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1900 Lincoln County, West Virginia Census Carroll District Dwelling 580
Nicholas, John A 62 Male White Mar 1832 West Virginia married 19 years
Nicholas, Elizabeth 48 Female White Feb 1852 West Virginia married 19 years 1
child 1 living
MOUNT, Athalia 7 Female White Sep 1892 Ohio Ohio Ohio
261 F xi. Susan Hester BURGESS-566 was born on 2 Apr 1855 in Princeton District, Mercer, Virginia, USA.
+ 262 M xii. Henderson W BURGESS-567 was born on 29 Dec 1856.
263 M xiii. Wesley BURGESS-3288 was born in 1857 in Bland, Virginia, USA.
+ 264 M xiv. Sam BURGESS-1684 was born on 4 Dec 1860.
265 F xv. Virginia BURGESS-3289 was born in 1861 in Bland, Virginia, USA.
50. Mary Polly BURGESS-60 (Thomas, William) was born in 1803 in , Giles, Virginia, USA. She died after 1880 in , Lincoln, West Virginia, USA.
Mary married (MRIN:51) Josepheus WORKMAN-104 son of Isaac WORKMAN-3162 and Susan Liet WORKMAN-3163 (MRIN:78) about 1833 in , Logan, Virginia, USA. Josepheus was born in 1810 in , Giles, Virginia, USA. He died after 1880 in , Lincoln, West Virginia, USA.
1840 Logan County, Virginia Census
Male 0 1 0 0 0 1
Female 3 0 0 0 1 0
1850 Logan County, West Virginia Census Dwelling 182
Josephus WORKMAN 40 White Male Virginia
Mary WORKMAN 45 White Female Virginia
John W WORKMAN 16 White Male Virginia
Julia Ann WORKMAN 13 White Female Virginia
Sarah W WORKMAN 10 White Female Virginia
Martha Ann WORKMAN 8 White Female Virginia
David S WORKMAN 6 White Male Virginia
Dicy D WORKMAN 2 White Female Virginia
Joseph Irvin WORKMAN 1 White Male Virginia
1860 Logan County, West Virginia Census Dwelling 203
Josephus H. WORKMAN 50 White Male Virginia
Polly WORKMAN 45 White Female Virginia
David S. WORKMAN 18 White Male Virginia
Eliza WORKMAN 17 White Female Virginia
Dicy WORKMAN 14 White Female Virginia
Jos Ervin WORKMAN 12 White Male Virginia
1870 Logan County, West Virginia Census
Cannot find Josephus or Mary Polly WORKMAN
1870 Logan County, West Virginia Census
Amanda THOMPSON 50 Widow of Andrew Randolph THOMPSON & daughter of Mary
(Step Daughter of Josephus WORKMAN)
John THOMPSON 30
George Allen THOMPSON 15
Lilburn THOMPSON 13
1880 Lincoln County, West Virginia Harts Creek District
Josephus WORKMAN 70 White Male VA VA VA
Mary WORKAM 68 White Female VA VA VA
Julia WORKMAN 25 White Female VA VA VA
Frances Rosa WORKMAN 13 White Female WV VA VA Grand daughter
Tolbert H HIBITS 13 White Male WV VA VA Grand Son
Josepheus and Mary had the following children:
+ 266 M i. John Wesley WORKMAN-321 was born in 1834. He died after 1900.
+ 267 F ii. Julia Ann WORKMAN-322 was born in 1837.
+ 268 F iii. Sarah Matilda WORKMAN-323 was born in 1840.
+ 269 F iv. Martha Ann WORKMAN-324 was born in Feb 1840.
+ 270 M v. David S WORKMAN-325 was born in 1844.
+ 271 F vi. Louisa Jane WORKMAN-326 was born in Mar 1844.
+ 272 F vii. Dicy D WORKMAN-327 was born in 1846.
+ 273 M viii. Joseph Ervin WORKMAN-328 was born in Oct 1848.
52. Sarah Sally BURGESS-1216 (Thomas, William) was born about 1808 in Giles County, Virginia, USA. She died in Jul 1839/1841 in , Fayette, Virginia, USA.
1840 Fayette County, Virginia Census
Males 0 0 0 0 0 1
Female 1 1 0 0 0 1
Information came from Janet MARTIN
P O Box 36
Meadow Creek, West Virginia 25477
Sarah married (MRIN:759) Jobe MARTIN-1217 son of Job MARTIN-3159 and Martha PATSY-3160 (MRIN:761) on 30 Dec 1829 in , Kanawha, Virginia, USA. Jobe was born in 1806 in , Greenbrier, Virginia, USA. He died on 17 Jul 1884 in , Fayette, West Virginia, USA.
Parents may be Joseph MARTIN and Elizabeth SLACK
1860 Fayette County, Virginia Census District No 3
Job Martin 55 Male Virginia
Mary Martin 55 Female Virginia Wife
Ruth Martin 33 Female Virginia Day Laborer
Margaret A Martin 23 Female Virginia
Susan E MARTIN 15 Female Virginia
Jobe and Sarah had the following children:
+ 274 F i. Eliza Jane MARTIN-1218 was born in 1833. She died on 15 Jul 1915.
+ 275 F ii. Margaret A MARTIN-1219 was born in 1837.
276 F iii. Ruth MARTIN-3161 was born about 1838 in , Fayette, Virginia, USA.
+ 277 F iv. Mary B MARTIN-1220 was born on 21 Jul 1839. She died on 28 May 1910.
53. William BURGESS-57 (Thomas, William) was born in 1814 in , Giles, Virginia, USA.
History of Logan County, Virginia by Henry Clay Ragland 1896 rewritten
1927 by George T. Swain. page 72
Near the same time the Perry family settled here, several other families from North Carolina made
settlement on Buffalo and the waters of Spruce
among whom were William Browning, William, John, Tandy, and Meredith
Burgess and Ben White.
Tandy Burgess settled on Buffalo. His sons were Calvin, Hiram and
Cornelius. William Burgess moved to Kanawha at an early date.
The Burgess family did not come from North Carolina, but from Albemarle, Bedford, Montgomery, Giles,
Cabell, and Logan, Virginia.
1840 Logan County, Virginia Census
Males 1 0 0 0 1
Female 1 0 0 0 1
1850 Logan County, Virginia Census Dwelling 8
William BURGESS 36 Male White Virginia
Mary Ann BURGESS 34 Female White Virginia
Araminta BURGESS 12 Female White Virginia
George BURGESS 10 Male White Virginia
Stephen BURGESS 8 Male White Virginia
William G BURGESS 6 Male White Virginia
Thomas M BURGESS 4 Male White Virginia
Mary Ann BURGESS 2 Female White Virginia
1860 Kanawha County, West Virginia Census Clendenin Dwelling 1348
William Burgess 48 Male White Virginia
Mary A Burgess 45 Female White Virginia
George Burgess 21 Male White Virginia
Stephenson S Burgess 19 Male White Virginia
William G Burgess 17 Male White Virginia
Thomas Burgess 15 Male White Virginia
Minerva Burgess 13 Female White Virginia
Keziah Burgess 11 Female White Virginia
James R Burgess 9 Male White Virginia
1870 Kanawha County, West Virginia Census Dwelling 238
Burgess, William 50 Male White Virginia
Burgess, Mary A 49 Female White Virginia
Burgess, Thomas 23 Male White Virginia
Burgess, Mary 21 Female White Virginia
Burgess, Keziah 17 Female White Virginia
Burgess, James 14 Male White Virginia
Burgess, Harrison 8 Male White Virginia
William married (MRIN:49) Mary Ann MCDONALD-102 daughter of Richard MCDONALD-4953 and Mary INGRAM-4954 (MRIN:76) about 1835 in , Logan, Virginia, USA. Mary was born about 1815 in , Giles, Virginia, USA.
They had the following children:
+ 278 F i. Araminta BURGESS-199 was born on 5 Aug 1837. She died on 8 Apr 1917.
279 M ii. George BURGESS-200 was born about 1840 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
+ 280 M iii. Stephen BURGESS-201 was born about 1842.
281 M iv. William G BURGESS-202 was born about 1844 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
282 M v. Thomas M BURGESS-203 was born about 1846 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
283 F vi. Mary Ann BURGESS-204 was born about 1847 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
284 M vii. Lewis BURGESS-206 was born about 1849 in , Logan, Virginia, USA. He died on 24 Dec 1854 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
285 F viii. BURGESS-207 was born on 20 Nov 1855 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
286 M ix. Russell BURGESS-208 was born on 29 Sep 1856 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
54. Thomas BURGESS-1686 (Thomas, William) was born in 1815 in , Giles, Virginia, USA. He died before 1880 in , Wyoming County, West Virginia, USA, USA.
istory of Wyoming County by Mary Keller Bowman page 408
John Allen Senior, name of wife not known, was an early settler on Laurel Fork. In 1856 he took up 72
acres of land which was later owned by John O. Cook. His children were
Nehemiah, killed in Civil War
John Allen Junior ";called Crap"; married Elizabeth Lafferty. He was murdered by Union men;
Britton Allen (born 1826) married Frances Roach (born 1827), daughter of Reuben Roach;
and Juliet who married Edward Roach, son of Reuben Roach
Harriet, who married Tom Burgess
and Larkin Allen who married Betty Massey.
1850 Logan County, West Virginia Census Dwelling 39
Thomas BURGESS 36 Male White Farmer Virginia
Harriet BURGESS 30 Female White Virginia
Lucy BURGESS 2 Female White Virginia
Wynna BURGESS 85 Female White Virginia
1860 Logan County, West Virginia Census Dwelling 208
Thomas BURGESS 46 Male White Virginia $100.00
Harriet BURGESS 37 Female White Virginia
John BURGESS 15 Male White Virginia
Nancy J BURGESS 14 Female White Virginia
Gordon BURGESS 10 Male White Virginia
Rebecca BURGESS 7 Female White Virginia
Ballard BURGESS 2 Male White Virginia
1870 Logan County, West Virginia Censuss Tridelphia District Dwelling 129
Thomas BURGESS 60 Male White Virginia
Harriet BURGESS 48 Female White Virginia
Gordon BURGESS 20 Male White Virginia
Rebecca BURGESS 18 Female White Virginia
Sarah BURGESS 14 Female White West Virginia
Ballard BURGESS 13 Male White West Virginia
Amanda BURGESS 9 Female White West Virginia
1880 Wyoming County, West Virginia Census
Patterson ELKINS Male White 25 WV Farmer WV WV
Rebecca ELKINS Female White 24 WV K House WV WV
William B ELKINS Male White 1 WV WV WV
Harriett BURGESS Female White 58 WV NC NC
Who is this Ballard Burgess found in the 1880 Wyoming County, West Virginia Census
1880 Wyoming County, West Virginia Census Oceana District
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's
Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Ballard BURGESS Self M Male W 28 WV Farmer WV WV
Mary BURGESS Wife M Female W 28 WV K. House WV
Allen BURGESS Son S Male W 6 WV WV WV
Flora BURGESS Dau S Female W 4 WV WV WV
Mary E. BURGESS Dau S Female W 3 WV WV WV
Rosa BURGESS Dau S Female W 1 WV WV WV
Census Place Oceana, Wyoming, West Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255416
NA Film Number T9-1416
Page Number 526B
Thomas married (MRIN:955) Harriet ALLEN-1688 daughter of John R ALLEN-3164 and Nancy DANIELS-3165 (MRIN:956) about 1843 in , Logan, Virginia, USA. Harriet was born in Aug 1822 in , , Virginia, USA. She died in 1900 in , Wyoming, West Virginia, USA.
They had the following children:
287 M i. John BURGESS-1690 was born about 1845 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
288 F ii. Nancy J BURGESS-1691 was born about 1846 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
289 F iii. Lucy BURGESS-1689 was born about 1848 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
+ 290 M iv. Gordon Ballard BURGESS-1687 was born on 5 Jul 1848. He died on 20 Dec 1897.
291 F v. Sarah BURGESS-1696 was born in 1851 in , Logan, Virginia, USA.
+ 292 F vi. Rebecca BURGESS-1692 was born about 1853. She died after 1900.
293 F vii. Annie BURGESS-3166 was born in Apr 1855 in , Logan, West Virginia, USA. She died on 22 Jul 1856 in , Logan, West Virginia, USA.
294 M viii. William Ballard BURGESS-1693 was born about 1858 in , Logan, Virginia, USA. He died on 15 Mar 1878 in , Wyoming, West Virginia, USA.
Wyoming County, West Virginia Death Records 1853-1894 Pauline Haga
10 William B Burgess died march 15, 1878 of ";Brain Fever"; at age 20 years 7 months
son of Thomas and Harriet Burgess born Logan County.
+ 295 F ix. Amanda BURGESS-1694 was born in May 1861.
55. Daniel Burgess BARKLEY-6940 (Susannah BURGESS, William).
Daniel married (1-MRIN:2319) Jane SHIELDS-6952 daughter of LIVING-6953 (MRIN:2325). Jane died about 1827 in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
They had the following children:
296 M i. William Shields BARKLEY-6955 was born on 16 Jun 1813.
William married (MRIN:2326) Louisa M AIKEN-6963 .
297 M ii. John A BARKLEY-6956 was born on 27 Aug 1814 in , , Tennessee, USA.
298 M iii. Ebenezer M BARKLEY-6957 was born on 28 May 1816 in , , Tennessee, USA.
299 F iv. Susannah Elizabeth BARKLEY-6958 was born on 8 May 1818 in , , Tennessee, USA.
Susannah married (MRIN:2327) BRIGHT-6964 .
300 F v. Sarah Ann BARKLEY-6959 was born in May 1820 in , , Tennessee, USA.
Sarah married (MRIN:2328) James PATTON-6965 .
301 M vi. Daniel Burgess BARKLEY-6961 was born in 1823 in Leesburg, Washington, Tennessee, USA. He died in 1823 in Leesburg, Washington, Tennessee, USA.
+ 302 M vii. Daniel Burgess BARKLEY-6960 was born on 16 Jul 1826. He died on 29 Nov 1895.
303 F viii. Amanda Jane BARKLEY-6962 was born on 16 May 1827 in Leesburg, Washington, Tennessee, USA.
Daniel married (2-MRIN:2320) Margaret Lucinda HANNA-6954 on 10 Jul 1828.
They had the following children:
304 M ix. Andrew Hanna BARKLEY-6967 was born on 5 Jul 1829 in , , Tennessee, USA.
305 F x. Margaret Lucinda BARKLEY-6968 was born on 7 Apr 1831 in , , Tennessee, USA.
306 M xi. Jacob Cameron BARKLEY-6969 was born on 17 Sep 1833 in , , Tennessee, USA.
57. Rebecca BARKLEY-6942 (Susannah BURGESS, William) was born on 22 Nov 1799.
Rebecca married (MRIN:2321) George COCHRAN-6948 on 25 Jul 1820.
They had the following children:
307 M i. William COCHRAN-6981 was born in , , Tennessee, USA.
308 F ii. Nancy Jane COCHRAN-6982 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
309 M iii. James COCHRAN-6983 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
310 M iv. John B COCHRAN-6984 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
311 F v. Sarah COCHRAN-6985 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
312 M vi. Daniel B COCHRAN-6986 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
313 M vii. Franklin D COCHRAN-6987 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
314 M viii. Ebenezer COCHRAN-6988 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
315 M ix. Samuel C COCHRAN-6989 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
316 M x. Jacob C COCHRAN-6990 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
317 M xi. Robert COCHRAN-6991 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
318 F xii. Margaret Angeline COCHRAN-6992 was born in Washington, Tennessee, USA.
59. John Talbott BARKLEY-6944 (Susannah BURGESS, William).
John married (MRIN:2323) LIVING-6950 .
They had the following children:
319 F i. LIVING-6993 .
320 M ii. LIVING-6994 .
321 F iii. LIVING-6995 .
322 M iv. LIVING-6996 .
323 F v. LIVING-6997 .
63. Jane Jiney BURGESS-676 (Garland, Edward Senior, William) was born in 1796 in , Floyd, Virginia, USA. She was christened in , Bedford, Virginia, USA.
Jane married (MRIN:460) Jeffrey PRESTON-677 son of Moses PRESTON-2612 and Frances ARTHUR-2755 (MRIN:461) on 25 Aug 1813 in , Floyd, Kentucky, USA. Jeffrey was born on 15 Oct 1795 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA. He died on 20 Oct 1869 in , Johnson, Kentucky, USA.
1840 Johnson County, Kentucky
Jeffrey PRESTON Male 2 1 0 1 2 0 1
Female 0 2 1 2 0 1
1850 Johnson County, Kentucky Census Dwelling 393-393
Jeffrey PRESTON 58 White Male Virginia
Jane PRESTON 56 White Female Virginia
Charlotte PRESTON 20 White Female Kentucky
Edy PRESTON 18 White Female Kentucky
Sarah L PRESTON 16 White Female Kentucky
Frances PRESTON 15 White Female Kentucky
William PRESTON 13 White Male Kentucky
Benjamin PRESTON 11 White Male Kentucky
Amanda PRESTON 7 White Female Kentucky
1850 Johnson County, Kentucky Census Dwelling 473
Wells Ward 31
Cenia Ward 25
Arla Ward 5
Washington Ward 4
Elizabeth Ward 1
Wells Ward 10/12
Clarinda PRESTON 9
1860 Johnson County, Kentucky Census Paintsville
Jeffrey PRESTON 70 White Male Virginia
Jinsey PRESTON 63 White Female Virginia
Betsy PRESTON 30 White Female Kentucky
Amanda PRESTON 18 White Female Kentucky
1870 Johnson County Kentucky Census
Dwelling 134 - 135
MAHON, Mason White Male 47 Kentucky
MAHON, Amanda White Female 27 Kentucky
MAHON, Eva White Female 1 Kentucky
MAHON, Frank White Male 6/12 Kentucky
PRESTON, Jane White Female 72 Kentucky To aged to work!
Descendants of Phillip Preston III
36. STEPHEN JEFFREY3 PRESTON (MOSES2, PHILLIP1, GEORGEA, GEORGEB, GEORGEC)
was born October 15, 1795 in Bedford Co., VA107 ,
and died October 20, 1869 in Peach Orchard, Lawrence Co., KY. He married PRICILLA MILLER
January 14, 1824 in Lawrence Co., KY108 ,
daughter of ROBERT MILLER and LEVINA BURGESS. She was born September 25, 1806 in Tazewell
Co., VA109 , and died November 1894 in Georges
Creek, Lawrence Co., KY110 . Notes for
STEPHEN JEFFREY PRESTON:Per The Big Sandy Valley by William Ely, page 73, written in 1887:
Stephen, the second son (of Moses), married Miss Miller, and like his brothers, settled on a farm
near where he lived in his boyhood. Here he lived, and here he died, at the age of seventy-four.
Although he had traveled through Indiana in early manhood, he returned to his native soil, happy to
keep his place among brothers and sisters. His wife, Pricie, was a devoted Methodist. She still lives, at
the age of eighty-one, active in body and mind. They have many descendants to honor their name.
Among them is Robert M. Preston, a bright, intelligent gentlemen of Peach Orchard. December
11, 1820, Signed bond for marriage of Archibald Borders and Jenny Preston (his sister). August 20,
1821 appointed constable in District 2. January 26, 1822, Indentured to Joseph Davis for $300.00
for 50 acres on Big Sandy. Listed in the Lawrence Co., KY Marriage Records: 14 Jan 1824,
Stephen Preston to Pricilla Miller (Per: Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern KY by William C.
Kozee, pg 135) Listed in the Lawrence Co., KY census 1850 = Stephen Preston=54, Pricy=44,
Robert=16, James=13, Nancy=9 and John=2 Listed in the Lawrence Co., KY census 1860 =
Stephen Preston=65, Prica=55, Robert=26, James W.=24, Jane=19 and John=13. Bible Record -
Preston family Bible published by the American Bible Society in 1851. Births and deaths for this family
are from family Bible records unless otherwise noted. The two youngest children of Stephen and Pricy
Miller Preston, Nancy Jane and John Burgess, are not listed in the Bible record. The following
comments regarding the handwriting in the Bible are from margin notations and comments by Patricia
Kelly Mansfield. There appears to be at least 3 different handwritings in this Bible. The last recordings in
this Bible appears to be made by Pricie Preston, granddaughter of Stephen. Descendants of this family
believe some of the recordings were made by John G. Preston, grandson of Stephen Preston and
brother to Pricie. John had beautiful handwriting according to his family and this is reflected in the Bible
records. There is another handwriting in the Bible which has been unidentified but possibly could be that
of Robert or Sarah Childers Preston. (Per: Donna Cox) More About STEPHEN JEFFREY
PRESTON:Burial: 1869, Moses Preston Cemetery, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co., KY111
e/Clara-Preston-OH/GENE8-0809.html> Notes for PRICILLA MILLER:Listed in the Lawrence Co.,
KY census records 1870 = Pricy Preston=64 (keeping house) and John=21 (Farm Laborer) Listed in
the Lawrence Co., KY census records 1880 = John B.=32 (Farmer), Susan=28, Eugene=5, Amelia=4
and Pricy=74 (Mother/Widow) Pricie's father Robert Miller was b. ca 1775 and her mother, Levina
Burgess was b. ca 1781 and d. ca 1828. Pricie is the granddaughter of Revolutionary War Capt. John
Miller, Sr. married Martha ?, Montgomery Co., Va. Levina Burgess was the daughter of Edward Burgess,
Sr. b. 1744, Bluestone River, died Dec. 3, 1835 married 1765 to Nancy Francis b. ca. 1747, d. 1823,
buried Georges Creek, Lawrence Co., KY. (Per: Frances Brackett) More About PRICILLA MILLER:
Alternate/Nickname: PricieBurial: 1894, Moses Preston Cemetery, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co.,
KY111 Children of STEPHEN PRESTON and
PRICILLA MILLER are:
i. CYNTHIA4 PRESTON, d. Unknown; m. ELIZHAN SWETNAM, January 31, 1839,
Lawrence Co., KY112 ; d. Unknown.
150. ii. TALITHA PRESTON, b.
September 26, 1828, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co., KY; d. March 09, 1905, Georges Creek, Lawrence
151. iii. SARILDA PRESTON, b.
June 20, 1830, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co., KY; d. February 01, 1911, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co.,
152. iv. ALBERT H. PRESTON,
b. June 16, 1831, Lawrence Co., KY; d. October 31, 1917, Lawrence Co., KY.
153. v. ROBERT MCDONALD
PRESTON, b. February 04, 1834, Lawrence Co., KY; d. July 22, 1917, Peach Orchard, Lawrence Co.,
154. vi. JAMES WALLACE
PRESTON, b. October 25, 1836, Lawrence Co., KY; d. April 12, 1917, Lawrence Co., KY.
155. vii. NANCY JANE
PRESTON, b. Abt. 1841, Peach Orchard, Lawrence Co., KY; d. Unknown.
156. viii. JOHN BURGESS
PRESTON, b. December 1847, Georges Creek, Lawrence Co., KY; d. 1927, Georges Creek, Lawrence
37. MOSES3 PRESTON II (MOSES2, PHILLIP1, GEORGEA, GEORGEB, GEORGEC) was born
May 02, 1797 in Bedford Co., VA113 , and died
November 28, 1868 in Graves Shoal, Lawrence Co., KY113
0809.html>. He married (1) ELIZABETH HANEY June 11, 1818 in Bedford Co., VA, daughter of
WILLIAM HANEY and SUSAN PRESTON. She was born 1797 in Bedford Co., VA113
-Preston-OH/GENE8-0809.html>, and died February 25, 1845 in Paintsville, Johnson Co., KY113
users/p/r/e/Clara-Preston-OH/GENE8-0809.html>. He married (2) NANCY MARTIN PEERY September
04, 1845 in Floyd Co., KY114 , daughter of DAVID
PEERY and ELEANOR HARMAN. She was born June 14, 1814 in Tazewell Co., VA115
Clara-Preston-OH/GENE8-0809.html>, and died May 26, 1883 in Paintsville, Johnson Co., KY116
users/p/r/e/Clara-Preston-OH/GENE8-0809.html>. Notes for MOSES PRESTON II:Per The Big
Sandy Valley by William Ely, pages 76-81 written in 1887: Moses, or ";Coby"; Preston, the third son of
Moses Preston and his wife, nee Miss Arthur, was one of the remarkable men whom the Sandy Valley
has developed. He was born near the birth of the present century, and on coming to manhood married
Elizabeth Haney, a woman of worth and great energy. She bore him a large family of children, who,
following in the footsteps of their honored parents, are the foremost citizens in the Sandy Valley and in
the homes they have hewn out in the far South-west. Soon after Mr. Preston's marriage with Miss
Haney, being of a restless disposition, he, with his young wife, moved to the Scioto Valley country; but,
finding chills and fever as abundant as good land, they shook the dust, or mud, from the soles of their
feet and hastened back to the Great Sandy country. While the move down to Scioto was attended with
expense, the plain, economical ways of life which Mr. Preston adopted in early life, and kept up until the
hour of his death, enabled him to return to the Sandy Valley with more material wealth than he had at
starting. On his return he settled on the place known at the time as the Spencer farm, now the Kise farm,
some miles below George's Creek. Here he lived many years, and prospered greatly. Alone, and
afterward with his brother-in-law, Archibald Borders, he was among the first to engage in peeling and
running tan-bark to Cincinnati, floating it down in barges, constructed, often, out of lumber sawed by
hand, called whip-sawing. He and his brother-in-law, Judge Borders, were as well and favorably known
to the old time tanners and other business men of the Queen City as are the great timber-dealers of the
present time known to the mill-men and builders in Cincinnati. He established a reputation for honesty
and fair-dealing unsurpassed by no one in the business; in some instances the bark went off without
being subject to measurement, so much confidence had the buyers in Mr. Preston's honesty. While tan-
bark was a specialty with him, he was almost as well known as a large timber-dealer. He also sent barge
-loads of hoop-poles and staves to the Cincinnati market. Dealing in bark, cooper-stuff, and saw-logs
combined seems to us to be sufficient for one man's busy attention; but to one with the business
foresight of ";Coby"; Preston this alone was insignificant, and at the same time he carried on a large
general store, and cultivated many farms. By applying business rules to every department of his
extended pursuits, he made money at all, and was never accused of overreaching the hireling that
wrought for him. About the time Johnson County was formed into a separate jurisdiction, which was
in 1843, Mr. Preston moved up to the mouth of Paint Creek, and ever after, as long as he lived, made
that place the center of his business enterprises, although he alternated his residence between the
mouth of Paint and Paintsville, one-half of a mile above, having good residences at both places. Like all
dwellers on the highway with a good house, he entertained the wayfaring man in a sumptuous style at
this home on the river. The wife of his youth, after sharing with him his sorrows and joys, and
assisting her husband by her good counsels and domestic skill, sickened and died, leaving behind a
number of sons, who, by following the good and wholesome advice given them by their mother, and
walking in the footsteps of their father, have, nearly all of them, come to the front as business men and
upright citizens in the vicinity where they were brought up. After the death of his first wife, Mr.
Preston married Nancy, a daughter of David Peery, of Tazewell County, Virginia. They lived in great
peace until his sudden death, in 1870. He and his wife being on a visit to his brother, Arthur, at Graves'
Shoal, after dinner he went to the barn to saddle the horses, to return with his wife to their home at
Paintsville, when one of the animals kicked him so severely that he died almost instantly. His death was
not only a sad blow to his family, but was profoundly regretted by the entire people of the valley; for in
more respects that one a prince among the people had fallen when the life went out of the body of
Moses, or Coby, Preston. While his death was sudden and unexpected to him and others, he had had
the sagacity to make ample provision for his wife, and had, as his sons started out in business, aided
them with a liberal hand; so that no family jar rent the bonds that bound the family together, after he had
left the busy haunts of men. Mr. Preston was an honest man, the noblest work of God. Coby, or
Moses, Preston took a deep interest in political affairs, although he was never an office seeker. He
ignored, to some extent, Church formularies, but squared his life by the Golden Rule. His portrait will be
recognized by the old-time Sandians as one of peculiar correctness. The modern built brick
mansion, the Paintsville residence of his son, Captain Frank Preston, bears testimony to the progress of
architecture in the Sandy Valley. He is, in some respects, the representative of the family. He is a man
of wealth, character, and enterprise, and has the confidence of the entire community in which he lives,
as a merchant, a timber-dealer, a steamboatman, and general business man. He married into one of the
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