• [S998] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby County Kentucky Marriages 1792-1833 Page 139, Marriage of William Roseberry and Mary Ann Wise, Garril Louis Kueber Sr.
    William H Roseberry and Mary Ann Wise married May 5, 1831.
  • [S1653] Pearce Wade, The will of Pearce Wade, July 31, 1818 Will book G Page 37 Lincoln Co Ky, Probated Oct 12 1818, Will book G Page 37, , Kentucky, Lincoln County Courthouse,
    In the name of God Amen, I Pierce Wade being of sound mind and memory, but weak in body and knowing the certainty of death, do make and ordain this my last will and testament. First recommending my soul to God, the great first cause and giver of all things. That all my just debts should be paid first. Then to my dear beloved wife Elizabeth Wade, I give and bequeath (after my death) three of my negroes (viz) Anegro man Jack about 25 years of age. A negro woman Sarah about thirty years of age. A negro girl Rachel twelve years of age. Two feather beds and the whole of my household and kitchen furniture except what is herafter excepted by this will four of her own choice of cows and calves and one horse to be worth sixty dollars and I wish further that
    after an appraisement may take place of my estate that she shall have the one third of all the hogs and sheep that may be in posession at the time of my decease my houses and lands whereon I reside, except such parts as is hereafter named for my children I give to my wife during her natural life or widowhood, the above named property except the negroes and land is hereby given to my said wife forever, the negroes and their increase-together with the lands as lent after the disolution or death of my said wife to be sold at a reasonable credit by my Executors. and to be equally
    divided among my children as hereafter named - if that should be living or incase of their death or any part of them - that their children shall succeed to the share or divident that their parent would have been entitled to. to have and to hold the same forever- The whole of the farming utensids is to be sold except my wife is to take two plows of her own choice and three hoes forever - I have given to my son William sixty acres of land adjoining the land I now reside on where he lately
    lived - and sold to Jonathan jJReed which I value at seven and a half dollars per acre - a feather bed at thirty dollars horse at eithty dollars and two cows and calves at ten dollars each, which sum make the aggrtegate amount of five hundred and eighty dollars. To my son John Wade I have given sixty acres of land adjoining the tract of land I now reside on, and which he sold to his brother P Wade, which I value at 10 dollars per acre - a feather bed at 30 dollars a horse at one
    hundred dollars a cow at 12 dollars which sums make the aggregate amount of 742 to him and his heirs forever - I do hereby direct and request my jExecutors herafter named that as soon as they can collect any money that may be endue me or to make from the estate undisposed of the sum of $50.50 and pay the same ever to the said John Wade, which I am endue him - also he is to have
    from my stock immediately one cow and calf to make him equal to what I have given my som William as named to hold the same forever. To my son Ballenger I give sixty acres of land part of the tract I now reside on adjoining William Numford to include where said Ballenger now resides. to be run and laid off of my hereafter executors so as to as little injure the plantation and tract of land I now live on - as if by them may be thought proper and right - which I value at $10 per Acre, one feather bed at 30 dollars two cows and calves at $10 ea and one horse at $75 which sums make the aggregate amount of $700 to him and his heirs. To my dau Polly Kenly I have give a negro girl named Celia, about 14 years of age, at $375, with all her future increase, one bed at $30, two cows and calves at $10 ea and a horse saddle and bridle at $65- which sums makes the aggregate amount of $490, to her and her heirs and assignes forever, to my dau Pamelia Miller I have given one negro girl named Mary about 12 yrs of age, valued at $375, with all her future
    increase, bed at $30, cash $60 and two cows and calves at $10 ea which sums amount to $485 to her her heirs and assgins forever. to my son Jerry Wade I give a part of my tract of land beginning at an ash tree on the line of land belonging to the heirs of Wm Baker, deceased, near a school to run a strait line to Wm Johns corner, adjoining the land I purchased of John Willis, on the East at a sugartree and beech, then to run jEast to the corner at James Tinsley and myself, containing as I supposed seventy acres. but shoul the boundary contain more, it is tobe reduced to that auantity off of that part next to the plantation I now reside on and to be annexed to the same. At two dollars an acre, one horse at $100, two cows and calves at $10 ea, amount to $850 to him his heirs and assigns forever. To my daughter Charity, I give a negro named Maria about 11 yrs old at $375 and seventy ffive dollars with all her future increase one bed at $30, a horse saddle and
    bridle at $100 and two cows and calves at $10 ea, amount to $525 to her and her heirs and assigns
    forever. To my dau Elizabeth I give a girl named Lucy about 9 yrs old at $375 with all her future increase, one horse saddle and bridle at $100 and two cows and calves at $10 ea which sums amount to $525 to her heirs and assigns forever. My further will and desire is that whatever may be coming to me by the will as one of the legatees of my late father in law John Thurmond, at the death of my mother in Law Molly Thurmond, widow of said John Thurmond, shall be equally divided between my aforesaid children and Elizabeth Wade my wife as soon as the same may be collected by the Executors of said Estate and paid over to my Executors as herafter named, but that part that my said wife may draw, the amoun of which shall be equally divided between my children named herin, and their heirs at her death. for them and their heirs forever and futher my will and desire is that a reasonable time after my decease that my Executors herin after named shall dispose of to the highest bidder at a reasonable credit but at the same time wish my children may make a division and hold the following negroes among themselves (viz) Jerry, Charles, Fanny, Sally, James, Joe and John and the amount of the same to be equally divided among all my children, or in case of their death, their heirs except my son Pierce Wade, whom I give five shillings, he having received something like $1000 from me and my Estate
    hertofore which shall be considered his full portion s already received before declaring this my last will and testament. My son Willis went some years ago into the United State's service and it is very uncertain whether or not he may be living, but in case he may return before the dissolution or death of my wife, that he may suceed to the portion of my other children by each of my before named children making the same up to him out of their parts agreeable to the portions that each have received from my estate. And further it is my will and desire that all property not expressly named and given off shall be sold immediately, after my death, and the money arising from the same, together with that of the negroes my jExecutors shall equally divide with all my children except Pearce Wade as before named or their heirs incase
    of their dearths, Lastly I appoing William Wade and John Wade Executors of this my last will and testament in testimony wherof I herunto set my hand affixed my seal this 31st day of July 1818.
    PEARCE WADE
    signed and Sealed in the presence of
    William Henderson, George Givens, Bennet Thurmond, Logan Givens.
  • [S2369] Family Bible of William Duncan, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,
    The Duncan Family Bible
    A copy of names and dates from the original Bible formerly in the possession of Wm. Albertus Duncan; now in the possession of Mrs. Helen Page Wathen.
    Edwin Cook sent the copy of the Duncan Bible to Helen Page Wathen.
    (This copy provided to Garril Kueber by Phyllis Shackelford Hedges)

    William Duncan was born June the 9th, 1802
    Elizabeth Duncan was born November the 15th, 1817

    MARRIAGES
    Wm. Duncan was married unto Elzina Turner October 11th 1832
    William Duncan was married unto Elizabeth King March 28th 1841
    Thomas Pierson was married unto Elizabeth Jones, 10th March 1834
    J. D. McCormick was married unto Carrie Duncan, 18th of Dec. 1866
    Rev. W. F. Clark was married unto Mildred Duncan the 29th of Dec. 1871- by Rallstone M.E.
    N. P. Duncan and Julia Belle Bright were united in marriage on the 17th of Feb. 1874 by Rev. Andrew Jackson
    Jno. Allen and Lucy Duncan were united in marriage on the 24th of Nov., 1880 by Prof. Nunn
    W. A. Duncan and Emma Clark were married Oct. 28, 1866

    BIRTHS
    Nancy Mildred Duncan was born Jan 16th 1842
    Caroline Jennings Duncan was born Oct. the 8th 1843
    James Martin Duncan was born Sept. 4th, 1845
    William Albertus Duncan was born July 10th, 1847
    Sarah Frances Duncan was born Jan. 22nd 1852
    Newton Porter Duncan was born Jan. 22nd 1852
    Mary Duncan was born Dec. 21, 1854
    Lucy Jane Duncan was born April 25th, 1857
    Oscar D. Duncan was born the 26th of March, 1860 (Died March 14, 1913)

    Children of N. P. Duncan and Julia B. Bright Duncan
    Willie Clarence Duncan born Dec 17th 1874
    Maggie May Duncan was born April 6th, 1880 (Margaret Star)
    Elizabeth Maud Duncan was born Nov 17th, 1882 (Maude Elizabeth)
    Robert E. Lee Duncan was born Jan 28th, 1889
    Clifton Gutherie Duncan was born Nov. 18, 1892
    John Jones was born March 9th 1787
    Philadelphia Jones was born Jan. 25th 1786
    Elzina Turner was born July 26th 1808
    Elizabeth Jones was born Jan. 17th 1815
    Thornton Jones was born Feb 22nd 1817
    William Jones was born Jan. 3rd 1819
    Elliot Jones was born 26th March 1821
    Mary Jane Jones was born March 28th 1823
    Elzina Anderson was born Feb 1828

    DEATHS
    Elzina Duncan departed this life Aug 3rd 1840
    Elizabeth King Duncan (2nd wife of Wm. Duncan) died Oct 17, 1888
    Elliott Jones died Jly 22nd 1827 (age 6)
    William Duncan departed this life Sept 16th 1866, age 64 yrs, 5 mos.
    James Bright departed this life March 13th 1872 (faather of Julia Bright Duncan)
    Charles Bright departed this life April 8th 1872 (brother of Julia Bright Duncan)
    Willie Clarence Duncan departed this life Jan 23rd 1879 (age 4)
    Julia Bright Duncan departed this life Oct 20, 1932
    Newton Porter Duncan departed this life March 4, 1933
    Margaret Duncan Goslee departed this life Dec. 28, 1948

    MEMORANDA
    Julia Belle Bright was born Aug 6, 1856
    Margaret (Maggie May) Duncan married Levin Elliott Goslee
    Maude Elizabeth Duncan married Wm. W. Page
    Robert E. Lee Duncan married Ruby Bondurant Doyle
    Clifton G. Duncan married Carol Seal Waltman June 1920, Lou, KY
    Wm. W. Page died July 5, 1932 Lou, KY, buried in Cave Hill Cem.
    Levin Elliott Goslee died March 2, 1934, Carrollton, KY
    Carol Waltman Duncan died 1958, Shelbyville Rd. Lou, KY (buried Resthaven Cem) Jefferson Co, KY
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  • [S3243] E-mail from Charlene Reeds Ebeling, to Garril L Kueber, October 25, 2005.
  • [S3479] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Tilden Cain, Franklin County, Bald Knob Precinct, May 10, 1910, Sheet 3A, Bald Knob Road, Dwelling 55, Family 56, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Cain, S T, male, white, age 34, married 9 years, farmer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Addia, wife, white, female, age 35, married 9 years, 5 children, 5 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Willliam , son, white, male, age 8, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Saul?, son, male, white, age 7, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Rodman, son, male, white, age 6, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Lawrence, son, male, white, age 4, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Edith Hall, daughter, female, white, age 2, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3481] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, Rodman Cain, Shelby County, Christiansburg, ED 106-15, April 28, 1930, Sheet 13A, Dwelling 302, Family 325, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Cane, Rodman, head, male, white, age 26, married age 24, laborer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cane, Nellie, wife, female, white, age 21, married age 19, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3540] U.S. Census Kentucky 1900, Tilden Cain, Franklin County, Bald Knob District, ED 74, June 29, 1900, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 335, Family 341, Ancestry.com Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Cain, Tilden, head, white, male, born Apr 1876, age 24, married 1 year, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Ada, wife, white, female, born Sep 1875, age 24, married 1 year, 1 child, 1 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, William ?, son, white, male, born Nov 1899, age 6/12, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3542] U.S. Census Kentucky 1920, Albert Thompson, Spencer County, Elk Creek Precinct, January 6, 1920, Sheet 3B, Normandy, Dwelling 59, Family 60, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Thompson, Albert, male, white, age 45, married, farmer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Thompson, Eva, wife, white, female, age 45, married, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Thompson, Mary Ellen, daughter, white, female, age 12, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Thompson, Ludwina, daughter, female, white, age 8, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Mary, niece, female, white, age 9, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Haws, niece, female, white, age 6, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Sam, nephew, male, white, age 18, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Edyth, niece, female, white, age 11, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3550] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, Albert Thompson, Oldham County, Goshen District 1, April 14, 1930, Sheet 4A, Dwelling 72, Family 73, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Thompson, Albert, male, white, age 51, married age 25, carpenter, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Thompson, Eva C, wife, white, female, age 56, married age 29, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Thompson, Lidwyna, daughter, female, white, age 18, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Mary E, niece, female, white, age 19, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Cain, Martha H, niece, female, white, age 17, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3552] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, S T Cain, Franklin County, Frankfort, Ward 3, April 7, 1930, Sheet 3B, Benson Turnpike, Dwelling 60, Family 75, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    lodger with Leslie Hudson family
    Cain, S T, male, white, age 53, widowed, born Kentucky, father born Indiana, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S5309] Julia Bright Duncan, Kentucky Death Certificate 23727, died October 20, 1932, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5469] Albert Thompson, Kentucky Death Certificate 9171, died April 11, 1942, General Hospital, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, Ancestry.com,.
  • [S10352] U.S. Census Missouri 1880, John Massingil, Daviess County, Jamesport, June 5, 1880, Page 10, Dwelling 95, Family 102, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S11185] U.S. Census Kentucky 1870, Jeff Satterwhite, Anderson County, Lawrenceburg, July 2, 1870, Page 36, Dwelling 375, Family 375, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S11186] U.S. Census Kentucky 1900, Seren Jensen, Anderson County, Alton Precinct, June 18, 1900, Page 11A, Dwelling 208, Family 209, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S11187] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Soren Jensen, Anderson County, Alton Precinct, April 20, 1910, Page 5A, Dwelling 103, Family 103, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S11188] U.S. Census Kentucky 1920, S Jensen, Anderson County, Alton Precinct 5, January 31, 1920, Page 9A, Clifton Pike, Dwelling 188, Family 191, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S14010] U.S. Census Kentucky 1940, Albert Thompson, Trimble County, Bedford, April 13, 1940, Page 6A, Household 120, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S14011] Samuel Tilden Cain, Kentucky Death Certificate 6493, died March 25, 1944, Frnaklin County, Frankfort, Kings Daughters Hospital, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, Ancestry.com,.
  • [S14095] U.S. Census Iowa 1880, Alexander Swartz, Polk County, Des Moines, Ward 2, July 7, 1880, Page 51, 120 Eight Street, Dwelling 537, Family 541, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.