• [S613] U.S. Census Kentucky 1850, William Bohannon, Shelby Co, District 1, October 5, 1850, page 329B, Dwelling 829, Family 829, Ancestry.com census image, National Archives, Washington DC,
    W Bohannon, age 63, male, born Kentucky, farmer, real estate 3000
    J Bohannon, age 57, female, born Kentucky
    H Bohannon, age 30, male, born Kentucky, farmer
    W Bohannon, age 27, male, born Kentucky, farmer,.
  • [S2094] U.S. Census Kentucky 1850, John Bohannon, Franklin Co, District 2, August 29, 1850, Page 82B, Dwelling 446, Family 449, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives Washington D.C.,
    John Bohannon, age 50, male, farmer, born Kentucky, real estate 450
    Polly Bohannon, age 67, female, born Virginia
    America Bohannon, age 27, female, born Kentucky
    Robert Bohannon, age 25, male, laborer, born Kentucky,.
  • [S2115] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby County Kentucky Marriages Vol II (1834-1878) Page 77, Marriage of Lawrence Murphy and Francis Pierson, Garril Louis Kueber Sr.
    Murphey, Lawrence and Francis Pierson, widow of Meshiac Pierson, married 16 September, 1850, bondsman Wm. Bohannon.
  • [S2117] William G Scroggins, File on William Bohannon (1786-1865), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated July 30, 1998,Shelby County, Kentucky,William Bohannon deed 1828,page 4-5,
    William Bohannon owned land in Shelby County before 1828 but a deed of purchase by him has not been located. On 15 March 1828 William and Jane Bohannon sold 10 acres and 26 poles on Benson Creek in Shelby County to Daniel Wilcoxson for $25:

         This Indenture made this 15th day of March in the year 1828 between William Bohannon of Shelby County and State of Kentucky of the one part and Daniel Wilcoxson of the same County and State of the other part Witnesseth that ... William Bohannon for ... the sum of twenty five dollars ... paid by ... Daniel Wilcoxson ... hath ... sold ... unto ... Daniel Wilcoxson ... that tract ... of land situate ... in the County and State aforesaid on the waters of Bensons Creek being part of Bealls survey and bounded as follows viz Beginning at a beech and sugar tree corner to the tract of land belonging to the heirs of William Cook decd thence N87 1/4 E102 1/2 po to a beech and sugar tree being Bealls NEtn corner thence S4 1/2 E15 1/2 po to an elm and ash on the side of a branch thence S87 1/4 W102 1/2 po to a beech and sugar tree thence N6 W16 po to the begng containing 10 acres and 26 poles be the same more or less ... In witness whereof ... William Bohannon with Jane his wife who hereby relinquished her right of dower in and to the lands conveyed in this deed hath hereunto set their hands and seals the day and date first above written
         Signed sealed and delivered William Bohannon (Seal)
         in presents of Jane Bohannon (Seal)
         Seth Cook
         William Cook

         Commonwealth of Kentucky Shelby County to wit I James S. Whitaker Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that this deed from William Bohannon and his wife Jane Bohannon to Daniel Wilcoxson was this day produced to me in my office by the said grantor and acknowledged by the said William Bohannon to be his act and deed and the said Jane Bohannon being examined by me privily and apart from her husband declared that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver the said writing and wished not to retract it and acknowledged the said writing again shown and explained to her to be her act and deed ... Given under my hand this 15th day of March 1828
    Att James S. Whitaker Clk

    It has not been determined whether the grantee Daniel Wilcoxson was the father or brother of Jane Bohannon. Her parents moved from Woodford County to Shelby County after 1820.,.
  • [S2118] William G Scroggins, File on William Bohannon (1786-1865), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated July 30, 1998,Shelby County, Kentucky,William Bohannon deed 1835,page 5-6,
    On 27 March 1835 William Bohannon bought land on Benson Creek in Shelby County from Polly Miles:

         This Indenture made this 27th day of March in the year of our Lord 1835 between Polly Miles of the County of Shelby and State of Kentucky of the first part and William Bohannon of the County of Shelby and State of Kentucky of the second part Witnesseth that ... Polly Miles for ... the sum of one hundred and thirty dollars ... hath ... sold ... unto ... William Bohannon ... thirty seven acres and fifty three poles ... corner to James Baskett ... to Abm Cook ... to James Miles ... to ... Bealls original corner ... near a branch ...
         Ackd in presents of her
         Henry Bohannon Polly X Miles (Seal)
         Peter Vardeman mark

    This deed was presented into court by Polly Miles and proved by Henry Bohannon and Peter Vardeman on 11 May 1835.
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  • [S2121] Cemeteries in Shelby County, Kentucky (Shelby County Historical Society, (1978)), page 143, Bohannon Cemetery,
    Location: From Bagdad, KY, drive east on KY 12 for 0.9 mile and after crossing the railroad bridge at Consolation turn right on KY 1005. Travel southeast for 0.9 mile and turn left into the farm now owned by Billy Wright. The cemetery is located 1,600 feet due east of this point in a grove of trees on the northern edge of a corn field.
    Condition: This cemetery occupies an area measuring 45' by 50'. It is not fenced and as a result all the markers are down. In addition to the markers listed, the survey located 25 graves marked by fieldstones. This survey was made on Oct 22, 1978.

    Frances M Bohannon, born Oct 13, 1845, died Jan 19, 1851.
    James M Bohannon, born Oct 15, 1847, died Oct 21, 1848.
    __he Rad__, wife of __ichard Radford and daughter of __ebert F Gale and Elizabeth Gale was born February 1st __ married July 1st, 1829 departed this life August 1st, 1833 aged 24 years and __. (This is a slab type marker which was broken into some two dozen pieces. Part of the stone were not found.
  • [S2124] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby County Kentucky Marriages Vol II (1834-1878) Page 87, Marriage of William Bohannon and Rebecca Maddox, Garril Louis Kueber Sr.
    William Bohannon and Rebecca Maddox, widow of William M Maddox, married February 10, 1853, bondsman - Abram Lewis.
  • [S2125] William G Scroggins, File on William Bohannon (1786-1853), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated July 30, 1998,Shelby County, Kentucky,William Bohannon will,page 12, Shelby County, Kentucky, Will Book 30, page 407,
    The will of William Bohannon was dated 08 September 1853 and was proved in November 1865. He left his entire estate to his wife Jane and only mentioned one child by name, Samuel:

         I William Bohannon Senr of the County of Shelby and State of Kentucky being at this time in as good health as common & and of sound and disposeing mind and memory do make this as and for my last will and testament as follows to wit. - First after my death I wish all my Just debts and expenses to be paid as soon as convenient out of any money or personal property that may then be on hand. -      Secondly I will and bequeath to my wife Jane every Species of property that I am possessed of dureing her natural life or widowhood - to be used by her in a prudent and careful manner. And in case of her marriage then she is to have one      third of my land & and my negro girl Martha dureing her natural life & then the said property is to return to my estate. And in case she never should marry then she is to have everything as aforesaid both real & person dureing her life. Thirdly      after the death of my wife it is my will that all my slaves be then valued by good & disinterested men to be chosen for that purpose by my children provided they can agree upon them three in number & if my children cannot agree upon the men to value the slaves as aforesaid then and in that case the County Court for Shelby County shall appoint appraisers upon the application of any one of my heirs provided the others all have notice of said application and when the slaves shall be valued then my will is that my son Samuel shall have my negro man Green at his evaluation as aforesaid and if he refuse to take him then I wish Green and all the      balance of my slaves to go to my other children & not be sold out of my family and should any two or more of my children want any one of said slaves then I wish that one of my children to have said slaves that will give the most money for him or her and should there be any one of said slaves that no one of my children will be willing to take at the appraisement aforesaid then & in that case I wish said slave or slaves to be put up at auction between my children or their legal representatives & whichever is the hiest bidder is to have said slave or slaves But in no case do I want them to be sold out of the family. - Fourthly my will is that each one of my children or their legal heirs have an equal part of my estate but that portion of it that will be going to my daughters I wish it to go to them & to them only their      husbands to have no power or control over it whatever. - Fifthly after the death of my wife my will is that my land be either sold or divided as my children may chose that is if they chose to divide it let it be so done & if not it must be sold to the hiest bidder on a reasonable credit & the money when collected given legally to my heirs together with the procedures of any personal property that may then be on hand. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 8th day of September 1853.
         Signed sealed and acknowledged
         in presence of Wm Bohannon (Seal)
         Henry Bohannon
         W H Botts

         Kentucky Shelby County Court Sct
         November Term 1865
         A writing purporting to be the last will and testament of William Bohannon Sr decd was produced in Court and proven by the oath of Henry Bohannon and W H Botts the subscribing witness thereto Whereupon said will is ordered to be recorded
    Att John T Ballard Clk
    Shelby County Court
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  • [S2126] U.S. Census Kentucky 1880, John Horn, Shelby Co, ED 190,, June 5, 1880, Page 4, Dwelling 24, Family 26 & 27, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Family 26
    John Horn, white, male, age 30, born Ireland, father born Ireland, mother born Ireland, farmer
    Rebecca Horn, white, female, age 25, wife, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, keeping house
    Samuel Horn, white, male, age 9, son, born Kentucky, father born Ireland, mother born Kentucky
    Wm Horn, white, male, age 8, son, born Kentucky, father born Ireland, mother born Kentucky
    Jane Bohannon, white, female, age 95, grandmother, widow, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Family 27
    Abraham Bohannon, white, male, age 68, father-in-law, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, farmer
    Polly Bohannon, white, female, age 60, wife, born Kentucky, father born Virginia, mother born Virginia, keeping house
    Marion Bohannon, white, male, age 17, son, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, farm laborer
    (?) Lewis, black, female, age ?, servant,.
  • [S2572] E-mail from Ann Lorenze, to Garril L Kueber, July 20, 2002.
  • [S2765] U.S. Census Kentucky 1840, Wm Bohannon, Shelby County, 1840, Page 138, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Wm Bohannon
    male age 50-60: 1
    male age 20-30: 2
    male age 15-20: 2
    male age 10-15: 1
    female age 40-50: 1
    female age 5-10: 1,.
  • [S2827] U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Kentucky, 1820, William Buckhannon, Shelby County, 1820, Page 152, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    William Buckhannon
    male 26-45: 1
    male 16-26: 1
    male 0-10: 3
    female 26-45: 1
    female 0-10: 3,.
  • [S2832] U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Kentucky, 1810, William Bohannon, Shelby County, 1810, Page 232, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    William Bohannon
    male 16-26: 3
    female 16-26: 1
    female 0-10: 1,.
  • [S2834] U.S. Census Kentucky 1830, William Bohannon, Shelby County, 1830, Page 263, north of road from Louisville to Frankfort, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    William Bohannon
    male 40-50: 1
    male 15-20: 1
    male 10-15: 1
    male 5-10: 3
    male 0-5: 1
    female: 30-40: 1
    female: 15-20: 2
    female: 10-15: 1,.
  • [S3472] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, William B Scroggins, Jefferson County, Louisville, Ward 6, April 4, 1930, Sheet 4B, 1027 Second Street, Dwelling 34 Family 98 (lodging with), Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Scroggins, William B, lodger, male, white, age 51, married age 22, asst manager retail furniture, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Scroggins, Otia R, lodger, female, white, age 45, married age 17, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3555] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, Landon Young, Shelby County, Christianburg, April 10, 1930, Sheet 4B, Duncan & Lebanon, Dwelling 92, Family 92, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Young, Landon, male, white, age 28, married age 18, farmer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Young, Gladys, wife, female, white, age 25, married age 15, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Young, May, daughter, female, white, age 7, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S3931] Unknown author, Scroggins-Young1 File (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  • [S10436] U.S. Census Kentucky 1860, John Bohannon, Franklin County, District 2, June 21, 1860, Page 41, Dwelling 303, Family 292, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S10440] U.S. Census Kentucky 1860, John W Deakins, Franklin County, District 2, July 17, 1860, Page 84, Dwelling 609, Family 598, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S14061] U.S. Census Kentucky 1940, Mattie Young, Franklin County, Bald Knob, April 16, 1940, Page 9B & 10A, St John Road, Household 161, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.