• [S496] William Gilbert Scroggins, James Crook (1686-1726), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Crook4_James_1686.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated February 3, 1989, received 1998,.
  • [S505] William Gilbert Scroggins, John Crook (1705-1747), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Crook3_John_1705.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated February 3, 1989, received 1998,.
  • [S506] William Gilbert Scroggins, John Crook jr (1722-1789), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Crook2_John_1722.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated January 27, 1989, received 1998,.
  • [S512] William Gilbert Scroggins, John Van Meter (1683-1745), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Vanmeter1_John_born_1683.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated November 13, 1989,.
  • [S534] Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Spencer County Kentucky Volume III Wills 1824-1845 Dallas Public Library.
  • [S970] U.S. Census Kentucky 1830, Obadiah Cheatham, Spencer County, 1830, Page 348, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Obadiah Cheatham
    male age 60-70: 1
    male age 10-15: 3
    female age 50-60: 1
    female age 15-20: 2
    female age 10-15: 1
    zero slaves,.
  • [S1319] Cheatham surname file, assorted material contributed by various people, Kentucky Historical Society Library,
    quality of the information is unknown.

    Report of descendants of Daniel Cheatham, jr of Washington Co, Ky b. ca. 1769 Chesterfield Co, VA, d. 1848 Washington Co, KY descendants do not mention America or my Obadiah. Extensive hand-written series of reports on Obadiah Cheatham - copied some.,.
  • [S1933] E-mail from William T Cheatham, to Garril L Kueber, October 8, 2000.
  • [S1953] E-mail from William T Cheatham, to Garril L Kueber, October 11, 2000.
  • [S2109] William G Scroggins, File on John Jones (1733-1793), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated March 22, 1995,Frederick County, Virginia Colony,John Jones 1752 deed,pages 2-3,
    Robert and Mary Van Meter Jones lived in the part of Lunenburg County that became Halifax County in 1752. On 09 November 1752 Robert and Mary Jones of Halifax County sold the tract of land in Frederick County that she inherited from her father:

         This Indenture made the 9th Day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & fifty two Between Robert Jones & Mary his wife of Hallyfax County in Virginia of the one part and Edward Lucas of Frederick County in Virginia aforesd of the other part Witnesseth that ... Robert Jones & Mary his wife for ... seventy pounds Curt Money ... paid by ... Edward Lucas ...      Have ... sold ... unto ... Edward Lucas ... all that tract ... of Land containing three hundred & fifty acres Scituate in the County of Frederick ... on the waters of Cohongo River being the Plantation whereon the sd Robert Jones formerly lived and bounded according to several Meets & bounds mentioned in a Devise of the last will & Testament of John Vanmetere whereby the sd Land is bequeathed unto the above named Mary Jones being then wife of Robert Jones & to the Heirs of her Body lawfully begotten ... To have and to hold the sd Tract & parcell of Land & premises with the appurtenances unto ... the sd Edward Lucas ... In Witness whereof ... Robert Jones & Mary his wife have ... set their Hands & seals the day month & year above written
         Sealed & Delivered                         Robert Jones (Seal)
         In presence of the Court                     her
                                            Mary M Jones (Seal)
                                             Mark

         Received of Edward Lucas the within mentioned Sum of Seventy ... pounds Curt      money of Virginia being the Consideration Money expressed in the within Deed ... the 9th Day of November Anno Domini 1752
         Witness present                         Robert Jones

         Memorandum that on this 9th Day of November 1752 full quiet & peaceable possession of Livery & Seizin was given by ... Robert Jones to ... Edward Lucas ...

         At a Court continued and held for Frederick County on Thursday the 9th Day of November 1752
         Robert Jones & Mary his wife in open Court acknowledged this their Deed of Feoffment with a Receipt of Livery & Seizin endowed to Edward Lucas and Mary the wife of ... Robert Jones being first privately examined & in Court relinquished her Right of Dower ...

         Know all men by these presents that I Robert Jones of the County of Hallifax in the Colony of Virginia am held & firmly bound unto Edward Lucas of the County of Frederick in the Colony aforesd in the sum of two hundred pounds Current Money of Virginia to be paid to ... Edward Lucas his Exrs Admrs & Assigns to the which payment ... I bind myself my Heirs Exrs. and Admrs firmly by these presents As witness my Hand & seal the 9th Day of November Anno Domini 1752
         The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Robert Jones & Mary his wife and John Jones their son & heir at Law have by Deeds of Conveyances of equal Date with these presents for ... seventy pounds Current money of Virginia ... sold ... to ... Edward Lucas ... a certain Tract ... of Land containing three hundred & fifty acres ... in the County aforesd Now if the above bound Robert Jones his Heirs and assigns shall in all things perform fulfill and Keep every Clause Article and Covenant in the sd Deeds Expressed and further if the said Edward Lucas his Heirs & assigns shall from time to time & at all times forever hereafter peaceably & quietly hold occupy & enjoy the said Land in the above recited Conveyance mentioned against the Claim or Claims of them      the sd Robert Jones & Mary his wife & John Jones their son & Heir at Law or any person or persons claiming or to claim by from or under them that then the above obligation to be void Else remain in full force & Virtue
         Sealed & Delivered                         Robert Jones (Seal)
         In presence of The Court
         At a Court continued & held for Frederick County on Thursday the 9th Day of Novr 1752
         Robert Jones in open Court acknowledged his Bond for performing covenants to Edward Lucas which on the motion of the sd Edward was admitted to Record                                         Teste J Wood Cl

    The inclusion of John Jones in this transaction as heir-at-law indicates that he was the eldest son of Robert Jones and Mary Van Meter who had a vested right in his parent's property under the law of primogeniture.,.
  • [S2110] 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 deed 1760,pages 3-4,
    Robert and Mary Van Meter Jones were residents of Bedford County, Virginia, on 19 June 1760 when they sold 315 acres of land on the Pigg River in Halifax County to Joseph Rentfro:

         This Indenture made this 19th Day of June one thousand seven hundred and sixty      Between Robert Jones of Bedford County of the one part and Joseph Rentfro of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that ... Robert Jones for ... one      hundred and fifty pounds ... Hath ... sold ... unto ... Joseph Rentfro ... all that Tract ... of Land Containing 315 Acres in the County of Halifax on both forks of pig River ... In witness whereof the said Robert Jones hath hereunto set his hand and seal
                                            Robert Jones (Seal)

         At a Court held for Halifax County the XIXth Day of June 1760 The above      Indenture was by the above named Robert Jones acknowledged to his Act and Deed and Mary Wife of the said Robert Jones being privately Examin'd (as the
         Law directs) Relinquished her rights of Dower in the Land & premises Conveyed      by the said Indentr. which was ordered to be Recorded,.
  • [S2665] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1710- ), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook2_William_1710.pdf, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated May 28, 1998,.
  • [S2710] William Gilbert Scroggins, File on Royal Wade, Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated June 26, 1998,Spencer County, Kentucky,Obediah Cheatham will,
    Obediah Cheatham died in Spencer County, Kentucky, about 1837. In his will, dated 24 August 1836 and proved 02 October 1837, Obediah (Obadiah) Cheatham named his wife Lucy Cheatham, daughters Dolly Cheatham and Sally Russell, and son John Wesley Green Cheatham. The wife and son were named as executors. The will was witnessed by John Cochran and Thomas J. Martin who also secured the bond of administration for the executors. (Spencer County, Kentucky, Records, Volume III, Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Ada, OK, 1979.),.
  • [S2842] William G Scroggins, Reuben Cook ( -1750), Garril Louis Kueber Sr,unpublished, last updated December 16, 1989, received 1998,Isle of Wight County, Virginia,Reuben Cook will,pages 2-3,
    In the Name of God Amen I Ruben Cook of Isle of Wight County being of good Health at present praised be God, Do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in Manner and Form as follows
         Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Son John Cook the Plantation whereon      Abraham Brawler formerly did Live with one half of the Land that I bought of the sd Abraham Brawler to him and his Heirs forever likewise one Feather Bed and Furniture
         Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Son Benjamin Cook the remainder part of the      Land which I bought of Abraham Brawler it being the Land whereon Abraham Brawler Junr did Live to him and his Heirs forever likewise one Feather Bed and Furniture
         Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Joel Cook the Plantation whereon I now live      with all the Land thereunto belonging and his Heirs forever likewise one Feather Bed & Furniture and Still
         Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Son Nathan Cook Twelve Pounds Cash likewise one Feather Bed and Furniture
         Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Ann Whitehead One Feather Bed Rugg Sheet and Blanket
         Item I Give & Bequeath to my Daughter Hannah One Feather Bed Rugg Sheet and Blanket
         Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Thamer Cook One Feather Bed Rugg Sheet and Blanket
         Item And as for the Rest of my Estate I Give the Use of it to my wife Hannah Cook during her Natural Life or Widdowhood and after her Decease my Will is that the Remainder of my Estate shall be equally devided between seven of my Children (to wit) John Benjamin Nathan & Joel Hannah Elizabeth and Thamer      
    Item I Give and Bequeath unto Son William Cook five Shillings Cash I likewise constitute my Son Joel Cook my whole and sole Exor of this my last Will and Testament by him freely to be possest and do utterly Revoak and Disanull all former Wills hereunto by me made or any Ways by me named or before by me      Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this 19th day of November in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty      Signed, Sealed and Published
         & Declared in psnce of us                     Ruben R Cook (LS)
         Test Law Lancaster Thomas Betts

         At a Court held for Isle of Wight County August 1st 1751
         The last Will and Testament of Ruben Cook deceased was presented in Court by Joel Cook the Executor therein named who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oath of Lawrence Lancaster and Thomas Betts the Witnesses thereto is ordered to be Recorded
                                       Test Jas Baker ClCur
    ,.
  • [S3393] U.S. Census Kentucky 1860, William Peters, Anderson County, Laurenceburg post office, July 20, 1860, Pages 143 & 144, Dwelling 1130, Family 1011, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    William Perry, age 68, male, farmer, born Kentucky
    Catharina Perry, age 70, female, born Kentucky
    Christopher Perry, age 27, male, farmer, born Kentucky
    Francis Perry, age 19, female, born Kentucky
    Benj Foreman, age 56, male, farmer, born Kentucky
    Margaret Foreman, age 58, female, born Kentucky
    Benjamin Foreman, age 18, male, farmer, born Kentucky
    George Foreman, age 14, male, born Kentucky
    William E Peters, age 61, male, farmer, born Kentucky
    Agnes R Peters, age 58, female, born Kentucky
    Louisa Peters, age 28, female, born Kentucky
    Lucy S Peters, age 26, female, born Kentucky
    Julia A Peterrs, age 24, female, born Kentucky,.
  • [S11559] U.S. Census Indiana 1850, James Peters, Boone County, District 7, September 26, 1850, Page 355, Dwelling 1647, Family 1667, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S11560] U.S. Census Indiana 1850, Joseph Peters, Boone County, District 7, September 26, 1850, Page 355, Dwelling 1648, Family 1668, Ancestry.com Census images, National Archives, Washington D.C.,.
  • [S12214] Ancestry.com database, Kentucky Marriages 1802 to 1850,.
  • [S15732] U.S. Census Indiana 1850, Thomas Ellis, Howard County, Harrison Township, August 17, 1850, Page 858, Dwelling 127, Family 127, Ancestry.com Census Images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S25577] Unknown author, GEDCOM File from Carolyn Hoffman (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).