Elizabeth Boone

Female, #1241, b. February 5, 1733/34, d. February 25, 1825
Relationships6th great-grandaunt of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
Birth - Conflict InfFebruary 5, 1731/32Conflicting evidence states that Elizabeth was born on February 5, 1731/32 in Execter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.1 
BirthFebruary 5, 1733/34Elizabeth was born February 5, 1733/34 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Marriageabout 1750She married William Grant Jr about 1750 in Yadkin River, North Carolina Colony .  
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765Her father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765..2,3 
Death of Mother1777Her mother, Sarah, died in 1777..4 
Death of SpouseJanuary 22, 1804She was widowed when her husband, William, died on January 22, 1804. 
DeathFebruary 25, 1825Elizabeth died February 25, 1825 in Kentucky at age 91.4  

Family

William Grant Jr b. 1726, d. 22 Jan 1804
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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, Scroggins GEDCOM also has a note about "The old Joppa Presbyterian Meeting Hous, where Squire Boone and hi..."
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  4. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.

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Joseph Bryan Sr

Male, #1242, b. 1720, d. 1805
RelationshipJoseph Bryan Sr is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Joseph is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth1720Joseph was born 1720 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
Marriageabout 1736He married Hester Hampton about 1736 in Frederick, Frederick County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of DaughterJanuary 9, 1740/41His daughter Rebecca was born January 9, 1740/41 in Frederick, Frederick County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterMarch 19, 1740His daughter Martha was born March 19, 1740 in Winchester, Frederick County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Birth of Son1741His son Joseph was born 1741 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1742His son Samuel was born 1742 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage1746He married Alee Linville 1746 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of Daughter1746His daughter Susannah was born 1746 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1747His daughter Mary was born about 1747 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1748His daughter Charity was born about 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1748His son Morgan was born 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterafter 1748His daughter Alyee was born after 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Sonafter 1748His son John was born after 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1750His daughter Phebe was born 1750 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1752His son William was born 1752 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1756His son John was born 1756 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage of DaughterAugust 14, 1756His daughter, Rebecca Bryan, married Daniel Boone on August 14, 1756 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .1 
Marriage of Daughter1758His daughter, Martha Bryan, married Edward Boone in 1758 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1760His daughter Elenor was born about 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage of Daughter1760His daughter, Mary Bryan, married Cornelius Howard in 1760 in Rowan County, North Carolina.1,2 
Marriage of DaughterMarch 10, 1779His daughter, Phebe Bryan, married James Forbis on March 10, 1779 in Rowan County, North Carolina.1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 25, 1789His daughter, Elenor Ellender Bryan, married Ephraim Adams on September 25, 1789 in Rowan County, North Carolina.1 
Death of DaughterJuly 23, 1793His daughter, Martha, died on July 23, 1793.1 
Marriage of DaughterDecember 8, 1797His daughter, Charity Bryan, married John David on December 8, 1797 in Kentucky.1 
Death1805Joseph died 1805 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.1  

Family 1

Hester Hampton b. a 1720, d. a 1740
Children 1.Rebecca Bryan+ b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
 2.Martha Bryan b. Mar 19, 1740, d. Jul 23, 1793

Family 2

Alee Linville b. 1722, d. a 1805
Children 1.Joseph Bryan b. 1741, d. 1844
 2.Samuel Bryan b. 1742
 3.Susannah Bryan b. 1746, d. 1810
 4.Mary Bryan+ b. about 1747, d. 1817
 5.Charity Bryan b. about 1748
 6.Morgan Bryan b. 1748
 7.Alyee Bryan b. after 1748
 8.John Bryan b. after 1748
 9.Phebe Bryan b. 1750
 10.William Bryan b. 1752
 11.John Bryan b. 1756
 12.Elenor Ellender Bryan+ b. about 1760
Last EditedMar 10, 2008

Citations

  1. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.
  2. [S3059] Charles Cook, e-mail to Garril L Kueber April 8, 2004, This forwards an e-mail from Ruby Churchill questioning the validity of the information on the marriage of Cornelius Howard and Mary Bryan.

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Alee Linville

Female, #1243, b. 1722, d. after 1805
RelationshipAlee Linville is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Alee is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth1722Alee was born 1722 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Son1741Her son Joseph was born 1741 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1742Her son Samuel was born 1742 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage1746She married Joseph Bryan Sr 1746 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of Daughter1746Her daughter Susannah was born 1746 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1747Her daughter Mary was born about 1747 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1748Her daughter Charity was born about 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1748Her son Morgan was born 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterafter 1748Her daughter Alyee was born after 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Sonafter 1748Her son John was born after 1748 in Shenandoah Valley, Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1750Her daughter Phebe was born 1750 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1752Her son William was born 1752 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1756Her son John was born 1756 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1760Her daughter Elenor was born about 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony .1 
Deathafter 1805Alee died after 1805 in Floyd Fork, Shelby County, Kentucky.1  

Family

Joseph Bryan Sr b. 1720, d. 1805
Children 1.Joseph Bryan b. 1741, d. 1844
 2.Samuel Bryan b. 1742
 3.Susannah Bryan b. 1746, d. 1810
 4.Mary Bryan+ b. about 1747, d. 1817
 5.Charity Bryan b. about 1748
 6.Morgan Bryan b. 1748
 7.Alyee Bryan b. after 1748
 8.John Bryan b. after 1748
 9.Phebe Bryan b. 1750
 10.William Bryan b. 1752
 11.John Bryan b. 1756
 12.Elenor Ellender Bryan+ b. about 1760
Last EditedJan 30, 2001

Citations

  1. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.

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Rebecca Bryan

Female, #1244, b. January 9, 1740/41, d. March 18, 1813
FatherJoseph Bryan Sr b. 1720, d. 1805
MotherHester Hampton b. about 1720, d. after 1740
Birth - Conflict InfJanuary 9, 1737/38Conflicting evidence states that Rebecca was born on January 9, 1737/38 in Frederick, Frederick County, Virginia Colony .1 
BirthJanuary 9, 1740/41Rebecca was born January 9, 1740/41 in Frederick, Frederick County, Virginia Colony .2 
MarriageAugust 14, 1756She married Daniel Boone, son of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan, August 14, 1756 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .2  
Birth of SonMay 3, 1757Her son James was born May 3, 1757 in an unknown place . 
Birth of SonJanuary 25, 1759Her son Israel was born January 25, 1759 in an unknown place . 
Birth of DaughterNovember 2, 1760Her daughter Susannah was born November 2, 1760 in an unknown place . 
Birth of DaughterOctober 4, 1762Her daughter Jemima was born October 4, 1762 in an unknown place . 
Birth of DaughterMarch 23, 1766Her daughter Levina was born March 23, 1766 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .3 
Birth of DaughterMay 26, 1768Her daughter Rebecca was born May 26, 1768 in an unknown place . 
Birth of SonDecember 23, 1769Her son Daniel was born December 23, 1769 in an unknown place . 
Birth of SonMay 23, 1773Her son Jesse was born May 23, 1773 in an unknown place . 
Death of SonOctober 10, 1773Her son, James, died on October 10, 1773. 
Birth of SonJune 20, 1775Her son William was born June 20, 1775 in an unknown place . 
Death of Sonabout 1775Her son, William, died about 1775. 
Birth of SonMarch 2, 1781Her son Nathan was born March 2, 1781 in an unknown place . 
Death of SonAugust 19, 1782Her son, Israel, died on August 19, 1782. 
Marriage of Daughter1785Her daugher, Levina Boone, married Joseph Scholl in 1785 in North Carolina.3 
Death of Daughter1802Her daughter, Levina, died in 1802.3 
Death of Father1805Her father, Joseph, died in 1805..2 
DeathMarch 18, 1813Rebecca died March 18, 1813 in St Louis (now Warren) County, Missouri at age 72.2  
BurialSeptember 13, 1845Her body was reinterred on September 13, 1845 in Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky.4,5 

Family

Daniel Boone b. 22 Sep 1734, d. 26 Sep 1820
Children 1.James Boone b. May 3, 1757, d. Oct 10, 1773
 2.Israel Boone b. Jan 25, 1759, d. Aug 19, 1782
 3.Susannah Boone b. Nov 2, 1760
 4.Jemima Boone b. Oct 4, 1762
 5.Levina Boone b. Mar 23, 1766, d. 1802
 6.Rebecca Boone b. May 26, 1768
 7.Daniel Morgan Boone b. Dec 23, 1769
 8.Jesse Bryan Boone b. May 23, 1773
 9.William Boone b. Jun 20, 1775, d. about 1775
 10.Nathan Boone b. Mar 2, 1781
Last EditedSep 13, 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. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.
  3. [S2005] Charles Schull, e-mail to Boone-L mailing list January 14, 2001.
  4. [S461] FRANKFORT CEMETERY ...in Kentucky.
  5. [S937] History of Franklin County.

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Mary Boone

Female, #1245, b. November 3, 1736, d. 1819
Relationships6th great-grandaunt of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
BirthNovember 3, 1736Mary was born November 3, 1736 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Marriageabout 1755She married William Bryan, son of Morgan Bryan and Martha Strode, about 1755 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1  
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765Her father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765..2,3 
Death of Mother1777Her mother, Sarah, died in 1777..1 
Death of SpouseMay 7, 1780She was widowed when her husband, William, died on May 7, 1780. 
Death1819Mary died 1819 in an unknown place .  

Family

William Bryan b. 1733, d. 7 May 1780
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [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..."
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.

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George Boone

Male, #1246, b. January 2, 1740/41, d. November 14, 1820
Relationships6th great-granduncle of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
Birth - Conflict InfJanuary 2, 1738/39Conflicting evidence states that George was born on January 2, 1738/39 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.1 
BirthJanuary 2, 1740/41George was born January 2, 1740/41 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony
Marriageabout 1764He married Ann Linville, daughter of William Linville and Ellender Bryan, about 1764 in an unknown place .  
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765His father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765.2,3 
Birth of Daughter1766His daughter Sarah was born 1766 in an unknown place .4 
Death of Mother1777His mother, Sarah, died in 1777.5 
Death of Daughter1799His daughter, Sarah, died in 1799.4 
Death of SpouseMarch 28, 1814He was widowed when his wife, Ann, died on March 28, 1814. 
DeathNovember 14, 1820George died November 14, 1820 in Shelby County, Kentucky at age 79.5  
BurialHis body was buried in Boone-Harris Cemetery, Cross Plains, Madison County, Kentucky.5 

Family

Ann Linville d. 28 Mar 1814
Child 1.Sarah Ellender Boone+ b. 1766, d. 1799
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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, Scroggins GEDCOM also has a note about "The old Joppa Presbyterian Meeting Hous, where Squire Boone and hi..."
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  4. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 52.
  5. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.

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Edward Boone

Male, #1247, b. November 30, 1740, d. October 5, 1780
Relationships6th great-granduncle of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
BirthNovember 30, 1740Edward was born November 30, 1740 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
Marriage1758He married Martha Bryan, daughter of Joseph Bryan Sr and Hester Hampton, 1758 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .1  
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765His father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765.2,3 
Death of Mother1777His mother, Sarah, died in 1777.4 
DeathOctober 5, 1780Edward died October 5, 1780 in Blue Lick, Kentucky (now Clark) County, Virginia (now Kentucky) at age 39.1  

Family

Martha Bryan b. 19 Mar 1740, d. 23 Jul 1793
Nickname Edward Boone is also known as Neddie.  
Last EditedSep 18, 2012

Citations

  1. [S2038] William Gilbert Scroggins, Royal Wade,.
  2. [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..."
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  4. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.

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Squire Boone Jr

Male, #1248, b. October 5, 1744, d. August 5, 1815
Relationships6th great-granduncle of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
BirthOctober 5, 1744Squire was born October 5, 1744 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765His father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765.2,3 
MarriageAugust 8, 1765He married Jane Van Cleve, daughter of Aaron Van Cleve, August 8, 1765 in North Carolina Colony .1  
Birth of DaughterSeptember 26, 1774His daughter Sarah was born September 26, 1774 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony
Death of Mother1777His mother, Sarah, died in 1777.1 
Birth of SonOctober 16, 1777His son Enoch was born October 16, 1777 in Fort Boonesborough, Madison County, Kentucky.4 
Marriage of DaughterMarch 1, 1791His daughter, Sarah Boone, married John Willcockson on March 1, 1791 in Jefferson County, Virginia (now Kentucky).5 
Marriage of SonFebruary 8, 1797His son, Enoch Morgan Boone, married Eliza L Goldman on February 8, 1797 in Shelby County, Kentucky.4 
DeathAugust 5, 1815Squire died August 5, 1815 in Boone's Cavern, Corydon, Harrison County, Indiana at age 70.4  
BurialAugust 15, 1815His body was buried on August 15, 1815 in Squire Boone Caverns, Harrison County, Indiana. Squire Boone Caverns are about thirteen miles south of Corydon, Indiana.1 

Family

Jane Van Cleve b. 16 Oct 1749, d. 10 Mar 1829
Children 1.Jonathan Boone4
 2.Moses Boone4
 3.Isiah Boone4
 4.Sarah Boone+ b. Sep 26, 1774, d. Jun 26, 1846
 5.Enoch Morgan Boone+4 b. Oct 16, 1777, d. between Feb 8, 1861 and 1862
Note-ShackelfordSquire Boone Jr BIOGRAPHY

Squire Boone was born in 1737 in Berks County, Pennsylvania, and was a brother of Daniel Boone, the celebrated pioneer. He visited Kentucky as early as 1769, but did not finally settle in the State with his family until the Spring of 1775, reaching Boonesborough about April 1, where he made his home for several years. In 1779, he settled in Shelby County on Clear Creek, and erected what was known as Squire Boone's Station. He was a member of the Transylvania Convention; was also a delegate, in behalf of the Colony, to the Virginia Legislature, and in that body met with great success in furthering the desires of the new settlement. He laid claim to a considerale tract of land in Shelby County, which was wrested from him in the great contest for disputed titles, and for a time took up his residence in Louisville. About 1806, he removed to the Territory of Indiana and settled in what is now Boone Township, twenty-five miles from Louisville, and in that settlement he died in 1815. He left a large family of children.

Source: Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky, J. M. Armstrong & Co.,1878, Cincinnati, Ohio
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From: 'Smith, Elizabeth'
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 21:59:35 -0500
Subject: KY-F: Long Run Massacre

Following is an account of the Long Run Massacre and
Floyd's Defeat as told by G. T. Wilcox, Squire Boone's
Grandson in a letter to Hon. Thos. W. Bullitt.

Eden Postoffice (Jefferson County), Ky.
July 23, 1880.
Mr. Thos. W. Bullitt

Dear Sir:

Having made your acquaintance at the unveiling of the
monument erected to the memory of the dead of G. John Floyd's defeat
on Floyd's Fork, now in Jefferson County, you requested me to give you
a narrative of what I knew of the massacre and Floyd's defeat. I am a
representative of Squire Boone, being his grandson, and what I know I
learned from Isaiah Boone, my uncle, a son of Squire Boone. He was at
Floyd's defeat. He said that his father had built a station on Clear
Creek, two miles east of where Shelbyville now stands, and that his
father, with several families, left Boonesborough in 1779, settled in
this, then called Boone's station. There was a station on Beargrass,
three miles east of Louisville, Called Beargrass (or Floyd's Station),
and one eight miles from Louisville, called Lynn's Station. Lynn's
Station was on the place afterward owned by Col. R. C. Anderson.
Boone's Station at that time was the only station between Harrod's and
Lynn's Station. Squire Boone's station was about twenty-two miles east
of Lynn's Station. Bland Ballard and Samuel Wells at that time lived
in Lynn's Station, while Gen. Floyd lived in Beargrass Station.

There were two couples to be married in Lynn's Station.
Bland Ballard and a man named Carris went from Lynn's Station to
Brashear's Station, near the mouth of Floyd's Fork, now Bullitt
County, after a Baptist minister, John Whitaker, to marry them. This
was to be the first legal marriage in this part of the country. In
going over, Ballard discovered an Indian trail and was satisfied there
was a large body of them. He retraced his steps to Lynn's Station,
sent word to Beargrass Station, and then went to Boone's Station that
night. They held a meeting and agreed to leave the station and go to
Lynn's Station. There were a large number of families in Boone's
Station at this time, viz: the Hintons, Harrises, Hughses, Hansboro,
Bryans, Van Cleves and many others. They could not all get ready to
move the next day, but some were determined to go. Squire Boone was
not ready and could not prevail on them to wait another day. So Major
Ballard conducted this party, leaving Squire Boone and a few families
in the station to come the next day. When Ballard's party reached Long
Run he was attacked in the rear. He went back to protect the rear. He
drove the Indians back and held them in check as long as he could. In
going back he saw on the ground a man and his wife, by the name of
Cline. He told Cline to put his wife on the horse and hurry on. They
were in the bed of Long Run. Ballard returned in a short time, to find
Cline and his wife still on the ground. He put her on his horse and
gave the horse a tap with his wiping-stick and as he did so an Indian
pulled a sack from her horse. Ballard shot the Indian and hurried to
the front.

Here he found a great many killed and the people scattered,
leaving their cattle and losing their baggage and many horses. Some
reached Lynn's Station that night, and a few Boone's. Boone remained
in his station for several days after that before he and his party
went down to Lynn's Station. I'll give the name of a few of those that
were killed on Long Run: Two Misses Hansboros, sisters of Joel
Hansboro; a Mr. McCarby, a brother of Mrs. Richard Chenoweth, and a
Mrs. Van Cleve, an aunt of my mother's. The next day General (then
Colonel) Floyd, Colonel (then Captain) Wells, and Bland Ballard
(afterward Major Ballard) and thirty-four others from Lynn and
Beargrass Stations, went up to bury the dead. When they reached
Floyd's Fork, Ballard said to them: 'You send a few men and ascertain
where the Indians are.' He, however, was overruled and on they went.
At the head of the ravine they were surrounded and sixteen of their
men were shot down at the first fire. Fourteen of these were buried in
one sink. They began to retreat. Isaiah Boone said that when he
reached the Fork he discovered an Indian following him. He raised his
gun. The Indian stepped behind a tree. Just at this time General Floyd
and Colonel Wells came in sight, Floyd on foot and Wells on horseback.
Wells said to Floyd: 'Take my horse.' Floyd, being large and fleshy,
was much exhausted.

They took to the bushes and reached the place selected, should
they be defeated. It was near where Thos. Elder's new house now
stands, on the Shelby Pike, about three miles above Middletown. For
some time prior to this, General Floyd and Wells were not friendly.
Isaiah Boone said: 'General, that brought you to your milk.' The
Gerneral's reply was: 'You are a noble boy; we were in a tight place.'
This boy was then but fourteen years of age. He was at that time
visiting Lynn's Station. The occurrence took place in September,
1781. Squire Boone's wife's maiden name was Jane Van Cleve. Enoch
Boone, their youngest son, was born in Boonesborough, October 16,
1777, being the first male white child born in Kentucky. He died in
Meade County, Kentucky, 1861. Squire Boone died in 1815, and was by
his request, buried in a cave in Harrison County, Indiana. Sarah
Boone, my mother, was the only daughter of Squire Boone. She was
married to John Wilcox, my father, in 1791, and he settled on and
improved land, surveyed and patented in the name of Sarah Boone by her
father, four miles north of Shelbyville. Dear Sir, pardon me for
departing from the subject of my narrative. I am making it too long.

Yours truly,
G. T. Wilcox

P. S.---The information here given you was derived from
conversations with Isaiah Boone; confirmed by conversations with my
mother, who was in the fort with her father at the time of the
massacre; also with Enoch Boone; also with my grandmother, Jane Boone,
wife of Squire Boone, who lived at my father's house and died there in
1820.

For further information on this interesting topic I would refer
you to John Williamson, now living at Eden Station, in this county,
and in the eighty-fifth year of his age. Squire was the Christian
name, not the title, of Squire Boone. He was the youngest brother of
Daniel Boone.

G. T. Wilcox.4 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [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..."
  3. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  4. [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),.
  5. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 54.

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Hannah Boone

Female, #1249, b. August 24, 1746, d. April 9, 1828
Relationships6th great-grandaunt of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherSquire Boone b. Nov 25, 1696, d. Jan 2, 1765
MotherSarah Morgan b. 1700, d. 1777
Birth - Conflict InfAugust 22, 1746Conflicting evidence states that Hannah was born on August 22, 1746 in New Britain or Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .1 
BirthAugust 24, 1746Hannah was born August 24, 1746 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Colony .2 
Death of FatherJanuary 2, 1765Her father, Squire, died on January 2, 1765..3,4 
MarriageFebruary 14, 1765She married John Stewart, son of Samuel Stewart and Lydia Harrison, February 14, 1765 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .2,1  
Birth of Daughter1766Her daughter Sarah was born 1766 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterMay 9, 1766Her daughter Mary was born May 9, 1766 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1769Her daughter Rachel was born 1769 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterFebruary 25, 1770Her daughter Ann was born February 25, 1770 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Death of SpouseDecember 22, 1770She was widowed when her husband, John, died on December 22, 1770.2,5 
Death of Mother1777Her mother, Sarah, died in 1777..2 
MarriageMay 15, 1777She married Richard Pennington May 15, 1777 in North Carolina.6,2  
Birth of SonFebruary 23, 1778Her son Joshua was born February 23, 1778 in Montgomery County, Virginia.6 
Birth of SonDecember 3, 1781Her son Daniel was born December 3, 1781 in Montgomery County, Virginia.6 
Birth of SonJune 10, 1784Her son John was born June 10, 1784 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.6 
Marriage of Daughter1785Her daugher, Rachel Stewart, married James King in 1785 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.1 
Marriage of DaughterFebruary 25, 1786Her daugher, Ann Elizabeth Stewart, married James Lewis on February 25, 1786 in Wilkes (now Ashe) County, North Carolina.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 24, 1787Her daughter Abigal was born January 24, 1787 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.6 
Marriage of Daughter1788Her daugher, Mary Stewart, married Solomon Osborn in 1788 in Yadkin, Rowan County, North Carolina.1 
Death of DaughterSeptember, 1815Her daughter, Sarah, died in September, 1815.1 
DeathApril 9, 1828Hannah died April 9, 1828 at home of son, Daniel Pennington, Monroe County, Kentucky at age 81.2,7  
Death - Conflict InfJune 28, 1828Conflicting information indicates that she died on June 28, 1828 in Tompkinsville, Monroe County, Kentucky.1 
Burial1920Her body was buried in 1920 in Old Mulkey Meeting House State Park, Tompkinsville, Monroe County, Kentucky.7 

Family 1

John Stewart b. 1729, d. 22 Dec 1770
Children 1.Sarah Stewart1 b. 1766, d. Sep, 1815
 2.Mary Stewart1 b. May 9, 1766, d. 1832
 3.Rachel Stewart1 b. 1769, d. Oct 2, 1853
 4.Ann Elizabeth Stewart1 b. Feb 25, 1770, d. after 1840

Family 2

Richard Pennington b. 21 Dec 1748, d. 21 Dec 1831
Children 1.Joshua Pennington6 b. Feb 23, 1778
 2.Daniel Boone Pennington b. Dec 3, 1781
 3.John Stewart Pennington6 b. Jun 10, 1784
 4.Abigal Pennington6 b. Jan 24, 1787
Burial initialHer body was initially interred in Mill Creek Church Cemetery, Monroe County, Kentucky.7 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

Citations

  1. [S3312] Jan Porter Ahola, e-mail to Garril L Kueber June 5, 2006.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  3. [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..."
  4. [S1008] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), page 11.
  5. [S3312] Jan Porter Ahola, e-mail to Garril L Kueber June 5, 2006, has a place of Kentucky but Kentucky did not exist in 1770.
  6. [S3513] Geneva White, e-mail to Garril L Kueber February 28, 2007.
  7. [S2063] J Nell Truitt, e-mail to Boone-L mailing list February 20, 2001.

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Rachel Wilcoxson

Female, #1250, b. 1770, d. about 1821
Relationships5th great-grandaunt of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Great-granddaughter of John Willcockson
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherJohn Willcockson b. Sep 6, 1720, d. between 1798 and 1805
MotherSarah Cassandra Boone b. Jun 7, 1724, d. 1815
Birth1770Rachel was born 1770 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1 
Marriageabout 1790She married William Bryant about 1790 in Rowan County, North Carolina.1  
Birth of SonAugust 20, 1791Her son Jeremiah was born August 20, 1791 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Son1792Her son Hiram was born 1792 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of SonJanuary 10, 1795Her son Thomas was born January 10, 1795 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Son1797Her son Benjamin was born 1797 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Daughter1800Her daughter Susan was born 1800 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Son1802Her son Henry was born 1802 in an unknown place .2 
Death of Mother1815Her mother, Sarah, died in 1815..1,2 
Deathabout 1821Rachel died about 1821 in Callaway County, Missouri. She left a widower, William.1  
Birth of Son1822Her son William was born 1822 in an unknown place .2 

Family

William Bryant b. 1754, d. Oct 1834
Children 1.Rachel Bryant
 2.George Bryant
 3.Jeremiah Bryant b. Aug 20, 1791, d. Jul 11, 1834
 4.Hiram Bryant b. 1792
 5.Thomas Bryant b. Jan 10, 1795, d. Sep 5, 1845
 6.Benjamin Bryant b. 1797
 7.Susan Bryant b. 1800
 8.Henry Bryant b. 1802, d. 1840
 9.William Bryant b. 1822
Last EditedJan 6, 2013

Citations

  1. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.
  2. [S4908] Danni Monn Hopkins, Descendants of George Willcockson,.

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Elizabeth Wilcoxson

Female, #1251, b. March 17, 1743, d. 1818
Relationships5th great-grandaunt of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
Great-granddaughter of John Willcockson
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherJohn Willcockson b. Sep 6, 1720, d. between 1798 and 1805
MotherSarah Cassandra Boone b. Jun 7, 1724, d. 1815
BirthMarch 17, 1743Elizabeth was born March 17, 1743 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Colony .1,2 
Birth of Sonbetween 1760 and 1762Her son Daniel was born between 1760 and 1762 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1764Her son Benjamin was born about 1764 in an unknown place .1 
Marriageabout 1769She married Benjamin Cutbirth Sr about 1769 in Rowan County, North Carolina Colony .1,2  
Birth of Daughterabout 1770Her daughter Mary was born about 1770 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1772Her daughter Sarah was born about 1772 in an unknown place .1 
Death of Mother1815Her mother, Sarah, died in 1815..2,1 
Death1818Elizabeth died 1818 in Elks River, Maury County, Kentucky.1,2  

Family

Benjamin Cutbirth Sr b. a 1740
Children 1.Daniel Boone Cutbirth1 b. between 1760 and 1762
 2.Benjamin Cutbirth Jr1 b. about 1764
 3.Mary Cutbirth+1 b. about 1770
 4.Sarah Cutbirth1 b. about 1772
Last EditedJan 7, 2013

Citations

  1. [S4908] Danni Monn Hopkins, Descendants of George Willcockson,.
  2. [S1287] GEDCOM, William Gilbert Scroggins, reviewed update of March 6, 1998.

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James Boone

Male, #1252, b. May 3, 1757, d. October 10, 1773
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthMay 3, 1757James was born May 3, 1757 in an unknown place . 
DeathOctober 10, 1773James died October 10, 1773 in Clinch Mountains, Virginia Colony at age 16.  
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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Israel Boone

Male, #1253, b. January 25, 1759, d. August 19, 1782
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthJanuary 25, 1759Israel was born January 25, 1759 in an unknown place . 
Marriage - unknownI have no information whether Israel Boone married or had children.  
DeathAugust 19, 1782Israel died August 19, 1782 in Battle of Blue Licks, Robertson County, Kentucky at age 23.  
Note-ShackelfordIsrael Boone Source: Family History of Daniel BOONE---
The Kansas Heritage Server would like to thank StephenChinn (Steven.Chinn@@Vanderbilt.edu) for providing this information.1 
Last EditedSep 13, 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),.

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Susannah Boone

Female, #1254, b. November 2, 1760
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthNovember 2, 1760Susannah was born November 2, 1760 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Susannah's death. 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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Jemima Boone

Female, #1255, b. October 4, 1762
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthOctober 4, 1762Jemima was born October 4, 1762 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Jemima's death. 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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Levina Boone

Female, #1256, b. March 23, 1766, d. 1802
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthMarch 23, 1766Levina was born March 23, 1766 near Yadkin, North Carolina Colony .1 
Marriage1785She married Joseph Scholl 1785 in North Carolina.1  
Death1802Levina died 1802 in Missouri.1  

Family

Joseph Scholl b. 1755, d. 1833
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

Citations

  1. [S2005] Charles Schull, e-mail to Boone-L mailing list January 14, 2001.

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Rebecca Boone

Female, #1257, b. May 26, 1768
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-granddaughter of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthMay 26, 1768Rebecca was born May 26, 1768 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Rebecca's death. 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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Daniel Morgan Boone

Male, #1258, b. December 23, 1769
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthDecember 23, 1769Daniel was born December 23, 1769 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Daniel Morgan's death. 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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Jesse Bryan Boone

Male, #1259, b. May 23, 1773
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthMay 23, 1773Jesse was born May 23, 1773 in an unknown place . 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Jesse Bryan's death. 
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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William Boone

Male, #1260, b. June 20, 1775, d. about 1775
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-grandson of George Boone I
FatherDaniel Boone b. Sep 22, 1734, d. Sep 26, 1820
MotherRebecca Bryan b. Jan 9, 1740/41, d. Mar 18, 1813
BirthJune 20, 1775William was born June 20, 1775 in an unknown place . 
Deathabout 1775William died about 1775 in an unknown place .  
Last EditedOct 14, 2007

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