Lucy Hawkins

Female, #1041
Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
4th great-granddaughter of Sir John Hawkins
FatherPhilemon Hawkins d. May 6, 1779
MotherSarah Smith
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Lucy Hawkins.  
Marriage - no infoShe married Capt Jeremiah Craig, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1,2,3 
Birth of Sonafter 1768Her son Hawkins was born after 1768 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Lucy's death. 

Family

Capt Jeremiah Craig b. a 1753, d. 1827
Children 1.Hawkins Craig b. after 1768
 2.Elijah Craig
 3.Cerena Craig
 4.Lewis Craig
Last EditedOct 26, 2007

Citations

  1. [S851] The Hawkins Family, Ann Woodlief, this source may be viewed at http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/home/hawkins.html, is no longer valid., reviewed update of August 20, 1997.
  2. [S852] Craig Family Genealogy, Ann Woodlief, this source may be viewed at http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/home/craig.html (no longer valid), reviewed update of August 20, 1997.
  3. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.

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(given name not known) Wood or Weeds

Female, #1042
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for (given name not known) Wood or Weeds.  
Marriage - no infoShe married Capt Jeremiah Craig, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of (given name not known)'s death. 

Family

Capt Jeremiah Craig b. a 1753, d. 1827
Last EditedOct 26, 2007

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.

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Nancy Sturman

Female, #1043, b. 1753, d. September 19, 1831
Birth1753Nancy was born 1753 in Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage1777She married Rev Benjamin Craig, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins, 1777 in Virginia.2  
Birth of SonSeptember 21, 1777Her son Benjamin was born September 21, 1777 in an unknown place .2 
Marriage of Son1799Her son, Benjamin Craig, married Elizabeth Morris in 1799.2 
Marriage of Son1805Her son, George Craig, married Elizabeth Morton in 1805 in Clark County, Indiana
Marriage of Daughter1808Her daugher, Polly Craig, married James Mitchum in 1808 in Fayette County, Kentucky.3 
Death of SpouseDecember 5, 1822She was widowed when her husband, Benjamin, died on December 5, 1822.4,2,1 
DeathSeptember 19, 1831Nancy died September 19, 1831 in Carroll County, Kentucky.2,1  

Family

Rev Benjamin Craig b. 30 Mar 1751, d. 5 Dec 1822
Children 1.Benjamin Craig b. Sep 21, 1777, d. Jan 1, 1847
 2.Joseph Craig
 3.Nancy Craig
 4.Elizabeth Craig
 5.Silas Craig
 6.George Craig
 7.Sally Craig
 8.Thomas Craig
 9.Levi Craig
 10.Polly Craig
 11.Lewis Craig
Nickname Nancy Sturman is also known as Ann.  
Last EditedOct 14, 2003

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.
  2. [S852] Craig Family Genealogy, Ann Woodlief, this source may be viewed at http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/home/craig.html (no longer valid), reviewed update of August 20, 1997.
  3. [S527] Ermina Jett Darnell, Forks of Elkhorn Church.
  4. [S553] Kentucky Genealogist,.

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John Sanders

Male, #1044, b. between 1740 and 1760
Birthbetween 1740 and 1760John was born between 1740 and 1760 in Virginia Colony .1 
Marriageabout 1762He married Jane Craig, daughter of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins, about 1762 in an unknown place .2  
Death - no dateJohn died on an unknown date in Carroll County, Kentucky.1 
Last EditedMar 13, 2011

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.

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Frances Smith

Female, #1045, d. April 18, 1802
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Frances Smith.  
Marriage - no infoShe married Rev Elijah Craig, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Marriage of DaughterJuly 22, 1784Her daugher, Lydia Craig, married Samuel Boone Grant on July 22, 1784 in Orange County, Virginia.2,1 
Birth of Daughter1786Her daughter Mary was born 1786 in Virginia.1 
DeathApril 18, 1802Frances died April 18, 1802 in Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky.1  

Family

Rev Elijah Craig b. 1738, d. 18 May 1808
Children 1.John Dyer Craig
 2.Lydia Craig
 3.Simeon Craig
 4.Joel Craig
 5.Lucy Craig
 6.Mary Craig b. 1786
Last EditedJul 1, 1998

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.
  2. [S527] Ermina Jett Darnell, Forks of Elkhorn Church, page 112.

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Elizabeth Johnson

Female, #1046, b. 1738, d. August 26, 1808
Birth1738Elizabeth was born 1738 in Orange County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage - no dateShe married he, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins, in Virginia Colony . I have no information on the date of the marriage.1 
Birth of SonFebruary, 1760Her son John was born February, 1760 in Orange County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterJuly 17, 1760Her daughter Mary was born July 17, 1760 in Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonJuly 10, 1764Her son Toliver was born July 10, 1764 in Orange County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonApril 11, 1775Her son Elijah was born April 11, 1775 in Orange County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonMarch 23, 1780Her son Nathaniel was born March 23, 1780 in Virginia.1 
Marriage of Daughter1782Her daugher, Mary Craig, married Francis Gholson in 1782 in Botetourt County, Virginia.2,1 
Marriage of SonJuly 18, 1787Her son, Toliver Craig III, married Martha Wright on July 18, 1787 in Fayette County, Virginia (now Kentucky).2,1 
Marriage of SonJanuary 12, 1792Her son, John Hawkins Craig, married Alice Todd on January 12, 1792 in Botetourt County, Virginia.2,3 
Marriage of DaughterJune 24, 1796Her daugher, Nancy Craig, married James Bell on June 24, 1796 in Scott County, Kentucky.2,1 
Marriage of SonJune 20, 1799Her son, Elijah Craig, married Agnes Hawkins on June 20, 1799 in Scott County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage of Son1804Her son, Nathaniel Craig, married Mary Elley in 1804 in Scott County, Kentucky.1 
DeathAugust 26, 1808Elizabeth died August 26, 1808 in Scott County, Kentucky.1  

Family

Taliaferro Craig Jr b. 1736, d. 20 Mar 1819
Children 1.John Hawkins Craig+ b. Feb, 1760, d. Sep 27, 1829
 2.Johnson Craig
 3.William Craig d. 1839
 4.Nancy Craig
 5.Margaret Craig
 6.Annie Craig
 7.Mary Craig b. Jul 17, 1760
 8.Toliver Craig III b. Jul 10, 1764, d. 1832
 9.Elijah Craig b. Apr 11, 1775, d. Dec 10, 1842
 10.Nathaniel Craig b. Mar 23, 1780, d. Apr 26, 1833
Last EditedOct 14, 2003

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.
  2. [S527] Ermina Jett Darnell, Forks of Elkhorn Church, page 111.
  3. [S460] Bluegrass Roots, Kentucky Genealogical Society.

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Elizabeth Sanders

Female, #1047, b. 1740, d. 1825
FatherHugh Sanders d. 1781
MotherCatherine (surname not known) wife of Hugh Sanders d. after 1781
Birth1740Elizabeth was born 1740 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1765Her son Whitfield was born 1765 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage1766She married Rev Lewis Craig, son of Taliaferro Craig Sr and Mary Hawkins, 1766 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of Son1767Her son John was born 1767 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1767Her daughter Elizabeth was born 1767 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1769Her son Lewis was born 1769 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1771Her son Elijah was born 1771 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1775Her daughter Sarah was born 1775 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1776Her daughter Frances was born 1776 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1777Her daughter Catherine was born 1777 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.1 
Marriage of DaughterMay 1, 1781Her daugher, Elizabeth Craig, married Rev William Miller Bledsoe on May 1, 1781 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.2,1 
Birth of Daughter1781Her daughter Mary was born 1781 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.1 
Death of Father1781Her father, Hugh, died in 1781.. 
Birth of Son1783Her son John was born 1783 in Virginia.1 
Death of Sonabout 1783Her son, John, died about 1783.1 
Death of DaughterJanuary 18, 1786Her daughter, Elizabeth, died on January 18, 1786.1 
Marriage of DaughterFebruary 10, 1791Her daugher, Frances Craig, married Gen David Chiles on February 10, 1791 in Virginia.2,1 
Marriage of SonDecember 22, 1795Her son, John Craig, married Catherine Pattie on December 22, 1795 in Mason County, Kentucky.1 
Death of SonOctober 10, 1807Her son, Whitfield, died on October 10, 1807.1 
Marriage of SonFebruary 28, 1808Her son, Whitfield T Craig, married Charlotte Lambkin on February 28, 1808 in Mason County, Kentucky. Either his death date or marriage date is wrong..1 
Death1825Elizabeth died 1825 in Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky.1  

Family

Rev Lewis Craig b. 1737, d. 1828
Children 1.Whitfield T Craig b. 1765, d. Oct 10, 1807
 2.John Craig b. 1767, d. before Feb 22, 1838
 3.Elizabeth Craig b. 1767, d. Jan 18, 1786
 4.Lewis Craig Jr b. 1769, d. 1839
 5.Elijah Craig b. 1771
 6.Sarah Craig b. 1775
 7.Frances Craig b. 1776, d. Apr 11, 1834
 8.Catherine Craig b. 1777
 9.Mary Craig b. 1781, d. before 1806
 10.John Lewis Craig b. 1783, d. about 1783
Last EditedOct 13, 2003

Citations

  1. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.
  2. [S527] Ermina Jett Darnell, Forks of Elkhorn Church, page 112.

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Nicholas Faulconer

Male, #1048, b. about 1660, d. before March 20, 1743
Relationships7th great-grandfather of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Grandson of Thomas Faulconer
FatherDavid Faulconer b. about 1625, d. before Feb 10, 1693
MotherJudith (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer
Birthabout 1660Nicholas was born about 1660 in Rappahannock County, Virginia Colony .1,2 
Marriage - no infoHe married (given name not known) Newton. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1,2 
Birth of Sonbefore October 15, 1712His son David was born before October 15, 1712 in an unknown place .1 
Marriage - no infoHe married Sybilla (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer Sr. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1,2 
Birth of Sonabout 1720His son Nicholas was born about 1720 in an unknown place .1,2 
Birth of Sonabout 1722His son John was born about 1722 in Essex County, Virginia Colony .3,1,2 
Birth of Sonbefore 1723His son Samuel was born before 1723 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonbefore 1723His son Thomas was born before 1723 in an unknown place .1,2 
Birth of Daughterbefore 1725His daughter Sarah was born before 1725 in an unknown place .1 
Deathbefore March 20, 1743Nicholas died before March 20, 1743 in Essex County, Virginia Colony .1,2  

Family 1

(given name not known) Newton d. b 15 Oct 1712
Child 1.David Faulconer b. before Oct 15, 1712, d. 1751

Family 2

Sybilla (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer Sr d. a 18 Oct 1743
Children 1.Nicholas Faulconer Jr b. about 1720, d. before Jun 15, 1789
 2.John Faulconer+ b. about 1722, d. between 1790 and 1799
 3.Samuel Faulconer b. before 1723, d. after Jul 3, 1798
 4.Thomas Faulconer b. before 1723
 5.Sarah Faulconer b. before 1725
 6.James Faulconer
 7.Mary Faulconer
 8.Martha Faulconer
 9.Frances Faulconer
 10.Elizabeth Faulconer
 11.Ann Faulconer
WillNovember 23, 1741He made a will on November 23, 1741 in St Anne's Parish, Virginia Colony .2 
ProbateSeptember 20, 1743The will of Nicholas was probated on September 20, 1743 in Essex County, Virginia Colony .2 
Last EditedOct 11, 2000

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [S1946] J William Mann, Faulconers of Virginia and Related Families of Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, Virginia.
  3. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.

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Sybilla (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer Sr1

Female, #1049, d. after October 18, 1743
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Sybilla (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer Sr.  
Marriage - no infoShe married Nicholas Faulconer, son of David Faulconer and Judith (surname not known) wife of Nicholas Faulconer. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.2,3 
Birth of Sonabout 1720Her son Nicholas was born about 1720 in an unknown place .2,3 
Birth of Sonabout 1722Her son John was born about 1722 in Essex County, Virginia Colony .4,2,3 
Birth of Sonbefore 1723Her son Samuel was born before 1723 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Sonbefore 1723Her son Thomas was born before 1723 in an unknown place .2,3 
Birth of Daughterbefore 1725Her daughter Sarah was born before 1725 in an unknown place .2 
Deathafter October 18, 1743Sybilla died after October 18, 1743 in an unknown place .2  

Family

Nicholas Faulconer b. a 1660, d. b 20 Mar 1743
Children 1.Nicholas Faulconer Jr b. about 1720, d. before Jun 15, 1789
 2.John Faulconer+ b. about 1722, d. between 1790 and 1799
 3.Samuel Faulconer b. before 1723, d. after Jul 3, 1798
 4.Thomas Faulconer b. before 1723
 5.Sarah Faulconer b. before 1725
 6.James Faulconer
 7.Mary Faulconer
 8.Martha Faulconer
 9.Frances Faulconer
 10.Elizabeth Faulconer
 11.Ann Faulconer
Last EditedNov 18, 2006

Citations

  1. Name also spelled Sibbalah and Sebalah.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  3. [S1946] J William Mann, Faulconers of Virginia and Related Families of Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, Virginia.
  4. [S1193] Lineage of Taliaferro Craig, this source may be viewed at http://www.geocities.com/taliaferro/talone.htm, reviewed update of 29 June 1998.

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Squire Boone

Male, #1050, b. November 25, 1696, d. January 2, 1765
Relationships7th great-grandfather of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherGeorge Boone III b. Mar 10, 1665/66, d. Jul 27, 1744
MotherMary Milton Maugridge b. Dec, 1668, d. Feb 2, 1740/41
BirthNovember 25, 1696Squire was born November 25, 1696 in Bradninch, Devonshire, England.1,2,3 
MarriageSeptember 23, 1720He married Sarah Morgan, daughter of Edward Morgan and Elizabeth Jarman, September 23, 1720 in Gwynned Church Meeting, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .4,5  
Birth of DaughterJune 7, 1724His daughter Sarah was born June 7, 1724 near Chalfont , New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony .3 
Birth of SonMay 9, 1726His son Israel was born May 9, 1726 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonMay 20, 1728His son Samuel was born May 20, 1728 in New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonDecember 6, 1730His son Jonathan was born December 6, 1730 in New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of DaughterFebruary 5, 1733/34His daughter Elizabeth was born February 5, 1733/34 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonSeptember 22, 1734His son Daniel was born September 22, 1734 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .6 
Birth of DaughterNovember 3, 1736His daughter Mary was born November 3, 1736 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonNovember 30, 1740His son Edward was born November 30, 1740 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .6 
Birth of SonJanuary 2, 1740/41His son George was born January 2, 1740/41 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Death of MotherFebruary 2, 1740/41His mother, Mary, died on February 2, 1740/41.4 
Marriage of DaughterMay 29, 1742His daughter, Sarah Cassandra Boone, married John Willcockson on May 29, 1742 in Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .3 
Death of FatherJuly 27, 1744His father, George, died on July 27, 1744. 
Birth of SonOctober 5, 1744His son Squire was born October 5, 1744 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
Birth of DaughterAugust 24, 1746His daughter Hannah was born August 24, 1746 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
Marriage of SonDecember 31, 1747His son, Israel Boone, married Martha Farmer on December 31, 1747 in Rockingham, Virginia Colony .7 
Marriage of Daughterabout 1750His daughter, Elizabeth Boone, married William Grant Jr about 1750 in Yadkin River, North Carolina Colony
Marriage of Daughterabout 1755His daughter, Mary Boone, married William Bryan about 1755 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .4 
Death of SonJune 26, 1756His son, Israel, died on June 26, 1756.7 
Marriage of SonAugust 14, 1756His son, Daniel Boone, married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .6 
Marriage of Son1758His son, Edward Boone, married Martha Bryan in 1758 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .6 
DeathJanuary 2, 1765Squire died January 2, 1765 in Rowan County, North Carolina at age 68. He left a widow, Sarah.8,5  
BurialHis body was buried in Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, Davie County, North Carolina.9 

Family

Sarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
Children 1.Sarah Cassandra Boone+ b. Jun 7, 1724, d. 1815
 2.Israel Boone+ b. May 9, 1726, d. Jun 26, 1756
 3.Samuel Boone b. May 20, 1728, d. about 1816
 4.Jonathan Boone b. Dec 6, 1730, d. about 1808
 5.Elizabeth Boone b. Feb 5, 1733/34, d. Feb 25, 1825
 6.Daniel Boone+ b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
 7.Mary Boone b. Nov 3, 1736, d. 1819
 8.Edward Boone b. Nov 30, 1740, d. Oct 5, 1780
 9.George Boone+ b. Jan 2, 1740/41, d. Nov 14, 1820
 10.Squire Boone Jr+ b. Oct 5, 1744, d. Aug 5, 1815
 11.Hannah Boone+ b. Aug 24, 1746, d. Apr 9, 1828
Note-Yount ResearchSquire Boone Squire Boone, son of George and Mary (Milton) Boone, was born on the "Fourth day of the Week, between 11 and 12 in the Forenoon, on the 25th day of November, 1696." The record of the monthly meeting of the Society of Friends, held at the hamlet of North Wales in Gwynedd Township, in Pennsylvania, shows, that
"Squire Boone, son of George, of Philadelphia Co., yeoman, married to Sarah Morgan, daughter of Edward Morgan, of same county, at Gwynedd Meeting House, 7-13-1720." She was a "sister to the father of Colo. Daniel Morgan of the Revolution Rifle Men."
In the year 1730 Squire Boone purchased from Ralph Ashton, by deed dated October 20, 1730, a tract of 158 3/4 acres situated in his father's Township of Oley, in the then Philadelphia County, on the East side of the Schuylkill River, eight miles Southeast of the present City of Reading and a mile and one-half from Exeter meeting house.

Squire Boone retained his land in Philadelphia County until April 11, 1750 on which date he conveyed it to William Mogridge, and with his family of eleven children moved to North Carolina and settled on the banks of the Yadkin River near Holman's Ford, in what was then Rowan, but now Davidson County; the home of the Boone family being on a high hill overlooking the Yadkin River at a point about eight miles from Wilkesboro. The cabin occupied by them has been rebuilt by the "Daniel Boone Memorial Association of North Carolina," which Association was created by act of the General Assembly of North Carolina in the year 1909, "with power to purchase and hold lands and other property, to erect suitable memorials, to solicit and collect funds, together with historical materials, and to do all such things as are necessary to perpetuate the memory of the life of Daniel Boone in North Carolina." At the time of the removal of Squire Boone, with his family, to North Carolina Daniel was sixteen years of age and helped in the working of his father's farm and in the family smithy, for his father being a weaver and farmer was also a blacksmith.
It was while living here that Daniel Boone received a common school education

A few years before Squire Boone moved to North Carolina, one Morgan Bryan, with a family of seven sons and one daughter, all grown, moved from Virginia to North Carolina and settled in the forks of the Yadkin River, at a place which was afterwards called "Bryan's Settlement." (k, 22C 22.)
Joseph Bryan, the eldest of these sons, had several children, among whom were Rebeccah and Martha. Rebeccah, born January 9, 1739, became the wife of Daniel Boone; Martha became the wife of Edward Boone brother of Daniel. William Bryan, the sixth son of Morgan Bryan, married Mary Boone, sister of Daniel, the Boones and Bryans thus establishing a relationship from which have sprung numerous descendants now living in all parts of the United States.
crossing the Kentucky River at Boonesborough and settled Bryan's Station, "sixteen miles North of Boonesborough" (k.22, C.22) on the North fork of the Elkhorn River, five miles Northeast of the present site of Lexington in Fayette County, where they cleared sixty acres and planted corn. Leaving two men to care for the corn, they returned to North Carolina to bring their families to Kentucky in the fall following, but the Cherokee Indians at that time had commenced war against the frontier of Virginia and North and South Carolina, which prevented the Bryans' return to Kentucky, until April 1779, when they were again at the Bryan camp; they "erected a small fort and put in a crop of corn, then returned to North Carolina to move the family to Bryan's Station," (k.22 C.22) leaving several men, including Samuel Bryan and William Grant, who had married a sister of Daniel Boone, with their respective families, to protect the fort. In the summer of 1779, William Bryan, with his brothers, Joseph, Morgan and James, and their families, and a number of their neighbors, all emigrated to Kentucky and settled at Bryan's Station, where they built a number of cabins and enlarged the fort. Collins History of Kentucky, Vol. 2, page 186, says:
"Bryan's Station, about five miles Northeast of Lexington, was settled by the Bryans in 1779, In 1781, Bryan's Station was much harassed by small parties of Indians."
"This was a frontier post, and greatly exposed to the hostilities of the savages. It had been settled in 1779 by four brothers from North Carolina, one of whom, William, had married a sister of Colonel Daniel Boone."3
 
MigrationHemigrated in Upper Schullkyville River Valley.10 
Note-ShackelfordHe Source for Sarah Morgan's birthplace and marriage date:
Ancestors of Hal Prestridge
Entries: 26320 Updated: Fri Apr 25 20:33:17 2003 Contact: HalPrestridge.10 
(brother) Immigrationabout 1713He was a brother of George Boone IV when he immigrated in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Colony , about 1713. 
DeedApril 11, 1750Squire Boone sold property to William Maugridge on April 11, 1750 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.5 
Last EditedFeb 19, 2010

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998, page 11, year and place.
  2. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox).
  3. [S3738] Janice Yount, Johnson - Cook Families - Family Tree Maker File, (received) June 1, 2007.
  4. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  5. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  6. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.
  7. [S3971] World Wide Web, Genealogy of Charlie Cook, Charles Lowell Cook Jr, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=clowell,.
  8. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998, Scroggins GEDCOM also has a note about "The old Joppa Presbyterian Meeting Hous, where Squire Boone and hi..."
  9. [S924] Willard Rouse Jillson, Squire Boone, A Sketch of His Life and an Appraisement of His Infuluence on the Early Settlement of Kentucky (An Address before The Filson Club, March 2, 1942).
  10. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.

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Sarah Morgan

Female, #1051, b. 1700, d. 1777
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
FatherEdward Morgan d. after 1700
MotherElizabeth Jarman1
Birth1700Sarah was born 1700 in Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2,1 
MarriageSeptember 23, 1720She married Squire Boone, son of George Boone III and Mary Milton Maugridge, September 23, 1720 in Gwynned Church Meeting, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2,3  
Birth of DaughterJune 7, 1724Her daughter Sarah was born June 7, 1724 near Chalfont , New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
Birth of SonMay 9, 1726Her son Israel was born May 9, 1726 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonMay 20, 1728Her son Samuel was born May 20, 1728 in New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonDecember 6, 1730Her son Jonathan was born December 6, 1730 in New Britain Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of DaughterFebruary 5, 1733/34Her daughter Elizabeth was born February 5, 1733/34 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonSeptember 22, 1734Her son Daniel was born September 22, 1734 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
Birth of DaughterNovember 3, 1736Her daughter Mary was born November 3, 1736 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Birth of SonNovember 30, 1740Her son Edward was born November 30, 1740 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
Birth of SonJanuary 2, 1740/41Her son George was born January 2, 1740/41 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Marriage of DaughterMay 29, 1742Her daugher, Sarah Cassandra Boone, married John Willcockson on May 29, 1742 in Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
Birth of SonOctober 5, 1744Her son Squire was born October 5, 1744 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2 
Birth of DaughterAugust 24, 1746Her daughter Hannah was born August 24, 1746 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2 
Marriage of SonDecember 31, 1747Her son, Israel Boone, married Martha Farmer on December 31, 1747 in Rockingham, Virginia Colony .5 
Marriage of Daughterabout 1750Her daugher, Elizabeth Boone, married William Grant Jr about 1750 in Yadkin River, North Carolina Colony
Marriage of Daughterabout 1755Her daugher, Mary Boone, married William Bryan about 1755 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .2 
Death of SonJune 26, 1756Her son, Israel, died on June 26, 1756.5 
Marriage of SonAugust 14, 1756Her son, Daniel Boone, married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .4 
Marriage of Son1758Her son, Edward Boone, married Martha Bryan in 1758 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .4 
Marriage of Sonabout 1764Her son, George Boone, married Ann Linville about 1764. 
(widow) DeathJanuary 2, 1765Sarah was widowed when her husband, Squire, died on January 2, 1765.6,3 
Marriage of DaughterFebruary 14, 1765Her daugher, Hannah Boone, married John Stewart on February 14, 1765 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .2,7 
Marriage of SonAugust 8, 1765Her son, Squire Boone Jr, married Jane Van Cleve on August 8, 1765 in North Carolina Colony .2 
Death1777Sarah died 1777 in Rowan County, North Carolina.2  
BurialHer body was buried in Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, Davie County, North Carolina.8 

Family

Squire Boone b. 25 Nov 1696, d. 2 Jan 1765
Children 1.Sarah Cassandra Boone+ b. Jun 7, 1724, d. 1815
 2.Israel Boone+ b. May 9, 1726, d. Jun 26, 1756
 3.Samuel Boone b. May 20, 1728, d. about 1816
 4.Jonathan Boone b. Dec 6, 1730, d. about 1808
 5.Elizabeth Boone b. Feb 5, 1733/34, d. Feb 25, 1825
 6.Daniel Boone+ b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
 7.Mary Boone b. Nov 3, 1736, d. 1819
 8.Edward Boone b. Nov 30, 1740, d. Oct 5, 1780
 9.George Boone+ b. Jan 2, 1740/41, d. Nov 14, 1820
 10.Squire Boone Jr+ b. Oct 5, 1744, d. Aug 5, 1815
 11.Hannah Boone+ b. Aug 24, 1746, d. Apr 9, 1828
Last EditedJan 15, 2008

Citations

  1. [S3738] Janice Yount, Johnson - Cook Families - Family Tree Maker File, (received) June 1, 2007.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  4. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.
  5. [S3971] World Wide Web, Genealogy of Charlie Cook, Charles Lowell Cook Jr, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=clowell,.
  6. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998, Scroggins GEDCOM also has a note about "The old Joppa Presbyterian Meeting Hous, where Squire Boone and hi..."
  7. [S3312] Jan Porter Ahola, e-mail to Garril L Kueber June 5, 2006.
  8. [S924] Willard Rouse Jillson, Squire Boone, A Sketch of His Life and an Appraisement of His Infuluence on the Early Settlement of Kentucky (An Address before The Filson Club, March 2, 1942).

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George Willcockson

Male, #1052, d. about 1739
Relationships7th great-grandfather of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Son of John Willcockson
FatherJohn Willcockson b. Sep 14, 1667
MotherDorothy Hall
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for George Willcockson.  
MarriageApril 15, 1719He married Elizabeth Powell, daughter of Rowland Powell and Maud Richard, April 15, 1719 in Haverford Meeting, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .1  
Birth of SonSeptember 6, 1720His son John was born September 6, 1720 in Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1724His son Isaac was born about 1724 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1730His son George was born about 1730 in an unknown place .1,3 
Birth of Daughterabout 1735His daughter Mary was born about 1735 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
Deathabout 1739George died about 1739 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He left a widow, Elizabeth.1  

Family

Elizabeth Powell b. 10 Mar 1696, d. 1740
Children 1.Hannah Willcockson+ d. after 1810
 2.John Willcockson+ b. Sep 6, 1720, d. between 1798 and 1805
 3.Isaac Willcockson+ b. about 1724, d. about Sep, 1766
 4.George Willcockson Jr+ b. about 1730, d. Sep, 1785
 5.Mary Willcockson b. about 1735
Name Variation George Willcockson was also known as George Wilcox.5 
Last EditedFeb 21, 2010

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [S3738] Janice Yount, Johnson - Cook Families - Family Tree Maker File, (received) June 1, 2007, This source has the birth place as Wales, Cossal Notts, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 50.
  4. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998, 'orphan daughter of Elizabeth Willcockson (Wilcox), widow of George.'
  5. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.

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Elizabeth Powell

Female, #1053, b. March 10, 1696, d. 1740
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
FatherRowland Powell
MotherMaud Richard d. before Apr 2, 1708
BirthMarch 10, 1696Elizabeth was born March 10, 1696 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
MarriageApril 15, 1719She married George Willcockson, son of John Willcockson and Dorothy Hall, April 15, 1719 in Haverford Meeting, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .1  
Birth of SonSeptember 6, 1720Her son John was born September 6, 1720 in Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1724Her son Isaac was born about 1724 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1730Her son George was born about 1730 in an unknown place .1,3 
Birth of Daughterabout 1735Her daughter Mary was born about 1735 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .4 
(widow) Deathabout 1739Elizabeth was widowed when her husband, George, died about 1739.1 
Death1740Elizabeth died 1740 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .1  

Family

George Willcockson d. a 1739
Children 1.Hannah Willcockson+ d. after 1810
 2.John Willcockson+ b. Sep 6, 1720, d. between 1798 and 1805
 3.Isaac Willcockson+ b. about 1724, d. about Sep, 1766
 4.George Willcockson Jr+ b. about 1730, d. Sep, 1785
 5.Mary Willcockson b. about 1735
Last EditedOct 25, 2007

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [S3738] Janice Yount, Johnson - Cook Families - Family Tree Maker File, (received) June 1, 2007, This source has the birth place as Wales, Cossal Notts, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 50.
  4. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998, 'orphan daughter of Elizabeth Willcockson (Wilcox), widow of George.'

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Eunice Gunn

Female, #1054
FatherJames Claude Gunn
MotherSarah Eunice Martin
RelationshipEunice Gunn is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Eunice is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Last EditedApr 17, 1995

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(given name not known) Baehr

Male, #1055
Relationship(given name not known) Baehr is a non-related spouse of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because (given name not known) is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 

Family

Eunice Gunn
Last EditedOct 1, 1996

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William B Cook

Male, #1056, b. between 1786 and 1792, d. June 15, 1835
Relationships1st cousin 5 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of Robert Jones
4th great-grandson of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
5th great-grandson of Chretien Du Bois
5th great-grandson of Matthieu Blanchan
3rd great-grandson of Jean Bodine
4th great-grandson of Jean Crocheron
6th great-grandson of Richard Cooke
3rd great-grandson of Duncan Bohannon
FatherJesse Cook b. about 1765, d. Apr 28, 1792
MotherElizabeth Bohannon b. May 20, 1769, d. Aug 2, 1821
Birthbetween 1786 and 1792William was born between 1786 and 1792 in an unknown place .1 
Death of FatherApril 28, 1792His father, Jesse, died on April 28, 1792.2 
MarriageFebruary 14, 1811He married Elizabeth Sacra, daughter of Isaac Sacra and Elizabeth George, February 14, 1811 in Shelby County, Kentucky. William Yount as bondsman.1,3,4,5  
Death of MotherAugust 2, 1821His mother, Elizabeth, died on August 2, 1821.6,7,1 
(widow) DeathMarch 5, 1830William was widowed when his wife, Elizabeth died on March 5, 1830.5 
DeathJune 15, 1835William died June 15, 1835 in an unknown place .1  

Family

Elizabeth Sacra b. 18 Jan 1786, d. 5 Mar 1830
Census 1820-partial1820William was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Barren County, Kentucky.8 
Census 1830-partial1830William was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Barren County, Kentucky.8 
Last EditedJun 26, 2011

Citations

  1. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 43.
  2. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 1.
  3. [S2806] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby County Kentucky Marriages 1792-1833, Marriage of Wm Cooke and Betsey Sacre.
  4. [S3929] Unknown author, Scroggins1-Cook File, page 31.
  5. [S3971] World Wide Web, Genealogy of Charlie Cook, Charles Lowell Cook Jr, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=clowell,.
  6. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  7. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 26.
  8. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.

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Seth Cook

Male, #1057, b. between 1786 and 1792
Relationships1st cousin 5 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of Robert Jones
4th great-grandson of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
5th great-grandson of Chretien Du Bois
5th great-grandson of Matthieu Blanchan
3rd great-grandson of Jean Bodine
4th great-grandson of Jean Crocheron
6th great-grandson of Richard Cooke
3rd great-grandson of Duncan Bohannon
FatherJesse Cook b. about 1765, d. Apr 28, 1792
MotherElizabeth Bohannon b. May 20, 1769, d. Aug 2, 1821
Birthbetween 1786 and 1792Seth was born between 1786 and 1792 in an unknown place .1 
MarriageDecember 23, 1815He married Nancy Jackson, daughter of John Jackson and Mary Hall, December 23, 1815 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Seth's death. 

Family

Nancy Jackson b. a 1793
Last EditedOct 23, 2009

Citations

  1. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 43.

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Sarah (surname not known) mother of Elizabeth Livingson

Female, #1058
RelationshipSarah (surname not known) mother of Elizabeth Livingson is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Sarah is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Sarah (surname not known) mother of Elizabeth Livingson.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Sarah's death. 

Family

Child 1.Elizabeth Livingston
Last EditedSep 22, 2000

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Abraham Bohannon

Male, #1059, b. between 1778 and 1779
Relationships1st cousin 5 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of Robert Jones
4th great-grandson of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
5th great-grandson of Chretien Du Bois
5th great-grandson of Matthieu Blanchan
3rd great-grandson of Jean Bodine
4th great-grandson of Jean Crocheron
6th great-grandson of Richard Cooke
3rd great-grandson of Duncan Bohannon
FatherJoshua Bohannon b. Dec, 1757, d. before Oct, 1781
MotherRhoda Cook b. about 1760
Birthbetween 1778 and 1779Abraham was born between 1778 and 1779 in Virginia.1,2,3 
Marriage1797He married Prudence Jones, daughter of John Jones and Mary Rentfro, 1797 in Woodford County, Kentucky.4,5  
Birth of Sonbetween 1797 and 1800His son Thomas was born between 1797 and 1800 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1800His daughter Mary was born about 1800 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonfrom 1800 to 1810His son Jesse was born from 1800 to 1810 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonNovember 11, 1802His son William was born November 11, 1802 in Kentucky.6 
Birth of Daughter1805His daughter Rhoda was born 1805 in Shelby County, Kentucky.7,8 
Birth of DaughterAugust 15, 1806His daughter Sarah was born August 15, 1806 in Kentucky.9,10 
Birth of Son1810His son Allen was born 1810 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonOctober 11, 1815His son Weston was born October 11, 1815 in Shelby County, Kentucky.11,12 
Birth of Daughterabout 1822His daughter Elizabeth was born about 1822 in Kentucky.11 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 24, 1824His daughter Lucinda was born January 24, 1824 in Oldham County, Kentucky.13 
Birth of DaughterMarch 9, 1826His daughter Emily was born March 9, 1826 in Shelby County, Kentucky.11 
Death - no dateAbraham died on an unknown date in Oldham County, Kentucky.2 

Family

Prudence Jones b. bt 1780 - 1781
Children 1.Thomas Bohannon+ b. between 1797 and 1800, d. before 1840
 2.Mary Bohannon+ b. about 1800
 3.Jesse Bohannon b. from 1800 to 1810
 4.William C Bohannon+ b. Nov 11, 1802, d. Nov 8, 1880
 5.George Z Bohannon15
 6.Rhoda Bohannon+ b. 1805, d. before 1860
 7.Sarah Bohannon+ b. Aug 15, 1806
 8.Allen Bohannon b. 1810
 9.Weston Bohannon+ b. Oct 11, 1815, d. Jun 23, 1871
 10.Elizabeth Bohannon b. about 1822
 11.Lucinda Bohannon+ b. Jan 24, 1824, d. Aug 30, 1905
 12.Emily Bohannon b. Mar 9, 1826, d. Aug 25, 1854
Church membershipAbraham Bohannon was a member of in Indian Fork Baptist Church, Shelby County, Kentucky.14,15 
OccupationAbraham Bohannon's occupation was Ordained a minister at Indian Fork Church.14,15 
Military Servicebetween February 4, 1805 and February 9, 1807He served in the military (He was a lieutenant in the 18th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia in Shelby County from 04 February 1805 until 09 February 1807.
) between February 4, 1805 and February 9, 1807.16,15 
Census 18101810Abraham was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Shelby County, Kentucky.17 
Census 18201820Abraham was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Shelby County, Kentucky.18 
(guardian) GuardianshipAugust 15, 1825Joseph Hedges Agee was listed as Joseph Hedges Agee's guardian on August 15, 1825 in Shelby County, Kentucky
Census 1830-partial1830Abraham was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Henry County, Kentucky.12 
Census 1840-partial1840Abraham was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Oldham County, Kentucky.12 
Census 1850August 23, 1850Abraham was listed as the head of a household with his wife Prudence Jones in the 1850 Census on August 23, 1850 in Oldham County, Kentucky. Abraham's occupation is listed as farmer. Other members of the household listed were Elizabeth Bohannon, Emily Bohannon, Elizabeth Hudson and William Allen Hudson There is also a George Zaring listed but I know of no relationship with the rest of the household.3
Last EditedNov 12, 2013

Citations

  1. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 34.
  2. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 72.
  3. [S3078] U.S. Census Kentucky 1850, Oldham Co, Division 1.
  4. [S527] Ermina Jett Darnell, Forks of Elkhorn Church, page 83, location and year.
  5. [S2678] William G Scroggins, John Jones (1733-1793), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Jones1_John_1733.pdf, page 1.
  6. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 40.
  7. [S1489] IGI (International Genealogical Index) Version 4.00 North America, has 1798.
  8. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 34 has circa 1805.
  9. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.
  10. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 34.
  11. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 35.
  12. [S5808] World Wide Web, Silliman Kurtz Olson Hafslund Ancestors, Carol Olson, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tayolson1, reviewed update of October 6, 2009.
  13. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, page 35.
  14. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, p. 29.
  15. [S3971] World Wide Web, Genealogy of Charlie Cook, Charles Lowell Cook Jr, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=clowell,.
  16. [S2443] William G Scroggins, William Bohannon (1730-1816), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Bohannon3_William_born_1730.pdf, p. 30.
  17. [S2833] U.S. Census, Kentucky, 1810, Shelby County.
  18. [S2798] U.S. Census, Kentucky, 1820, Shelby County.

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Reverend William Hickman Sr1

Male, #1060, b. February 4, 1746/47, d. January 24, 1834
FatherThomas Hickman1 b. 1725, d. 1762
MotherSarah Sanderson1 d. 1761
RelationshipReverend William Hickman Sr is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because William is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthFebruary 4, 1746/47William was born February 4, 1746/47 in King and Queen County, Virginia Colony .2 
Death of Mother1761His mother, Sarah, died in 1761.1 
Death of Father1762His father, Thomas, died in 1762.1 
Birth of SonJune 1, 1768His son William was born June 1, 1768 in Virginia.1 
MarriageOctober 1, 1770He married Elizabeth Shackleford, daughter of John Shackelford and Anne Lyne, October 1, 1770 probably King & Queen County, Virginia.1,2  
Birth of Sonabout 1771His son Thomas was born about 1771 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1774His daughter Martha was born about 1774 in Cumberland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 26, 1776His daughter Letitia was born January 26, 1776 in Cumberland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1778His son Paschal was born about 1778 in Cumberland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1778His daughter Sarah was born about 1778 in Cumberland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1780His daughter Elizabeth was born about 1780 in King & Queen County, Virginia.1 
Marriage of Son1787His son, Reverend William Hickman Jr, married Obedience Brown in 1787 in Virginia.1 
Marriage of DaughterMarch 2, 1792His daughter, Letitia Hickman, married Benjamin F Edrington on March 2, 1792 in Woodford County, Kentucky.3 
Marriage of SonMarch 11, 1797His son, Paschal Hickman, married Elizabeth F Hall on March 11, 1797 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 20, 1799His daughter, Sarah Hickman, married John Cunningham on September 20, 1799 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 13, 1802His daughter, Elizabeth Hickman, married Richard Todd on January 13, 1802 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Marriage of DaughterMay 25, 1810His daughter, Martha Hickman, married Christopher Ransdale on May 25, 1810 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Death of SonJanuary 22, 1813His son, Paschal, died on January 22, 1813.1 
Death of SpouseJune 9, 1813He was widowed when his wife, Elizabeth, died on June 9, 1813.1 
MarriageDecember 25, 1814He married Elizabeth Dicken, daughter of Benjamin Dicken, December 25, 1814 in Scott County, Kentucky.1  
Death of DaughterApril 1, 1817His daughter, Letitia, died on April 1, 1817.2 
Marriage of Daughter1818His daughter, Mary Hickman, married Captain James Hunter in 1818 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Death of Daughter1833His daughter, Sarah, died in 1833.1 
DeathJanuary 24, 1834William died January 24, 1834 in Franklin County, Kentucky at age 86.2  
BurialHis body was buried in Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky.2 

Family 1

Elizabeth Shackleford b. 1749, d. 9 Jun 1813
Children 1.Reverend William Hickman Jr+1 b. Jun 1, 1768, d. Dec 24, 1845
 2.Thomas Hickman1 b. about 1771, d. before 1828
 3.Martha Hickman1 b. about 1774
 4.Letitia Hickman+ b. Jan 26, 1776, d. Apr 1, 1817
 5.Paschal Hickman+1 b. about 1778, d. Jan 22, 1813
 6.Sarah Hickman+1 b. about 1778, d. 1833
 7.Elizabeth Hickman1 b. about 1780
 8.Obedience Hickman1
 9.Mary Hickman1 d. 1854
 10.Benjamin F Hickman1
 11.John Hickman1
 12.James Hickman1

Family 2

Elizabeth Dicken b. 7 Jan 1783, d. 25 Sep 1826
Children 1.Edwin A Hickman1
 2.Ezra Hickman1
 3.James H Hickman1
 4.John Gano Hickman1
OccupationReverend William Hickman Sr's occupation was Baptist Minister.1 
Note-ShackelfordHe William Hickman Biography

Reverend William, Sr. was born about 1747 to Thomas and Sarah SandersonHickman, of King and Queen County, Virginia. He and his sister lived withtheir grandparents until William reached the age of fourteen. Theirparents had died when they were young. At the age of 14 was put to tradewith John Shackleford. In 1770 he married Miss Shackleford, the master'sdaughter. Family records state William married Mary Goode, a sister ofRev. John Goode. However, William stated in his manuscript his firstwife was the daughter of John Shackelford, of King and Queen, by her hehad thirteen children. He and his wife moved to Buckingham County,Virginia in 1770 where they became interested in the preaching of JohnWaller and James Chiles. After their move to Cumberland County, they sawtheir neighbors; the Bondurants, Maxeys and Eppersons being converted.Mary soon accepted the Baptist religion and later William was baptized byReuben Ford. William and Elizabeth Shackelford had thirteen children;seven daughters and six sons. Some of these children were; William, Jr.,Lettice, PASCHAL, (RIVER RAISIN), Benjamin, Sally Cunningham, Betsy Todd,Polly Hunter, James and John. In 1814, after the death of his firstwife, William married Mrs. Elizabeth Abbett. By Elizabeth Abbett,William had the following sons; Edwin A., Ezra, James H., John Gano.

In the spring of 1776 William Hickman and several others started on avisit to Kentucky. William returned to Virginia, where he continued topreach. In 1784 he brought his family to Fayette County, Kentucky. Bylate 1787 Major's Station was in need of an organized church. John Majormade a visit to Hickman's home in hopes of persuading him to relocate toDry Run. Hickman agreed and in 1788 built a home on old Steele's FerryRoad between the Lexington and Leestown Road.

September, 1807, Pastor Hickman resigned as he did not agree with thepractive of Slavery as practiced by the members of the church. Hereturned as pastor the second Saturday in November, 1809.

William Hickman had gone to South Benson Church to preach on January 24,1834. On the trip returning home he became ill. To sick to continue thejourney home, he stopped in Frankfort at a home of a friend. WilliamHickman remained too ill to return home. He died in Frankfort on January28, 1834. He and his two wifes are buried in the D.A.R. lot located inthe Frankfort Cemetery.

Source: Franklin County, KY History-- Biographies
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ky/county/franklin/index/wmhickman.html
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This family seems to have been a very prominent branch of the Shackelforddescendants. Rev William Hickman was converted to the Baptist faith inVirginia, and after coming to Kentucky he was pastor of the Forks ofElkhorn Baptist Church for more than forty years.
His son Paschal Hickman, was a Captain in the United States Army duringthe war of 1812, and
5 (225) was captured by the British, and turned over to the Indians atthe battle of River Raisin, by whom he was scalped, and died as a resultof the torture.

WILL OF REV. WILLIAM HICKMAN

'I, William Hickman, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do makeand declare this to be my last Will and Testament.

First: That my just debts be paid.

Second: I loan to my wife - Elizabeth, during her natural life orwidowhood, the tract of land whereon I now reside, and bounded asfollows: Beginning at the northwest corner and running thence with G.Buller and Samuel Reading's line to my northeast corner between Readingand myself - Thence south to the stone corner near my gate, thence tenpoles to a stake, thence south to J. B. Robert's line, then withReading's line west to S. L. Scofield's line, thence with his line northto the beginning. Supposed to contain about sixty five acres, with alland sundry appurtenances thereunto belonging. Also her choice of a horse,bridle and saddle, two cows and calves, ten sheep, ten hogs and threefeather beds, bedsteads and furniture, desk, sideboard, table clock andcase, table and cupboard, furniture, pair of looking glasses, six chairs,and kitchen furniture; the whole to be of her own selection.

Third: I forbid the sale of my two negro men - Samuel and Titus, anddirect that they be hired out by my executor in any way he may thinkbest, the proceeds to be annually divided among my legatees hereafternamed. And the balance of my estate, personal and real and mixed, Idirect my executor to dispose of at public sale upon such credits as hemay think best. The proceeds of which I give to my children, to wit:George Hickman, Nancy Brown, Lydia Lockett, Patsy Thatcher, WilliamHickman; and the children of my deceased daughter- Eliza S. Baily, ieAmerica, George, James, Francis, Martha, Lelar, Mary, Obedience, andLydia Baily; being the children and grandchildren of my first wife. AndMary, John E., Benjamin W., and Elizabeth P. Hickman; children of mypresent wife, of my now children, share and share alike. The grandchildren to have their mother's share, to be divided in the same manner.

Previous to any distribution among my children my executor will ascertainwhat has been given to each of my grown children, and deduct it from whatwould be their portion so as to place each one upon equal grounds.(Amount of money paid to children listed in annex).

Fourth: I hereby authorize and empower my executors to act in all andevery case so as best to promote the interest of my children, to settleall and all manner of claims for or against, to compromise, sell orotherwise dispose of any of my property, make and execute any and alldeeds of conveyance for lands heretofore sold, or to sell all of which isand shall be held valid to all intents and purposes.

Fifth: I appoint my friend - Samuel B. Scofield, executor of this my lastWill and Testament, and also trustee for my son - George Hickman, alsotrustee for the children of my deceased daughter Eliza Bailey and trusteefor my four infant children - Mary, John E., Benjamin W., and ElizabethP. Hickman; and place in the hands as such, the legacies here-in grantedto them, respectively to be used for their benefit.
For George during his life time, and afterwards for his heirs, or theothers until they arrive at the age of twenty one years respectively.

Sixth: at the death of my wife all the property herein loaned to hershall descend to and be divided equally between my four children, infantchildren by her, and divided between them share and share alike, towit:Mary, John E., Benjamin W., and Elizabeth P. Hickman.

In testimony of the foregoing two pages containing my will as to thedisposition of my property after my death, I declare the fact dueconsideration and reflection, and therefore sign my name with my ownhands, this the seventh day of July, 1843. (July, 7, 1843).

Sig - William Hickman.

Signed, sealed and acknowledged and declared to be his last Will andTestament.

James B. Roberts, and J. Dudley, witnesses.

Recorded in Will Book 2, page 167, Franklin Co, Kentucky. ProbatedJanuary 1846.
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Source: SHACKELFORD CLAN MAGAZINE:http://members.tripod.com/~wvgal/clan3-6.htm
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Other Sources Available:
Early Baptist Emancipationist
Elder William Hickman, Sen'r. By Carter Tarrant, 1808
http://www.geocities.com/baptist_documents/hickman.wm.by.tarrant.html

William Hickman
A Kentucky Frontier Preacher
The Christian Repository
By Samuel H. Ford
http://www.geocities.com/baptist_documents/hickman.wm.by.ford.html

William Hickman
Kentucky Frontier Preacher
Spencer's A History of the Kentucky Baptists, 1886
http://www.geocities.com/baptist_documents/hickman.william.html

Autobiography of William Hickman
(Typed from a typed copy, August 23, 1967 by Fran Thompson, KentuckyHistorical Society.]
http://www.geocities.com/baptist_documents/hickman.william.autobio.html.1








 
Note-ShackelfordHe and Elizabeth Dicken On the 25th of December 1814, I entered into the second marriage withElizabeth Abbott, in Scott County; she had three children, a son and twodaughters. She was the daughter of Benjamin Dicken, we lived togetherabout twelve years and had five sons; the second we called John Gano, hedied while young. My wife died the 25th of September, 1826 her oldestdaughter is married to Thomas K. Horn, and are living with me.

Source: Baptist History Homepage
William Hickman
1747-1830
'A Short Account of my Life and Travels. For more than fifty years; AProfessed Servant of Jesus Christ'

[Originally published in 1828. From a typed copy, August 23, 1967 by FranThompson, Kentucky Historical Society.]
http://www.geocities.com/baptist_documents/hickman.william.autobio.html.1 
OccupationReverend William Hickman Sr's occupation was a preacher. 
Last EditedOct 30, 2008

Citations

  1. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  3. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 24.

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