, in a rude cabin in the howling wilderness, being the only settler between Maysville and Lexington, and during the most troublesome time with the Indians, and the great massacre at the Blue Licks. In 1783 he brought his family and remained upon the old homestead until his death. During his lonely life the Indians several times drove him off his land, and drove away his stock, and after bringing his family, his noble wife would stand guard while he plowed their little path of corn, and did other necessary work. They had five children, three of whom are living: Daniel, Robert and James H., who are the only members of the third generation in this part of the country. John, the oldest son, died in 1860, leaving children in Nicholas County; Mary married a Mr. McClintock, and died in 1859, leaving two daughters; James H. received his education upon the farm, and in the limited district school of his boyhood days and remained with his parents until their death, which occurred on the same day of the month, Feb. 15, he in 1852, she, in 1860. He remained unmarried until Feb. 11, 1862, when he was married to Miss Marilda Cheatham; born Jan. 13, 1846, to Forman and Louisa (Bradshaw) Cheatham, residents of Montgomery County, near Mount Sterling. By this marriage there have been seven children, three, of whom died in early childhood. Those living are: Brownie, born March 24, 1864; Robert, May 12, 1871; Jimmie, Aug. 29, 1875; and Elmo, May 2, 1881. Mr. Thompson is a highly respected farmer and member of the democratic party.

On February 11, 1862 James H. married Marilda CHEATHAM, daughter of Forman CHEATHAM & Louisa BRADSHAW. Marilda was born on January 13, 1846.

They had the following children:

i. Brownie. Brownie was born on March 24, 1864.

ii. Robert. Robert was born on May 12, 1871.

iii. Jimmie. Jimmie was born on August 29, 1875.

iv. Elmo. Elmo was born on May 2, 1881.

Family of Thomas McCLINTOCK (16) & Rebecca HOLIDAY

46. William H. McCLINTOCK (Thomas4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). William H. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 13, 1813.

Research: McClintock Compendium, p. 111

In January 1843 William H. married Sarah Ann MADDOX, in Union County, Indiana. Sarah Ann was born in Kentucky circa 1825.

They had the following children:

i. Thomas A. Thomas A. was born circa 1843.

ii. Edmund A. Edmund A. was born circa 1846.

Research: Moved to San Jose, CA

iii. William D. William D. died in December 1880.

Family of John McCLINTOCK (17) & Nancy McKEE

47. John David McCLINTOCK (John4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). John David was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 24, 1836. John David died in Columbus, Mississippi, in December 1881; he was 45. Education: Occupation Presbyterian Minister. Education Graduated From Princeton Theological Seminary. Religion Presbyterian.

John David married Margaret M. BROWN, in Catlettsburg, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Wallace C. Wallace C. was born in Catlettsburg, Kentucky, in 1872.

ii. George B. George B. was born in Huntington, West Virginia, in 1876.

iii. John David. John David was born in Columbus, Mississippi, in 1879.

iv. Paul Brown. Paul Brown was born in Columbus, Mississippi, in 1880. Paul Brown died in Columbus, Mississippi, in 1881; he was 1.

Family of Alexander F. McCLINTOCK (19) & Anna M. BIRCH

48. Joseph Birch McCLINTOCK (Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph Birch was born in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on June 23, 1834. Joseph Birch died in Cynthiana, Kentucky, on October 23, 1891; he was 57. Joseph Birch was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

On November 14, 1872 Joseph Birch married Nancy “Nannie” DUDLEY, daughter of Rev. Eldred Simkins DUDLEY (January 28, 1811-May 8, 1891) & Henrietta Povall CLAY (March 1, 1803-March 4, 1865), in Harrison County, Kentucky. Nancy “Nannie” was born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 2, 1842. Nancy “Nannie” died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 20, 1922; she was 80. Nancy “Nannie” was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Anna E. Anna E. was born on October 13, 1860. Anna E. died on October 19, 1870; she was 10. Anna E. was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

ii. J. Kirtley. J. Kirtley was born on June 6, 1864. J. Kirtley died on October 4, 1870; he was 6. J. Kirtley was buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

93 iii. Henrietta Clay “Etta” (1873-1924)

94 iv. Mary “Mayme” (1876-1967)

v. Nanny E. Nanny E. was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on April 20, 1879. Nanny E. died on February 13, 1962; she was 82. Nanny E. was buried in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

vi. Nellie R. Nellie R. was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on August 20, 1883. Nellie R. died in Lexington, Kentucky, on September 9, 1970; she was 87. Nellie R. was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

Note: It is speculation at this juncture to link James Daugherty, son of Charles Daugherty and Ana M. Garrard, to Nellie McClintock.--REF

Nellie R. first married W. Elda COLLIER.

Nellie R. second married James DAUGHERTY, son of Charles A. DAUGHERTY (1840-1910) & Anna M. GARRARD (1849-).

49. John Thomas McCLINTOCK (Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). John Thomas was born on April 7, 1841. John Thomas died on February 18, 1874; he was 32. Occupation: Lawyer.

On March 21, 1867 John Thomas married Laura STARR, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Laura was born on March 12, 1849. Laura died on August 12, 1878; she was 29.

They had the following children:

95 i. Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr (1872-1959)

96 ii. John T. (1874-)

Family of Margaret McCLINTOCK (20) & William MILLER (34)

50. Frances Ann MILLER (Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). Frances Ann was born in 1819.

In July 1839 Frances Ann married Judge William NUNN, son of Ilai NUNN (October 1, 1758-).

They had one child:

97 i. America Jane (1844-)

51. Margaret H. MILLER (Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). Margaret H. was born on March 1, 1821. Margaret H. died on December 18, 1851; she was 30. Margaret H. was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Margaret H. married Zedekiah M. LAYSON, son of Isaac LAYSON (July 7, 1782-July 6, 1822) & Mary “Polly” MOORE (November 15, 1787-May 4, 1876). Zedekiah M. was born on May 11, 1811. Zedekiah M. died in 1903; he was 91.

They had the following children:

98 i. William M. (1844-)

ii. John Clark.

In March 1871 John Clark married Laura VIMONT.

52. John Clark MILLER (Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). John Clark was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1826. John Clark died in St. Louis, Missouri, in December 1864; he was 38.

On February 4, 1847 John Clark married Jane E. McCLELLAND (118) 23, daughter of William Elisha McCLELLAND (January 1, 1800-June 26, 1864) & Louisa Jane MILLER (73) (-after 1870), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane E. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1825. Jane E. died in St. Louis, Missouri, after 1904; she was 79.

They had one child:

99 i. William McClelland (1850-)

Family of Joseph McCLINTOCK (22) & Jane GLEESON

53. James McCLINTOCK (Joseph4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). James was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 6, 1806. James died on March 27, 1889; he was 83.

On March 27, 1828 James first married Susan EYMAN, in St. Clair County, Illinois.

They had one child:

i. William. William was born in St. Clair County, Illinois, circa 1830.

In 1841 James second married Elizabeth Rhoda GLASS, in St. Clair, Illinois.

They had the following children:

i. Joseph H. Joseph H. was born in Illinois circa 1842.

ii. Joshua. Joshua was born in Illinois circa 1843.

iii. John A. John A. was born in Illinois circa 1844.

iv. George G. George G. was born in Illinois circa 1847.

54. John McCLINTOCK (Joseph4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). John was born on November 21, 1807.

In 1836 John married Barbara WOLFE.

They had the following children:

i. George Wolfe. George Wolfe was born on July 30, 1839.

ii. Joseph Warren. Joseph Warren was born in May 1840.

iii. John William. John William was born on September 29, 1843.

55. Jane McCLINTOCK (Joseph4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Jane was born on March 15, 1813.

On July 28, 1831 Jane married Herbert PATTERSON, in St. Clair County, Illinois.

They had the following children:

i. Greer Charles. Greer Charles was born on November 11, 1832.

ii. Francis Oster. Francis Oster was born on October 31, 1835.

iii. Samantha Jane. Samantha Jane was born in June 1837.

iv. Leonidus. Leonidus was born in March 1839.

56. Ann McCLINTOCK (Joseph4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Ann was born on January 27, 1815.

On April 28, 1842 Ann married M. G. CAMERON, in St. Clair County, Illinois.

They had the following children:

i. William. William was born on December 20, 1844.

ii. Orvil Morton. Orvil Morton was born on March 15, 1847.

iii. Margarett Ann. Margarett Ann was born on April 9, 1848.

57. Alexander McCLINTOCK (Joseph4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). Alexander was born on November 20, 1820. Alexander died on April 15, 1864; he was 43.

Research: 1850 census, Bellville Prairie twp., St. Clair Co., IL

On May 28, 1847 Alexander married Catherine E. PULSE. Catherine E. died on January 10, 1914.

They had one child:

i. Martha P. Martha P. was born in St. Clair County, Illinois, in 1850.

Family of Elizabeth McCLINTOCK (23) & John McKEE

58. John McKEE (Elizabeth McCLINTOCK4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 6, 1804.

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 670-671

JOHN McKEE, retired farmer ; P. O. Cynthiana; was born in Bourbon County, Ky., Feb. 6, 1804, son of John and Betsey (McClintock) McKee; he, a native of South Carolina, born in 1779, came when an infant to Bourbon, and was the owner of Ruddel's Mills, dying in 1848; she, born in Bourbon County in 1783, and dying in 1874. They had ten children. Our subject received but an ordinary education, but began when young working in Ruddel's Mills. In 1833 he bought a farm in Harrison County, upon which he lived for many years, and in 1875 moved to his residence one mile from Cynthiana, where he has a farm of 108 acres of land, his place being known as ";Poplar Hill."; In 1827 he married Eliza Wilson, born in Lexington, Ky., March 8,1807, daughter of James and Elizabeth Wilson; he a native of Ireland, and she of Pennsylvania. Three children were the result of this marriage, two of whom are living: John A. and James W. In 1839 Mrs. McKee died, and in 1841 he married Nancy Thorn, by whom there has been one child, Miles S., who is engaged in handling agricultural implements in Cynthiana, being the largest dealer in that line in his section. His store is on Main street. Mr. John McKee has retired from active farm life, but is one of the leading citizens of the county, as is also his son, Miles S. The family are Presbyterians, and Mr. McKee is a Democrat.

In 1827 John first married Eliza WILSON, daughter of James WILSON & Elizabeth. Eliza was born on March 8, 1807. Eliza died in 1839; she was 31.

They had the following children:

i. John A. John A. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in May 1829.

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 670. [Harrison County] [Cynthiana City and Precinct]

J. A. McKEE, farmer and fruit raiser, P. O. Cynthiana, was born in Bourbon County, Ky., in May 1829, son of John and Eliza (Wilson) McKee. He, a native of Bourbon County, Ky., born Feb. 6, 1804, she, born in Fayette County, March 8, 1807. Mr. McKee, after receiving a primary education at the schools of his native county, took a three years' course at College Hill near Cincinnati, graduating in 1852, when he commenced farming, making that occupation, in connection fruit raising, the business of his life. In fact, fruit raising is his specialty, he having upon his choice farm of 200 acres known as ";Cynthiana Nursery,"; 5,000 peach and 1,000 apple trees, besides sixteen acres in grapes, and ten acres in strawberries. His fruit is of the best varieties, having been selected with extreme care, both in regard to quality and adaptation to soil and climate. Mr. McKee has also paid some attention to fine stock raising, but is now devoting himself, as state above, almost entirely to his nursery business. In 1854, he married Lydia J. Beatty, of Butler County, Ohio, who died in 1870, aged thirty-six years, leaving three children: John B., Anna E. and Elwood D. Mrs. McKee was the daughter of David E. Beatty, an advanced agriculturist of Butler County, Ohio. Mr. McKee, in 1874, married Mary R. Butler, daughter of Robert and Paulina (Findley) Butler, of Fleming County, Ky. Himself and wife are members of the Presbyterian Church, and he is a member of the Patrons of Husbandry, of Cynthiana, having been Secretary of the Grange at the point named. Is a Democrat.

In 1854 John A. married Lydia J. BEATTY.

100 ii. James W. (1836-)

In 1841 John second married Nancy THORN.

They had one child:

i. Miles S.

Family of William McCLINTOCK (25) & Sallie PATTON

59. John McCLINTOCK (William4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). John was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 9, 1821. John died on November 13, 1879; he was 58.

On February 20, 1845 John married Mary J. FITZGERALD, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. Sarah. Sarah was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, circa 1848.

Family of John NESBIT III (28) & Mary McCLURE

60. Elizabeth Easter NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth Easter died in 1858.

On September 3, 1839 Elizabeth Easter married John Pollock “Pogue” MOORE, son of James MOORE (December 24, 1780-October 6, 1830) & Margaret “Peggy” McCLURE (June 8, 1789-May 23, 1861), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Rev. Rich of Indiana officiating. John Pollock “Pogue” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 1, 1810. John Pollock “Pogue” died in Marion County, Indiana, in August 1875; he was 64.

They had one child:

101 i. Margaret

61. John McClure NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).24 John McClure was born in Kentucky on November 17, 1807. John McClure died in Marion County, Indiana.

On July 28, 1830 John McClure married Sarah “Sally” STEELE, in Kentucky. Sarah “Sally” was born in Kentucky on March 17, 1810.

They had the following children:

i. William Steele. William Steele was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 8, 1831. William Steele died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 22, 1894; he was 63.

ii. James McClure. James McClure was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on November 1, 1833. James McClure died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 7, 1880; he was 46.

On February 11, 1868 James McClure married , in Marion County, Indiana.1 D.A.R. record states that James was unmarried.

102 iii. John Thomas (1836-1915)

iv. Mary Louisa. Mary Louisa was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on May 10, 1838. Mary Louisa died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on September 11, 1911; she was 73.

103 v. Jane Maria (1841-1937)

104 vi. Joseph Allen (1844-1923)

62. Margaret NESBIT (John4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Moved to Marion County, Indiana with father in 1830.1

Margaret married Daniel Rictor SMITH.

They had the following children:

i. John.

ii. Mary.

63. Nancy Torrence NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Nancy Torrence married Ambrose Gore RUDDELL.

They had one child:

105 i. James H.

64. Maria Jane NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Maria Jane was born in October 1815. Maria Jane died in Marion County, Indiana, in 1897; she was 81.

On May 9, 1839 Maria Jane married Henry Bloomfield EVANS, in Marion County, Indiana. Henry Bloomfield was born in Burlington County, New Jersey, on July 19, 1817. Henry Bloomfield died in Marion County, Indiana, in April 1847; he was 29.

They had the following children:

106 i. Mary Allen (1841-1925)

ii. William Henry.

65. James McClure NESBIT (John4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James McClure died in Indiana.

James McClure married Martha Patton McCLINTOCK.

They had the following children:

i. William.

William married Rachel F. HENDRICKS.

ii. John James.

John James married Mary McCURG.

iii. Charles.

107 iv. Helen

v. Gertrude.

vi. Mary Louise.

vii. Mati.

Family of Joseph McClintock NESBIT (29) & Mary “Polly” AMMON

66. Nancy NESBIT (Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Nancy was born in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky, in 1816. Nancy died in 1879; she was 63.

On August 2, 1832 Nancy married Oscar James MILLER (74) , son of Robert Eakin MILLER (30) (1780-January 20, 1860) & Jane McCLELLAND (1780-1855). Oscar James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

They had one child:

108 i. Horace (1833-1912)

67. Mary W. NESBIT (Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mary W. was born on May 10, 1827.

On November 21, 1844 Mary W. married Louis Chantrelle VIMONT III, son of Louis VIMONT Jr. (1776-December 12, 1849) & Rosanna ROWLAND (August 2, 1782-1866). Louis Chantrelle was born on May 2, 1823.

They had the following children:

i. Joseph Nesbit.

Circa 1867 Joseph Nesbit married Alice GRAHAM. Alice died on December 7, 1868.

ii. Anna.

On November 28, 1876 Anna married O. W. BRADY. O. W. was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

iii. Henry S.

iv. Thomas Ammon.

Thomas Ammon married Blanche BOWEN. Blanche was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

v. Belle W.

Belle W. married Robert ARMSTRONG. Robert was born in Millersburg, Kentucky.

vi. Nancy Wharton.

Nancy Wharton married Charles BEAN. Charles was born in Lexington, Kentucky.

vii. Minnie.

Minnie married Fabius HARRISON. Fabius was born in Lexington, Kentucky.

viii. Virginia Bent.

ix. Susan.

Susan married Dr. MEYERS. was born in Owensburg, Kentucky.

x. Banks M.

Family of Robert Eakin MILLER (30) & Jane McCLELLAND

68. Amanda N. MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Amanda N. died before 1859.

Amanda N. married John W. MOUNTJOY.

They had one child:

i. John W.

69. Ann MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Ann married Joseph William WALLACE.

They had one child:

i. A. W.

70. Evaline Jane MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Evaline Jane was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Evaline Jane married John A. MILLER. John A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815. John A. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

109 i. James Horace

110 ii. Robert A. Kendrick

111 iii. Jane “Jennie” Emily

112 iv. Oscar William

v. Nannie Walton.

vi. Annie Tom.

71. Horace MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Horace died in 1833. Died of cholera.

On June 6, 1829 Horace married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY (April 10, 1788-April 14, 1863). Caroline was born in 1815. Caroline died on January 29, 1853; she was 38. Caroline was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. Horace. Horace was born in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 17, 1831.

HORACE MILLER,25 farmer and stock raiser; P. O. Paris; the owner and proprietor of ";New Forest,"; of which this volume contains a sketch; is a descendant of one of the early pioneer families of this county--the only son of Horace Miller--who died of cholera in 1833. The mother of our subject was Caroline, who was a daughter of Benjamin and Anna (Turney) Forsythe. Benjamin Forsythe emigrated to Kentucky from Virginia at an early day, locating in Bourbon County, where he purchased large tracts of land in this, and in Kenton and Champaign Counties, Ohio. Mr. Forsythe's half-sister, Miss Timberlake, became the wife of Judge Trimble, of the Supreme Court of the United States; one of his daughters, married Hon. Garrett Davis; the others married worthy citizens of this State. Mr. Forsythe at his death left one son. and three daughters: his son, Newton, was for several years an active busiuess man in this county, and finally located in Jacksonville, Ill. He had a son named Benjamin, who graduated at West Point with distinguished honor; he died at the commencement of the late war, with-the rank of Captain, in the regular army. This branch of the family have become extinct, except the wife of Newton, and a grandchild, now residing in Chicago. His daughter, Susan, married Gov. James Clark, by whom she had several children, among whom was Judith, who became the wife of General Bright, of Fayetteville, Tenn. He was for several years member of Congress, before and since the late war. His son, Robert Clark, is now District Judge in California. Gov. Clark married the second time; his step-daughter, Miss Thornton, is the wife of Senator James Beck. His daughter, Mrs. Charlotte (Forsythe) Buckner, now a resident of Winchester, Ky., is the mother of Benjamin Forsythe Buckner. The remaining members of that family, are Dr. Garrett Davis Buckner, of Lexington, and David Turney Buckner, of Winchester. Horace Miller, whose name heads this sketch, was the only son of his parents; he was born Oct. 17, 1831, in Millersburg Precinct; his paternal grandfather was Robert E. Miller, an early settler in this county, and a large land and slave owner; our subject was educated at Bethany College, under the tutorship of Alexander Campbell; Jan. 8, 1852, he married Miss Susan Bonaparte Dorsey, a native of New Orleans; since the age of twelve he has been identified with the Christian Church, of which he is one of the official members; in politics, democratic, and is one of the Curators of the University at Lexington; since 1863 he has been a resident of Paris Precinct, and engaged in farming and stock-raising, dealing in shorthorn cattle and Cotswold sheep; for several years he dealt quite largely in mules, his operations extending throu(rh this and several of the adjoining States; his residence is called ";New Forest;"; its location is 21 miles from Paris, on the Maysville and Lexington Pike. The Maysville and Lexington R. R. runs within 200 yards of his yard gate, where there is a station named ";New Forest,"; in honor of the farm, which contains 610 acres of choice land, handsomely located, and nearly in a square, in plain sight of Paris, and two railroads entering the same. The farm is watered by ponds and never failing springs, has plenty of timber of the best quality; there are two orchards on the farm; both contain the best varieties of fruit, cherries, plums, apricots, etc., also a fine vineyard. The residence is a large two-story brick, with basement of nine rooms; above contains eight large rooms, besides halls, attics, and double porches on the rear; has a double parlor with folding doors; the wood work is of solid cherry, all of which was grown on the farm; the yard contains about ten acres, filled with evergreen and forest trees of all kinds; its long winding avenues and drives are lined with trees and shrubs, forming a compact arbor overhead, giving the place a picturesque and romantic appearance.

On January 8, 1852 Horace married Susan Bonaparte DORSEY. Susan Bonaparte was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

72. Martha “Patsy” MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha “Patsy” was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha “Patsy” died before 1859.

Martha “Patsy” married William Frazier BAKER, son of Thomas BAKER (June 5, 1769-1840) & Rachel MILLER (November 4, 1778-1849). William Frazier was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1797. William Frazier died before 1859; he was 62.

Though it is not yet proven, I believe William Frazier Baker is the same as “William F. Baker” of Kay Withers “Baker” Genealogy. She lists a “William F. Baker, son of Thomas Baker and Rachel Miller, m. Martha Miller.” Until otherwise disproven, I will maintain this family link.--REF

They had the following children:

113 i. Jane (1830-)

114 ii. Jo Ann (1830-)

115 iii. Miller

iv. Robert.

116 v. James Horatio

73. Louisa Jane MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Louisa Jane was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

In 1821 Louisa Jane married William Elisha McCLELLAND, son of Robert McCLELLAND (1773-November 24, 1833) & Elizabeth AMMON (1774-August 6, 1831), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Elisha was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 1, 1800. William Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 26, 1864; he was 64.

They had the following children:

117 i. Robert Miller (1822-)

118 ii. Jane E. (1825->1904)

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1825.

On November 25, 1848 Thomas married Camelia Covington KNOX, in Scott County, Kentucky.

119 iv. Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)

120 v. Adella (1837-)

vi. Bettie. Bettie was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1840.

Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.

vii. William. William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1844.

viii. Elisha. Elisha was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1846.

74. Oscar James MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Oscar James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

On August 2, 1832 Oscar James married Nancy NESBIT (66) , daughter of Joseph McClintock NESBIT (29) (about 1780-August 7, 1832) & Mary “Polly” AMMON. Nancy was born in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky, in 1816. Nancy died in 1879; she was 63.

They had one child:

108 i. Horace (1833-1912)

Family of John MILLER (31) & Cassandra WEST

75. Orris James MILLER (John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Orris James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on April 6, 1810. Orris James died in Millersburg, Callaway County Mo., on February 10, 1880; he was 69.26 Columbia Herald 2/19/1880, under a column heading ";Died";, , In Millersburg, February 10, of pneumonia, Orris J. Miller, age 70, years. Deceased was a brother of the late Richard S. Miller, who died, a few weeks ago in Rocheport. This leaves but two of the brothers, living, Jerre of Millersburg and Alvin of Rocheport. Deceased was an, estimable citizen and had lived in Callaway County since early, boyhood. His remains were interred at Millersburg on Sunday last. He, leaves 4 children. Orris James was buried in Millersburg, Callaway County Mo.

1830 census, Bourbon Co KY

1840 census, Boone Co. MO

1860 census, Callaway Co. MO; next door is Thomas Baker, s/o BenjaminBaker and Jane Miller.

Oris Miller, 50, M, KY

Nancy, 50, F, KY

Alvin W, 22, M MO

On October 6, 1828 Orris James married Nancy Jane VARNON, in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Nancy Jane was born on January 14, 1810. Nancy Jane died in MO? on December 12, 1887; she was 77.

They had the following children:

i. John Hubbard. John Hubbard was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on May 8, 1831. John Hubbard died on October 29, 1894; he was 63.

On July 17, 1854 John Hubbard married Eliza WILLIAMS. Eliza was born on July 29, 1834. Eliza died on October 19, 1888; she was 54.

121 ii. James T (1834-1908)

122 iii. Alvin William (1836-1921)

iv. George Dumas. George Dumas was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on December 19, 1838. George Dumas died on June 3, 1911; he was 72. Doctor of Medicine. Occupation: Physician.

On January 6, 1859 George Dumas married Ann BAKER27, daughter of Thomas BAKER (May 24, 1803-November 28, 1869) & Ann ADAIR (about 1808-), in Callaway Co MO. Ann was born in Callaway Co MO, on August 18, 1842. Ann died on December 9, 1907; she was 65.

v. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on October 28, 1840. Elizabeth J died on April 20, 1867; she was 26.16

On May 27, 1858 Elizabeth J married Robert VIVIAN, in Calloway Co Mo.

Family of Joseph MILLER (33) & Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND

76. Elizabeth A. W. MILLER (Joseph4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth A. W. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815. Elizabeth A. W. died in 1886; she was 71.

On January 15, 1839 Elizabeth A. W. married George W. BRYAN Sr., son of William S. BRYAN (March 17, 1785-) & Judith FIELD. George W. was born on August 23, 1815. George W. died on August 8, 1849; he was 33.

They had one child:

123 i. George W. (1848-)

77. Joseph William MILLER (Joseph4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph William was born in 1835. Joseph William died in 1887; he was 52.

JOSEPH W. MILLER,28 magistrate in Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg; was born Dec. 26, 1835, to Joseph Miller; who was born Jan. 17, 1788, and was the third son of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; he born Sep. 21, 1752, died Sept. 5, 1815; he was born in Carlisle, Pa., and emigrated to Kentucky and located the land on which Millersburg now stands; soon after he returned to Cumberland County, Pa., and married Ann McClintock, and returned with his wife to Kentucky. Beneath the monument in the beautiful cemetery at Millersburg, repose the remains of both. Joseph Miller was married Dec. 28, 1809, to Polly McKee ; she a daughter of Paddy McKee, one of the first merchants of Millersburg, and died Dec. 18, 1810, without issue. His second marriage was upon May 22, 1814, to Patsey O. E. McClelland, who was born Nov. 17, 1792 ; she a daughter of Col. James McClelland (born in 1775, died July 7, 1833 ; was six times married, and died a Judge upon the bench, in Boone County, Mo.); son of William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came, to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone, now Maysville, soon after coming down the ";Old Buffalo Trace"; to the Irish Station. He had eight children, viz: Elizabeth (see Bryan hist.), James A., Martha Jane, John M., Mary, Hunt, and Joseph Woodson, who died in infancy, and Joseph W., the subject of this sketch. Only the oldest and youngest are now living, and with John M., who has two daughters residing at Caanan, O., are the only ones who have heirs. Joseph W. in his earlier life engaged in merchantile business with his father, who was one of the most energetic and prominent men of the Blue Grass region at that date, and spent about thirty-two years of his life in active business; he died in 1853, at the age of sixty-six years; his sons, John M. and Joseph W. took the stock and continued the business until the year 1860, when the latter disposed of his interest in the concern, and the death of his brother James, who was a bachelor and owner of what is now the White Distillery, at Paris, occurring about that time, he was made administrator of the estate, and was compelled to make numerous trips through the South in the interest of his brother's estate, during the hottest times of the Rebellion. He subsequently engaged in farming, and later in merchandising, until the year 1870, since which time he has kept a hotel at Maysville, and acted as agent for the Maysville and Lexington Rail Road, before the sale of the same to the Kentucky Central Company. He has been twice elected to a magistracy, which position he now holds. He is a member of the Masonic Order. He had five children; three died in infancy; they are William, James A., Lizzie B., Mattie, and Elisha.

On December 8, 1854 Joseph William married Adella McCLELLAND (120) , daughter of William Elisha McCLELLAND (January 1, 1800-June 26, 1864) & Louisa Jane MILLER (73) (-after 1870). Adella was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1837.

They had the following children:

i. William.

ii. James A.

iii. Elisha.

Family of Alexander MILLER (35) & Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND

78. James McClure MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James McClure was born on January 14, 1823. James McClure died on August 27, 1881; he was 58.

James McClure married Rachel A. J. HITT, daughter of Jacob “Jackie” HITT (1781-1847) & Matilda JACOBS (1791-1859). Rachel A. J. was born on March 27, 1825. Rachel A. J. died on September 19, 1904; she was 79.

They had the following children:

124 i. Mattie A.

125 ii. William McClelland (1850-1918)

iii. Mary. Mary was born in 1844.

iv. John Alexander. John Alexander was born in 1847.

In 1875 John Alexander married Mollie HALL.

v. Henry Bascom. Henry Bascom was born in 1852.

vi. Charlton Hitt. Charlton Hitt was born in 1857.

In 1893 Charlton Hitt married Josie BLOUNT.

vii. Callie McClure. Callie McClure was born in 1860.

viii. Raymond. Raymond was born in 1862.

ix. Robert Lee. Robert Lee was born in 1866.

In 1899 Robert Lee married Lula WARD.

79. Robert Andrew MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Andrew was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 27, 1827.

ROBERT A. MILLER,29 farmer; P,O. -Millersburg; was born Oct. 27, 1827, and is the fifth child of Alexander Miller, (see history of Joseph A. Miller). He was married Sept. 2, 1856, to Adela Malone Raymond, born May 7 1837, in Liverpool, England, to Malone and Catharine (Holdaway) Raymond; she, the only child of Edward and Ano (Arnold) Holdaway; Malone Raymond was a Solicitor, taking upon himself that honor, at the death of his father, being the oldest son. The Raymond family were of the nobility of Ireland. Malone (Raymond), the latter name, taken by the father of our subject's wife, properly Richard Malone, was a cousin to Lord Sunderland, also a cousin to Edwin Malone, a noted writer, Shakespearian critic, and English publisher of Shakespeare's works. Richard Malone was a nephew of the Right Honorable Anthony Malone, Chancellor of Ireland. Elliott Warberton, the noted writer, was a cousin to Richard Malone; Admiral Hamilton, of the English Navy, a cousin also, and his niece married a great-grandson of the celebrated Earl of Rodney, who was raised to the peerage in 1782, on account of his distinguished feats as an Admiral. Malone Raymond and Catharine (Holdaway) had a family of five daughters, the wife of our subject being the youngest; all are married and reside in this county. The mother-in-law of Mr. Miller, from whom this sketch was obtained, came with her husband to this country in 1849; she is a lady of the highest culture, and remarkably bright for one of her extreme age. Mr. Miller has had by this marriage six children; two died in infancy. Those living are Catharine R., born March 24, 1864; Martha H., Jan. 6, 1867; Clarence A., March 24, 1868; Robert W., July 22, 1869. He and family are members ofthe Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Miller is instructress in the Art Department at the K. F. C. at Millersburg, and is a lady of very high social as well as artistic culture.

On September 2, 1856 Robert Andrew married Adela Malone RAYMOND, daughter of Malone RAYMOND & Catharine HOLDAWAY. Adela Malone was born in Liverpool, England, on May 7, 1837.

They had the following children:

i. Catharine R. Catharine R. was born on March 24, 1864.

ii. Martha H. Martha H. was born on January 6, 1867.

In 1893 Martha H. married Andrew H. LAMB.

iii. Clarence A. Clarence A. was born on March 24, 1868.

iv. Robert W. Robert W. was born on July 22, 1869.

80. Martha Harris MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha Harris was born in 1842.

Martha Harris married Judge William H. SAVAGE.

They had the following children:

i. Walter.

ii. William.

iii. Alexander.

81. America Jane MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). America Jane was born in 1840.

On April 12, 1859 America Jane married Alexander BUTLER, son of Thomas BUTLER & Catharine CATLETT. Alexander was born on January 26, 1832.

ALEXANDER BUTLER,30 farmer; P.O. Millersburg; one of the prominent farmers and stock raisers of Millersburg Precinct; is a native of Jessamine County, and the youngest of five sons and four daughters; was doubly orphaned at about two years of age by the death of both parents. Those of the family now living are: James, the eldest, in his seventy-first year; for many years a prominent merchant at Lexington, where he now resides. William married a Miss Sarah Hubbard (deceased); is now engaged in farming in Randolph County, Mo.; Eva, wife of W. R. Hervey, who is in the Government employ at Louisville; Sarah, wife of William Ernst, Prest. of the National Bank of Kentucky, at Covington; William, the second son, died in 1870; was a farmer in Jessamine County; his wife, Mary A. Settle; Elizabeth, Catharine and Thomas died young; their parents were Thomas and Catharine (Catlett) Butler, who came from Virginia to Kentucky about 1820. The subject of this sketch received a common school education until about fifteen years of age, when he left his native county and went to Lexington, where he engaged with J. C. Butler & Co., afterward Parish & Butler, hardware merchants, with whom he continued twelve years. He was born Jan. 26, 1832, and after having passed his twenty-seventh year, he was united in marriage upon the 12th of April, 1859, to Miss A. J. Miller, youngest child of Alexander Miller; by this union there have been three children born: James A., Feb. 12, 1860; William Ernst, Nov. 17, 1861, and Mattie H., May 31, 1863. Mr. Butler is engaged in general agriculture, and a man of good business qualifications. In 1875, he was elected to the office of magistrate, the duties of which he performed two terms, receiving the hearty support of the people of his community for his honor and integrity. He and family are members of the Presbyterian Church, in which he is an Elder and energetic member, giving liberally of his means to the support of churches and missionary work.

They had the following children:

i. James A. James A. was born on February 12, 1860.

James A. married Alice HOOK.

ii. William Ernst. William Ernst was born on November 17, 1861.

iii. Mattie H. Mattie H. was born on May 31, 1863.

Mattie H. married Albert K. HAWES.

82. William McClelland MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William McClelland was born in 1820.

In 1846 William McClelland married Susan J. COLLIER.

They had one child:

126 i. Charles Alexander

Family of Jean MILLER (37) & Alvin WEST

83. Ann Miller WEST (Jean MILLER4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann Miller was born on April 23, 1804. Ann Miller died in Missouri on March 4, 1860; she was 55.

On August 23, 1821 Ann Miller married Martin BAKER, son of Benjamin BAKER (August 20, 1772-September 30, 1846) & Jane MILLER (November 21, 1777-October 20, 1852), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martin was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 23, 1800. Martin died on December 27, 1855; he was 55.

They had the following children:

i. William Miller. William Miller was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 3, 1822. Might be Boone County, Missouri. William Miller died in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, on April 8, 1912; he was 89.

On November 7, 1844 William Miller first married Sarah Martin VAN DEREN, in Shelby County, Missouri. Sarah Martin was born in Kentucky on August 17, 1827. Sarah Martin died in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 4, 1864; she was 37.

On March 7, 1865 William Miller second married Isabelle F. FIELDS. Isabelle F. was born in Kentucky on May 2, 1837. Isabelle F. died in Rice County, Kentucky, on September 29, 1900; she was 63.

On April 5, 1908 William Miller third married Martha S. WALKER, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

ii. Elizabeth H. Elizabeth H. was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 25, 1824. Elizabeth H. died on November 4, 1877; she was 52.

On March 24, 1842 Elizabeth H. married Ambrose Bowen PERRY, in Shelby County, Missouri. Ambrose Bowen was born in Jessamine County, Kentucky, on January 8, 1811. Ambrose Bowen died in Shelby County, Missouri, on February 8, 1869; he was 58.

iii. Joseph James. Joseph James was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 18, 1826. Joseph James died on June 20, 1880; he was 53.

Joseph James married Adaline GLASSCOCK. Adaline was born about 1826.

iv. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on February 11, 1830. John Thomas died on September 5, 1911; he was 81.

John Thomas married Mary Freelove DAY. Mary Freelove was born in Kentucky on August 4, 1830. Mary Freelove died in Near Epworth, Shelby County, Missouri, on April 22, 1877; she was 46.

v. Montillion. Montillion was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 6, 1832. Montillion died in Callaway County, Missouri, on August 6, 1833; he was <1.

vi. Montillus. Montillus was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 6, 1832. Montillus died in Callaway County, Missouri, on August 6, 1833; he was <1.

vii. Evaline Eakens. Evaline Eakens was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on February 18, 1836. Evaline Eakens died in Shelby County, Missouri, on March 3, 1916; she was 80.

On February 12, 1857 Evaline Eakens married Dr. Luther TURNER, in Shelby County, Missouri. Luther was born in Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri, on January 9, 1830. Luther died in Caldwell, Sumner County, Kansas, on January 30, 1908; he was 78.

viii. Patsy Orr. Patsy Orr was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 6, 1838. Patsy Orr died in Shelby County, Missouri, on May 13, 1839; she was <1.

ix. Marquis W. Marquis W. was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 17, 1839. Marquis W. died in Alton, Madison County, Illinois, on November 22, 1862; he was 23.

x. Alvin West. Alvin West was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on January 1, 1841. Alvin West died on February 16, 1885; he was 44.

On November 1, 1864 Alvin West married Ann Mary TRAMMEL. Ann Mary was born about 1841.

xi. Laura Jane. Laura Jane was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on October 24, 1843. Laura Jane died in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri, on May 17, 1932; she was 88.

On November 8, 1860 Laura Jane married William Isaac DAVIS. William Isaac was born in Nevada about 1840.

xii. Mary Ann Martin. Mary Ann Martin was born on March 25, 1834. Mary Ann Martin died in Missouri on July 3, 1877; she was 43.

Mary Ann Martin first married Ray FIELDING.

On December 28, 1853 Mary Ann Martin second married Thomas William WEST. Thomas William was born on February 25, 1833. Thomas William died in Newark, Knox County, Missouri, on August 6, 1862; he was 29.

On February 7, 1867 Mary Ann Martin third married Fielding RAY. Fielding was born on March 4, 1825. Fielding died on December 6, 1903; he was 78.

84. Elizabeth B. WEST (Jean MILLER4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth B. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1805.

On January 6, 1820 Elizabeth B. married John BAKER, son of Benjamin BAKER (August 20, 1772-September 30, 1846) & Jane MILLER (November 21, 1777-October 20, 1852), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John was born in Kentucky on November 16, 1798.

They had the following children:

i. Thomas. Thomas was born about 1822.

Thomas married America RATCLIFFE. America was born about 1822.

ii. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born about 1824.

iii. Sallie. Sallie was born about 1826.

Sallie married Silas BARNES. Silas was born about 1825.

iv. Mary. Mary was born about 1828.

Mary married James FISHER. James was born about 1828.

v. Alfonso. Alfonso was born about 1830.

Alfonso married DAVIS.

vi. William Buck. William Buck was born about 1832.

William Buck married Mollie TRIPLETT. Mollie was born about 1832.

vii. Press. Press was born about 1834.

Press married Elvira KERNES. Elvira was born about 1835.

Family of Elizabeth PATTEN (39) & James PATTON

85. James Dunlap PATTON (Elizabeth PATTEN4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James Dunlap was born in Ohio on January 16, 1823. James Dunlap died in Ohio on March 18, 1893; he was 70.

On November 17, 1866 James Dunlap married Margery Ann MOORE, daughter of William Black MOORE (March 6, 1784-May 3, 1875) & Susannah CHILES (March 6, 1801-December 24, 1862), in Walnut Hill Farm, Highland County, Ohio. Officiated by Rev. Sam Still. Margery Ann was born on May 16, 1831. Margery Ann died on February 24, 1908; she was 76. Margery Ann was buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Fall Creek, Highland County, Ohio.

They had the following children:

i. William. William was born on October 24, 1865.

William married Jane JOHNSON.

ii. John Thomas. John Thomas was born on February 16, 1867.

John Thomas married Jessie CRESPEN.

iii. Cora Alta. Cora Alta was born on April 12, 1872.

Cora Alta married Edward GANDERN.

iv. Austie. Austie was born on June 12, 1875.

v. James D. James D. was born on March 18, 1893.

Family of Joseph PATTON Jr. (40) & Abigail STEPHENSON

86. Thomas Stephenson “Tom” PATTON (Joseph4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Thomas Stephenson “Tom” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 5, 1821. Thomas Stephenson “Tom” died in Orange Township, Hardin, Shelby County, Ohio, after 1882; he was 60.

Notes for THOMAS STEPHENSON 'TOM' PATTON:20

Portion of very old newspaper clipping - Obituary of Thomas S. Patton

Thomas S. Patton of Hardin, for some time in failing health, physically and mentally, died Thursday. He was born in Bourbon county, Kentucky, January 6, 1821 and came with his parents to Orange township in 1830. In 1842, he began teaching school, following it for a number of years. He married Louisa A. Shaw in 1848, and in 1854 moved to Washington County, Iowa, where he engaged in farming until 1882, in which year he came back, locating at Hardin. His wife and six children survive him. The children are Alonzo W. and Albert L. of Hardin; Walter G., of Sidney; Mrs. Amaziah Nichols of Washington County, Iowa; Mrs. James M. Watson. [there is no clue as to the date of the obituary or the last of the daughter's names.]lpl

In 1848 Thomas Stephenson “Tom” married Louisa A. SHAW. Louisa A. was born in Kentucky about 1830.

They had the following children:

i. Alonzo W. Alonzo W. was born about 1855. Alonzo W. died in (Possibly) Porterville, Tulare County, California., in February 1941; he was 86.

Notes for ALONZO W. PATTON:20

Lorenzo wrote to Fred that he met a man who had seen Alonzo down in California. Named in his father's obituary. Mentioned as 'Lon' in other family mail from Robert E. Patton. Mentioned by Carl in interview with RLP. about 1963. Porterville Evening Recorder, 779, PATTON, ALONZO W., Age 86 Date: 1941 [b. abt. 1855]

ii. Albert L.

On December 28, 1886 Albert L. married Clara MOWERY, in Shelby County, Ohio.

iii. UNNAMED.

married James M. WATSON.

iv. UNNAMED.

married Amaziah NICHOLS.

v. Walter G. Walter G. was born about 1855.

On June 7, 1887 Walter G. married Eva D. LENOX, in Shelby County, Ohio.

87. Hugh Torrence PATTEN (Joseph PATTON4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Hugh Torrence was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 3, 1825. Hugh Torrence died in Piqua, Ohio, on April 24, 1902; he was 76.

On November 19, 1857 Hugh Torrence married Lucinda HEFFELMAN, in Sidney, Turtlecreek Township, Shelby County, Ohio. Lucinda was born in Ohio on February 14, 1835. Lucinda died on October 28, 1900; she was 65.

They had the following children:

i. Luther Abbott. Luther Abbott was born on February 9, 1859. Luther Abbott died on October 8, 1937; he was 78. Luther Abbott was buried in Glen Cemetery, Port Jefferson, Ohio.

On June 16, 1888 Luther Abbott married Ida Belle McVAY. Ida Belle was born on November 23, 1867. Ida Belle died in 1939; she was 71. Ida Belle was buried in Port Jefferson, Ohio.

ii. Anna Margaret “Maggie”. Anna Margaret “Maggie” was born in Shelby County, Ohio, on August 21, 1861. Anna Margaret “Maggie” died on December 1, 1954; she was 93.

Notes for ANNA MARGARET "; MAGGIE"; PATTEN:20

Her line is from Pedigree 5855, Volume 3; World Family Tree

Anna Margaret “Maggie” married Milton J. TAGGART. Milton J. was born in Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio, on July 19, 1842. Milton J. died in Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio, on April 19, 1917; he was 74.

Notes for MILTON J. TAGGART:20

Milton spent his last years on his farm near Hopedale, OH. His widow sold farm to coal company in 1920's and moved to Detroit, MI. He received his education at Hopedale Normal College, A.B. Degree. In the fall of 1863 he entered the Law Department of Michigan University, from which he was graduated in 1866, receiving the degree of LL.B. He then entered partnership with Hon. J.H.S. Trainer and opened a law office in Steubenville, Ohio, where he remained until called home to attend to the business of his father, who desired to retire from active pursuits. At the last call for troops, he enlisted in Company H, 170 O.V.I., and was immediately sent to Washington, where he was assigned to duty on the Signal Corps. He served in this capacity until he was mustered out, Sept 10, 1864.

iii. Grant Torrence. Grant Torrence was born in Ohio on November 29, 1863. Grant Torrence died in May 1929; he was 65.

On February 25, 1892 Grant Torrence married Cora MALCOLM, in Shelby County, Ohio.

iv. Marietta. Marietta was born in Ohio on April 7, 1866.

v. Osa Mae. Osa Mae was born in Ohio on April 2, 1869.

vi. Will J. Will J. was born on November 22, 1871.

vii. Jennie Abigail. Jennie Abigail was born on December 5, 1874.

88. Robert Alexander PATTON (Joseph4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Alexander was born in Sidney, Turtlecreek Township, Shelby County, Ohio, on June 14, 1833. Robert Alexander died in Indiana State Soldiers Home, Lafayette, Fairfield Twp, Tippecanoe, Indiana, on January 5, 1908; he was 74. Robert Alexander was buried in Crown Point Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Notes for SARAH JANE MARCHANT:20

Sarah Jane was called Jane or Janie usually and referred to as Jane Merchant Patton.

Notes by Uncle Carl Eugene Hayes Patton's housekeeper, Bonnie Sisson:

After their mother died 15 Oct 1869

Lorenzo to Uncle John

Alfred to Uncle William

Ida, Robert and Clarence to Aunt Margaret

(who is Aunt Margaret? wife of a brother of Robert or

Robert's sister, Margaret?) Robert A. was in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky in the 1850s.

In ";Cemeteries of Miami Co., KS";, Vol. I: p. 65 Fontana Cemetery- Grave 47 Lot 4 Patton, Sarah J. Oct. 15, 1869

On October 25, 1857 Robert Alexander first married Sarah Jane MARCHANT, daughter of Jonah MARCHANT & Sarah BROWN, in Farmington, Fulton County, Illinois. Sarah Jane was born in Farmington, Fulton County, Illinois, on June 25, 1836. Sarah Jane died in Fontana, Osage Township, Miami County, Kansas, on October 16, 1869; she was 33. Sarah Jane was buried in Fontana County, Kansas Cemetery, Grave 47 Lot 4.

They had the following children:

i. Alfred. Alfred was born in Osage Township, Miami County, Kansas, on April 12, 1861. Alfred died in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, on May 14, 1922; he was 61. Alfred was buried in Oaklawn Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Occupation: Tulsa Deputy Sherriff; Construction Of House Boats & Homes.

Notes for ALFRED PATTON:20

HISTORY OF A.W. PATTON BY HIMSELF

He was born in Miami Co. Kansas in the year 1861 the 12th day of April, lived there until his mother died on the 15th October, 1869 when he moved to Hardin, Shelby County, Ohio and lived with his Uncle William Patton until September 1879, then 17 years old, when he went to Champagne Co., Illinois and worked on a farm two years, then went back to Ohio in 1881 in the fall, lived there two years until 1883, then he went to Kansas and Illinois and lived in Rantoul, Illinois where Ray E. and Eugene L. were born, and then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee in August 1889, and lived there two years. He came back to Illinois August 1891 (Onarga), lived there two years, then to Bluffs, Scott Co., (Harry Allen Patton born October 5, 1894) Illinois. [1893, left for Peoria in May 1903 to Oklahoma August same year. [Oklahoma City] to Tulsa 1906 [arrived Labor Day] Wife, Estella Marie (Crane) Patton died August 9, 1909.

Notes of Harry Allen Patton:

";This was written just before dad died. He was not his normal self. The writing shows that he was undoubtedly tired. Too tired to finish the ";history"; The dates and places mentioned agree with what I know or was told previously. That saw mill and Hotel episode would be in the very early 1890s."; He also is known to have been in Canon City, Colorado and in Texas before 1813.

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Marriage Notes for ALFRED PATTON and ESTELLA CRANE:

Newspaper clipping:

Only one couple applied for marriage license during the past week. Alfred W. Patton, of Sidney, Shelby county, Ohio, and Miss Estella M. Crane, of Rantoul [Illinois]. They were married at the Blackstone House, by Rev. Wilder, on Thursday last.

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TULSA OKLAHOMA DAILY DEMOCRAT

TUESDAY EVENING 10 AUG 1909--copied by Berintha Z. Mendenhall Patton

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, Local #943 meets every Tuesday at 8pm at Labor Hall.- Alfred W. Patton President, O. E. Morey, Secretary

The funeral services of Mrs. A.W. Patton were held yesterday afternoon under the auspicies of the Carpenters Union. Rev. Rankin of the United Presbyterian Church conducted the services. Interment was made in Oaklawn. Mrs. Patton had been ill for some time.

On August 7, 1884 Alfred first married Estella Marie CRANE, in Paxton, Ford County, Illinois. Estella Marie was born in Near Wyoming P.O., Stark County, Illinois, on June 29, 1863. Estella Marie died in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, on August 9, 1909; she was 46. Occupation: Made & Sold Bathing Suits, Sails For Houseboats Her Husband Built, Etc.

Bet. 1911 and 1912 Alfred second married Angelina GODDARD, in Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado. Angelina was born in (From) Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado.

ii. Lorenzo D. S. Lorenzo D. S. was born in Farmington, Fulton County, Illinois, on November 28, 1858. Lorenzo D. S. died in North Yakima, Washington, on December 2, 1910; he was 52. Lorenzo D. S. was buried in Tahoma Cemetery, North Yakima, Washington.

Notes for LORENZO D. S. PATTON:20

Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, ed. 8-B, Pulaski County

HISTORY KENTUCKY ILLUSTRATED - EDITION 8 - B F.A.BATTEY & CO. 1888

L.D.S. PATTON was born in Farmington, ILL November 28, 1858. He is a son of Robert and Jane (MERCHANT) Patton. Robert Patton was born near Sidney, Ohio in 1833 and is now residing at Williamsburg, KY, a carpenter and contractor by trade, and a son of Joseph and Abigail (STEVENSON / STEPHANSON) Patton. Joseph Patton, a native of Virginia was a farmer all his life. Jane (MERCHANT) Patton was born in Farmington, IL. L.D.S. Patton is the eldest of five children, himself, Alfred, Ida, Robert and Clarnce. At the age of two years he removed to Miami County, KS with his parents and remained until 1869, then returned to Sidney, O. He was educated in the common schools and took a commercial course at the Miami Commercial College, Dayton, OH, where he graduated. He then engaged in the livery business in Sidney [Ohio} with J.S. Patton which he continued only about 8 months, having also engaged in the livery business about 6 months before attending the Commercial College. In October 1881 he located in Somerset, KY where he opened a furniture store, and has since added undertaking, sash, doors and blinds. In 1886 he went to Cincinnati and took a course in embalming March 15, 1883, he married Mary E. Richardson of Somerset, [Kentucky] a daughter of J.R. and M.E. (Adams) Richardson. Two children have blessed this union, Jessie and Nina. Mr. Patton votes with the Republicans.

Letter form Lorenzo to Alfred ";Freddie";:

L. D. S. PATTON

FRUIT LANDS

Yakima National Bank Building

NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON

AUGUST 1ST, 1910

A. W. Patton, Esq.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Dear Brother: Mr. Guy Fuller was just in the office and told me that he had a letter from you and told me your address. I can not realize that it has been over twenty-seven years since we have seen each other, how time flies. Mr. Fuller told me of the death of your wife, which I was sorry to hear. Well I suppose you have had your ups and downs in this world as well as myself. My first wife died March 1903 since we come here and I married again Oct 1908 a widdow with one child nine years which I have adopted. Jessie is married and lives here near us has been married three years and has no children yet. Tell me about your family and how old are they. Do you ever hear from the Crains and where do they live, I have never heard from any of them since you left Ill. I heard of you once down in Texax some where and since you left there Ida told me you were in Tulsa and I did not write because I did not know your exact address, but Mr Fuller said he thought you would get it all right if just addressed Tulsa Oak. I think brothers should write once and a while and if you answer I will try and do my part. I met a man who had seen Alonzo Patton down in Calif some where. If I can get rid of what I have here I am going to try a country where land is cheaper.

Hoping to hear from you soon 'I am your long lost brother,

L. D. S. Patton

Obituary [very lengthy & informative typed copy of news clippings; Richard not mentioned which seems sad.]

Clipping from Newspapers. L. D. S. PATTON THIRD VICTIM OF STRANGE POISON.

Paralysis of Nerves of Heart Results in Death After Illness Lasting About One Week. CONDITION SATURDAY CONSIDERED HOPEFUL.

Funeral Services Tomorrow - Arrangements Similar to Those for Funeral of Mrs. Fulkerson.

Dec. 5. 1910 Lorenzo D. S. Patton, the third victim to succumb to the mysterious poison believed to have been in canned asparagus eaten at a Thanksgiving party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuehn, on November 24, died at 8:40 o'clock, Saturday night, at his home, 22 S. 4th St. Mr. Patton's condition had been critical for several days, and, although hope was entertained up to Saturday afternoon that he would recover, his collapse and death was not a surprise to those conversant with the case.....

On March 15, 1883 Lorenzo D. S. first married Mary Elizabeth RICHARDSON, in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Mary Elizabeth was born in Fayette County, Kentucky, about 1862. Mary Elizabeth died in North Yakima, Washington, on March 19, 1903; she was 41. Mary Elizabeth was buried in Tahoma Cemetery, North Yakima, Washington.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH RICHARDSON:20

OBITUARY:

MARY E. PATTON

Mary E. Patton, wife of L.D.S. Patton, died at her home last Thursday, March 19. [1903]

Mrs. Patton had been bed-ridden for ten dreary weeks of dire suffering from a complication of diseases which culminated finally and which was surely a relief for the stricken body.

Mr. and Mrs. Patton and their only daughter, Miss Jessie Patton came here from Kentucky about two years ago. He invested money in the town and was quite prosperous, only recently beginning the erection of a new home. The death of his wife has thwarted these plans and his future course is undecided. The deceased had a large circle of friends in the city who deeply sympathize with her bereaved husband and daughter. Funeral services were conducted from the house Saturday afternoon. Internment Tahoma cemetery.

On October 5, 1908 Lorenzo D. S. second married Senova Godwin FULKERSON, in North Yakima, Washington. Senova Godwin was born in Wellington, Missouri, on January 3, 1871.

iii. Ida J. Ida J. was born in Paoli, Miami County, Kansas, on August 5, 1864.

Ida J. married MAGEE.

iv. Robert E. Robert E. was born on July 21, 1867. Robert E. died in Rankin, Illinois, on February 26, 1953; he was 85.

Robert E. married Etta.

v. Clarence B. Clarence B. was born on October 7, 1869.

On December 23, 1873 Robert Alexander second married Eliza J. HERRING, in Delphos, Ohio. Eliza J. was born in Pennsylvania about 1829. Eliza J. died in Indianapolis, Indiana, on May 20, 1915; she was 86. Eliza J. was buried in Mt. Jackson Cemetery, North Of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Notes for ELIZA J. HERRING:20

In 1888, she may have resided in Williamsburg, Kentucky with Robt. A. Patton. (see Lorenzo D. S. Patton's biography published in 1888)

They had the following children:

i. Carl Eugene. Carl Eugene was born in Sidney, Turtlecreek Township, Shelby County, Ohio, on November 22, 1876. Carl Eugene died in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, on May 16, 1960; he was 83.

Notes for CARL EUGENE HAYES PATTON:20

Letter from Robt. L. ";Patt"; Patton to his father Harry Allen ";Patt"; Patton abt 1963 regarding visit with his father's half uncle, Carl in Santa Monica, California.

Dad,

I called on your 1/2 Uncle, Carl Eugene Hayes Patton and his wife Lula. He said he was born November 22, 1876 in Sydney, (or Sidney), Ohio, son of Robert Alexander Patton (age 40) and Eliza Jane Herring, (second wife of R.A.) (from Pennsylvania) Patton.

Carl discussed his father and uncles at some length. Robert A. worked alongside his father's slaves near Bowling Green. Sons and slaves ate at separate tables but drank from the same dipper which later seemed ironic to Robert A.

The last slave was sold near mid-century for $1200. Robert A. was raised to Master Mason in Temperance Lodge Number 33, Sidney, Ohio in 1855... Robert A. went to Kansas and chased Quantril before enlisting. He served for $12 per mo. and felt contemptuous toward his brother, Will Patten for buying an $800 substitute. Robert A. Patton preferred his brothers Thomas Patten, a schoolteacher and John Patten to farmer, Will Patton.

After the war, Robert A. returned to Sidney, Ohio where Carl and Gertrude were born. Carl says his (Carl's) mother treated Robert A. badly in sending him to the soldier's home in Lafayette while she lived in Indianapolis. Robert A's son Robert E. visited him there when he was dying, but only Carl was present at the death bed in 1908. Carl brought Robert A's body back to Indianapolis to bury in Crown Point cemetery ";within spitting distance of General Harrison."; Carl's first wife and infant son, Robert were lost about this time and were buried in another Indianapolis cemetery.

Among Carl's early memories are his 1/2 brothers' attempts to succeed in business in the 1880's. Lorenzo, Tom and Fred (Alfred William) tried to buy a sawmill in Tennessee. Then they bought a hotel for less than $150 but soon sold it as profitless. Lorenzo later became quite well off in Yakima, Washington. Fred went to Canyon City, Colorado, Tom stayed further east. Carl lost actual contact with Fred around 1891 when he had one son about 2 feet tall. Eugene - [ lived in Knoxville, TN 1889] - born 2 years.

Carl had 3 daughters besides the son who died in infancy. Lucy Leda Patton Tripp is now dead. Jessie Jean Patton Hobbs died 1956 (born 1901) from auto accident in Columbus, Indiana. Ruth Patton Tant (wife of Charles P. Tant) lives in Nashville. These were children of his first wife (Jessie Webb Patton) who died after 7 years marriage ";before we hardly got acquainted"; His second wife, (Lula Banta [Hillyer] Patton) had attended his first marriage and also had a daughter Jessie Hillyer by her first marriage. (Lula Banta born December 27, 1879) These 4 girls were their only children when they married about 1909. They had no children together. They moved to Calif. in April 6, 1920. Carl gave up railroading shortly thereafter. He went on WPA in the 30's and then they served for 10 years as custodians of Santa Monica Masonic Temple about 1939-48. He retired at the time of a cataract operation. Lula is nearly blind and has high blood pressure. He wears strong bifocals but can still read. (They own a nice little house near the ocean (810 Navy Street, Ocean Park, Santa Monica.)

R.L.P.

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In Remembrance

Services for CARL HAYES PATTON Born Sidney, Ohio November 22, 1876 Passed On Santa Monica, California May 16 1960. Services Held at Boggs & Mashmeyer Wilshire Funeral Home May 19, 1960 2:30 P.M.

Officiant Santa Monica Lodge No. 307

F. & A.M.

Interment

Masonic Plot

Woodlawn Cemetery

About 1901 Carl Eugene first married Jessie WEBB. Jessie was born about 1881. Jessie died about 1908; she was 27. Jessie was buried in Indianapolis, Indiana.

In 1909 Carl Eugene second married Lula BANTA. Lula was born on December 27, 1879.

ii. Gertrude G. Gertrude G. was born on September 15, 1878. Gertrude G. died before September 4, 1956; she was 77.

Gertrude G. married Harry MYERS.

Family of Hugh PATTON (42) & Jane NESBITT

89. Elizabeth Ann PATTON (Hugh4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth Ann was born in March 1824. Elizabeth Ann died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1877; she was 52.

In 1844 Elizabeth Ann married William LAYSON, son of Isaac LAYSON (July 7, 1782-July 6, 1822) & Mary “Polly” MOORE (November 15, 1787-May 4, 1876). William was born on December 22, 1809. William died on February 4, 1888; he was 78.

Note: This union is an educated guess based upon the genealogy of Lurose Patton.--REF

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Notes for WILLIAM LAYSON:20

Their Home at Millersburg-Cynthiana Road Constructed prior to the Civil War, the impressive two-story brick residence with flush sandstone lintels has undergone several transformations. A two-story ell dominates the single-pile front block. Original interior appointments which remain intact include several Greek Revival and Tudor mantels, as well as a parlor chandelier medallion. After the turn of the century a huge one-story Georgian Revival porch was wrapped around the front and part of the sides, and a small ";nursery"; just behind the main block was enlarged by a semi-octagonal bay-window with charming cresting. The renovated interior received handsome cabinet mantels, chandeliers, and the like. Oscar Rankin, whose initials are in a frosted-glass pane of the enclosed side porch, was no doubt responsible for these alterations. The large porch was recently removed and replaced by a two-story entrance portico. Indicated on the 1861 map, the house was probably built for William McClintock, Jr., a son of one of the original eighteen settlers of the Millersburg area in 1778. He was an organizer, stockholder, and first treasurer of the Millersburg Cemetery Company in 1860. In 1876 William Layson purchased the property from the McClintock family, and several years later the farm was acquired by Oscar R. Rankin who had married Layson's daughter in 1874. Rankin, an organizer and vice-president of the Millersburg Exchange Bank, developed the farm to 1,300 acres, known as the Ash Woodland Stock Farm.

Perrin, pp. 122, 125-126, 512-513, 779; Kerr, V, 643-644

They had the following children:

127 i. Jane Alice

ii. America Moore. America Moore was born in 1862. America Moore died in 1886; she was 24.

90. William PATTON (Hugh4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William was born in 1839. William died in 1918; he was 79. Resided in Callaway County, Missouri.

William married Belle CROUSEN, in Callaway County, Missouri.

They had one child:

i. Ourn. Resided in Fulton, Missouri, in 1929.

Notes for OURN PATTON:20

Living in Fulton County, Missouri in 1929.

91. Hugh Allis PATTON (Hugh4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Hugh Allis was born in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1842. Hugh Allis died in 1901; he was 59. Hugh Allis was buried in Henry County, Missouri. Resided in Henry County, Missouri, in 1929.

On October 29, 1858 Hugh Allis married Jane Maria NESBITT (103) , daughter of John McClure NESBITT (61) (November 17, 1807-) & Sarah “Sally” STEELE (March 17, 1810-), in Marion County, Indiana. Jane Maria was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on October 31, 1841. Jane Maria died in Windsor, Missouri, on December 10, 1937; she was 96. Jane Maria was buried in Montrose, Missouri.

NINETY FOUR LAST HALLOWEEN

A 94 year old great grand daughter of William Nesbitt of Bourbon Co., Kentucky, herself wrote the following. Wish you could see it.

Windsor, Mo.

February 14, 1936.

Dear O.B. Nesbit---

I received your letter some time ago I certainly do appreciate and thank you so much. I enjoy reading them. They help to pass the time away.

We are having snow and zero weather and I don't enjoy it one bit.

Many thanks, love to all.

Mrs. Jane Patten

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FUNERAL NOTICE

The funeral of Mrs. Jane M. Patten will be held from their home at 410 South Main Street, Sunday, December 12, 1937 at 1:30 p.m. Rev. O.G. Firestone, paster of the M.E. Church, South, officiating.

Interment will be at Montrose, Missouri.

We can never express to you how much our dear Mother enjoyed your letters of ";Nesbitology";. Thanks for sending them.

She will be greatly missed.

Jessie Pattern - Mrs. S.R. Mohler (daughters).

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Mrs. Patten was a descendant of William Nesbit, Revolutionary War Soldier from Pennsylvania an early settler in Millersburgh, Kentucky. His name and Jeremiah, his brother, are on a bronze marker on the Court House, Paris, Ky. provided by the D.A.R. for Revolutionary War Soldiers buried in Bourbon County.

Mrs. Molly James, Paris, Ky. is the family historian for this family, at this time. This family is one of the finest in America and has many fine members. I am sorry I could not have known Mrs. Patten personally. I have had two letters from her during the past year. She was ninety five years old and her hand-writing showed the good life she had lived.

Otis B. Nesbit

They had the following children:

i. Anna Belle. Anna Belle was born on July 4, 1869. Resided in Montrose, Missouri, in 1929.

Notes for ANNA BELLE PATTON:20

Anna Belle and Samuel lived in Montrose, Missouri in 1929.

Anna Belle married Samuel R. MOHLER.

ii. Jessie. Jessie was born on April 23, 1871.

Sixth Generation

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Family of Daniel THOMPSON (44) & Elizabeth “Lizzie” MOORE

92. John W. THOMPSON (Daniel5, Henry4, Mary McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John W. was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 11, 1866.

John W. married Sallie KING. Sallie was born in Carlisle, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Bessie.

Bessie married Cecil KING. Resided in Winchester, Kentucky.

ii. Robert.

Family of Joseph Birch McCLINTOCK (48) & Nancy “Nannie” DUDLEY

93. Henrietta Clay “Etta” McCLINTOCK (Joseph Birch5, Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Henrietta Clay “Etta” was born in Kentucky on October 30, 1873. Henrietta Clay “Etta” died on May 20, 1924; she was 50. Henrietta Clay “Etta” was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

Henrietta Clay “Etta” married Benjamin Franklin BEDFORD Jr., son of Benjamin Franklin BEDFORD Sr. (August 23, 1830-October 28, 1897) & Elizabeth Quisenberry “Bettie” EVANS (September 1837-April 24, 1925). Benjamin Franklin was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 19, 1869. Benjamin Franklin died in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 17, 1930; he was 60. Benjamin Franklin was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky. Occupation: Surveyor.

They had the following children:

i. Infant. Infant died in 1910. Infant was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

ii. Benjamin Franklin. Benjamin Franklin was born on April 15, 1912. Resided in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1967.

iii. Henrietta Clay. Henrietta Clay was born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 4, 1916. Resided in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1944.

On December 12, 1943 Henrietta Clay married Alexander Mitchell JOHNSON.

94. Mary “Mayme” McCLINTOCK (Joseph Birch5, Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Mary “Mayme” was born in 1876. Mary “Mayme” died in Shelbyville, Kentucky, on February 27, 1967; she was 91.

Mary “Mayme” married Dr. Frank LAPSLEY. Frank was born about 1866. Frank died in Kentucky on December 1, 1954; he was 88. Education: Centre College; Louisville School Of Medicine. Occupation: Physician.

They had the following children:

i. Josephine. Josephine was born on April 4, 1907. Josephine died in October 1989; she was 82.

ii. James Harvey. James Harvey was born on July 16, 1910. James Harvey died on February 7, 1978; he was 67.

James Harvey married Lou Russell CARR. Resided in Shelbyville, Kentucky, in 1996.

Family of John Thomas McCLINTOCK (49) & Laura STARR

95. Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr McCLINTOCK (John Thomas5, Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr was born in Cynthiana, Harrison, Kentucky, in June 1872. Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in November 1959; she was 87. Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

On October 11, 1893 Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr married Dr. Charles Norris FITHIAN, son of Dr. Washington FITHIAN (January 8, 1825-January 15, 1904) & Mary Lou (Lucinda) HUTCHCRAFT (June 27, 1829-August 20, 1909), in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Charles Norris was born in North Middletown, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on November 4, 1856-1857. Charles Norris died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 17, 1945; he was 88. Charles Norris was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

They had one child:

128 i. Edward Warfield (1896-1935)

96. John T. McCLINTOCK Jr. (John Thomas5, Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). John T. was born in March 1874.

John T. married Rosa V.. Rosa V. was born in Arkansas in October 1875.

They had one child:

i. Laura Starr. Laura Starr was born in March 1897.

Family of Frances Ann MILLER (50) & Judge William NUNN

97. America Jane NUNN (Frances Ann MILLER5, Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). America Jane was born on March 23, 1844.

America Jane first married Charles J. SHEPPERD.

On November 20, 1861 America Jane second married Charles CLARKE, son of Charles CLARKE (October 9, 1808-) & Eliza HORD. Charles was born on April 27, 1840.

CHARLES CLARKE,31 farmer ; P. O. Millersburg proprietor of Forest Grove; was born April 27, 1840. His father was Charles Clarke, born Oct. 9, 1808, in Mason County, where he was a prominent farmer, and held the office of Sheriff for eight years. He was a son of Septimus D. Clarke, a native of Northumberland County, Va.; born Sept. 10, 1781, and died Dec. 29, 1833; his wife was born in 1783, and died in the fifty-sixth year of her age. They had seven children : Charles, Oliver P., Hiram, Leroy and James; two daughters died unmarried. All the sons left families in Mason County, except Leroy, whose posterity are in Missouri. Dr. Hiram Clarke, formerly of Cincinnati, left an only child; he is now in Chicago. Charles Clarke, Sr., was married in 1834, to Miss Eliza Hord. They had six children: John, born in 1836, a prominent farmer in Mason County; Anna J. became the wife of E. E. Pearce, a banker in Flemingsburg; she died Oct. 4, 1878, leaving four children: Charles, the subject of this sketch; Helen died at eleven years; Septimus at two years; Septimus, the youngest child, born in 1846, engaged in mercantile business at Mayslick. The first four were born in April, two years elapsing between each birth; they are respectively, the 17th, 7th, 27th and 11th. Mr. Clark received an academical education, and engaged in farming. He was married Nov. 20, 1861, to America J. Nunn, whose birth occurred March 23, 1844, a daughter of Judge William Nunn (deceased), who was born in Millersburg on the 22d of February, 1808; was a son of Ilai Nunn, born Oct. 1, 1758; was twice married: first, to Jennie Scott, May 27, 1779; second, to Mrs. Jemima Watson, in 1805. Ilai Nunn came from the State of Georgia at a very early date, settling on Cane Ridge. It was at his cabin that the great camp-meeting of that day was held. Mr. Clarke, by this marriage, had six children, two of whom died in infancy; those living are: Fannie, born July 15, 1864; William N., Oct. 11, 1869; Lida, March 27, 1871; Charles, April 19, 1873. Mr. Clarke has traded extensively through the South, and has built up a reputation as being one of the best farmers in Bourbon County. He and family are members of church. William Nunn was a man of prominence in the early history of Millersburg. He was four times married; all his children died young, except the wife of our subject, who was the only child by his third wife, who was Frances, a daughter of William Miller, he of Major John Miller. Mr. Nunn was a mail of great liberality, eminent in the support of Methodism, and took an active interest in education. His house was lavishly furnished, and before the advent of railroads, was the resting place of the great Henry Clay, on his way to and from Maysville to Lexington, and numerous others of the most highly educated and prominent men of the day. A number of people who have gone out into the world and held positions of prominence, were educated by Mr. Nunn, who, as an officer and Christian gentleman, held the highest position in the hearts of his fellow citizens. He sought out opportunities to help others, and did good in whatever channel an opportunity was made manifest. Howard Henderson, late Superintendent of Public Instruction, received a highly finished education through him, graduating from the Cincinnati Law School, and from the O. W. U., at Delaware, O.; he entered the ministry, and traveled through the South with Bishop Cavanaugh, preaching, and became one of the most prominent divines in the Conference; he is now located at Hannibal, Mo.

They had the following children:

i. Fannie. Fannie was born on July 15, 1864.

ii. William N. William N. was born on October 11, 1869.

iii. Lida. Lida was born on March 27, 1871.

iv. Charles. Charles was born on April 19, 1873.

Family of Margaret H. MILLER (51) & Zedekiah M. LAYSON

98. William M. LAYSON (Margaret H. MILLER5, Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). William M. was born on May 6, 1844.

WILLIAM. LAYSON, Jr.,32 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; son of Zed M., born May 11, 1811, in Bourbon County, to Isaac and Mary (Moore) Layson; she of John Moore and a Miss Black, natives, the former of Delaware, the latter of Maryland; came to Fayette County about 1788. Isaac Layson, son of John and Margaret (Martin) Layson, located near where Paris now stands, before the first house was built at that place. Isaac had eight children: Wm., Zed M., Margaret A. Moore, John M., Robert W., America (Moore) Ardery and Isaac Z.; the four oldest are still living. The grandparents of our subject were natives of Bourbon County. The father of our subject was twice married; first to Margaret H. Miller, daughter of William Miller, he a son of Major John; by this marriage there were two sons; one of them, Wm. M., born May 6, 1844; his first wife died Dec. 18, 1851. In 1854, he married Sarah W. Varnon, daughter of Benjamin and Sally Varnon; by this marriage there were five children, all living: Margaret H., Edward V., Laura R., Martha M. and Eugenia B.; second wife deceased in 1871. On the 27th day of April, the subject of this sketch left home for the Confederacy, determined to join the Southern army; afterward joined a party of twenty men, camped on the night of the 5th near Hazel Green; on the following morning, his eighteenth birthday, they were attacked by a party of home guards; finally reached Marshall's command in Virginia, where all of the company enlisted except William and two companions who went to Corinth, Miss., intending to enlist there, but by the advice of friends went to Chattanooga, Tenn., where they joined Morgan's Command, serving two years, engaging in many hard-fought battles, some of which were: Gallatin, Snowhill, Woodbury, Greasy Creek, Green River Bridge, and Augusta; was taken prisoner by the Federals, sent to Louisville, where he remained until Nov. 8, 1863, when, taking the oath was released and returned home, engaging in farming and stock trading in the South. Jan. 25, 1870, was married to Mrs. Maggie (Orr) Morehead, daughter of B. G. Orr, a prominent officer of Nicholas County, where he died; she a granddaughter of John Orr, who served in the war of 1812 under Col. Johnson. They have had four children, two of whom died in one night of scarlet fever; those living are Charles B., born March 31, 1871; Zed Clark, Dec. 29, 1875. They are members of the Presbyterian Church.

On January 25, 1870 William M. married Maggie ORR, daughter of Benjamin Grayson ORR.

They had the following children:

i. Charles B. Charles B. was born on March 31, 1871.

ii. Zed Clark. Zed Clark was born on December 29, 1875.

Family of John Clark MILLER (52) & Jane E. McCLELLAND (118)

99. William McClelland MILLER (John Clark5, Margaret McCLINTOCK4, Daniel B.3, Joseph2, William1). William McClelland was born in 1850.

William McClelland married Carrie.

They had the following children:

i. Thomas. Thomas was born in 1875.

ii. Robert. Robert was born in 1877.

iii. John Clark. John Clark was born in 1879. John Clark died after 1908; he was 29.

iv. Grace. Grace was born in 1882. Grace died after 1904; she was 22.

v. Louise. Louise was born in 1890. Louise died after 1904; she was 14.

Family of John McKEE (58) & Eliza WILSON

100. James W. McKEE (John5, Elizabeth McCLINTOCK4, Elizabeth Torrence3, Joseph2, William1). James W. was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on March 26, 1836.

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 671

JAMES W. McKEE, farmer; P. O. Cynthiana; is a native of Harrison County, and son of John and Eliza (Wilson) McKee. He was born March 26, 1836, and in 1856 married Miss Jane M. Turney, a native of Illinois, and daughter of William Turney, of Bourbon County, Ky. By this union they have had eleven children, ten of whom are now living, viz.: William T., now living in Bourbon County Eliza W., wife of Joseph A. Thorn, of Bourbon County Chas., Julia, Alice, Lizzie, George, Frank, Jesse and Turney living at home. His wife died in 1870, aged thirty-eight years; she was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Cynthiana. Mr. McKee attended the common schools of Bourbon County until he was seventeen years of age, when he attended the Farmers' College on College Hill, near Cincinnati, Ohio, remaining there three years. In 1856 he began farming and trading, which he has since followed, now having 580 acres of land upon which he makes the breeding and raising of sheep and mules a speciality. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church at Cynthiana. He is a Democrat.

In 1856 James W. married Jane M. TURNEY, daughter of William TURNEY.

They had the following children:

i. William T.

ii. Eliza W.

Eliza W. married Joseph A. THORN.

iii. Charles.

iv. Julia.

v. Alice.

vi. Lizzie.

vii. George.

viii. Frank.

ix. Jesse.

x. Turney.

Family of Elizabeth Easter NESBITT (60) & John Pollock “Pogue” MOORE

101. Margaret MOORE (Elizabeth Easter NESBITT5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Margaret married STARKEY.

They had one child:

i. Carleton.

Family of John McClure NESBITT (61) & Sarah “Sally” STEELE

102. John Thomas NESBITT (John McClure5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). John Thomas was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on July 29, 1836. John Thomas died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on May 28, 1915; he was 78.

On November 18, 1858 John Thomas married Elizabeth STEELE, in Marion County, Indiana.

They had one child:

i. Mary Thompson. Mary Thompson was born on June 19, 1869.

On January 28, 1891 Mary Thompson married John Lee JAMES, son of Samuel JAMES & Henrietta ORR, in Marion County, Indiana.

103. Jane Maria NESBITT (John McClure5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jane Maria was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on October 31, 1841. Jane Maria died in Windsor, Missouri, on December 10, 1937; she was 96. Jane Maria was buried in Montrose, Missouri.

NINETY FOUR LAST HALLOWEEN

A 94 year old great grand daughter of William Nesbitt of Bourbon Co., Kentucky, herself wrote the following. Wish you could see it.

Windsor, Mo.

February 14, 1936.

Dear O.B. Nesbit---

I received your letter some time ago I certainly do appreciate and thank you so much. I enjoy reading them. They help to pass the time away.

We are having snow and zero weather and I don't enjoy it one bit.

Many thanks, love to all.

Mrs. Jane Patten

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FUNERAL NOTICE

The funeral of Mrs. Jane M. Patten will be held from their home at 410 South Main Street, Sunday, December 12, 1937 at 1:30 p.m. Rev. O.G. Firestone, paster of the M.E. Church, South, officiating.

Interment will be at Montrose, Missouri.

We can never express to you how much our dear Mother enjoyed your letters of ";Nesbitology";. Thanks for sending them.

She will be greatly missed.

Jessie Pattern - Mrs. S.R. Mohler (daughters).

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Mrs. Patten was a descendant of William Nesbit, Revolutionary War Soldier from Pennsylvania an early settler in Millersburgh, Kentucky. His name and Jeremiah, his brother, are on a bronze marker on the Court House, Paris, Ky. provided by the D.A.R. for Revolutionary War Soldiers buried in Bourbon County.

Mrs. Molly James, Paris, Ky. is the family historian for this family, at this time. This family is one of the finest in America and has many fine members. I am sorry I could not have known Mrs. Patten personally. I have had two letters from her during the past year. She was ninety five years old and her hand-writing showed the good life she had lived.

Otis B. Nesbit

On October 29, 1858 Jane Maria married Hugh Allis PATTON (91) , son of Hugh PATTON (42) (October 1, 1795-November 7, 1866) & Jane NESBITT (November 9, 1800-July 19, 1855), in Marion County, Indiana. Hugh Allis was born in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1842. Hugh Allis died in 1901; he was 59. Hugh Allis was buried in Henry County, Missouri. Resided in Henry County, Missouri, in 1929.

They had the following children:

i. Anna Belle. Anna Belle was born on July 4, 1869. Resided in Montrose, Missouri, in 1929.

Notes for ANNA BELLE PATTON:20

Anna Belle and Samuel lived in Montrose, Missouri in 1929.

Anna Belle married Samuel R. MOHLER.

ii. Jessie. Jessie was born on April 23, 1871.

104. Joseph Allen NESBITT (John McClure5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph Allen was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on February 23, 1844. Joseph Allen died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 19, 1923; he was 79.

On February 11, 1868 Joseph Allen married Margaret McKEE, in Marion County, Indiana.

They had the following children:

i. Clarence. Clarence was born on March 25, 1869.

On November 30, 1898 Clarence married Bird SARGENT.

ii. Walter Steele. Walter Steele was born on January 19, 1874.

On December 29, 1911 Walter Steele married Lillian McELWRATH.

iii. Mary J. Mary J. died in Allisonville, Indiana.

Notes for MARY J. NESBITT:

NESBITOLOGY

Newsletters 1-5

Otis B. Nesbit

Nesbitt/Nisbet Society, United Kingdom

Publication No. 10

Cambridge

1995

Miss Mary J. Nesbit of Allisonville, Indiana wrote she was pleased to have the letter and appreciated it very much. She is a descendant of William Nesbit of Millersburg., Ky. Her father Joseph A. was the village doctor there for many years. Evan Woollen Sr. has a fine home in the land of his ancestor John Nesbit purchased from the government. A newspaper carried the story recently that Mr. Evan Woollen Jr. had lost an eye as the result of an auto accident in the Southern route to attend a meeting at Yale. This family is one of the best in Indiana.

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February 12, 1936.

Dear Cousin Otis,

Your letter of January 16th received and I want to thank you for offering in any way you can help my daughter get a position as Music Supervisor in case she is let out at Hartford City, Ind. because of the 'Tenure Law'. Had a letter from her stated she expected to learn her fate soon and if she was not accepted as a tenure she would write to Mr. M.E. Snyder, Director of Music in Gary. I rather fear she is hoping against hope as the policy of the Hartford Board has been to drop a teacher no matter how good, rather than let them become tenures. She has worked hard for the music in the schools there; planned her work well and has insisted on the teachers giving the lessons she assigned so that practically all the pupils above the sixth grade can read music; she has the credit of improving the music in the Sunday Schools and the churches and she is popular with the children and the patrons.

When returning from Anderson last September we called on Miss Mary Nesbit at Allisonville; had a very pleasant visit with her. She said she has a cousin living in Borbon (Bourbon ?) County, Kentucky, that had looked up records on her family but had not gotten in touch with her to ask for her records or rather a copy of them. The only record I have ever found out about them is this -- 'That on August 20, 1798 William Nesbit of Borbon County, Ky, sold a farm to John Mears in Huntington Twp., Wesmoreland Co., Pa., Record: Vol. 4, page 88, Grantee Book of Westmoreland Co. This seems to indicate that Wm. Nesbet, is possibly the father of the names you mention, William, Jeremiah, Samuel, Thomas, Nathan and Robert, but this is only conjecture. It would seem to indicate that Wm. Nesbet had moved from Westmoreland Co., Pa. to Boboun Co., Ky, and later sold his farm in Westmoreland Co., just as my grandfather John Nesbit and great-grandfather, Wm. Nisbet sold their farms in Fairfield Twp. Westmoreland Co., Pa., after moving to Summit Co., Ohio as the records at Greensburgh, Pa. show.

On Oct. 28, 1933 I received a letter from Attorney A.G. Nesbit, Henry W. Oliver Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. sending me a copy of a letter written 70 years ago by Robert Nesbitt who was at the time of writing, 76 years old, giving what he knew about the Nesbit family in the U.S.A. I made several copies and I think I sent you one; but have only one left. Robert speaks of the family coming from Scotland and Northern Ireland, says one branch settled in Washington Co., Maryland, some of whom came to Hagerstown and that Johnathan was a member of the Legislature. He says that his family settled at Westoreland Co., Pa. His father's name was James and his brothers were John, Johnathan, Nathaniel and Allen. These names run through the family until we lose all knowledge of their relationship. I saw the records of the land bought and sold in West- Moreland Co. Pa. at Greensburg by John Nesbitt 1796, James Nesbitt 1796, John Nesbit 1818, Nathaniel Nesbit 1818. John Nobel Nesbit 1829 and Wm. Nesbit, Borbon Co., 1798. There seems to have been three different families of Nesbit who settled in Westmoreland Co., Pa. in different twps., but possibly all were related. I think my grand-father came there to get a grant of land as a soldier in the Revolution.

I have a very interesting letter from Mrs. Blanche Hartman connecting the Nesbits with the Royal family of Scotland who descended from Sir Alexander Nisbet. I would loan you if you cared to see it and make a copy.

When I was a boy of seven I had a school teacher by the name of John Berry, he was lame in one limb, it was a country school near Bloomington, Indiana. He gave me a little book at the close of school I still have, but I was not always in his favor. I remember him giving me the only whipping I ever received in school for not coming back in school as promptly as I should when he had excused me. He had a rod over the black board and before whipping me he said ";Johnny I will have to give you a little beech tea";. So he led me up in front of the scholars and began to apply it to my legs. I danced around and cried like he was killing me, so only got half a dozen around my legs.

I knew there was a Nesbit from Illinois who was a member of Congress a few years ago; think he was a labor leader, but I did not know there was a Nesbit in the White House. Hon. Scott Nesbit who belongs to our family was Assistant U.S. Treasurer under President Cleveland: he is now deceased. I called on him at Cairo Hotel, Washington D.C. while he was living; he was a gracious and fine man. He had a cousin who was a noted insurance man and planned the insurance system used by the U.S. government during the World War. His name was Charles F. Nesbit, he lived and died in Washington where his father, a lawyer, ran a Real Estate Agency and became wealthy. I have a copy of a book Charles wrote on his branch of the Nesbit family and I believe you have one, and if not, I think you could get one from his son Frank Nesbit, an attorney in Washington D.C. A year ago Frank went to Scotland and visited Berwickshire.

My wife took a severe cold three or four weeks ago and has a severe cough which is somewhat better; but bothers her when she gets up in the mornings. Our little grand-daughter, Miriam, Leonard's only child has been quite sick with tonsillitis, but is better. Aloria, Leonard's wife, had a bad cold; rest all well. Leonard is very busy and Preston's practice has picked up considerably in December and January. He is at Arlington, Texas.

I had only four funerals in 1935 and only one of those in my congregation; but I have had five since first of the year and another tomorrow afternoon with three of the six, members; three of the funerals last week. Two years ago I had thirteen deaths in the congregation, the most in my fourteen years as pastor here.

Give my kindest regards to your wife and daughter. I called on the relative of Mrs. Been and daughter a few days ago. Although 98 years of age she seems to be quite well, but she did not enjoy the cold weather. As soon as the weather gets warmer they expect to go to Cynthiana for a while, and she would like to go back to Kentucky before returning to California.

Very Cordially yours,

John Pratt Nesbit.

Family of Nancy Torrence NESBITT (63) & Ambrose Gore RUDDELL

105. James H. RUDDELL (Nancy Torrence NESBITT5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

James H. married Hannah VINTON.

They had the following children:

i. Almus.

ii. Frank.

Family of Maria Jane NESBITT (64) & Henry Bloomfield EVANS

106. Mary Allen EVANS (Maria Jane NESBITT5, John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mary Allen was born in Marion County, Indiana, on October 27, 1841. Mary Allen died in Indianapolis, Indiana, on November 12, 1925; she was 84.

On February 5, 1862 Mary Allen married William Weston WOOLLEN, in Indianapolis, Indiana. William Weston was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on May 28, 1838. William Weston died in Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 26, 1921; he was 82.

They had the following children:

i. Maria. Maria was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October 18, 1870.

On March 25, 1906 Maria married Harlow HYDE. Harlow was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 28, 1872.

ii. Evans.

iii. Harry.

Family of James McClure NESBIT (65) & Martha Patton McCLINTOCK

107. Helen NESBIT (James McClure5, John4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Helen married Ora HITE.

They had one child:

i. Maria.

Family of Nancy NESBIT (66) & Oscar James MILLER (74)

108. Horace MILLER (Nancy NESBIT5, Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Horace was born in Kentucky in 1833. Horace died in 1912; he was 79.

On June 10, 1956 Horace married Amelia FICKLEN. Amelia was born in 1839. Amelia died in 1893; she was 54.

They had one child:

129 i. Acsah Van Dyke

Family of Evaline Jane MILLER (70) & John A. MILLER

109. James Horace MILLER (Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

James Horace married Mahala Frances BRADLEY.

They had the following children:

i. Eva Lee.

ii. Mary Alice.

Mary Alice married Thomas PRESTON.

iii. William Bruce. William Bruce was born in 1856.

110. Robert A. Kendrick MILLER (Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Robert A. Kendrick married Frankie JONES.

They had one child:

i. Naomi.

Naomi married Sterling COOPER.

111. Jane “Jennie” Emily MILLER (Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

On February 17, 1866 Jane “Jennie” Emily married Bruce CHAMP.

BRUCE CHAMP,33 Editor; P. O. Paris; was born near Millersburg, and spent his early life upon the farm. Upon the 9th of Jilly, 1861, he enlisted in the 2d Ky. Infantry, Company F, Capt. Harvey McDowell, and Colonel Roger Hanson.. He was captured at Fort Donelson, at the surrender of the garrison and sent to Camp Morton, and escaped after a short confinement; returning to the service, he attached himself temporarily to Gen'l Morgan's command; two days later he was in the engagement at Hartsville, Tenn., in which his Infantry Reg. took part. After the battle he joined his old command, and with that took part in the battles of Stone River, Jackson, Miss., Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Buzzard's Roost Gap, Resaca, and at Dallas, Ga., where he was captured in May, 1864, and sent to Rock Island, where he remained until the close of the war, when he returned home and engaged in farming. He was married Feb. 17, 1866, to Miss Jennie E. Miller, daughter of John A. Miller; by her he has had four children, two of whom died in infancy. Those living are Walter T., born Sept. 6, 1868, and W. Swift, Nov. 22d, 1876. In 1870 Mr. Champ left the farm and went to Millersburg, where he engaged in mercantile pursuits, in which he was unfortunate after a continuance of about four years. He then engaged in job printing until the organization of the firm of Champ & Roby, early in 1881, as editors and proprietors of the Bourbon News. Soon after it fell into the hands of Mr. Champ. He continued this publication until early in March, 1882, when he moved his office to Paris, and began the publication of a semi-weekly.

They had the following children:

i. Walter T. Walter T. was born on September 6, 1868.

130 ii. W. Swift (1876-)

112. Oscar William MILLER (Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Oscar William first married Mattie HUTCHINSON. Mattie died before 1886.

On July 1, 1886 Oscar William second married Tommy C. TURNER.

They had one child:

131 i. Mattie C. (1887-1966)

Family of Martha “Patsy” MILLER (72) & William Frazier BAKER

113. Jane BAKER (Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jane was born in 1830.

Jane married William PURNELL. William was born in 1825.

They had the following children:

i. Adella. Adella was born in 1860.

Adella married John Samuel BAKER.

132 ii. Thomas

133 iii. Mattie

iv. Kate. Kate died on August 18, 1898.

134 v. John

135 vi. Joseph

vii. Julius.

114. Jo Ann BAKER (Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jo Ann was born in 1830.

Jo Ann married Ward McKIM. Ward was born in 1825.

They had the following children:

i. Mattie. Mattie was born in 1855.

Mattie married Joseph SALLEE.

ii. William Frazier.

115. Miller BAKER (Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Miller married January FORSYTHE.

They had the following children:

i. Alexander Thomas.

ii. Robert B.

iii. Joel H.

116. James Horatio BAKER (Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Children:

i. James Oscar.

ii. William Thomas.

iii. Mattie.

iv. Jennie.

Jennie married William BURDINE.

v. Fannie.

vi. Jo Ann.

vii. Robert.

Family of Louisa Jane MILLER (73) & William Elisha McCLELLAND

117. Robert Miller McCLELLAND (Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Miller was born in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on September 6, 1822.

ROBERT MILLER McCLELLAND,34 farmer; P. O. Millersburg; proprietor of Silver Spring Farm; was born Sept. 6, 1822. His father was William McClelland, born .Jan. 1, 1800; died June 26, 1864; was the eldest son of Robert McClelland, who was a son of William McClelland, one of the original settlers of Millersburg. Robert was brought when a child to Kentucky ; married his cousin, Louisa Miller, daughter of Robert Miller, the eldest child of John Miller, the founder of of Millersburg. Robert Miller, born in 1780, is said to be the first male child born in the State. Mr. McClelland is the eldest of a large family; his father also, the first of a large family, by Robert McClelland. He received a very limited education, being started out by his father at thirteen years of age in the business of trading, which he followed for eighteen years, driving stock of all kinds to South Carolina and Georgia. May 22, 1849, he was married to Miss Frances Suggett, a native of Scott County, and daughter of Louis and Frances (Cason) Suggett, who were from Virginia, but among the earliest and most prominent families of Scott County. By this marriage he had two children, both of whom died in infancy; the mother died June 9, 1859, in Missouri, where he had moved in the fall of 1858. In August after the death of his wife, he returned to Kentucky, and November 5, 1861, was married to Fanny Taylor, daughter of Stark and Elizabeth (McClane) Taylor, the parents of whom were among the early settlers of Fayette County, from Virginia. Mr. McClelland, by this marriage, had nine children, eight of whom are living; they are: Fatie, born Sept. 18, 1862; Claude, Jan. 28, 1864; Alice, Feb. 8, 1866; Julia, Dec. 22, 1867; Elisha, Dec. 20, 1868; Fannie, Feb. 11, 1871; Robert, Sept. 1, 1872, died March 10, 1874; Beautie, June 5, 1875; infant, July 15, 1880. Mr. McClelland is engaged in a general agriculture and stock raising; is a member of the Baptist Church, in which he has hold the office of Church Clerk for twenty years; is a liberal giver of his means to the support of schools and churches, meriting the respect which he has of the people of his community.

On May 22, 1849 Robert Miller first married Frances SUGGETT, daughter of Louis SUGGETT & Frances CASON. Frances was born in Scott County, Kentucky. Frances died on June 9, 1859 in Missouri.

On November 5, 1861 Robert Miller second married Fannie TAYLOR, daughter of Stark TAYLOR & Elizabeth McCLANE.

They had the following children:

i. Fatie. Fatie was born on September 18, 1862.

ii. Claude. Claude was born on January 28, 1864.

iii. Alice. Alice was born on February 8, 1866.

iv. Julia. Julia was born on December 22, 1867.35

v. Elisha. Elisha was born on December 20, 1868.

vi. Fannie. Fannie was born on February 11, 1871.

vii. Robert. Robert was born on September 1, 1872. Robert died on March 10, 1874; he was 1.

viii. Beautie (Beauty) Jane. Beautie (Beauty) Jane was born on June 5, 1875.

118. Jane E. McCLELLAND (Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).23 Jane E. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1825. Jane E. died in St. Louis, Missouri, after 1904; she was 79.

On February 4, 1847 Jane E. married John Clark MILLER (52) , son of William MILLER (34) (August 23, 1789-May 3, 1847) & Margaret McCLINTOCK (20) (November 19, 1789-June 9, 1859), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John Clark was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1826. John Clark died in St. Louis, Missouri, in December 1864; he was 38.

They had one child:

99 i. William McClelland (1850-)

119. Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND (Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha Ann Randolph was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1832. Martha Ann Randolph died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, on December 28, 1907; she was 75.

On September 23, 1852 Martha Ann Randolph married William Henry Harrison PIPER, son of Col. Israel Hyman PIPER (1810-April 1898) & Parmelia Jane PORTER (1812-1881), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Henry Harrison was born in Carlisle, Nicholas County, Kentucky, in 1831. William Henry Harrison died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in August 1867; he was 36.

They had the following children:

136 i. Bettie Jane (1853-1908)

137 ii. Verena (1861-1913)

iii. Robert Valentine. Robert Valentine was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1863. Robert Valentine died in Kansas City, Missouri, in September 1923; he was 60.

Robert Valentine married Ellen WHITE. Ellen was born in 1875. Ellen died in 1964; she was 89.

138 iv. Martha Henry (1868-1942)

139 v. Louisa (1856-1936)

vi. William Clark. William Clark was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1860. William Clark died in Kansas City, Missouri, on September 8, 1918; he was 58. William Clark was buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

William Clark married Virginia BARRETT.

vii. Israel H. Israel H. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1865. Israel H. died in New York City, New York, on December 26, 1934; he was 69.

On November 29, 1911 Israel H. married Ida Mae VANDERLYN.

120. Adella McCLELLAND (Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Adella was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1837.

On December 8, 1854 Adella married Joseph William MILLER (77) , son of Joseph MILLER (33) (January 17, 1788-1853) & Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND (November 17, 1792-). Joseph William was born in 1835. Joseph William died in 1887; he was 52.

JOSEPH W. MILLER,28 magistrate in Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg; was born Dec. 26, 1835, to Joseph Miller; who was born Jan. 17, 1788, and was the third son of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; he born Sep. 21, 1752, died Sept. 5, 1815; he was born in Carlisle, Pa., and emigrated to Kentucky and located the land on which Millersburg now stands; soon after he returned to Cumberland County, Pa., and married Ann McClintock, and returned with his wife to Kentucky. Beneath the monument in the beautiful cemetery at Millersburg, repose the remains of both. Joseph Miller was married Dec. 28, 1809, to Polly McKee ; she a daughter of Paddy McKee, one of the first merchants of Millersburg, and died Dec. 18, 1810, without issue. His second marriage was upon May 22, 1814, to Patsey O. E. McClelland, who was born Nov. 17, 1792 ; she a daughter of Col. James McClelland (born in 1775, died July 7, 1833 ; was six times married, and died a Judge upon the bench, in Boone County, Mo.); son of William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came, to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone, now Maysville, soon after coming down the ";Old Buffalo Trace"; to the Irish Station. He had eight children, viz: Elizabeth (see Bryan hist.), James A., Martha Jane, John M., Mary, Hunt, and Joseph Woodson, who died in infancy, and Joseph W., the subject of this sketch. Only the oldest and youngest are now living, and with John M., who has two daughters residing at Caanan, O., are the only ones who have heirs. Joseph W. in his earlier life engaged in merchantile business with his father, who was one of the most energetic and prominent men of the Blue Grass region at that date, and spent about thirty-two years of his life in active business; he died in 1853, at the age of sixty-six years; his sons, John M. and Joseph W. took the stock and continued the business until the year 1860, when the latter disposed of his interest in the concern, and the death of his brother James, who was a bachelor and owner of what is now the White Distillery, at Paris, occurring about that time, he was made administrator of the estate, and was compelled to make numerous trips through the South in the interest of his brother's estate, during the hottest times of the Rebellion. He subsequently engaged in farming, and later in merchandising, until the year 1870, since which time he has kept a hotel at Maysville, and acted as agent for the Maysville and Lexington Rail Road, before the sale of the same to the Kentucky Central Company. He has been twice elected to a magistracy, which position he now holds. He is a member of the Masonic Order. He had five children; three died in infancy; they are William, James A., Lizzie B., Mattie, and Elisha.

They had the following children:

i. William.

ii. James A.

iii. Elisha.

Family of Orris James MILLER (75) & Nancy Jane VARNON

121. James T MILLER (Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James T was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on November 5, 1834. James T died on September 15, 1908; he was 73.

On May 2, 1855 James T married Martha BAKER, daughter of Robert E. BAKER & Rachel GRIFFITH (about 1806-February 10, 1869), in Calloway Co Mo.16 Martha was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on April 2, 1838. Martha died in Callaway County, Missouri, on January 8, 1915; she was 76. Martha was buried in White Cloud Cemetery.

They had one child:

i. Orris J. Orris J was born in Calloway Co Mo, on April 1, 1866.36

122. Alvin William MILLER (Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Alvin William was born in Millersburg, Callaway County Mo., on October 5, 1836. Alvin William died in Callaway County MO, on March 25, 1921; he was 84. Fulton Telegraph and Gazette Newspapers, Callaway County Newspaper, death reports. Kenneth Weant., , Gazette, 31 Mar 1921.

1860 Callaway Co. census, in father's household. Thomas Baker nextdoor.

1870 Callaway Co. census, with wife Elizabeth, children Orris and Wm.R, and Martha Baker, age 28. Twin sister of Elizabeth, in household ofThomas Baker, 1860.

1880 Callaway Co census, Miller, A. W, 43; Elizabeth, 38; Orris H.18;William R, 11; Annie L, 9; Elizabeth J, 7; Cassie W, 3; Mattie L, 5mos.

1882 supposedly in Cooper Co, where Albert Thomas born. Was he born inCooper?

On October 4, 1866 Alvin William first married Elizabeth (Betty) BAKER37, daughter of Thomas BAKER (May 24, 1803-November 28, 1869) & Ann ADAIR (about 1808-), in Callaway Co MO.38 Elizabeth (Betty) was born in Callaway County Mo., on June 19, 1842. Elizabeth (Betty) died in Callaway County Mo., on August 5, 1905; she was 63.

They had the following children:

i. Alice D. Alice D. was born in MO on September 14, 1867. Alice D. died on July 20, 1868; she was <1.

ii. William R. William R. was born on June 8, 1869.

iii. Annie Lee. Annie Lee was born on January 21, 1871.

iv. Elizabeth Jane. Elizabeth Jane was born on August 18, 1872. Elizabeth Jane died before 1929; she was 56.

About 1892 Elizabeth Jane married CUNNINGHAM.

v. James T. James T. was born on October 28, 1874. James T. died on December 23, 1875; he was 1.

vi. Cassandra W. Cassandra W. was born on November 12, 1876.

lived in Rocheport, MO after 1903

Cassandra W. married Ed HERN.

vii. Mattie Lou. Mattie Lou was born on December 31, 1879.

140 viii. Albert Turner (1882-1956)

On September 13, 1860 Alvin William second married Deberah C BAKER, in Boone Co MO. Record at Boone County Courthouse, have copy of register page., Deberah died 17 Sept 1864, . Deberah C was born on November 8, 1841. Deberah C died in Boone Co MO, on September 17, 1864; she was 22.

They had the following children:

i. Orris H. Orris H was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on August 21, 1861. Orris H died in Spokane Falls, WA, on August 17, 1890; he was 28.

ii. Joshua E. Joshua E was born on December 18, 1863. Joshua E died on February 21, 1864; he was <1.

Family of Elizabeth A. W. MILLER (76) & George W. BRYAN Sr.

123. George W. BRYAN Jr. (Elizabeth A. W. MILLER5, Joseph4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). George W. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 19, 1848. Occupation: Lawyer And Farmer.

GEORGE W. BRYAN,39 lawyer and Police Judge of Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg. The Bryan family, as settlers of Bryan's Station, and from their close connection by marriage with Daniel Boone, bore no unimportant part in the early history of Kentucky. Daniel Boone, in 1755, when about twenty years of age, married Rebecca Bryan, whose family, as well as Boone's, were living at that time near Wilkesboro, N. C. On Sept. 25, 1774, Boone with his family emigrated to the country which he had previously (in 1769) explored as far as the Kentucky River, and thither Morgan, James, William and Joseph Bryan, brothers of Boone's wife, shortly followed with their famihes. They shared with the other adventurous spirits all the dangers and hardships to which they were subject. In 1779, with emigrants principally from North Carolina, these four brothers settled the Bryan Station neighborhood, and built the fort that is now historic. It would require much space to recount the narrow escapes of these famihes from the murderous tomahawks of the lurking, skulking savages, or the personal deeds of prowess and heroism and the struggles and privations of these brave men and women. From Joseph Bryan are descended the family now residing in Fayette County. This branch spell their name with a ";t,"; and in this way Bryan’s Station has been and is improperly called Bryant's Station. From Morgan Bryan are the Bourbon County family; he was born May 20, 1729, and married MaryForbes. From this marriage sprang George Bryan, sr., who fought in the Revolutionary war, and at the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. He emigrated with his father from North Carolina, and was married in the fort at Bryan's Station to Elizabeth Neal Rogers, in May, 1780, being the first marriage solemnized in the State of Kentucky. Roasted corn was handed around to the wedding guests in lieu of cake, and mush and milk took the place of ices on this and similar occasions. He was married a second time fifty years later, to Mrs. Cassandra Miller, and died upon the 22d day of November, 1845, in Springfield, Ill. A singular incident concerning Mr. Bryan’s life is the fact that he suffered from a severe attack of whooping cough when over eighty years of age. To his wife, Mary, was born William S., March 17, 1785, at Bryan's Station. He was one of the first settlers of the City of Paris, where he spent the greater part of his life. He was by occupation a saddler and harness-maker, and amassed quite a fortune by strict attention to business. ";Uncle Billy,"; as he was familiarly called by his acquaintances, was always ready to assist a friend in need, and at his death the majority of his estate had gone to pay surety debts. He married Judith Field, Jan. 25, 1811, and to them were born three sons: William H, Geo. W. and Robt. T., and a daughter, Eliza; Wm. H., the eldest son, married a Miss Bartlett, of Louisville, Ky.; by her he had two daughters-Blanche and Florence. He was a merchant in New York, Millersburg, Louisville, and Chicago, where he now resides with his family; Eliza became the wife of Frank Tucker, of Bourbon County, and died without issue shortly after marriage; Robt. T., the youngest son, graduated in the classical department of Bethany College, Va., in 1844, and in the medical department of the University of New York in 1848. He married a Miss Kenney, of Bourbon County, in 1849; by her he had one son, Robt. K., a dentist by profession, in Georgetown; he married a second time in 1853, to a Miss Mary E. Offutt, of Fayette County; by her he had three children: Frank, who is associated with his father in the practice of medicine at Georgetown, Ky.; George and Ella, who married Wm. S. Rogers, of Fayette County; George W. Bryan, the second son of Wm. S. Bryan, was born Aug. 23, 1815, and married Elizabeth A. W. Miller, Jan. 15, 1839; he was a merchant in New York and Millersburg, principally in the latter place; he identified himself and his interests with the house of his adoption, and after a useful and an honorable career, died of Asiatic cholera on the 8th of Aug., 1849. He had three children; the two older died young; Geo. W., the youngest, was born July 19, 1848: he graduated in the classical department of the Kentucky Wesleyan College, in 1869, and the law department of Columbia College, New York, in 1872; he is a lawyer by profession; has been elected Police Judge of his native town (Millersburg) three consecutive terms. He has twice traveled over the European countries. He and family are the only representatives of their branch of the Bryan family in Bourbon County. He was married to Miss Mary E. Owens, daughter of Charles and Eliza J. Owens, on the 13th day of October, 1868.

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The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio: J. M. Armstrong & Company, 1878; New Material Copyright by the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1980, pp. 113-114

BRYAN, GEORGE W., Lawyer and Farmer, was born July 19, 1848, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. He was the youngest of three children, and his parents were George W. and Elizabeth A. W. (Miller) Bryan, both natives of the same county. His father was a merchant, and died in 1849. His grandfather, Joseph W. Miller, was also a merchant of Bourbon County. He spent most of his boyhood in school, and received a fine education. He graduated in the Kentucky Wesleyan University, at Millersburg, in 1869; and, in 1870, entered the Columbia Law School of New York City, where he graduated in 1872. In the Fall of that year, he was admitted to the bar in Bourbon County, and at once entered on the practice of his profession at Paris, still residing in Millersburg. He is a Democrat in politics. Religiously, he is connected with the Methodist Church. Mr. Bryan was married, October 13, 1868, to Miss Mollie E. Owen, a native of Scott County, and daughter of Charles Owen, a farmer of that county.

On October 13, 1868 George W. married Mary Jane OWENS, daughter of Charles OWENS & Eliza Jane TUCKER.

They had one child:

i. Charles.

Family of James McClure MILLER (78) & Rachel A. J. HITT

124. Mattie A. MILLER (James McClure5, Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

On February 16, 1875 Mattie A. married R. P. MILAM, son of William MILAM & Charlotte COTHRAN (-1864). R. P. was born on December 2, 1844.

R. P. MILAM,29 farmer; Millersburg; son of W. P. and Charlotte (Cothran) Milam, both natives of South Carolina, now residents of Cartersville, Ga.; was an extensive cotton planter, and trader in the north before the war; he was a son of William Milam, an extensive planter in South Carolina at an early date; both the Milam and Cothran ancestry were from Ireland. W. P. by his marriage with Charlotte Cothran, had two children, Rosa, born Aug. 19, 1840, now the wife of Dr. W. L. Kirkpatrick, of Cartersville, Ga.; and R. P., born Dec. 2, 1844; the mother died in the fall of 1864, after which the father was married to Miss Sally Newel, of Harrison County, Ky., in 1866, having by her the following children : Hugh N., Willie G., Ruby and Pearl twin daughters. The subject of this sketch entered the State Univeritity at Athena, Ga., in 1859, where he remained until in the. fall of 1860, when he enlisted in Company K, 14th Ga. Reg. of Infantry, under Capt. T. F. Jones, Col. C. V. Brunby commanding; here he served for a considerable time. In the spring of 1864 was transferred to the 16th Ga. Reg. Cavalry, Col. S. J. Winn, of Lawrenceville, Ga., under Gens. Lee and Jackson, engaging in numerous contests in Virginia; was wounded at Malvern Hill, after the recovery of which he was transferred; engaging in active duty as Quartermaster of his regiment. At the close of the war he began publishing the Cartersville Express at that place, adopting the name of the paper published there before the war by S. H. Smith, who became the. partner of Mr. Milam. In 1867, Mr. Milam disposed of his interest in the paper to his partner and came to Bourbon County, where he married, Nov. 29, of that year, to Sally E. McClintock, who died the following July. Was married Feb. 16, 1875. to Mattie A. Miller, daughter of James McClure Miller. They have two children, Lucille, born March 12, 1876; John McClintock, Jan. 27, 1881. They are members ofthe M. E. Church, South.

They had the following children:

i. Lucille. Lucille was born on March 12, 1876.

ii. John McClintock. John McClintock was born on January 27, 1881.

125. Dr. William McClelland MILLER (James McClure5, Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William McClelland was born in 1850. William McClelland died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 22, 1918; he was 68. William McClelland was buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

WILLIAM MCCLURE MILLER, M. D.40,41--On other pages of this work is entered detailed record concerning the Miller family, which was founded in Bourbon county, Kentucky, prior to the war of the Revolution, by Major John Miller, in whose honor the thriving little city of Millersburg received its name. Of this honored family whose name has been indissolubly and prominently identified with the development and up-building of this favored section of the Bluegrass state, Dr. Miller is a worthy scion, and as one of the representative physicians and surgeons of his native county, as well as by reason of his high status as a business man and influential citizen, it is imperative as a matter of consistency that in this volume be incorporated a brief review of his career. For adequate data concerning the family history ready reference may be made the article previously mentioned, the same, pearing under the indexed title of the ";Family.";

Dr. William McClure Miller, who is engaged in the practice of his profession in Millersburg and who is president of the Exchange Bank of this city, was born near Millersburg, Bourbon county, Kentucky, on the 6th of October, 1849, and is a son of James M. and Rachel A. J. (Hitt) Miller, whose marriage was solemnized in Bourbon county in the year 1843. James M. Miller was born in this county, on the 14th of January, 1823, and his wife was here ushered into the world on the 27th of March, 1825. James M. Miller was a son of Alexander S. Miller, who was born in Bourbon county, on the 5th of May, 1796, and who here continued to reside until the close of his long and useful life, which came to its end on the 6th of January, 1870. Alexander S. Miller married Miss Martha Harris, who was born in Bourbon county on the 5th of February, 1801, and whose death here occurred on the 8th of July, 1854. Alexander S. Miller was one of the successful agriculturists and representative citizens of his native county, and was influential in connection with public affairs of a local order. He was a son of Major John Miller, the founder of the family in Kentucky, and concerning the latter due mention is made in the previously noted record concerning the family.

Soon after their marriage James M. Miller and his wife settled on the old Hitt homestead, three miles south of Millersburg, this having been the birthplace of Mrs. Miller. On this finely improved farm, eligibly situated on the Maysville and Lexington Pike, James M. Miller continued to be actively engaged in farming and stock-growing for many years, and no citizen holds more secure place in popular confidence and esteem. He was a man of sterling character and strong intellectuality and his influence and tangible cooperation were given to those measures and enterprises tending to conserve and advance the best interests of the community. He was a staunch advocate of the principles and policies of the Democratic party, and both he and his wife were zealous members of the Methodist church. He passed to his reward on the 27th of August, 1881, and his cherished and devoted wife survived him by nearly a quarter of a century, having been summoned to the life eternal on the 19th of September, 1904; her memory is revered by all who came within the sphere of her gracious and kindly influence. James M. and Rachel A. J. (Hitt) Miller became the parents of eight children, concerning whom the following brief data are given: Miss Mary Mac is living in Atlanta, Georgia; John A. died when 59 years, while living in Atlanta, Georgia, where his family still lives--wife and three daughters and one son; Dr. William McClure, whose name initiates tlais article, was the next in order of birth; Henry Bascom is a resident of Atlanta, Georgia, where he is engaged in drug business; Martha is wife of R. P. Milam, of Atlanta; Raymond is a ranchman by vocation and resides in Colorado, near Pueblo; and Robert L. is living in Dublin, Georgia, in the furniture and undertaking business.

Dr. William McClure Miller, who is of the fourth generation in line of direct descent from Major John Miller, was reared on the home farm and under its sturdy and invigorating discipline he waxed strong in mental and physical powers. After duly availing himself of the advantages of the common schools of the locality and period he continued his higher studies in the Kentucky Weslyan College in Millersburg. With such excellent academic training as a basis for technical discipline he finally entered the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, in the city of Philadelphia, in which institution he completed the prescribed course and was graduated as a member of the class of 1870. In the following year, shortly after attaining his legal maority, he engaged in the drug business in Millersburg, where he successfully continued operations in this line of enterprise for fully a quarter of a century, during which he maintained prestige as one of the representative business men of the thriving little city of which his honored ancestor was the founder. His predilection for the medical profession had been fortified by his former technical training and by his long experience in the drug business, and finally he determined to prepare himself for that profession. He entered the Ohio Medical College in the city of Cincinnati, where he completed the regular course of study and in this excellent institution he was graduated as the member of the class of 1889, duly receiving his well-earned degree of Doctor of Medicine. To fortify himself still further for the exacting and responsible work of his chosen profession, the Doctor went to London, England, soon after his graduation, and in that great metropolis he completed an effective post-graduate course in the year 1890. In 1894 he also took a course in the New York Post-Graduate School of Medicine, and during the intervening years, through careful study and investigation, with resource to the best of standard and periodical literature of his profession, he has kept in close touch with the advances made in both medicine and surgery, the while his success in his professional work has been on a parity with his recognized ability, through which he has built up and maintained a large and essentially representative practice. He has been continuously engaged in the practice of his profession in Millersburg since the time of his graduation, and here he has ministered with all of devotion and much of skill in the alleviation of human suffering, the while he is held in affectionate regard by the many families he has thus served in his humane and noble mission. He is a member of the Bourbon County Medical Society, the Kentucky State Medical Society and the American Medical Association, and for nearly forty years he has been affiliated with Amity Lodge, No. 40, Free & Accepted Masons, in Millersburg, of which body he has thrice served as worshipful master. He and his wife hold membership in the Methodist Episcopal church, South, and his political allegiance is given to the Democratic party, in whose faith he was reared. Mr. Miller is intrinsically joyal, progressive and public-spirited in his civic attitude and gives his support to all objects and measures that are projected for the best interests of his home city and county.

Dr. Miller has been twice married. On the 25th of April, 1883, was solemnized his union to Miss Martha Hutchcraft, who was born and reared in Bourbon county and who was the daughter of the late James Hutchcraft, a well-known citizen of this section of the state. Mrs. Miller passed to eternal rest on the 27th of March, 1903, having borne no children. On the 29th of January, 1906, Dr. Miller was united in marriage to Miss Alice Hart, who was born in Chicago, Illinois, and who is a daughter of Dr. Charles F. and Anna (Hutchcraft) Hart, both of whom were born in Kentucky and both of whom are now deceased. Dr. and Mrs. Miller have two sons, William McClure, Jr., who was born November 17, 1906, and Charles Hart, who was born on the 16th of May, 1908. Dr. and Mrs. Miller are prominent in connection with the leading social activities of Millersburg and their home is one notable for its gracious hospitality.

On April 25, 1883 William McClelland first married Martha Clay “Mattie” HUTCHCRAFT, daughter of James HUTCHCRAFT (January 1800-May 11, 1863) & Eliza WILLIAMS (September 22, 1812-May 18, 1881), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha Clay “Mattie” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 26, 1853. Martha Clay “Mattie” died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, on April 3, 1903; she was 50. Martha Clay “Mattie” was buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On January 29, 1906 William McClelland second married Eliza Allin “Allie” HART, daughter of Dr. Charles Fielding HART (1828-1884) & Anna Eliza HUTCHCRAFT (August 1835-October 12, 1901), in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Eliza Allin “Allie” was born in Chicago, Illinois, on June 23, 1874. Eliza Allin “Allie” died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on February 21, 1972; she was 97. Eliza Allin “Allie” was buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. William McClure. William McClure was born in 1906. William McClure died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1932; he was 26.

141 ii. Charles Hart

Family of William McClelland MILLER (82) & Susan J. COLLIER

126. Charles Alexander MILLER (William McClelland5, Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

On June 5, 1878 Charles Alexander married Louisa PIPER (139) , daughter of William Henry Harrison PIPER (1831-August 1867) & Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND (119) (1832-December 28, 1907). Louisa was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1856. Louisa died in 1936; she was 80.

They had the following children:

i. Karl. Karl was born in 1880.

ii. William. William was born in 1885.

iii. James. James was born in 1890.

Family of Elizabeth Ann PATTON (89) & William LAYSON

127. Jane Alice LAYSON (Elizabeth Ann PATTON5, Hugh4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

In 1874 Jane Alice married Oscar R. RANKIN. Occupation: Organizer.

They had one child:

142 i. Annie

Seventh Generation

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Family of Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr McCLINTOCK (95) & Dr. Charles Norris FITHIAN

128. Edward Warfield FITHIAN (Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr McCLINTOCK6, John Thomas5, Alexander F.4, Joseph3, Joseph2, William1). Edward Warfield was born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in May 1896. Edward Warfield died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 22, 1935; he was 38. Edward Warfield was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

Children:

i. Edward Bailey.

ii. Owen McClintock.

Family of Horace MILLER (108) & Amelia FICKLEN

129. Acsah Van Dyke MILLER (Horace6, Nancy NESBIT5, Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Acsah Van Dyke married Thomas Pickett TAYLOR.

They had the following children:

i. Horace A.

ii. Thomas Pickett.

Family of Jane “Jennie” Emily MILLER (111) & Bruce CHAMP

130. W. Swift CHAMP (Jane “Jennie” Emily MILLER6, Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). W. Swift was born on November 22, 1876.

Child:

i. Bruce.

Family of Oscar William MILLER (112) & Tommy C. TURNER

131. Mattie C. MILLER (Oscar William6, Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mattie C. was born in 1887. Mattie C. died on April 4, 1966; she was 79.

Mattie C. married Mr. EADES. was born in 1885.

They had one child:

143 i. Joe Kenny (1915-)

Family of Jane BAKER (113) & William PURNELL

132. Thomas PURNELL (Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Thomas married Mattie MILLER.

They had the following children:

144 i. Jennie Mitchell

ii. Bessie T.

iii. Mary Agnes.

iv. Blanche.

133. Mattie PURNELL (Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Mattie married William N. PURNELL.

They had the following children:

i. Mary Eliza. Mary Eliza was born in 1870. Mary Eliza died on April 18, 1915; she was 45.

Mary Eliza married Thomas Nesbit BAKER. Thomas Nesbit was born in 1865.

145 ii. Mattie (1874-)

146 iii. Littleton B. (1881-)

147 iv. Jennie Catherine (1881-)

134. John PURNELL (Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

John married Helen MEYERS.

They had one child:

i. Julius N. Julius N. was born in 1890.

135. Joseph PURNELL (Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Joseph married Dora REYNOLDS.

They had one child:

i. Blanche. Blanche was born in 1889.

Family of Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND (119) & William Henry Harrison PIPER

136. Bettie Jane PIPER (Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Bettie Jane was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1853. Bettie Jane died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, on August 20, 1908; she was 55.

In April 1874 Bettie Jane married John Blair ARMSTRONG, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John Blair was born in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, in 1851. John Blair died in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky, on September 17, 1930; he was 79.

They had the following children:

i. Robert. Robert was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1876. Robert died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1876; he was <1.

ii. UNNAMED. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1877. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, before 1881; he was 4.

148 iii. Christine (1882-1963)

149 iv. Louise Piper (1886-1984)

137. Verena PIPER (Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Verena was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1861. Verena died in Kansas City, Missouri, in April 1913; she was 52.

Verena married Joe HANLEY. Joe was born in 1855.

They had one child:

i. Clarence. Clarence was born in 1886. Clarence died in Franklin, Kentucky, in October 1968; he was 82.

Clarence first married Frances SCARRETT.

Clarence second married Belle DICKEY. Belle died in 1976.

138. Martha Henry PIPER (Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha Henry was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1868. Martha Henry died in New York City, New York, in 1942; she was 74.

In 1899 Martha Henry married William ANDREWS. William was born in 1860.

They had the following children:

i. John. John was born in 1901. John died in Italy before 1991; he was 90.

ii. William. William was born in 1904. William died in Maryland before 1991; he was 87.

150 iii. Henry (1906-1997)

iv. Martha. Martha was born in 1908. Martha died about 1950; she was 42.

139. Louisa PIPER (Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Louisa was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1856. Louisa died in 1936; she was 80.

On June 5, 1878 Louisa married Charles Alexander MILLER (126) , son of William McClelland MILLER (82) (1820-) & Susan J. COLLIER.

They had the following children:

i. Karl. Karl was born in 1880.

ii. William. William was born in 1885.

iii. James. James was born in 1890.

Family of Alvin William MILLER (122) & Elizabeth (Betty) BAKER

140. Albert Turner MILLER (Alvin William6, Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Albert Turner was born in Cooper County MO, on June 18, 1882. Albert Turner died in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on November 23, 1956; he was 74. Albert Turner was buried in Porter Cemetery , Porter Ok.

On 10 MAY 1907 OR 9 JUN 1907 Albert Turner married Mary Priscilla RICE, in Porter OK. Mary Priscilla was born in Millville, Ray County MO, on December 13, 1884. Mary Priscilla died in Coweta, Waggoner County, OK, on February 11, 1966; she was 81. Mary Priscilla was buried in Porter Cemetery, Porter OK, on February 13, 1966; she was 81.

They had the following children:

i. Mary Francis. Mary Francis was born in Porter Waggoner Co OK, on November 14, 1909. Mary Francis was born in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on November 14, 1909. Mary Francis died in Porter, Waggoner Co OK, on August 15, 1912; she was 2. Mary Francis died in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on August 15, 1912; she was 2.

ii. Leafy. Leafy was born in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on August 17, 1913. Leafy died in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on July 13, 1996; she was 82.

Leafy married Clement Norton (Bub) THORNBRUGH. Clement Norton (Bub) died ? 1976 in Coweta, Waggoner Co OK.

151 iii. Jesse Albert (1916-2000)

Family of Dr. William McClelland MILLER (125) & Eliza Allin “Allie” HART

141. Charles Hart MILLER (William McClelland6, James McClure5, Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Charles Hart married Mary ARMSTRONG.

They had the following children:

i. Hart.

ii. Susan.

Family of Jane Alice LAYSON (127) & Oscar R. RANKIN

142. Annie RANKIN (Jane Alice LAYSON6, Elizabeth Ann PATTON5, Hugh4, Margaret McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Annie married GRIMES.

They had the following children:

i. Oscar R.

ii. Alice.

Alice married GRIFFIN.

Eighth Generation

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Family of Mattie C. MILLER (131) & Mr. EADES

143. Joe Kenny EADES (Mattie C. MILLER7, Oscar William6, Evaline Jane5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joe Kenny was born in 1915.

Joe Kenny married Susan C.. Susan C. was born in 1920.

They had the following children:

i. Susan Marie. Susan Marie was born in 1935.

Susan Marie married BOWMAN. was born in 1930.

ii. Kenneth Wade.

iii. Sarah Miller.

Sarah Miller married McCARTHY.

Family of Thomas PURNELL (132) & Mattie MILLER

144. Jennie Mitchell PURNELL (Thomas7, Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Jennie Mitchell married Frank COLLIER.

They had the following children:

i. Bessie Thomas.

ii. Hamlet.

iii. William.

iv. Martha Miller.

v. Joe Purnell.

Family of Mattie PURNELL (133) & William N. PURNELL

145. Mattie PURNELL (Mattie7, Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mattie was born in 1874.

Mattie married June J. PAYNE.

They had one child:

i. George Lewis.

146. Littleton B. PURNELL (Mattie7, Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Littleton B. was born in 1881.

Littleton B. married Gertrude HALL.

They had one child:

i. Rebecca. Rebecca was born in 1901.

147. Jennie Catherine PURNELL (Mattie7, Jane BAKER6, Martha “Patsy” MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jennie Catherine was born in 1881.

Jennie Catherine married Rhenus ALDERMAN. Rhenus was born in 1880.

They had one child:

i. Rhenus Purnell. Rhenus Purnell was born in 1908.

Family of Bettie Jane PIPER (136) & John Blair ARMSTRONG

148. Christine ARMSTRONG (Bettie Jane PIPER7, Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Christine was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1882. Christine died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, on August 25, 1963; she was 81.

On October 2, 1908 Christine married Charles Kearns HELLEBUSH, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. Charles Kearns was born in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, in 1879. Charles Kearns died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, in January 1971; he was 92.

They had the following children:

i. Betty Jane. Betty Jane was born in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, in 1909. Betty Jane died in Boston, Massachusetts, in January 1981; she was 72.

On June 16, 1934 Betty Jane married MacLellan Edgar KING, in New York City, New York. MacLellan Edgar was born in 1897. MacLellan Edgar died in January 1966; he was 69.

ii. Blair Armstrong. Blair Armstrong was born in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, in 1919.

On June 22, 1943 Blair Armstrong married Barbara HYPES. Barbara was born in 1922.

iii. John Clemens. John Clemens was born in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, in 1924. John Clemens died in Pennsylvania on October 16, 1999; he was 75.

On October 2, 1947 John Clemens married Sue ELLITHORP, in Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York.

iv. Charles Kearns. Charles Kearns was born in New York City, New York, in February 1913. Charles Kearns died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, on July 6, 1997; he was 84.

Charles Kearns married Hester GRIFFITH. Hester was born in 1915. Hester died in 1990; she was 75.

149. Louise Piper ARMSTRONG (Bettie Jane PIPER7, Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Louise Piper was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1886. Louise Piper died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, on April 13, 1984; she was 98.

On September 9, 1917 Louise Piper married Lanham Stuart ROBERTSON, in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. Lanham Stuart was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1880. Lanham Stuart died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, on March 3, 1962; he was 82.

They had one child:

i. Jane Armstrong. Jane Armstrong was born in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, in 1924.

On September 29, 1951 Jane Armstrong married John Arthur CARLSON, in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. John Arthur was born in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, in 1922.

Family of Martha Henry PIPER (138) & William ANDREWS

150. Henry ANDREWS (Martha Henry PIPER7, Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND6, Louisa Jane MILLER5, Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Henry was born in 1906. Henry died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, on July 18, 1997; he was 91.

Henry married Clifton DRURY. Clifton was born in 1914. Clifton died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, in May 1998; she was 84.

They had the following children:

i. John. John was born in 1942.

ii. Piper. Piper was born in 1947. Piper died in New York City, New York, in January 1991; he was 44.

Piper married Lynn.

Family of Albert Turner MILLER (140) & Mary Priscilla RICE

151. Jesse Albert MILLER (Albert Turner7, Alvin William6, Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Jesse Albert was born in Porter, Wagoner Co, OK, on February 12, 1916. Jesse Albert was born in Porter, Waggoner County OK., on February 12, 1916. Jesse Albert died in Chireno, Texas, on July 31, 2000; he was 84.

Born in Reuben Myron Rice's house outside Porter, OK.

1917, 14 mos old, moved to Richmond, MO. Stayed until 5 yrs old. 1921

1921-22, moved to Cedar Creek area, outside Coweta, OK. Stayed oneyear.

1923-24 moved to tin shack on Arkansas River, outside Coweta. Attendedschool in Porter.

1928, moved to Genevish (sp?) place, 1/2 mile away from Arkansas R.

c 1930 moved to Guthrie farm near Coweta. 1/2 m N Liberty School

1932, moved to shack on Bruner Place, closer to town. Leafy married.

1934, moved to Verdigris River, NW of Coweta 8-10 miles

1935 moved back to Reuben Rice's place, mother given 25 acres.

1939, worked on WPA project to dam Grand River at Disney, OK. Lived inconverted chicken house.

Had house half built on land near Coweta when highway came through.Had to move house.

1942 moved to South Houston Harris Co, TX.

1954 moved to Clear Lake Shores outside Kemah, Galveston Co TX

1962 moved house to Bacliff, Galveston Co, TX after repairing damagefrom H. Carla

1973 moved to 6 acre tract near Chireno, Nacogdoches Co. TX.

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By Barbara Stancliff - Aug 13, 2000

Jesse Albert Miller, b 12 Feb 1916, to Albert Turner Miller and Mary Priscilla Rice in Porter, OK, died at his home 31 July 2000 in Chireno, TX. He was the ggg grandson of Major John Miller and Ann McClintock through their son John, grandson Orris, g grandson Alvin William and gg grandson Albert Turner Miller. He is survived by his daughter, Barbara Miller Stancliff and a grandson Samuel Christopher Stancliff and g grandchildren Christopher Colin and Courtney Anne Stancliff.

On May 2, 1939 Jesse Albert married Virginia Cleo JERNIGAN, in Muskogee, OK. Virginia Cleo was born in Grand Prairie, Dallas County, TX, on June 8, 1924. Virginia Cleo died in Houston, TX, on April 20, 1985; she was 60. Virginia Cleo was buried in Forest Park, Houston TX, on April 23, 1985; she was 60.

They had one child:

152 i. Barbara Ann (1943-)

Ninth Generation

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Family of Jesse Albert MILLER (151) & Virginia Cleo JERNIGAN

152. Barbara Ann MILLER (Jesse Albert8, Albert Turner7, Alvin William6, Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Barbara Ann was born in Pasadena, Harris Co, TX, on January 12, 1943.

On January 25, 1963 Barbara Ann married Thomas Herman STANCLIFF, in Memphis TN. Thomas Herman was born in Houston TX, on April 6, 1941. They were divorced on November 17, 1975.

They had one child:

153 i. Samuel Christopher (1963-)

Tenth Generation

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Family of Barbara Ann MILLER (152) & Thomas Herman STANCLIFF

153. Samuel Christopher STANCLIFF (Barbara Ann MILLER9, Jesse Albert8, Albert Turner7, Alvin William6, Orris James5, John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Samuel Christopher was born in Kingsville, Kleberg Co, TX, on December 15, 1963. Christened in April 1964 in St Mark's Episcopal Ch, Houston TX.

On July 27, 1985 Samuel Christopher married Dana Elizabeth WILLIAMS, in Houston, Harris Co TX. Dana Elizabeth was born in Houston TX, on September 25, 1963.

They had the following children:

i. Christopher Colin. Christopher Colin was born in Kaneohe, HI, on January 11, 1987. Christened in St. Mark's Episcopal, Houston.

ii. Courtney Anne. Courtney Anne was born in Kaneohe, HI, on August 4, 1988.

Sources

1. David Anderson, “Nesbitts,” December 27, 1999, dandersn@.

Updated, September 10, 2000

2. David Anderson, “Joseph McClintock Genealogy,” May 8, 2000, dandersn@.

3. Kentucky Records, Volume II, BOURBON COUNTY, Abstracts by Jane Clay Kenney, WILLS FROM BOOKS A, B, C, AND D, p. 19.

4. The surname is variously recorded as “NESBIT” and “NESBITT.”

5. Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Certificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission, p. 243; Collins History of Kentucky, Vol. II, p. 326.

6. Kentucky Records, Volume II, BOURBON COUNTY, Abstracts by Jane Clay Kenney, WILLS FROM BOOKS A, B, C, AND D, p. 20.

7. “Marriages by Rev John Linn, Centre Presbyterian Church, Perry (then Cumberland) County PA.”

8. E. Polk Johnson, The History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, Vol. III, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill., 1912, pp. 1243-1245.

9. Nancy O’Malley, Stockading Up, Kentucky Heritage Council, Frankfort Kentucky, revised edition, 1994, pp. 77, 81-82, 85.

10. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 519-520

11. Connie Burkhead genealogy lists death date as October 28, 1835.

12. Connie Burkhead, “The Descendants of James McClure”

13. “Molly Priscilla Rice, Nancy W Scholz, Millers of Millersburg, Dr. Harry M Hyatt, Bourbon Co KY Marriage Bonds, 1786-1835.”

14. Scholz genealogy places death date at 1854.

15. Marriage date, October 16, 1845--Scholz genealogy

16. “Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Sherida K Edelman.”

17. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 514-515

18. “Descendants of John West, Jr,” by Nancy Wright Scholz, 411 S. 24, Quincy, Illinois 62301, chasnan@

19. Leruse Patton places birthdate as 1788.

20. Patton Genealogy, submitted by Leruse Patton, October 27, 2000.

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22. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 518

23. John and Jane Carlson Genealogy, 242 Brooks Avenue, Rochester, New York 14619-2449. Received April 1, 2000.

24. Name changed to “Nesbitt” in John McClure Nesbitt Family Bible.

25. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 481

26. “Millers of Millersburg, Dr. Hyatt.”

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29. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 514

30. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 508

31. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 509

32. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 512-513

33. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 452

34. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 513

35. Carson genealogy lists birth date as 1877.

36. “IGI, pg 18, 738.”

37. “Millers of Millersburg, Dr. Harry M Hyatt, Calloway Co MO Marriage records 1821-1871, Sherida K Edelman.”

38. “unfound. Marriage record exists for Deberah C Baker, 13 September, 1850, Boone County MO. She died 17 Sept. 1864. B. 8 Nov 1841, possible, MO, Source Millers of Millersburg KY, Dr. Henry Hyatt and Nancy Wright, Schulz.”

39. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 502

40. E. Polk Johnson, The History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, Vol. III, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill., 1912, pp. 1245-1246.

41. WhileE. Polk Johnson lists him as William McClure Miller, others report him as William McClelland Miller (“Hutchcrafts in America,” p. 139). Regardless, it is evident that i is the sam man.--REF

Index

?

UNNAMED parent of spouse of 33

Carrie spouse of 99

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 58

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 2

Margery? (~1760 - 1847) parent of spouse of 31

Margery? (~1760 - 1847) parent of spouse of 37

Martha spouse of 4

Martha parent of spouse of 8

Nancy spouse of 1

Rosa V. (1875 - ) spouse of 96

Susan C. (1920 - ) spouse of 143

ADAIR

Ann (~1808 - ) parent of spouse of 122

ALDERMAN

Rhenus (1880 - ) spouse of 147

Rhenus Purnell (1908 - ) child of 147

ALEXANDER

Susan (1749 - ) parent of spouse of 40

AMMON

Elizabeth (1774 - 1831) parent of spouse of 73

Mary “Polly” spouse of 29

Mary “Polly” parent of spouse of 74

Rev. Thomas parent of spouse of 29

ANDERSON

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 29

ANDREWS

Henry (1906 - 1997) 150

John (1901 - <1991) child of 138

John (1942 - ) child of 150

Martha (1908 - ~1950) child of 138

Piper (1947 - 1991) child of 150

William (1860 - ) spouse of 138

William (1904 - <1991) child of 138

ARMSTRONG

UNNAMED (1877 - <1881) child of 136

Christine (1882 - 1963) 148

John Blair (1851 - 1930) spouse of 136

Louise Piper (1886 - 1984) 149

Mary spouse of 141

Robert (1876 - 1876) child of 136

BAKER

Alfonso (~1830 - ) child of 84

Alvin West (1841 - 1885) child of 83

Ann child of 32

Benjamin (1772 - 1846) parent of spouse of 83

Benjamin (1772 - 1846) parent of spouse of 84

Benjamin A. child of 32

Deberah C (1841 - 1864) spouse of 122

Eliza child of 32

Elizabeth child of 32

Elizabeth (~1824 - ) child of 84

Elizabeth (Betty) (1842 - 1905) spouse of 122

Elizabeth H. (1824 - 1877) child of 83

Evaline Eakens (1836 - 1916) child of 83

Fannie child of 116

James (1779 - 1840) spouse of 32

James A. child of 32

James Horatio 116

James Oscar child of 116

Jane (1830 - ) 113

Jane T. child of 32

Jennie child of 116

Jo Ann (1830 - ) 114

Jo Ann child of 116

John (1798 - ) spouse of 84

John Martin child of 32

John Thomas (1830 - 1911) child of 83

Joseph James (1826 - 1880) child of 83

Laura Jane (1843 - 1932) child of 83

Lucinda child of 32

Marquis W. (1839 - 1862) child of 83

Martha (1838 - 1915) spouse of 121

Martin (1740 - 1812) parent of spouse of 32

Martin (1800 - 1855) spouse of 83

Mary child of 32

Mary (~1828 - ) child of 84

Mary Ann Martin (1834 - 1877) child of 83

Mary “Polly” (1780 - ) parent of spouse of 35

Mattie child of 116

Miller 115

Montillion (1832 - 1833) child of 83

Montillus (1832 - 1833) child of 83

Patsy Orr (1838 - 1839) child of 83

Press (~1834 - ) child of 84

Robert child of 72

Robert child of 116

Robert E. parent of spouse of 121

Sallie (~1826 - ) child of 84

Sarah W. child of 32

Thomas (1769 - 1840) parent of spouse of 72

Thomas (1803 - 1869) parent of spouse of 122

Thomas (~1822 - ) child of 84

William Buck (~1832 - ) child of 84

William Frazier (1797 - <1859) spouse of 72

William Miller (1822 - 1912) child of 83

William Thomas child of 116

BEDFORD

Benjamin Franklin Sr. (1830 - 1897) parent of spouse of 93

Benjamin Franklin Jr. (1869 - 1930) spouse of 93

Benjamin Franklin III (1912 - ) child of 93

Henrietta Clay (1916 - ) child of 93

Infant ( - 1910) child of 93

BIRCH

Anna M. (1809 - 1878) spouse of 19

Thomas Erskine Rev. parent of spouse of 19

BLACK

Rachel (~1764 - 1825) parent of spouse of 40

BRADLEY

Mahala Frances spouse of 109

BRADSHAW

Louisa parent of spouse of 45

BROWN

Margaret M. spouse of 47

Sarah parent of spouse of 88

BRYAN

Charles child of 123

George W. Jr. (1848 - ) 123

George W. Sr. (1815 - 1849) spouse of 76

William S. (1785 - ) parent of spouse of 76

BUTLER

Alexander (1832 - ) spouse of 81

James A. (1860 - ) child of 81

Mattie H. (1863 - ) child of 81

Thomas parent of spouse of 81

William Ernst (1861 - ) child of 81

CAMERON

M. G. spouse of 56

CAMRON

Margarett Ann (1848 - ) child of 56

Orvil Morton (1847 - ) child of 56

William (1844 - ) child of 56

CASON

Frances parent of spouse of 117

CATLETT

Catharine parent of spouse of 81

CHAMP

Bruce spouse of 111

Bruce child of 130

W. Swift (1876 - ) 130

Walter T. (1868 - ) child of 111

CHEATHAM

Forman parent of spouse of 45

Marilda (1846 - ) spouse of 45

CHILES

Susannah (1801 - 1862) parent of spouse of 85

CLARK

Miss UNNAMED parent of spouse of 14

Frances (1751 - 1838) spouse of 7

Frances (1751 - 1838) parent of spouse of 34

CLARKE

Charles (1840 - ) spouse of 97

Charles (1808 - ) parent of spouse of 97

Charles (1873 - ) child of 97

Fannie (1864 - ) child of 97

Lida (1871 - ) child of 97

William N. (1869 - ) child of 97

CLAY

Henrietta Povall (1803 - 1865) parent of spouse of 48

COLLIER

Bessie Thomas child of 144

Frank spouse of 144

Hamlet child of 144

Joe Purnell child of 144

Martha Miller child of 144

Susan J. spouse of 82

Susan J. parent of spouse of 139

William child of 144

COTHRAN

Charlotte ( - 1864) parent of spouse of 124

COWEN

Sarah parent of spouse of 22

CROUSEN

Belle spouse of 90

DRURY

Clifton (1914 - 1998) spouse of 150

DUDLEY

Rev. Eldred Simkins (1811 - 1891) parent of spouse of 48

Nancy “Nannie” (1842 - 1922) spouse of 48

DUNLAP

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 39

DUNLAP?

Sarah parent of spouse of 12

Sarah parent of spouse of 27

EADES

Mr. UNNAMED (1885 - ) spouse of 131

Joe Kenny (1915 - ) 143

Kenneth Wade child of 143

Sarah Miller child of 143

Susan Marie (1935 - ) child of 143

EVANS

Elizabeth Quisenberry “Bettie” (1837 - 1925) parent of spouse of 93

Henry Bloomfield (1817 - 1847) spouse of 64

Mary Allen (1841 - 1925) 106

William Henry child of 64

EYMAN

Susan spouse of 53

FICKLEN

Amelia (1839 - 1893) spouse of 108

FIELD

Judith parent of spouse of 76

FITHIAN

Dr. Charles Norris (1856 - 1945) spouse of 95

Edward Bailey child of 128

Edward Warfield (1896 - 1935) 128

Owen McClintock child of 128

Dr. Washington (1825 - 1904) parent of spouse of 95

FITZGERALD

Mary J. spouse of 59

FORSYTHE

Alexander Thomas child of 115

Benjamin parent of spouse of 71

Caroline (1815 - 1853) spouse of 71

January spouse of 115

Joel H. child of 115

Robert B. child of 115

FULLERTON

Martha parent of spouse of 6

GLASS

Elizabeth Rhoda spouse of 53

GLEESON

Jane (1782 - 1870) spouse of 22

Nathaniel parent of spouse of 22

GRIFFITH

Rachel (~1806 - 1869) parent of spouse of 121

GRIMES

UNNAMED spouse of 142

Alice child of 142

Oscar R. child of 142

HALL

Gertrude spouse of 146

HANLEY

Clarence (1886 - 1968) child of 137

Joe (1855 - ) spouse of 137

HART

Dr. Charles Fielding (1828 - 1884) parent of spouse of 125

Eliza Allin “Allie” (1874 - 1972) spouse of 125

HEFFELMAN

Lucinda (1835 - 1900) spouse of 87

HELLEBUSH

Betty Jane (1909 - 1981) child of 148

Blair Armstrong (1919 - ) child of 148

Charles Kearns Jr. (1913 - 1997) child of 148

Charles Kearns (1879 - 1971) spouse of 148

John Clemens (1924 - 1999) child of 148

HENRY

Elizabeth spouse of 21

HERRING

Eliza J. (~1829 - 1915) spouse of 88

HITE

Maria child of 107

Ora spouse of 107

HITT

Jacob “Jackie” (1781 - 1847) parent of spouse of 78

Rachel A. J. (1825 - 1904) spouse of 78

HOLDAWAY

Catharine parent of spouse of 79

HOLIDAY

Rebecca (1791 - 1849) spouse of 16

HOLLIDAY

William (1755 - >1811) parent of spouse of 16

HORD

Eliza parent of spouse of 97

HUGHES

John Swann (1775 - ) spouse of 37

HUTCHCRAFT

Anna Eliza (1835 - 1901) parent of spouse of 125

James (1800 - 1863) parent of spouse of 125

Martha Clay “Mattie” (1853 - 1903) spouse of 125

Mary Lou (Lucinda) (1829 - 1909) parent of spouse of 95

HUTCHINSON

Mattie ( - <1886) spouse of 112

JACOBS

Matilda (1791 - 1859) parent of spouse of 78

JERNIGAN

Virginia Cleo (1924 - 1985) spouse of 151

JONES

Frankie spouse of 110

KIMBROUGH

Mary “Polly” ( - 1830) parent of spouse of 32

KING

Sallie spouse of 92

LAPSLEY

Dr. Frank (~1866 - 1954) spouse of 94

James Harvey (1910 - 1978) child of 94

Josephine (1907 - 1989) child of 94

LAYSON

America Moore (1862 - 1886) child of 89

Charles B. (1871 - ) child of 98

Isaac (1782 - 1822) parent of spouse of 51

Isaac (1782 - 1822) parent of spouse of 89

Jane Alice 127

John Clark child of 51

Margaret Ann (1813 - 1903) parent of spouse of 44

William (1809 - 1888) spouse of 89

William M. (1844 - ) 98

Zed Clark (1875 - ) child of 98

Zedekiah M. (1811 - 1903) spouse of 51

MADDOX

Sarah Ann (ca1825 - ) spouse of 46

MARCHANT

Jonah parent of spouse of 88

Sarah Jane (1836 - 1869) spouse of 88

McCLANAHAN

Anna M. (~1770 - 1833) parent of spouse of 42

McCLANE

Elizabeth parent of spouse of 117

McCLELLAND

Adella (1837 - ) spouse of 77

Adella (1837 - ) 120

Alice (1866 - ) child of 117

Beautie (Beauty) Jane (1875 - ) child of 117

Bettie (1840 - ) child of 73

Claude (1864 - ) child of 117

Elisha (1868 - ) child of 117

Elisha (1846 - ) child of 73

Fannie (1871 - ) child of 117

Fatie (1862 - ) child of 117

Col. James (1775 - 1833) parent of spouse of 33

Jane (1780 - 1855) spouse of 30

Jane (1780 - 1855) parent of spouse of 66

Jane E. (1825 - >1904) spouse of 52

Jane E. (1825 - >1904) 118

Julia (1867 - ) child of 117

Martha Ann Randolph (1832 - 1907) 119

Martha Ann Randolph (1832 - 1907) parent of spouse of 126

Martha “Patsy” Harris (1801 - 1854) spouse of 35

Patsey O. E. (1792 - ) spouse of 33

Patsey O. E. (1792 - ) parent of spouse of 120

Robert (1773 - 1833) parent of spouse of 73

Robert (1872 - 1874) child of 117

Robert Miller (1822 - ) 117

Thomas (1825 - ) child of 73

William (1742 - 1812) parent of spouse of 30

William (1844 - ) child of 73

William Jr. (1777 - 1802) parent of spouse of 35

William Elisha (1800 - 1864) parent of spouse of 52

William Elisha (1800 - 1864) spouse of 73

William Elisha (1800 - 1864) parent of spouse of 77

McCLINTOCK

Adam (1822 - 1850) child of 15

Agnes “Nancy” (1752 - 1836) 9

Alexander (1779 - ) child of 8

Alexander (1779 - ) child of 13

Alexander (1820 - 1864) 57

Alexander ( - <1825) child of 7

Alexander (1748 - 1812) child of 2

Alexander (~1718 - 1760) 4

Alexander (~1718 - 1760) parent of spouse of 8

Alexander (1834 - ) child of 25

Alexander F. (1801 - 1881) 19

Amanda T. (1827 - 1852) child of 21

Ann (1755 - 1825) 10

Ann (1755 - 1825) parent of spouse of 20

Ann (1815 - ) 56

Ann child of 3

Anna E. (1860 - 1870) child of 48

Betsey Maria (1816 - 1886) child of 15

Daniel (1797 - 1827) child of 6

Daniel (1786 - ) 24

Daniel child of 15

Daniel child of 3

Daniel B. (1746 - 1799) 7

Daniel B. (1746 - 1799) parent of spouse of 34

Edmund A. (ca1846 - ) child of 46

Elisabeth “Lizzie” Starr (1872 - 1959) 95

Elizabeth (1799 - 1853) 18

Elizabeth (1784 - 1864) 23

Elizabeth (1809 - ) child of 22

Elizabeth child of 7

Elizabeth (1825 - 1837) child of 25

Elizabeth “Betsey” child of 3

Elizabeth J. child of 25

Elizabeth J. spouse of 44

Elizabeth J. (1821 - ) child of 26

Elizabeth Torrence (1750 - 1819) 8

Elizabeth Torrence (1750 - 1819) spouse of 13

Elzabeth R. child of 21

Emily G. child of 21

Frances Jane child of 21

George B. (1876 - ) child of 47

George G. (ca1847 - ) child of 53

George Wolfe (1839 - ) child of 54

Harvey child of 15

Henrietta Clay “Etta” (1873 - 1924) 93

Hugh (1791 - ) 26

Hugh (1758 - 1850) 11

J. Kirtley (1864 - 1870) child of 48

James (1806 - 1889) 53

James child of 1

James Cunningham (1815 - 1875) child of 15

Jane (1782 - ) child of 8

Jane (1782 - ) child of 13

Jane (1813 - ) 55

John (1793 - 1840) 17

John (1807 - ) 54

John (1821 - 1879) 59

John 3

John A. (ca1844 - ) child of 53

John David (1836 - 1881) 47

John David Jr. (1879 - ) child of 47

John T. Jr. (1874 - ) 96

John Thomas (1841 - 1874) 49

John Thomas (1819 - 1892) child of 15

John William (1843 - ) child of 54

Joseph (1701 - ca1799) 2

Joseph (1701 - ca1799) parent of spouse of 13

Joseph (1744 - 1825) 6

Joseph Jr. (1784 - 1846) child of 6

Joseph (1777 - 1846) 22

Joseph (1787 - 1836) 21

Joseph (1827 - 1848) child of 25

Joseph child of 16

Joseph Alexander (1813 - 1939) child of 15

Joseph Birch (1834 - 1891) 48

Joseph H. (ca1842 - ) child of 53

Joseph Warren (1840 - ) child of 54

Joshua (ca1843 - ) child of 53

Laura Starr (1897 - ) child of 96

Louisa (1826 - 1844) child of 15

Margaret 27

Margaret (1817 - 1873) child of 22

Margaret (1789 - 1859) 20

Margaret (1789 - 1859) spouse of 34

Margaret (1789 - 1859) parent of spouse of 118

Margaret (1761 - 1838) 12

Margaret 38

Margaret child of 21

Margaret (1818 - 1893) child of 24

Margaret (1836 - ) child of 25

Margery Ann (1826 - 1842) child of 26

Martha P. (1850 - ) child of 57

Martha P. (ca1818 - ) child of 16

Martha Patton spouse of 65

Mary (1742 - 1827) 5

Mary child of 3

Mary Ann child of 21

Mary “Mayme” (1876 - 1967) 94

Mary R. (1830 - ) child of 26

Nancy Patton (1842 - 1870) child of 25

Nancy Stewart (1824 - ) child of 26

Nanny E. (1879 - 1962) child of 48

Nellie R. (1883 - 1970) child of 48

Olive (1828 - 1866) child of 15

Paul Brown (1880 - 1881) child of 47

Rebecca ( - 1853) child of 16

Rebecca Jane (1825 - 1867) child of 15

Robert child of 1

Robert S. (1833 - 1898) child of 26

Robert Scrogin (1827 - ) child of 24

Sallie child of 6

Sally Ann (1821 - 1836) child of 15

Sarah (1755 - 1825) child of 2

Sarah (1809 - ) child of 22

Sarah (1794 - 1858) spouse of 15

Sarah (ca1848 - ) child of 59

Sarah Ann (1831 - 1895) child of 25

Susan (~1762 - 1813) child of 2

Susan (1818 - 1879) child of 25

Thomas (~1788 - ~1840) 16

Thomas (ca1785 - ) child of 7

Thomas (1838 - ) child of 25

Thomas A. (ca1843 - ) child of 46

Thomas J. (ca1820 - 1853) child of 16

Wallace C. (1872 - ) child of 47

William (1787 - 1861) 25

William (1787 - 1861) parent of spouse of 44

William (1786 - 1851) 15

William (1750 - 1819) spouse of 8

William (1750 - 1819) 13

William (1802 - >1881) child of 22

William (1823 - 1876) child of 25

William (ca1830 - ) child of 53

William 1

William child of 1

William Alexander (1820 - 1847) child of 24

William D. ( - 1880) child of 46

William H. (1813 - ) 46

William Patton (1817 - 1836) child of 15

William R. (1828 - ) child of 26

McCLURE

James (<1760 - >1813) parent of spouse of 28

Margaret “Peggy” (1789 - 1861) parent of spouse of 60

Mary (1783 - 1836) spouse of 28

McCORD

Jean spouse of 11

McCUNE

Susanna (1774 - ca1814) parent of spouse of 18

Susanna (1774 - ca1814) parent of spouse of 25

Susanna (1774 - ca1814) parent of spouse of 41

Susanna (1774 - ca1814) parent of spouse of 43

McKEE

Alexander (1821 - ) child of 23

Alice child of 100

Charles child of 100

Eliza W. child of 100

Elizabeth (1813 - ) child of 23

Frank child of 100

George child of 100

James W. (1836 - ) 100

Jane (1819 - ) child of 23

Jesse child of 100

John ( - 1842) spouse of 23

John (1804 - ) 58

John A. (1829 - ) child of 58

Julia child of 100

Lizzie child of 100

Margaret spouse of 104

Margaret (1810 - ) child of 23

Mary (1809 - ) child of 23

Miles S. child of 58

Nancy (1802 - 1874) spouse of 17

Paddy parent of spouse of 33

Polly ( - 1810) spouse of 33

Samuel (1817 - ) child of 23

Sarah (1815 - ) child of 23

Thomas (1807 - ) child of 23

Turney child of 100

William (1806 - ) child of 23

William T. child of 100

McKIM

Mattie (1855 - ) child of 114

Ward (1825 - ) spouse of 114

William Frazier child of 114

MEYERS

Helen spouse of 134

MILAM

John McClintock (1881 - ) child of 124

Lucille (1876 - ) child of 124

R. P. (1844 - ) spouse of 124

William parent of spouse of 124

MILLER

Acsah Van Dyke 129

Adella ( - 1838) child of 30

Albert Turner (1882 - 1956) 140

Alexander (1796 - 1870) 35

Alice D. (1867 - 1868) child of 122

Alvin West (1814 - 1893) child of 31

Alvin William (1836 - 1921) 122

Amanda N. ( - <1859) 68

America Jane (1840 - ) 81

Ann 69

Ann (1794 - 1852) 36

Ann E. (1832 - ) child of 35

Annie Lee (1871 - ) child of 122

Annie Tom child of 70

Aquilla (1828 - ) child of 31

Barbara Ann (1943 - ) 152

Callie McClure (1860 - ) child of 78

Cassandra W. (1876 - ) child of 122

Catharine R. (1864 - ) child of 79

Charles Alexander 126

Charles Alexander spouse of 139

Charles Hart 141

Charlton Hitt (1857 - ) child of 78

Clarence A. (1868 - ) child of 79

Elisha child of 77

Elisha child of 120

Elizabeth (1785 - 1827) 32

Elizabeth (1830 - 1845) child of 20

Elizabeth (1830 - 1845) child of 34

Elizabeth A. W. (1815 - 1886) 76

Elizabeth J (1840 - 1867) child of 75

Elizabeth Jane (1872 - <1929) child of 122

Eva Lee child of 109

Evaline Jane 70

Frances Ann (1819 - ) 50

Dr. George Dumas (1838 - 1911) child of 75

Grace (1882 - >1904) child of 99

Hart child of 141

Henry Bascom (1852 - ) child of 78

Horace (1833 - 1912) 108

Horace (1831 - ) child of 71

Horace ( - 1833) 71

Hunt child of 33

James (1890 - ) child of 126

James (1890 - ) child of 139

James (1791 - ) child of 10

James A. (1817 - 1860) child of 33

James A. child of 77

James A. child of 120

James Horace 109

James McClure (1823 - 1881) 78

James T (1834 - 1908) 121

James T. (1874 - 1875) child of 122

Jane (1777 - 1852) parent of spouse of 83

Jane (1777 - 1852) parent of spouse of 84

Jane A. (1823 - ) child of 20

Jane A. (1823 - ) child of 34

Jane “Jennie” Emily 111

Jean (1785 - 1843) 37

Jeremiah West (1825 - 1901) child of 31

Jesse Albert (1916 - 2000) 151

Major John (1752 - 1815) spouse of 10

Major John (1752 - 1815) parent of spouse of 20

John child of 35

John (1783 - 1827) 31

John A. (1815 - ) spouse of 70

John Alexander (1847 - ) child of 78

John Clark (1826 - 1864) 52

John Clark (1826 - 1864) spouse of 118

John Clark (1879 - >1908) child of 99

John Hubbard (1831 - 1894) child of 75

John Morgan (1821 - 1865) child of 33

Dr. John Thomas (1812 - 1880) child of 31

Joseph (1788 - 1853) 33

Joseph (1788 - 1853) parent of spouse of 120

Joseph Alexander (1821 - 1875) child of 31

Joseph Andrew (1831 - ) child of 35

Joseph William (1835 - 1887) 77

Joseph William (1835 - 1887) spouse of 120

Joseph Woodson (1835 - ) child of 33

Joshua E (1863 - 1864) child of 122

Karl (1880 - ) child of 126

Karl (1880 - ) child of 139

Leafy (1913 - 1996) child of 140

Louisa Jane ( - >1870) parent of spouse of 52

Louisa Jane ( - >1870) 73

Louisa Jane ( - >1870) parent of spouse of 77

Louise (1890 - >1904) child of 99

Margaret H. (1821 - 1851) 51

Margary Ann (1816 - 1876) child of 31

Martha (1750 - 1826) parent of spouse of 30

Martha H. (1867 - ) child of 79

Martha Harris (1842 - ) 80

Martha Jane McClelland (1836 - ) child of 33

Martha “Patsy” ( - <1859) 72

Mary child of 33

Mary (1844 - ) child of 78

Mary Alice child of 109

Mary Francis (1909 - 1912) child of 140

Mary Magdalene parent of spouse of 19

Mary McClure (1825 - ) child of 35

Mattie spouse of 132

Mattie A. 124

Mattie C. (1887 - 1966) 131

Mattie Lou (1879 - ) child of 122

Nannie Walton child of 70

Naomi child of 110

Orris H (1861 - 1890) child of 122

Orris J (1866 - ) child of 121

Orris James (1810 - 1880) 75

Oscar James (1811 - ) spouse of 66

Oscar James (1811 - ) 74

Oscar William 112

Preston A. (1827 - 1833) child of 31

Rachel (1778 - 1849) parent of spouse of 72

Raymond (1862 - ) child of 78

Richard S. (1822 - 1880) child of 31

Robert (1877 - ) child of 99

Robert (~1722 - 1790) parent of spouse of 10

Robert A. Kendrick 110

Robert Andrew (1827 - ) 79

Robert Eakin (1780 - 1860) 30

Robert Eakin (1780 - 1860) parent of spouse of 66

Robert Lee (1866 - ) child of 78

Robert W. (1869 - ) child of 79

Robert William (1818 - 1853) child of 31

Susan child of 141

Thomas (1875 - ) child of 99

William (1789 - 1847) spouse of 20

William (1789 - 1847) 34

William (1789 - 1847) parent of spouse of 118

William (1885 - ) child of 126

William (1885 - ) child of 139

William child of 77

William child of 120

William Bruce (1856 - ) child of 109

Dr. William McClelland (1850 - 1918) 125

William McClelland (1820 - ) 82

William McClelland (1820 - ) parent of spouse of 139

William McClelland (1850 - ) 99

William McClure Jr. (1906 - 1932) child of 125

William R. (1869 - ) child of 122

MILLS

Narcissa (1777 - 1819) parent of spouse of 24

MOORE

Elizabeth “Lizzie” (1840 - 1908) spouse of 44

James (1780 - 1830) parent of spouse of 60

James McClure (1812 - 1862) parent of spouse of 44

John Pollock “Pogue” (1810 - 1875) spouse of 60

Margaret 101

Margery Ann (1831 - 1908) spouse of 85

Mary “Polly” (1787 - 1876) parent of spouse of 51

Mary “Polly” (1787 - 1876) parent of spouse of 89

William Black (1784 - 1875) parent of spouse of 85

MOUNTJOY

John W. spouse of 68

John W. Jr. child of 68

NESBIT

Charles child of 65

Eliza child of 29

Elizabeth (~1780 - ) child of 9

Gertrude child of 65

Helen 107

James McClure 65

Jeremiah (~1784 - ) child of 9

Joanna child of 28

John III (1778 - 1835) 28

John child of 29

John James child of 65

Joseph Allen child of 28

Joseph F. child of 29

Joseph McClintock (~1780 - 1832) 29

Joseph McClintock (~1780 - 1832) parent of spouse of 74

Margaret 62

Mary Louise child of 65

Mary W. (1827 - ) 67

Mati child of 65

Nancy (1816 - 1879) 66

Nancy (1816 - 1879) spouse of 74

Thomas Ammon child of 29

William (1750 - 1805) spouse of 9

William child of 65

William Alexander child of 28

NESBITT

Clarence (1869 - ) child of 104

Elizabeth Easter ( - 1858) 60

James McClure (1833 - 1880) child of 61

Jane (1800 - 1855) spouse of 42

Jane (1800 - 1855) parent of spouse of 103

Jane Maria (1841 - 1937) spouse of 91

Jane Maria (1841 - 1937) 103

John parent of spouse of 9

John McClure (1807 - ) 61

John McClure (1807 - ) parent of spouse of 91

John Thomas (1836 - 1915) 102

Joseph Allen (1844 - 1923) 104

Maria Jane (1815 - 1897) 64

Mary J. child of 104

Mary Louisa (1838 - 1911) child of 61

Mary Thompson (1869 - ) child of 102

Nancy Torrence 63

Robert Allen (~1768 - 1839) parent of spouse of 42

Walter Steele (1874 - ) child of 104

William Steele (1831 - 1894) child of 61

NUNN

America Jane (1844 - ) 97

Ilai (1758 - ) parent of spouse of 50

Judge William spouse of 50

ORR

Benjamin Grayson parent of spouse of 98

Maggie spouse of 98

OWENS

Charles parent of spouse of 123

Mary Jane spouse of 123

PATTEN

Anna Margaret “Maggie” (1861 - 1954) child of 87

Elizabeth (1786 - 1864) 39

Grant Torrence (1863 - 1929) child of 87

Hugh Torrence (1825 - 1902) 87

Jennie Abigail (1874 - ) child of 87

John (2nd) (1798 - ) child of 12

John William (1833 - 1859) child of 41

Joseph (1759 - 1822) spouse of 12

Joseph C. (1818 - 1837) child of 40

Luther Abbott (1859 - 1937) child of 87

Margaret “Peggy” (1800 - 1828) 43

Marietta (1866 - ) child of 87

Osa Mae (1869 - ) child of 87

Rebecca (ca1750 - >1825) spouse of 6

Sarah H. (1784 - 1855) child of 12

Will J. (1871 - ) child of 87

William (1794 - 1853) spouse of 41

William (1790 - 1806) child of 12

William (1813 - 1902) child of 40

PATTERSON

Francis Oster (1835 - ) child of 55

Greer Charles (1832 - ) child of 55

Herbert spouse of 55

Leonidus (1839 - ) child of 55

Samantha Jane (1837 - ) child of 55

PATTON

Miss UNNAMED child of 86

Miss UNNAMED child of 86

Albert L. child of 86

Alfred (1861 - 1922) child of 88

Alonzo W. (~1855 - 1941) child of 86

Amanda A. child of 39

Anna Belle (1869 - ) child of 91

Anna Belle (1869 - ) child of 103

Austie (1875 - ) child of 85

Carl Eugene (1876 - 1960) child of 88

Clarence B. (1869 - ) child of 88

Cora Alta (1872 - ) child of 85

Eliza (1809 - ) child of 39

Elizabeth Ann (1824 - 1877) 89

George (1810 - ) child of 39

Gertrude G. (1878 - <1956) child of 88

Hugh (1795 - 1866) 42

Hugh (1795 - 1866) parent of spouse of 103

Hugh child of 39

Hugh Allis (1842 - 1901) 91

Hugh Allis (1842 - 1901) spouse of 103

Ida J. (1864 - ) child of 88

Infant (1832 - 1832) child of 40

James (1783 - 1847) spouse of 39

James D. Jr. (1893 - ) child of 85

James Dunlap (1823 - 1893) 85

Jessie (1871 - ) child of 91

Jessie (1871 - ) child of 103

John (1769 - 1816) parent of spouse of 18

John (1769 - 1816) parent of spouse of 25

John (1769 - 1816) spouse of 27

John (1769 - 1816) parent of spouse of 41

John (1769 - 1816) parent of spouse of 43

John (1801 - 1848) spouse of 18

John (1823 - ) child of 43

John (1793 - 1796) child of 12

John S. (1823 - ) child of 40

John Thomas (1867 - ) child of 85

John Thomas (1836 - 1855) child of 42

Joseph (ca1750 - 1817) parent of spouse of 39

Joseph (~1798 - 1823) spouse of 43

Joseph Jr. (1786 - 1854) 40

Joseph (1830 - 1897) child of 42

Joseph M. child of 39

Lorenzo D. S. (1858 - 1910) child of 88

Margaret (1816 - 1901) child of 27

Margaret Ann (1811 - ) child of 39

Margaret McClintock (1826 - 1826) child of 42

Margaret McClintock (2nd) (1833 - 1922) child of 42

Margaret S. (1811 - 1815) child of 40

Margaret S. (1816 - ) child of 40

Martha (~1754 - 1816) parent of spouse of 16

Martha Ann (1829 - ) child of 39

Mary child of 39

Mary E. (1830 - 1854) child of 40

Mary “Polly” (1791 - 1859) 41

Nancy R. child of 39

Ourn child of 90

Rachel A. (1814 - 1839) child of 40

Robert Alexander (1833 - 1908) 88

Robert E. (1867 - 1953) child of 88

Robert Nesbit (1821 - 1865) child of 42

Sallie (1797 - 1865) spouse of 25

Sallie (1797 - 1865) parent of spouse of 44

Sarah J. (1827 - 1854) child of 40

Sarah Jane (1827 - 1865) child of 42

Sarah M. (1815 - 1876) child of 39

Susannah McCune (1819 - 1845) child of 18

Thomas J. child of 39

Thomas Stephenson “Tom” (1821 - >1882) 86

Walter G. (~1855 - ) child of 86

William (1725 - 1795) parent of spouse of 6

William (1725 - 1795) parent of spouse of 12

William (1725 - 1795) parent of spouse of 27

William (1865 - ) child of 85

William (1839 - 1918) 90

PAYNE

George Lewis child of 145

June J. spouse of 145

PELHAM

Ann C. spouse of 35

PIPER

Bettie Jane (1853 - 1908) 136

Israel H. (1865 - 1934) child of 119

Col. Israel Hyman (1810 - 1898) parent of spouse of 119

Louisa (1856 - 1936) spouse of 126

Louisa (1856 - 1936) 139

Martha Henry (1868 - 1942) 138

Robert Valentine (1863 - 1923) child of 119

Verena (1861 - 1913) 137

William Clark (1860 - 1918) child of 119

William Henry Harrison (1831 - 1867) spouse of 119

William Henry Harrison (1831 - 1867) parent of spouse of 126

POLLOCK

Margaret parent of spouse of 28

PORTER

Parmelia Jane (1812 - 1881) parent of spouse of 119

PULSE

Catherine E. ( - 1914) spouse of 57

PURNELL

Adella (1860 - ) child of 113

Bessie T. child of 132

Blanche child of 132

Blanche (1889 - ) child of 135

Jennie Catherine (1881 - ) 147

Jennie Mitchell 144

John 134

Joseph 135

Julius child of 113

Julius N. (1890 - ) child of 134

Kate ( - 1898) child of 113

Littleton B. (1881 - ) 146

Mary Agnes child of 132

Mary Eliza (1870 - 1915) child of 133

Mattie 133

Mattie (1874 - ) 145

Rebecca (1901 - ) child of 146

Thomas 132

William (1825 - ) spouse of 113

William N. spouse of 133

RANKIN

Annie 142

Oscar R. spouse of 127

RAYMOND

Adela Malone (1837 - ) spouse of 79

Malone parent of spouse of 79

REYNOLDS

Dora spouse of 135

RICE

Mary Priscilla (1884 - 1966) spouse of 140

ROBERTSON

Jane Armstrong (1924 - ) child of 149

Lanham Stuart (1880 - 1962) spouse of 149

ROWLAND

Rosanna (1782 - 1866) parent of spouse of 67

RUDDELL

Almus child of 105

Ambrose Gore spouse of 63

Frank child of 105

James H. 105

SAVAGE

Alexander child of 80

Walter child of 80

William child of 80

Judge William H. spouse of 80

SCROGIN

Louisa (1798 - 1874) spouse of 24

Robert Jr. (1776 - 1836) parent of spouse of 24

SHANNON

John (1743 - 1825) parent of spouse of 40

Margaret “Peggy” (1783 - 1811) spouse of 40

SHAW

Louisa A. (~1830 - ) spouse of 86

SHEPPERD

Charles J. spouse of 97

SMITH

Daniel Rictor spouse of 62

Jean or Elizabeth (?) parent of spouse of 10

John child of 62

Mary child of 62

STANCLIFF

Christopher Colin (1987 - ) child of 153

Courtney Anne (1988 - ) child of 153

Samuel Christopher (1963 - ) 153

Thomas Herman (1941 - ) spouse of 152

STARKEY

UNNAMED spouse of 101

Carleton child of 101

STARR

Laura (1849 - 1878) spouse of 49

STEELE

Elizabeth spouse of 102

Sarah “Sally” (1810 - ) spouse of 61

Sarah “Sally” (1810 - ) parent of spouse of 91

STEPHENSON

Abigail (1790 - 1869) spouse of 40

Thomas (ca1760 - 1840) parent of spouse of 40

STEWART

Ann spouse of 26

SUGGETT

Frances ( - 1859) spouse of 117

Louis parent of spouse of 117

TALBOTT

Eliza J. (1815 - 1816) child of 36

Elizabeth J. (1826 - 1827) child of 36

Mary J. (1820 - 1820) child of 36

Rosalind M. (1812 - 1812) child of 36

William (1784 - 1840) spouse of 36

TAYLOR

Fannie spouse of 117

Horace A. child of 129

Stark parent of spouse of 117

Thomas Pickett spouse of 129

Thomas Pickett Jr. child of 129

THOMPSON

Ann (1777 - 1827) child of 5

Bessie child of 92

Brownie (1864 - ) child of 45

Daniel (1824 - 1889) 44

Elmo (1881 - ) child of 45

French Moore (1873 - 1900) child of 44

Henry Jr. (1782 - 1852) 14

Henry Sr. (1740 - 1827) spouse of 5

Henry “Harry” Ward (1879 - ) child of 44

James H. (1822 - ) 45

James McClure (1862 - ) child of 44

Jane (1776 - 1789) child of 5

Jimmie (1875 - ) child of 45

John ( - 1860) child of 14

John W. (1866 - ) 92

Margaret E. (1864 - 1924) child of 44

Mary ( - 1859) child of 14

Mary A. (1860 - >1928) child of 44

Robert child of 92

Robert child of 14

Robert (1871 - ) child of 45

Robert Presley (1876 - ) child of 44

Samuel D. (1868 - ) child of 44

THORN

Nancy spouse of 58

TORRENCE

Elizabeth (ca1723 - 1758) spouse of 2

Elizabeth (ca1723 - 1758) parent of spouse of 13

Hugh parent of spouse of 2

TUCKER

Eliza Jane parent of spouse of 123

TURNER

Tommy C. spouse of 112

TURNEY

Anna (1788 - 1863) parent of spouse of 71

Jane M. spouse of 100

William parent of spouse of 100

VARNON

Nancy Jane (1810 - 1887) spouse of 75

VIMONT

Anna child of 67

Banks M. child of 67

Belle W. child of 67

Henry S. child of 67

Joseph Nesbit child of 67

Louis Jr. (1776 - 1849) parent of spouse of 67

Louis Chantrelle III (1823 - ) spouse of 67

Minnie child of 67

Nancy Wharton child of 67

Susan child of 67

Thomas Ammon child of 67

Virginia Bent child of 67

VINTON

Hannah spouse of 105

WALLACE

A. W. child of 69

Joseph William spouse of 69

WEST

Alvin (~1780 - 1815) spouse of 37

Ann Miller (1804 - 1860) 83

Cassandra (1790 - 1833) spouse of 31

Cassandra (1811 - ) child of 37

Elizabeth B. (1805 - ) 84

John Martin (1808 - 1934) child of 37

Joseph James (1810 - 1890) child of 37

Thomas (1756 - 1820) parent of spouse of 31

Thomas (1756 - 1820) parent of spouse of 37

WILLIAMS

Dana Elizabeth (1963 - ) spouse of 153

Eliza (1812 - 1881) parent of spouse of 125

WILSON

Eliza (1807 - 1839) spouse of 58

James parent of spouse of 14

James parent of spouse of 58

Mary (1795 - 1860) spouse of 14

WOLFE

Barbara spouse of 54

WOOD

Ann child of 38

Nimrod spouse of 38

WOOLLEN

Evans child of 106

Harry child of 106

Maria (1870 - ) child of 106

William Weston (1838 - 1921) spouse of 106

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