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Ancestors of Essie Pearl Burton


Generation No. 1

1. Essie Pearl Burton1, born April 25, 1907 in Pulaski County, KY.1; died April 02, 1999 in West Carrollton OH1. She was the daughter of 2. James Thomas Burton and 3. Minnie Rillis Burton. She married (1) Theodore Brewster1 November 1925 in Nancy KY.1. He was born October 18, 1902 in Burnside KY Certificate # 449381, and died September 27, 1978 in Trotwood, OH1. He was the son of Millard Washington Brewster and Martha Jane Isabell.

More About Essie Pearl Burton:
Date born 2: April 25, 19071
Burial: April 07, 1999, Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Theodore Brewster:
Date born 2: October 18, 1902, T. L. Gamblin MD attending Physician1
Burial: October 02, 1978, Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Theodore Brewster and Essie Burton:
Friends: Mrs. W. C. Curtis and J. T. Burton and Mrs A. J. Chadwell1
Marriage: November 1925, Nancy KY.1
Marriage license 1: November 12, 1925, Somerset KY1
Marriage license 2: Certificate #331

Generation No. 2

2. James Thomas Burton1, born August 27, 1878 in Pulaski County, KY.1; died June 24, 1938 in Nancy KY1. He was the son of 4. John Wesley Burton and 5. Mary Jane Marie Dykes. He married 3. Minnie Rillis Burton April 20, 1905 in Nancy KY.1.
3. Minnie Rillis Burton1, born July 28, 1879 in Pulaski County, KY.1; died August 02, 1952 in Nancy KY.1. She was the daughter of 6. Thomas Haydon Burton and 7. Susan Anthony Hudson.

More About James Thomas Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1888
Date born 3: Abt. 1907
Died 2: Aft. 1908
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Minnie Rillis Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1880
Date born 3: Abt. 1889
Died 2: Aft. 1908
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About James Burton and Minnie Burton:
Marriage: April 20, 1905, Nancy KY.1

Children of James Burton and Minnie Burton are:
i. Manilla C. Burton1, born March 12, 1903 in Pulaski County KY1; died April 1966 in Tuson Arizonia1; married Marion Burton August 21, 1919 in Pulaski County KY.1; born 19031; died Aft. 1933.

More About Manilla C. Burton:
Adoption: Was the child of Minnie Rillis Burton1
Burial: Champaign Illinois1

More About Marion Burton and Manilla Burton:
Marriage: August 21, 1919, Pulaski County KY.1

1 ii. Essie Pearl Burton, born April 25, 1907 in Pulaski County, KY.; died April 02, 1999 in West Carrollton OH; married Theodore Brewster November 1925 in Nancy KY..
iii. Eskar L. Burton1, born July 03, 1908 in Pulaski County KY1; died July 12, 1998 in Dayton Ohio1; married Iva Caldone Daulton January 28, 1939 in Pulaski County KY.1; born March 24, 1917 in Pulaski County KY1; died March 28, 1982 in Dayton Ohio1.

More About Eskar L. Burton:
Date born 2: July 03, 1908
Date born 3: Private
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Iva Caldone Daulton:
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Eskar Burton and Iva Daulton:
Marriage: January 28, 1939, Pulaski County KY.1

iv. Berry Daniel Burton1, born November 27, 1910 in Pulaski County KY1; died October 05, 1974 in Dayton Ohio1; married Irene Taylor 1947 in Cincinnati Hamilton Co. Ohio1; born 19101.

More About Berry Daniel Burton:
Burial: October 08, 1974, Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.1

More About Berry Burton and Irene Taylor:
Marriage: 1947, Cincinnati Hamilton Co. Ohio1

v. William Ranter Burton1, born July 17, 19121; married Hollie Marie Burton; born November 13, 1923; died 1940.

More About William Ranter Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1923

vi. Nannie Francis Burton1, born August 20, 19141; married Oscar Leo Isabell; born Abt. 1904 in Scott County Tenn1; died Aft. 1948.
vii. Elimas Burton1, born May 16, 19161
viii. Harry Brent Burton1, born May 31, 1918 in Pulaski County KY1; married Mable "Dorothy" Carver; born 19181.
ix. Thelma Weddel Burton1, born December 17, 1921 in Pulaski County KY1; died December 19, 1989 in Champaign Illinois1; married George B. McClellan; born 1921 in Illinois1; died in Illinois1.

More About Thelma Weddel Burton:
Burial: Champaign Illinois1

x. Myrtie Burton, born Abt. 1900; died Aft. 1921; married Tolar E Prather Bef. 1919; born Abt. 1899; died Aft. 1921.

More About Tolar Prather and Myrtie Burton:
Marriage: Bef. 1919


Generation No. 3

4. John Wesley Burton1, born October 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1910 in Pulaski Co Ky. He was the son of 8. Thomas P Burton and 9. Martha J Leaper. He married 5. Mary Jane Marie Dykes December 20, 1868 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Dykes.
5. Mary Jane Marie Dykes2,3,4,5, born Abt. 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky6,7,8; died Aft. 1886 in Pulaski Co Ky9,10,11. She was the daughter of 10. John Dykes and 11. Melinda Waddle.

More About John Wesley Burton:
Date born 2: October 1849, Pulaski County KY12
Died 2: 1910, Pulaski County KY12
Burial 1: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Burial 2: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.12
Religion: Baptist

More About Mary Jane Marie Dykes:
Date born 2: 1849, Pulaski County KY12
Died 2: Aft. 187812
Burial: Old City Cem Somerset Ky

More About John Burton and Mary Dykes:
Marriage 1: December 20, 1868, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Dykes
Marriage 2: December 20, 1868, Pulaski County KY.12
Marriage license: Bk 3 pge 44 1864 1886
Surety: Peter Monroe Dykes brother

Children of John Burton and Mary Dykes are:
i. Ida Francis Burton12, born January 187012; died Aft. 1895 in Texas12; married Alexander Burton January 16, 1887 in Pulaski County KY.12; born October 1865 in Pulaski County KY12; died Aft. 189512.

More About Alexander Burton and Ida Burton:
Marriage: January 16, 1887, Pulaski County KY.12

ii. Elihu Burton12, born June 20, 1873 in Pulaski County KY12; died October 24, 1933 in Pulaski County KY12; married Delia Pearl Burton October 12, 1902 in Pulaski County KY.12; born October 26, 1885 in Pulaski County KY12; died June 12, 1946 in Pulaski County KY12.

More About Elihu Burton:
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.12

More About Delia Pearl Burton:
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.12

More About Elihu Burton and Delia Burton:
Marriage: October 12, 1902, Pulaski County KY.12

iii. Eligha Burton12, born 187512; died Aft. 187512
2 iv. James Thomas Burton, born August 27, 1878 in Pulaski County, KY.; died June 24, 1938 in Nancy KY; married (2) Minnie Rillis Burton April 20, 1905 in Nancy KY..


6. Thomas Haydon Burton13,14, born January 26, 1852 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 20, 1891 in Pulaski Co Ky. He was the son of 12. John B Jahue Burton and 13. Mary Ann Eastham. He married 7. Susan Anthony Hudson October 30, 187815.
7. Susan Anthony Hudson15, born May 20, 1855 in Pulaski Co Ky15; died 1941 in Pulaski Co Ky. She was the daughter of 14. Ranter William Hudson and 15. Nancy Ann Muse.

More About Thomas Haydon Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1852, Pulaski County KY16
Died 2: Aft. 188516

More About Susan Anthony Hudson:
Name 2: Susan W. Hudson16
Date born 2: May 28, 1855, Pulaski County KY16
Died 2: November 20, 1944, Delmar, Pulaski County KY16
Burial 1: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Burial 2: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.16

More About Thomas Burton and Susan Hudson:
Marriage 1: October 30, 187817
Marriage 2: October 03, 1878, Pulaski County KY.18
Marriage 3: October 30, 1878, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Love
Marriage license: Bk3 pge 45 1864 1886
Surety: John Hudson
Witnesses: James Tarter & Charles Denham

Children of Thomas Burton and Susan Hudson are:
3 i. Minnie Rillis Burton, born July 28, 1879 in Pulaski County, KY.; died August 02, 1952 in Nancy KY; married James Thomas Burton April 20, 1905 in Nancy KY..
ii. Nancy Burton18, born 188518; died Aft. 190618; married Caplinger; born 188518; died Aft. 190618.
iii. Harry "Hosea" Burton18, born 188318; died Aft. 188318
iv. John Burton18, born 188118; died Aft. 188118


Generation No. 4

8. Thomas P Burton18, born Abt. 1823 in Pulaski Co Ky; died December 07, 1895 in Pulaski Co Ky. He was the son of 16. James K Burton and 17. Pasty Martha Baker. He married 9. Martha J Leaper Abt. 1845 in Ky.
9. Martha J Leaper18, born Abt. 1823 in Grayson Co Va; died Aft. 1858.

Notes for Thomas P Burton:
"The Statutes at Large of the United States of America, from December, 1883, To March, 1885, and Recent Treaties, Postal Conventions, and Executive Proclamations"; Volume XXIII; Washington, Government Printing Office; 1885;
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Forty-Eighth Congress. Sess. I. Ch. 237.

Page 552:

CHAP. 237.--An act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the accounting officers of the United States Treasury Department, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the several persons in this act named, the several sums mentioned herein, the same being in full for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full and final discharge of, the several claims examined and allowed by the proper accounting officers under the provisions of the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, since january sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, namely:

Page 571:

To Thomas P. Burton, of Pulaski County, thirty dollars.

source: Cecilia E. Brown.

More About Thomas P Burton:
Date born 2: Bet. 1818 - 1823, Pulaski County KY18
Died 2: February 07, 1895, Pulaski County KY18
Burial 1: Nancy Pulaski Co Ky
Burial 2: Civil War Stop #4. His old home place18
Occupation: Farmer

More About Martha J Leaper:
Date born 2: Abt. 1825, Grayson Co. Virginia18
Died 2: Abt. January 1862, Pulaski County KY (Civil War)18

More About Thomas Burton and Martha Leaper:
Marriage: Abt. 1845, Ky

Children of Thomas Burton and Martha Leaper are:
i. Nancy Jane Leaper19,20,21, born Abt. 184722,23,24; died Aft. 186725,26,27; married William T Ferguson May 16, 1865 in Pulaski Co Ky AHO D F James; born Abt. 1847 in Clayborn Co Tennessee28,29,30; died Aft. 186731,32,33.

More About William Ferguson and Nancy Leaper:
Marriage: May 16, 1865, Pulaski Co Ky AHO D F James
Marriage license: Bk 3pge97 pchs
Surety: Joseph Sewells

4 ii. John Wesley Burton, born October 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1910 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Mary Jane Marie Dykes December 20, 1868 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Dykes; married (2) Malinda Jane Hudson January 30, 1887 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Robert Burton.
iii. Sarah Ann Burton, born November 25, 1851 in Pulaski Co Ky; died September 25, 1922 in Boyle Co Ky; married Peter Monroe Dykes February 28, 1867 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Thomas T Burton; born Abt. 1848 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; died Aft. 1880.

More About Sarah Ann Burton:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Death Cert. #: 19293 Boyle Co Ky

More About Peter Monroe Dykes:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky

More About Peter Dykes and Sarah Burton:
Marriage: February 28, 1867, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Thomas T Burton
Marriage license: Bk 3 pge86 1864 1886
Surety: John W Burton

iv. Jamantha J Burton, born August 25, 1854 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 1855 in Pulaski Co Ky.
v. James Dehoff Burton, born June 16, 1857 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; died Aft. 1880; married Phoebie L Collins January 26, 1880 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Nancy Collins; born Abt. 1859; died Aft. 1880.

More About James Burton and Phoebie Collins:
Marriage: January 26, 1880, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Nancy Collins
Marriage license: Bk3
Surety: A R Burton

vi. Robert Smith Burton, born April 24, 1858 in Pulaski Co Ky; died October 14, 1929 in Cincinnati Ohio; married (1) Artamacie Dove September 21, 1881 in Pulaski Co. Ky at Home Of J O Southerland; born Abt. 1866 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky34,35,36; died Aft. 1881 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky37,38,39; married (2) Martha Elizabeth Burton August 03, 1884 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky at home of F C Burton; born November 14, 1863 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 16, 1922 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (3) Minnie W. Anderson August 07, 1922 in Pulaski Co Ky; born Abt. 1888; died January 08, 1929.

Notes for Robert Smith Burton:
Copy Burton Town School, July 16, 1894 Contract with R S Burton Trustee. Original Copy Owned by Duke Tyrpen.

Record found in Oakalona issionary Baptist Church records, Sept the four Saturday 1912, By order of the church to give brother Robert Burton and sister Martha a letter of dismissal fron this church when joined to same faith and order. COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL OCTOBER - NOVEMBER ( DELMER) {copy D-106}

Mr. Robert Burton, 70 years old a former resident of this county, died in Cincinnati October 14, The remains were brought here. Funeral services and buriel were at Ringold.
Mrs Rutha Baker attended the funeral of her father at Ringold October 16,
Mrs. Julia Burton and cousin of Cincinnati visited her mother one day last week( Rutha Baker)

source Buddy Baker

More About Robert Smith Burton:
Burial: October 1929, Ringold Cem W Somerset Ky
Census 1: 1900, Pg 206 #204 (Nancy Pre)
Census 2: 1910, Pg 476 #238 ( Saline Pre)
Census 3: 1920, Pg 48 # 58 ( Clifty Pre )
Church Affilation: Ringold Baptist
Death Cert. #: D-106,231
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Baptist Oaklona Church
Source: Delores Hudson & Buddy Baker
Undertaker: ( use of Hearse Twice)Somerset Undertaking Co

Notes for Martha Elizabeth Burton:
Working in field a storm came up Robert and children went to barn she went on working was struck by lighting, lived for about three months after being struck by lighting in bed and pain. Family legend says lighting struck a tree near were she was working and ran along the ground on to her. Doctor of that period said her liver was cooked... "Dee-Dee" Grandmother.
source Buddy Baker

More About Martha Elizabeth Burton:
Burial: Ringold Cem W Somerset Ky
Cause of Death: Struck by Lighting
Church Affilation: Ringold Baptist

More About Robert Burton and Martha Burton:
Death of one spouse: ending statis
Marriage: August 03, 1884, Pulaski Co. Kentucky at home of F C Burton
Marriage license: Bk3 Pge 45
Minister: F C Burton
Surety: John W Burton
Witnesses: John W Burton & Ira Turpen

vii. Thomas M Burton, born September 06, 1861 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; died Aft. 1861.

More About Thomas M Burton:
Died 2: Unknown40,41


10. John Dykes42,43,44,45, born 182946; died Aft. 184946,47,48,49. He married 11. Melinda Waddle.
11. Melinda Waddle50, born 182950; died Aft. 184950.

More About John Dykes:
Date born 2: Abt. 1829, Ky51,52,53

Notes for Melinda Waddle:

Descendants of Melinda Waddle


Generation No. 1

1. MELINDA1 WADDLE was born 1829, and died Aft. 1849. She married JOHN DYKES. He was born 1829, and died Aft. 1849.

More About JOHN DYKES:
Date born 2: Abt. 1829, Ky

Children of MELINDA WADDLE and JOHN DYKES are:
2. i. MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, b. Abt. 1849, Pulaski Co Ky; d. Aft. 1886, Pulaski Co Ky.
ii. PETER MONROE DYKES, b. Abt. 1848, Pulaski Co .Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880; m. SARAH ANN BURTON, February 28, 1867, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Thomas T Burton; b. November 25, 1851, Pulaski Co Ky; d. September 25, 1922, Boyle Co Ky.

More About PETER MONROE DYKES:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky

More About SARAH ANN BURTON:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Death Cert. #: 19293 Boyle Co Ky

More About PETER DYKES and SARAH BURTON:
Marriage license: Bk 3 pge86 1864 1886
Surety: John W Burton.


Generation No. 2

2. MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES (MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born Abt. 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky, and died Aft. 1886 in Pulaski Co Ky. She married JOHN WESLEY BURTON December 20, 1868 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Dykes, son of THOMAS BURTON and MARTHA LEAPER. He was born October 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky, and died 1910 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About MARY JANE MARIE DYKES:
Date born 2: 1849, Pulaski County KY
Died 2: Aft. 1878
Burial: Old City Cem Somerset Ky

More About JOHN WESLEY BURTON:
Date born 2: October 1849, Pulaski County KY
Died 2: 1910, Pulaski County KY
Burial 1: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Burial 2: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.
Religion: Baptist

More About JOHN BURTON and MARY DYKES:
Marriage 2: December 20, 1868, Pulaski County KY.
Marriage license: Bk 3 pge 44 1864 1886
Surety: Peter Monroe Dykes brother

Children of MARY DYKES and JOHN BURTON are:
3. i. IDA FRANCIS3 BURTON, b. January 1870; d. Aft. 1895, Texas.
4. ii. ELIHU BURTON, b. June 20, 1873, Pulaski County KY; d. October 24, 1933, Pulaski County KY.
iii. ELIGHA BURTON, b. 1875; d. Aft. 1875.


Generation No. 3

3. IDA FRANCIS3 BURTON (MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born January 1870, and died Aft. 1895 in Texas. She married ALEXANDER BURTON January 16, 1887 in Pulaski County KY., son of JESSE BURTON and NANCY BURTON. He was born October 1865 in Pulaski County KY, and died Aft. 1895.

Children of IDA BURTON and ALEXANDER BURTON are:
i. JOHN S.4 BURTON, b. January 1891; d. Aft. 1891.
ii. ELVIRA BURTON, b. April 1893; d. Aft. 1893.
iii. BESSIE M BURTON, b. July 1895; d. Aft. 1895.

4. ELIHU3 BURTON (MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born June 20, 1873 in Pulaski County KY, and died October 24, 1933 in Pulaski County KY. He married DELIA PEARL BURTON October 12, 1902 in Pulaski County KY.. She was born October 26, 1885 in Pulaski County KY, and died June 12, 1946 in Pulaski County KY.

More About ELIHU BURTON:
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.

More About DELIA PEARL BURTON:
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.

Children of ELIHU BURTON and DELIA BURTON are:
5. i. EVA4 BURTON, b. August 26, 1903; d. June 08, 1974.
6. ii. VIVA BURTON, b. Abt. 1905.
7. iii. GLENARD BURTON, b. February 07, 1908, Pulaski County KY; d. March 15, 1971, Bryantsville, Garrard Co. KY.
8. iv. BLONNIE C BURTON, b. October 04, 1910.
v. EMORY BURTON, b. November 07, 1921.
vi. OMER M BURTON, b. May 05, 1922.


Generation No. 4

5. EVA4 BURTON (ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born August 26, 1903, and died June 08, 1974. She married ARNOLD JAMES MINCEY November 30, 1916 in Pulaski County KY.. He was born 1902.

Children of EVA BURTON and ARNOLD MINCEY are:
9. i. ARNOLD FAYETTE5 MINCEY, b. March 06, 1919, Pulaski County KY; d. October 23, 1998, Ralls Texas.
ii. ANNIE BELL MINCEY, b. July 21, 1921.
iii. BRENT WEDDLE MINCEY, b. October 16, 1923; d. June 03, 1978; m. AGNES GREEN; b. 1923.

More About BRENT WEDDLE MINCEY:
Burial: Mincy Cemetary

iv. JOHN VERNON MINCEY, b. May 08, 1926.
v. NINA M. MINCEY, b. May 09, 1940.

6. VIVA4 BURTON (ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born Abt. 1905. She married DUDLEY D. SEARS January 30, 1928 in Pulaski County KY., son of JESSE SEARS. He was born 1905.

Children of VIVA BURTON and DUDLEY SEARS are:
i. DUDLEY NORMAN5 SEARS, b. October 27, 1928.
10. ii. HAROLD EDWIN SEARS, b. December 17, 1936, Pulaski County KY; d. September 08, 1997, Wayne County KY hospital.

7. GLENARD4 BURTON (ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born February 07, 1908 in Pulaski County KY, and died March 15, 1971 in Bryantsville, Garrard Co. KY. He married EVA ZIMMERMAN, daughter of STERLING ZIMMERMAN and OTTIE TARTER. She was born October 07, 1914 in Pulaski County KY, and died October 25, 1996 in Midtown Care Home Pulaski County KY.

More About GLENARD BURTON:
Burial: Lakeside Memorial Gardens

Children of GLENARD BURTON and EVA ZIMMERMAN are:
i. FRANK A5 BURTON, b. September 10, 1939.
ii. BARNEY BURTON, b. November 14, 1941.
iii. DON REID BURTON BURTON, b. November 09, 1943.
iv. SHARELYN BURTON, b. September 30, 1945.

8. BLONNIE C4 BURTON (ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born October 04, 1910. She married LESLIE R MCGAHAN August 04, 1927 in Pulaski County KY.. He was born 1910 in Pulaski County KY.

Child of BLONNIE BURTON and LESLIE MCGAHAN is:
i. LESLIE E5 MCGAHAN, b. May 28, 1928.


Generation No. 5

9. ARNOLD FAYETTE5 MINCEY (EVA4 BURTON, ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born March 06, 1919 in Pulaski County KY, and died October 23, 1998 in Ralls Texas. He married SARAH C CRISWELL November 07, 1943 in Ralls Texas. She was born 1919.

Children of ARNOLD MINCEY and SARAH CRISWELL are:
i. ARNOLD FAYETTE MINCEY6 JR., b. 1945.
ii. JAMES DEWEY MINCEY, b. 1947.

10. HAROLD EDWIN5 SEARS (VIVA4 BURTON, ELIHU3, MARY JANE MARIE2 DYKES, MELINDA1 WADDLE) was born December 17, 1936 in Pulaski County KY, and died September 08, 1997 in Wayne County KY hospital. He married REBECCA JOHNSON June 01, 1956. She was born 1936.

More About HAROLD EDWIN SEARS:
Burial: Quinton Cemetery Pulaski County KY

Child of HAROLD SEARS and REBECCA JOHNSON is:
i. EDWIN SEARS6 SEARS, b. 1957.


Children of John Dykes and Melinda Waddle are:
5 i. Mary Jane Marie Dykes, born Abt. 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1886 in Pulaski Co Ky; married John Wesley Burton December 20, 1868 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John Dykes.
ii. Peter Monroe Dykes, born Abt. 1848 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; died Aft. 1880; married Sarah Ann Burton February 28, 1867 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Thomas T Burton; born November 25, 1851 in Pulaski Co Ky; died September 25, 1922 in Boyle Co Ky.

More About Peter Monroe Dykes:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky

More About Sarah Ann Burton:
Burial: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Death Cert. #: 19293 Boyle Co Ky

More About Peter Dykes and Sarah Burton:
Marriage: February 28, 1867, Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO Thomas T Burton
Marriage license: Bk 3 pge86 1864 1886
Surety: John W Burton


12. John B Jahue Burton54,55, born October 29, 1818 in London Somerset England; died October 16, 1898 in Pulaski Co Ky. He married 13. Mary Ann Eastham 1842 in Ky.
13. Mary Ann Eastham56,57, born September 18, 1824 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 28, 1897 in Pulaski Co Ky. She was the daughter of 26. James H Eastham and 27. Elizabeth Colyer.

Notes for John B Jahue Burton:
brother SIR Eli Burton of London England. John came to America when he was 17 years old in1835

[Ancestors of Susan Stephenson Hussmann.FTW]

Per Aunt Maude--came directly from London, England at the age of fourteen. He married Polly, but don't know her last name. Bought up quite abit of land south of nancy and built a very nice home of brick and siding, quite different from the pioneers' homes in that region. They had four girls and one boy.

FTM on Internet said born October 29, 1818 and his name John (Jahue) Burton.


More About John B Jahue Burton:
Date born 2: 1800
Date born 3: November 29, 1818, London England57
Date born 4: November 29, 1818, London, England58
Died 2: October 16, 1898, Pulaski County KY59
Died 3: October 16, 189960
Burial: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.61

Notes for Mary Ann Eastham:

Robert Eastham is Marys brother he is found in census 1860-1870


More About Mary Ann Eastham:
Date born 2: September 18, 182462
Date born 3: September 18, 1824, Pulaski County KY63
Died 2: February 28, 189764
Died 3: February 28, 1897, Pulaski County KY65
Burial 1: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Burial 2: Fairview Cemetary, Nancy Ky.65

More About John Burton and Mary Eastham:
Marriage 1: 1842, Ky
Marriage 2: 1842

Children of John Burton and Mary Eastham are:
i. Louiza L Burton, born October 16, 1844 in Pulaski Co Ky; died July 11, 1926 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Daniel W. Burton March 21, 1864; born Abt. 1843 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1864 in Andersonville Ga; married (2) Joshua Burton October 13, 1867 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky at home of John Floyd; born April 15, 1844 in Pulaski County KY; died September 11, 1918 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About Louiza L Burton:
Burial: July 1926, Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Cause of Death: colitis -----infection of the bowels
Church Affilation: Oakalona Baptist

Notes for Joshua Burton:


Per Aunt Maude--Joshua fought in the Civil War and came back to find his brother, Dan's, wife a widow as Dan had died in a Georgia prison camp. Joshua ran a country store all his life and made lots of money in those days. He was a grand old man with high principles. They had seven children.
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Joshua was b Apr.15, 1844 and d.Sept 11, 1918 he was the s/o James Porter Burton and Louisa nee Burton d/o John Burton and Rachel he married Oct 13, 1867 Louisa nee Burton d/o John B "Jahue" Burton and Elizabeth Eastham Joshua gave the lumber to build the old Okalona church House which sits on his greatgrand son Lawerence Allen Baker's Farm at Delmer Ky which is south of Nancy on hwy 235 the Zolliecoffer Road He & his father James Porter both donated land for the Fairview Cem along with others who's names I will get and post.
Source [Ancestors of Susan Stephenson Hussmann.FTW]

Description:
This is the 2nd church my gggrandfather Joshua Burton built Josh was b Apr 15, 1844 andd Sept 11,1911 This Old Church is located On hwy 235 just south of the Zolliecoffer Park on what use to be the Clate & Angie Burton Baker farm today it is the Lawerence allen Baker place next door to the Roy Epperson Place Angie bought the old church just before she died they were going to tier it down and she said no my grandfather Josh built that church I'll bring it home
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Date Taken: may 2000

Place Taken: Lawrence Allen Baker Farm

Owner: Dee Reynolds
Description:
in the yard isL-R Joshua & Louisa Burton Robert Lee Hudson Cloretta Hudson Alice Burton Hudson in front of fence L-r Palmer Hudson Alma Hudson Eathel Hudson this was taken from a photo circa 1898
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Date Taken: circa 1898

Place Taken: DBurtontown Nancy, Pulaski Co Ky

Owner: Dee Reynolds


More About Joshua Burton:
Burial: September 1918, Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Cause of Death: Glomenrulonephritis; serious Kidney disease
Census 1: 1880, P.C.H.S. page 25 # 204
Census 2: 1870, Page 61 #15
Church Affilation: Oakalona Baptist recording clerk
Death Cert. #: D- 314 # 30809
Medical Information: Brights Diseaserhum, in both legs and shoulders
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: Baptist
Source: Church records and death cert

More About Joshua Burton and Louiza Burton:
Marriage 1: October 13, 1867, Pulaski Co. Kentucky at home of John Floyd
Marriage 2: October 13, 186766
Marriage 3: October 13, 1867, Pulaski County KY.67
Marriage license: Bk3 Pge44 pcky 1864-1886
Surety: Wiley Burton

ii. Mary C. Burton67, born Abt. 1842 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1868; married Nathaniel Burton 1868; born Abt. 1849; died Aft. 1868.

Notes for Mary C. Burton:



More About Mary C. Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 184967
Died 2: Aft. 184967

More About Nathaniel Burton and Mary Burton:
Marriage: 1868

iii. Elizabeth J. Burton67, born October 25, 1854 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1900 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Vincent J Baugh December 12, 1870 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1851; died March 1928 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About Elizabeth J. Burton:
Date born 2: October 25, 185467
Died 2: Aft. 185467
Burial: Lester Cem Nancy Ky

More About Vincent J Baugh:
Burial: Lester Cem Nancy Ky

More About Vincent Baugh and Elizabeth Burton:
Marriage: December 12, 1870, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage license: Bk3 pge 20 1864 1886
Surety: Joshua Burton brother in law

iv. Amanda J. Burton67, born October 17, 1857 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1895 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Nathan Buchanan Burton November 08, 1883 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born November 15, 1857 in Pulaski Co Ky; died October 17, 1940 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About Amanda J. Burton:
Date born 2: October 17, 1859, Pulaski County KY67
Died 2: Aft. 1883, Lem Burton Cemetary, Pulaski County KY67
Burial: Lem Burton Cem Nancy Ky

More About Nathan Buchanan Burton:
Date born 2: 185768,69,70
Date born 3: November 15, 1857, Pulaski County KY71
Died 2: October 17, 1940, Pulaski County KY71
Burial 1: Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Burial 2: Pulaski County KY71

More About Nathan Burton and Amanda Burton:
Marriage 1: November 08, 1883, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage 2: November 08, 1883, Pulaski County KY.71

v. Martha Fanny Burton, born Abt. 1864 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1899 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Thomas Bake Baker Burton 1881 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born January 13, 1853 in pulaski co.kentucky; died May 23, 1937 in pulaski co.kentucky.

More About Martha Fanny Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1853
Date born 3: Abt. 1878
Died 2: Aft. 1899
Died 3: Abt. 1937
Burial: Lester Cem Nancy Ky
Religion: Baptist

More About Thomas Bake Baker Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1875
Died 2: Aft. 1899
Burial: Lester Cem Nancy Ky
Namesake: After his mothers father Thomas Baker
Religion: Baptist

More About Thomas Burton and Martha Burton:
Marriage: 1881, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

6 vi. Thomas Haydon Burton, born January 26, 1852 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 20, 1891 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Susan Anthony Hudson October 30, 1878.


14. Ranter William Hudson72, born May 28, 1828 in KY72; died July 31, 1914 in Nancy, KY72. He was the son of 28. Daniel Hudson and 29. Mary Polly Lester. He married 15. Nancy Ann Muse Abt. 1848.
15. Nancy Ann Muse72, born February 1826 in Pulaski Co Ky72; died July 22, 1901 in Pulaski Co Ky72. She was the daughter of 30. Muse.

More About Ranter William Hudson:
Name 2: William Hudson73,74,75
Name 3: William H Hudson76
Date born 2: May 182876
Date born 3: Abt. 1835
Died 2: Aft. 1855
Died 3: Aft. 186976
Died 4: Unknown77,78

Notes for Nancy Ann Muse:
Per Aunt Maude: Nancy was a very pretty blonde.


More About Ranter Hudson and Nancy Muse:
Marriage 1: Abt. 1848
Marriage 2: 185079

Children of Ranter Hudson and Nancy Muse are:
i. Mary E Hudson80, born August 22, 1851 in Pulaski Co Ky; died September 10, 1933 in Pulaski Co Ky; married William Lewis Baker; born 1855 in Pulaski County KY81; died Aft. 189081.

More About Mary E Hudson:
Name 2: Mary E. Hudson81
Date born 2: 185281
Died 2: Aft. 189081

ii. John F Hudson82, born July 10, 1853 in Pulaski Co Ky; died December 30, 1938 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Mary Elizabeth Epperson September 23, 1880 in Pulaski Co Ky; born December 1860 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 188083.

More About John F Hudson:
Name 2: John F. Hudson83
Date born 2: July 10, 185383
Died 2: December 30, 1938, Pulaski County KY83

More About Mary Elizabeth Epperson:
Date born 2: 1860, Pulaski County KY83

More About John Hudson and Mary Epperson:
Marriage 1: September 23, 1880, Pulaski Co Ky
Marriage 2: September 23, 188083

iii. Newton Jasper Hudson84, born November 17, 1857 in Pulaski Co Ky; died April 24, 1928 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Mary Wooden; born Abt. 187085,86,87; died Aft. 189088,89,90; married (2) Mary Mollie Jane Wooden; born June 12, 1868 in ILL; died February 18, 1936 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (3) Mary Jane Wooding 188791; born June 12, 186891; died February 18, 193691.

More About Newton Jasper Hudson:
Name 2: Newton Hudson92,93,94
Name 3: Newton J Hudson95
Date born 2: November 17, 1857, Pulaski County KY95
Date born 3: Abt. 187096,97,98
Died 2: Aft. 189099,100,101
Died 3: April 24, 1928102

iv. Cloretta Texas Anne Clay Hudson103, born Abt. 1853; died Aft. 1853.
7 v. Susan Anthony Hudson, born May 20, 1855 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1941 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Daulton; met (2) William Lewis Baker; married (3) Thomas Haydon Burton October 30, 1878.
vi. Robert Woods Lee Hudson103, born June 01, 1860 in Pulaski County, Burtontown, KY103; died October 16, 1914 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Alice Green Burton November 19, 1885 in Pulaski Co. Ky at Home Of Joshua Burton; born March 31, 1869 in Pulaski Co Ky; died September 02, 1945 in Pulaski Co Ky.

Notes for Robert Woods Lee Hudson:
[Ancestors of Susan Stephenson Hussmann.FTW]

B.Jun 1, 1860 according to a FTM on line.


More About Robert Woods Lee Hudson:
Name 2: Robert W Hudson104
Date born 2: 1860, Pulaski County KY104
Died 2: Aft. 1885104
Burial: October 18, 1914, Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Death Cert. #: 26946
Occupation: Farmer
Surety: Joshua Burton

More About Alice Green Burton:
Burial: September 03, 1945, Fairveiw Cem Nancy Ky
Cause of Death: Carcinoma J
Death Cert. #: 184-22206

More About Robert Hudson and Alice Burton:
Marriage 1: November 19, 1885, Pulaski Co. Ky at Home Of Joshua Burton
Marriage 2: November 19, 1885104
Marriage license: Bk4 pc marriage records bk18 pge197
Surety: Joshua Burton
Witnesses: Sievers & Westley Tarter

vii. Peninah Francis Hudson104, born February 02, 1863104; died January 13, 1946 in Pulaski County KY104; married William Logan Sievers March 02, 1884 in Pulaski County KY.104; born May 27, 1864 in Pulaski County KY104; died August 30, 1908104.

More About Peninah Francis Hudson:
Name 2: Peniah Melrose Dora Hudson105
Date born 2: Abt. 1852
Died 2: Aft. 1852

More About William Sievers and Peninah Hudson:
Marriage: March 02, 1884, Pulaski County KY.106

viii. Cleo P. Hudson106, born August 23, 1865106; died December 02, 1955106; married Mary A. Floyd July 11, 1889106; born October 1868 in Pulaski County KY106; died 1936106.

More About Cleo P. Hudson:
Name 2: Cleo Patrick Machomick Hudson107
Date born 2: Abt. 1854
Died 2: Aft. 1854

More About Cleo Hudson and Mary Floyd:
Marriage: July 11, 1889108

ix. Locretia "Lora" T. Hudson108, born March 25, 1869108; died November 23, 1941108; married James W. Todd November 05, 1891108; born May 04, 1864 in Pulaski County KY108; died May 04, 1943108.

More About James Todd and Locretia Hudson:
Marriage: November 05, 1891108


Generation No. 5

16. James K Burton, born Abt. 1785 in Pittsyalvania Co Va; died Aft. 1846 in Pulaski Co Ky. He was the son of 32. William Burton and 33. Elizabeth Betty Kissee. He married 17. Pasty Martha Baker May 19, 1803 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
17. Pasty Martha Baker, born Abt. 1765 in Mercer Co Va; died Aft. 1828 in Pulaski Co Ky. She was the daughter of 34. Moses Baker.

More About James Burton and Pasty Baker:
Marriage: May 19, 1803, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage license 1: Bk 1 pge 21
Marriage license 2: Sir this is to certify that I give my daughter Paty Baker to James Burton in marriage and this is to authorise you to give him a licens. given under my hand this 19th day of May 1803.
Surety: Ivey Lankford

Children of James Burton and Pasty Baker are:
i. Edmond P Burton, born Abt. 1806 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Abt. 1859 in Pulaski Co Ky.
ii. John W Burton, born Abt. 1809 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Abt. 1867 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Anna Nancy Long July 19, 1833 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1809; died Aft. 1833 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About John Burton and Anna Long:
Marriage: July 19, 1833, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

iii. Martha Ann Burton, born Abt. 1814 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1838 in Adair Co Ky; married William Cook November 21, 1838 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1814; died Aft. 1838.

More About William Cook and Martha Burton:
Marriage: November 21, 1838, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

iv. James Bailey Burton, born Abt. 1820 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Abt. 1890 in Ky; married Kizziah F Brock March 12, 1839 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1820 in Va; died Aft. 1880.

More About James Burton and Kizziah Brock:
Marriage: March 12, 1839, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

8 v. Thomas P Burton, born Abt. 1823 in Pulaski Co Ky; died December 07, 1895 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Martha J Leaper Abt. 1845 in Ky; married (2) Mary Ann Burton March 17, 1863 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO James Hudson.
vi. Robert Burton, born Abt. 1826; died Aft. 1826.


26. James H Eastham109,110,111,112, born Abt. 1818 in Va113,114,115; died Aft. 1879 in Pulaski Co ky116,117,118. He was the son of 52. John Foster Eastham, Sr and 53. Mary Polly Denham. He married 27. Elizabeth Colyer October 02, 1829 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
27. Elizabeth Colyer119,120,121,122, born November 15, 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky123,124; died March 1898 in probably Pulaski County, Kentucky125,126. She was the daughter of 54. John Wesley Colyer and 55. Lydia Memes Purvis.

Notes for James H Eastham:
James H. EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1818 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1879 in Pulaski Co., Ky.. He was buried in Somerset Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY. He married Elizabeth COLYER 2 OCT 1839 in Pg. 66, Marriage Records 1797-1850, daughter of John Wesley COLYER I and Lydia Memes PURVIS. She was born 15 NOV 1824 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died MAR 1898 in Pulaski Co., Ky.. She was buried in Somerset City Cemetery.

Children of James H. EASTHAM and Elizabeth COLYER are:+ 48 i. Rachel EASTHAM was born JUN 1840 in Kentucky, and died 1917.
+ 49 ii. Sophia EASTHAM was born 1842 in Pulaski Co., KY.
+ 50 iii. John Colyer EASTHAM was born 2 MAY 1844 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1921 in Kansas.
+ 51 iv. Lydia EASTHAM was born 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1878.
52 v. Mary D. EASTHAM was born 5 JUN 1853, and died 26 JAN 1879.
53 vi. Alice S. EASTHAM was born 1856 in Pulaski Co., KY. She married John T. HOWELL 16 NOV 1874 in Pulaski Co. KY by J. F. Meece AHO James Eastham. He was born 1838 in Madison Co., AL.
54 vii. Elizabeth F. EASTHAM was born 1858.
55 viii. Mary S. EASTHAM was born 1860.
56 ix. Eliza May EASTHAM was born 1865.
57 x. Robert Leo EASTHAM was born 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1954. He married Arizona A. BOTKINS 26 JAN 1893 in Pulaski Co. KY by S. W. Peeples, Methodist Church, daughter of W. H. BOTKINS. She was born 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1899.
58 xi. Florence EASTHAM.





More About James H Eastham:
Burial: Somerset City Cem
Occupation: 1870, Lawyer

Notes for Elizabeth Colyer:


This date is estimated from marriage date
. Elizabeth COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 15 NOV 1824 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died MAR 1898 in Pulaski Co., Ky.. She was buried in Somerset City Cemetery. She married James H. EASTHAM 2 OCT 1839 in Pg. 66, Marriage Records 1797-1850, son of John Foster EASTHAM , Sr. and Mary Polly DENHAM. He was born 1818 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1879 in Pulaski Co., Ky.. He was buried in Somerset Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of Elizabeth COLYER and James H. EASTHAM are:+ 104 i. Rachel EASTHAM was born JUN 1840 in Kentucky, and died 1917.
+ 105 ii. Sophia EASTHAM was born 1842 in Pulaski Co., KY.
+ 106 iii. John Colyer EASTHAM was born 2 MAY 1844 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1921 in Kansas.
+ 107 iv. Lydia EASTHAM was born 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1878.
108 v. Mary D. EASTHAM was born 5 JUN 1853, and died 26 JAN 1879.
109 vi. Alice S. EASTHAM was born 1856 in Pulaski Co., KY. She married John T. HOWELL 16 NOV 1874 in Pulaski Co. KY by J. F. Meece AHO James Eastham. He was born 1838 in Madison Co., AL.
110 vii. Elizabeth F. EASTHAM was born 1858.
111 viii. Mary S. EASTHAM was born 1860.
112 ix. Eliza May EASTHAM was born 1865.
113 x. Robert Leo EASTHAM was born 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1954. He married Arizona A. BOTKINS 26 JAN 1893 in Pulaski Co. KY by S. W. Peeples, Methodist Church, daughter of W. H. BOTKINS. She was born 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1899.
114 xi. Florence EASTHAM.





More About Elizabeth Colyer:
Date born 2: Abt. 1808126
Date born 3: November 15, 1822, Ky127,128,129
Died 2: Aft. 1866
Died 3: March 1898, Pulaski Co ky130,131,132
Burial: Somerset City Cem

More About James Eastham and Elizabeth Colyer:
Marriage 1: October 02, 1829, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage 2: October 02, 1829, Pulaski County, Kentucky133,134,135
Marriage contract: Bk 1 pge 46
Witnesses: Samuel Black & John Colyer Jr.

Children of James Eastham and Elizabeth Colyer are:
13 i. Mary Ann Eastham, born September 18, 1824 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 28, 1897 in Pulaski Co Ky; married John B Jahue Burton 1842 in Ky.
ii. Robert Leo Eastham136,137,138,139, born Abt. 1842 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky140,141,142; died 1954 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky143,144,145; married (1) Arizona Borkins146,147; born 1872148,149; died 1899150,151; married (2) Arizona A. Botkins January 26, 1893 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1866; died Aft. 1893.

More About Robert Leo Eastham:
Date born 2: 1866152,153
Died 2: 1954154,155

More About Robert Eastham and Arizona Botkins:
Marriage: January 26, 1893, Pulaski Co Ky

iii. Pameila Eastham156,157,158, born Abt. 1833 in Pulaski Co Ky159,160,161; died Aft. 1845162,163,164; married Greensberry Elliott August 04, 1845 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1833165,166,167; died Aft. 1845168,169,170.

More About Greensberry Elliott and Pameila Eastham:
Marriage: August 04, 1845, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage license: Bk1 pge 47
Surety: James Eastham

iv. Rachel Eastham171, born June 1840 in Pulaski Co Ky172,173; died 1917 in Pulaski Co Ky; married John E. Tomlinson March 10, 1858 in Pulaski Co Ky; born March 27, 1839 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1922 in Pulaski Co Ky.

Notes for Rachel Eastham:
Rachel EASTHAM (James H. EASTHAM2, John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born JUN 1840 in Kentucky, and died 1917. She was buried in Somerset City Cemetery. She married John E. TOMLINSON 10 MAR 1858 in Pulaski Co., Ky by James Cooper, son of Solomon TOMLINSON and Mary Lee BAKER. He was born 27 MAR 1839 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1922 in Pulaski Co., Ky. He was buried in Somerset City Cemetery.

Children of Rachel EASTHAM and John E. TOMLINSON are: 73 i. Samuel TOMLINSON was born 1858, and died 1909.
74 ii. William G. TOMLINSON was born 9 DEC 1860, and died 3 JUL 1868.
75 iii. Walinda TOMLINSON was born 1863.
76 iv. Elizabeth TOMLINSON was born 16 MAR 1867, and died 4 SEP 1868.
77 v. Frances TOMLINSON was born 1869.
78 vi. Mattie TOMLINSON was born 1874.
79 vii. Cluda TOMLINSON was born 1878.
+ 80 viii. Peter TOMLINSON was born JUL 1880 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1909 in Pulaski Co., Ky.





More About Rachel Eastham:
Burial: Somerset City Cem. Pulaski Co Ky

More About John E. Tomlinson:
Burial: Somerset City Cem. Pulaski Co Ky
Occupation: Grocer

More About John Tomlinson and Rachel Eastham:
Marriage: March 10, 1858, Pulaski Co Ky
Minister: James Cooper

v. Sophia Eastham173, born Abt. 1842174,175; died Aft. 1883; married William T. Denham March 15, 1866 in Pulaski Co Ky176,177; born 1838178,179; died Aft. 1883.

Notes for Sophia Eastham:
Sophia EASTHAM (James H. EASTHAM2, John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1842 in Pulaski Co., KY. She married William T. DENHAM 15 NOV 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY by W. F. Denham AHO James Eastham. He was born 1838 in Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of Sophia EASTHAM and William T. DENHAM are: 81 i. Orville DENHAM was born 1868.
+ 82 ii. Mary Kate DENHAM was born 1870 in Pulaski Co. KY.
83 iii. Samuel T. DENHAM was born 13 OCT 1877, and died 23 JUL 1950. He married SARAH. She was born 24 MAR 1878, and died 18 SEP 1951.
84 iv. William DENHAM was born ABT. 1880.
85 v. Thomas H. DENHAM was born 1883.





More About William Denham and Sophia Eastham:
Marriage: March 15, 1866, Pulaski Co Ky180,181
Minister: W. F. Denham AHO James Eastham

vi. John Colyer Eastham181, born May 02, 1844 in Pulaski Co Ky182,183; died 1921 in Kansas; married Nannie Mary Smith December 14, 1879 in Pulaski Co Ky184,185; born March 12, 1865 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1931 in Oaklahoma.

Notes for John Colyer Eastham:
John Colyer EASTHAM (James H. EASTHAM2, John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 2 MAY 1844 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1921 in Kansas. He married Nannie Mary SMITH 14 DEC 1879 in Pulaski Co., KY by James Johnson AHO John Smith. She was born 12 MAR 1865 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1931 in Oklahoma.

Children of John Colyer EASTHAM and Nannie Mary SMITH are: 86 i. Nancy Elizabeth EASTHAM died in infancy.
87 ii. Arthur Colyer EASTHAM.
88 iii. Jessie Maggie EASTHAM.
89 iv. Ruth Augusta EASTHAM.
90 v. Mary Esther EASTHAM.
91 vi. John Robert EASTHAM.
92 vii. Ralph Edwin EASTHAM.




More About John Eastham and Nannie Smith:
Marriage: December 14, 1879, Pulaski Co Ky186,187
Minister: James Johnson AHO John Smith

vii. Lydia Eastham187, born 1849 in Pulaski Co Ky188,189; died 1878190,191; married Ebenezer Thompson Elliot May 13, 1866 in Pulaski Co Ky192,193; born 1841194,195; died 1910196,197.

Notes for Lydia Eastham:
Lydia EASTHAM (James H. EASTHAM2, John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1878. She married Ebenezer Thompson ELLIOTT 13 MAY 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY by R. S. Barren AHO James Eastham. He was born 1841 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1910.

Children of Lydia EASTHAM and Ebenezer Thompson ELLIOTT are: 93 i. Eva ELLIOTT was born 1867.
94 ii. Mamie ELLIOTT was born 1870.
95 iii. Mattie ELLIOTT was born 1873.




More About Ebenezer Elliot and Lydia Eastham:
Marriage: May 13, 1866, Pulaski Co Ky198,199
Minister: R. S. Barren AHO James Eastham

viii. Alice S. Eastham199, born Abt. 1856 in Pulaski Co Ky200,201; died Aft. 1876; married John T. Howell November 16, 1874 in Pulaski Co Ky202,203; born Abt. 1838204,205; died Aft. 1876.

More About John Howell and Alice Eastham:
Marriage: November 16, 1874, Pulaski Co Ky206,207
Minister: J. F. Meece AHO James Eastham


28. Daniel Hudson208,209, born Abt. 1787 in Virginia210; died Aft. 1828. He was the son of 56. James Jr Hudson. He married 29. Mary Polly Lester March 20, 1810210,211.
29. Mary Polly Lester212, born Abt. 1787 in Kentucky212; died Aft. 1828. She was the daughter of 58. Vincent Lester.

More About Daniel Hudson:
Date born 2: 1791, Virginia213
Died 2: 1852213

More About Mary Polly Lester:
Name 2: Mary "Polly" Louster/Luster213
Date born 2: 1787, ky213
Died 2: Aft. 1860213

More About Daniel Hudson and Mary Lester:
Marriage: March 20, 1810214,215

Children of Daniel Hudson and Mary Lester are:
14 i. Ranter William Hudson, born May 28, 1828 in KY; died July 31, 1914 in Nancy, KY; married Nancy Ann Muse Abt. 1848.
ii. Jeremiah V Hudson215, born 1821215; died Aft. 1842215; married Martha Jane Lee February215; born 1821215; died Aft. 1842215.

More About Jeremiah Hudson and Martha Lee:
Marriage: February215

iii. Nancy C. Hudson215, born 1819215; died Aft. 1839215; married David P Stewart; born 1819215; died Aft. 1839215.
iv. Sally Hudson215, born 1815215; died Aft. 1831215; married John Wellins August 12, 1831215; born 1815215; died Aft. 1831215.

More About John Wellins and Sally Hudson:
Marriage: August 12, 1831215

v. Delila Hudson215, born 1812215; died Aft. 1847215; married David Buster April 19, 1847 in Pulaski County KY.215; born 1812215; died Aft. 1847215.

More About David Buster and Delila Hudson:
Marriage: April 19, 1847, Pulaski County KY.215

vi. James H Hudson215, born 1814215; died Aft. 1833215; married Eleander Wellins August 09, 1833 in Pulaski County KY.215; born 1811215; died Aft. 1833215.

More About James Hudson and Eleander Wellins:
Marriage: August 09, 1833, Pulaski County KY.215

vii. Vincent Jackson Hudson215, born 1817 in ky215; died Aft. 1833215; married (1) Susan Reid 1833215; born 1817215; died Aft. 1833215; married (2) Parmelia Vaughn 1839 in Pulaski County KY.215; born 1817 in Virginia215; died Aft. 1839215.

More About Vincent Hudson and Susan Reid:
Marriage: 1833215

viii. Jemima Hudson215, born 1824215; died Aft. 1844215; married John Seaton Lee; born May 29, 1824 in Casey Cc. KY215; died Aft. 1844215.
ix. Amanda J. Hudson215, born 1834215; died Aft. 1851215; married Robert Epperson August 11, 1851 in Pulaski County KY.215; born 1834 in North Carolina215; died Aft. 1851215.

More About Robert Epperson and Amanda Hudson:
Marriage: August 11, 1851, Pulaski County KY.215

x. Berry Daniel Cap Hudson216,217,218, born Abt. 1831219,220,221; died Aft. 1873222,223,224; married (1) Elizabeth W Durham; born Abt. 1837; died Aft. 1873; married (3) Elizabeth W. Durham; born 1838 in ky225; died Aft. 1858225; married (4) Elizabeth Durham in Pulaski County KY.225; born December 1857 in Pulaski County KY225; died April 03, 1916 in Pulaski County KY225.

More About Berry Daniel Cap Hudson:
Name 2: Berry D. Hudson225
Name 3: Berry Daniel Cap Hudson
Date born 2: 1831225
Date born 3: Abt. 1850
Died 2: Aft. 1858225
Died 3: Aft. 1878


30. Muse226, born 100; died Aft. 1826.

Child of Muse is:
15 i. Nancy Ann Muse, born February 1826 in Pulaski Co Ky; died July 22, 1901 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Ranter William Hudson Abt. 1848.


Generation No. 6

32. William Burton, born Abt. 1763 in Lunenburg Co Va; died September 20, 1814 in Pittsylvania Co Va. He was the son of 64. James P Jr Burton and 65. Sarah Stovall. He married 33. Elizabeth Betty Kissee Abt. 1780 in Pittsyvania Co Va.
33. Elizabeth Betty Kissee, born Abt. 1763 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Abt. 1827 in Pulaski Co Ky. She was the daughter of 66. Arthur Kissee and 67. Tabitha Stovall.

More About William Burton and Elizabeth Kissee:
Marriage: Abt. 1780, Pittsyvania Co Va

Children of William Burton and Elizabeth Kissee are:
i. Jesse Sr Burton, born Abt. 1781 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Abt. 1862 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Caty Troxel March 14, 1805 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1781; died Aft. 1805; married (2) Elizabeth Gill May 26, 1812 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1781227,228,229; died Aft. 1812230,231,232.

More About Jesse Burton and Caty Troxel:
Marriage: March 14, 1805, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Minister: J McWhorter

16 ii. James K Burton, born Abt. 1785 in Pittsyalvania Co Va; died Aft. 1846 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Pasty Martha Baker May 19, 1803 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; married (2) Sarah B Sally Beadle March 27, 1829 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
iii. John Burton, born Abt. 1786 in Pittsyvania Co Va; died Bef. 1857 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Rachel Abt. 1816; born Abt. 1795 in NC; died Abt. 1870 in Adair Co Ky at James Burton Farm232.

More About John Burton and Rachel:
Marriage: Abt. 1816

iv. William L Burton, born July 03, 1797 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died October 05, 1863 in Montgomery Co ILL233,234,235; married Rachel Davidson December 03, 1818 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born January 09, 1798 in MD; died January 21, 1852 in Macoupin or Montgomery Co ILL.

More About William Burton and Rachel Davidson:
Marriage: December 03, 1818, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Minister: Matthew Floyd

v. Arthur Burton, born November 04, 1794 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died November 02, 1855 in Adair Co Ky; married Elizabeth Tarter Abt. 1813; born Abt. 1794 in Va; died Aft. 1869.

Notes for Arthur Burton:
. Arthur BURTON (William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 4 NOV 1794 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and died 1852. He married Elizabeth TARTER in Adair County, Kentucky.

Children of Arthur BURTON and Elizabeth TARTER are:+ 2 i. William Frank BURTON was born 1814.
+ 3 ii. James Madison BURTON was born 1818.
+ 4 iii. Zachariah F. BURTON was born 1834.






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2. William Frank BURTON (Arthur BURTON3, William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 1814. He married Mary LONG 1834.

Child of William Frank BURTON and Mary LONG is: 5 i. Elizabeth BURTON.




3. James Madison BURTON (Arthur BURTON3, William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 1818.

Child of James Madison BURTON is:+ 6 i. Chrissley BURTON was born 1855, and died 1939.




4. Zachariah F. BURTON (Arthur BURTON3, William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 1834. He married Mary POWELL, daughter of Father POWELL.

Children of Zachariah F. BURTON and Mary POWELL are:+ 7 i. John Matthew BURTON was born 1862, and died 1939.
8 ii. Mary Francis BURTON. She married James William POWELL, son of Mother of James William POWELL.






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6. Chrissley BURTON (James Madison BURTON4, Arthur BURTON3, William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 1855, and died 1939.

Child of Chrissley BURTON is: 9 i. Viola BURTON.




7. John Matthew BURTON (Zachariah F. BURTON4, Arthur BURTON3, William BURTON2, James BURTON1) was born 1862, and died 1939.

Child of John Matthew BURTON is: 10 i. Mary Lee BURTON.






More About Arthur Burton:
Burial: Adair Co ky

More About Arthur Burton and Elizabeth Tarter:
Marriage: Abt. 1813

vi. Bartholomew S Burton, born 1795 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Abt. 1869 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Eve Tarter October 17, 1825 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1810; died Aft. 1825.

More About Eve Tarter:
Date born 2: Abt. 1798236,237,238
Died 2: Aft. 1798239,240,241

More About Bartholomew Burton and Eve Tarter:
Marriage: October 17, 1825, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Surety: Wm Tarter

vii. Benjamin Burton, born Abt. 1796 in Va; died Aft. 1880; married Katherine Daulton January 26, 1821 in Adair Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1805 in Va; died Aft. 1821.

More About Benjamin Burton and Katherine Daulton:
Marriage: January 26, 1821, Adair Co. Kentucky

viii. Seaton D Burton, born Abt. 1805 in Ky; died November 24, 1856 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Mary Polly Burton October 12, 1826 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1805; died Aft. 1826; married (2) Minerva Burton September 16, 1833 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1820; died Aft. 1833.

More About Seaton Burton and Mary Burton:
Marriage: October 12, 1826, Pulaski Co. Kentucky


34. Moses Baker242, born Abt. 1745; died Aft. 1765. He was the son of 68. Moses Baker and 69. Sarah Chapple.

Notes for Moses Baker:
[peleg baker.ged]

Moses served with his brother and nephew David in the
Militia in the company commanded by captain Solomon Alston.
Captain Alston's company guarded the southern area of
Edgecombe County that later was cut off to form the
northeast part of Wilson County in 1855.

More About Moses Baker:
Date born 2: <, Bertie, North Carolina>242
Died 2: Y242

Child of Moses Baker is:
17 i. Pasty Martha Baker, born Abt. 1765 in Mercer Co Va; died Aft. 1828 in Pulaski Co Ky; married James K Burton May 19, 1803 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.


52. John Foster Eastham, Sr, born 1782 in Culpepper Co Va; died 1874 in Pulaski Co ky. He was the son of 104. James Eastham, Sr. and 105. Sarah Zachary. He married 53. Mary Polly Denham October 06, 1801.
53. Mary Polly Denham, born 1784 in Rowen Co Nc; died 1862 in Pulaski Co ky. She was the daughter of 106. William Sr Denham and 107. Sarah Turner.

Notes for John Foster Eastham, Sr:




BULLITT COUNTY - Marriages
Ann Esom to Stephen Housman 5 Oct 1813
Nancy Esom to Reding Barfield 17 Mar 1814
Benjamin Esom to Fanny Bradley 18 Apr 1815
Angelo Easom to Sally Bishop 26 May 1825

FAYETTE COUNTY
1810 Census
Pg.21 Joanney Eastham 00100-00201-01
Pg.23 Richard Eastham 00010-00100-00
Pg.341 James Estham 32010-20010-00
Pg.341 Ann Esom 00000-00031-00
Marriages
Fanny Eastham to James Masterson, Jr. 24 Nov 1808
William Eastham to Mary Masterson 27 Dec 1808
Richard Eastham to Polly Stout 2 Jun 1809
Elizabeth Eastham to John Harrison 21 Nov 1810
Nancy Eastham to Robert Dennison 6 Jun 1816
Nancy Easom to Thomas Smedley 6 Mar 1822

GREENUP COUNTY - 1810 Census - Pg. 273 Edward Easom 03110-30010-00

HENRY COUNTY - Marriages
Julia Eastham to William Sutton 5 Jan 1816
James Eastham to Ann Lowery 1 Dec 1825

HOPKINS COUNTY - Marriages - Elizabeth Easom to Daniel Monk 7 Nov 1820

JEFFERSON COUNTY - 1810 Census - Pg.15 Charles Easom 22010-00

LINCOLN COUNTY - Marriages
Frances Eastham to Joseph Hall 18 Oct 1830
Nancy Eastham to William Vigus 24 Jun 1834
Margaret Eastham to John Pendleton 1 Feb 1838

NELSON COUNTY
1810 Census
Pg.26 John Eastham 30010-10010-00
Pg.26 James Estam 01220-00000-01
Marriages - Nancy Eastham to Banister Hall 31 Dec 1809

SCOTT COUNTY - 1810 Census - William Eastham Pg.189 10120-00100-00


[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Jackie/

More About John Foster Eastham, Sr:
Name 2: John Foster Sr Eastham243

Notes for Mary Polly Denham:
Children of John Foster EASTHAM , Sr. and Mary Polly DENHAM are:+ 2 i. Willis EASTHAM was born AUG 1802 in Virginia.
+ 3 ii. Mark EASTHAM was born 1807 in Pulaski Co., KY.
+ 4 iii. Charles Pinkham EASTHAM was born JUN 1807 in Kentucky, and died SEP 1887.
+ 5 iv. Hardin EASTHAM was born 1809.
6 v. John Foster EASTHAM , Jr. was born 1810. He married Delphia BLACK 21 JUN 1820 in Pg. 66, Marriage Records 1797-1850, daughter of Daniel BLACK.
+ 7 vi. Zachariah EASTHAM was born 1814 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
+ 8 vii. Ephraim EASTHAM was born 9 JUN 1817 in Kentucky, and died 3 AUG 1885.
+ 9 viii. James H. EASTHAM was born 1818 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1879 in Pulaski Co., Ky..
10 ix. Sarah Sally EASTHAM was born 1820 in Kentuckty.
+ 11 x. Alexander EASTHAM was born 1821 in Kentucky, and died 4 DEC 1859.
+ 12 xi. Obediah Turner EASTHAM was born 1823.
13 xii. Mary Eliza EASTHAM was born 1825 in Kentuckty. She married Cyrus BOWLIN.
14 xiii. Galen R. EASTHAM was born 1827. He married Letha Frances DENHAM 17 NOV 1859 in Pulaski Co. KY AHO Parker Denham. She was born 1844.
+ 15 xiv. Hayden EASTHAM was born 1820, and died DEC 1859.
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Polly/[denham2.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Polly/

More About Mary Polly Denham:
Name 2: Mary Denham243,244
Date born 2: 1784, , Rowan, NC, USA245,246
Died 2: 1862, , Pulaski, KY, USA247,248

More About John Eastham and Mary Denham:
Marriage 1: October 06, 1801
Marriage 2: October 06, 1801, , Pulaski, KY, USA249

Children of John Eastham and Mary Denham are:
26 i. James H Eastham, born Abt. 1818 in Va; died Aft. 1879 in Pulaski Co ky; married Elizabeth Colyer October 02, 1829 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
ii. Willis Eastham249, born Abt. 1802 in Pulaski Co Ky; died Aft. 1850; married Catharine Dutton January 02, 1824 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1802; died Aft. 1850.

Notes for Willis Eastham:
Census: 1830 pg. 47 (Willis Eastham), 1840 Pg. 298 (Willis Eastham, 012001-110001) Pulaski City, 2Aug1850 Pg. 6a (Willis Eastham 48 Farmer 1,000 VA, Catharine 44VA, CharlesP.22KY, David D.20KY, ThomasJ.18KY, Elizabeth14 KY, Sarah P. 5 KY). Division 1; Pulaski Co., Kentucky.
Children of Willis EASTHAM and Catherine DUTTON are: 16 i. Charles P. EASTHAM was born 1828.
+ 17 ii. David D. EASTHAM was born 1830 in Kentucky.
18 iii. Thomas I. EASTHAM was born 1832.
19 iv. Elizabeth EASTHAM was born 1836. She married Franklin NEIKIRK 12 APR 1858 in Pulaski Co. KY AHO Willis Eastham. He was born 1831.
20 v. Sara P. EASTHAM was born 1845. She married Samuel W. HAIL 3 JUL 1865 in Marriage Records, Pulaski Co., Bk. 2, pg. 344.





More About Willis Eastham:
Date born 2: August 04, 1802, , Pulaski, KY, USA249

More About Willis Eastham and Catharine Dutton:
Marriage: January 02, 1824, Pulaski Co Ky

iii. Zachariah Eastham, born Abt. 1814; died Aft. 1890; married (1) Sarah Barrow November 23, 1836 in Pulaski Co Ky; born March 27, 1819; died Aft. 1860; married (2) Emily Rainwater July 17, 1877 in Pulaski Co Ky; born May 17, 1827 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1914 in Danville, Boyle Co., KY; married (3) Lucinda Foster December 09, 1883; born 1814; died Aft. 1883.

Notes for Zachariah Eastham:
Zachariah EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1814 in Pulaski Co., Ky. He married Sarah Sally BARROW 23 NOV 1837 in Pg. 66, Marriage Records 1797-1850, daughter of William BARROW. She was born 1816 in Pulaski Co., Ky.

Children of Zachariah EASTHAM and Sarah Sally BARROW are: 38 i. Emerine EASTHAM was born 1838.
39 ii. Miriam EASTHAM was born 1839.
40 iii. Lewis EASTHAM was born 1841.
41 iv. Mary EASTHAM was born 1842.
42 v. Martha EASTHAM was born 1844 in Pulaski Co. KY. She married Jackson RUSSELL 27 DEC 1885 in Pulaski Co. KY AHO Zachary Eastham. He was born 1833 in Casey Co., KY.
43 vi. Malvina EASTHAM was born 1844.
44 vii. Rebecca EASTHAM was born 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY. She married James W. HARMON 24 MAR 1874 in Pulaski Co., Ky AHO Zachary (Zachriah)Eastham. He was born 1851 in Adair Co., KY.
45 viii. Julian EASTHAM was born 1848.
46 ix. Henry EASTHAM was born 1849


Posted by Susan Chance-Rainwater on October 15, 1998 at 22:41:01:

In Sept 1844, Emily Rainwater (daughter of Nancy & Barthomomew) married Alexander Eastham (some records say Alexandria). He died of tuberculosis in Dec 1859. It *appears* that his brother, Zachariah, married his widow in 1877 after the death of his first wife, Sally Barrow. The marriage record indicates that it is a 2nd marriage for both parties. My best information is that Emily lived to 1914, but I've also run across a marriage record for a Zachariah's 3rd marriage in 1883. So the question is: did Emily and Zachariah divorce, or is the marriage to Lucinda Foster a different Zachariah Eastham?
Good luck.


Notes for Sarah Barrow:
Emeline EASTHAM
Miriam EASTHAM
Lewis EASTHAM
Mary EASTHAM
Martha EASTHAM
+Malvina EASTHAM
+Rebecca EASTHAM
Julia EASTHAM
William Henry EASTHAM
Alexander Z. EASTHAM
Sarah EASTHAM
John H. EASTHAM
Thomas M. EASTHAM ancestry.com-Individual Gene Pool:
Zachariah Eastham
m:Sarah Sally Barrow
their children:
(1)Alexander Eastham
b:June 11, 1854, Pulaski Co., KY
d:May 11, 1926
m:Sallie Stephens
(2)Malvina Eastham
b:Jan. 5, 1847, Pulaski Co., KY
d:March 2, 1923
m:Meshack Stephens
m:Marshall Roy
(3)Martha Eastham
b:Jan. 8, 1845, Pulaski Co., KY
d:Jan. 24, 1923
m:Russell Jackson
(4)John Harden Eastham
b:March 8, 1858, Pulaski Co., KY
d:March 25, 1914
m:Rebecca Stephens
(5)Mary Anne Eastham
b:Jan. 8, 1845, Pulaski Co., KY
d:Aug. 13, 1911, Corry
m:George Washington Dickerson
(6)Nancy Margaret Eastham
b:May 30, 1862, Pulaski Co., KY
d:Oct. 12, 1935
m:John William Gosser
(7)Sally Eastham
b:March 7, 1856, Pulaski Co., KY
m:Matthew F. Eastham
(8)William Eastham
b:May 3, 1852, Pulaski Co., KY
m:Martha Pittman
(9)Emeline Emaline Eastham
b:1838, Pulaski Co., KY
m:Galen E. Barrow
(10)Henry Eastham
b:1849, Pulaski Co., KY
(11)Julie Ann Eastham
b:1848, Pulaski Co., KY
m:James Bowmer
(12)Lewis Eastham
b:1841, Pulaski Co., KY
m:Cynthia Phalissa Pittman
(13)Miriam Miram Eastham
b:1839, Pulaski Co., KY
d:Aug. 22, 1910, Piedmont, OK
m:Francis Marion Stephens
(14)Rebecca Eastham
b:1846, Pulaski Co., KY
m:James W. Harmon




More About Zachariah Eastham and Sarah Barrow:
Marriage: November 23, 1836, Pulaski Co Ky

iv. Alexander Eastham, born 1815; died December 04, 1859 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Emily Rainwater September 01, 1844 in Pulaski Co Ky; born May 17, 1827 in Pulaski Co Ky; died 1914 in Danville, Boyle Co., KY.

Notes for Alexander Eastham:
. Alexander EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1821 in Kentucky, and died 4 DEC 1859. He married Emily RAINWATER 10 AUG 1844 in Pulaski Co. KY, daughter of Bartholomew RAINWATER and Nancy MCLAUGHLIN. She was born 17 MAY 1827 in Kentucky.

Children of Alexander EASTHAM and Emily RAINWATER are: 59 i. Elizabeth EASTHAM was born 1845.
60 ii. Mary EASTHAM was born 1847.
61 iii. Zachery T. EASTHAM was born 1849.
62 iv. Nancy J. EASTHAM was born 1850.




12.



More About Alexander Eastham:
Cause of Death: tuberculosis

Notes for Emily Rainwater:
+Elizabeth Martha EASTHAM
Mary Ann "Polly" EASTHAM
+Zachary Taylor EASTHAM
+Nancy P. EASTHAM
+Obediah James EASTHAM
Lucinda Frances EASTHAM
+Susannah EASTHAM
John Foster EASTHAM
Talitha Isabel EASTHAM


More About Alexander Eastham and Emily Rainwater:
Marriage: September 01, 1844, Pulaski Co Ky

v. Obediah Eastham, born 1809; died Aft. 1861; married Mary Polly Weddle February 03, 1841; born 1824; died Aft. 1841.

Notes for Obediah Eastham:
Obediah Turner EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1823. He married Mary Polly WEDDLE, daughter of James WEDDLE. She was born in Kentucky.

Children of Obediah Turner EASTHAM and Mary Polly WEDDLE are: 63 i. Margaret EASTHAM was born 1841.
64 ii. John EASTHAM was born 1843.
65 iii. Marion EASTHAM was born 1845.
66 iv. Mary EASTHAM was born 1848.





Notes for Mary Polly Weddle:
Margaret EASTHAM
John A. EASTHAM
Francis Marion EASTHAM
Mary EASTHAM
James EASTHAM
Martha A. EASTHAM
Solomon EASTHAM
Alice B. EASTHAM


More About Obediah Eastham and Mary Weddle:
Marriage: February 03, 1841

vi. Elizabeth Eastham, born 1830; died Aft. 1870; married Moses Braxton Wilson May 21, 1846 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1829; died Aft. 1870.

Notes for Elizabeth Eastham:
Thomas WILSON
Mary "Polly" WILSON
Dorcas E. WILSON
Cynthia Ellen WILSON
Rhoda J. WILSON
Polly Frances WILSON
Celiba or Sabina WILSON
William A. WILSON
George WILSON
Jasper M. WILSON
Fountain WILSON
Broth WILSON
Babe WILSON


More About Moses Wilson and Elizabeth Eastham:
Marriage: May 21, 1846, Pulaski Co Ky

vii. Mary Jane Eastham, born 1817; died Aft. 1815.
viii. Sarah Sally Eastham, born 1813; died Aft. 1813.
ix. Charles Pinkham Eastham249, born June 1807 in Pulaski Co Ky; died September 1887; married Mary Barrow November 11, 1828 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1804; died Aft. 1828.

Notes for Charles Pinkham Eastham:
Charles Pinkham EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born JUN 1807 in Kentucky, and died SEP 1887. He married Mary BARROW 11 NOV 1828 in Pg. 66, Marriage Records 1797-1850, daughter of Samuel BARROW , Sr.. She was born in Kentucky.

Children of Charles Pinkham EASTHAM and Mary BARROW are: 28 i. Mary EASTHAM was born 1834.
29 ii. Minerva EASTHAM was born 1836.
30 iii. Willis EASTHAM was born 1840.
31 iv. Amanda EASTHAM was born 1842. She married William A. ROY 12 NOV 1863 in Pulaski Co. KY AHO C. P. Eastham, son of Leonard ROY.
32 v. George EASTHAM was born 1844.
33 vi. Lucinda EASTHAM was born 1845.
34 vii. William EASTHAM was born 1846.
35 viii. Mary EASTHAM was born 1848.
36 ix. Scynthia EASTHAM was born 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY. She married Francis M. JOHNSON 26 NOV 1873 in Pulaski Co. KY by William Foster AHO C. P. Eastham. He was born 1837 in Wayne Co. KY.



[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Pink/

More About Charles Pinkham Eastham:
Date born 2: June 24, 1807, , Pulaski, KY, USA249
Died 2: September 11, 1887249

Notes for Mary Barrow:
Children
Mary EASTHAM b: 1834
Minerva EASTHAM b: 1836
Willis EASTHAM b: 1840
Amanda EASTHAM b: 1842
George EASTHAM b: 1844
Lucinda EASTHAM b: 1845
William EASTHAM b: 1846
Mary EASTHAM b: 1848
Scynthia EASTHAM b: 1849 in Pulaski Co. KY




More About Charles Eastham and Mary Barrow:
Marriage: November 11, 1828, Pulaski Co Ky

x. John Jr Eastham, born 1810; died Aft. 1830; married Delpha Black January 21, 1830; born 1810; died Aft. 1839.

More About John Eastham and Delpha Black:
Marriage: January 21, 1830

xi. Ephriam F. Eastham, born June 09, 1817 in Pulaski Co Ky; died August 03, 1885 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Priscilla Robinson October 08, 1847 in Pulaski Co Ky; born March 06, 1829 in Ky; died September 1914 in Pulaski Co Ky.

Notes for Ephriam F. Eastham:
Ephraim EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 9 JUN 1817 in Kentucky, and died 3 AUG 1885. He was buried in Grave Hill Cemetery, W. Hwy 80, R on 837, Mintonville, Casey Co., KY. He married Priscilla ROBINSON 8 OCT 1847 in Pulaski Co. KY. She was born 6 MAR 1829 in Kentucky, and died SEP 1914. She was buried in Grave Hill Cemetery, W.Hwy 80, R on 837, Mintonville, Casey, Co.

Child of Ephraim EASTHAM and Priscilla ROBINSON is: 47 i. Delila EASTHAM was born 1849.





More About Ephriam F. Eastham:
Name 2: Ephraim Eastham249
Name 3: Ephraim F. Eastham250
Date born 2: June 09, 1817, , Pulaski, KY, USA251
Date born 3: June 09, 1817, Pulaski County, Kentucky252
Died 2: August 03, 1885, , Pulaski, KY, USA253
Died 3: August 03, 1885, Pulaski County, Kentucky254

More About Priscilla Robinson:
Date born 2: March 06, 1829, Kentucky254
Died 2: September 1914, Pulaski Co., Kentucky254

More About Ephriam Eastham and Priscilla Robinson:
Marriage 1: October 08, 1847, Pulaski Co Ky
Marriage 2: October 08, 1847, Pulaski County, Kentucky254

xii. Hayden Eastham, born 1820; died Aft. 1845; married Martha Love February 19, 1845 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1825; died Abt. 1851.

Notes for Hayden Eastham:
!Martha and Hayden lived in Pulaski Co. KY from birth (1825/1820) until 1858
when their last child was born. Cannot find them again until Hayden shows up in
Monroe Co. IN marrying again. What happened, and where, to Martha? Have never
found Martha's mother, although she had four brothers and one sister born in
Pulaski Co. Grandma Whitaker (Mary Frances Eastham) was said to have talked
about Milledgeville, Lincoln, KY. There is also a Milledgeville, Baldwin, GA.
Is this where the Cherokee, Creek, or Choctaw comes in????

Hayden EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1820, and died DEC 1859. He married Martha LOVE 19 FEB 1845 in Pulaski Co. KY, daughter of Andrew K. LOVE. She was born 1825.

Children of Hayden EASTHAM and Martha LOVE are: 67 i. James EASTHAM was born 1845.
68 ii. Joseph EASTHAM was born 1848.





Notes for Martha Love:
Martha Love listed as an heir of Joseph Love, Pulaski Co. KY Deeds, book 16, p. 382 & 383. FHL film #0804603.



More About Hayden Eastham and Martha Love:
Marriage: February 19, 1845, Pulaski Co Ky

xiii. Mark Eastham, born 1806; died Aft. 1846; married Lucinda; born 1810; died Aft. 1846.

Notes for Mark Eastham:
. Mark EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1807 in Pulaski Co., KY. He married LUCINDA OCT in Pulaski Co. KY. She was born 1810 in Kentucky.

Children of Mark EASTHAM and LUCINDA are: 21 i. Amanda EASTHAM was born 1833.
22 ii. Mary A. EASTHAM was born 1835.
23 iii. Elizabeth EASTHAM was born 1838.
24 iv. July Ann EASTHAM was born 1840.
25 v. Lucindy EASTHAM was born 1842.
26 vi. Blackley EASTHAM was born 1848 in Pulaski Co. KY. He married Miranda WILSON 29 MAY 1898 in Pulaski Co., KY by Josiah Wilson. She was born 1871 in Pulaski Co. KY.
27 vii. Sarah F. EASTHAM was born 1846.





xiv. Hardin Eastham, born 1808; died Aft. 1840; married Sinda; born 1808; died Aft. 1840.

Notes for Hardin Eastham:
. Hardin EASTHAM (John Foster EASTHAM , Sr.1) was born 1809. He married SINDA.

Child of Hardin EASTHAM and SINDA is: 37 i. Blatchley EASTHAM was born 1840, and died 1908. He married Elizabeth MOLEN, daughter of Wesley MOLEN and Catherine TARTER. She was born 1847, and died 1897.





xv. Mark Eastham255, born 1807 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255
xvi. Hardin Eastham255, born 1809 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255
xvii. John Foster Jr Eastham255, born 1810 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255
xviii. Zacariah Eastham255, born 1814 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255
xix. Sarah Eastham255, born 1820 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255

Notes for Sarah Eastham:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /sally/

xx. Alexander Eastham255, born 1821 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255; died 1874 in , Russell, KY, USA255
xxi. Obed Turner Eastham255, born 1823 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255
xxii. Mary Eliza Eastham255, born 1825 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255; married Cryus Bowlin May 03, 1846255.

More About Cryus Bowlin and Mary Eastham:
Marriage: May 03, 1846255

xxiii. Galen Eastham255, born 1827 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255; married Leatha Frances Denham 1863 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255.

More About Galen Eastham and Leatha Denham:
Marriage: 1863, , Pulaski, KY, USA255

xxiv. Hayden Eastham255, born 1829 in , Pulaski, KY, USA255; died December 04, 1859 in Kentucky, USA255


54. John Wesley Colyer256,257,258,259, born August 20, 1781 in Washington Co Tennessee260,261,262; died August 18, 1851 in Pulaski County, Kentucky263,264. He was the son of 108. William J P Colyer and 109. Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair. He married 55. Lydia Memes Purvis January 06, 1818 in Pulaski Co Ky.
55. Lydia Memes Purvis265,266,267,268, born May 26, 1798 in NC269,270,271; died December 25, 1874 in Pulaski Co Ky272,273,274. She was the daughter of 110. James Purvis and 111. Rhoda Roberts.

Notes for John Wesley Colyer:
John Wesley COLYER I (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 20 AUG 1791 in probably Washington County, Tennessee, and died 18 AUG 1851 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., typhoid fever. He was buried in Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY. He married Martha MINUS ABT. 1805 in Washington Co., Tn., daughter of Buford MINUS. She was born 1781 in Tennessee, and died 1816. He married Lydia Memes PURVIS 6 JAN 1818 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of James PURVIS and Rhoda ROBERTS. She was born 26 MAY 1798 in Johnston Co., NC, and died 25 DEC 1874 in Pulaski Co., KY. She was buried in Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY, E Hwy 80. Near Sugar Hill.

Children of John Wesley COLYER I and Martha MINUS are:+ 2 i. William COLYER was born 9 DEC 1806 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 24 NOV 1889 in Maysville, DeKalb County, Missouri.
+ 3 ii. Buford COLYER was born 17 JAN 1809 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 29 SEP 1878.
+ 4 iii. James Alexander COLYER was born 26 FEB 1811 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 1888 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky.
+ 5 iv. Nancy COLYER was born 27 JUL 1813 in Virginia, and died BEF. 1850 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
+ 6 v. John Wesley COLYER II was born 1 APR 1815 in Scott Co., Tn., and died 15 APR 1855 in Pulaski Co., Ky..


Children of John Wesley COLYER I and Lydia Memes PURVIS are:+ 7 i. Harriett COLYER was born 27 SEP 1818 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 23 APR 1901.
+ 8 ii. St. Clair COLYER was born 15 DEC 1819 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died SEP 1904.
+ 9 iii. Lindsay Robert COLYER was born 27 APR 1821 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 14 JAN 1901 in Pulaski County, KY.
+ 10 iv. Stephen COLYER was born 28 JUL 1822 in TN.
+ 11 v. Cyrenius Wait COLYER was born 23 JUN 1824 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 8 JUL 1898.
+ 12 vi. Elizabeth COLYER was born 15 NOV 1824 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died MAR 1898 in Pulaski Co., Ky..
+ 13 vii. Minerva COLYER was born 31 AUG 1825 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY.
14 viii. Jehu COLYER was born 24 FEB 1827 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died FEB 1850 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
+ 15 ix. John Perry COLYER was born 6 DEC 1828 in Northfield, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 1910.
16 x. Martin Thomas COLYER was born 19 AUG 1830 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1901.
+ 17 xi. Charles Granada COLYER was born 8 AUG 1832 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 11 APR 1910 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
18 xii. John Wesley COLYER was born 8 MAY 1834 in Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 8 JUN 1908 in Perry, Houston Co., GA. He married Mary C. LOWMAN 1868 in Perry, Houston Co., GA.
19 xiii. Samuel Black COLYER was born 30 JUN 1838, and died 29 MAR 1874.
20 xiv. Nathaniel COLYER was born 21 MAR 1840 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 19 APR 1855 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.





JOHN10 COLYER (WILLIAM9 COLYAR, WILLIAM8 COLLIER, JOHN7, CHARLES6, WILLIAM5, CHARLES4, ROBERT3, THURSTON2, SIR ROBERT1) was born August 20, 1781 in Washington county , TN, and died August 18, 1851 in Ruth, Ky. He married (1) MARTHA MINUS. He married (2) LYDIA MEMES PURVIS January 06, 1818, daughter of JAMES PURVIS and RHODA ROBERTS.

Notes for JOHN COLYER:
[Colyer.FTW]

From Gedcom workup of Dean Hunter

JOHN COLYER AND LYDIA PURVIS CCLYER

JOHN COLYER. of Greenbriar County, Virginia (W. Va. now), born August 20, 1781, married in Virginia Martha Minus, daughter of Buford Minus, they had the following children: William, Buford, Alexander, Nancy, and John. Martha Minus Colyer died about 1816. He married a second time in about 1817, to LYDIA PURVIS. daughter of James Purvis. Their children were: Harriet, St. Clair, Lindsay, Elizabeth, Cyrenius, Minerva. Jehu, James Perry, Martin,GRENADE, Wesley, Stephen, Samuel, and Nathaniel. JOHN COLYER and his family settled in Pulaski County1 Kentucky, where he and his wife died.
From Dean Hunter :Newspaper obituary John Colyer

JOHN COLYER, who lived and reared a large family of 19 sons and daughters, and died on the old homestead now known as the Warren farm at the bridge of pitman creek on the Sublimitv road. about six and one half miles from this town, and his mother was LYDIA PURVIS who was the old gentleman's second wife and the mother of fourteen of his children and his first wife was a Miss Sinclair, who was mother of five of the older children.
I first became intimately. acquainted with the family 0f JOHN COLYER Sr. In 1856, when my father removed to the farm adjoining theirs on the opposite side of Pitman creek7 now the Allen farm, and from the first moment was convinced that there never was a more gallant, neighborly or hospitable family in the world. To the young man's mind their home was a model place to get good treatment and have a good time. It was better than a circus to be with those old big boys at the corn huskings or hoeing; threshings or stacking; the log cuttings or rollings, and to have to do hard and heavy work, when four or five of them were on hand and helping at the labor, it was the best kind of entertainment, and we want to tell you that no laddie was ever imposed upon in that good company, for they stood over those in need of a defender on every occasion.


The 1850 Pulaski County Census lists JOHN COLYER, age 69, farmer, born Tennessee, LIDIA, 42, born Ky., GRANADE 18, Wesley 16, Stephen 14, Samuel 12, Nathan 10 (all born in Kentucky) and RHODA PURVIS, 86, born in North Carolina.

The 1870 Pulaski County Census list LYDIA COLYER, 72, born N.C. , and Therisia, 10.

Souls Chapel Cemetery1 Pulaski County, Kentucky, JOHN COLYER
born 1781, died 18~; LYDIA COLYER, May 26, 1798 - Dec 25,
1874. (very difficult to read)

The Colyers of Pulaski County, (In the files of the Kentucky Historical Societh, Frankfort, Kr.)
2 From Obituary of CHARLES GRANAID COLYER printed In Somerset, Ky. newspaper, April 1910.


Died at age 18 from Typhoid Fever. Born on Pitman Creek, Pulaski County, lived and died in Grundy district, Pulaski County

Information in 1880 Pulaski County Census indicates John was born in Tennessee.
source Dean Hunter

More About John Wesley Colyer:
Burial: Souls Chapple Cem
Cause of Death: typhoid fever
Census 1: 1820, Pulaski County, Kentucky275,276,277
Census 2: 1810, Pulaski County, Kentucky278,279
Census 3: 1830, Pulaski County, Kentucky280,281
Census 4: 1840, Pulaski County, Kentucky282,283
Census 5: 1850, Pulaski County, Kentucky284,285

Notes for Lydia Memes Purvis:
Lydia Colyer had a slave, Clara, age 16 who died 11 December, 1853. No cause of death was given. Pulaski County death records, 1853, page 2

Census: 1850 Pulaski Co., KY
Census: 1870 in the Samuel Black household
Burial: Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY, E Hwy 80. Near Sugar Hill
Note:
Will of Lydia Purvis Colyer reads:

As life is uncertain and death is certain, I deem it prudent wilst in the enjoyment of sound mind and discretion to dispose of my worldly effects and wish to do so in the following manner to wit: I sold to Manerva Richardson several years ago a (pop?) that I never bequeath to her my (sadale?) and a white counterpaine. I give to Harriet Black for services rendered one bed quilt, to Martin Colyer my beds and their clothing and my furniture I will sold to the highest bidder. I wish after my debts are collected, my burial expenses and other debts paid, the remainder be equally divided between my children, Manerva Richardson, excepted as I have given her all I wish her to have. I wish my son, C. W. Colyer to act as executor to this my last will and testament and to afixed my name and seal this 8 day of April, 1874. Done at C. G. Colyer's in Pulaski, State of Ky.

Signed: Lydia Colyer



More About Lydia Memes Purvis:
Date born 2: May 26, 1798, North Carolina286,287
Died 2: December 25, 1874, Pulaski County, Kentucky288,289
Burial: Souls Chapple Cem

More About John Colyer and Lydia Purvis:
Marriage 1: January 06, 1818, Pulaski Co Ky
Marriage 2: January 06, 1818, Pulaski County, Kentucky290,291,292

Children of John Colyer and Martha Minus are:
i. William Colyer293, born December 09, 1806 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky294,295; died November 24, 1889 in Maysville, DeKalb County, Missouri296,297; married Catharine (Katie) Smith December 29, 1830 in Pulaski County, Kentucky298,299; born March 21, 1813 in Pulaski County, Kentucky300,301; died August 02, 1889 in DeKalb County, Missouri302,303.

Notes for William Colyer:

William COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 9 DEC 1806 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 24 NOV 1889 in Maysville, DeKalb County, Missouri. He married Catherine (Katie) SMITH, daughter of George SMITH , Jr. and Elizabeth ROBLIN. She was born 21 MAR 1813 in Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 2 AUG 1889 in DeKalb Co., Mo.. He married Catherine (Katie) SMITH 29 DEC 1830 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of George SMITH , Jr. and Elizabeth ROBLIN. She was born 21 MAR 1813 in Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 2 AUG 1889 in DeKalb Co., Mo..

Children of William COLYER and Catherine (Katie) SMITH are: 21 i. John S. COLYER was born ABT. 1832 in Kentucky.
22 ii. Elizabeth B. COLYER was born ABT. 1833 in Kentucky.
23 iii. Mary Jane COLYER was born ABT. 1835 in Kentucky, and died 1862 in DeKalb County, Missouri.
24 iv. Nancy A. COLYER was born ABT. 1839 in Kentucky.
25 v. William B. COLYER was born ABT. 1842 in Missouri.
26 vi. Phoebe Catherine COLYER was born ABT. 1845 in Missouri, and died 10 FEB 1922 in DeKalb Co., MO.
+ 27 vii. Buford Anderson COLYER was born 30 OCT 1847 in DeKalb Co., Mo, and died 6 JAN 1929 in Maysville, DeKalb Co., Mo.
28 viii. Rebecca M. COLYER was born JAN 1850 in Davies Co., Mo, and died BEF. 1860.
29 ix. Lucy Ann COLYER was born 7 AUG 1852 in DeKalb Co., Mo, and died 12 NOV 1942 in Maysville, DeKalb County, Missouri




More About William Colyer and Catharine Smith:
Marriage: December 29, 1830, Pulaski County, Kentucky304,305

ii. Buford Colyer306, born January 17, 1809 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky307,308; died Bef. 1880 in Pulaski County, Kentucky309,310; married Rebecca Kertly December 07, 1842 in Pulaski County, Kentucky311,312,313; born 1828 in Pulaski County, Kentucky314,315; died Aft. 1854.

Notes for Buford Colyer:
Buford COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 17 JAN 1809 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 29 SEP 1878. He married Rebecca KIRTLEY 7 DEC 1842 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of Thomas Jasper KIRTLEY and MARIAH. She was born 1828 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.

Children of Buford COLYER and Rebecca KIRTLEY are: 30 i. Milford COLYER was born ABT. 1846.
+ 31 ii. William Memes COLYER I was born 20 JAN 1846 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died 18 NOV 1926 in Pulaski Co..
32 iii. James COLYER was born ABT. 1852, and died 1852.
33 iv. Wingfield COLYER was born 1853, and died 1863 in youth (age 10).
+ 34 v. Buford Kirtley COLYER was born 1 NOV 1854 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 7 AUG 1920 in Juggernaut, Pulaski Co., Kentucky.





Family lived in Jauggernuat District of Pulaski County according to Timothy Colyer, great grandson.


More About Buford Colyer:
Census 1: 1850, Pulaski County, Kentucky316,317
Census 2: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky318,319
Census 3: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky320,321

Marriage Notes for Buford Colyer and Rebecca Kertly:
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Family lived on Buck Creek, Pulaski County


More About Buford Colyer and Rebecca Kertly:
Marriage: December 07, 1842, Pulaski County, Kentucky322,323,324

iii. James Alexander Colyer325, born February 26, 1811 in Ruth, Pulaski County, Kentucky326,327; died 1888 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky328,329; married Lydia Sears March 17, 1834 in Pulaski County, Kentucky330,331; born May 26, 1812 in Whitley County, Kentucky332,333; died 1889 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky334,335.

Notes for James Alexander Colyer:
Census: 1850 Pulaski County, Kentucky, land value $400.
Census: 1840 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Census: 1860 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Census: 1870 Pulaski County, KY, land value $1,300
Census: 1880 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Burial: Clay Hill Cem., Bethel Church, E. Hwy 80 - 192 (Ruth)
Occupation: Farmer
Note: POSSIBLY the Alexander Colyer that a Land Grant was issued to on April 29, 1846 for 50 acres in Pulaski Co. on the Cumberland River, Bk 20, Page. 221.

James Alexander COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 26 FEB 1811 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 1888 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. He was buried in Clay Hill Cem., Bethel Church, E. Hwy 80 - 192 (Ruth). He married Lydia SEARS 17 MAR 1834 in Pg. 59, Marriage Records 1797-1850, daughter of Jesse SEARS and Margaret Ellen COX. She was born 26 MAY 1812 in Whitley Co., Ky., and died 1889 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was buried in Clay Hill Cem., Bethel Church, E. Hwy 80 - 192 (Ruth).

Children of James Alexander COLYER and Lydia SEARS are:+ 35 i. Charles Richard COLYER was born 2 FEB 1836 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., KY, and died 18 APR 1903 in Pulaski County, KY.
+ 36 ii. Nancy COLYER was born 25 JUL 1839 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., KY, and died 28 OCT 1876.
+ 37 iii. Sara Jane COLYER was born 15 JAN 1841 in Ruth, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 7 AUG 1887 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky.
38 iv. Louisa J. COLYER was born 21 AUG 1842 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 4 MAY 1931 in Pulaski Co., Ky. She married John Henry HYDEN 31 JAN 1867 in Pulaski Co., KY by M. M. Barnett AHO Alexander Colyer. He was born 28 DEC 1843 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 24 FEB 1922 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
+ 39 v. Lindsay Randall COLYER was born 1844 in Ruth, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 1930 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
40 vi. Mary Ann COLYER was born 30 DEC 1845 in Ruth, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 4 MAY 1921 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married James L. REYNOLDS. He was born 1842, and died AFT. 1865. She married James F. SIMPSON 23 JUN 1870 in Pulaski Co., KY AHO Alexander Colyer. He was born 1825 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
41 vii. Hamil R. COLYER was born 1848 in Ruth, Pulaski County, Kentucky.
42 viii. Harriett B. COLYER was born 1848 in Pulaski Co. KY. She married William B. SMITH 19 AUG 1892 in Pulaski Co. KY by S. W. Peoples. He was born 1838 in Buffalo, NY.
43 ix. John D. COLYER was born 20 DEC 1851 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 19 OCT 1871.
44 x. Wallin COLYER was born 1861.




More About James Alexander Colyer:
Burial: Clay Hill Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky336,337
Census 1: 1850, Pulaski County, Kentucky338,339
Census 2: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky340,341
Census 3: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky342,343
Census 4: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky344,345

Notes for Lydia Sears:
Census: 1850 Pulaski Co., KY
Census: 1860 Pulaski Co., KY
Census: 1870 Pulaski Co., KY
Burial: Clay Hill Cem., Bethel Church, E. Hwy 80 - 192 (Ruth)



More About Lydia Sears:
Burial: Clay Hill Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky346,347

Marriage Notes for James Colyer and Lydia Sears:
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1880 Pulaski County Kentucky Census, Juggernot #10 District, shows:
Alexander Collyer, head of household, age 69, born KY, both parents born TN
Lydia, Wife, age 67, born KY, both parents born VA
Polly A. Daughter, age 39, born KY, both parents born KY
James Walter, Grandson, age 19, born KY, both parents born KY
Nancy J. Simpson, Granddaughter, age 9, born KY, both parents born KY
Martin Collyer, !/2 Brother, age 49, born KY, father born TN, mother born KY


More About James Colyer and Lydia Sears:
Marriage: March 17, 1834, Pulaski County, Kentucky348,349

iv. Nancy Colyer350, born July 27, 1813 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky351,352; died Abt. 1849 in Pulaski County, Kentucky353,354; married William (Dickey) Smith November 14, 1831 in Pulaski County, Kentucky355,356,357; born July 26, 1806358,359; died November 30, 1878 in Pulaski County, Kentucky360,361.

Notes for Nancy Colyer:
Nancy COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 27 JUL 1813 in Virginia, and died BEF. 1850 in Pulaski Co., Ky. She married William SMITH 14 NOV 1831 in Pulaski Co., Ky, son of George SMITH , Jr. and Elizabeth ROBLIN. He was born 26 JUL 1806 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 30 NOV 1878 in Pulaski Co., Ky. He was buried in Old Tateville Cemetery, Old Hwy 27 S, Tateville, KY.

Children of Nancy COLYER and William SMITH are: 45 i. Martin SMITH was born 23 OCT 1832, and died 20 JUL 1858. He married Lucy Ann ROBERTS. She was born JAN 1836, and died 14 MAR 1854.
46 ii. Mary Jane SMITH. She married George W. HASTE 4 DEC 1854 in Pulaski Co. KY. He was born 18 MAR 1831, and died 5 FEB 1898.
+ 47 iii. Phoebe Catherine SMITH was born 1838, and died 1860.
+ 48 iv. John SMITH was born 1841.
49 v. Elizabeth SMITH was born ABT. 1842.
50 vi. George SMITH was born 1842.
51 vii. Susie SMITH was born 1843.
52 viii. Rebecca SMITH was born 1843.
+ 53 ix. Lucy SMITH was born 11 JUL 1846, and died 10 DEC 1873.
54 x. Lavinia SMITH was born 1847.
+ 55 xi. Henry SMITH was born 1849 in on the high seas from Ireland.





More About William Smith and Nancy Colyer:
Marriage: November 14, 1831, Pulaski County, Kentucky362,363,364

v. Jr. John Colyer365, born April 01, 1815 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky366,367; died April 15, 1855 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky368,369; married Lucy H. Gover July 29, 1844 in Pulaski County, Kentucky370,371,372; born May 28, 1826 in Kentucky373,374; died January 08, 1888 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky375,376.

Notes for Jr. John Colyer:
Census: 1850 Pulaski Co., KY, Land value $1,450
Burial: Alexander Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Occupation: Farmer
Note: Minister.

John Wesley COLYER II (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1 APR 1815 in Scott Co., Tn., and died 15 APR 1855 in Pulaski Co., Ky.. He was buried in Alexander Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY. He married Lucy M. GOVER 29 JUL 1844 in Pulaski Co. KY, daughter of John GOVER and Nancy BROWN. She was born 28 MAY 1826 in Kentucky, and died 8 JAN 1888 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was buried in Alexander Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of John Wesley COLYER II and Lucy M. GOVER are:+ 56 i. John Wesley COLYER III was born 15 JUN 1845 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died 10 APR 1907 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
57 ii. Elizabeth Mary COLYER was born 9 APR 1851 in Pulaski Co., KY. She married John W. HOLLARS 6 APR 1876 in Pulaski Co. KY AHO Martin Silvers. He was born 10 MAR 1848 in Pulaski Co., KY.
+ 58 iii. David Bruce COLYER was born 7 FEB 1854 in Danville, Ky., and died 13 JUN 1942 in Davidson, Ok..





More About Jr. John Colyer:
Census: 1850, Pulaski County, Kentucky377,378

Notes for Lucy H. Gover:
Census: 1850 Pulaski Co., KY
Census: 1870 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Burial: Alexander Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY
Note: PAGE Point District number 184 shows Pendlay, Silas, 33, born Kentucky

More About Lucy H. Gover:
Census: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky379,380

More About John Colyer and Lucy Gover:
Marriage: July 29, 1844, Pulaski County, Kentucky381,382,383


Children of John Colyer and Lydia Purvis are:
i. Harriet Colyer383, born September 27, 1818 in Pulaski County, Kentucky384,385; died 1901386,387; married (1) Samuel Black November 15, 1837 in Pulaski County, Kentucky388,389; born March 26, 1803 in Virginia390,391; died 1874 in Pulaski County, Kentucky392,393; married (2) Roark Aft. 1874394,395; born 1818; died Aft. 1874.

Notes for Harriet Colyer:
Harriett COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 27 SEP 1818 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 23 APR 1901. She was buried in Rock Lick Baptist Church Cem. Ruth Rd (1920) L on Grundy Rd 3 mi.. She married Samuel BLACK 6 NOV 1837 in Pg. 51, Marriage Records 1797-1850. He was born 26 MAR 1803 in Virginia, and died 21 DEC 1874 in Pulaski Co., KY. He was buried in Soul's Chapel Cem., Pulaski Co., KY, E Hwy 80. Near Sugar Hill.

Children of Harriett COLYER and Samuel BLACK are:+ 59 i. Minerva Ann BLACK was born MAY 1842 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died AFT. 1870.
60 ii. Waller BLACK was born 1859.
61 iii. Mary E. BLACK was born 1862.
62 iv. Susan BLACK was born 1864.
63 v. Willis R. BLACK was born 1866.





1870 Pulaski County census shows age 32......should be 52.


Notes for Samuel Black:
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1870 Pulaski County Census shows age 37.....Should be 67.


More About Samuel Black:
Census: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky396,397

More About Samuel Black and Harriet Colyer:
Marriage: November 15, 1837, Pulaski County, Kentucky398,399

ii. St. Clair Colyer399, born December 15, 1819 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky400,401; died Aft. 1851; married (1) Nancy Jane Zachary July 29, 1851 in Pulaski County, Kentucky402,403; born 1821404,405; died Aft. 1851; married (2) Elizabeth C. Morgan July 26, 1853 in Pulaski County, Kentucky406,407; born 1833 in Tennessee408,409; died Aft. 1879.

Notes for St. Clair Colyer:
Census: 1860 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Census: 1850 Pulaski County, Kentucky, land value $900
Census: 1870 Pulaski County, Kentucky, Land value $925
Census: 1880 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Occupation: 1850 Coal Dealer/Farmer
PROP: 2 OCT 1840 Joint w/Lindsay Land Grant 50 acres Cumberland River
PROP: 29 JUN 1842 Land Grant 150 acres/Little Lick Branch
PROP: 19 JUL 1848 Land Grant 50 acres/Buck Creek
PROP: 16 AUG 1878 Land Grant 3 Acres/Pittman Creek
Event: RESI: Residence 1850 AHO Joseph & Jane Ferrell
Note:


1850 Census lists St. Clair Colyer as having a twenty-two year old black slave.

POSSIBLY the St. Clair Colyer that a Land Grant was issued on June 29, 1842 for 150 acres on the Little Like Branch in Pulaski Co., Book 22, page. 102.
. St. Clair COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 15 DEC 1819 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died SEP 1904. He married Nancy Jane ZACHARY 29 JUL 1851 in Pulaski Co. KY. She was born 1821. He married Elizabeth C. MORGAN 26 JUL 1853 in Pulaski Co. KY by James Barnett/Cyrenius Richardson, daughter of William MORGAN and NANCY. She was born 1833 in Tennessee.

Children of St. Clair COLYER and Elizabeth C. MORGAN are: 64 i. John William COLYER was born 30 APR 1854 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 2 AUG 1930.
65 ii. Jasper Rutus COLYER was born 1856 in Pulaski Co., Ky. He married Sally NEWELL 19 DEC 1888 in Pulaski Co. KY. She was born 1870.
+ 66 iii. James Lindsay COLYER was born 1858 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1934.
67 iv. St. Clair COLYER , Jr. was born 1861, and died 1940.
+ 68 v. Welby A. COLYER was born 25 DEC 1863, and died in Garrett, Ill..
69 vi. Nancy W. COLYER was born 1865 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 1940. She married CHAMBERS. She married T. Newton BARKER 31 DEC 1890 in Pulaski Co. KY by J. P. Strother. He was born 1855 in Pulaski Co. KY.
+ 70 vii. Idelia C. COLYER was born 1868, and died 1960.
+ 71 viii. W. Alma COLYER was born 1868, and died 1962 in Aurora, IL.
+ 72 ix. Perry Nathan COLYER was born 1869, and died 1936.
73 x. Charles C. COLYER was born 19 OCT 1869, and died 25 NOV 1958.
74 xi. Elizabeth COLYER was born ABT. 1870.




More About St. Clair Colyer:
Census 1: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky410,411
Census 2: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky412,413
Census 3: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky414,415

More About St. Colyer and Nancy Zachary:
Marriage: July 29, 1851, Pulaski County, Kentucky416,417

iii. Lindsey Robert Colyer417, born April 27, 1821 in Pulaski County, Kentucky418,419; died January 14, 1901 in Pulaski County, Kentucky420,421; married (1) Nancy Jane Richardson July 30, 1844 in Pulaski County, Kentucky422,423,424,425; born November 06, 1829 in Pulaski County, Kentucky426,427; died October 06, 1871 in Pulaski County, Kentucky428,429; married (2) Mahalia Meece June 02, 1872 in at home of bride, Pulaski County, Kentucky430,431; born June 12, 1827 in Pulaski County, Kentucky432,433; died July 30, 1901 in Pulaski County, Kentucky434,435.

Notes for Lindsey Robert Colyer:
Census: 1860 Pulaski County, KY
Census: 1850 Pulaski County, KY
Census: 1870 Pulaski County, KY, land value $5180
Census: 1880 Pulaski County, KY
Burial: Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY, E Hwy 80. Near Sugar Hill
PROP: 2 OCT 1840 Joint w/St.Clair Land Grant-50 acres Cumberland River
Note:
In the 1850 Pulaski Co. Census, Lindsay Colyer was listed as having one (1) seven year old black slave.
In the 1860 Pulaski Co. Census, Lindsay is listed as having a thirty-five year old black female, a sixteen year old black male, a fifteen year old black male, a three year old black female and a two year old male black as slaves.


Lindsay Robert COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 27 APR 1821 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 14 JAN 1901 in Pulaski County, KY. He was buried in Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY, E Hwy 80. Near Sugar Hill. He married Nancy Jane RICHARDSON 30 JUL 1844 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was born 6 NOV 1829 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 6 OCT 1871 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was buried in Soul's Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY. He married Mahala MEECE 2 JUN 1872 in Pulaski Co. , KY by Reuben Shadoin AHO bride, daughter of Henry MEECE and MATILDA. She was born 12 JUN 1827 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 30 JUL 1901 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.

Children of Lindsay Robert COLYER and Nancy Jane RICHARDSON are:+ 75 i. Lydia Margaret COLYER was born 1 DEC 1845 in Cherry Grove, Pulaski Co., KY, and died 18 JUN 1870 in Claiborne Co., TN.
+ 76 ii. Elizabeth COLYER was born 6 SEP 1847 in Cherry Grove, Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 17 AUG 1925 in Wayne County, Kentucky.
77 iii. Paulina Jane COLYER was born 6 DEC 1850 in Cherry Grove, Ky, and died 11 APR 1946 in Pulaski Co., Ky. She married William S. T. CHRISMAN 21 DEC 1873 in Pulaski Co. KY by C. M. Richardson AHO S. A. Colyer. He was born ABT. 1848 in Wayne Co., KY.
78 iv. Lucinda Sophia COLYER was born 4 DEC 1853 in Cherry Grove, Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 30 JUL 1936. She married Socrates A. (Dock) GILLESPIE 4 MAR 1872 in Pulaski Co. KY by E. F. Hays AHO Lindsay Robt. Colyer, son of Patrick GILLESPIE and Nancy E. CLAUNCH. He was born 1848 in Pulaski Co., KY.
+ 79 v. Mary Belle COLYER was born 6 DEC 1854 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 11 APR 1946 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
+ 80 vi. John Perry COLYER was born 1 JAN 1857 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 30 JUL 1936 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
81 vii. Nancy Ellen COLYER was born 1 JUN 1859 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, KY, and died 18 SEP 1861 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
82 viii. Cyrenius COLYER was born 15 MAY 1860 in Cherry Grove, Ky, and died 16 OCT 1946 in Pulaski Co., Ky..
+ 83 ix. Virginia COLYER was born 12 DEC 1861 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, Ky, and died 9 MAY 1940 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
+ 84 x. Robert Lindsey COLYER was born 8 APR 1863 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, KY, and died 29 DEC 1940 in Pulaski County, KY.
85 xi. Samuel A. COLYER was born 27 OCT 1865 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, KY, and died 29 MAR 1874 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
+ 86 xii. Lucinda Debora COLYER was born 1 DEC 1867 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski County, Kentucy, and died AFT. 1905.
+ 87 xiii. Alice COLYER was born 23 FEB 1870 in Cherry Grove Community, Pulaski Co., KY, and died 6 JAN 1953 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.





More About Lindsey Robert Colyer:
Census 1: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky436,437
Census 2: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky438,439
Census 3: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky440,441

More About Nancy Jane Richardson:
Burial: Soul's Chapel Cemaski Co Ky

More About Lindsey Colyer and Nancy Richardson:
Marriage 1: July 30, 1844, Pulaski County, Kentucky442,443,444,445
Marriage 2: Rev. Samuel Glassford

27 iv. Elizabeth Colyer, born November 15, 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died March 1898 in probably Pulaski County, Kentucky; married James H Eastham October 02, 1829 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
v. Cyrenus Wait Colyer445, born June 23, 1824 in Pulaski County, Kentucky446,447; died July 08, 1898448,449; married Sarah Waddle Abt. 1851450,451; born Abt. 1833452,453; died Bef. 1880 in Pulaski County, Kentucky454,455.

Notes for Cyrenus Wait Colyer:
. Cyrenius Wait COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 23 JUN 1824 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 8 JUL 1898. He was buried in Keeney Cemetery, E Hwy. 80 at Pitman Creek Bridge. He married Sarah WADDLE 24 SEP 1851 in Pulaski Co., KY, daughter of William Peter WADDLE , Sr. and Sarah Sally WADDLE. She was born 1 OCT 1832, and died 5 JAN 1874 in Pulaski Co., Ky. She was buried in Keeney Cemetery, E Hwy. 80 at Pitman Creek Bridge. He married Martha GRAGG 21 APR 1886 in Pulaski Co., Ky by Thomas M. Meece AHO Barbary Richardson. She was born ABT. 1841 in Pulaski Co., Ky. He married Malinda F. WADDLE 9 JAN 1890 in Pulaski Co., Ky by H. B. Meece. She was born 1847 in Pulaski Co. KY.

Children of Cyrenius Wait COLYER and Sarah WADDLE are: 92 i. John W. COLYER was born 18 JUN 1852 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
93 ii. Minerva E. COLYER was born 3 FEB 1854 in Pulaski Co. KY. She married James F. MEECE 21 NOV 1878 in Pulaski Co. KY by A. L. Jonas AHO John T. Howell, son of Ephraim MEECE and Matilda RICHARDSON. He was born 7 JAN 1845 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 9 SEP 1900.
94 iii. Harriett L. COLYER was born 1856 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
95 iv. Minerva Suda COLYER was born 6 FEB 1856 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
+ 96 v. Malinda J. COLYER was born 1858 in Pulaski Co. KY.
+ 97 vi. Charles G. COLYER was born 1860, and died 1935.
98 vii. Mary Louise COLYER was born 11 JAN 1863, and died 21 JAN 1865.
99 viii. Cyrenius COLYER was born 1865.
100 ix. Jehu COLYER was born 1867.
101 x. James Perry COLYER was born 15 APR 1870 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 2 MAY 1874.
102 xi. Sarah E. COLYER was born 22 DEC 1872, and died 10 MAY 1873.


Child of Cyrenius Wait COLYER and Malinda F. WADDLE is: 103 i. Viola COLYER was born OCT 1898.





More About Cyrenus Wait Colyer:
Census 1: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky456,457
Census 2: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky458,459
Census 3: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky460,461

More About Cyrenus Colyer and Sarah Waddle:
Marriage: Abt. 1851462,463

vi. Manerva (Menerva) Colyer463, born August 31, 1825464,465; died Aft. 1825.

Notes for Manerva (Menerva) Colyer:
Minerva COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 31 AUG 1825 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY. She married John Quincy Adams RICHARDSON 18 DEC 1845 in Pulaski Co. KY. He was born 1821 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died AFT. 1920 in Pulaski Co., Ky..

Child of Minerva COLYER and John Quincy Adams RICHARDSON is: 115 i. Lucy RICHARDSON was born 1859.





More About Manerva (Menerva) Colyer:
Date born 2: August 31, 1825466,467

vii. Jehu Colyer467, born February 24, 1827 in Pulaski County, Kentucky468,469; died February 1850 in Pulaski County, Kentucky470,471

More About Jehu Colyer:
Date born 2: February 24, 1827, Pulaski County, Kentucky472,473
Died 2: February 1850, Pulaski County, Kentucky474,475

viii. James Perry Colyer475, born December 06, 1828 in Pulaski County, Kentucky476,477; died Aft. 1877; married Mary S. Colyer Abt. 1859478,479; born Abt. 1840 in Missouri480,481; died Aft. 1877.

Notes for James Perry Colyer:
John Perry COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 6 DEC 1828 in Northfield, Pulaski Co., Ky., and died 1910. He married Mary Susan SILVERS 16 SEP 1858 in Pulaski Co. KY, daughter of James SILVERS and Elizabeth HEATH. She was born 1 JAN 1841 in Missouri, and died 1920.

Children of John Perry COLYER and Mary Susan SILVERS are: 116 i. Lucille COLYER.
117 ii. Lydia COLYER.
118 iii. Stephen Moody COLYER was born in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 18 APR 1855. He married Balzora ABLE 17 JAN 1836.
+ 119 iv. Buford Wesley COLYER was born 29 JAN 1860 in Pulaski Co., KY, and died 5 AUG 1934.
120 v. Rena COLYER was born ABT. 1862.
+ 121 vi. Ursula B. COLYER was born 8 FEB 1866 in Pulaski Co. KY, and died 29 OCT 1949.
122 vii. Jennie COLYER was born ABT. 1872 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married T. P. STRINGER. He was born 1864.
123 viii. Thomas J. COLYER was born ABT. 1874 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
124 ix. St. Clair COLYER was born ABT. 1877 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
125 x. Mattie COLYER was born AUG 1881. She married VONORSTAND in 0.
126 xi. Susie COLYER was born JUL 1884. She married FLICK.





More About James Perry Colyer:
Census 1: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky482,483
Census 2: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky484,485
Census 3: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky486,487

More About James Colyer and Mary Colyer:
Marriage: Abt. 1859488,489

ix. Martin Colyer489, born August 19, 1830 in Pulaski County, Kentucky490,491; died Aft. 1830.

Notes for Martin Colyer:
[Archfam[2].FTW]

Roll of Company H, Sixth Regiment, Cavalry, Kentucky Volunteers, Confederate States Army shows Martin T. Colyer, private, enlisted 15 August, 1862 in Somerset, Kentucky. Transferred to Captain Perkins Company 1 February, 1863.
Roll of Company C, Sixth Regiment, Cavalry, Kentucky Volunteers, Confederate States Army shows Martin T. Colyer enlisted 1 December, 1862 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. By transfer from Captain Shanks Company in January, 1863.


More About Martin Colyer:
Census: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky492,493

x. Charles Grenade Colyer493, born August 08, 1832 in Pulaski County, Kentucky494,495; died April 11, 1910 in Pulaski County, Kentucky496,497; married Louisa Jane Meece Abt. 1861 in Pulaski County, Kentucky498,499; born Abt. 1842; died 1931.

Notes for Charles Grenade Colyer:
Charles Granada COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 8 AUG 1832 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 11 APR 1910 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. He was buried in Clay Hill Cemetery, Pulaski Co., Ky. He married Louisa Jane MEECE 14 JUL 1861 in Pulaski Co., Ky by W. F. Richardson, daughter of Ephraim MEECE and Matilda RICHARDSON. She was born 21 AUG 1842 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 13 JAN 1931 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky. She was buried in Clay Hill Cemetery, Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of Charles Granada COLYER and Louisa Jane MEECE are:+ 127 i. Cyrenius W. COLYER was born 1862 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 1934.
+ 128 ii. Ellen Nevada COLYER was born 1864, and died 1957.
129 iii. Sarah E. COLYER was born 1865 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1881. She married FITZPATRICK.
130 iv. Nathaniel COLYER was born ABT. 1867 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 1939. He married Dena MAVES. She died 1937.
+ 131 v. Charles G. COLYER was born 1869 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
132 vi. Buford Pinctney COLYER was born 23 JAN 1871, and died 22 JAN 1872.
133 vii. Lydia COLYER was born 1873 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 1889 in pneumonia from sneaking out at night, jumping in Pittman Creek.
+ 134 viii. Harriet Luvenia COLYER was born 1875 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
135 ix. Garfield COLYER was born ABT. 1879.
+ 136 x. Lucy Alma COLYER was born 20 MAY 1880 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died 11 APR 1965 in Pulaski Co., Ky.
137 xi. Leola Matilda COLYER was born 1881, and died 1882.
+ 138 xii. Samuel COLYER was born 22 MAY 1884, and died 1 FEB 1972 in Somerset, Pulaski Co., Ky.






CHARLES GRENADE COLYER was born August 8, 1832, in Pulaski County,Kentucky, the son of JOHN COLYER and LYDIA PURVIS. He grew up on hisfather's farm on Pitman Creek in eastern Pulaski County. C. G. COLYERmarried LOUISA JANE MEECE, July 14, 1861, in Pulaski County, Kentucky.LOUISA JANE MEECE, was born August 21, 1842, in Pulaski County,Kentucky, daughter of EPHRIAM MEECE and MATILDA RICHARDSON MEECE.
Sam Colyer, son of C. G. COLYER, stated that his father enlisted in theConfederate Army, when he heard that he was to be drafted into the UnionArmy within a few days.

Pension Records1


The records show that C. G. COLYER, private, Company C, 6thKentucky Cavalry, Confederate States
Army1 enlisted January 24, 1863; as C. J. COLYER, private,Company G, said regiment, was captured at Cripple Creek, Tennessee,May 14, 1863; was paroled at Fort McHenry, Maryland, May 29, 1863, andwas received City Point, Virginia, May 31, 1863.
The name of one C. G. COLYER, sergeant, Company E, Detachment of variousRegiments of Morgan's Cavalry Division appears on muster roll ofCompany E and H of that organization for December 31, 1862, to August 31,1863 (only payroll on file), on which he was reported present and to haveenlisted January 1, 1863. No later record of him has been found.


C 6 Cav Ky2 Confederate
C. G. COLYER Pvt., Capt. M. B. Perkins' Company,
Grigsby's Reg't, Kentucky Cav.*
Appears on
Company Muster Roll of the organization named above for Nov. 1, 1862 toFeb 28 , 1863
Enlisted: Jan 24, 1863
Where: Beech Grove, Tenn.
By whom: Capt. Perkins
Period: Three years
Last Paid: Never Paid
Present or absent: Present
Remarks: Volunteered for the unexpired term of the
Company

*This company subsequently became Company C, 6th Regiment, KentuckyCavalry


The regiment was formed about February 1, 1863, by the consolidation ofGrigsby's and Bullitt's Battalions Kentucky Cavalry.


PRISONERS OF WAR
C 6 Cav Ky
Confederate
C.J. COLYER
Appears on a register:
Dept of the Cumberland, Reg. No.1
(Hd. Qrs. Prov. Mar. General, Nashville, Tenn.
To what point forwarded: Louisville, May 28


Received at Military Prison, Louisville, Ky., May 23,
1863, from penitentiary at Nashville, Tenn.
Roll dated May 23, 1863.


Where taken: Cripple Creek, Tenn., May 14, 1863
Remarks: Sent to Baltimore, May 25, 1863.
-Louisville, Ky., Register No.1; page 232-



Sent May 25, from Louisville, Ky., to Baltimore, Md., en route to beexchanged.


paroled at Fort McHenry, Md., May 29, 1863
-Roll bears the following endorsement:
"Received City Point, Va., May 31, 1863, from Jno. E. Mulford, Capt., 3dInfty. N. Y. V., Comdg. Flag of Truce, One Hundred & thirty six (136)Confederate prisoners of War paroled for exchange of 1 Surgeon - J.B.Thompson, Capt. Comd., Post City Point.


_Roll of Company C, Sixth Regiment Cavalry3
CONFEDERATE
This roll lists sixty members. There are twelve Colyers andthree Earps from Pulaski County, Ky. Number 24 on the roll is C. J.Colyer (Charles Grenade Colyer). He was listed this way on severalrolls.
"Roll dated Beech Grove, Tenn.1 Feb. 28, 1863. This company wasorganized in Pulaski County, Ky.; was engaged in constant picketing andscouting in Pulaski and Rockcastle Counties; went into camp at Beaufort,near Danville, Ky. Company participated in action at Murfreesboro,Tenn. Dec. 31, 1862. Note--The "Old Roster" 6th Kentucky Cavalry callsthis Company "C" and rolls on file are marked Company "A". This companywas mustered into service as Company "C" of 6th KY. Cavalry and wasalways recognized and known as such in regimental organization. In thefirst days of March 1863, General Buford was assigned to the MississippiDept. and the 6th Regiment Ky. Cavalry and the 5th Reg. Ky. Cavalry werethen transferred to the command of Brigadier General John H. Morgan, withwhich it continued in service until nearly the whole regiment wascaptured during the last days of Morgan's Ohio raid."



Sam Colyer, further stated, that CHARLES GRENADE COLYER was in the battleof Chickamauga near Chattanooga, Tenn. He was in the Confederate Cavalryand every fourth man was to
be a horse holder during the battle. Both C. G. COLYER and Morgan Colyerwere fourth when they were numbered and were assigned to hold horsesduring the battle. C. G. COLYER
placed his horses between him and the battle and Morgan, his brother,laid down face toward the battle. As the bullets and shells came aroundthem, Morgan said "Oh Lord, Oh Lord".
C.G. said "are you hit?". Morgan said "No, just scared."
At Chickamauga the cavalry was told to hold the Union Army while theConfederate Army retreated across the river. They held long enough forthe army to cross and then the General said, "every man for himself."Charles G. was going along the river when two Union soldiers saw him andchased him. They apparently were out of ammunition or their guns weren'tloaded since they didn't fire. After a couple of miles Charles G. gotto a large tree across the trail and decided to try to have his horsejump the tree. The horse jumped it, but the Union soldiers didn't jumpit and Charles G. got away and was able to cross the river.
He had enlisted for a specific time and after the time expired and nearthe end of the was and it was known the cause was lost, he went toheadquarters and was given an honorable discharge.
CHARLES GRENADE COLYER could not return home since there were somany Yankee supporters who would shoot returning "Rebs". He stayedin Nashville about two years and ran a hotel. A neighbor named Gilmore,harassed his wife, mother and his small son, because C. G. had been inthe Confederate Army. Gilmore killed their chickens and the pets andtold them that C. G. had been killed. LOUISA JANE, his wife, told hemshe did not believe it. Finally Charles G. returned home and vowed tokill Gilmore. C. G. was splitting wood when he first saw Gilmorecoming across the field. He ran for his gun and Gilmore saw him and wasgone when he returned. It was some time before Gilmore returned to theneighborhood and the feeling had subsided by then. Gilmores family hadbeen in the Union forces.
CHARLES GRENADE COLYER had evening prayers and the entire family wouldcome in and kneel for prayers.



CHARLES GRENADE and his wife LOUISA JANE had eleven children. Alltaught school at some time after they grew up. He was a school trustee.
The 1870 and 1880 Pulaski County Census show CHARLES G. COLYER listed asa farmer, born in Kentucky and his parents born in Tennessee, and LOUISAJANE COLYER as his wife, born in Kentucky and her parents both born inKentucky.
CHARLES G. COLYER died at his home on Pitman Creek April 11, 1910 andhis wife LOUISA JANE COLYER died January 13, 1931, in Pulaski County,Kentucky. She had received a Confederate Widows pension for hisservice. Scare Moser and Ray Colyer, both grandchildren,recall LOUISA JANE, as a small lady, about 5'11 tall, slender, withcoal black hair throughout her life.


Obituary of CHARLES GRANAID COLYER, printed in the
Somerset, Kentucky newspaper in April, 1910


CHARLES GRANAID COLYER, who resided about three miles south-east of town,died last Monday, after several months of feeble health due to age and ageneral wearing out of the vital organs.
His father was JOHN COLYER, who lived and reared a large family of 19sons and daughters, and died on the old homestead now known as the Warrenfarm at the bridge of Pitman creek and the Sublimity road, about six andone half miles from this town, and his mother was LYDIA Purvis, who wasthe old gentlemen's second wife and the mother of fourteen of hischildren and his first wife was a Miss Sinclair, who was the mother offive of the older children.
I first became intimately acquainted with the family of JOHN COLYER Sr.in 1856, when my father removed to the farm adjoining theirs on theopposite side of Pitman creek, now the Allen farm, and from the firstmoment was convinced that there never was a more gallant, neighborly orhospitable family in the world. To the young man's mind their home was amodel place to get good treatment and have a joyous Happy time. It wasbetter than a circus to be with those old big boys at the corn huskingsor hoeing; threshings or stacking; the log cutting or rollings, and tohave to do hard and heavy work, when four or five of them were on handand helping at the labor, it was the best kind of entertainment, and wewant to tell you that no laddie was ever imposed upon in that goodcompany, for they stood over those in need of a defender on everyoccasion.



I knew nearly all of the family well but ten of the younger ones werebest known to me and GRANAID was one of them. All of the Colyer 5differed from me in religious name and also in political as well, butthey were always my friends, even in old war times when we were in battlearray for the right, each as we saw it and in our personal associationsnone of us ever dared to attempt to muzzle the other or make one too dumbto speak his honest sentiment.
GRANAID COLYER was the last one of that large family to pass from theearth to the Great Beyond and my faith in God's promises and my knowledgeof his manner of life leads me to say to his good wife and other lovedones that it is all well with him for he surely has the righteous man1sreward.
His brother, J. Perry Colyer, died only a few months ago. The firstset of children of John Colyer's were Buford, John Alex, Williamand Mrs. Dickie Smith.


His full brothers and sisters were Lindsey, Cy, Jehu, Sinclair, Martin,Wesley, Perry, GRANAID, Samuel, Nathaniel, and Mrs. Harriet Black, Mrs.Menerva Richardson, Mrs. Lizzie Eastman, and one other.
Their old father died over half a century ago and their mother over athird of a century, and this writer made obituary notices of most of themas they passed away a sad duty that we have performed faithfully.
To his last afflicted wife and her noble children, we extend sincerestcondolences, as their long-time friend.


1 Confederate Pension Records, #1585 to 1652; Kentucky HistoricalSociety, Frankfort, Kentucky.


2 Confederate Records, The National Archives, Washington,D.C.
Kentucky Adjutant General's Report, Confederate States Army, SixthRegiment Cavalry.


Interview with EllenColyer:


The Colyer family lived on a farm on Pitman Creek about four mileseast of Somerset. She told of she and all of her sistersknitting all of their stockings when they were young. Near their home wasa spring in a rock outcropping that formed a small depression or cavethat was cool and not only furnished water but also was used tostore and keep food cool. The house was constructed of heavy logs and itwas still standing, but unoccupied in 1967. Their home had a front roomand behind this room was a dining room and then a living room with alarge fireplace. Beside the front room was a bedroom and upstairs overthe front room was another bedroom. The kitchen was in a separatestructure next to the dining room. The kitchen and the house wereseperated by a space about five feet wide often called a "dog trot" inthat area. This space between the house and the kitchen was common inearly farm houses as it would help keep the house cool in the summer andcould be helpful in case of fire. There was a barn that was behind thehouse.
Ellen went to Lawrenceburg College near Corbin, Kentucky and taughtschool for several years before she was married and she boarded with thegrandparents of John Sherman Cooper, who was later the United StatesSenator form Kentucky. She taught grades 1-5 for a year after she wasmarried. She taught in the school district where C. W. SEARS lived.All of her adult brothers and sisters taught school at one time andseveral made their career in education.
BERT and ELLEN had three children: OLLIE B. born August 11. 1904 inPulaski County, Kentucky, Raymond born July 12 in Pulaski County anddied March 9, 1908 and is buried at Souls Chapel Cemetery east ofSomerset in Pulaski County. and Naomi Elizabeth, born February 14, 1915in Ft. Worth.
Tarrent County. Texas.
ELLEN CQLYER SEARS' sister Luvenia and her husband Hansford Wilder movedto Fort Worth, Texas and opened a grocerv store. In early 1906 they sentfor ELLEN1S brother Sam Colyer to come to Fort Worth to work with them atthe grocerv store. The Wilder's sold the store to Sam Colyer and movedto California. A week after their son Raymond died in Kentucky BERT andELLEN SEARS and their daughter OLLIE moved to Texas and BERT SEARS workedin the store for Sam Cclyer. After a year or two BERT SEARS bought ahalf interest in the store.
In 1915 Sam Colyer's mother Louisa Jane Colyer wanted him to return toKentucky. Sam Colyer sold the store to BERT SEARS and moved back toKentucky. When the C. W. SEARS family first moved to Fort Worth, Texasthey lived in a house in the 2000 block of Clinton Street, then theymoved to 2122 N Houston Street, and then to 318 N. W. 22nd Street. Thislast house was originally one story and later had a second story addedtoit. This house was on the same lot as the store and also had a threecar garage next to the alley. BERT and ELLEN Sears lived in this homefor the rest of their life. The store located on the corner of 22nd andClinton Streets was first of frame construction and was later replacedwith a red brick store. Mr. SEARS was in the grocery business 33years. He_was a strong family man, attended church regularlythroughout his life, he was treasurer of his church, and theSears'family often has ministers stay at their home while they were inFort Worth. He enjoyed hunting squirrel with his single shot 410shotgun and he was known for the excellent barbecue that he made daily athis grocery store. Around his home he had many varieties of plants andflowers that he enjoyed. There were pecan trees, pear trees, a peachtree, a fig tree, canna plants beside the store, and flowering shrubs andplants decorated the property.
ELLEN SEARS was also very active in their church. Attendingn regularlySunday school. Sunday worship services, Sunday evening services. andWednesday evening prayer services. She was in the church choir and madethe communion bread that was used in communion services at their churchfor years.
MRS. SEARs was an excellent cook and made homemade bread, biscuits,fruitcakes, pies, and preserved or canned many things such as chow-chow,relish, pickled peaches, and jellies.
Their home was warm and friendly and a gathering place for theirchildren, grand children and friends. They were good parents, neighborsand friends to have. C. W. SEARS died October 12, 1945 in Fort Worth,Texas. ELLEN SEARS died at her home July 23, 1957 and is buried next toher husband at Garden of Memories Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas





More About Charles Grenade Colyer:
Census 1: 1860, Pulaski County, Kentucky500,501
Census 2: 1870, Pulaski County, Kentucky502,503
Census 3: 1880, Pulaski County, Kentucky504,505

More About Charles Colyer and Louisa Meece:
Marriage: Abt. 1861, Pulaski County, Kentucky506,507

xi. Stephen Colyer507, born Abt. 1837 in Pulaski County, Kentucky508,509; died April 19, 1855 in Pulaski County, Kentucky510,511

Notes for Stephen Colyer:
Stephen COLYER (John Wesley COLYER I10, William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 28 JUL 1822 in TN. He married Niagara ALEXANDER 17 JAN 1853 in Pulaski Co. KY. She was born 1821 in Kentucky.

Children of Stephen COLYER and Niagara ALEXANDER are: 88 i. Nancy A. COLYER was born 1857.
89 ii. Mary C. COLYER was born 1862 in Rockcastle Co., KY. She married Chrisley M. GASTINEAU 28 OCT 1879 in Pulaski Co. KY by George Price AHO William Price. He was born 1859 in Pulaski Co., KY.
90 iii. Elizabeth COLYER was born 1864.
91 iv. Eliza A. COLYER was born 1868.






56. James Jr Hudson, born Abt. 1775; died Aft. 1787. He was the son of 112. James Sr Hudson and 113. Agnes Burton.

More About James Jr Hudson:
Name 2: James Hudson

Child of James Jr Hudson is:
28 i. Daniel Hudson, born Abt. 1787 in Virginia; died Aft. 1828; married Mary Polly Lester March 20, 1810.


58. Vincent Lester511,512, born 1800; died Abt. 1837.

More About Vincent Lester:
Date born 2: Abt. 1765
Date born 3: 1800, Va513,514,515
Died 2: Aft. 1787
Died 3: Aft. 1837, Pulaski Co Ky516,517,518

Child of Vincent Lester is:
29 i. Mary Polly Lester, born Abt. 1787 in Kentucky; died Aft. 1828; married Daniel Hudson March 20, 1810.


Generation No. 7

64. James P Jr Burton, born Abt. 1734 in Goochland Co Va; died September 08, 1814 in Pulaski Co Ky. He was the son of 128. James P Sr. Burton and 129. Judith Paine. He married 65. Sarah Stovall Abt. 1759 in Va.
65. Sarah Stovall, born Abt. 1740 in Goochland Co Va; died Abt. 1820 in Pulaski Co Ky. She was the daughter of 130. Thomas Stovall and 131. Elizabeth Betty Owen.

More About James Burton and Sarah Stovall:
Marriage: Abt. 1759, Va

Children of James Burton and Sarah Stovall are:
32 i. William Burton, born Abt. 1763 in Lunenburg Co Va; died September 20, 1814 in Pittsylvania Co Va; married Elizabeth Betty Kissee Abt. 1780 in Pittsyvania Co Va.
ii. John Burton, born Abt. 1762 in Lunenburg Co Va; died March 05, 1822 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) Mary Polly Bohannon May 21, 1782 in Pittsylvania Co Va; born Abt. 1762; died Aft. 1798; married (2) Mary Ann Johnson August 04, 1788 in Charlotte Co Va; born Abt. 1764 in Pittsylvania Virginia518; died Aft. 1789.

More About John Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1760518
Date born 3: Abt. 1776518,519,520
Died 2: Aft. 1796521,522,523
Died 3: Unknown524

More About John Burton and Mary Johnson:
Marriage: August 04, 1788, Charlotte Co Va

iii. Thomas Caleb Burton, born Abt. 1765 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died September 17, 1814 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Jerisha McDaniel January 03, 1797 in Pittsyvania Co Va; born Abt. 1765 in Va; died Abt. 1836 in Va.

More About Thomas Burton and Jerisha McDaniel:
Marriage: January 03, 1797, Pittsyvania Co Va

iv. Phoebe Burton, born Abt. 1766 in Va; died Aft. 1795 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (1) James Blackburn July 10, 1787 in Pittsyvania Co Va; born Abt. 1766; died Aft. 1787; married (2) William Brock July 20, 1795 in Pittsyvania Co Va; born Abt. 1766; died Aft. 1795.

More About Phoebe Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1780525,526,527
Died 2: Aft. 1800528,529,530

More About William Brock:
Date born 2: Abt. 1780531,532,533
Died 2: Aft. 1800534,535,536

More About William Brock and Phoebe Burton:
Marriage: July 20, 1795, Pittsyvania Co Va

v. Benjamin Burton, born Abt. 1768 in Charlotte Co Va; died November 1834 in Jennings Co Indiana; married Anna Baker November 23, 1812 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1778 in Fayette County, Kentucky; died Aft. 1868 in Davis County, Iowa.

Notes for Benjamin Burton:
1. Benjamin Burton (James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 1768 in Charlotte County, Virginia, and died NOV 1833 in Jennings County, Indiana. He married Anna Baker 26 NOV 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of Peleg Baker and Massie Mrs. Baker. She was born ABT. 1789 in Fayette County, Kentucky, and died ABT. 1868 in Davis County, Iowa.

Children of Benjamin Burton and Anna Baker are:+ 2 i. David Burton was born 1814 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died in Chautauqua County, Kansas.
+ 3 ii. Benjamin Burton was born ABT. 1815 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
4 iii. Mary Burton was born 4 SEP 1816 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 11 FEB 1886 in Clyde, Cloud County, Kansas.
+ 5 iv. Sarah Ann Burton was born 24 FEB 1820 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 1 JUN 1911 in Havana, Montgomery County, Kansas.
+ 6 v. Joel H. Burton was born 1822 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 2 SEP 1902 in Moody, Coffey County, Kansas.
7 vi. George S. Burton was born 1828 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 16 NOV 1862 in Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa.






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2. David Burton (Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 1814 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died in Chautauqua County, Kansas. He married Susannah Harness 15 MAR 1835 in Jennings County, Indiana. She was born 1816 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died in Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas. He married Harriet Smith 5 APR 1877 in Chataugua Co., Kansas. She was born 1835.

Children of David Burton and Susannah Harness are: 8 i. Lucinda Burton was born in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 27 JUL 1875 in Fulton County, Indiana. She married William Riley Robbins 22 NOV 1871 in Fulton County, Illinois. He was born 18 OCT 1839 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 15 APR 1927 in Stillwell, Adair County, Oklahoma.
9 ii. Samuel Burton was born 4 JAN 1836 in Spencer Twp., Jennings County, Indiana, and died 31 JUL 1917 in Rock Creek, Pine County, Minnesota. He married Nancy Emmaline Robbins 9 NOV 1856 in Marshall County, Indiana. She was born 17 JAN 1837 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 22 AUG 1880 in Pierce County, Wisconsin.
+ 10 iii. Anna Burton was born OCT 1837 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 1923 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.
+ 11 iv. Elizabeth Burton was born SEP 1840 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 23 JUN 1912 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.
+ 12 v. William Burton was born 28 OCT 1842 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 6 OCT 1935 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.
+ 13 vi. Catherine Jane Burton was born 7 MAR 1845 in Spencer Township, Jennings County, Indiana, and died 21 JAN 1933 in El Dorado Springs, Cedar Co., MO.
+ 14 vii. John Burton was born 21 MAR 1850 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died AFT. 1927 in Arkansas.
15 viii. Jessie S. Burton was born 1852 in Jennings County, Indiana.
16 ix. Jeanettie Burton was born 4 SEP 1854 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 5 FEB 1941 in Indiana. She married John Armstrong Braman 24 NOV 1870 in Fulton County, Indiana. He was born 11 FEB 1849 in Fulton County, Indiana, and died 22 JAN 1931 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana.
17 x. Eliza Ellen Burton was born 7 MAR 1858 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 5 DEC 1933 in Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma. She married David Kocker. He was born MAR 1844 in Ohio, and died 19 JUL 1901 in Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas.




3. Benjamin Burton (Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born ABT. 1815 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Perthenia Ferguson 22 JAN 1837 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was born ABT. 1819 in Kentucky. He married Ellen C. Baker 19 OCT 1864 in Pulaski Co., KY.

Children of Benjamin Burton and Perthenia Ferguson are: 18 i. William K. Burton was born 1837 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
19 ii. Jesse G. Burton was born 1844 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
20 iii. Milford E. Burton was born 1846 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
21 iv. Katherine Burton was born 1849 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
22 v. Lucy M. Burton was born 20 FEB 1852.
23 vi. Alvin J. Burton was born 26 AUG 1854.
24 vii. Amanda Jane Burton was born 4 OCT 1856 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
25 viii. Elizabeth Burton was born 1859 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
26 ix. Mary L. Burton was born 1861 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.


Children of Benjamin Burton and Ellen C. Baker are: 27 i. Altonia Burton was born 1867 in Pulaski Co., KY.
28 ii. George M. A. Burton was born 1869 in Pulaski Co., KY.




5. Sarah Ann Burton (Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 24 FEB 1820 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 1 JUN 1911 in Havana, Montgomery County, Kansas. She was buried in Sedan, Chautaugua County, Kansas. She married James Sweeney 20 OCT 1834 in Jennings County, Indiana. He was born 7 JUL 1814, and died ABT. 1857 in Indiana. She married Lewis Herring ABT. 1862 in Iowa. He was born ABT. 1811 in South Carolina.

Children of Sarah Ann Burton and James Sweeney are: 29 i. James Swaney.
30 ii. Theodore Swaney.
31 iii. Nancy Swaney was born 1838.
32 iv. Nathaniel Swaney was born 10 AUG 1840 in Indiana, and died MAR 1863 in Missouri.
33 v. Netta Swaney was born 10 JAN 1843.
34 vi. Joseph Swaney was born 13 APR 1845.
35 vii. Synthia Baker Swaney was born 22 JAN 1847 in Pulaski County, Indiana, and died 9 JAN 1920 in Kansas.
36 viii. Mary Ellen Swaney was born 20 DEC 1854, and died 17 DEC 1932 in Havana, Kansas.
37 ix. Ira Albert Swaney was born 3 MAY 1857 in Newton, Iowa, and died 6 NOV 1931 in Havana, Kansas.


Child of Sarah Ann Burton and Lewis Herring is: 38 i. Harvey Herring was born 1863.




6. Joel H. Burton (Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 1822 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died 2 SEP 1902 in Moody, Coffey County, Kansas. He was buried in Neosha Falls, Kansas. He married Margaret Curry 4 APR 1844 in Jennings County, Indiana. She was born 1827 in Ohio, and died BET. 1860 - 1866 in Indiana?. He married Elizabeth Harness 13 MAR 1866 in Jennings County, Indiana. She was born 18 APR 1846 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and died BEF. 1880 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas. She was buried in Cedarvale Cem., Woodson County, Kansas.

Children of Joel H. Burton and Margaret Curry are: 39 i. Adaline Burton was born 1844 in Indiana. She married Unknown Maxwell.
+ 40 ii. John Oliver Burton was born 21 SEP 1846 in Spencer, Jennings County, Indiana, and died 19 JAN 1909 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana.
41 iii. Mary Burton was born 1848. She married James Robbins 1864 in Jennings County, Indiana.
+ 42 iv. Cyrus L. Burton was born 5 FEB 1849 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 14 JUN 1922 in Parson, Labette County, Kansas.
43 v. Sarah Burton was born 1854 in Indiana. She married Elias Maxwell 11 FEB 1874 in Fulton County, Indiana.
44 vi. Ospha ( or Iroga) Burton was born 1856 in Indiana.
45 vii. Amanda M. Burton was born 1859 in Indiana.


Children of Joel H. Burton and Elizabeth Harness are: 46 i. Elmer R. Burton was born 16 APR 1866 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 12 JAN 1942 in Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma. He married Lucretia E. Day 28 NOV 1899.
47 ii. Lavanda Mae Burton was born 18 FEB 1871 in LeRoy, Coffey County, Kansas, and died 13 FEB 1943 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas. She married Samuel Francis Burton 24 JAN 1890 in Yates Center, Woodson County, Kansas, son of William Burton and Mary Ann Gross. He was born 30 APR 1869 in Jennings County, Indiana.
48 iii. Nancy Catherine Burton was born 15 JUL 1875 in Kansas, and died 5 MAR 1974 in Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas. She married Jessie Orville Dolson 1896 in Coffey County, Kansas.
49 iv. Alvin Burton was born 17 FEB 1878 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas, and died 28 APR 1955 in Garnett, Anderson County, Kansas. He married Mary Alice Bucanan 14 APR 1900 in Buffalo, Wilson County, Kansas. She was born 17 FEB 1878 in Anderson County, Kansas, and died 28 APR 1955 in Garnett, Kansas.






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10. Anna Burton (David Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born OCT 1837 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 1923 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas. She married James K. Hess 13 NOV 1853 in Vernon, Jennings County, Indiana. He was born AUG 1830 in Scott County, Kentucky, and died in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.

Children of Anna Burton and James K. Hess are: 50 i. Jesse Rubin Hess was born ABT. 1856 in Jennings County, Indiana.
51 ii. Mary Jane Hess was born ABT. 1858 in Jennings County, Indiana.
52 iii. Francis L. Hess was born OCT 1859 in Jennings County, Indiana.
53 iv. Sarah E. Hess was born ABT. 1862 in Jennings County, Indiana.
54 v. Nancy A. Hess was born ABT. 1864 in Jennings County, Indiana.
55 vi. Lucinda Hess was born ABT. 1867 in Jennings County, Indiana.
56 vii. David Hess was born ABT. 1869 in Jennings County, Indiana.




11. Elizabeth Burton (David Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born SEP 1840 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 23 JUN 1912 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas. She married William Andrew Jackson Cox 12 NOV 1857 in Vernon, Jennings Co, Indiana. He was born 6 AUG 1833 in Orange County, Indiana, and died 25 JAN 1913 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.

Children of Elizabeth Burton and William Andrew Jackson Cox are: 57 i. William J. Cox was born 24 SEP 1857 in Jennings County, Indiana.
58 ii. Amanda Cox was born 22 OCT 1860 in Jennings County, Indiana.
59 iii. John H. Cox was born 15 FEB 1863 in Jennings County, Indiana.
60 iv. Caroline Cox was born 1865 in Indiana.
61 v. Mary Cox was born 6 FEB 1868 in Jennings County, Indiana.
62 vi. Lucinda Cox was born 11 MAY 1870 in Jennings County, Indiana.




12. William Burton (David Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 28 OCT 1842 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 6 OCT 1935 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas. He was buried in Cedarville Cemetery. He married Mary J. Vitteo. He married Mary Ann Gross 8 NOV 1864 in Jackson County, Arkansas. She was born 1845 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 1893 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.

Children of William Burton and Mary Ann Gross are: 63 i. John M. Burton was born SEP 1866 in Hardenberg, Indiana, and died 1950 in Woodson, Kansas. He married Blanche MAR 1900. She was born APR 1886 in Kansas.
64 ii. Samuel Francis Burton was born 30 APR 1869 in Jennings County, Indiana. He married Lavanda Mae Burton 24 JAN 1890 in Yates Center, Woodson County, Kansas, daughter of Joel H. Burton and Elizabeth Harness. She was born 18 FEB 1871 in LeRoy, Coffey County, Kansas, and died 13 FEB 1943 in Neosha Falls, Woodson County, Kansas.
65 iii. Emma Burton was born 1872 in Kansas.




13. Catherine Jane Burton (David Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 7 MAR 1845 in Spencer Township, Jennings County, Indiana, and died 21 JAN 1933 in El Dorado Springs, Cedar Co., MO. She married Lee Gross. She married Ebenezer Bunton 30 AUG 1866 in Jennings Co., IN. He was born 21 DEC 1841 in Jackson County, Arkansas, and died 5 DEC 1908 in Franklin Co., MO.

Children of Catherine Jane Burton and Ebenezer Bunton are: 66 i. Ella Bunton was born 1867 in Indiana.
67 ii. Mary Bunton was born 16 AUG 1869 in Rochester, Fulton Co., IN, and died 1889.
68 iii. Willie Bunton was born APR 1873.
69 iv. Ora Bunton was born 16 AUG 1880 in Missouri, and died 6 SEP 1925. She married Charles Wightman 4 MAR 1897. He was born 23 MAR 1874 in Waukon, Allamakee County, Iowa.
70 v. Nora Dell Bunton was born 16 AUG 1880 in Missouri, and died 11 JAN 1952. She married William Icum Reece 29 MAR 1906. He was born 3 MAR 1858 in St. ClairCounty, Missouri, and died 12 OCT 1943.




14. John Burton (David Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 21 MAR 1850 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died AFT. 1927 in Arkansas. He married Amanda J. Braman 21 SEP 1872 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana. She was born 14 NOV 1858 in Fulton County, Indiana, and died 10 JUN 1893 in Jackson County, Arkansas.

Children of John Burton and Amanda J. Braman are: 71 i. Armeda Burton was born 29 JAN 1875 in Arkansas, and died 14 JUL 1967 in Arkansas. She married Jacob Goad. He was born 28 NOV 1873 in Arkansas, and died 21 SEP 1930 in Arkansas.
72 ii. William Burton was born 21 JUN 1879 in Denmark, Jackson County, Arkansas, and died 21 DEC 1915 in Denmark, Jackson County, Arkansas. He married Hattie Belle McNeely 19 SEP 1902 in Jackson County, Arkansas. She was born 6 MAR 1887 in Missouri, and died 2 JAN 1933 in Oak Forrest, Lee County, Arkanss.
73 iii. Nellie Burton was born AUG 1883 in Kansas (Arkansas?). She married James W. Van Winkle 6 SEP 1901 in Jackson County, Arkansas. He was born ABT. 1882.
74 iv. Daisy M. Burton was born FEB 1888 in Jackson County, Arkansas. She married James L. McGrew 24 JUN 1903 in Jackson Co., AR. He was born 1880 in Arkansas.
75 v. Bertha Burton was born JUL 1892 in Jackson County, Arkansas, and died 9 JUL 1958 in Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. She married Unknown Hooper. She married Marshal Martin Green 7 JUL 1947 in Hot Springs, Arkansas.




40. John Oliver Burton (Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 21 SEP 1846 in Spencer, Jennings County, Indiana, and died 19 JAN 1909 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana. He was buried 28 JAN 1909 in Lakeview Cemetary , Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. He married Mary Jane Rank NOV 1870, daughter of Amos John Rank and Sarah H. Meek. She was born 4 JAN 1849 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana, and died 28 NOV 1895 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. She was buried in Lakeview Cemetary , Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. He married Angeline Goss 24 JUN 1901 in Fulton County, Illinois. She was born 16 APR 1848 in Indiana, and died 23 JAN 1943 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. She was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Burbank, California.

Children of John Oliver Burton and Mary Jane Rank are:+ 76 i. William Cyrus Burton was born 21 MAY 1873 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 9 FEB 1935 in Great Bend Township, Cottonwood County, Minnesota.
+ 77 ii. Omer Ellsworth Burton was born 2 AUG 1875 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 16 JUN 1944 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota.
78 iii. Amos Jay Burton was born 4 APR 1878, and died 1 FEB 1910 in Duluth, St Louis County, Minnesota.
+ 79 iv. Frank Alton Burton was born 23 APR 1879 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 31 MAR 1945 in Jamestown, North Dakota.
80 v. Sarah "Sadie" Luxton Thorntwaite was born 6 MAY 1887 in Minnesota?, and died 5 NOV 1972 in San Diego, California. She married Oliver Bordwell 1916. He was born 3 JUL 1891 in Jackson County, Minnesota, and died 30 AUG 1971 in San Diego, California.




42. Cyrus L. Burton (Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 5 FEB 1849 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died 14 JUN 1922 in Parson, Labette County, Kansas. He married Julia Ann Faler 20 AUG 1874 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana. She was born NOV 1849 in Ohio.

Children of Cyrus L. Burton and Julia Ann Faler are: 81 i. Stella M. Burton was born MAR 1878 in Indiana.
82 ii. Paula E. Burton was born FEB 1880 in Indiana.
83 iii. Oscar J. Burton was born NOV 1883 in February.
84 iv. George A. Burton was born AUG 1885 in Indiana.
85 v. Walter S. Burton was born MAR 1890 in Kansas.






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76. William Cyrus Burton (John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 21 MAY 1873 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 9 FEB 1935 in Great Bend Township, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. He was buried 12 FEB 1935 in Lakeview Cemetery, Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. He married Grace Mary Fish 9 AUG 1899 in Duluth, Minnesota, daughter of Francis Adolph Fish and Elizabeth Frances McMahon. She was born 2 MAY 1874 in Montague, Muskegon County, Michigan, and died 9 JUN 1946 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. She was buried 11 JUN 1946 in Lakeview Cemetery, Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota.

Children of William Cyrus Burton and Grace Mary Fish are: 86 i. John Oliver Burton was born 9 NOV 1905 in Duluth, St Louis County, Minnesota, and died 22 JUN 1980 in Worthington, Minnesota. He married Merna C. Hanley 5 JUN 1941. She was born 12 AUG 1909, and died 14 AUG 1971. He married Evelyn Silliman Malone 7 JUN 1975 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. She was born 25 DEC 1905, and died FEB 1981.
+ 87 ii. Francis Fish Burton was born 18 MAR 1907 in Duluth, Minnesota, and died 26 DEC 1969 in Windom, Minnesota.
88 iii. William Cyrus Burton was born 13 JUN 1910 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, and died 31 AUG 1963 in Wilder, Jackson County, Minnesota.
89 iv. Grace Anna Burton was born 27 JAN 1914 in Duluth or Windom, Minnesota, and died DEC 1986 in Minnesota. She married Herbert R Purrington 1935. He was born 13 JUN 1912, and died NOV 1995 in Minnesota.




77. Omer Ellsworth Burton (John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 2 AUG 1875 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 16 JUN 1944 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. He was buried 21 JUN 1945 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. He married Katherine Loretta Denis 27 APR 1904 in Maumee, Lucas County, Ohio. She was born 16 SEP 1882 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, and died 21 NOV 1945 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. She was buried 26 NOV 1945 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota.

Children of Omer Ellsworth Burton and Katherine Loretta Denis are: 90 i. Lester Omar Burton was born 5 JAN 1906 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, and died ABT. 1985.
+ 91 ii. Charles Denis Burton was born 6 JAN 1908 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, and died 8 NOV 1979 in Brainerd, Crow Wing, Minnesota.
92 iii. Amos Jay Burton was born 15 APR 1910 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, and died 7 SEP 1977 in Seattle, King County, Washington. He married Elma Aurora Jaskari 15 JUL 1936 in Wadena, Ottertail County, Minnesota. She was born 25 FEB 1911 in New York Mills, Ottertail, Minnesota, and died DEC 1988 in Seattle, King County, Washington.
93 iv. Loretta Jane Burton was born 31 DEC 1912 in Carlton, Carlton County, Minnesota, and died 30 JAN 1992 in Florida?. She married Reginald Charles Innes 22 AUG 1936 in Iowa. He was born 27 MAR 1911 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and died JAN 1982 in Florida?.
94 v. Minor Robert Burton was born 20 FEB 1922 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, and died 4 AUG 2000 in Brainerd,Crow Wing County, Minnesota. He married Lois Anderson 19 JUN 1948. She was born 1922, and died 1957.




79. Frank Alton Burton (John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 23 APR 1879 in Windom, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, and died 31 MAR 1945 in Jamestown, North Dakota. He married Louella E. Avery 11 JUL 1900. She was born 6 MAR 1880 in Wisconsin, and died 27 OCT 1955 in Jamestown, North Dakota.

Children of Frank Alton Burton and Louella E. Avery are: 95 i. Frank Alton Burton was born 14 MAY 1902, and died FEB 1971. He married Edna Harveson 1931. She was born ABT. 1902.
+ 96 ii. Jay Ellsworth (Babe) Burton was born 7 NOV 1904 in Minnesota, and died 4 MAY 1981 in San Mateo, California.






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87. Francis Fish Burton (William Cyrus Burton9, John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 18 MAR 1907 in Duluth, Minnesota, and died 26 DEC 1969 in Windom, Minnesota. He was buried in Resthaven Memory Gardens, Windom, Minnesota. He married Alice Lillian Tordsen 29 APR 1933 in Fairmont, Minnesota, daughter of Peter Friedrich Tordsen and Anna Dibbern Lamp. She was born 20 OCT 1912 in Lakefield, Jackson County, Minnesota, and died 4 JUN 1986 in Warrenton, Virginia. She was buried in Resthaven Memory Gardens, Windom, Minnesota.

Child of Francis Fish Burton and Alice Lillian Tordsen is: 97 i. Virginia Catherine Burton was born 23 DEC 1934 in Windom, Minnesota, and died 28 AUG 1995 in State of Virginia. She married Dean C. Tollefson 29 MAR 1953. He was born 7 JUN 1932 in Minnesota, and died 27 JUN 1968 in Great Bend Township, Cottonwood County, Minnesota.




91. Charles Denis Burton (Omer Ellsworth Burton9, John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 6 JAN 1908 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, and died 8 NOV 1979 in Brainerd, Crow Wing, Minnesota. He was buried 10 NOV 1979 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. He married Alice Beatrice Sheflo 3 FEB 1939 in Minneapolis, Hennipen County, Minnesota. She was born 28 FEB 1907 in Brainerd, Crow Wing, Minnesota, and died 20 JUN 2000 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota. She was buried 23 JUN 2000 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota.

Child of Charles Denis Burton and Alice Beatrice Sheflo is: 98 i. Baby Burton was born 25 DEC 1941 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, and died 25 DEC 1941 in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota.




96. Jay Ellsworth (Babe) Burton (Frank Alton Burton9, John Oliver Burton8, Joel H. Burton7, Benjamin Burton6, James Burton5, James Burton4, John Burton3, Thomas Burton2, Thomas Burton1) was born 7 NOV 1904 in Minnesota, and died 4 MAY 1981 in San Mateo, California. He married Ione Hayden 1930. She was born ABT. 1904, and died BET. 1976 - 1986.

Child of Jay Ellsworth (Babe) Burton and Ione Hayden is: 99 i. Jay Hayden Burton was born 19 FEB 1932 in North Dakota, and died 12 AUG 1990 in San Mateo, California.





More About Benjamin Burton:
Occupation: Chain carrier

More About Benjamin Burton and Anna Baker:
Marriage: November 23, 1812, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

vi. James Paign Burton, born Abt. 1777 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Aft. 1810 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Caty Baker May 19, 1805 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1777; died Aft. 1810 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About James Burton and Caty Baker:
Marriage: May 19, 1805, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

vii. George S Burton, born Abt. 1780 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Aft. 1841; married (1) Ibby Lewis March 22, 1803 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1780; died Aft. 1826 in Pulaski Co Ky; married (2) Nancy Bohannon October 08, 1835 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1780; died Aft. 1835.

More About George S Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1780

More About George Burton and Ibby Lewis:
Marriage: March 22, 1803, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage license: Bk 1 pge 21
Minister: Thomas Hill
Witnesses: John Burton Bartholomew Burton & Thomas Muse

viii. Anne Burton, born Abt. 1781 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Aft. 1803; married Jeremiah Jackson May 21, 1803 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1781; died Aft. 1803.

More About Jeremiah Jackson and Anne Burton:
Marriage: May 21, 1803, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

ix. Robert Sr Burton, born Abt. 1783 in Va; died June 1831 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Mary Magdelena Tarter July 06, 1813 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1783; died Aft. 1813.

More About Robert Burton and Mary Tarter:
Marriage: July 06, 1813, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Minister: John Chesney


66. Arthur Kissee537,538,539, born Abt. 1738 in King George Co Va540,541,542; died January 15, 1789 in Pittsyvania Co Va543,544,545. He was the son of 132. Richard Keesee and 133. Ann Fisk. He married 67. Tabitha Stovall Abt. 1760 in Va.
67. Tabitha Stovall546,547,548, born Abt. 1743 in Va549,550,551; died Aft. 1790 in Pittsylvania Co Va552,553,554. She was the daughter of 130. Thomas Stovall and 131. Elizabeth Betty Owen.

More About Arthur Kissee and Tabitha Stovall:
Marriage: Abt. 1760, Va

Children of Arthur Kissee and Tabitha Stovall are:
i. John Kissee555,556,557, born Abt. 1770558,559,560; died Aft. 1788561,562,563; married Betty Betsy Parsons Abt. 1788 in Campbell Co Va; born Abt. 1770564,565,566; died Aft. 1788567,568,569.

More About John Kissee and Betty Parsons:
Marriage: Abt. 1788, Campbell Co Va

ii. Jeremiah Kissee570,571,572, born Abt. 1774573,574,575; died Aft. 1774576,577,578
iii. Jesse Stovall Kissee579,580,581, born Abt. 1775 in Va582,583,584; died Aft. 1823 in Pulaski Co Ky585,586,587; married Elizabeth Huffman February 18, 1823 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky; born Abt. 1775588,589,590; died Aft. 1823591,592,593.

More About Jesse Kissee and Elizabeth Huffman:
Marriage: February 18, 1823, Pulaski Co. Kentucky

iv. George Kissee594,595,596, born Abt. 1776 in Pittsylvania Co Va597,598,599; died Aft. 1776600,601,602
33 v. Elizabeth Betty Kissee, born Abt. 1763 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died Abt. 1827 in Pulaski Co Ky; married William Burton Abt. 1780 in Pittsyvania Co Va.
vi. Benjamin Kissee, born Abt. 1784 in Pittsylvania Co Va; died October 1853 in Greenup Co ky; married Pamelia Milly Arthur; born Abt. 1784; died Aft. 1800.
vii. Phoebe Kissee603,604,605, born Abt. 1788 in Bedford Co Va606,607,608; died Abt. 1871 in Pulaski Co Ky.

More About Phoebe Kissee:
Date born 2: Abt. 1788
Died 2: Unknown609,610


68. Moses Baker611, born 1708 in NC; died 1786 in Edgemont NC. He was the son of 136. Moses Baker and 137. Elizabeth Brown. He married 69. Sarah Chapple 1731 in <, Bertie, North Carolina>611.
69. Sarah Chapple, born 1708; died Aft. 1786 in NC.

Notes for Moses Baker:
!MILITARY:He and his son Moses Jr served in the Militia
between 1750 and 1757. !He and his wife were charter
members of the Toisnot Primitive Baptist Church when it was
organized in 1756. Later in 1777 the Protestant Anabaptist
Church was formed on Town Creek and he was a member and
trustee. !DEATH:Will filed Dec 1781 and recorded 1786 in
Edgecomb Co., N.C. Moses Baker and his wife were among the
fourteen charter members of the Toisnot Primitive Baptist
Church, which was organizedin 1756 under the leadership of
Elder John Thomas. Moses was a Trustee of the church.
Moses Baker left the following Will in Edgecombe County,
North Carolina:

More About Moses Baker:
Date born 2: 1708, , , Virginia611
Died 2: 1786, , Edgecombe, North Carolina611
Ancestral File Number: 780611
Baptism (LDS): Submitted611
Endowment (LDS): Submitted611
Sealed to parents (LDS): Submitted611

More About Sarah Chapple:
Name 2: Sarah Chappel611
Date born 2: Abt. 1708, <, , Virginia>611
Died 2: Aft. October 1786611
Ancestral File Number: 781611
Baptism (LDS): Submitted611
Endowment (LDS): Submitted611

More About Moses Baker and Sarah Chapple:
Marriage: 1731, <, Bertie, North Carolina>611
Sealed to spouse (LDS): Submitted611

Children of Moses Baker and Sarah Chapple are:
i. Thomas Baker611, born 1736 in Bertie, North Carolina>611; died Aft. 1736611
ii. Michael Baker611, born 1732 in Bertie, North Carolina; died 1776 in Surry, North Carolina; married Ann Abt. 1750 in <Kentucky>611; born 1732 in Bertie, North Carolina; died Bef. 1794 in Fayette, KY.

Notes for Michael Baker:
DEATH:Will filed 21 Sep 1776 and recorded August 1777
lists the executors as: my brother Moses Baker, my son
Moses Baker, and my son James Baker. !After his death and
sometime before 1787 his widow Ann Baker and her children
moved to FayetteCo., Kentucky.
. Michael BAKER (Moses BAKER3, Moses BAKER2, Moses BAKER1) was born 1732 in , Bertie, North Carolina, and died 1776 in , Surry, North Carolina. He married Ann Abt 1750. She was born Abt 1730, and died Bef Oct 1794 in , , Fayette, KY. He married ANN <1756> in . She was born <1733> in <, Bertie, North Carolina>.

Children of Michael BAKER and Ann are: 2 i. Moses BAKER was born 1752 in , , Edgecomb, NC, and died 1844 in , Montgomery, Kentucky. He married Sarah Jane MURPHY, daughter of Joseph MURPHY. She died 1815-1825. He married Sally FOSTER.
3 ii. James BAKER was born 1754 in , , Edgecomb, NC, and died 1838 in , Gallatin, Kentucky. He married Pharby MURPHY, daughter of Joseph MURPHY.
4 iii. David BAKER was born 1757 in , , Edgecomb, NC, and died 14 Jul 1842 in , Fayette, Kentucky. He married Ann GENTRY.
5 iv. Elizabeth BAKER was born 1759 in , , Edgecomb, NC. She married Samuel JONES <1782> in <, , Edgecomb, NC>. He was born <1754> in <, , Edgecomb, NC>.
+ 6 v. Margaret (Peggy) BAKER was born 1757-1761 in , Edgecombe, North Carolina, and died Abt 1830 in , Harrison, Kentucky.
7 vi. John BAKER was born 1763 in , , Edgecomb, NC, and died Bef 18 Nov 1842 in , Shelby, Indiana. He married Athalia (Haley) WINSCOTT 13 Dec 1785. She was born 16 Oct 1772 in , , North Carolina.
8 vii. Peleg BAKER was born 1766 in , , Surry, NC, and died 1822 in , Jennings, Indiana. He married Nancy HUDSON <1793> in <, , Surry, NC>. She was born <1769> in <, , Surry, NC>.
9 viii. Joseph BAKER was born 1768 in , , Surry, NC.
10 ix. Jonathan BAKER was born 1770 in , , Surry, NC, and died 1842 in , Warren, Kentucky. He married Sally QUISENBERRY.
11 x. Joshua BAKER was born 1772 in , , Surry, NC.



[peleg baker.ged]

!DEATH:Will filed 21 Sep 1776 and recorded August 1777
lists the executors as: my brother Moses Baker, my son
Moses Baker, and my son James Baker. !After his death and
sometime before 1787 his widow Ann Baker and her children
moved to FayetteCo., Kentucky.DEATH:Will filed 21 Sep 1776 and recorded August 1777
lists the executors as: my brother Moses Baker, my son
Moses Baker, and my son James Baker. !After his death and
sometime before 1787 his widow Ann Baker and her children
moved to FayetteCo., Kentucky

More About Michael Baker:
Date born 2: 1732, , Bertie, North Carolina611
Date born 3: 1747, Bertie County, North Carolina
Died 2: Aft. 1767, Surrey Co NC
Died 3: 1776, , Surry, North Carolina611
Ancestral File Number: 390611
Baptism (LDS): Submitted611
Endowment (LDS): Submitted611
Sealed to parents (LDS): Submitted611

More About Ann:
Date born 2: Abt. 1732611
Date born 3: 1732
Date born 4: 1732, <, Bertie, North Carolina>611
Died 2: 611
Died 3: Aft. 1767, Fayette Co KY
Died 4: Bef. October 1794, , , Fayette, KY611
Ancestral File Number: 391611
Baptism (LDS): Submitted611
Endowment (LDS): Submitted611

More About Michael Baker and Ann:
Marriage 1: Abt. 1750, <Kentucky>611
Marriage 2: Abt. 1750
Sealed to spouse (LDS): Submitted611

34 iii. Moses Baker, born Abt. 1745; died Aft. 1765.


104. James Eastham, Sr., born 1739 in Madison Co Va; died 1815 in Pulaski Co ky. He was the son of 208. George Edward Eastham and 209. Mary Bird. He married 105. Sarah Zachary 1780 in Culpepper Co Va.
105. Sarah Zachary, born 1760 in Madison Co Ky; died 1835 in Pulaski Co ky. She was the daughter of 210. John Zachary and 211. Ann Taylor.

Notes for James Eastham, Sr.:
His will was probated 2/26/1816. The executors were James Eastham and his
wife. Witnesses were Wm. Zachary, & Micaja Faris.


James EASTHAM 1732 Spotsylvania Co., VA - 1815-16 Pulaski Co., KY
+ Sarah ZACHARY 1743? Madison Co., VA - 1835 Pulaski Co., KY
1.) John Foster 1782 Culpeper Co., VA - 1870 Pulaski Co., KY
+ Mary "Polly" DENHAM 1784 Rowan Co., NC - 1860 Pulaski Co., KY
2.) James 1784 Culpeper Co., VA - 1860-70 Pulaski Co., KY
+ 1st Jenny CHURCHWELL b.1785-94 - d.1810-1815
+ 2nd Sally HICKMAN b.1776-94 - d.1828-29
+ 3rd Malinda HINTON DENHAM 1803-04 Pulaski Co., KY - Aft. 1870
3.) William 1786 Culpeper Co., VA
+ Margaret CRAWFORD
4.) Edward 1788 Culpeper Co., VA
+ Sarah STEWART?
5.) Sally 1790 Culpeper Co., VA
+ James COX
6.) Nancy 1792 Culpeper Co., VA
+ James LLOYD
7.) Zachary 1794 Culpeper Co., VA - 1812-14 Canada (War of 1812)



Notes for Sarah Zachary:
It seems that for her first child to be born when she was 42 years old that
her birth date given her by William Surber Wilson seems a little early. I
would guess that she was born in 1760 instead. The IGI records list Sarah
Zachary as marrying twice. Perhaps the Eastham marriage was her second
marriage or there are two Sarah Zacharys in Virginia then. The IGI records
her birthdate as the same 1740.




More About James Eastham and Sarah Zachary:
Marriage: 1780, Culpepper Co Va

Children of James Eastham and Sarah Zachary are:
52 i. John Foster Eastham, Sr, born 1782 in Culpepper Co Va; died 1874 in Pulaski Co ky; married Mary Polly Denham October 06, 1801.
ii. Edward Eastham, born 1784; died Aft. 1800; married Sarah Steward; born 1786; died Aft. 1800.
iii. William Eastham, born 1786; died Aft. 1800; married Margaret Crawford; born 1786; died Aft. 1800.


106. William Sr Denham612,613, born 1745 in Virginia, USA614,615; died December 1819 in Fishing Creek, Pulaski Co, KY, USA616,617. He was the son of 212. James Denham and 213. Abigal Mason. He married 107. Sarah Turner Bet. 1769 - 1770 in Virginia, USA618.
107. Sarah Turner618,619, born 1748; died Bet. 1785 - 1787620,621.

More About William Sr Denham:
Name 2: William Denham, Sr
Date born 2: Abt. 1764
Died 2: Aft. 1784

More About Sarah Turner:
Date born 2: Abt. 1764
Died 2: Aft. 1784

More About William Denham and Sarah Turner:
Marriage: Bet. 1769 - 1770, Virginia, USA622

Children of William Denham and Sarah Turner are:
i. John H Denham622,623, born May 06, 1771 in Virginia, USA624,625; died December 29, 1842 in Big Hill Road, Madison Co KY, USA626,627; married Ellenore Freeman July 04, 1792 in , Madison, KY, USA628; born 1771 in Roran Co NC; died 1845 in Garrard Co Ky.

Notes for Ellenore Freeman:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Nelly/

More About John Denham and Ellenore Freeman:
Marriage: July 04, 1792, , Madison, KY, USA628

ii. Obadiah Denham628,629, born 1773 in , Rowan, NC, USA630,631; died April 16, 1861 in Rock Lick Creek, Pulaski Co, KY, USA632,633; married Rebecca Barnes December 12, 1795 in , Madison, KY, USA634; born 1773; died Aft. 1823.

Notes for Obadiah Denham:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Obed/[denham2.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Obed/

More About Obadiah Denham and Rebecca Barnes:
Marriage: December 12, 1795, , Madison, KY, USA634

iii. Paulina Denham634,635, born 1775 in , Rowan, NC, USA636,637; died 1849 in , Russell, KY, USA638,639; married John Mcwhorter December 07, 1795 in , Madison, KY, USA640; born 1775; died Aft. 1821.

Notes for Paulina Denham:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Polly/[denham2.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Polly/

More About John Mcwhorter and Paulina Denham:
Marriage: December 07, 1795, , Madison, KY, USA640

iv. Sarah Denham640,641, born 1778 in , Rowan, NC, USA642,643; died April 16, 1831 in Bethel, Clermont, OH, USA644,645; married John Denham December 31, 1798 in , Madison, KY, USA646; born Bet. 1776 - 1782 in , Essex, NJ, USA646; died Aft. 1837 in , Jefferson, MO, USA646.

More About John Denham and Sarah Denham:
Marriage: December 31, 1798, , Madison, KY, USA646

v. Margaret Ann Denham646,647, born 1779 in , Rowan, NC, USA648,649; died January 19, 1850 in Bethel, Clermont, OH, USA650,651; married William Hill April 21, 1802 in , Pulaski, KY, USA652; born 1779; died Aft. 1818.

Notes for Margaret Ann Denham:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Peggy/[denham2.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Peggy/

More About William Hill and Margaret Denham:
Marriage: April 21, 1802, , Pulaski, KY, USA652

vi. Eliza Jane Denham652,653, born 1780 in , Rowan, NC, USA654,655; died Abt. 1865 in Illinois, USA656,657; married Willis J Embry August 28, 1798 in , Madison, KY, USA658; born 1780; died Aft. 1819.

More About Willis Embry and Eliza Denham:
Marriage: August 28, 1798, , Madison, KY, USA658

vii. William Jr Denham658,659, born 1781 in , Rowan, NC, USA660,661; died 1826 in , Adair, KY, USA662,663; married Nancy Simpson March 29, 1798 in , Rowan, NC, USA664; born 1781; died Aft. 1817.

More About William Denham and Nancy Simpson:
Marriage: March 29, 1798, , Rowan, NC, USA664

viii. James Denham664,665, born 1782 in , Rowan, NC, USA666,667; died 1835 in Petersburg, Lancaster, PA, USA668,669; married Elizabeth Denham May 26, 1803 in , Clermont, OH, USA670; born Bet. 1774 - 1785 in , Essex, NJ, USA670; died Abt. 1832 in Petersburg, Lancaster, PA, USA670.

More About James Denham and Elizabeth Denham:
Marriage: May 26, 1803, , Clermont, OH, USA670

ix. Jurusha Denham670,671, born June 27, 1785 in , Rowan, NC, USA672,673; died March 25, 1861 in Bethel, Clermont, OH, USA674,675; married Elder Aaron Sargent May 09, 1805 in , Pulaski, KY, USA676; born 1785; died Aft. 1825.

More About Elder Sargent and Jurusha Denham:
Marriage: May 09, 1805, , Pulaski, KY, USA676

53 x. Mary Polly Denham, born 1784 in Rowen Co Nc; died 1862 in Pulaski Co ky; married John Foster Eastham, Sr October 06, 1801.


108. William J P Colyer, born Abt. 1754 in Va; died Abt. 1819 in Tennessee. He was the son of 216. Jr. John Colyer and 217. Elizabeth Meredith. He married 109. Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair August 30, 1777 in Henry County, Virginia677,678,679.
109. Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair680, born Abt. 1758681,682,683; died Aft. 1790 in Tenneessee. She was the daughter of 218. Charles Sinclair and 219. Ann.

Notes for William J P Colyer:
Death: in Jonesboro, Washington Co., Tn.
PROP: 1790 owned lead mines Bumpas Cove on Nolichucky. Said to have provided lead for bullets in rev. war battle king's mountain
PROP: Per Dessie Simmons Johnson City TN in book North Carolina Land Grants in TN 1778-1791 by Goldien Burgner pub Southern Historical; 1788 page 78- 130 Acres on Nolichucky to William Colliar; pg 33 gran
PROP: 1795 deposition of April session of court cites deposition of Alexander St. Clair that say bond in Wm Colyar possession against Dr. Sewthold and Mathew General Seveir etc for lands including mines bought
Occupation: 1821 Justice of the Peace, Washington Co., TN
Note:
Living in Montgomery Co., Va. in the neighborhood of Roanoke, married Agnes St. Clair and several sons, among them John Colyer. Some of these sons of William Colyer were killed by Indians on the frontier of Virginia and in Kentucky. For a letter from Dr. Welby Colyer (son of St. Clair Colyer) of Garrett, Ill, 1937, who died in 1940; Delia Colyer Powers, his sister said that Dr. Welby Colyer had two daughters. A letter from Dr. Welby Colyer was found in a library in Salisbury, N.C. said that a Mrs. Bales in Pennington Gap, Va, said that William Colyer married a St. Clair woman and said that it was on file in Abbington...Stella Colyer said that she checked and was told that the records don't go back that far. Mrs. Bales said that when Charles Colyer died, that a Mrs. William Colyer was one heir. she also said that St. Clair lived in St. Clair's Bottoms, near Powell Valley, Va. William Collyer owned land in Washington Co., Tn. (Deeds, Vol 17, pg. 210, Oct. 18, 1821)
John Colyer of Pulaski Co., Ky. to Alexander Colyer of Washington Co., Tn. ....all my share in the estate of William Colyer, deed, my father, to the three tracts of land in Washington Co., Tn. on the south side of the Nolachucky river...this must have been John's brother who stayed in Tennessee. Vol. 19, pg. 38, Washington Co., Tn. Deeds, April 9, 1827...John Calvert and his wife Dorcas, (formerly Dorcas Colyer of Copper Co., Mo. conveyed land from the estate of her father, William Colyer, Sr. late of Washington Co., Tn. Early tax records show a William Colyer was living on the Nolachucky river in 1790, owned land and was paying a pole, so he was under 50. All free white men at that time between 21 and 50 had to pay a white poll. It lists taxable years as 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1797, 1798, 1799 and 1801. (Richard Curtis Website states William owned a lead mine near the Nolichucky River, in Washington Co., Tn. and that he owned 550 acres spanning both sides of the River.)

He was Justice of the Peace in Washington Co., Tn. in 1821.


PAGE Early tax records show a William Colyer was living on the Nolachucky
River in 1790, owned land and was paying a poll tax, so he was under
50.


PAGE List of Taxables for years 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1797, 1798, 1799,
and 1801 list William Colyer on the Nolachucky River in Washington
County, Tennessee

A Buford Coliar is shown in the 1810 Pulaski County Census with 1 male
under 10, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 16-26.

Was a Justice of the Peace in Washington County, Tennessee in 1821
THE A.E. HART BOOK THE "RICHARD CALLOWAY FAMILY" IN SPEAKING OF JOHNCOLLIER OF 1742 WHO WAS MARRIED TO GRIZZELDA TAYLOR, SAID THAT JOHN OF1742'S FATHER WAS A JOHN COLLIER A PROSPEROUS PLANTER. THAT WOULD HAVEBEEN JOHN COLLIER OF 1707. IT SAYS THAT JOHN OF 1707 HAD MANY SONS ANDDAUGHTERS, ONE OF WHICH WAS A WILLIAM (THIS WOULD BE WILLIAM OF 1754)MOVED TO TENNESSEE AND WAS LOST TO ALL KNOWLEDGE OF THE KINDRED. THISIS THE ONLY INDICATION OF WHO WAS WILLIAM OF 1754'S FATHER I HAVE FOUND.HOWEVER IT IS BORN OUT BY THE SEVERAL INDICATORS. FIRST THEQUESTION OF WHY WOULD JOHN OF 1707'S WILL NOT INCLUDE THIS CHILDWILLIAM IF HE WAS IN FACT A CHILD. THE REASON WAS THAT JOHN OF 1707'SWILL WAS DRAWN IN 1746 BEFORE WILLIAM OF 1754 WAS BORN, AS WAS THECASE OF ANOTHER DOCUMENTED CHILD OF JOHN OF 1707---MARY....WHO THEVIRGINIA COUSINS BOOK SAYS WAS BORN IN 1756. NOTE THAT THIS JOHN OF 1707DIED IN 1759. IF IN FACT WILLIAM COLYAR'S FATHER WAS JOHN COLLIER OF1707, IT MAKES SINCE THAT WILLIAM MAY HAVE LEFT AND GONE TO TENNESSEELOSING ALL CONTACT WITH HIS VIRGINIA COLLIER RELATIVES, FOR HE WOULD HAVEBEEN BUT 5 YEARS OLD WHEN HIS FATHER DIED AND BUT 10 WHEN HIS MOTHERDIED.

WILLIAM COLYER from Dean Hunter Lexington Ky gedcom:


WILLIAM COLYER of Greenbriar County, Virginia was living
in Montgomery County, Virginia in the neighborhood of Roanoke,
married a woman named St.Clair and had several sons, among
them JOHN COLYER. Some of these sons of William Colyer were
killed by Indians on the frontier of Virginia and in Kentucky. From aletter from Dr. Welby Colyer (a son of St.Clair Colyer) of Garrett, Ill.,1937, who died in 1940; Delia Colyer Powers, his sister, said that Dr.Welby Colyer had two daughters. A letter from Dr. Dr. Welby Colyer wasfound in a library in Salisbury, N. C. said that a Mrs. Bales inPennington Gap, Virginia, said that William Colyer married a St.Clairwoman and said that it was on file in Abbington. . . Stella Colyer saidthat she checked and was told that the records don't go back that far.Mrs. Bales said that when CHARLES COLYER died, that a Mrs. William Colyerwas one heir. She also said that St. Clair lived in St.Clair's Bottoms,near Powell Valley, Virginia. WILLIAM COLYER owned land in WashingtonCounty, Tennessee. (Washington County, Tenn., Deeds, Vol. 17, pg. 210,Oct. 18, 1821) JOHN COLYER of Pulaski County, Kentucky to AlexanderColyer of Washington County, Tenn., . ..a11 of my share in the estate ofWILLIAM COLYER, deed., my father, to the three tracts of land inWashington County, Tennessee,on the south side of the Nolachucky River.-- This must have been JOHN'S brother, who stayed in Tennessee. Vol. 19,pg. 38, Washington Co., Deeds, April 9, 1827, . ..John Calvert and hiswife Dorcas, (formerly Dorcas Colyer of Copper County, Missouri, conveyland from the estate of her father WILLIAM COLYER, Sr. . I late ofWashington
County, Tenn. JOHN, Alexander, William and Dorcas are children of WilliamColyer. Stella Colyer



email from Clark Sinclair at University of Texas at Austinsinclair@@tenet.edu dated 7/22/1998 refers to a deed book 2 page 506 entrywherein Agnes St. Clair sells her inherited share of St. Clair Bottom.This may be Washington Co. TN or Augusta Co. VA deed book
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Re: Military record: Ms. Janis Ragar indicated that she had info thatWilliam was a private in the 6th Virginia Regiment under Capt. SamuelHopkins. Per Richard Curtis search of 6th Virginia Regiment microfilmservice records from National Archives copy in TN state library andarchives, no William Collier/Colyer/Colyar appears 8/15/98.


In Revolutionary War Records of Mecklenburg County Virginia by KatherineB. Elliott published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., page 43 refersto a William Collier b 1753 Enlisted in Meck. Co. for 2 years under Capt.Samuel Hopkins. Re-inlisted for three years in Company of Horse underCol. Thomas Bland. Pen. S-39334.
White's Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files Vol I page 713 shows aWilliam Collier, S39334, VA Line, appl 20 Jul 1818 Mecklenburg Cty VAaged 58 & had lived there at enl.
I looked at copy of this pension extract in TN state library andarchives 8/15/98 and noted that his man was crippled from war and had nofamily. Says he testified he was 61 6/19/1820 and after serving withHopkins re-enlisted with company of horse in regiment of Col. ThomasBland for 3 years. Says he is rough carpenter, without family andincapable of supporting himself from age and effects of wound receivedthrough his knee during war. Was placed on pension roll 7/20/1818 Cert #12731 was issued 7/22/1819.



Property: Per Dessie Simmons Johnson city TN from book North Carolinaland grants in TN 1778-1791 by Goldien Burgner pub. Southern Historical:
page 78 : 1788 grant of 130 acres North side of Nolichucky RiverWashington co. TN


page 33 grant # 882: 1789 200 acres on Bumpus creek on southside ofNolichucky. 200 acres both sides of Nolichucky river


page 34: 1790 150 acres in Bumpus cove/creek.


page 137 grant 462 to a William Collier in 1782 640 acres on southside of Red River in what is now Davidson County TN?? this one notverified as connected to William Colyer of Washington Co. TN


Per Dessie Simmons 8/8/98; many people who got these grants served in theRevolution but none of the North Carolina grants were for war service asin other states. She said that North Carolina grants were all paid forat the rate of about 50 schillinngs per 100 acres. She said that evenJohn Sevier had to pay for his land. This is confirmed by deeds I havecopies of supporting the land grants above that show that William Colyarpaid for the land in these grants.



More About William J P Colyer:
Name 2: William Colyer684,685,686,687
Date born 2: Abt. 1754, possibly Fauquier County, Virginia688,689,690
Died 2: 1819, Washington County, Tennessee691,692

Notes for Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair:
Sister of Arthur St. Clair - General & Governor of the Northwest Territory

. William COLYER , Sr. (John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1754 in Fauquier Co., Va., and died ABT. 1819 in Jonesboro, Washington Co., Tn.. He married Agnes Ann(Nancy) ST. CLAIR 30 AUG 1777 in Might be on record in Abbington, VA, daughter of Charles ST. CLAIR and ANN. She was born ABT. 1758 in Scotland or Orange County, NC, and died AFT. 1790 in Tennessee.

Children of William COLYER , Sr. and Agnes Ann(Nancy) ST. CLAIR are:+ 2 i. Leonard COLYER.
+ 3 ii. William COLYER , Jr. was born 24 FEB 1780 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 17 APR 1850.
+ 4 iii. John Wesley COLYER I was born 20 AUG 1791 in probably Washington County, Tennessee, and died 18 AUG 1851 in Ruth, Pulaski Co., Ky., typhoid fever.
5 iv. Nancy COLYER was born 1782. She married Joseph WILLIAMS 16 FEB 1812.
+ 6 v. Ursula COLYER was born ABT. 1785 in Washington County, Tennessee, and died ABT. 1843 in Cooper County, Missouri.
+ 7 vi. Dorcas COLYER was born 20 MAR 1785 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 1 JUN 1843 in Cooper Co., Mo..
8 vii. Arthur St. Clair COLYER was born 1789 in Washington Co., Tn, and died ABT. 1818.
+ 9 viii. Alexander COLYER was born 1790 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 1856 in Franklin Co., Tn..






More About Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair:
Name 2: Anges Ann Nancy Sinclair St Clair
Date born 2: Abt. 1760, Va
Died 2: Aft. 1781, Tennessee

Marriage Notes for William Colyer and Agnes Sinclair:
[Archfam[2].FTW]

A Buford Coliar is shown in the 1810 Pulaski County Census with 1 male under 10, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 16-26.


More About William Colyer and Agnes Sinclair:
Marriage: August 30, 1777, Henry County, Virginia693,694,695

Children of William Colyer and Agnes Sinclair are:
i. Arthur St. Clair Colyer696, born Abt. 1780 in probably Washington County, Tennessee697,698; died Aft. 1780.
ii. Jr. William Jr Colyer698, born February 24, 1780 in Washington Co., Tn699,700; died Aft. 1807; married (1) Martha Taylor; born 1784; died Bef. 1807; married (2) Martha Adams October 27, 1807 in Lincoln Co Ky; born 1790; died Aft. 1807.

Notes for Jr. William Jr Colyer:
William COLYER , Jr. (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 24 FEB 1780 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 17 APR 1850. He married Martha TAYLOR, daughter of James TAYLOR and Eleanor SMITH. She was born 1784. He married Martha ADAMS 27 OCT 1807 in Lincoln Co., Ky..

Children of William COLYER , Jr. and Martha ADAMS are: 18 i. Minerva COLYER was born 20 JAN 1809. She married S. B. NUNNELLY , Dr.. She married S. B. NUNNALLY. He was born 19 MAY 1889 in 0, and died in 0.
19 ii. John COLYER was born 17 MAR 1811.
20 iii. Abraham McNeis COLYER was born 13 JUN 1812.
21 iv. William George Washington COLYER was born 22 FEB 1814. He married Alice Washington TALLIAFERO 15 OCT 1851. She was born 1827.
22 v. Josephus P. COLYER was born 19 FEB 1816, and died 16 JAN 1824.
23 vi. George H.P. COLYER was born 16 APR 1816, and died 16 NOV 1816.
24 vii. Napoleon Bonaparte COLYER was born 12 AUG 1817.
25 viii. Patsey Augusta Emily COLYER was born 22 JUL 1821.
26 ix. Cassander Perrin COLYER was born 18 SEP 1823.




iii. Dorcas Colyer700, born March 20, 1785 in Washington County, Tennessee701,702; died June 01, 1843 in Cooper County, Missouri703,704; married (1) James Mahon; born 1785; died Aft. 1805; married (2) John Calvert October 14, 1802; born October 19, 1781 in Va705,706; died September 13, 1839 in Cooper Co., Mo707,708.

Notes for Dorcas Colyer:
Dorcas COLYER (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 20 MAR 1785 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 1 JUN 1843 in Cooper Co., Mo.. She married James MAHON. He died 1771. She married John CALVERT 14 OCT 1802, son of William CALVERT , Lord and Elizabeth NODDING. He was born 19 OCT 1781 in Virginia, and died 13 SEP 1839 in Cooper Co., Mo..

Children of Dorcas COLYER and John CALVERT are: 54 i. William CALVERT was born 15 SEP 1803 in Washington Co., TN.
+ 55 ii. Ursula CALVERT was born 5 JUL 1805 in Washington Co., TN.
+ 56 iii. Leonard CALVERT was born 1 OCT 1807 in Washington Co., TN, and died 5 AUG 1874 in Pettis Co., Missouri.
+ 57 iv. John CALVERT was born 23 MAR 1809, and died 19 APR 1846.
58 v. Nancy CALVERT was born 24 DEC 1810. She married George DICKSON 18 NOV 1828 in Cooper Co., Mo.
59 vi. Elizabeth CALVERT was born 9 OCT 1812, and died 1843. She married John TAYLOR 12 APR 1832 in Cooper Co., Mo. He was born 1808.
+ 60 vii. Martin CALVERT was born 12 MAY 1815, and died 1 JUN 1863 in Missouri.
+ 61 viii. Nodding L. CALVERT was born 13 DEC 1817, and died 11 FEB 1870.
62 ix. Tabitha CALVERT was born 26 FEB 1820.
63 x. Agnes W. CALVERT was born 25 NOV 1825, and died 4 AUG 1878.





More About John Calvert and Dorcas Colyer:
Marriage: October 14, 1802

iv. Ursula Colyer708, born Abt. 1785709,710; died Abt. 1843710; married John Lashbrook; born 1785; died Aft. 1895.

Notes for Ursula Colyer:
Ursula COLYER (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born ABT. 1785 in Washington County, Tennessee, and died ABT. 1843 in Cooper County, Missouri. She married John LASHBROOK, son of William LASHBROOK and Effy ETHELRIDGE. He was born 1751.

Children of Ursula COLYER and John LASHBROOK are: 46 i. James Wesley LASHBROOK. He married Susan COLYER 26 AUG 1856 in Franklin Co., Tn, daughter of Alexander COLYER and Kate SHERRILL. She was born 1835.
47 ii. Norris LASHBROOK.
+ 48 iii. Dorcas LASHBROOK.
49 iv. Nancy LASHBROOK. She married James STEWART. He was born 1805.
50 v. Malinda LASHBROOK died BEF. 1833 in 0.
51 vi. Julia Ann LASHBROOK. She married Charles DUNCAN.
+ 52 vii. Elizabeth LASHBROOK was born 9 MAR 1815 in Richmond, Richmond Co., Virginia, and died 1859 in Owensboro, Daviess Co., Kentucky.
53 viii. Marcus Lindsay LASHBROOK was born 1822. He married Charity COLYER 27 AUG 1853 in Franklin Co., Tn, daughter of Alexander COLYER and Kate SHERRILL. She was born 1830.





v. Alexander Colyer710, born 1790 in Washington County, Tennessee711,712; died Abt. 1856 in probably Franklin County, Tennessee713,714; married Kate Sherrill715,716; born 1795717,718; died Aft. 1815.

Notes for Alexander Colyer:
Alexander COLYER (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1790 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 1856 in Franklin Co., Tn.. He married Kate SHERRILL ABT. 1817 in Washington Co., TN. She was born 1795. He married Elizabeth FARMER 1818.

Children of Alexander COLYER and Kate SHERRILL are: 64 i. George Thompson COLYER was born 1810 in Tennessee.
+ 65 ii. Arthur St. Clair COLYER was born 23 JUN 1818 in Washington Co., Tn., and died 13 DEC 1907 in Nashville, Davidson Co., Tennessee.
66 iii. Catherine COLYER was born ABT. 1826. She married Adam L. HYDER 6 JAN 1848 in Franklin Co., Tn. He was born 1822.
67 iv. Nancy COLYER was born 1826. She married Robert ELKIN 1 JAN 1857 in Franklin Co., Tn. He was born 1827.
68 v. Caroline COLYER was born 1826 in Tennessee.
69 vi. Mary COLYER was born 1828. She married Levi R. WILEMAN 12 JAN 1853 in Franklin Co., Tn. He was born 1826.
70 vii. Charity COLYER was born 1830. She married Marcus Lindsay LASHBROOK 27 AUG 1853 in Franklin Co., Tn, son of John LASHBROOK and Ursula COLYER. He was born 1822.
71 viii. Elbert F. COLYER was born 1830 in Tennessee, and died 1897 in Tracy City Tennessee.
72 ix. Emeline COLYER was born 1832 in Tennessee.
73 x. Susan COLYER was born 1835. She married James Wesley LASHBROOK 26 AUG 1856 in Franklin Co., Tn, son of John LASHBROOK and Ursula COLYER.
+ 74 xi. Martha Clarissa COLYER was born 1838, and died MAY 1893.
+ 75 xii. Sarah COLYER was born 1840, and died 26 JUL 1856 in Pulaski Co., Ky.





Notes for Kate Sherrill:


Catherine was the niece of "Bonnie Kate", the second wife of Colonel John Sevier


More About Alexander Colyer and Kate Sherrill:
Marriage: 719,720

54 vi. John Wesley Colyer, born August 20, 1781 in Washington Co Tennessee; died August 18, 1851 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; married (1) Martha Minus Abt. 1805; married (2) Lydia Memes Purvis January 06, 1818 in Pulaski Co Ky.
vii. Leonard Colyer, born 1795; died Aft. 1830; married Charlotte Slagle March 22, 1822; born 1812; died Aft. 1830.

Notes for Leonard Colyer:
Leonard COLYER (William COLYER , Sr.9, John COLYER8, John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1). He married Charlotte SLAGLE 22 MAR 1822 in Washington Co., TN.

Children of Leonard COLYER and Charlotte SLAGLE are: 10 i. Catherine COLYER.
11 ii. Elizabeth COLYER.
12 iii. Nancy COLYER.
+ 13 iv. John S. COLYER was born 1823.
14 v. George COLYER was born 1824.
15 vi. Sara COLYER was born 1827.
16 vii. Eliza Ann COLYER was born 1828.
17 viii. Alexander COLYER was born 1830.





More About Leonard Colyer and Charlotte Slagle:
Marriage: March 22, 1822


110. James Purvis721,722,723,724, born Abt. 1762 in Martin Co NC725,726,727; died Aft. 1840 in Pulaski Co Ky728,729,730. He was the son of 220. Jesse Purvis. He married 111. Rhoda Roberts August 14, 1786 in Johnston NC.
111. Rhoda Roberts731,732,733,734, born Abt. 1776 in Johnson Co NC735,736,737; died January 13, 1852 in Pulaski Co Ky738,739,740.

More About James Purvis:
Military: Fought in Revolutionary War.

Notes for Rhoda Roberts:
Lived with John W. Collyer (her son-in-law) in 1850 at age 86.
Census: 1850 Pulaski Co., KY, AHO John and Lydia Colyer

More About Rhoda Roberts:
Date born 2: Abt. 1764, North Carolina741,742
Died 2: Aft. 1798

More About James Purvis and Rhoda Roberts:
Marriage 1: August 14, 1786, Johnston NC
Marriage 2: 743,744

Children of James Purvis and Rhoda Roberts are:
i. James Jr Purvis745,746,747, born 1789748,749,750; died Aft. 1840751,752,753; married Peggy Schuycraft Schoolcraft; born August 21, 1819754,755,756; died Aft. 1840757,758,759.
55 ii. Lydia Memes Purvis, born May 26, 1798 in NC; died December 25, 1874 in Pulaski Co Ky; married John Wesley Colyer January 06, 1818 in Pulaski Co Ky.
iii. Jesse Purvis, born Abt. 1790; died Aft. 1790.


112. James Sr Hudson, born Abt. 1725; died Aft. 1765. He was the son of 224. Peter Hudson and 225. Mrs. Martha Pride. He married 113. Agnes Burton.
113. Agnes Burton, born 1728 in Henrico County, Virginia; died 1765 in Charlott Co Va. She was the daughter of 128. James P Sr. Burton and 129. Judith Paine.

Child of James Hudson and Agnes Burton is:
56 i. James Jr Hudson, born Abt. 1775; died Aft. 1787; married 1749.


Generation No. 8

128. James P Sr. Burton, born 1700 in Henrico County, Virginia; died Aft. 1720 in CharlotteCo Va. He was the son of 256. John of Cobbs Burton and 257. Susan Elizabeth Fowler. He married 129. Judith Paine.
129. Judith Paine, born Abt. 1700; died Aft. 1783. She was the daughter of 258. Thomas Payne and 259. Elizabeth Bevin.

More About James P Sr. Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1710
Died 2: Aft. 1734
Occupation: Planter

Notes for Judith Paine:
Judith & James were actually step-brother & sister??? Looks to be that way. No actual proof, that Judith was indeed a Paine. No Marriage record for Judith & James has turned up.



More About Judith Paine:
Date born 2: Abt. 1710
Died 2: Aft. 1734

Children of James Burton and Judith Paine are:
64 i. James P Jr Burton, born Abt. 1734 in Goochland Co Va; died September 08, 1814 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Sarah Stovall Abt. 1759 in Va.
113 ii. Agnes Burton, born 1728 in Henrico County, Virginia; died 1765 in Charlott Co Va; married James Sr Hudson.


130. Thomas Stovall760,761,762, born Abt. 1705 in Va763,764,765; died Aft. 1740 in Va766,767,768. He was the son of 260. Bartholomew Stovall and 261. Ann Burton. He married 131. Elizabeth Betty Owen Abt. 1731 in Va.
131. Elizabeth Betty Owen769,770,771, born Abt. 1705 in Va772,773,774; died Aft. 1740 in Va775,776,777. She was the daughter of 262. Richard Owens and 263. Elizabeth.

More About Thomas Stovall and Elizabeth Owen:
Marriage: Abt. 1731, Va

Children of Thomas Stovall and Elizabeth Owen are:
65 i. Sarah Stovall, born Abt. 1740 in Goochland Co Va; died Abt. 1820 in Pulaski Co Ky; married James P Jr Burton Abt. 1759 in Va.
67 ii. Tabitha Stovall, born Abt. 1743 in Va; died Aft. 1790 in Pittsylvania Co Va; married Arthur Kissee Abt. 1760 in Va.
iii. Bartholomew Stovall778,779,780, born Abt. 1745 in Va781,782,783; died March 25, 1807 in Warren Co Ky784,785,786; married Susanna Owen; born Abt. 1745787,788,789; died Aft. 1765790,791,792.


132. Richard Keesee793,794,795, born Abt. 1700796,797,798; died March 09, 1789 in Pittsylvania Co Va799,800,801. He was the son of 264. George Keesee. He married 133. Ann Fisk.
133. Ann Fisk802,803,804, born Abt. 1710805,806,807; died Aft. 1738808,809,810.

Notes for Richard Keesee:
Notes for Richard Keesee:
Dolores Sutton to CEB, 1 March 1979: "The only dates I have on Richard C. Keesee is that he was in the Revolution and served in the Captain Crispin Sheldon's Co. A lot of his descendants have joined the DAR thru him. . . . Have you read the 2 books by Mrs. Madalene Vaden Fitzgerald from Chatham, Virginia? They are about early Pittsylvania County and has [sic] a lot about the Keesees in them." "All records I have shows Richards wife as FISH."
__________

Will of Richard Keesee, written 2 March 1789; proven 20 January 1794, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.

In Thomas P. Hughes, Jr. & Jewel B. Standefer, Compilers, *Pittsylvania County Virginia Abstracts of Wills 1768-1800" (Thomas P. Hughes, Jr., 4140 Chanwil Avenue, Memphis, TN 38117, 1973), p. 54 is the following:

KEESEE, RICHARD D&W 9, P 497
D: Mar. 9, 1789 Pr: Jan. 20, 1794

Names: Wife: Ann- all estate real and personal during her life or widowhood. At her death or in case she should marry the estate to be equally divided among all my children, Viz: Mary, George, Charles,
John, Jeremiyah, Jess and Ann. If any of the above mentioned children should dy in the life of me and my wife, they are to have no part, nor their heirs, of my estate

Executors: Sons, Charles and Jerrimaih Kessee
Witnesses: Nathaniel Hicks, Jinnah Hicks
s/ Rich'd Keesee

Proved by oaths of two witnesses and O.R. On Motion of Jesse Keesee
Letters of Administration granted
Sec: Zechariah Lewis, Jacob Barges and Frederic Shelton

__________

Barbara Scott Wyche, E-mail 1 November 1998: She received a packet of information from Keesee research Angela Adams, which included the following comment from "4 August 1955 from Mrs. Howard P. Arnest, 4166 N.E. Beaumont St., Portland, Oregon, Ch. of Genealogical Records for the DAR: That George Keesee's son, Richard, obtained 3 land grants: 3 Nov 1750, 280 ac. Amelia Co., VA; 5 Jun 1765, 320 ac. Halifax Co., VA; and 2 Jun 1792, 845 ac. in Pittsylvania Co., VA. Richard's wife was named Ann & their children were Mary, George, Charles, John, Jerrymyah, Jesse & Anne. 1776, 1789 John and Charles, Mary, George were disowned by Quaker church (for fighting; by request to join Baptist church; non-attendence."

More About Richard Keesee:
Date born 2: ca. 1722, Virginia
Died 2: Bet. 1791 - 1794, Pittsylvania County, Virginia11,12,13,14
Religion: Quaker? probably not

Children of Richard Keesee and Ann ? are:
6 i. Richard3 Keesee, Jr., died Unknown. He married Frances McClanahan 15 August 1803; died Unknown.
More About Richard Keesee and Frances McClanahan:
Marriage: 15 August 1803


7 ii. Mary "Polly" Keesee, died Unknown. She married Samuel Brooks15; died Unknown.
+ 8 iii. Arthur Keesee, born 1742; died 15 January 1789 in (Will dated) Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
+ 9 iv. George Faris Keesee, born ca. 1743 in Virginia; died 1825 in Sumner County, Tennessee.
+ 10 v. Charles Keesee, born ca. 1747; died Unknown.
11 vi. John Keesee, born ca. 1750 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia16; died 1812.
More About John Keesee:
Religion: Quaker, disowned; then Baptist?


12 vii. Jeremiah Keesee17, born 12 October 1751 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia18; died 1825. He married Sarah Burch Else19 Bef. 1772 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia20; died Unknown.
More About Jeremiah Keesee:
Date born 2: ca. 175221
Religion: Quaker


More About Jeremiah Keesee and Sarah Else:
Marriage: Bef. 1772, Pittsylvania County, Virginia22


+ 13 viii. Jesse Keesee, born ca. 1752 in King George County, Virginia; died 18 February 1829 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
+ 14 ix. Anne/Amy Keesee, born ca. 1760; died Bef. 1835 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.



Children of Richard Keesee and Ann Fisk are:
66 i. Arthur Kissee, born Abt. 1738 in King George Co Va; died January 15, 1789 in Pittsyvania Co Va; married Tabitha Stovall Abt. 1760 in Va.
ii. George Fisk Keesee811,812,813, born Abt. 1746 in Pittsylvania Co Va814,815,816; died Abt. 1825817,818,819; married Agnes Terry; born Abt. 1746820,821,822; died Aft. 1766823,824,825.
iii. Jesse Keesee826,827,828, born Abt. 1748 in Va829,830,831; died Aft. 1768 in Pittsylvania Co Va832,833,834; married Mildred Mustain; born Abt. 1748835,836,837; died Aft. 1768838,839,840.
iv. Jeremiah Keesee841,842,843, born October 12, 1751 in Pittsylvania Co Va844,845,846; died January 09, 1825 in Pittsylvania Co Va847,848,849; married Sarah Burch Else; born Abt. 1751850,851,852; died Aft. 1771853,854,855.


136. Moses Baker856, born Bef. 1682 in Of, , Elizabeth City, VA856; died Aft. 1710 in Chowan, NC856. He was the son of 272. Sr Moses Baker and 273. Elizabeth. He married 137. Elizabeth Brown June 12, 1694 in Elizabeth City, VA856.
137. Elizabeth Brown856, born Bef. 1686856; died Aft. February 1722/23856.

Notes for Moses Baker:


!He stated in a declaration, that he was the godson of
Colonel John Powell. !DEATH:Will dated January 1724 in
Chowan Co., N.C.

More About Moses Baker:
Ancestral File Number: 1560856
Baptism (LDS): Submitted856
Endowment (LDS): Submitted856
Sealed to parents (LDS): Submitted856

More About Elizabeth Brown:
Ancestral File Number: 1561856
Baptism (LDS): Submitted856
Endowment (LDS): Submitted856

More About Moses Baker and Elizabeth Brown:
Marriage: June 12, 1694, Elizabeth City, VA856
Sealed to spouse (LDS): Submitted856

Children of Moses Baker and Elizabeth Brown are:
i. William Baker856, born Aft. 1709856; died in Y856

More About William Baker:
Baptism (LDS): Submitted856
Endowment (LDS): Submitted856
Sealed to parents (LDS): Submitted856

ii. Bennett Baker856, born Abt. 1710856; died in Y856

More About Bennett Baker:
Baptism (LDS): Submitted856
Endowment (LDS): Submitted856
Sealed to parents (LDS): Submitted856

68 iii. Moses Baker, born 1708 in NC; died 1786 in Edgemont NC; married Sarah Chapple 1731 in <, Bertie, North Carolina>.


208. George Edward Eastham, born 1705 in Old Rappahannock Lunenburg Co., Virginia; died 1756 in Spotsylvania Va. He was the son of 416. Edward Eastham and 417. Ann Taylor. He married 209. Mary Bird 1727 in NewKent Co Va.
209. Mary Bird, born 1710; died April 1756 in Spotsylvania Va. She was the daughter of 418. Robert Bird and 419. Susannah Clark.

Notes for George Edward Eastham:
The following exerpt is from "Our Eastham Generations in America 1637-1963" by George P. and Helen E. Bunn, 1963. Catolog number P.B. 929.2, #325, p. 45; LDS:
"George Eastham (E-2b), son of the immigrant, Edward (E-1), was born in Old Rappahannock; moved on to New Kent County, with his parents, married Mary Bird about 1685; patented 400 acres in St. John's Parish, in nearby King William Countyr, 1719; had a daughter, Rachel, born about 1695, and a son Robert (Col.), born about 1706; was deceased in 1748 and his wife, Mary, in 1756, with their son-in-law, John Rogers, as executor for each."

The following is from FTM CD#4,tree # 1059:
George was probably the son of Edward Eastham was granted 400 acres of land in 1710 and 1719, there being two grants. See Grant Book of Virginia, No 10., p. 428

They lived in Gloucester County, VA for some time, then moved to Caroline Co where they resided until their deaths. Mr Eatham was living May 4, 1747 as he witnessed a deed from Henry Goodloe to his son, Robert Goodloe.

From "Caroline Co: A History of Caroline Co., VA". By T.E. Campbell
p.308
1719 George Eastham 400 acres on branch of Middle River adj to Rogers
p.351-352
Caroline Jurors 1732-45 with # of panels on which they
served
George Eastham 5
p.472
1748 Caroline Co
decedent: George Eastham
adm/exec: John Rogers

G. Bunn shows name as "Merrie (Mary) Bird" and birth date as 1665(?).

From "Caroline Co: A History of Co. VA" by T.E. Campbell, p. 475
1756 Caroline co
decedent: Merry Eastham
exec: John Rogers and Robert Goodloe




Notes for Mary Bird:
George EASTHAM (Edward (Essom) EASTHAM1) was born ABT 1663 in ,Rappahannock,VA, and died BEF 10 JUN 1748 in ,Caroline,VA. He married Mary BIRD 1685 in ,,VA, daughter of Robert BIRD and Miss BIRD*. She was born ABT 1673 in ,,,ENGLAND, and died BEF 10 JUN 1756 in ,Caroline,VA.

Children of George EASTHAM and Mary BIRD are:+ 2 i. Rachel EASTHAM was born ABT 1695 in of,King & Queen,VA, and died in ,,VA.
+ 3 ii. Robert EASTHAM was born ABT 1706 in of,Middlesex,VA, and died ABT 1791 in ,Culpeper,VA.
4 iii. dau EASTHAM. She married Robert GOODLOE, son of Henry GOODLOE. He died 5 NOV 1790 in ,Spotsylvania,VA.





More About George Eastham and Mary Bird:
Marriage: 1727, NewKent Co Va

Children of George Eastham and Mary Bird are:
104 i. James Eastham, Sr., born 1739 in Madison Co Va; died 1815 in Pulaski Co ky; married Sarah Zachary 1780 in Culpepper Co Va.
ii. Rachel Eastham, born 1695 in King & Queen,VA; died Aft. 1737; married John Rogers 1716; born 1695; died Aft. 1737.

Notes for Rachel Eastham:
Rachel EASTHAM (George EASTHAM2, Edward (Essom) EASTHAM1) was born ABT 1695 in of,King & Queen,VA, and died in ,,VA. She married John ROGERS 1716 in ,King & Queen,VA,

Children of Rachel EASTHAM and John ROGERS are:+ 5 i. John ROGERS JR was born 1717 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died BEF SEP 1797 in ,Person,NC.
+ 6 ii. Giles ROGERS was born 1719 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 1794 in ,Albemarle,VA.
+ 7 iii. George ROGERS was born 11 JUN 1721 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 13 MAR 1802 in ,Caroline,VA.
+ 8 iv. Mary ROGERS was born 2 JAN 1727 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 25 OCT 1800 in Hico,Granville,NC.
+ 9 v. Ann ROGERS was born BET 21 OCT 1728 AND 1730 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 24 DEC 1798 in Louisville,Jefferson,KY.
+ 10 vi. Lucy ROGERS was born ABT 1731 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died MAR 1764 in ,Caroline,VA.
+ 11 vii. Mildred ROGERS was born 1733 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 1788.
+ 12 viii. Bird ROGERS was born 1735 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 12 OCT 1801.
+ 13 ix. Rachel ROGERS was born 17 OCT 1737 in ,King & Queen,VA, and died 7 NOV 1792 in Drysdale Parish,King & Queen,VA.




More About John Rogers and Rachel Eastham:
Marriage: 1716

iii. Col Robert Eastham, born 1706 in Middlesex,VA; died 1791 in Culpeper,VA; married Ann Lawson; born 1706; died Aft. 1756.

Notes for Col Robert Eastham:
Children
William EASTHAM b: 10 MAY 1735 in ,Orange,VA
Elizabeth EASTHAM b: ABT 1742 in ,Orange,VA
Robert EASTHAM JR b: ABT 1744 in ,Orange,VA
Frances EASTHAM b: ABT 1747 in ,Orange,VA
Phoebe EASTHAM b: ABT 1750 in ,Orange,VA
George EASTHAM b: 12 FEB 1755 in ,Culpeper,VA
Phillip EASTHAM b: ABT 1756 in ,,VA
Robert EASTHAM (George EASTHAM2, Edward (Essom) EASTHAM1) was born ABT 1706 in of,Middlesex,VA, and died ABT 1791 in ,Culpeper,VA. He was buried in Warrenton,VA. He married Ann LAWSON ABT 1734 in ,,VA. She was born in of,Culpeper,VA.

Children of Robert EASTHAM and Ann LAWSON are:+ 14 i. William EASTHAM was born 10 MAY 1735 in ,Orange,VA, and died 8 FEB 1801 in ,Rockbridge,VA.
15 ii. Elizabeth EASTHAM was born ABT 1742 in ,Orange,VA.
+ 16 iii. Robert EASTHAM JR was born ABT 1744 in ,Orange,VA, and died 1803 in ,Halifax,VA.
17 iv. Frances EASTHAM was born ABT 1747 in ,Orange,VA.
18 v. Phoebe EASTHAM was born ABT 1750 in ,Orange,VA.
+ 19 vi. George EASTHAM was born 12 FEB 1755 in ,Culpeper,VA, and died 1 OCT 1818 in ,Mason,VA.
20 vii. Phillip EASTHAM was born ABT 1756 in ,,VA.





iv. Edward Eastham, born 1727 in Spotsylvania,Va.
v. William Eastham, born 1730 in Spotsylvania,Va.


210. John Zachary, born 1722; died 1835 in Pulaski Co ky. He was the son of 420. John Zachary and 421. Elenor. He married 211. Ann Taylor.
211. Ann Taylor, born Abt. 1722; died Aft. 1762. She was the daughter of 422. Win Taylor.

Child of John Zachary and Ann Taylor is:
105 i. Sarah Zachary, born 1760 in Madison Co Ky; died 1835 in Pulaski Co ky; married (1) William Tyree 1773 in Buckingham Co Va; married (2) James Eastham, Sr. 1780 in Culpepper Co Va.


212. James Denham857,858, born 1712 in ENGLAND859,860; died April 22, 1760 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex, NJ, USA861,862. He married 213. Abigal Mason Bef. 1739863.
213. Abigal Mason863,864, born March 19, 1722/23 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA865,866; died Aft. 1760 in Virginia, USA867,868. She was the daughter of 426. Joseph Mason and 427. Mary.

More About James Denham and Abigal Mason:
Marriage: Bef. 1739869

Children of James Denham and Abigal Mason are:
i. Margaret A Denham869,870, born Abt. 1739 in Virginia, USA871,872; died Aft. 1797 in Denhamtown, Clermont, OH, USA873,874; married Unknown (husband of MA Denham) Burke.
ii. John Denham875,876, born Abt. 1741 in Virginia, USA877,878; died Abt. 1836 in , Brown, OH, USA879,880; married Abt. 1760881

More About John Denham:
Marriage: Abt. 1760881

iii. James Denham881,882, born Abt. 1743 in Virginia, USA883,884; died Aft. March 1806 in Hornsfield, , PA, USA885,886
106 iv. William Sr Denham, born 1745 in Virginia, USA; died December 1819 in Fishing Creek, Pulaski Co, KY, USA; married (1) Sarah Turner Bet. 1769 - 1770 in Virginia, USA; married (2) Elizabeth Parker 1788 in , Madison, KY, USA.
v. Obediah Denham887,888, born August 05, 1747 in Virginia, USA889,890; died June 03, 1817 in Denhamtown, Clermont, OH, USA891,892; married Mary Ball Bet. July 08, 1771 - 1781 in New Providence, Union, NJ, USA893; born April 19, 1753 in , Essex, NJ, USA893; died April 08, 1818 in Bethel, Clermont, OH, USA893.

Notes for Obediah Denham:
[Denhams.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Obed/[denham2.ged]

Alias:<ALIA> /Obed/

More About Obediah Denham and Mary Ball:
Marriage: Bet. July 08, 1771 - 1781, New Providence, Union, NJ, USA893


216. Jr. John Colyer894, born February 28, 1706/07 in Madison or Henry or King & Queens Co., Va895,896; died Aft. 1765 in Colliers Creek, Augusta Co., VA. He was the son of 432. Sr. John Colyer and 433. Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger. He married 217. Elizabeth Meredith 1739 in Hanover Co., VA897,898.
217. Elizabeth Meredith898, born Abt. 1707 in Hanover Co., VA; died Aft. 1765. She was the daughter of 434. Samuel Meredith and 435. Ann Colyer.

Notes for Jr. John Colyer:
COLLIER ORIGINALLY, FOR THESE PURPOSES ALL COLYERS WILL BE SPELLED COLYER.

Had a sister Mary. she married Moses Johnson, Sr. who was born in 1697. John supposedly died 1716.
Mary and Moses had a son, Lewis Johnson, who married Elizabeth Moore.

Supposedly had a sister, Sarah, who married William Marriott. Had children:
Thomas, John and Mary.


John Served as an officer in a Virginia Regiment under Admiral Vernon in the Carthagaen expedition, 1740-42
AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA - CHALKLEY'S CHRONICLES; Vol 3, PP 300 - 309: Page 135.--Deed recorded to John Collier, 81 acres patented. Collier's line.




John COLYER (John COLYER , Sr.7, Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 28 FEB 1706/07 in Madison or Henry or King & Queens Co., Va., and died 1765 in Colliers Creek, Augusta Co., VA. He married Ciseley HALL, daughter of John HALL and GIBSON. She was born BET. 1707 - 1724 in Virginia. He married Elizabeth MEREDITH 1739 in Hanover Co., VA, daughter of Samuel MEREDITH. She was born BET. 1709 - 1711 in Hanover, VA.

Children of John COLYER and Ciseley HALL are: 2 i. Alexander COLYER.
3 ii. Margaret COLYER.
4 iii. Moses COLYER.
+ 5 iv. Aaron J. COLYER was born 15 JAN 1748/49.
6 v. John COLYER was born 1764.


Children of John COLYER and Elizabeth MEREDITH are: 7 i. Thomas COLYER was born 17 JAN 1739/40 in Hanover, VA, and died 3 DEC 1787 in Charlotte, VA. He married Mary DABNEY 1759. She was born 1740, and died 1815.
8 ii. Sally COLYER was born 1741. She married Robert GOODE. He was born ABT. 1741, and died ABT. 1761.
+ 9 iii. John COLYER , Sr was born ABT. 1743 in Henry Co., Va., and died 31 MAR 1836 in Rockcastle Co., Kentucky.
10 iv. Elizabeth Ironmonger COLYER was born 1745 in King and Queen Co., VA, and died AFT. 1765.
11 v. Frances COLYER was born 1747 in King and Queen Co., VA, and died AFT. 1767.
+ 12 vi. James COLYER , Sr. was born 1747, and died 1805 in Madison, Ky.
+ 13 vii. Joseph COLYER was born 1749 in Hanover, VA, and died 10 MAR 1819 in Edgefield District, SC.
14 viii. Richard COLYER was born 1749. He married Amy MOSELLER 15 DEC 1772.
15 ix. Anne COLYER was born 1752.
+ 16 x. William COLYER , Sr. was born 1754 in Fauquier Co., Va., and died ABT. 1819 in Jonesboro, Washington Co., Tn..
17 xi. Mary COLYER was born 8 FEB 1756 in King and Queen Co., VA, and died 1804 in Charlotte, VA. She married Samuel GOODE. He was born 1749.
+ 18 xii. Charles COLYER was born DEC 1757 in Fauquier, Va., and died ABT. 1840 in Rockcastle Co., Kentucky.





More About Jr. John Colyer:
Probate: 1749, Hanover County, Virginia898

More About John Colyer and Elizabeth Meredith:
Marriage: 1739, Hanover Co., VA899,900

Children of John Colyer and Elizabeth Meredith are:
i. Charles Colyer901,902, born Abt. 1757; died Aft. 1777.

More About Charles Colyer:
Census: 1820, Pulaski County, Kentucky903,904

ii. James Colyer904, born Abt. 1758; died Aft. 1778.
iii. Richard Colyer905,906, born Abt. 1760; died Aft. 1780.
iv. Thomas Colyer906, born January 17, 1739/40907,908; died 1789909,910; married Mary Dabney 1759911,912; born 1740913,914; died 1815915,916.

More About Thomas Colyer:
Military: Captain in the Revolutionary War917,918

More About Thomas Colyer and Mary Dabney:
Marriage: 1759919,920

v. Sally Colyer920, born 1741921,922; died Aft. 1761; married Robert Goode923,924; born Abt. 1741; died Aft. 1761.

More About Robert Goode and Sally Colyer:
Marriage: 925,926

vi. Sr. John Colyer926, born 1743 in King and Queen County, Virginia927,928; died Aft. 1765; married Hannah Carey929,930; born Abt. 1743; died Aft. 1765.

More About Sr. John Colyer:
Military: Revolutionary War931,932

More About John Colyer and Hannah Carey:
Marriage: 933,934

vii. Elizabeth Ironmonger Colyer934, born 1745935,936; died Aft. 1765.
viii. Frances Colyer936, born 1747937,938; died Aft. 1767.
ix. Joseph Colyer938, born 1749939,940; died Aft. 1772; married Amy Moseller December 15, 1772941,942; born Abt. 1749; died Aft. 1772.

Notes for Joseph Colyer:
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE Southern States of America
COLLIER FAMILY
page 150
5--3. Joseph, 1749 of South Crolina served with distinction in theRevolutionary War; he m. 12-15-1772 Amy Moseller, and had issue amongothers: 1. Meredith, m. Eliza Grey of Georgia; 2. Merrel, of Georgia; 3.Hiliary, m. Frances Quarlesy of Georgia. 4. Nancy m. John Talbert. 5.Sarah m. John S. Combs. 5. Ann m. ---- Farrar 7. Mary m. Samuel Boyd. 8.Tos. G. Abin


More About Joseph Colyer:
Probate: March 10, 1819943,944

More About Joseph Colyer and Amy Moseller:
Marriage: December 15, 1772945,946

x. Anne Colyer946, born 1752947,948; died Aft. 1752.
xi. Mary Colyer948, born 1756949,950; died 1804951,952; married Samuel Goode953,954; born 1749955,956; died Aft. 1769.

More About Samuel Goode and Mary Colyer:
Marriage: 957,958

108 xii. William J P Colyer, born Abt. 1754 in Va; died Abt. 1819 in Tennessee; married Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair August 30, 1777 in Henry County, Virginia.


218. Charles Sinclair, born 1725; died Aft. 1758. He married 219. Ann 1746.
219. Ann, born 1725; died Aft. 1758.

Notes for Charles Sinclair:
Will: JUNE 6, 1766 Orange Co., NC
Children
Agnes Ann(Nancy) ST. CLAIR b: ABT. 1758 in Scotland or Orange County, NC
Joseph ST. CLAIR
John ST. CLAIR
Alexander ST. CLAIR
Catherine Deborah ST. CLAIR
Robert ST. CLAIR
Charles ST. CLAIR


More About Charles Sinclair and Ann:
Marriage: 1746

Children of Charles Sinclair and Ann are:
109 i. Agnes Ann (Nancy) Sinclair, born Abt. 1758; died Aft. 1790 in Tenneessee; married William J P Colyer August 30, 1777 in Henry County, Virginia.
ii. Arthur Sinclair, born Abt. 1749; died Aft. 1800.

Notes for Arthur Sinclair:
General & Governor of the Northwest Territory


220. Jesse Purvis959,960,961, born Abt. 1742962,963,964; died Aft. 1772965,966,967.

Child of Jesse Purvis is:
110 i. James Purvis, born Abt. 1762 in Martin Co NC; died Aft. 1840 in Pulaski Co Ky; married Rhoda Roberts August 14, 1786 in Johnston NC.


224. Peter Hudson, born Abt. 1700 in Henrico County, VA; died October 07, 1762 in Halifax County, VA. He was the son of 448. Robert I Hudson and 449. Mary Ferguson. He married 225. Mrs. Martha Pride August 20, 1723.
225. Mrs. Martha Pride, born 1700; died Aft. 1745.

Notes for Peter Hudson:
Peter - b. 1695-1700, Henrico Co., VA; d. 7 Oct 1752, Halifax County,
VA. While not proved, evidence suggests that the Peter HUDSON who died in
1752 was the son of Robert HUDSON and Mary. In his will, Peter left 400
acres of land to his "nephew" Robert HUDSON. Peter was married on Aug.
20, 1723 in Henrico Co., VA to Martha. A court record of Henrico Co., VA
dated Oct. 25, 1725, names Martha as the widow of Halcot PRIDE, and
indicates that they had more than one child.
SOURCE: Mr. Van A. Hudson in Dickson, TN.



More About Peter Hudson and Mrs. Pride:
Marriage: August 20, 1723

Child of Peter Hudson and Mrs. Pride is:
112 i. James Sr Hudson, born Abt. 1725; died Aft. 1765; married Agnes Burton.


Generation No. 9

256. John of Cobbs Burton, born 1666 in Henrico Co Va; died 1754 in Dale Parish Chesterfield Co Va. He was the son of 512. Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton and 513. Susannah Hatcher. He married 257. Susan Elizabeth Fowler March 12, 1687/88 in Henrico County, Virginia.
257. Susan Elizabeth Fowler, born Abt. 1666; died 1757 in Dale Parish Chesterfield Co Va. She was the daughter of 514. Samuel Sr Fowler.

Notes for John of Cobbs Burton:
Planter and resided in Va.
Cobbs until 1708, moved to Pocoshock Run of Falling Cr, Henrico Co., Va. One record has his death at date 1734. ?

Will dated Feb 1753, ChesterfieldCo, VA, proved in ChesterfieldCo, VA (date not given).

More About John Burton and Susan Fowler:
Marriage: March 12, 1687/88, Henrico County, Virginia

Children of John Burton and Susan Fowler are:
i. Phebe Burton, born 1689; died Aft. 1700; married Johnson; born Abt. 1689; died Aft. 1700.
ii. Robert Burton, born 1690; died 1730; married Ward; born Abt. 1690; died Aft. 1710967.
iii. William Burton, born 1691; died Aft. 1691.
iv. Elizabeth Burton, born 1699 in Henrico Co Va; died February 19, 1767 in Chesterfield Co Va; married Philip Turpin; born Abt. 1692; died Aft. 1729.
v. John Burton, born 1693; died 1747; married Elizabeth Bef. 1717; born Abt. 1693967; died Abt. 1747.

More About John Burton and Elizabeth:
Marriage: Bef. 1717

vi. Susanah Burton, born 1694; died Aft. 1720967; married Tanner; born 1694; died Aft. 1720.
vii. Ann Burton, born 1695; died Aft. 1695; married Pain; born Abt. 1695; died Aft. 1695.
viii. Sarah Burton, born 1697; died Aft. 1720; married William Jackson; born Abt. 1697; died Aft. 1720.
ix. Isaiah Burton, born 1698 in Henrico Co, VA; died Aft. 1700 in Buckingham Co VA; married Obediance; born Abt. 1698; died Aft. 1700.
128 x. James P Sr. Burton, born 1700 in Henrico County, Virginia; died Aft. 1720 in CharlotteCo Va; married Judith Paine.
xi. Thomas of Chesterfield Burton, born 1702 in Va; died 1773 in Va; married Johanna Hancock 1720 in Va; born Abt. 1702 in Va; died Aft. 1722 in Va.

More About Thomas Burton and Johanna Hancock:
Marriage: 1720, Va


258. Thomas Payne, born Abt. 1680; died Aft. 1700. He married 259. Elizabeth Bevin.
259. Elizabeth Bevin, born Abt. 1680; died Aft. 1728. She was the daughter of 518. William Bevin and 519. Elizabeth Gilliam.

Notes for Elizabeth Bevin:
May have been married 4 times. Her will was filed in 1759, Chesterfield Co. (Vol.1, pg 314), not Elizabeth Fowler as most researchers have surmarized.
Elizabeth Bevin left 1 shilling to Judith Burton in her will. She mentioned an Arrobello Burton (have no idea who she was in her will, but no other Burtons.

Child of Thomas Payne and Elizabeth Bevin is:
129 i. Judith Paine, born Abt. 1700; died Aft. 1783; married James P Sr. Burton.


260. Bartholomew Stovall, born June 24, 1665 in Albury England; died Abt. 1721 in Va. He was the son of 520. George Stovall and 521. Joan. He married 261. Ann Burton August 08, 1693 in Henrico Co Va.
261. Ann Burton, born Abt. 1664 in Va; died Aft. 1738 in Henrico Co Va. She was the daughter of 512. Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton and 513. Susannah Hatcher.

Notes for Bartholomew Stovall:
Immigrant to America in 1684. He arrived in Virginia in late 1684 on the ship, Booth, captain Peter Pagan, Master. Bartholomew had, on July 7, 1684, signed with his mark an indenture to John Bright, a merchant, for a term of four years as payment of his passage.
On Aug. 16, 1715, Bartholomew received 318 acres of land by patent in Henrico Co, Va., at the confluence of Deep Creek and the south side of the James River, near Powhatan, Va., about 30 miles west of Richmond. Situated on this land today is St. Emma's Academy, built in 1890 by the Sisters of St. Francis DeSale, and is used as a Catholic Retreat. The Bartholomew Stovall Tricentennial was scheduled to be held on the grounds of Bartholomew's old farm in Aug 1984, marking the 300th anniversary of his arrival in America.




Notes for Ann Burton:

Per Burton Chronicles, Anne Burton and Bartholomew Stovall obtained their marriage license in Henrico Co, VA on August 6, 1693. Her step-father, John Stewart, signed as security. See Henrico Records V, page 435. Bartholomew and Anne had the following children:
Bartholomew Stovall
George Stovall
Thomas Stovall
William Stovall
Margaret Stovall married a Wyles


More About Ann Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1678, Va968,969,970
Died 2: Aft. 1705, Va971,972,973

More About Bartholomew Stovall and Ann Burton:
Marriage: August 08, 1693, Henrico Co Va

Children of Bartholomew Stovall and Ann Burton are:
i. Hannah Stovall974,975,976, born Abt. 1699 in Va977,978,979; died June 19, 1773 in Va980,981,982; married (1) Luke Wilde; born Abt. 1699983,984,985; died Aft. 1720986,987,988; married (2) John Learwood; born Abt. 1699989,990,991; died Aft. 1720992,993,994.

Notes for John Learwood:
Most published sources show, erroneously, that Hannah Stovall died 1749, unmarried, Lunnenburg Co., Va. However, a deed discovered in 1982, disproves this and established the fact that she was married to Learwood and was the dau of Bartholomew Stovall. (Deed book, pp. 408-9, Grantedd Index for Sanders/Saunders. R-29, Vol. 4, No. 2) The Hannah Stovall who died in 1749, Lunnenburg Co., Va, unmarried, has yet to be identified.



ii. John Stovall995,996,997, born Abt. 1702 in Va998,999,1000; died July 09, 1781 in Nc1001,1002,1003; married Dorcas Dorcus; born Abt. 17021004,1005,1006; died Aft. 17241007,1008,1009.

Notes for John Stovall:
D. A. R. Patriot


iii. Hagar Stovall1010,1011,1012, born Abt. 1697 in Va1013,1014,1015; died October 07, 1723 in Va1016,1017,1018; married William Tabor; born 1671 in Va1019,1020,1021; died January 26, 1712/13 in Va1022,1023,1024.
130 iv. Thomas Stovall, born Abt. 1705 in Va; died Aft. 1740 in Va; married Elizabeth Betty Owen Abt. 1731 in Va.
v. Bartholomew Jr Stovall1025,1026,1027, born Abt. 1707 in Va1028,1029,1030; died Abt. 1777 in Va1031,1032,1033; married Mary Hughes; born Abt. 17071034,1035,1036; died Aft. 17271037,1038,1039.
vi. Elizabeth Stovall1040,1041,1042, born Abt. 1708 in Va1043,1044,1045; died Aft. 17081046,1047,1048

Notes for Elizabeth Stovall:
Margaret is considered to be a daughter of Bartholomew from inferences in legal documents.


vii. William Stovall1049,1050,1051, born May 08, 1736 in Va1052,1053,1054; died Aft. 17561055,1056,1057; married Judith Twitty; born Abt. 17361058,1059,1060; died Aft. 17561061,1062,1063.
viii. Margaret Stovall1064,1065,1066, born Abt. 1738 in Va1067,1068,1069; died Abt. 17491070,1071,1072; married Luke Wilde; born Abt. 16991073,1074,1075; died Aft. 17201076,1077,1078.

More About Luke Wilde:
Date born 2: Abt. 17381079,1080,1081
Died 2: Aft. 17581082,1083,1084


262. Richard Owens1085,1086,1087, born Abt. 1679 in Va1088,1089,1090; died Aft. 1705 in Va1091,1092,1093. He married 263. Elizabeth.
263. Elizabeth1094,1095,1096, born Abt. 1683 in Va1097,1098,1099; died 1705 in Va1100,1101,1102.

Child of Richard Owens and Elizabeth is:
131 i. Elizabeth Betty Owen, born Abt. 1705 in Va; died Aft. 1740 in Va; married Thomas Stovall Abt. 1731 in Va.


264. George Keesee1103,1104,1105, born 1678 in Va1106,1107,1108; died Aft. 17411109,1110,1111.

Notes for George Keesee:
, the case for a particular George Keesee as ancestor of Richard and the others is unproven, being based on circumstantial evidence. I'm not saying it's not true, but simply that there may be problems deriving from the propensity of sons being given the same names as other members of the family and deriving from the inherent paucity of early records. What is proven is that there was a George Keesey, whose estate was administered by a Richard Keesee, in King George County, Virginia, recorded April 2, 1742 [King George County Inventory Book #1, pp. 266-268, according to Vincent A. Keesee's 1990 book]. But I have not personally examined all the evidence and concluded for myself that there was only one George and only one Richard Keesee who were the ancestors of this line. For this, I am relying on the evidence provided by others, cited here.

"The first Keesee who can be documented in Virginia was George who arrived about 1700. There are only four references to him in the colonial records but from these we are able to assemble the basic outline of his life. The first mention occured June 29, 1721 [Westmoreland County Ordinance Book, 1721+]. . . . [I]t does serve to establish his existence in Westmoreland County and probably indicates that he had become of legal age. . . . In the same year, on September 6th, George Keesee was named as both executor [along with John Steel] and as a legatee in the will of Susannah Baker, Westmoreland County widow [on p. 5, VAK explains that SB was the widow of John Baker, and he postulates that GK was an indentured servant for John and Susannah, based on the 40 acre bequest--"the standard settlement on an indentured servant after the completion of his duties." VAK also notes that John Baker "employed a large number of indentured servants and was frequently involved in legal battles over their service." ]

[SB's will is found in Westmoreland County Ordinance Book, July 23, 1721 and, VAK states, "the orginal clearly states George Keesee" although the name is given incorrectly in Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800 by Benjamin B. Weisigner, III.]

"The Will of Susannah Baker suggests several things about the life of George Keesee. It establishes him in 1721 as a man of some responsibility and integrity, at least in the eyes of Mrs. Baker, who named him executor of her will. It also tends to confirm the family tradition that he was a Quaker. The reference to John Steel and George Keesee [in SB's will] as "my well beloved friends" may be an allusion to their Quaker faith, since 'friend' was the usual address for Quakers. The Quakers were persecuted in Virginia prior to 1750 and had to be discreet in public references. Tradition has it that George Keesee was associated with William Frayser, Quaker leader who came from Inverness, Scotland to Virginia in 1700. The families were united, when Keesee's grandson, George II, married Frayser's granddaughter, Fannie. [Footnote states that William Frayser's Henrico County Will (March 1733) names wife and children, and that Fannie Frayser (Price) widow, married George Keesee II (son of Charles) in 1790.]

"Olivia Simmons Keesee in George Keesee, the Immigrant and Some of His Descendants identified him as 'a French Huguenot and a Quaker living in Henrico County, Virginia c. 1700' [citation to her manuscript, unpublished, c. 1935]. Arthur B. Clarke, in the Bullington Family Chart also described him as a 'Quaker from France, Henrico County, c. 1700' [citation to Clarke's unpublished 1917 manuscript, revised 1929, found in the Virginia State Library]. Unfortunately there are errors in both accounts of the family. They confused the family of George Keesee with that of his son, Charles. There is no evidence that George lived in Henrico County, and he is documented only in Westmoreland County (later divided into King George Co.). Charles Keesee DID live in Henrico, and he was an ACKNOWLEDGED Quaker leader in that county. Mrs. Keesee lists George's children as: George II, Thomas, John, Charles, Mildred and another daughter name unknown. These children (and others) are correctly given a the children of Charles Keesee in the White Oak Swamp Minute Book. Clarke made the same mistake of naming the children of Charles as belonging to George.

"In 1721 Westmoreland County was divided. George Keesee's property lines fell within newly formed King George County. George died in 1741 without making a will. We do not have a record of his wife's name, although we know he left at least four sons, George, Richard, John and Charles. Richard may have been the oldest since he was named an administrator of his father's estate.
'Administration on the estate of George Keesey is granted to Richard Keesey who gave bond in the sum of 150 pounds with Henry Drake, his security [footnote cites King George County Inventory Book #1, pp. 266-268].'

"On April 2, 1742, the inventory was completed and recorded. While the estate was of modest value, there were a number of unusual items listed that lead to speculation on George Keesee's life. For example, the case and bottles, the plaster pottle [footnote says a pottle was a measure equal to 1/2 gallon] and parcel of bottles and vials may have been used in the practice of medicine. (At least one grandson, Arthur, was a medical doctor.) The silver headed cane, knee buckles, amber bracelet and gold ring are unexpected 'vanities' in a Quaker household, and one is pleased to note the evidence of pets: tame deer and a bird cage. The complete inventory follows: [see VAK's book, pp. 10-11].

More About George Keesee:
Religion: Quaker?

Children of George Keesee are:
2 i. John2 Keesee2, died Aft. 17853.
Notes for John Keesee:
Vincent A. Keesee, The Keesee Family in Pittsylvania County, Virginia (Tifton, GA: by the author, 1980), pp. 12-13:

"I have almost no information on John Keesee, other than the fact that he served as executor of his brother George's estate. Since George died without male heirs, presumably it was John's sons who carried on the Keesee family name in Caroline-Essex County. Without attempting to establish continuity of the family-line I am including all the information I have gathered of the Keesees in this county. . . ."


+ 3 ii. Richard Keesee, born ca. 1720 in Westmoreland County (later King George), Virginia; died ca. 1793 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
+ 4 iii. George Keesee, born ca. 1722 in King George County, Virginia; died 1784.
+ 5 iv. Charles Keesee, born ca. 1724 in King George County, Virginia; died Aft. 1789.


Child of George Keesee is:
132 i. Richard Keesee, born Abt. 1700; died March 09, 1789 in Pittsylvania Co Va; married Ann Fisk.


272. Sr Moses Baker1112, born 1660 in Virginia1112; died Bef. 1693 in Isle Of Wight, Virginia1112. He married 273. Elizabeth.
273. Elizabeth1112, born 1660; died Aft. 1684.

More About Sr Moses Baker:
Ancestral File Number: 31201112
Baptism (LDS): Submitted1112
Endowment (LDS): Submitted1112

Notes for Elizabeth:
[peleg baker.ged]

Still Living.

Children of Moses Baker and Elizabeth are:
i. Hannah Baker1112, born 1684; died Aft. 1684.

Notes for Hannah Baker:
[peleg baker.ged]

Still Living.

136 ii. Moses Baker, born Bef. 1682 in Of, , Elizabeth City, VA; died Aft. 1710 in Chowan, NC; married Elizabeth Brown June 12, 1694 in Elizabeth City, VA.


416. Edward Eastham, born 1660 in Old Rappahannock Co., VA; died 1725 in Essex Va. He was the son of 832. Edward Esthome Eastham. He married 417. Ann Taylor 1701 in New Kent Co Va.
417. Ann Taylor, born January 12, 1684/85; died 1718 in Caroline or King William Co., Virginia. She was the daughter of 834. James Taylor and 835. Mary Lee Gregory.

Notes for Edward Eastham:
Edward EASTHAM JR (Edward (Essom) EASTHAM1) was born BET 1660 AND 1680 in ,Rappahannock,VA, and died AFT 1725 in ,Essex,VA. He married Ann TAYLOR ABT 1701 in ,Essex,VA, daughter of James TAYLOR and Mary Bishop GREGORY. She was born 12 JAN 1685 in ,Caroline,VA, and died ABT 1718 in ,King & Queen,VA.
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More About Edward Eastham and Ann Taylor:
Marriage: 1701, New Kent Co Va

Child of Edward Eastham and Ann Taylor is:
208 i. George Edward Eastham, born 1705 in Old Rappahannock Lunenburg Co., Virginia; died 1756 in Spotsylvania Va; married Mary Bird 1727 in NewKent Co Va.


418. Robert Bird, born 1657 in King & Queen Co., VA; died Aft. 1710 in King & Queen Co., VA. He married 419. Susannah Clark October 11, 1675 in King & Queen Co., VA.
419. Susannah Clark, born 1665 in England; died Aft. 1710. She was the daughter of 838. Humphery Clark and 839. Jane.

More About Robert Bird and Susannah Clark:
Marriage: October 11, 1675, King & Queen Co., VA

Child of Robert Bird and Susannah Clark is:
209 i. Mary Bird, born 1710; died April 1756 in Spotsylvania Va; married George Edward Eastham 1727 in NewKent Co Va.


420. John Zachary, born 1700; died Aft. 1722. He married 421. Elenor.
421. Elenor, born 1700; died Aft. 1722.

Child of John Zachary and Elenor is:
210 i. John Zachary, born 1722; died 1835 in Pulaski Co ky; married Ann Taylor.


422. Win Taylor, born 1700; died Aft. 1732.

Child of Win Taylor is:
211 i. Ann Taylor, born Abt. 1722; died Aft. 1762; married John Zachary.


426. Joseph Mason1113, born March 1687/88 in Hartford, Hartford, CT, USA1113; died 1773 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113. He married 427. Mary January 08, 1712/13 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113.
427. Mary1113, born 1692 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113; died February 10, 1787 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113.

More About Joseph Mason and Mary:
Marriage: January 08, 1712/13, Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113

Children of Joseph Mason and Mary are:
i. Mary Mason1113, born August 30, 1715 in Hartford, Hartford, CT, USA1113
ii. John Mason1113, born August 06, 1717 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113; died January 26, 17551113
iii. Hannah Mason1113, born January 06, 1718/19 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113; died 1720 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
iv. Joseph Jr Mason1113, born November 17, 1725 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113; died March 20, 1772 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
v. Lydia Mason1113, born April 13, 1728 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
vi. Ruth Mason1113, born June 22, 1730 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
vii. Jonathan Mason1113, born March 24, 1732/33 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
viii. Joshua Mason1113, born July 19, 1736 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA1113
213 ix. Abigal Mason, born March 19, 1722/23 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT, USA; died Aft. 1760 in Virginia, USA; married James Denham Bef. 1739.


432. Sr. John Colyer1114, born March 03, 1683/84 in King and Queen Co., Va.1115,1116; died March 24, 1734/35 in King and Queen County, Virginia1117,1118. He was the son of 864. Charles Colyer and 865. Mary Eyers. He married 433. Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger February 03, 1705/06 in King and Queen County, Virgin1119,1120.
433. Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger1120, born May 03, 1685 in Gloucester, Co., Va.1121,1122; died April 03, 1709 in King & Queen Co., Va.1123,1124. She was the daughter of 866. Francis Ironmonger and 867. Elizabeth.

Notes for Sr. John Colyer:
John was a Planter and owned "Porto Bello', York Co., Virginia.
In 1707 according to Crozieer, John Colyer was a captain in the Infantry of King and Queen County. In 1711, Queen Ann granted him land in King and Queen County "for diverse good causes and considerations". The Colyers were of noble descent and trace their ancestry even to the Crusades. All of the Virginia Colyers were Whigs during the Revolution. Saunders refers to the fact that during the war, "Sir George Collier, Rear Admiral of the British Navy, was shelling the coast of Rhode Island while his American cousins, the Colyers of Virginia, were shedding their blood in defense of the Colonies." Reserach: Crozier, Wm. A., F.R.S., Virginia Colonial Militia,
1651-1776. The Genealogical Assoc., New York, p. 97.

Note: A John Collier (Lieutenant, listed notes, "Earl of Halifax", and wife arrived in this country
aboard the "Beaufort", June 1749 at Halifax, Nova Scotia

John COLYER , Sr. (Charles COLYER6, William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 3 MAR 1684/85 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 24 MAR 1734/35 in King and Queen County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth BALLARD 31 DEC 1704, daughter of Thomas BALLARD. She was born 31 DEC 1685, and died 25 OCT 1705. He married Elizabeth Gaines IRONMONGER 2 FEB 1705/06, daughter of Francis IRONMONGER and ELIZABETH. She was born 3 MAY 1685 in Gloucester, Co., Va., and died 3 APR 1709 in King & Queen Co., Va.. He married Nancy Ann EPPES 6 OCT 1713 in Wyanoke Charles City, VA, daughter of Francis EPPES. She was born 3 FEB 1695/96.

Children of John COLYER , Sr. and Elizabeth Gaines IRONMONGER are:+ 2 i. John COLYER was born 28 FEB 1706/07 in Madison or Henry or King & Queens Co., Va., and died 1765 in Colliers Creek, Augusta Co., VA.
3 ii. Elizabeth COLYER was born 1709, and died 1 DEC 1709.


Children of John COLYER , Sr. and Nancy Ann EPPES are: 4 i. Judith COLYER. She married Benjamin HICKS.
+ 5 ii. Thomas COLYER was born 1 DEC 1714, and died 1750.
6 iii. Francis COLYER was born 1716, and died 2 DEC 1734.
7 iv. Henry Isham COLYER was born 1718, and died 21 MAY 1719.
+ 8 v. Cornelius COLYER was born 16 NOV 1720 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 9 MAR 1810 in Abbeville District, South Carolina.
+ 9 vi. Mary COLYER was born 1722 in King and Queen Co., Va, and died AFT. 1746.
10 vii. William COLYER was born 10 FEB 1723/24 in Surrey Co., VA, and died 1815. He married Frances CARTER.
11 viii. James COLYER was born 1726.
12 ix. Eppes COLYER was born 1728, and died 1758.
+ 13 x. Benjamin COLYER was born 1 JAN 1729/30.
+ 14 xi. Frances COLYER was born ABT. 1735 in King and Queen Co., Va, and died 24 MAR 1762.





More About Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger:
Name 2: Gaines1124
Date born 2: 1690
Died 2: Aft. 1710

Marriage Notes for John Colyer and Elizabeth Ironmonger:
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John Collier, Sr., was a vestryman, and in a list of King and Queen militia, June 12, 1707, was a captain of foot. This is also shown by a patent he had for 103 acres in King and Queen in 1711. The "Colonial Families of the Southern States" says that Capt. John Collier married, (1) Elizabeth Ballard, daughter of Capt. Thomas Ballard, a Burgess from James City County in 1666; (2) a Miss Gaines; and (3) Nancy, daughter of Col. Francis Eppes. The authority for these marriages is not given, but the will of his son, John, Jr., would seem to bear out the last two, as he mentions his "sister-in-law" (step-sister) Martha Gaines, which indicates that the second wife was a Mrs. Gaines instead of Miss Gaines; he also mentions his mother-in-law
(step-mother) Ann Collier--the names Ann and Nancy often being applied to the same person. A suit in the old General Court records for 1722 shows that John Collier, Jun's. mother was a daughter of Francis and Elizabeth Ironmonger; so if Capt. John married Elizabeth Ballard, Mrs. Gaines and Ann Eppes, he must have had four wives. Mary Collier, said to have been a daughter of Capt. John by his last wife, Ann Eppes, married Robert Carter and had issue, three sons and three daughters. Taken from "The Descendants of Captain Carter".


More About John Colyer and Elizabeth Ironmonger:
Marriage: February 03, 1705/06, King and Queen County, Virgin1125,1126

Children of John Colyer and Elizabeth Ironmonger are:
216 i. Jr. John Colyer, born February 28, 1706/07 in Madison or Henry or King & Queens Co., Va; died Aft. 1765 in Colliers Creek, Augusta Co., VA; married Elizabeth Meredith 1739 in Hanover Co., VA.
ii. Elizabeth Colyer1126, born 17091127,1128; died 17091129,1130


434. Samuel Meredith, born 1682; died Aft. 1707. He married 435. Ann Colyer.
435. Ann Colyer, born 1686; died Aft. 1707.

Child of Samuel Meredith and Ann Colyer is:
217 i. Elizabeth Meredith, born Abt. 1707 in Hanover Co., VA; died Aft. 1765; married Jr. John Colyer 1739 in Hanover Co., VA.


448. Robert I Hudson, born Abt. 1662 in Henrico County, VA; died Aft. 1734 in Chesterfield Co Va. He was the son of 896. Richard Hudson II and 897. Mary Bowman. He married 449. Mary Ferguson in Va.
449. Mary Ferguson, born 1663 in Va; died Aft. 1720 in Chesterfield Co Va.

Notes for Robert I Hudson:
These Hudson's are descendants of Robert Hudson, I of Chesterfield
County, Virginia. Thus they are referred to as the HUDSONS OF
CHESTERFIELD.
Robert Hudson died between 1733 & 1734. Source: Jennifer Hudson Taylor

Notes for Mary Ferguson:
Mary - Surname possibly spelled FFARGUSON. Source: The Hudsons of
Dickson Co., TN received from Mr. Van. A. Hudson via the internet.




More About Robert Hudson and Mary Ferguson:
Marriage: Va

Child of Robert Hudson and Mary Ferguson is:
224 i. Peter Hudson, born Abt. 1700 in Henrico County, VA; died October 07, 1762 in Halifax County, VA; married Mrs. Martha Pride August 20, 1723.


Generation No. 10

512. Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton, born Abt. 1634 in England; died April 01, 1686 in Cobbs Chesterfield Co Va. He was the son of 1024. Richard Burton and 1025. Katherine Christain. He married 513. Susannah Hatcher 1663 in Henrico Co Va.
513. Susannah Hatcher, born Abt. 1646 in Henrico Co Va; died Abt. 1668 in Va1131. She was the daughter of 1026. William Hatcher and 1027. Mary Ward.

Notes for Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton:
Thomas came to America in 1656 and lived at Cobbs, Chesterfield Co Va. His home was known as the Bolling home. Thomas left it to his son, John, who sold it to Bolling family in 1704.

He owned Cobbs Plantation, thus called "Thomas of Cobbs".
Source: "A History of a Colonial Land Patent" 1639-1864 Ancestral Home of Thomas Burton from 1656-1685
In 1656, Robert Cobbs sold the same 350 acres to Michael Masters in turn surrendered the 350 acres to Thomas & John Burton. (Will & Deed Books, Henrico Co., Va. / transcript)
p 265 At Court at Fort Henry Jan 15, 1656
Present : Col. Abraham Wood, Mr Wm. Baugh. Mr Wm Walthall and me George Worsham, Commissioners
I John, Knight, etc. grant to Ambrose Cobbs. 350 acres on Appomattox River in Henrico, Co. bounded on south by the main river, west by land of Mr John Baugh, north by the main woods Signed : Thos Brerton
"extracted from the records of Bristol Parrish by Nich. Dison. C. Cur."
Recorded 1 Feb. 1683 at request of Thomas Burton.

Thomas Burton is our Colonial ancestor in Virginia. From the evidence it appears that the John Burton referred to above is the brother of Thomas Burton. However, in the sequence of deeds to follow, John does not appear as a grantor. Thus in May, 1656 Thomas Burton became the owner of "Cobbs". Subsequently he was known as Thomas Burton of Cobbs. John Burton settled 8-10 miles to the north on land patents north of the James River and his decendants form a long family of Burtons throughout the south somewhat parallel to our own. John Burton's plantation was called "Longfield".
By the time Thomas Burton became established at "Cobbs", the Colonial government was functioning and the tobacco trade flourished. Increasingly, however, the colonist began to resist English taxation and repression and by 1776 Bacon's Rebellion and the Mecklenburg Declaration evidenced the Revolutionary War to follow.
"Cobbs" was located in an area strategic to both sides in the revolution. In 1781 both Lafayette and Cornwallis passed through or within a few miles of Cobbs, prior to the siege and surrender of British forces at Yorktown.
From 1636 to 1865, "Cobbs" was in the very center of Colonial expansion and the formation of our nation. Indian massacres, revolution, Constitutional government, the War of 1812, and the War between the States all occured at sites near or within the confines of the Estate. Within 25 miles lay the Jamestown Colony, Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Richmond. The owners and occupants of this remarkable Estate were a cross section of pioneers, adventurers, merchants, planters, statesmen, hunters and war heroes; and not the least of these was our forefather, THOMAS BURTON, OF " COBBS".

In a will recorded 1 Feb, 1685, Thomas Burton leaves 100 acres each to his sons, Thomas, John, Abraham and Issac. Note that the original 350 acres has become 400 acres. We do not know if 50 acres were acquired after 1656 or if the descriptions were general in nature.
In 1735, Issac Burton sold his 100 acres to Hohn Bolling, son of John Bolling of Cobbs, and thus the last Burton in our family line left "Cobbs".
John Bolling purchased "Cobbs" in Nov, 1704 from John Burton, the land consisting of 300 acres. The descendants of John Bolling were distinguished and active in Military, Commerce and the Political development of Virginia. John Bolling was born in 1676 and died in 1709. He was the great grandson of Rolfe & Pocahontas and carried on a lively trade with the Indians. He was buried at Cobbs and his marker was surrounded by a stone wall.
John Bolling was born in 1676 and died in 1709. In 1622 a band of Indians led by Chief Opechancanough led an uprising that massacred 347 colonist, one third of the settlers in Va. In addition to Jamestown to the south, Henricus, several miles to the north of "Cobbs" suffered a severe loss of life.
During the War of 1812, the French Navy controlled the Chesapeake Bay area. From Feb 1813 to July 1815, there were few land engagements near Cobbs, but the French did carry out limited foraging expeditions along the banks of the James and Appomattox Rivers. During one of these expeditions the Cobbs Estate was overun. The outbuildings and grain storage buildings were burned, but the Mansion and the family grave areas were spared.
The Burton decendants were moving west to Amelia County and Meckenburg as the Civil War neared. Almost all Burtons were slave holders and caught up in the turmoil of the growing conflict over states's rights and slavery and the call for secession from the Union.
"Ochre", first used as war paint by the indians, was mined at Cobbs. This was in trade by the subsequent owners of "Cobbs" until ca. 1900.

More About Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton:
Immigration: 1665, Va

Notes for Susannah Hatcher:
There are descendants of Anne Burton who married 1693, Bartholomew Stovall of Henrico County, Va. who have been admitted to the Colonial Dames of the XV11 Century through the line of Allen as shown by Worth Ray. The ascent is as follows: Anne Burton, dau of Thomas Burton who married Susannah, dau of Valentine Allen and Mary Page. (?) The ever frustrating thing about Ray is that he so often fails to give dates or any kind of references, but because it is published, it has been accepted without question to the fact. There are others who claim Susannah was a Hatcher. (as in this file) They are as convinced as those who say she was Allen.
Dr. Philip Burton of Fort Myers, Fl who has done a great deal of research on the Burton family and it was his opinion that Susannah probably was a Hatcher, but that neither he nor any careful genealogist known to him could give a satisfactory and final answer to the question.
In 1951, it was shown that Susannah Hatcher, born 1650, dau of Edward Hatcher and Mary Ward, who was the dau of Seth Ward. No proven facts to this. so, Hatcher or Allen? Stands as Hatcher until farther proven incorrect!

The origin of Susannah as being Susannah Allen, the daughter of Valentine Allen posibly originated with, or was compounded by, Worth Ray in Tennessee Cousins, pages 636-639. This assumption left much to be desired in the way of reference to primary references or sufficient logic to support this parentage.

Perhaps the most analytical and complely unbiased examination of the controversity was an in depth study 'Burton-Aller/Hatcher Anthology' by Glenn M. Turnell, FAS wich appeared in the Colonial Genealogist Vol I no 4 pp 204-8 which ended "...my conclusion is that Ann Burton Stovall was the daughter of Thomas Burton (Sr) and Susannah Hatcher.

One of the most convincing items of evidence proving that Susannah was the daughter of William Hatcher was the will (Will & Deed Book Part 1 page 125, Henrico Co VA; recorded 4/1/1680) of William Hatcher wherein he bequeathed substantial property to Thomas Burton Jr (his grandson). It should be noted that William Hatcher's will mentioned Thomas Burton Jr and that Valentine Allen's will listed only Allens! Not Burtons!

There were also strong geographical reasons to discredit Allen and reinforce Hatcher.

The preponderance of evidence supported by chronological sequences, historical fact and geography indicate that the wife of Thomas Burton was Susannah Hatcher, daughter of William Hatcher.

"It is generally agreed now that the maiden name of Susannah, wife of Thomas Burton, was HATCHER, the d/o William Hatcher. William Hatcher named Thomas Burton, Jr in his will; he was to receive one year schooling, etc.
There have been several articles written on this subject. I understand this lineage has been accepted by the Jamestowne Society. Harrisons's book on Burtons is very helpful in some ways, but there are many errors in it.


In William Hatcher's will, Henrico co, Deeds & Wills Bk. 1, pgs 121-123, made 1676/7, Wm. gave "unto Thomas Burton, Junior the plantation Betweene the land of Mr. Henry Lound & the land of Gilbert Elam", "a years schooling & clothes till he arrives to age of 17 yrs", as well as several other items. In the will of Thomas Burton, Sr, Henrico Co. Will Bk 1, pg 351, among his heirs was "his oldest son Thomas Burton". In estate settlement papers, Thomas Sr's wife was named as Susannah.
There was an article called "Burton-Allen/Hatcher Anthology" which appeared in The Colonial Genealogist, Vol. X, #4, pgs 204-208 which may explain this better than I can here. Also some articles on this subject appeared in "The Stovall Journal" in Feb. & May, 1994.
I don't know who the wife of John Burton of Longfield was; I've heard it was Mary Cocke or Cox, but don't know if this ever proven or not. And I have never seen proof that Thomas of Cobbs & John of Longfield were sons of Richard Burton. I would like to know the source of this information, too." Source Vivian Creeden.

"Susannah Hatcher is concluded to be the wife of Thomas Burton of Cobb's. Info that he mar Susannah Allen, dau of Valentine Allen is pure garbage put out by Worth Ray in his 1929 "Tennessee Cousins". Valentine Allen never had a dau named Susannah to start with"

Source Robert Quinn


Data on children of Thomas and Susanna from "Burton and Hatcher Ancestry of Ann Burton Stovall".

On 13 Dec 1681 Thomas Burton made gifts of cattle and swine to his sons, John and Abraham Burton, and on 1 Jan 1685/6 he made a deed of gift of land to his four sons, Thomas (eldest), John, Isaac, and Abraham (youngest). Within a month he was dead and his widow, Susannah, was granted administration of his intestate estate on 1 Feb 1685/86. An estate inventory was filed 1 Apr 1686. Estate debts were paid by 1 Dec 1686.
On 1 Dec 1699 Susannah renounced dower on 100 acres sold by John Steward to Michael Turpin.

Source Ann Maloney

More About Susannah Hatcher:
Date born 2: Abt. 1646

More About Thomas Burton and Susannah Hatcher:
Marriage: 1663, Henrico Co Va

Children of Thomas Burton and Susannah Hatcher are:
i. Thomas Jr Burton, born 1664; died 1691; married Elizabeth Buchanan; born Abt. 1664; died Abt. 1691.

Notes for Thomas Jr Burton:
Thomas received 226 acres of land devised for life from his grandfather, William Hatcher, the emigrant. After Thomas's death in 1691, Edward, son of William petitioned the court for the return of the land. The land was delivered to Edward. Thomas had no children from his marriage to Elizabeth.


256 ii. John of Cobbs Burton, born 1666 in Henrico Co Va; died 1754 in Dale Parish Chesterfield Co Va; married (1) Judith Nunsry; married (2) Susan Elizabeth Fowler March 12, 1687/88 in Henrico County, Virginia; married (3) Elizabeth Bevin Abt. 1728.
iii. Isaac Burton, born 16671131; died 17461131

Notes for Isaac Burton:
"Burton and Hatcher Ancestry of Ann Burton Stovall"
Isaac sold his 100 acres of "Cobbs" that he received from his father to John Bolling. No probate record and no clear record of marriage or issue.

iv. Abraham Sr Burton, born 1669 in Henrico Co Va; died January 14, 1735/36 in Deep Creek, Amelia Co., Virginia; married Ann Sarah Featherstone February 01, 1691/92 in Henrico Co Va; born 1669; died January 17, 1744/45 in Amelia Co., Virginia.

Notes for Abraham Sr Burton:
Will dated 5/13/1736, proved in AmeliaCo, VA 1/14/1736


More About Abraham Burton and Ann Featherstone:
Marriage: February 01, 1691/92, Henrico Co Va

261 v. Ann Burton, born Abt. 1664 in Va; died Aft. 1738 in Henrico Co Va; married (1) Bartholomew Stovall August 08, 1693 in Henrico Co Va; married (2) John M Saunders Abt. 1725.


514. Samuel Sr Fowler1132,1133,1134, born Abt. 16461135,1136,1137; died Aft. 16661138,1139,1140.

Child of Samuel Sr Fowler is:
257 i. Susan Elizabeth Fowler, born Abt. 1666; died 1757 in Dale Parish Chesterfield Co Va; married John of Cobbs Burton March 12, 1687/88 in Henrico County, Virginia.


518. William Bevin, born Abt. 1650; died Aft. 1680. He married 519. Elizabeth Gilliam.
519. Elizabeth Gilliam, born Abt. 1650; died Aft. 1680.

Child of William Bevin and Elizabeth Gilliam is:
259 i. Elizabeth Bevin, born Abt. 1680; died Aft. 1728; married (1) Thomas Payne; married (2) John of Cobbs Burton Abt. 1728.


520. George Stovall1141,1142,1143, born 1640 in England1144,1145,1146; died November 08, 1685 in England1147,1148,1149. He was the son of 1040. George Sr Stovall and 1041. Margarite Farley. He married 521. Joan November 08, 1665 in England.
521. Joan1150,1151,1152, born Abt. 1642 in England1153,1154,1155; died Abt. 1675 in England1156,1157,1158.

More About George Stovall and Joan:
Marriage: November 08, 1665, England

Children of George Stovall and Joan are:
260 i. Bartholomew Stovall, born June 24, 1665 in Albury England; died Abt. 1721 in Va; married Ann Burton August 08, 1693 in Henrico Co Va.
ii. George Stovall1159,1160,1161, born Abt. 1667 in England1162,1163,1164; died Aft. 16671165,1166,1167


832. Edward Esthome Eastham, born 1623 in England; died 1705 in Va. He was the son of 1664. John Eastham and 1665. Mary Philpot.

Notes for Edward Esthome Eastham:
Children
George EASTHAM b: ABT 1663 in ,Rappahannock,VA
Edward EASTHAM JR b: BET 1660 AND 1680 in ,Rappahannock,VA
Elizabeth EASTHAM b: ABT 1680 in ,,VA
Mary EASTHAM b: ABT 1680 in ,,VA
Thomas EASTHAM b: ABT 1680 in ,,VA
Henry EASTHAM b: ABT 1680 in ,,VA
Name in the old country was Essom or Eson.

Volume 3 DAR library -- Eastham Historical Society 08801



Child of Edward Esthome Eastham is:
416 i. Edward Eastham, born 1660 in Old Rappahannock Co., VA; died 1725 in Essex Va; married Ann Taylor 1701 in New Kent Co Va.


834. James Taylor, born February 12, 1618/19 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died April 30, 1698 in King & Queen Co., VA. He married 835. Mary Lee Gregory in Va.
835. Mary Lee Gregory, born 1625 in Old Rappahannock Co., VA; died Aft. 1645 in Orange Co. VA.

More About James Taylor and Mary Gregory:
Marriage: Va

Child of James Taylor and Mary Gregory is:
417 i. Ann Taylor, born January 12, 1684/85; died 1718 in Caroline or King William Co., Virginia; married Edward Eastham 1701 in New Kent Co Va.


838. Humphery Clark, born 1645; died Aft. 1665. He married 839. Jane.
839. Jane, born 1645; died Aft. 1665.

Child of Humphery Clark and Jane is:
419 i. Susannah Clark, born 1665 in England; died Aft. 1710; married Robert Bird October 11, 1675 in King & Queen Co., VA.


864. Charles Colyer1168, born May 01, 1660 in England1169,1170; died September 04, 1735 in King and Queen County, Virginia1171,1172. He was the son of 1728. William Colyer and 1729. Sallie Culliford. He married 865. Mary Eyers April 21, 1681 in King and Queen Co., Va.1173,1174.
865. Mary Eyers1174, born August 20, 1665 in King and Queen Co., Va.; died September 15, 1701 in King and Queen Co., Va.. She was the daughter of 1730. Robert Eyers and 1731. Mary.

Notes for Charles Colyer:
Charles COLYER (William COLYER5, Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1 MAY 1660 in England, and died 4 SEP 1735 in King and Queen County, Virginia. He married Mary EYERS 21 APR 1681 in King and Queen Co., Va., daughter of Robert EYERS and MARY. She was born 20 AUG 1665 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 15 SEP 1701 in King and Queen Co., Va..

Children of Charles COLYER and Mary EYERS are: 2 i. Charles COLYER was born 12 FEB 1682/83 in King and Queen Co., Va..
+ 3 ii. John COLYER , Sr. was born 3 MAR 1684/85 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 24 MAR 1734/35 in King and Queen County, Virginia.
4 iii. Robert COLYER was born 21 JAN 1686/87 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 20 FEB 1688/89.
5 iv. William COLYER was born 29 DEC 1688 in King & Queens Co., VA, and died NOV 1759.
6 v. Virginia COLYER was born 4 APR 1692 in King and Queen Co., Va., and died 3 JAN 1694/95.
7 vi. Thomas COLYER was born 31 DEC 1693 in King and Queen Co., Va..
8 vii. Mary COLYER was born 15 SEP 1695 in King and Queen Co., Va..
9 viii. Sarah COLYER was born 30 JUN 1698 in King and Queen Co., Va..





More About Charles Colyer and Mary Eyers:
Marriage: April 21, 1681, King and Queen Co., Va.1175,1176

Children of Charles Colyer and Mary Eyers are:
i. Charles Colyer1176, born 1684; died Aft. 1700.
ii. William Colyer1176, born 1685; died Aft. 1700.
iii. Robert Colyer1176, born 1686; died Aft. 1700.
iv. Thomas Colyer1176, born 1687; died Aft. 1700.
v. Mary Colyer1176, born 1688; died Aft. 1700.
vi. Sarah Colyer1176, born 1689; died Aft. 1700.
432 vii. Sr. John Colyer, born March 03, 1683/84 in King and Queen Co., Va.; died March 24, 1734/35 in King and Queen County, Virginia; married (1) Elizabeth Ballard December 31, 1704; married (2) Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger February 03, 1705/06 in King and Queen County, Virgin; married (3) Nancy Ann Eppes October 06, 1713 in Wyanoke Charles City, Va.


866. Francis Ironmonger, born Abt. 1665; died Aft. 1685. He married 867. Elizabeth.
867. Elizabeth, born Abt. 1665; died Aft. 1685.

Child of Francis Ironmonger and Elizabeth is:
433 i. Elizabeth Gaines Ironmonger, born May 03, 1685 in Gloucester, Co., Va.; died April 03, 1709 in King & Queen Co., Va; married Sr. John Colyer February 03, 1705/06 in King and Queen County, Virgin.


896. Richard Hudson II, born 1634 in Accomack Co Va; died October 25, 1669 in Henrico County, VA. He was the son of 1792. Richard Hudson I and 1793. Mary Hayes. He married 897. Mary Bowman 1658 in Accomack Co Va.
897. Mary Bowman, born 1640 in Va; died Aft. 1688 in Va. She was the daughter of 1794. Robert Bowman.

Notes for Richard Hudson II:
Richard HUDSON - His will, dated Oct. 25, 1669 at Roxdale, Henrico
Co., VA, names his three sons, who inherited the Hudson plantation.
Married about 1658, Accomack Co., VA.
Book entitled "Ye Kindome of Accawmacke or The Eastern Shore of
Virginia In The Seventeenth Century" by Jennings Cropper Wise on page 137
between March 11, 1651 and the next 30 days, 116 signatures were
collected from the people of Northampton County, VA, and RICHARD HUDSON
was among them. (NOTE: Since Richard Hudson 1st did not died until after
that date, this signature could actually be him or the 2nd.) SOURCE:
Jennifer Hudson Taylor.



Notes for Mary Bowman:
Mary BOWMAN - b. VA. Living in 1688. The Roxdale plantation may have
come to the Hudson family through Mary. She was sister of Robert, William
and John BOWMAN, and daughter of Robert BOWMAN, Sr. (d. Feb. 17, 1670/1,
Varine Parish, Bermuda Head, Henrico Co., VA). Source: The Hudsons of
Dickson Co., TN received from Mr. Van. A. Hudson via the internet.




More About Richard Hudson and Mary Bowman:
Marriage: 1658, Accomack Co Va

Child of Richard Hudson and Mary Bowman is:
448 i. Robert I Hudson, born Abt. 1662 in Henrico County, VA; died Aft. 1734 in Chesterfield Co Va; married Mary Ferguson in Va.


Generation No. 11

1024. Richard Burton, born 1580 in England; died Aft. 1650. He was the son of 2048. Francis Burton and 2049. Judith Allen. He married 1025. Katherine Christain March 03, 1622/23 in St Saviours Church London England.
1025. Katherine Christain, born Abt. 1590; died Aft. 1646.

Notes for Richard Burton:
This is said to be the parents of Thomas and John, but said by some to be impossible and needs to be researched! There is evidence of there being a skipped generation or an apparent error. Francis Burton also is listed as son?

"Tennessee Cousins" by Worth S. Ray - Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore Page 630: The Burtons of Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia came from DURHAM and YORKSHIRE, in England, to Virginia, early in the 17th century.


More About Richard Burton:
Immigration: Abt. 1650, Va

More About Richard Burton and Katherine Christain:
Marriage: March 03, 1622/23, St Saviours Church London England

Children of Richard Burton and Katherine Christain are:
i. Francis Burton, born Abt. 1630; died Aft. 1650.

Notes for Francis Burton:
Re: Descendants of Francis Burton
Posted by: Janice Mauldin Castleman Date: March 09, 2000 at 10:14:37
In Reply to: Descendants of Francis Burton by Janet Burton of 2184


She certainly has a nice site with lots of information. However, she has my line entered incorrectly - #14 Hutchins Burton. Here is the correct data (as I see it):
Descendants of Hutchins Burton
1 Hutchins BURTON b: April 09, 1694 in Henrico Co., VA d: 1763 in Henrico Co., VA
.. +Susanna Watson ALLEN b: May 17, 1700 in New Kent Co., VA d: 1795 in Henrico Co., VA Father: Samuel Allen, Jr. m: March 16, 1718/19 in New Kent Co., VA
.. 2 Samuel BURTON b: December 25, 1719 in Henrico Co., VA d: 1757 in Prince Edward Co., VA
.. 2 Drury BURTON b: November 23, 1721 in Henrico Co., VA
.. 2 Hutchins BURTON b: September 25, 1723 in Henrico Co., VA d: Abt. 1801 in Mecklenburg Co., VA
....... +Judith ALLEN b: Abt. 1718 in St. Peter's Parish, Henrico, VA Father: William Allen Mother: Hannah Watson m: March 16, 1741/42 in Goochland Co., VA
.. 2 David BURTON b: June 25, 1725 in Henrico Co., VA d: 1757
....... +Mary Wiltshire GROMARRIN b: Abt. 1728 m: 1750
.. 2 William Allen BURTON b: July 25, 1727 in Henrico Co., VA d: 1773 in Cumberland Co., VA
....... +Mary WALTHALL b: September 15, 1730 in Bristol Parish, VA Father: Richard Walthall Mother: Mary Unknown m: Abt. 1751
.. 2 Noel BURTON b: April 27, 1729 in Henrico Co., VA d: in Henrico Co., VA
....... +Mary UNKNOWN b: Abt. 1735 m: Abt. 1755
.. 2 Ann BURTON b: December 07, 1731 in Henrico Co., VA
....... +Anthony MATTHEWS b: Abt. 1725
.. 2 Charles BURTON b: May 04, 1734 in Henrico Co., VA d: Abt. 1801 in Spartanburg Co., SC (Charles and Mary Hunt Burton continues my line through their son David Burton)
....... +Mary HUNT b: Abt. 1735 in VA d: Abt. 1804 in Spartanburg Co., SC Father: George Hunt Mother: Frances Moore m: March 10, 1750/51 in Goochland Co., VA
.. 2 Robert BURTON b: December 04, 1736 in Henrico Co., VA d: Abt. 1806 in Madison Co., KY
.. 2 Susannah BURTON b: January 15, 1737/38 in Henrico Co., VA d: Bef. 1821 in Pittsylvania Co., VA
....... +William PRICE b: September 03, 1730 in Henrico Co., VA d: Abt. 1812 in Pittsylvania Co., VA Father: John Price Mother: Hannah Williamson m: March 29, 1752 in Henrico Co., VA
.. 2 Richard BURTON b: February 05, 1739/40 in Henrico Co., VA d: Abt. 1779 in Wilkes Co., NC
....... +Mary PLEASANTS b: Abt. 1739 in Cumberland Co., VA
.. 2 Julius BURTON b: October 22, 1742 in Henrico Co., VA d: Bef. 1790 in Mecklenburg Co.?, NC
....... +Rebekah CLAYTON b: Abt. 1743 m: March 10, 1763 in Goochland Co., VA

NOTES for Hutchins Burton:
Hutchins was born 09 Apr 1694, married 31 Mar 1719 (records of marriages in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA), and died 1763 in Henrico Co., VA.
His family resided at Westham (Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia), on the western side of what is now the city of Richmond. His first appearance in the records was in 1719 when he was appointed road surveyor "from William Gordons to Tuckahoe Bridge." The land patents to Hutchins Burton began on Sept. 5, 1723 (book 11, page 246) when he purchased 400 acres on the north side of James river. On Mar. 24, 1725, he secured by patent 400 more acres. On Aug. 1, 1735, he purchased 400 additional acres on the north side of James river. Benjamin Clark was a neighbor. During July 1745 he obtained land grants for 390 acres and another plot of 191 acres. There is evidence of many more land purchases and sales. He may have owned in excess of 2500 acres of land in Henrico and Cumberland Counties.
When he married in 1719, the record in St. Peter's Parish in New Kent County stated: "Mr. Hutchins Burton and Susanna Allen was married March ye 31st 1719". A copy of their Bible record is found in the Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. It is a poor, barely readable copy, #30346, listed under Burton-Price Family bible Records, Henrico & Pittsylvania Counties 1694-1779.
The book "The Allen Family of England....etc" by Richard Fenton Wicker, Jr. 1995, page 16, incorrectly gives information regarding Hutchens Burton, the husband of Judith Allen. Mr. Wicker claims that Hutchens' father was Abraham (1669-1736) and Mary (Bevill) Burton. He uses "TN Cousins, page 636) as a source saying that Abraham Burton was the son of Thomas and Susannah (Allen) Burton. I would believe that the Bible record quoted above was more accurate.
Of their many children, two were, according to court records, a cause of some concern and trouble for their parents. In Feb. 1762 Hutchins brought suit against Samuel (his son) and Mary Burton (widow of his son David) as executors of David Burton. In his will dated 1763, Hutchins left only five shillings to his son Samuel and made no mention of his grandson David. His will is found in loose leaf papers in the State Library at Richmond, VA.
The will of Hutchins Burton is found in Colonial Wills of Henrico Co., VA, Part 2 1737-1781 by Benjamin B. Weisiger III: "To son Samuel Burton, 5 shillings, to son Hutchins Burton 2 negroes, to son William Allen Burton 2 negroes, to son Noel Burton 90 acres on upper side of Westham Creek including plantation where he lives, cow and calf, 1 negro for life, and after his death to his daughter Ann Burton, to my son in law Anthony Mathews and to my daughter Ann Mathews, a negro man, also my negro woman Fillis for life, and 2 negroes to granddaughter Elizabeth Mathews and negro to granddaughter Susanna Mathews, to son Charles Burton, 2 negroes and 100 pounds of the money the land in Cumberland County sold for, to son Robert Burton 5 shillings, to son in law William Price and my daughter Susannah Price 6 negroes, and to said daughter a negro to be divided after her death, between her daughters Sarley, Susannah and Elizabeth, to son Richard Burton, 2 negroes and items; and if he dies, to my son Julius Burton, to son Julius Burton 2 negroes and items and if he dies to my son Richard Burton, to son Hutchins Burton 300 acres where he lives and 1/2 the mill, to son Julius, after death of his mother, all the other part of that tract where I live, about 400 acres to seel negro woman Doll, and divide money between my daughters Ann Mathews and Susannah Price, to Magdalene Burton, daughter of my son Hutchins Burton a cow and calf, to wife Susannah, house and plantation for life and negroes. Wife and sons Hutchins and William to be executors. Dated 09 May 1763. Witness: Wm. Street and Lewis Ball. Recorded 03 Oct. 1763.

More About Francis Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 16681177,1178,1179
Died 2: Aft. 16881180,1181,1182

ii. John of Longfield Burton, born 1629 in Longfield England; died 1689 in Henrico Co Va; married (1) Catherine Cocke 1642 in Charles City Va; born Abt. 1632; died Aft. 1642; married (2) Rachael Hutchins 1650 in Va; born Abt. 1632; died Aft. 1650; married (3) Elizabeth Elam 1660 in Va; born Abt. 16321183,1184,1185; died Aft. 16601186,1187,1188.

Notes for John of Longfield Burton:
John Burton and Thomas Burton were the two immigrant brothers who came to Charles City County, Va circa 1656. John Burton of "Longfield" and Thomas Burton of "Cobbs".

The following Burton landowners are listed in the 1780 Land Book of Mecklenburg, Va: Abraham Burton, 285 acres; Benjamin Burton, 100 acres; Hutchins Burton, 115 acres; Captain John Burton, 687acres; John Burton, 727 acres; Josiah Burton, 150 acres; Captain Peter Burton, 407 1/2 acres; Robert Burton, 500 acres; and Thomas Burton, 385 acres; All of them were the gr-grandchildren of the two immigrant brothers.

John signed his will Feb. 12, 1669. On March 22 1665 John patented Longfield which was 700 acres located on the north side of the James river in Henrico on the " Longfield" beside Cornelius Creek in Lily Valley, and about seven miles from the eastern limits of the present site of Richmond. This information was taken from Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia by Francis Burton Harrison

More About John Burton and Rachael Hutchins:
Marriage: 1650, Va

iii. Judith Burton, born Abt. 1633; died Aft. 1654; married William Hunt; born Abt. 1625; died Aft. 1676.
512 iv. Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton, born Abt. 1634 in England; died April 01, 1686 in Cobbs Chesterfield Co Va; married (1) Susannah Allen; married (2) Susannah Hatcher 1663 in Henrico Co Va.
v. Jane Burton, born Abt. 1640; died Aft. 1660; married (1) William Baugh; born Abt. 1640; died Aft. 1640; married (2) Able Gower; born Abt. 16401189,1190,1191; died Aft. 16601192,1193,1194.
vi. Robert Burton, born Abt. 1636; died Aft. 1636.
vii. Samuel Burton, born Abt. 1632; died Aft. 1632.
viii. Richard Burton, born Abt. 1638; died Aft. 1638.


1026. William Hatcher1195,1196,1197, born January 14, 1612/13 in England1198,1199,1200; died March 1679/80 in Henrico Co Va1201,1202,1203. He was the son of 2052. Thomas Hatcher and 2053. Catherine Reede. He married 1027. Mary Ward 1633 in England.
1027. Mary Ward1204,1205,1206, born Abt. 1613 in England1207,1208,1209; died Aft. 1699 in Henrico Co Va1210,1211,1212.

Notes for William Hatcher:
It is commonly believed that William Hatcher descended from the Careby Hatchers of Lincolnshire, England, and many books and family trees record this belief, some claiming his father to be a Thomas Hatcher, others claiming William Hatcher. But none can provide even a shred of documentation to support this claim.

After more than 10 years of researching the English records and documents, Emory Hatcher, through a professional British genealogist, has disproved all possible Hatcher males of the Careby Hatchers as the father of William with one exception. One Henry Hatcher simply disappears from the records after 1599. There is no evidence that this Henry is William's father, but because of the lack of records simply cannot be completely eliminated as a possibility.

There is recorded in Henrico County a deposition dated 1677 of William Hatcher then aged about sixty-three years, making his birth date c1613.

Deeds: Virginia Land Patent Book No 1, Part 1, p 40: 1 June 1636: William Hatcher is granted 200 ac HenricoCo on Appomatuck River "near to the land of Elizabeth Warde, widow", 50 for his personal adventures and 150 for transporting 3 persons including himself. Near to the land of Pearse and Mary Box.

From "Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666". These 3 importees were Alice Emmerton, Richard Radford, and John Winchester. And in 1637 William again imported 3 people: Benjamin Gregory, Thomas Browne, and Charles Howell.

Another source of controversy is the name of William's wife. She has been recorded as Mary, Sarah, Mary Sarah Smith, and Marion Newport. There has been no evidence found, to my knowledge, proving the name of William's wife. In June 1999 the Jamestown Society accepted the thesis of Jerry Proudfit of Atlanta, GA, that William was not married when he arrived in this country. His argument was based on the fact that had William arrived with a wife and child, Edward, who is believed to have been born in England c1633, William would have claimed an additional 100 acres for importing his wife and child. He did not do this. And no wife relinquished her dowry for these early land grants. This is the basis for correcting Edward's likely birthdate to 1637.

William received several grants for land. From "Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants", by Nell Marion Nugent, Vol 1; Virginia State Library and Archives, Richmond 1992: Patent Book 1, Part 1, page 433, July 10, 1637 shows 850 acres; Book 1, Part 2, page 559, May 29, 1638 shows 150 acres for transporting 3 persons; Book 6 page 529 shows 227 acres.

From "The Hatcher Family" by Rev. Francis Campbell Symonds, D. D.

William Hatcher came into this country about 1635 and figured conspicuously as a resident of Henrico. On June 1 1636 he received a patent for land for the importation of himself and three others into the colony. In the land grant office in Richmond are recorded the several grants of land issued to this William Hatcher, in Book 1, page 433, 850 acres; Book 1, page 559, 150 acres; Book 6 page 529, 227 acres. In their beginnings in Henrico, the Hatchers...were very well to do people. William Hatcher, the immigrant became a member of the House of Burgesses from the County of Henrico and served in that capacity in 1644,1645,1646,1649,and 1652. Colonial Virginia Register, p. 65; 5 V. 98.

At the beginning of the Session of November 1654, the House of Burgesses made the following order: " Whereas Col. Edward Hill, unanimously chosen speaker of this house, was afterwards maliciously reported by William Hatcher to be an atheist and blasphemer..... and forasmuch as the said William Hatcher... hath also reported, that the mouth of this house was a Devil....It is therefore ordered by this house, that the said William Hatcher, upon his knees, make an humble acknowledgement of his offence unto the said Col. Edward Hill and Burgesses of this Assembly; which accordingly was performed, and then he, the said Hatcher, dismist paying his fees."

William Hatcher was again Burgess in March 1658-9. So far as the extant records show, this was his last public service; but the temper which induced him to denounce Speaker Hill, got him into trouble at the time of Bacon's Rebellion. At a court held by the Governor and Council, March 15, 1676-7.
"William Hatcher being brought before the court for uttering divers mutinous words tending to the disquiett of this his Majesty's countrey, and it being evidently made appeare what was layd to his charge by divers oaths, and a jury being impanelled to assesse the damages, who bring in their verdict that they award the said Hatcher to pay ten thousand pounds of tobacco and caske, which verdict of the jury this honourable court doth confirme: but in respect the said Hatcher is an aged man, the court doth order that the said Hatcher doe pay with all expedition eight thousand pounds of drest porke unto his Majestie's Commander of his forces in Henrico county. for the supply of the souldiers, which if he fayle to doe, that he pay eight thousands pounds of tobacco and caske the next cropp, and pay costs."
He was much more fortunate than most who took part in this rebellion which was called by Bancroft the "Harbinger of American Nationality". Many were committed to prison and were condemned of all or most of their property, which, incidentally was given to friends and supporters of the King. The citizens of HenricoCo sent the King a list of their grievances and requested that they be heard. This manuscript signed by: Wilber Elam, John Pleasants, Solomon Knibbe, and Will Hatcher. This was reported in "The History of HenricoCo, VA".

From Mrs. Glenn M Turnell in a letter to "The Stovall Journal" in 1993: In 1658/59 at Newport on Rhode Island Mr. Robt. Potter acted for Mr William Breuton, merchant and Mathew Burne of Boston to sell a ship or Barq for 300 pounds lawful money of England to George Potter, Wm. Hatcher and Henry Randolph all right in the vessel Blackbird. This was evidently a fairly good size ship considering the amount paid for it. Now we also know that young Thomas (Burton, Jr) carried on a merchant trade with Boston as evidenced by a suit brought against him and he may have died at sea in this very Barq as his wife states.."I never heard any certain information of ye manner of ye death of my dear husband Mr. Thomas Burton." Even though there were many years between the purchase of the ship by William Hatcher, Henry Randolph and George Potter this could certainly have been the one used by young Thomas Burton around 1686/1691 at the time of the letter to his mother regarding his estate. In the book "Ship Names-Origins and Usages during 45 Centuries" by Don H Kennedy the Blackbird is listed as being red with a reference "Yachting" 20, No. 5 (1916); 197.
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The Will of William Hatcher, 1614-1680
Att a Court Holden at Varina
For the County of Henrico the first day of April (by his motion Justices of the Peace for said County) in the year of our Lord God 1680 and in the thirty-second year of the reign of our sovereign Lord, Charles The Second by the grace of God of Great Britain, Scotland and Ireland, King defender of the faith.

IN THE NAME OF GOD (amen) I William Hatcher being in perfect memory but now stricken in years do make my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. In prinks (?) I give and bequeath my spirit to Almighty God who gave it to me whensoever it shall please him to call me out of this sinful world and my body to the ground. Item: I give unto Thomas Burton, Jr. the plantation between the land of Mr. Henry Lound and the land of Gilbert Elam to wit: two hundred and twentysix acres, his choice of all my horses or mares, one heifer called blackchops, a young ewe, and a years schooling and clothes, till he reaches the age of seventeen years, to the confirmation of which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this two and twentieth day of February, 1676/7.

Signed and sealed in the presence of: John Pleasants, Henry Gee

Memorandum before the signing and sealing hereof, I do bequeath unto the above mentioned Thomas Burton Jr. the second choice of all my furniture thereunto belonging. s/Will Hatcher

Filed in Henrico County Court the first day of April 1680 by ye oath of Henry Gee and the testamony of John Pleasants who (being a Quaker) refused to sweare but only affirms that it to be Hatcher's deed, these two being witnesses to ye same.

Test: Hugh Davis, Dep Clerk of Court
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Another translation of the Will of William Hatcher, Henrico County, VA., Will and Deed Book Part 1, pg 121. Will of William Hatcher (Burton-Allen/Hatcher Anthology p 236, The Colonial Genealogist, from an article by Glenn M. Turnell, FAS).

To Thomas Burton Jr. the land between Mr. Henry Lound and Gilbert Elam containing 226 acres, his choice of all of my horses and mares, one heifer, one Ewwe, a yars schooling, and clothes until he arrives at 17 years of age. 20 February 1676/7. Wit John Pleasants and Henry Gee. Before signing, "I give also to Thomas Burton Jr. the second choice of all my bed and furniture." Recorded 1 April 1680 (see patent 26 Sept 1674).

From "The Family of Bartholomew Stovall, Volume 1, by Neil Thompson.

His Will, made when he was "well stricken in years" dated 1676/7, was proved 1 April 1680. It names no executor or residuary legatee and in fact mentions no child at all. On 26 September 1674 he had procured a patent for 227 acres of land in Henrico County; this land he devised for life to Thomas Burton Jr. together with the latter's choice of his horses and mares, one heifer, one Ewe, a years schooling, and clothing until he arrives at the age of seventeen, also the second choice of his bed and its furniture. Such a Will is more like a deed of a gift to one particular relative than a Will; the rest of his property was permitted to pass as in intestacy, and on 1 April 1680 Edward and Benjamin Hatcher, William Hatcher's surviving sons made a gift to the minor children of their deceased brother Henry of cattle and other personal property out of the estate of William Hatcher and then divided the residue among themselves.
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Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705
Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.122

Agreement between Benjamin Hatcher and Robert Sharpe, both inhabitants of Henrico Co.,: There is now a tract in the county called Varina, lately in possession of William Hatcher, dec'd, and claimed at law by said Robert Sharpe, and the right of said William since his death being derived to said Benjamin Hatcher, and also claimed by said Sharpe. Now for valuable consideration to both parties and to avoid future suits about the tract, 200 acres, they agree the land should be divided equally; and Robert shall have first choice. 31 March 1680.
Wit: Wm Randolph, Hugh Davis
Sig: Ben Hatcher, Robt. (RS) Sharpe
1 April 1680

Note: This agreement was signed March 31, 1680, so must assume William died before this date.
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Henrico County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705
Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.127 -

1 April 1680 Edward Hatcher, son of William Hatcher, of Varina Parish, Henrico Co., dec'd, to Benjamin Hatcher, son of said William
Hatcher, for sake of quiet and peaceable settlement of estate left by their father and to avoid future suits and quarrels, confer each to the other 1/2 of personal estate left by their father. Edward grants to Benjamin 200 acres of land at Varina, lately in occupation of said William, and one tract called "Pigg in the Bole" in same county, near land of Thomas Holmes, 100 acres; also one tract called "Turkey Island", 150 acres. Benjamin confirms to Edward a tract known as "Necke of Land", 400 acres; also one plantation between Gilbert Elam and Henry Lound, 250 acres, lately in occupation of Thomas Wood.
Wit: Tho. Cocke, Richard Cocke, Sr.
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
p.129 - Identical deed of same date, signed: Ben Hatcher
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Henrico County, Virginia Wills and Deeds, 1677-1705
Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III

Ages as given by Deposition in County Records 1677-1705
1 Aug. 1676, p.27 - William Hatcher, 63
1 April 1679, p.89 - Benjamin Hatcher, 35
2 June 1679, p.100 - Edward Hatcher, 46
10 Nov. 1679, p.112 - Edward Hatcher, 36 or 37
1 April 1680, p.125 - Benjamin Hatcher, 36
10 Oct. 1681, p.184 - Edward Hatcher, 46
1 April 1685, p.313 - Benjamin Hatcher, 43
2 Feb. 1686, p.410 - William Hatcher, 27 1 Dec. 1687, p.471 - Ben Hatcher, 40
1 Feb. 1691, p.286 - John Hatcher (son of Edward), 18
2 Dec. 1678, p.66 - Edward Hatcher, 46



This land grant, dated 1 June 1636, was William's first - 200 acres for the importation of three people -
Alice Emmerton,
Richard Radford,
John Winchester





This land grant, dated 1 July 1637, was William's second for 850 acres. The interesting part of this grant is that it appears he is once again receiving acreage for transporting people, including the same 3 individuals from his 1st grant in 1636 -
Alice Emmerton,
Richard Radford,
John Winchester.
Clearly, the system of land for people was subject to scams and fraud or the complete absence of controls :-)





More About William Hatcher and Mary Ward:
Marriage: 1633, England

Child of William Hatcher and Mary Ward is:
513 i. Susannah Hatcher, born Abt. 1646 in Henrico Co Va; died Abt. 1668 in Va; married Thomas Sr 0f Cobbs ( The Immigrant) Burton 1663 in Henrico Co Va.


1040. George Sr Stovall1213,1214,1215, born October 11, 1612 in England1216,1217,1218; died Aft. 1640 in England1219,1220,1221. He married 1041. Margarite Farley.
1041. Margarite Farley1222,1223,1224, born Abt. 16171225,1226,1227; died Aft. 16401228,1229,1230.

Child of George Stovall and Margarite Farley is:
520 i. George Stovall, born 1640 in England; died November 08, 1685 in England; married Joan November 08, 1665 in England.


1664. John Eastham, born 1597 in St. Lawrence, Thanet, , Kent, England; died Aft. 1623. He was the son of 3328. Stephen Esom and 3329. Ann Nelson. He married 1665. Mary Philpot April 16, 1622.
1665. Mary Philpot, born 1601 in St. Lawrence, Thanet, , Kent, England; died Aft. 1623.

More About John Eastham and Mary Philpot:
Marriage: April 16, 1622

Child of John Eastham and Mary Philpot is:
832 i. Edward Esthome Eastham, born 1623 in England; died 1705 in Va.


1728. William Colyer1231, born Abt. 1620 in Herfordshire, England; died Aft. 1682 in New Kent Co., Va.. He was the son of 3456. Charles Colyer. He married 1729. Sallie Culliford 1655 in England.
1729. Sallie Culliford, born Abt. 1635 in London England; died 1680 in New Kent Co., Va..

Notes for William Colyer:
Lt. Colonel of New Kent County
Lt. Colonel of New Kent County The first of the King and Queen County Collier family was William Collier, "Citizen and Weaver of London," who came to York County, Va.,in 1670, and later settled in New Kent County, where in 1675 he
appears as. lieutenant-colonel of the county militia. He is said to have been the ancestor of a numerous progeny in the counties of New Kent, King William, King and Queen and Charles City. Among his sons was Charles Collier of King and Queen, born in 1660, probably in England, and died in King and Queen in 1735. He had a son John Collier (shown by will of John Collier, Jr., probated in Hanover in 1749), who was born in 1685 and died in 1765.--Dates from "Colonial Families of the Southern States."

William took his family and went to Virgnia where his uncle Isaac Collier was in York Co. Wm. is mentioned in York co. records in 1670. He later moved to New Kent Co. where he joined the militia as an officer. In 1675 he was named Lt. Colonel of that county. Wm. and Sarah had one son born in England just before they made the trip to Va. and three more born in America. They were the ancestors of the Colliers of New Kent, Hanover, and King William Counties, Va.
There children were: Charles (born in London 1660/married Mary Eyers, Sarah, John and William Collier Jr.







. William COLYER (Charles COLYER4, Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1620 in Herfordshire, England, and died 1682 in New Kent Co., Va.. He married Sallie CULLIFORD 1655 in England. She was born 1636 in London, England, and died 1680 in New Kent Co., Va..

Children of William COLYER and Sallie CULLIFORD are: 2 i. William COLYER was born 1664 in London, Hertfordshire Co., England.
+ 3 ii. Charles COLYER was born 1 MAY 1660 in England, and died 4 SEP 1735 in King and Queen County, Virginia.
4 iii. Sarah COLYER was born 1662, and died 1706.
5 iv. John COLYER was born 1666, and died 1765.





Marriage Notes for William Colyer and Sallie Culliford:
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The first of the King and Queen County Collier family was William Collier, "Citizen and Weaver of London," who came to York County, Va., in 1670, and later settled in New Kent County, where in 1675 he appears as. lieutenant-colonel of the county militia. He is said to have been the ancestor of a numerous progeny in the counties of New Kent, King William, King and Queen and Charles City. Among his sons was Charles Collier of King and Queen, born in 1660, probably in England, and died in King and Queen in 1735. He had a son John Collier (shown by will of John Collier, Jr., probated in Hanover in 1749), who was born in 1685 and died in 1765.--Dates from "Colonial Families of the Southern States."


More About William Colyer and Sallie Culliford:
Marriage: 1655, England

Children of William Colyer and Sallie Culliford are:
i. William Colyer1231, born 1656; died Aft. 1675.
ii. John Colyer1231, born 1658; died Aft. 1678.
864 iii. Charles Colyer, born May 01, 1660 in England; died September 04, 1735 in King and Queen County, Virginia; married Mary Eyers April 21, 1681 in King and Queen Co., Va..
iv. Sarah Colyer1231, born 16621232,1233; died 17061234,1235


1730. Robert Eyers, born Abt. 1645; died Aft. 1665. He married 1731. Mary.
1731. Mary, born Abt. 1645; died Aft. 1665.

Child of Robert Eyers and Mary is:
865 i. Mary Eyers, born August 20, 1665 in King and Queen Co., Va.; died September 15, 1701 in King and Queen Co., Va; married Charles Colyer April 21, 1681 in King and Queen Co., Va..


1792. Richard Hudson I, born 1605 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died 1657 in Hungars Creek, Accomack County, VA. He was the son of 3584. William Hudson and 3585. Alice Turner. He married 1793. Mary Hayes 1632.
1793. Mary Hayes, born 1608 in England; died 1651 in Northhampton, Accomack County, VA.

Notes for Richard Hudson I:
) Sometimes called "THE IMMIGRANT"
Richard Hudson, I was born in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND to
William Hudson and Alice Turner. He embarked on the Ship "Safety" August
10, 1635 in London bound for Colonial Virginia. See website
http://www.primenet.com/~langford/spls/635va057.htm . Richard is listed
as being 30 years of age in 1635. Richard and Mary settled along Hungars
Creek, Accomack County, Virginia that same year. Although some sources
indicate Richard may have been in Accomack County earlier than 1635, the
only ships records found were of the "Safety" sailing from London in
1635. It appears Richard was a coastal trader from transporting records
from 1642. SOURCE: Mr. Van Hudson's website at
http://pages.prodigy.net/vanhudson/hudson5.htm .
Mary Hayes was Richard's second wife. He married Barbara Jacobs in
1652. At least one of Richard's seven children was by Barbara, and
perhaps as many as three. SOURCE: Denis Briggs at
www.kcnet.com/~denis/briggs/hudson-5.htm .
Information about his 3rd wife is from another source and is not
proven by this researcher yet. (I apologize for not making a note of it.)
Richard HUDSON - was baptized Nov. 5, 1608, Tamsworth, Staffordshire,
England. Son of William HUDSON and Alice TURNER. A mariner, he arrived in
America in 1635 on the Safety, and settled first in Northampton Co., VA.
Court records seem to indicate that Richard may have been an indentured
servant of Obedience ROBBINS when he arrived in VA. Married first in
England or shortly after arriving in VA. Married second about 1638,
Accomack Co., VA, Mrs. Mary HAYES. Married third 1652, Accomack Co., VA,
Barbara JACOBS.
Richard Hudson was born 1605 in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, England, and
died 1659 in Northampton County, Va.. He married (1) ?? TILGHMAN in
England. He married (2) Mary Hayes. He married (3) Barbara Jacobs.
Richard filed a lawsuit against a Hannah Savage in 1634 who was
apparently his employer. Many reports show Richard arriving at Hungars
Creek on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in 1635 which in all probability
is correct, however it was his second arrival in Virginia. Richard was
supposedly married to a woman with the last name of Tilghman while in
England. This marriage produced Henry, born in 1632. There is a great
possibility that when Richard came to America, Henry was left behind in
the care of others. Some researchers show Richard as "Richard of Seven
Sons" however his verbal will references three children one of which was
a "Girlie". Western shoreman Hudsons claim Richard as the father of
Richard II who migrated to Henrico County. Source: William D. Hudson at
www.familytreemaker.com/users/h/u/d/William-D-Hudson/ .


Marriage 1 (1st w\o Richard Hudson) TILGHMAN b: BET. 1600 - 1616
Married: BEF. 1632 in England

Marriage 2 Mary Hayes b: BET. 1600 - 1613 in England
Married: ABT. 1632 in England or Virginia
Children
Henry Hudson , I "Hudsons Of Maryland" b: 1632 in England or Hungers Creek, Accomack County, VA
Robert Hudson b: ABT. 1633 in Northhampton, Accomack County, VA
Richard Hudson II b: 1634 in Accomack County, VA
Edward Hudson b: 1638 in Accomack County, VA
Nicholas Hudson b: 1639 in Hungers Creek, Accomack County, VA
William Hudson b: ABT. 1640 in Accomack County, Virginia
John Hudson b: 1646 in Northampton, Accomack County, VA

Marriage 3 Barbara Jacobs
Married: 1652
Children
Edward Hudson b: AFT. 1652 in Probably Virginia


More About Richard Hudson I:
Christening: November 05, 1608, Church of England
Occupation 1: Mariner
Occupation 2: Coastal Trader

Notes for Mary Hayes:
There is a possibly that Mary's surname was HUGHES rather than HAYES.
Source: Dennis Briggs "Descendants of Henry Hudson" website at
www.kcnet.com/~denis/briggs/hudson-5.htm .
Mary - b. England. A court record indicates one of her children, as a
minor orphan, was placed under the care of Ruth HAYES, who was said to be
sister-in-law of Mary. SOURCE: The Hudsons of Dickson Co., TN received
from Mr. Van. A. Hudson via the internet

More About Richard Hudson and Mary Hayes:
Marriage: 1632

Child of Richard Hudson and Mary Hayes is:
896 i. Richard Hudson II, born 1634 in Accomack Co Va; died October 25, 1669 in Henrico County, VA; married Mary Bowman 1658 in Accomack Co Va.


1794. Robert Bowman, born Abt. 1620; died February 17, 1670/71 in Va.

Child of Robert Bowman is:
897 i. Mary Bowman, born 1640 in Va; died Aft. 1688 in Va; married Richard Hudson II 1658 in Accomack Co Va.


Generation No. 12

2048. Francis Burton, born Abt. 1535 in England; died Aft. 1589 in England. He was the son of 4096. Edward Burton and 4097. Ann Madocks. He married 2049. Judith Allen.
2049. Judith Allen, born Abt. 1553; died Aft. 1589.

Notes for Francis Burton:



More About Judith Allen:
Date born 2: Abt. 1668, Va1236,1237,1238
Died 2: Aft. 16881239,1240,1241

Children of Francis Burton and Judith Allen are:
i. Robert Burton, born 1575; died Aft. 1595; married Susan Parker; born Abt. 1575; died Aft. 1595.
ii. Thomas Burton, born 1576; died Aft. 1596; married Judith Maveill; born Abt. 1576; died Aft. 1596.
iii. John Burton1242, born 1578; died Aft. 1578; married Lydia Fry; born Abt. 1578; died Aft. 1578.
1024 iv. Richard Burton, born 1580 in England; died Aft. 1650; married Katherine Christain March 03, 1622/23 in St Saviours Church London England.
v. Byran Burton, born 1582; died Aft. 1582.
vi. Ann Burton, born 1584; died Aft. 1584; married William Fry; born Abt. 1584; died Aft. 1584.
vii. Ralph Burton, born 1588; died Aft. 1588.


2052. Thomas Hatcher1243,1244,1245, born Abt. 1585 in England1246,1247,1248; died Aft. 16201249,1250,1251. He married 2053. Catherine Reede.
2053. Catherine Reede1252,1253,1254, born Abt. 1695 in England1255,1256,1257; died Aft. 16301258,1259,1260.

Child of Thomas Hatcher and Catherine Reede is:
1026 i. William Hatcher, born January 14, 1612/13 in England; died March 1679/80 in Henrico Co Va; married Mary Ward 1633 in England.


3328. Stephen Esom, born 1583 in Morningtoft, Norf., England. He was the son of 6656. Daniel Charles Essom and 6657. Annice Wardlaw. He married 3329. Ann Nelson.
3329. Ann Nelson, born 1587 in Morningtoft, Norf., England.

Child of Stephen Esom and Ann Nelson is:
1664 i. John Eastham, born 1597 in St. Lawrence, Thanet, , Kent, England; died Aft. 1623; married Mary Philpot April 16, 1622.


3456. Charles Colyer, born 1586 in London England; died Aft. 1620 in London England. He was the son of 6912. Robert Colyer and 6913. Mary Strange.

Notes for Charles Colyer:
Charles had a brother, John Collyer, of London. "merchant and cloth worker: was born in 1594 and died in Dec. 1649. He married Regina, daughter of Mrs. Anna Semiliano. His will, made Decemer 18, 1649 proved Jan. 8, 1650 directed that he be buried at Beddington, Surry and gave 1/3 of his goods to his wife, Regina, 1/3 to his son, Charles and gave the remaining 1/3, "to my brother, Isaac Collyer, Sr., I forgive E500 he owes me, to my nephew, Isaac Collier, Jr., E150." there were several other bequests to relatives, in-laws and to the poor. The executors named were his friend John Throgmorton; brother, Isaac Collyer and his wife Regina. he also stipulated that, "If my wife leaves England at any time, my son, Charles is not to go with her; he is to be brought up in english learning and the Protestant faith..
(Virginia Magazine, XXVIII, 130)

Charles had a sister, Mary born about 1600. She married John Knight and they had three children.

Charles had another brother, Isaac, Sr., Our emigrant ancestor, is discussed in the following section.(not available)

. Charles COLYER (Robert COLYER3, Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1580 in London, England. He married SALLIE ABT. 1605 in London, England. She was born 7 SEP 1594 in England.

Children of Charles COLYER and SALLIE are:+ 2 i. William COLYER was born 1620 in Herfordshire, England, and died 1682 in New Kent Co., Va..
3 ii. Mary COLYER




Child of Charles Colyer is:
1728 i. William Colyer, born Abt. 1620 in Herfordshire, England; died Aft. 1682 in New Kent Co., Va; married Sallie Culliford 1655 in England.


3584. William Hudson, born 1560 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND; died 1630 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND. He was the son of 7168. Henry II Hudson. He married 3585. Alice Turner November 19, 1592 in Tamworth Staffordshire England.
3585. Alice Turner, born 1565; died Aft. 1592.

Notes for William Hudson:
Date of Birth Source: Jennifer Hudson Taylor at
www.familytreemaker.com/users/t/a/y/Jennifer-H-Taylor/.
SPECIAL NOTE: There seems to be some confusion as to the identity of
WILLIAM HUDSON's father. It could have been WILLIAM HUDSON (thus he would
be a SR) and not HENRY the 2nd. Some information states HENRY as his
father, some state WILLIAM as his father. With that said, there are no
guarantees to the accuracy of this information provided. Irregardless,
Gentleman (Alderman) Henry Hudson was indeed his grandfather. All other
lineages seem to be correct at this time.

Children
Robert Hudson b: 1592 in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
William Hudson b: 1602 in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
Christopher Hudson b: 1605 in Tamsworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
Richard Hudson I b: 1605 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
Edward Hudson b: BET. 1592 - 1630 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND


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More About William Hudson and Alice Turner:
Marriage: November 19, 1592, Tamworth Staffordshire England

Children of William Hudson and Alice Turner are:
1792 i. Richard Hudson I, born 1605 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died 1657 in Hungars Creek, Accomack County, VA; married Mary Hayes 1632.
ii. Robert Hudson, born 1592 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died Aft. 1630.

Notes for Robert Hudson:
Robert Hudson immigrated from London to Virginia on the Ship "James" in 1622. Robert is listed as living at Chaplain's Choise on 16 February 1623. SOURCE: Mr. Van Hudson. His website: http://pages.prodigy.net/vanhudson/hudson5.htm .



iii. William Hudson, born 1602; died Aft. 1635.

Notes for William Hudson:
William Hudson immigrated from London to Virginia on the ship "Transport" on 4 July 1635


Generation No. 13

4096. Edward Burton, born Abt. 1510; died November 1558. He was the son of 8192. John Burton and 8193. Elizabeth Poyner. He married 4097. Ann Madocks 1531.
4097. Ann Madocks, born Abt. 1510; died Aft. 1560.

More About Edward Burton and Ann Madocks:
Marriage: 1531

Children of Edward Burton and Ann Madocks are:
2048 i. Francis Burton, born Abt. 1535 in England; died Aft. 1589 in England; married Judith Allen.
ii. Thomas Burton, born Abt. 1532; died Abt. 1619; married Katherine Beyst; born Abt. 1532; died Abt. 1619.


6656. Daniel Charles Essom, born 1538 in Dunfern, Fife, Scotland, British Isles; died Aft. 1583. He married 6657. Annice Wardlaw.
6657. Annice Wardlaw, born 1542 in Scotland; died Aft. 1583.

Notes for Daniel Charles Essom:
Children
David Charles ESON b: 2 FEB 1563/64
John ESON b: 26 MAY 1566
Andrew ESON b: 15 MAY 1569
Effie ESON b: 15 OCT 1570
William ESON b: 28 APR 1574
John ESON b: 16 JAN 1576/77
Stephen ESOM b: ABT. 1583 in Morningtoft, Norfolk, England


Child of Daniel Essom and Annice Wardlaw is:
3328 i. Stephen Esom, born 1583 in Morningtoft, Norf., England; married Ann Nelson.


6912. Robert Colyer, born 1556 in London England; died Aft. 1625 in London England. He was the son of 13824. Thurston Colyer and 13825. Mary Elizabeth Turnstall. He married 6913. Mary Strange March 14, 1584/85 in London England.
6913. Mary Strange, born 1556; died Aft. 1586.

Notes for Robert Colyer:
. Robert COLYER (Thurston COLYER2, Robert COLYER1) was born 1556, and died 1625. He married Mary STRANGE 14 MAR 1585/86. She was born 1563.

Children of Robert COLYER and Mary STRANGE are:+ 2 i. Charles COLYER was born 1580 in London, England.
+ 3 ii. John COLYER was born 1590, and died 1650.
+ 4 iii. Mary COLYER was born ABT. 1600, and died 1650.
+ 5 iv. Isaac COLYER , Sr. was born 1606 in London, England, and died MAY 1688 in York Co., Virginia.





Notes for Mary Strange:
Ancestry.com says last name is Revell

More About Robert Colyer and Mary Strange:
Marriage: March 14, 1584/85, London England

Child of Robert Colyer and Mary Strange is:
3456 i. Charles Colyer, born 1586 in London England; died Aft. 1620 in London England.


7168. Henry II Hudson, born 1541 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died 1632 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England. He was the son of 14336. Gentleman Henry I Hudson and 14337. Barbara.

Notes for Henry II Hudson:
Children
William Hudson b: 1560 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
Henry Hudson , III "The Explorer" b: 1570 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND
John Hudson b: BET. 1560 - 1580
Thomas Hudson b: BET. 1560 - 1580
Edward Hudson b: BET. 1560 - 1580
Christopher Hudson b: BET. 1560 - 1580


Child of Henry II Hudson is:
3584 i. William Hudson, born 1560 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND; died 1630 in Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND; married Alice Turner November 19, 1592 in Tamworth Staffordshire England.


Generation No. 14

8192. John Burton, born Abt. 1490; died October 22, 1543. He was the son of 16384. Edward Sir Burton and 16385. Jocosa Cresset. He married 8193. Elizabeth Poyner.
8193. Elizabeth Poyner, born Abt. 1490; died October 22, 1543.

Child of John Burton and Elizabeth Poyner is:
4096 i. Edward Burton, born Abt. 1510; died November 1558; married Ann Madocks 1531.


13824. Thurston Colyer, born 1530 in Darlaston England; died Aft. 1556. He was the son of 27648. Robert Colyer and 27649. Joyce Scrimshire. He married 13825. Mary Elizabeth Turnstall Abt. 1553.
13825. Mary Elizabeth Turnstall, born 1536 in England; died Aft. 1556.

Notes for Thurston Colyer:
Thurston COLYER (Robert COLYER1) was born 1530, and died 1558. He married Mary Elizabeth TURNSTALL. She was born 1530.

Children of Thurston COLYER and Mary Elizabeth TURNSTALL are: 2 i. Francis COLYER.
+ 3 ii. Robert COLYER was born 1556, and died 1625.
4 iii. John COLYER was born in Wallinton, Surrey Co.. England. He married REGINA.





More About Thurston Colyer and Mary Turnstall:
Marriage: Abt. 1553

Child of Thurston Colyer and Mary Turnstall is:
6912 i. Robert Colyer, born 1556 in London England; died Aft. 1625 in London England; married Mary Strange March 14, 1584/85 in London England.


14336. Gentleman Henry I Hudson, born 1500 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died 1555 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England. He married 14337. Barbara 1525 in St. Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND.
14337. Barbara, born 1500; died Aft. 1525.

Notes for Gentleman Henry I Hudson:
Henry HUDSON I - b. about 1500, England; d. 1555. One source styles
the father of Henry and William HUDSON as 'Henry HUDSON, Gent., Alderman
of London, Lord of Manors, etc.' Henry was probably a member of the
Muscovy Company, or Association of Merchant Adventurers, which Sebastian
CABOT founded by 1553. The Company, chartered in 1555, sought a northern
route to China, either easterly or westerly.
Although the Hudson Coat of Arms has changed over the years, the
oldest known Hudson Coat of Arms consists of Three Lions in the Rampant
position with three boars heads as supporting badges. The symbolism of
the lions signifies rearing with strength, courage and loyalty as
character traits. My research into heraldry did indicate that three lions
on a coat of arms is very rare but to date I have not uncovered the
significance. The boars' heads were badges that suggested allegiance to
the royal arms of King Richard III. King Richard III utilized boars heads
as his identifying badges to signify bravery and perseverance. Possibly,
the three lions rampant is significant in identifying with King Richard
III also.
The arms of Gentleman Henry Hudson (1st generation recorded here) are
described as "argent, semee of fleurs de lis gules, a cross engrailed
sable. The early Hudson colonists in Virginia utilized a variation of
this arms to mark livestock, lending credence to the relationship to
Henry.


SOURCES:
Virtually all the information on the Hudson family has been received,
either directly or indirectly, from the Hudson Family Association (South)
of Longview, TX. Refer particularly to the lineage in BULLETIN No. 39 (p.
69), with addition in No. 51, and the HUDSONS OF CHESTERFIELD chart in
BULLETIN No. 50. Much of the information on the HUDSONS OF HANOVER
ancestry and the Hudsons of Dickson Co., TN received from Mr. Van. A.
Hudson via the internet. Information on the HUDSONS OF AMELIA has been
received from too many sources to list here.



More About Gentleman Henry I Hudson:
Burial: Church of St. Dustans in the East, London, ENGLAND

More About Gentleman Hudson and Barbara:
Marriage: 1525, St. Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire, ENGLAND

Child of Gentleman Hudson and Barbara is:
7168 i. Henry II Hudson, born 1541 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England; died 1632 in Tamworth, Staffordshire England.


Generation No. 15

16384. Edward Sir Burton, born Abt. 1470; died April 23, 1524. He was the son of 32768. Robert Sir Burton and 32769. Christian Stapleton. He married 16385. Jocosa Cresset.
16385. Jocosa Cresset, born Abt. 1470; died Aft. 1490.

Child of Edward Burton and Jocosa Cresset is:
8192 i. John Burton, born Abt. 1490; died October 22, 1543; married Elizabeth Poyner.


27648. Robert Colyer, born 1515 in France; died Aft. 1532 in Stone, Staffordshire, England. He married 27649. Joyce Scrimshire.
27649. Joyce Scrimshire, born 1515 in France; died Aft. 1532.

Notes for Robert Colyer:
I researched and compiled a book, ROBERT TERRELL COLLIER, His Ancestorsand
Descendants. The search for Robert Terrell Collier's ancestors was through
Upshur and Nacogdoches counties in Texas, back to Georgia during itsformative
years from directly after the Revolutionary War and through the CivilWar, back
to Virginia during the Colonial days, then to England to a time prior tothe
discovery of America, and finally to the family origin in France about1200 AD.
The origin of the family name Collier was probably the village ofCauli‚res
in France, and the first recorded use of the name was in a cartulary of
Selincourt Abbey in 1217 when one of the witnesses was "Frater Johannes de
Caouli‚res". [ANTIQUARIES DEPICARDIE, Vol 40, Amiens; grant by Godefrid
deMiannay]. Johannes de Li‚stes was born in the village of Li‚stre, 44
kilometers southeast of Boulogne, Department of Pas-de-Calais,Artois, in
northwest France. He was the younger son of a baronial family who, as ayoung
man, was apparently transferred, by the mother abbey, to SelincourtAbbey, which
assigned him as a bailiff or magistrate to the management of the villageof
Cauli‚res. The evidence indicates that he was not a member of the clergyand the
designation "Frater" was probably a courtesy title because of his dutiesin
connection with the village of Cauli‚res. Johannes adopted the name of the
village of his employment, Cauli‚res, as his surname and became thefounder of a
prolific family. He did not possess a feudal estate since the entirevillage
belonged to the abbey, so each of his sons had to acquire his own estatethrough
purchase, marriage, military service, or other means. As a result, the
Cauli‚res family spread widely over ancient Picardy and Artois, butdisappeared
from the village whose name they bore. A variety of coats-of-arms aroseamong
the various family branches. The forename Robert occurred repeatedlythroughout
the Department of Pas-de-Calais in this region that our ancestor RobertColi‚re
was born about 1453.
Robert Coli‚re was born near the end of the hundred year war betweenFrance
and England. The English kings controlled much of France. William theconqueror
was also the Duke of Normandy, so his heirs continued to rule thatimportant
part of France. Eleanor of Aquitaine, heiress of that vast feudal estatethat
included most of southwestern France, was divorced by King Louis VII ofFrance
and married an English prince who became King Henry II of England. TheEnglish
kings held their French lands as vassals of the king of France whileruling
England in their own right. In theory their lands were part of the french
kingdom, but in practice they belonged to England. Fighting over feudalclaims
went on for several centuries, but in the 14th century the trouble blazedinto a
national war that lasted over a hundred years. For a time the war wentbadly for
the French. Then Joan of Arc changed the course of event, leading theFrench in
the defense of Orleans. She also recaptured the city of Reins where theFrench
kings were crowned, making possible the coronation of the Dauphin, heirto the
crown. The new king was lazy and did not follow up on the victories andlater,
the English captured Joan and burned her at the stake. According tolegend, one
of the English soldiers, who had come rejoice at the death of an enemywas heard
to cry out, "We are lost --we have burned a saint!" The English cause inFrance
was indeed lost. In the next few years, the French slowly drove back theEnglish
invaders until only Calais remained in English hands. Calais, France was
controlled by England until 1558.
Robert Coli‚re de Darlaston was a contemporary of ChristopherColumbus.
Both may have been in the service of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand atthe
same time. Both started a move to America at about the same time. Columbus
reached America first, but Robert's move was more lasting.
Prior to the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, Spain consisted of many
little Christian kingdoms, all engaged in the re-conquest of Spain fromthe
Moors. Castile finally became the most powerful and in the 13th centurymanaged
to confine the moors to a small area near Granada. The kings of Spainneeded the
support of the middle class in this struggle and representatives of thetowns
were admitted to the national council. When Isabella, the young Queen of
Castile, and Ferdinand, King of Aragon, fell in love and married theylaid the
foundation of a united Spain and together they conquered Granada. Avoluntary
association of the towns and the rural gentry to clear the country ofbrigands
was established in 1475 , with 7-year memberships for foreigners. This
brotherhood or fraternity, called the Hermandad consisted of horsemen in
proportion of one for every 100 families. In the war with Granada, theHermandad
was employed as soldiers. Warriors from all over Europe swarmed intoSpain to
help in this war. It is quite possible that Robert Coli‚re, as a foreign
legionnaire was among the foreigners, including Englishmen, who werewelcomed to
this service in 1475.
In 1482, the Moorish Boabdil, deposed his father, who fled to Malaga,but
the advance of the forces of Ferdinand and Isabella forced him to resignthe
task of defense into more war-like hands in 1483. It is not unreasonableto
speculate that, at the end of a 7-year contract, young Robert Coli‚remight have
been induced to accompany an English friend to England. There inStaffordshire,
as a young, former officer, he would have been introduced into goodcircles and
thus met and married Sir John Doddington's daughter Isabella.
Robert Coli‚re's arrival in England about 1482, long preceding thearrival
of other members of this family in England and Ireland. He settled in the
market town of Stone, in Staffordshire County, England. The town standson the
river Trent and the Trent and Mersey Canal, 7 miles north northwest ofStafford,
7 miles south of Stoke-upon-Trent, and 137 miles from London. Robert wasfirst a
taylor (tailor), then a draper (a dealer in cloth or in clothes), andthen a
woolbuyer. Some of these staplers (dealers in staple goods) grew to great
wealth.
In the year 1503, two years before his death, Robert and Isabellamoved to
Darlaston Manor. Robert and his son Thurston leased Darlaston Manor, inthe
county of Staffordshire, from Thomas Whalley, then in 1537, Robert's son,James,
purchased the manor from Richard Whalley. Except for a brief time whenRobert's
great grandson, James Collier, sold the manor to his father-in-law in1597 and
until James's son, Francis, repurchased it from his grandfather in 1597,there
was a Coli‚re as Lord of Darlaston for over 180 years. A
great-great-great-great- grandson, James Coli‚re sold Darlaston toWilliam
Jervis in 1685.
Robert Coli‚re de Darlaston's great-great-great-grandson Isaac
Collyer/Collier Sr. emigrated to America between 1653 and 1670, settlingin York
Co., Virginia. Isaac was my wife's G-G-G-G-G- G-Grandfather.

The details I have are sketchy and there are a few improbable dates. Iwould
also like to contact researchers of the English Colliers.

source:
Vaughn Ballard
[vballard@@airmail.net]
8/7/99




Child of Robert Colyer and Joyce Scrimshire is:
13824 i. Thurston Colyer, born 1530 in Darlaston England; died Aft. 1556; married Mary Elizabeth Turnstall Abt. 1553.


Generation No. 16

32768. Robert Sir Burton1261, born Abt. 1450; died Aft. 1470. He was the son of 65536. Edward Sir Burton. He married 32769. Christian Stapleton.
32769. Christian Stapleton, born Abt. 1450; died Aft. 1470.

Child of Robert Burton and Christian Stapleton is:
16384 i. Edward Sir Burton, born Abt. 1470; died April 23, 1524; married Jocosa Cresset.


Generation No. 17

65536. Edward Sir Burton, born Abt. 1430; died Aft. 1461. He was the son of 131072. W Burton.

Notes for Edward Sir Burton:
Edward was the first Knight of Longner.He was with King Edward lV, successful in forteen set battles between the house of York and Lancaster,and for his great loyality and servive he was made Knight-Banneret,under the royalstandard in the field, after the battle of Towton 29 March, 1461


Child of Edward Sir Burton is:
32768 i. Robert Sir Burton, born Abt. 1450; died Aft. 1470; married Christian Stapleton.


Generation No. 18

131072. W Burton, born Abt. 1410; died Aft. 1430. He was the son of 262144. W Sr Burton.

Child of W Burton is:
65536 i. Edward Sir Burton, born Abt. 1430; died Aft. 1461.


Generation No. 19

262144. W Sr Burton, born Abt. 1393; died Aft. 1410. He was the son of 524288. Richard Burton.

Child of W Sr Burton is:
131072 i. W Burton, born Abt. 1410; died Aft. 1430.


Generation No. 20

524288. Richard Burton, born Abt. 1372; died Aft. 1395. He was the son of 1048576. W Burton.

Child of Richard Burton is:
262144 i. W Sr Burton, born Abt. 1393; died Aft. 1410.


Generation No. 21

1048576. W Burton, born Abt. 1351; died Aft. 1375. He was the son of 2097152. Edward De Burton and 2097153. Agnes De La Hull.

Child of W Burton is:
524288 i. Richard Burton, born Abt. 1372; died Aft. 1395.


Generation No. 22

2097152. Edward De Burton1262,1263,1264, born Abt. 13351265,1266,1267; died Aft. 13551268,1269,1270. He was the son of 4194304. Walter De Burton. He married 2097153. Agnes De La Hull.
2097153. Agnes De La Hull1271,1272,1273, born Abt. 13351274,1275,1276; died Aft. 13551277,1278,1279. She was the daughter of 4194306. Hugh De La Hull.

Child of Edward De Burton and Agnes De La Hull is:
1048576 i. W Burton, born Abt. 1351; died Aft. 1375.


Generation No. 23

4194304. Walter De Burton1280,1281,1282, born Abt. 12901283,1284,1285; died Aft. 13171286,1287,1288. He was the son of 8388608. Roger De Burton.

More About Walter De Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1300
Died 2: Aft. 1335

Children of Walter De Burton are:
i. Hugh De La Hull1289,1290,1291, born Abt. 13001292,1293,1294; died Aft. 13751295,1296,1297

Notes for Hugh De La Hull:
Hugh was Hugh Sheriff of England abt1375


2097152 ii. Edward De Burton, born Abt. 1335; died Aft. 1355; married Agnes De La Hull.


4194306. Hugh De La Hull1298,1299,1300, born Abt. 13001301,1302,1303; died Aft. 13751304,1305,1306. He was the son of 4194304. Walter De Burton.

Notes for Hugh De La Hull:
Hugh was Hugh Sheriff of England abt1375


Child of Hugh De La Hull is:
2097153 i. Agnes De La Hull, born Abt. 1335; died Aft. 1355; married Edward De Burton.


Generation No. 24

8388608. Roger De Burton1307,1308,1309, born Abt. 12701310,1311,1312; died Aft. 12901313,1314,1315. He was the son of 16777216. Thomas De Burton and 16777217. Aliscia Codaracote.

More About Roger De Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1250
Died 2: Aft. 1300

Child of Roger De Burton is:
4194304 i. Walter De Burton, born Abt. 1290; died Aft. 1317.


Generation No. 25

16777216. Thomas De Burton, born Abt. 1250 in Longner Hall Salop England; died Aft. 1270. He married 16777217. Aliscia Codaracote.
16777217. Aliscia Codaracote, born Abt. 1250; died Aft. 1270.

More About Thomas De Burton:
Date born 2: Abt. 1207
Died 2: Aft. 1240

More About Aliscia Codaracote:
Date born 2: Abt. 1207
Died 2: Aft. 1240

Child of Thomas De Burton and Aliscia Codaracote is:
8388608 i. Roger De Burton, born Abt. 1270; died Aft. 1290.


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Dee Reynolds 1 Jan 2002 8:12AM GMT 
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