• [S1300] William Logan Johnson, Kentucky Archives Death Certificate Microfilm 7016147 Death Certificate No. 26209, died October 10, 1912, Frankfort, Kentucky, Kentucky Archives,
    William Logan Johnson, widowed, farmer, died 10 Oct 1912, in Jacksonville, Shelby Co, age 89 years, 7 months, 25 days. Father- Jones Johnson, born Kentucky. Mother- Crook, born Kentucky. Buried Indian Fork Cemetery 10 Oct 1912. Cause- old age. Informant- Jas. L Johnson of Bagdad.
  • [S1420] Marriages Virginia to 1800,.
  • [S1600] William G Scroggins, Notes on Jones Johnson,unpublished, February 13, 1845, James Miles, Sr from Polly Johnson, et al,Shelby Co, Kentucky,Shelby County, Kentucky Deed (indenture),Deed Book O2, Page 116-118,
    transcription in possession of William G Scroggins as of 17 Mar 1997 (copy extracted from Notes on Jones Johnson, page 2-4 by William G Scroggins)
    An indenture by the heirs of Jones Johnson includes Logan Johnson which indicates that William Logan Johnson went by his middle name. Robert and Fountain undoubtedly did not participate in the deed because they were minors. The name of Louisa Johnson who married William Wade was written Eliza throughout the document, by the recorder who copied the original deed for entry in the record book, excepting for her signature which was copied correctly as Louisa:

         This Indenture made the 13th day of February in the year of Our Lord 1845 Between Polly Johnson widow of Jones Johnson Decd. Logan Johnson Polly Johnson & William Wade & Eliza his wife late Eliza Johnson of Franklin County Kentucky Preston Carr and Elizabeth his wife late Elizabeth Johnson of Platte County Missouri, and Abraham Christie and Sally his wife late Sally Johnson of Buckhannon County Missouri heirs and legal Representatives of Jones Johnson      Decd. late of Franklin County of the first part and James Miles Senr. of Shelby County Kentucky of the second part Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand and sixty dollars in hand paid the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain & sell unto the said party of the second part all of those two tracts of land in Shelby County Kentucky on the waters of Six Mile Creek and thus Bounded Viz. The first tract contains twenty eight acres and is bounded by the lands of Samuel Miles Israel Christie John Radford and John Johnson. The other tract contains about Sixty two acres and is bounded by the lands of Israel Christie Abraham & William Miles Thomas Neal and John Radford Together with all and Singular the Appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. To Have and To Hold the said two tracts of land and appurtenances unto the said James Miles Sr his heirs Executors or administrators the afore said tracts of land and premises unto the said James Miles Sr his heirs or assigns against the claim or claims of all and Every person or persons whatsoever doth and will forever Warrant & defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & date first above written her
    Polly X Johnson (Seal)
    mark
                                            Logan Johnson (Seal)
                                             her
    Polly X Johnson (Seal)
    mark
                                             his
    William X Wade (Seal)
    mark
                                            Louisa Wade (Seal)
                                                  (Seal)
                                            Elizabeth Carr (Seal)
                                            Abram Christie (Seal)
                                             her
    Sarah X Christie (Seal)
    mark
         State of Kentucky
              Franklin County Sct
         We Samuel Bristow and J. Thompson J. P. two of the Commonwealths Justices of the peace in and for the County aforesaid do certify that Polly Johnson Widow of Jones Johnson Decd. and Logan Johnson, Polly Johnson Jr & William Wade and Eliza his wife late Eliza Johnson heirs of said Jones Johnson Decd. Came personally before us and subscribed and acknowledged the within deed to be their act and deed We having Examined the said Eliza Wade Separate and apart from her said husband and the said deed being by us shown and Explained unto her she freely relinquished her right of Inheritance in the said lands in said deed mentioned and desired us to certify said acknowledgment to the clerk of the Shelby County Court in order that the said deed may be there recorded. In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands & seals the 15th day of February 1845
                                            Samuel Bristow (Seal)
                                            J. Thompson J P (Seal)

         (Certification of the justices by Alexander H. Rennick, Clerk, Franklin County      Court)

         Kentucky Shelby County Sct
         I James S. Whitaker Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid certify that this deed from Polly Johnson & others to James Miles Sr. was produced to me      in my office on the 4th day of August 1849 with certificates thereon written and acknowledged by Abram Christie and Sarah his wife parties thereto to be their act and deed and the said Sarah Christie being Examined by me privily and apart from her said husband declared that she did freely and willingly Seal and deliver said writing and wishes not to retract it, and acknowledged said writing again shown and Explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that the same may be Recorded. And on the 12th day of October 1849 said deed was acknowledged by Elizabeth Carr to be her act and deed, Whereupon said deed certificate and this certificate were Recorded in my office. Given under my hand the date last aforesaid
                                       James S. Whitaker Clk
                                       Shelby County Court

    Preston Carr apparently did not sign the deed or his signature may have been left off the recorded copy inadvertently. A space for his signature appears, followed by a mark indicating his seal. Perhaps he did not sign it because he died between the preparation of the deed in 1845 and its signing and acknowledgment by Elizabeth Johnson Carr in 1849.,.
  • [S2024] William G Scroggins, Notes on Royal Wade, Kentucky Historical Society Library,unpublished, last updated June 26, 1998, before 1790,Woodford County, Kentucky Tax Lists, Boxes 57 and 58,data of Mildred Christie Barnes, Mesa, AZ, 1975; Woodford County tax lists, microfilm boxes 57 and 58, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY.,page 2,.
  • [S2042] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on John Utley (1700s), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated September 9, 1998,Goochland County, Virginia,John Utley Wade deed 1779,pages 3-4,
    Before she married John Utley Wade in 1763, Alice Woodrum inherited 50 acres of land called "The Level" from her father John Woodrum by his will, which was dated 21 April 1760 and proved on 17 February 1761. (Goochland County Will Book 8, page 125.)

    Somehow, perhaps through a mortgage, John Utley and Alice Woodrum Wade shared ownership of her inherited land, or at least part of it, with Bouth Napier. On 20 January 1779 John Utley Wade, his wife Alice and Bouth Napier, all of Goochland County, sold 40 and 1/4 acres to Miriam Pleasants of Powhatan County, Virginia, for 100 pounds current money. Known as The Level, the parcel of land was described as being part of a larger tract once possessed by John Woodrum and bequeathed by him to his daughter Alice in his will dated 17 February 1761. The piece of land adjoined Woodrum's spring and was on the old road next to lands of William Moore, Peter Walker and William Stamps. The three grantors signed the deed with marks. James Pleasants, John Cheadle and Thomas Royster witnessed the signing of John Utley Wade and Alice Wade. Bouth Napier signed in the presence of Turner Clerk, John Dowdy, William Sanders and Rene Napier. John Utley Wade and Alice Wade acknowledged the deed in Goochland Court on 21 June 1779: (Goochland County Deed Book 12, page 251.)

         This Indenture made the Twentieth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & seventy nine between Bouth Napier John Utley Wade and Alice Wade his wife of Goochland County of the one part and Miriam      Pleasants of Powhatan County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Bouth Napier John Utley Wade & Alice Wade his wife for ... the sum of one Hundred pounds Current money of Virginia ... hath ... sold ... unto ... Miriam Pleasants ...      one certain Tract ... containing by survey fourty & a quarter Acres being ... in the County of Goochland which said Tract ... is part of a larger Tract once in the possession of John Woodram Father to Alice the wife of the said John Utly Wade and the said Widram in his last will & Testament bareing date the seventeenth day of February 1761 did give and bequeath the same to his daughter Alice and her      Heirs forever ... and is bounded from Widroms spring along the old Road to a corner pine on William Moores line thence along sd. moores line to a corner pine      on Peter Walkers line thence along sd. Walkers line to a white oak thence on the sd. line to a corner Hickory at the Road on William Stamps line thence along      Stamps line a direct course to the spring at the beginning and is known by that part of the land called the levell ... in witness whereof we have herewith set our hands and affixed our seals the day and year above written.

         Signed Sealed & delivered            his
         in presence of                Bouth X Napier (Seal)
          his                 mark
         Turner X Clerk                 his
          mark                     John Utley X Wade (Seal)
          his                      mark
         John X Dowdy            her
         mark                Alice X Wade (Seal)
         William Sanders            mark
         Rene Napier
    These signed for Bouth Napier John Utley Wade & his wife
         Signed in the presence of us
         Ja Pleasants
         John Cheadle
         Thomas Royster

         At a Court held for Goochland County June the 21st 1779.
         John Utley Wade and Alice Wade his Wife acknowledged this Deed to be their act & deed wch. was ordered to be Recorded
                         Teste
                        Val. Wood Cl Cur,.
  • [S2043] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on John Utley (1700s), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished,, last updated September 9, 1998,Franklin County, Virginia,John Utley Wade deed 1792,pages 5-6,
    John Utley Wade was identified as a resident of Franklin County, Virginia, on 12 November 1792 when he bought 193 acres of land on the south branch of the Pigg River in Franklin County from Joel Ragland of Goochland County for 50 pounds. The tract was bounded by land of Thomas Hutchings and a creek, with the boundary crossing a stream twice. The deed was witnessed by Dolly Wade, Evan Gillespie and John Frazier: (Franklin County, Virginia, Deed Book 2, page 459.)

         This Indenture Made this twelfth day of November in the Year of our Lord one thousand Seven Hundred and ninety two Between Joel Ragland of the County of      Goochland and State of Virginia of the one Part and John Utly Wade of the County of Franklin of the other Part witnesseth that the said Ragland for ... Fifty      Pounds ... Have ... sold ... one Certain Tract or Parcell of Land Containing one Hundred and ninety three Acres ... situate ... in the County of Franklin on the south Branch of Pigg River and bounded as Follows Viz Beginning at Pointers in Thomas Hutchings thence His line ... Cross the fork ... Cross a branch ... white oak on the Creek thence up the same ... in witness whereof the said Joel Ragland Hath Hereunto Set His Hand and affixed His seal the day and year above written
         Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
         John Frazier
         Evin Glaspy           Joel Ragland (LS)
         Dolley Wade

    The deed was proved in Franklin County Court in January 1793 by the witnesses and recorded.,.
  • [S2044] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on John Utley Wade, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated September 9, 1998,Franklin County, Virginia,John Utley Wade's Will,Pages 7-9,
    John Utley Wade died after 27 September 1798, when he wrote his will, and before December of that year, when it was proved in Franklin County Court. In his will he named his wife Ally, his sons Castleton, Royal, John, Anderson and Bradley, and his daughters Susannah Hale, Dorothea Troupe and Mary Wade. Thomas Jones, Jr. and William Akers were appointed as executors of the will, which was witnessed by John Mavity and John Frazier: (Photocopies of Franklin County will and inventory in possession of compiler.)

         In the name of god Amen, I John Utly Wade of the County of Franklin and state of Virginia being sick & weak of Body, but of sound mind and memory, thanks be to god for his mercies, Calling unto mind the mortality of my body and that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament that is to say in the first place I Recommend my soul into the hands of god that gave it and my body to the Earth, to be decently Buried at the discretion of and as touching such worldly goods wherewith it hath pleased god in his mercy to bless me I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and      form to wit First I direct my Executors to pay all my Just debts and funeral Expences out of my Personal Estate, Secondly I give unto my beloved Wife ally Wade one third part of all my Personal Estate together with one third part of the Land whereon I now Live for which I have a bond of Joel Ragland for a Title during her natural Life and I direct my Executors to use all Lawful means to Recover a title for said Tract of Land agreeable to said Raglands Bond for my two sons Bradley and Anderson Wade only Reserving my wifes dower to her during her natural Life and to my son John Wade I Give and bequeath one dollar to be paid out of my Estate and the rest of my Estate I desire to be Equaly divided Between my sons Casleton Wade Royal Wade Bradley Wade and anderson Wade and my daughters Susanna Hale Dorothea Troupe, and Mary Wade, only my      daughters Susanna Hale and Dorothea Troupe Shall allow out of their Shares ten      dollars Each for a Cow Given to Each of them formerly only one mare and bed not to be sold but my wife to have it as part of her dwr. and I also Constitute appoint      and ordain Thomas Jones Junr. & William Akers my whole and sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and affixed my seal this 27th day of September 1798.
         Published Pronounced and Delivered
         by the said John Utly Wade to be
         his Last Will & Testament in presence of us       his
         John Mavity           John Utly J Wade (LS)
         John X Frazier            mark


         At a Court held for Franklin County in December 1798 - the within Last Will & Testament of John Utly Wade was proved by the Oaths of the Witnesses thereto
         Subscribed and the Same was ordered to be Recorded by the Court
    Teste
    James Callaway CC

    On 11 December 1798 the estate of John Utley Wade was inventoried and appraised by Owen Ruble, Isaiah Willis, Peter Young and Christian Harter:

         An Inventory of the goods and Chattels of John Utly Wade deceased taken by us      who was appointed to value the same, whose names are under written December      the 11th 1798.

         The Crop of Rye             £11. 5.--
         Ten Shoats                  2.10.--
         One Horse                     14.--.--
         One Mare                     15.--.--
         One Cow and bell and Yearling             3.12.--
         One pided Cow and Yearling                 3.15.--
         One black Cow with white face & Yearling             3.10.--
         Two Heifers                  3.--.--
         Eight sheep with two bells                  4.--.--
         Eight geese                       1.--.--
         Two Potts, Two Skillets, one Oven, one par. of Hooks           1.16.--
         One shovel plow, 1 Colter, 2 Hoes, 1 Mattack, 2 axes       1.10.--
         Two smoothing Irons                 -. 6.--
         One Saddle                 -.15.--
         One Cotton Wheel, one Flax Wheel            1.--.--
         One Handsaw, one auger                 -. 9.--
         One Iron Wedge, 1 pair of Fire Tongs            -. 7.--
         Six Chairs at tw Dollrs. one Lot of Pewter            2.--.--
         One Spice Mortar, one Lot of Tin Ware            -. 8.--
         One Case of Knives and forks, sickles            -. 6. 6
         One pail & a Pigen, one Lot of Crocks Cups & botts       -. 8.--
         Three feather beds, bedsteads, and Furniture            5.10.--
         One Chest                      -. 4.--
         Washing Tub and Churn                 -. 3.--
         One Kegg, three stands of Bees                 1. 5.--
         One Pickling Tub, and Raw Hide            -. 8.--
         One pair Hames & Chains, one Collar            -. 9.--
         One half Bushel, one pair Wool Cards            -. 3.--
                             78.19. 6
                   Owen Ruble
                   Isaiah Willis
                   Peter Young
                   Christian Harter

         At a Court held for Franklin County at the Courthouse in July 1800
         This Inventory and appraisement of the estate of John Utly Wade deceased was returned to Court and ordered to be recorded
                    Teste     James Callaway CC
    ,.
  • [S2045] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on John Utley Wade, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated September 9, 1998,Franklin County, Viriginia,Owen Thomas Ruble will,Pages 8-9,
    After the death of John Utley Wade, Alice Woodrum Wade married (2) Owen Thomas Ruble, whose will was dated 06 March 1824 and proved on 06 December 1824. It was witnessed by Castleton Wade, John Hale and Jacob Troup. Ruble had been married previously. His legatees were his wife Ally Ruble, her daughter Polly W. Wade, and his own children, Jean Jones, Thomas W. Ruble, Elizabeth Hall, Swinfield Ruble and Margaret Conner. William Jones and John Jones were named as executors. John Hale and Jacob Troup proved the will in court. Abraham Jones and Robert Hairston were securities on the executors' bond in the amount of $1500.00: (Franklin County, Virginia, Will Book 2, pages 619, 620.)

         In the name of God Amen I Owen Ruble of the County of Franklin and State of Virginia being sick and low of body ... do make this my last will and Testament as follows To wit I give and bequeath to her my said wife Ally Ruble by her request all the Estate goods and chattles of every description whatsoever she was possessed of when I married her freely to be possest and enjoyed by her and her heirs forever. In addition to the above named agreement I give unto my beloved wife and her daughter Polly W Wade all my movable estate after my Death first all my lawful debts to be paid and funeral expences I give to my wife and her daughter Polly W Wade all the household and kithen furniture with all my Stock of every description and all my farming tools of every description (I desire so much of my movable estate be cept in my wifes hands for her support during life) As for my land I direct that my Executor sell the same for the best price they can get and make over the sales and divide the money between my children equal with what they have received heretofore ... Jean Jones, Thomas W Ruble, Elizabeth Hall, Swinfield Ruble, Margaret Conner. Also I appoint William Jones & John Jones my sole executors ... In witness I ... Owen Ruble have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this Sixth day of March One thousand eight hundred and twenty four, and of the Commonwealth the forty eight.
         Published pronounced & declared by the said          Owen Ruble (Seal)
         to be his last will and Testament in presence of us
               his
         Castleton X Wade
               mark
          his
         John X Hale
          mark
          his
         Jacob X Troup
          mark

    This will indicates that Alice Woodrum Wade Ruble lived until 06 March 1824 and that her daughter, Mary Wade, apparently did not marry, at least until after that date.,.
  • [S2111] William G Scroggins, File on John Jones (1733-1793), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 22, 1995,Halifax County, Virginia Colony,John Jones survey deed 1766,page 5,
    John Jones had 110 acres of land in Halifax County surveyed to him on 28 November 1766. Situated on both sides of the south fork of the Pigg River, the parcel of land was an irregularly shaped tract along the stream:

                   Jno Jones 110 Ac
         Nov 28th 1766 Survd. for John Jones 110 Ac of Land on both Sides of the so. fork of Pigg River Bounded as follows Vizt Beginning at a poplar on the Cr. the.      new Lines N20o W23 po. to a Chesnut tree S86o W40 to a W. O. N49 1/2o W66 po. Crossing a Branch to a Chesnut tree S35o W82 po. to a W. O. S67o      W175 po. to a Span. O. S15o W35 po. Crossing the Cr. to a Chesnut Oak S71o W42 po. to a W. O. S38o W42 po. to a Span. O. S79o E61 po. to a Sassafras N38o E88 po. to a hickory N67o E28 po. to a poplar on the Cr. the. down the same as it Meanders to an Iron Wood tree The. off N78o E32 po. to a Mahogoney tree S31o E18 po. a R. O. S5o E32 po. to a Chesnut tree N53o E60 po. to a Chest. O. N25o E24 po. to a Span. O. on the Cr. and the. down the Same as Meanders to the Beginning
                                       By P. Payne ASr.

    This tract covered about a mile of river where it flows easterly.,.
  • [S2112] William G Scroggins, File on John Jones (1733-1793), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 22, 1995,Franklin County, Virginia,John Jones deed 1789,page 5,
    John and Mary Jones sold this land to Randolph Hall for 75 pounds on 28 February 1789. This deed described the 110-acre tract as lying in Franklin County, formerly Pittsylvania County, on both sides of the south fork of Pigg River with similar irregular boundaries. The deed was signed by John Jones, who acknowledged it in Court on 02 March 1789. Mary Jones, who did not sign the deed, relinquished her dower right on the same day:

         This Indenture Made This Twenty Eighth day of February one Thousand Seven hundred & Eighty Nine Between John Jones of the County of Franklin of the one part and Randolph Hall of the other part Witnesseth That ... John Jones for ... Seventy five pounds ... paid by ... Randolph Hall ... hath ... Sould ... unto ... Randolph Hall ... One Certain Tract or Parsal of Land Containing one hundred and Ten acres Lying and Being in the County of Franklin formerly Pittsylvania on both sides of the south fork of Pigg River and Bounded as followeth To Wit Begining at a popular on the Creek New Lines North Twenty Degrees West Twenty three poles to a Chesnut Tree North Eighty Six Degrees West forty poles to a white Oak North forty nine and a half Degrees west Sixty Six poles Crossing a Branch to a Chesnut Tree South Thirty five Degrees West Eighty two poles to a white oak South Sixty Seven Degrees West one hundred and Seventy five Poles to a Spanish Oak South Sixteen Degrees West Thirty five poles Crossing the Creek to a Chesnut Oak South Seventy degrees West forty Two poles to a white oak South Thirty Eight Degrees West Forty two poles to a Spanish oak South Seventy nine Degrees East Sixty one poles to a Sassafras North Thirty Eight Degrees East Eighty Eight poles to a Hickory North Sixty seven East Twenty Eight poles to popular on the Creek Then down the same as it Meanders to an Iron wood Tree thence North Seventy Eight Degrees East Thirty Two poles to Mahoggany Tree South Thirty one degrees East Eighteen poles to a red oak South five degrees East Thirty Two poles to a Chesnut Tree North Sixty three Degrees East Sixty poles to a Chesnut oak North Twenty five Degrees East Twenty four poles to a Spanish oak on the Creek and then Down the same as it Meanders to the Begining Together with its appertainences to have and to hold the above Granted Land and premises unto the said Randolph Hall & to his heirs & assigns for Ever Likewise the said John Jones do hereby Warrant & defend the above Granted Land from himself and his heirs and all other persons for Ever In Witness whereof the said John Jones have hereunto set his hand and affixed his Seal the Day and Year above
         written
         Seald & Delivered in Present of us
         William Mavity                         John Jones (LS)
         David Barton
         Thos Jones Jun

         Memorandum that on the day and Year above written, Livery of Seisin of the within Granted Land and Premises was By the within named John Jones Quietly and peasably Made Done and delivered To the within named Randolph Hall,
         According to the Tennor form and affect the within writing Deed
         In presents of us
         William Mavity                         John Jones (LS)
         David Barton
         Thos Jones Jun
         At a Court held for Franklin County on the Second day of March 1789 This Indenture Together with the Memorandum of Livery and Seizin thereon Endorsed were proved by the oaths of three of the witnesses thereto Subscribed to be the acts and deed of the within named John Jones and Mary the wife being Privately      Examined as the Law Directs Relinquished her Right of Dower in & to the within Mentioned Land & Premises all of which were ordered to be Recorded
                                            Teste Ste Smith ClC,.
  • [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  • [S2691] William Scroggins, John Woodrum (1700-1760), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Woodrum_John_1700.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated September 15, 1998,.
  • [S2778] U.S. Census, Kentucky, 1820, James Johnson, Shelby County, 1820, Page 173, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    James Johnson
    males over 45: 1
    males 16 to 25: 1
    males 16 to 18: 1
    males under 10: 2
    females 26 to 45: 1
    females under 16: 1
    male slaves: 2
    female slaves: 2

    (The three male children should have been listed as female.),.
  • [S2808] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby County Kentucky Marriages 1792-1833 (May, 1983), Page 67, Marriage of Jones Johnson and Polly Crook, Garril Louis Kueber Sr.
    Jones Johnson and Polly Crook, daughter of Absa. Crook, deceased, married 1 Mar 1815, Bondsman - Zachariah Crook, brother of Polly.
  • [S2841] William Scroggins, File on John Woodrum (1700-1760), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated September 15, 1998,Goochland County, Virginia,John Woodrum will,pages 3-4,
    In the Name of God Amen I John Widrom of the County of Goochland being weak but of a Sound & Disposing Memmory calling to mind the certenty of Death & the Uncertenty of Life do make this my last will and Testament in manner & form following Viz First my just Debts and Leagucies paid

    Item I lend unto my beloved Wife Mary Widrom during her Life the Land & plantation whereon I now Live

    Item I give and bequeath unto my son William Widrom & to his heirs & assigns for Ever fifty acres of Land beginning at my Spring thence down the Spring branch according as it meanders to Mr. John Bolins line thence along said line to Joseph Clarks Line thence along the said Clarks line to Willm. Moores corner thence along the said Moores line to a corner tree in the said line thence a Steight Corce to the first Station be the same more or Less

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Daughter Alice Widrom & to her heirs & assigns for Ever fifty Acres of Land called the Levell Joyning Thos. Hubbards line and William Moores line as it is there marked out be the same more or less

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Daughter Sarah Widrom & to her heirs & Assigns for Ever fifty Acres of Land Joyning Hubbards line & William Woodalls line as it is there marked out be the same more or less

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Son David Widrom & to his heirs & assigns for Ever fifty acres of land Joyning William Woodalls line & Sampson Woodalls line as it is there marked out be the same more or less

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Weavour & to her heirs & assigns forever fifty acres of land Joyning Sampson Woodalls Line as it is there marked out be the same more or less

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Daughter Susanna Widrom one hiefer called the pyde hiefer & her Increase

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my Son John Widrom & to his heirs & assigns for Ever after my Wifes Deceace the Land & plantation whereon I now Live

    Item I Give & bequeath unto my beloved Wife Mary Widrom & to her heirs & assigns for Ever all the remainder part of my Estate

    I Do also Nominate & Appoint my Sons William Widrom & John Widrom and my son in law Benjamin Weavour Executors of this last will & Testament revoking all other will or wills by me heretofore made As Witness my hand and Seal this Twenty first day of April One thousand seven hundred & Sixty

    Signed Sealed & declared in his presents of                               John Widrom James Mayo                          mark
    his William W Woodall
    mark
    his William 0 Ligon
    mark

    At a Court held for Goochland County February the 17th 1761. William Woodall and William Ligon proved this Writing to be the last Will & Testament of John Widrom decd. & it was thereupon admitted to Record.
    Testeu
    Val: Wood Cl Cur
    ,.
  • [S2847] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on John Jones, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished,, last updated March 22, 1995,Woodford County, Kentucky,John Jones tax lists 1790-1794,Page 9,
    John and Mary (Rentfro?) Jones moved to Kentucky before 28 May 1790 when he appears on the Woodford County, Kentucky, tax list:

         28 May 1790     John Jones 1 white male over 21; 2 horses
         12 Jun 1791     John Jones, Sr. 1 white male over 21
                   John Jones, Jr. 1 white male over 21
              1792     John Jones 1 white male over 21; 1 horse
         13 Sep 1792 John Jones 1 white male over 21; 3 horses, 11 cattle
         12 Oct 1792 John Jones 1 white male over 21; 1 horse; 6 cattle
         14 Aug 1793 (Mary?) Jones (no males listed); 2 horses; 6 cattle
         09 Aug 1793 John Jones, Jr. 1 white male over 21; 1 horse
         23 Aug 1794 John Jones 1 white male over 21; 1 horse; 7 cattle

    These records suggest that John and Mary (Rentfro?) Jones had a son, John, Jr., who became 21 between 28 May 1790 and 12 June 1791; being therefore born about 1770. The tax lists also suggest that John Jones, Sr. died between 12 October 1792 and 14 August 1793.,.
  • [S2849] William G Scroggins, File on William Cook (1730-1790), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated August 20, 1998,Lunenburg County, Virginia Colony,William Cook jr tax lists 1748-50,pages 2-3,
    William Cook was taxed in Lunenburg County in 1748, 1749 and 1750. He appears to have been living with Matthew Talbot, Sr. in 1748:

    A List of titheables taken June ye 10th, 1748 by Mathew Talbot

                   Mathew Talbot List          Mathew Talbot Jr
                                   William Cook
                                         Jno. Meguire          8
                   Thos. Jones List
                                       David Jones
                                         Marmaduke Standfield 9
                   Godfrey Jones List                     4
                   Richd. Jones List                     1
                   Jos. Jones List                     1
                    Philip Jones                     3
                   Coll. Robt. Jones List
                                        Robt. Jones
                                        William Jones
                                        Thos. Jones           10

    A List of titheables from the Mouth of Falling River Upwards for the Year 1748
    taken by John Phelps

                    David Griffith                     1
               Robt. Jones
                         Thos. Jones                     2
                   John Miles                     1
                   James Rentfro                     1
                    Joseph Rentfro                     2
                    William Rentfro                     1
                    William Vardeman
                         John Vardeman
                         William Vardeman Jun                3

    At the June Court 1749 Nicholas Haile (Hayle) was appointed to take the list of titheables "from Goose Creek to the extent of the county upwards" which must have meant the westernmost part of the county. The list of tithes taken by Nicholas Haile for 1749 included:
                    William Cook                     1
                    George Grifeth                     1
                    David Grifeth                     1
                    Robert Jones
                         John Jones                     3
                    Thomas Jones                     1
                    William Mulins                     1
                    Robert Penrey(?)                     1
                    James Rentfro                     1
                    Joseph Rentfro                     2
                    William Rentfro                     1
                    Jacob Van Meter                     1

    The list of tithes for 1750 (incomplete copy) included:

         William Cook               George Grifeth          Robert Pusey
          David Grifeth               William Mulins          Joseph Rentfro
               William Grifeth                         William Rentfro
                    
    Robert [Penrey(?)] of 1749 must have been Robert Pusey who was married to Magdalena Van Meter, sister of Mary Van Meter who married Robert Jones. Isaac Van Meter was their brother.,.
  • [S2965] Dave Willis, Franklin County, Virginia Deed, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,E-mail to Garril Kueber, May 9, 2003,1798 Deed with John Utley,
    On November 5, 1798, John Wade sold 105 acres for $70 to Isaiah Willis "on the branches of Pigg River ... McCoy's line ... Hall's Line ... " Witnesses were Thomas Hale (son of John Hale Sr of Franklin County, formerly of Bent Mountain, Montgomery County), James Welch (husband of Isaiah's niece, Rhoda), John Waid (presumably John Wade's son), and Graylion Zantez (?). (Franklin County Deed Book 3, page 695) Recorded April, 1799.,.
  • [S3078] U.S. Census Kentucky 1850, A Bohannon, Oldham Co, Division 1, August 23, 1850, page 144A, Dwelling 266, Family 277, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Bohannon, A, age 71, male, farmer, real estate 350, born Virginia
    Bohannon, Emily, age 32, female, born Kentucky
    Bohannon, Elizabeth, age 28, female, born Kentucky, insane
    Hutson, E, age 18, female, born Kentucky
    ?, W? A, age 16, male, born Kentucky
    Zaring, Geo, age 12, male, born Kentucky
    Bohannon, Prudence, age 69, female, born Virginia,.
  • [S3612] U.S. Census Virginia 1850, Bradley Waid, Franklin County, October 28, 1850, Page 134B, Dwelling 1101, Family 1097, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives; Washington, DC,
    Waid, Bradley, age 63, male, white, farmer, real estate 2800, born Virginia
    Waid, Mary, age 60, female, born Virginia,.