Karen's Family Kaleidoscope

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1820 United States Federal Census
about Samuel Tappin
Name: Samuel Tappin
Township: St Georges Hundred
County: New Castle
State: Delaware
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 5
Free White Persons - Over 25: 1
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 8

1820 St. Georges Hundred, New Castle DE
listed in this order
Samuel TOPPIN
James GARRETSON (21001/1001
George TOPPIN
Thomas Williams
John CULLENDER
farther down the page William ELDER
 
Toppin, Samuel (I10622)
 
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1840 United States Federal Census
about Charles Gareson
Name: Charles Gareson
Township: Richland
County: Fairfield
State: Ohio
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 60 thru 69: 1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 5
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 4
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 5
 
Garrison, Charles (I10624)
 
3

1880 LDS site
Hagi J. HARMON Self M Male W 21 IL Farming IL IL (b. about 1859)
... HARMON Wife M Female W 22 IL Keeping House NY KY (dob about 1858) I think she's Fannie's dau, father born in NY)
Fannie C. HARMON Dau S Female W 10M IL IL IL
Fannie WILBER MotherL W Female W 62 KY KY KY (more closely matches dob on tombstone than 1850 census)

Source Information:
Census Place Cottonwood Grove, Bond, Illinois
Family History Library Film 1254175
NA Film Number T9-0175
Page Number 155A

HARNED, HUGH J WILBER, MILBERRY J 11/28/1878 1/ 11 139 BOND

Her first name seems to have always been a problem.

1860 census - Jamell

Marriage record - Milberry

1880 census - census taker just left her first name blank

1900 in Oklahoma she's Melbery 
Wilbur, Milberry (I1757)
 
4

1900 Burnett Twp., Pottawottamie Co., Oklahoma (image very hard to read
Hugh J. Harned
Melbery born July 1857
Fanny born 1879
son maybe Rolland H. born 1887
have been married for 29 years, have had two children, two alive

1910 Pottawottamie Co., Oklahoma (son Rolland in same county)
with wife Annie age 24 born in Missouri
daughter Fanny 
Harned, Hugh (I1758)
 
5

1910 Pottawattomie, OK 
Harned, Rolland H. (I1760)
 
6

1920 Shoal Creek Twp., Bond Co., IL
nephew Benson 18 born in OK (has to be 8 not 18)
sister Fern 8 born OK (father had a young wife in 1910) 
Harned, Fannie C. (I1759)
 
7

1930 Del Rey, Maricopa Co., Arizona
Jesse Cranmer 41 b. KS
Nora 34
Jesse F. 15
Bonnie V. 12
Lois 11
Roy __
Delie 5 
Cranmer, Jesse Marion (I696)
 
8

CHAPMAN, FINIS E WILBER, MARGRET A 01/17/1889 9 /49 633 MADISON 
Wilbur, Margrett (I1756)
 
9

Child of J. J. & F. Wilber from cemetery transcription 
Wilbur, Wm. H. (I1752)
 
10

dob 2/20/__ child of J. J. & F. Wilber 
Wilbur, Child (I1751)
 
11

Early Church Records of New Castle County, Volume 1, by F. Edward Wright 
Family F3589
 
12

Elizabeth Kirkpatrick. Widow. Red Lion Hd. Apr. 11, 1785. May 2, 1785. M. 109. Daughters, Mary Garrison, Elizabeth McGinnis and Sarah Kirkpatrick; son, Benjamin Elder; granddaughters, Catharine and Elizabeth Laforge; Margaret Harmon. Exc. John Clarke.
A Calendar of Delaware Wills, page 106 
Elder, Mary (I10623)
 
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Family Group Record LDS IGI
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Husband
Ephraim T Mc Cracken

Birth: 18 NOV 1834 , Bond, Illinois
Christening:
Marriage: 28 DEC 1854 , Bond, Illinois
Death: 25 JUN 1895
Burial:

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Wife
Nancy Eunice Wilbur

Birth: 13 NOV 1838 , , Illinois
Christening:
Marriage: 28 DEC 1854 , Bond, Illinois
Death: 30 AUG 1896
Burial:

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Children

None
 
Wilbur, Nancy Eunice (I1697)
 
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From: Mlgarrsn@aol.com
Subject: [GARRISON] Washington GARRISON/1858/Perry Co. OH
Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 09:19:48 EDT

Looking for information about Washington GARRISON, b. 1858 Perry Co. OH.
Parents were William GARRISON & Eleanor REYNOLDS. Lived in Shawnee in 1890s.
Children were Anna Lorena, Frederick, Stanley. If anyone has information
about this family, please contact me.

Mary EARLE Garrison
mlgarrsn@aol.com
 
Garrison, Washington (I10614)
 
15

John Garrettson and Mary Elder, April 10, 1764
Immanuel Church
Early Church Records of New Castle County, Volume 1, page 47 
Family F3587
 
16

Leana in the 1850 census, Lenora M. on the cemetery transcription 
Wilbur, Leana Lenora (I1698)
 
17

MCCREAKEN, ZPHRAIM T WILBER, NANCY E 12/26/1854 A/ 190 BOND 
Family F838
 
18

MCGOVERN, CORNELIUS HARMON, JENNETTA 09/01/1877 BOND 
Family F819
 
19

WILBER, JAMES A FILE, ALICE ANNETTA 11/17/1869 A/ 54 BOND 
Family F837
 
20

WILBER, MARTIN D GRISHAM, MARTHA ARMINDA 11/03/1864 / 00002785 MONTGOMERY 
Family F839
 
21
 
Back, Lewis (I96)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I373)
 
23
 
Back, Alexander (I69)
 
24
1860 United States Federal Census about Winney Back
Name: Winney Back
Age in 1860: 94
Birth Year: abt 1766
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1860: Garrard, Kentucky
Gender: Female
Post Office: Lancaster
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
Johnson Lane 64
Sally Lane 64
Almyra Lane 32
Monroe Lane 27
Clarinda Lane 18
Winney Back 94 
Winneford (I8507)
 
25
COOMBS, JOHN JR
Ancestor #: A002509
Notice:
PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED WITH AT LEAST ONE PREVIOUSLY VERIFIED PAPER - SEE ANCESTORíS FULL RECORD (WHY?)
Service:
VIRGINIA Rank: PRIVATE
Birth:
2-7-1761 FREDERICK CO VIRGINIA
Death:
4-27-1848 WASHINGTON CO KENTUCKY
Pension Number:
*S35851
Service Source:
*S35851
Service Description:
1) CAPTS JONATHAN LANGDON, BENJAMIN CASEY
2) COL JAMES WOOD
 
Combs, John "Soldier John" RWS (I8987)
 
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COOMBS, JOHN SR
Ancestor #: A204415
Service:
NORTH CAROLINA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth:
CIRCA 1733 VIRGINIA
Death:
ANTE 12-18-1820 FLOYD CO KENTUCKY
Service Source:
WELLS, JOSEPH WINSTON: HIS ENTRY BOOK, P 170
Service Description:
1) SIGNED OATH OF ALLEGIANCE UPON LAND ENTRY 1778-1781
Residence
Created: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, Updated: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, By: BCREEL 1) County: SHENANDOAH CO - State: VIRGINIA
Created: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, Updated: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, By: BCREEL 2) County: SURRY CO - State: NORTH CAROLINA
Spouse
Number
Name

Created: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, Updated: 2007-05-14 10:24:00.0, By: BCREEL 1)
NANCY HARDING
 
Combs, John RWS (I1162)
 
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Died at age 76 of cancer, 30 years after first cancer surgery.

Nation Guard service during WWII
Enlisted at Jackson, KY January 17, 1941 as an Infantry Private, he was single with no dependents, had a grammar school education, his civilian occupations were listed as bridge builder, car, railway, construction, or ship carpenter.

Kentucky Birth Index, 1911-1999
about Woodrow Back Name: Woodrow Back
Date of Birth: 17 Aug 1916
County: Breathitt
Mother's Name: Mary McIntosh
Volume Number: 116
Certificate Number: 57592
Volume Year: 1941
 
Back, Woodrow (I37)
 
28
Illinois Online Marriage Index
MYERS, DAVIDSON B HARMAN, NANCY 06/09/1829 1/ 14 81 MONTGOMERY 
Family F743
 
29
Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953
about Luther Bach
Name: Luther Bach
Death Date: 28 Nov 1953
Death Location: Boone
Residence Location: Boone
Age: 62
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 19 Oct 1891
Birth Location: Breathitt, Kentucky
Father's Name: Hiram D Bach
Mother's Name: Mary Jane Bach

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Dr. Luther Back, 62, Succumbs Of Heart Attack At Florence, Kentucky

A heart attack proved fatal last Saturday to Dr. Luther Bach, 62, one of four noted Breathitt County brother-physicians, at his farm, Green Acres, near Florence. He had practiced medicine in Bellevue and Newport for more than 30, years after practicing at Jackson for many years.

Funeral services were held yesterday in the Florence Baptist Church and interment was in the Lexington Cemetery.

One of four sons of Hiram Bach of Noctor, each of whom became physicians, Dr. Luther was well known to many residents of Breathitt County, where he practiced his profession for several years, after serving with the Medical Corps in World War I.

Two of his brothers also practiced here, Dr. Wilgus Bach, operating the Bach Hospital, the building now the men's dormitory at Lees College, until his death in 1936; and Dr. Arthur Bach, being a general practitioner and operator of the Bach Drug Store here, before moving his practice to Lexington, where he died in 1952.

The fourth brother, Dr. Bert Bach, resides at Whitesburg, where he has practiced medicine for many years.

Dr. Luther attended Berea College and Eastern State Teachers College, before graduating from the College of Medicine at the University of Louisville; and did graduate work at Harvard, Northwestern Reserve, and Ohio State universities. For a period following military service, during the first World War, he served with the U. S. Public Health Service in the Panama Canal Zone.

After leaving Jackson he practiced for about 20 years at Bellevue, then opened an office at Newport, where he specialized in heart ailments and diabetes.

Throughout the years, after leaving Jackson, he maintained a vital interest in his native county, being a liberal contributor and ardent worker in church matters here, and with his brothers, built the Bach Memorial Chapel at Noctor on the family farm. He was also instrumental in the founding and maintenance of Magoffin Baptist Institute at Mt. Valley, this county.

He was a fellow of the American College of Physicians; a member of the Licking Valley Medical Association; Breathitt Lodge, F. & A. M.; and Oleika Shrine Temple, Lexington. He was a member and deacon of the Florence Baptist Church.

Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Linnie Bach, Florence; two sons, Dr. Lysle Bach, Louisville, and Byron Bach, Florence; a daughter, Miss Jean Bach, missionary with the Baptist Foreign Mission in Nigeria, South Africa; a sister, Mrs. Edith Henry, Hazard; and his brother, Dr. Bert Bach, Whitesburg.
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(Courtesy of The Jackson Times) 
Back, Dr. Luther (I31)
 
30 Page 488.--2d September, 1783. William McClintock's will--To wife,
Martha, and after her death to son, Samuel, sole executrix; to son, William;
to son, Samuel; to 3 married daughters, Francis Clark, Margaret Dogherty,
Martha Philson; to 2 daughters, Prepare and Elizabeth, 400 acres on Cove
Creek in Greenbrier County; to John McClintock, son to William McClintock;
to grandson, John McClintock Dogherty. Teste: John Young, Samuel
and Wm. Clark. Proved, 17th May, 1785, by Young, and 20th September,
1785, by Samuel Clark. Martha McClintock qualifies. 
McClintic, William (I8)
 
31 in the 1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Virgil Back
Age: 4
[4 10/12]
Birth Year: abt 1916
[abt 1915]
Birthplace: Kansas
Home in 1920: Washington, Crawford, Kansas
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Grandson
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Kansas
Mother's Birthplace: Kansas
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Oliver G Pike 52
Ora Pike 48
Harvey Pike 15
Grace Pike 10
Virgil Back 4
[4 10/12]
Helen Back 1
[1 9/12]
Source Citation
Year: 1920; Census Place: Washington, Crawford, Kansas; Roll: T625_528; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 117; Image: 932
Source Information
Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City). 
Back, Charles Virgil (I22)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F126
 
33 !Birth: (1) 16 1st mo. 1759, s/o William Garretson/Mary A. Frazer.
Marriage to Mary Hammond: (1) 13 Oct 1779. (1,2) Menallin, York Co., PA. (2)
13 10th mo. 1779 Signing under the bridal couple were William, Mary Garretson;
John Hammond; William Jr., John Garretson; Elizabeth Wright; Nathan Hammond.
Also witnessing were George Wilson; Joseph Hewitt; William, Eve Griffith;
Mary, Finley McGrew; William, Jane Wright; William Hutton; Abel John; Thomas
Blackburn; Alice Hendrix.
!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.25,46. Warrington
Monthly Meeting.
(2) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.84-85

Executor of his father's estate

1800 United States Federal Census
about Aaron Garretson
Name: Garretson, Aaron
Township: Bedford and St Clair
County: Bedford
State: Pennsylvania
 
Garretson, Aaron (I6153)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F137
 
35 "of Pencader Hundred"
Isaac Hill, bondsman, from Holland according to a history of Pencader Hundred
 
Family F1699
 
36 "Wife of D.M. Johnson" Prickett, Elizabeth (I14861)
 
37 (2e) 1759, 14 Jun (6th mo.): John and Margaret GARRETSON were both disowned by Wilmington Monthly Meeting.

John Garretson & Margaret, his w, "neglect that in-
cumbent & necessary duty of att mtgs for worship &
discipline & have been in the practice of binding
their children to those of another Society & the said
Margaret for consenting and allowing her daughter to
be married to a man of another persuasion in her own
house."
 
Collinder, Margret (I4234)
 
38 (2f) 1765, 21 Jan: Cornelius GARRETSON of New Castle Hunded, New Castle Co., wrote his will. "Cousin" John GARRETSON, son of his brother Casparus, was to pay "cousin" John GARRETSON's son Cullender 12 pounds.

List of children from
A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania
By John Gibson
Page 152
 
Garretson, John (I4170)
 
39 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F81
 
40 * * * * * * * * * *
We can obtain some indications of the inhabitants of the Little Fork area during the Revolutionary War by looking at a few of the Culpeper Classes. This is not an exhaustive list, but it does give us some idea as to who was living in the Little Fork.

In Class 33, there were:

Jacob Coones, Lt.;
Henry Coones;
Joseph Hufman;
Joseph Weyman;
Nathaniel Spilman;
James Samuel;
William Matthis;
>>>Stephen Jett;<<<
Davis Holder;
Benjamin Holder;
Jesse Williams;
John Curtis;
James Hufman; and
Aquila Matthis.
(John Curtis was the initial draft, but John Proctor was drafted in his place. Perhaps Curtis had medical problems.) 
Jett, Stephen (I158)
 
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Registered for the CW draft in Cass County Missouri

Milton Back
in the 1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Milton Back
Age: 57
Birth Year: abt 1823
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1880: Dolan, Cass, Missouri
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Farmer
Cannot read/write:
Household Members:
Name Age
Milton Back 57
Source Citation
Year: 1880; Census Place: Dolan, Cass, Missouri; Roll: 679; Family History Film: 1254679; Page: 33B; Enumeration District: 078; Image: 0514
Source Information
Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.
Original data: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Milton Back
in the 1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Milton Back
Age: 77
Birth Date: Jul 1822
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1900: Everett, Cass, Missouri
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Boarder
Marital Status: Single
Father's Birthplace: Kentucky
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Occupation: View on Image
Household Members:
Name Age
William A Easten 37
Mattie Easten 37
Maude M Easten 18
Laura P Easten 16
William L Easten 7
Jeston Easten 5
Milton Back 77
Source Citation
Year: 1900; Census Place: Everett, Cass, Missouri; Roll: 846; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0031; FHL microfilm: 1240846
Source Information
Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls. 
Back, Milton (I156)
 
42 ***********************************************
1830 Harlan Co. KY
Lewis Back
1 male age 40-50
1 female under 5
1 female 15-20
1 female 30-40
I think this is not his first wife, too long of a gap between children
all of the other Backs on same page, also Pennington, Fields, Caudle, Magard

1850 United States Federal Census
about Lewis Back
Name: Lewis Back
Age: 52
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1798
Birth Place: Virginia
Gender: Male
Home in 1850(City,County,State): District 2, Breathitt, Kentucky
Household Members: Name Age
Elizabeth Back 45
Lewis Back 52
(next to Asa Fields)

 
Back, Lewis (I106)
 
43 ***NOT PROVEN AS THE FATHER OF WILLIAM!!!

{this is a verbatim transcription of the handwritten pension submitted by Andrew
Harwell aka Harvey on 17 July 1832 in Perry Co. Kentucky. Transcribed 1/19/1999
by Perry Co. Kentucky Harvey Researcher, Ann Harvey Lahtinen}

Revolutionary Claim

For the purpose of obtaining the benefit of an act entitled, "An Act
supplementary to an act for the relief of certain Officers and Soldiers of the
Army of the Revolution, " approved on the 7th of June 1832. I, Andrew Harwell,
(sometimes called Harvey) living on Troublesome Creek in the County of Perry,
and state of Kentucky, do hereby declare that I was a private in the Army of the
Revolution, for upwards of twenty four months and continued in Service under
that and other arrangements in all five or six years, being until the end of the
war when I was discharged as a private in Capt. John Douglas's Company under
Col. Williams, who fell at the Battle of Kings Mountain. I further declare that
I do not remember the dates of my first enlistment but it was in County of
Sussex and State of Virginia _ that there was then no Captain of the Company but
Mayberry was Lieutenant and Commadant of the Company. _ The Company together
with myself was then marched from Sussex County to the White Plains in the
neighbourhood of the City of New York, where the head quarters of the American
Army then was _ that after the arrival at the White Plains I was put under the
command of Capt. Sinclair (his Christian name not recollected) who commanded the
Light Scout (as it was called) that the Colonel under whom he served was David
Mason, for some time until he took sick and I was then under Col Innis (the
Christian name not recollected) who took the place of Col Mason. That I enlisted
at first for three years, but before the time was expired, I enlisted to serve
during the war under Capt. Sinclair. That I was in the battle of Brandywine
under Sinclair as Capt. and Innes as Col. Genl Woodford was the Brigadier Genl
and Genl Stevens was Major General. Genl De La Fayette (called the French
Marquis) sometimes commanded, but I do not think that he regularly had the
command of the Troops from Virginia to which I belonged. I further declare that
I continued in service under the same Capt. and Col. at Germantown near
Philadelphia and was with General Washington's army not only at Brandywine but
went up the Schuylkill from there to Germantown, where I was in another battle _
but there was a portion of the American army that did not go to Germantown but
went to Rio Bank and Mud Island Fort _ From Germantown I went with the main Army
to White Marsh Hills, about twelve miles from Germantown, where we encamped for
a short time the weather being exceptionally cold _ Genl Washington had trees
cut down for some distance around the camp for the purpose of keeping off the
British Light Horses and whilst there the scouts had frequent skirmishes with
the enemy and provisions were uncommonly scarce and we had very hard times _
After staying awhile at White Marsh Hills, Genl Washington removed the army to
Valley Forge when they took up winter quarters, but I don't remember the dates
of the year _ However I was with some others detached as a foraging party to
procure provisions for horses and some few provisions and the portion of the
army to which I was attached wintered at the widow Keely's on French Creek _ in
a Mill _ Some time during the next spring I marched under Lieut. Mayberry from
French Creek to Fredicksberg in Virginia and from there we went to Blanford,
Pocahuntas and Petersburg. At Fredicksburg Col Bluford commanded and he
continued the command of the Regiment to which I was attached at Petersburg and
Col Parker was in command of another Regiment at Petersburg_Whilst at Petersburg
there was an orderly Sergeant, (I think named McLane) who had to give out
spirits and wine to the sick and attend to their comfort _ McLane, it was
discovered, neglected the sick and drank much of the wine and rum intended for
them and he was condemned to run the gauntlet _ which he did every other day for
several times _ He was an Irishman_

From Petersburg Col Bluford Regiments marched to out to the Hanging Rock in
North Carolina or near the State line. Whilst on our march near the Hanging
Rock, we were surprized [sic] by the enemy, who attacked us doubly mounted_each
Light Horseman having an Infantry man behind him_our guns were empty and we were
cut up and dispersed and the Regiment I think never again assembled_Some time
after this Tory Fanning (sometimes called Bald head Fanning and sometimes, Col
Fanning) who was a notorious Tory, took the Governor of North Carolina, at
Hillsborough and carried him to Wilmington_I then enlisted under Capt. White to
go to Wilmington and retake the Governor, but we were unsuccessful and were
defeated but whilst in the neighbourhood of Wilmington the news of the defeat of
Lord Cornwallis reached us and here I am a little too fast. After our defeat
under White we retreated back_White was our Captain, but we were commanded by
Genl Butler. On our retreat we met Genl Rutherford with other men and the horses
of Butler's men were then sent away and his men went a foot, but Rutherford's
were still mounted, provender was very scarce. It was the last time that we
went down to Wilmington that we heard of the Capture of Cornwallis_We did not
retake the Governor and I was a Sergeant of the Guard and we thought that Butler
acted badly_I was in no more battles during the Revolution until the Battle of
Kings Mountain_I was under Capt. John Douglas of Caswell County North
Carolina_our Col was Colonel Williams, who was killed at the battle, just before
it closed, but few guns were fired after his fall. We defeated the British and
Tories at King's Mountain, Col Ferguson, Col Martin & Col Husbands of the
British Army were killed _ We camped on the battle ground all night and took our
prisoners to Salem or the Moravian town_there I was discharged with many
others._Before we reached Salem,_there were nine Tories hung near to Catawba
river on one night and one next morning_among them was Col. Wills_Thirty six had
been condemned to be hung but twenty Six of them were pardoned_col Wm. Campbell
was one of the Cols at King's Mountain_I have been living in this County about
sixteen years_When I was was in Sinclair's company, Robert Glover, John
Cleveland, John McKinney, Peter Lynch and myself were in the same mess_I do not
know that any person who served with me during the revolution is now living or
if living, I know not where they reside._I presume my name must be upon the pay
Roll._ And further I declare that I was not, on the 1st day of May 1820 or any
time before or since on the Pension List of the United States. Witness my hand
and seal this 17th day of July in the year 1832. Andrew Harwell {seal}
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Andrew Harwell makes the following additional statement on oath before the Judge
of the Perry Circuit Court on the 17th day of October 1832 and states that he
does not know the date he was born, but he remembers very well when Independence
was declared in 1776 and thinks he was then about 20 years old. He from the best
information which he has on the subject of his age thinks that he is now about
76 years old. He was born in Scotland and came to America when a boy - no
parents were with him and he lived with Col. David Mason in Sussex County
Virginia, generally, but occasionally with Mason's son in law Jordon Richardson.
Col Mason used to send him to Williams____ after his letters & newspapers until
Mason went into the service when the petitioner went with him as a private. He
is not by any means certain that he entered service in 1776 or 77_ he was under
Lieutenant Mayberry for several months before he joined the main army near New
York. On the way towards the main army the men of the Col Mason were inoculated
for the Small pox at Dumfries - After the dispersion of Col. Bluford's Regiment
as stated heretofore, this petitioner went out or enlisted as a volunteer under
Capt. White in the North Carolina Militia he thinks in April 1781 and served
under him as Capt all the time & Butler as General for a part of the time & Genl
Rutherford for the balance of the time. He was marched to Wilmington as stated
and discharged some time he thinks in December 1781 - his discharge he kept for
some years but finally lost or destroyed it. He thinks he was out at least seven
months and was mostly engaged in watching the Tories & keeping them in check.
This petitioner lived in Caswell County when he enlisted under Capt White - he
also lived in said County when he enlisted under Capt John Douglas in the North
Carolina Militia he thinks about the 1st of August 1782 - he knows the weather
was very hot. He was under Col Williams, Col. Wm. Campbell, Col. Jas. Dysart or
Daisy and Col. Isaac Shelby at different times and was for a great portion of
his time with Douglas's Company engaged in keeping the Tories in check. He was
at the battle of King's Mountain as before stated - there is a mistake in his
original declaration in stating he was discharged at Salem - he was discharged
on his return to Caswell County in the fall of the year. He thinks he served
about 3 months under Capt Douglas. He had a discharge from Capt. Douglas but
lost it long since. He has no record of his age and never saw one. From Caswell
County (where he married) he removed to Washington County Virginia, from there
to Russell County and from the latter place to Perry County, Kenty where he has
resided the last 12 or 15 years. He is known to Daniel Duff a clergyman &
Alexander Patrick Esq and many others of his neighbors.

He hereby relinquishes all and every claim whatever to a pension or annuity
except the present and declares his name is not on the pension roll of the
agency of any state. Sworn to & subscribed the day & year aforesaid.

Andrew Harwell

Mr. Daniel Duff a clergyman & Alexander Patrick Esq both residing in Perry
county, do certify that we are well aquainted with Andrew Harwell who has signed
and sworn to this foregoing declaration. That we believe him to be 76 years of
age and we say he is a man of Truth and respect in the neighbourhood and
repricted(?) and believed to have been a soldier in the revolution and we concur
in that opinion sworn to and subscribed the day & year aforesaid.

Daniel Duff

Alexander Patrick

And the said Court declared their opinion after the investigation of the matter
and after putting the interrogatories as prescribed by the war department, that
the above named applicant, Andrew Harwell was a soldier of the revolution and
served as he states. And the said Court further certifies that it appears
satisfactorily that Daniel Duff is a clergyman residing in Perry County and
Alexander Patrick Esq residing in said county is a credible person & that their
statement is entitled to credit.

State of Kentucky } ____
Perry County _______ I ____ combs clerk of the Circuit Court of the County
aforesaid, do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original
proceedings of the said court in the matter of Andrew Harwell for a pension.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and private seal (there being
no seal of office) this 17th day of October 1832. _______ Combs
 
Harvey, Andrew (I1828)
 
44 *note that one of the witnesses was a SPILMAN. Witnesses to the wills of Harmon Bach and Joseph Back in Kentucky were also names Spilman/Spillman

Will of John Jett, 1763. Culpeper Co.

In the name of God Amen. I John Jett of the County of Culpeper Planter being Sick and weak in Body but of Perfect mind and memory, thanks be Given to God for the same, and calling to mind the Mortality of my Body and Knowing for
all men once to Die do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament, that is to say Principally and First of all I give and Recommend my Soul to the Hands of God that Gave it me, and for my Body I Recommend to the Earth to be Buried in Christian Like and Decent manner at the Discretion of my Executors hearafter named nothing Doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall Receive the same by the mighty Power of God and as Touching said Worldly Estate Wherewith hath Pleased God to be now upon me in this Life I
Give Desire and Disperse the same in manner and form Following.

Imprimus I give and Bequeath unto my Son Stephan Jett ten Shillings Virginia monny no more.....

Item I give and Bequeath to my son James Jett one Negroe girl Named Winny And one Feather Bed and furniture and one Horse of a Bauleagle Colour Branded on the Near Bullock with a Cross

Item My will and desire is that my Household Goods and Moveable Effects and stock after my Wifes Decease be all Sold at Publick Oction and the monny Equally Divided Between William Jett John Jett James Jett my three Sons and Elizabeth Roach Margret Butler and Mary Tapp my Three Daughters and all other Demands Likewise......

Item My will and Desire is that my Negroe's Will George Jacob and Peter be Sold at Publick Oction after the Decease of my Wife and the Monny Equally Divided between my Sons William Jett John Jett and Daughters Elizabeth Roach Margret Butler and Mary Tapp

Item My will and Desire that they Pay Just Debts and Likewise Constitute and Ordain my Wife Ann Jett John Jett and James Jett my Executors of this Last Will and Testament and I do hereby Utterly Disallow and revoke all and every Other Testament Wills Legacies Bequests and Executors by me in any Ways before Named Willed and Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this six day of May One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Three Signed Sealed Published Renounced and declared by the Said John Jett as his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of us the subscribers

James Spilman
John Jett (seal)
David (his + mark) Corbin
Ellender (his + mark) Cormaggey
Jacob (his + mark) I? or J? Clinch 
Jett, John (I285)
 
45 13th Ky CAV CSA
Captured at Gladesville, VA
Pvt. William Turner McIntosh: died in U.S. hospital at Richmond, March 4, 1865, while awaiting prisoner exchange

1860 United States Federal Census
about Turner McIntosh
Name: Turner McIntosh
Age in 1860: 26
Birth Year: abt 1834
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1860: District 1, Breathitt, Kentucky
Gender: Male
Post Office: Jackson
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members: Name Age
Turner McIntosh 26
Nancy McIntosh 24
Polly McIntosh 5
Martha McIntosh 3
Granville McIntosh 2
Pulina McIntosh 1
 
McIntosh, William Turner (I229)
 
46 13th KY CAV CSA
CAPTURED AT GLADEVILLE, VA, ON JULY 7, 1863
Pvt. Francis Clemons: exchanged at Point Lookout, February 24, 1865

1880 Breathitt Census
396. CLEMMONS Franklin 43 KKK (married)
John 21 (son)
Green 17
Matilda 10
Benjamin 8
Alexander 8
Moses 6
Clerinda 3
Lafayett 2/12 Mar 
Clemons, Francis (I4025)
 
47 13th KY Cav CSA Co G

1870 Breathitt Co., KY
David Russel 43 KY
Vina 21 KY
Sarah 7 KY
Polly 3 KY
Mima 3/12 KY
one household away from Alex Russel 26 & Caroline 27, Thomas 6, Maranda 3, all born in Kentucky
In 1900 there is a Thomas Russell born about 1866 NC in Breathitt

1880 United States Federal Census
about David Russell
Name: David Russell
Home in 1880: Troublesome, Breathitt, Kentucky
Age: 37
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1843
Birthplace: Kentucky
Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head)
Spouse's Name: Vianna
Father's birthplace: Virginia
Mother's birthplace: Virginia
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
David Russell 37
Vianna Russell 35
John C. Russell 18 He was also counted in grandfather's household
Sally A. Russell 15
Polly Russell 13
Gemima Russell 12
Mahala B. Russell 4

1900 United States Federal Census
about David Russel
Name: David Russel
[Daniel Russel]
Home in 1900: Georges Branch, Breathitt, Kentucky
Age: 55
Birth Date: 1845
Birthplace: Kentucky
Race: White
Ethnicity: American
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Spouse's Name: Viana
Marriage Year: 1863
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 37
Residence : Magisterial District 5, Georges Branch, Breathitt, Kentucky
Occupation: View Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
David Russel 55
Viana Russel 48
Mahaley Russel 23
Thomas Russel 20
James Russel 16
Susa Russel 13
Pearl Russel 11
James Russel 4
 
Russell, David Cummings (I535)
 
48 1790 Greenville SC page adjoining Elinor Garrison & Robert Harrison

From Winnie Webb Whitaker:
Martin Webb bought his land on the Saluda River from Robert Harrison in 1791.

Will dated 8/3/1815

Warren County will book B
WEBB, Martin Sr. Will. Wife. Nancy. My children. Dated August 3, 1816. Witnesses Archibald Miller, Robert Davis, Carter Harrison. Recorded January Court 1817. pg155 
Webb, Martin (I223)
 
49 1790 Greenville, SC, same page as Elinor Garrison & Robert Harrison

1810 Warren Co., KY

1820 Grayson Co., KY these six are all together
Philip Sr. 45+ would be 67 years old
also Philip Jr. (was in Grayson in 1810, next to Old James)
James same age range as Philip Sr. 45+ (was in Grayson in 1810)
James, son of Philip
John (probably son)
Martin (son)

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
I Phillip Jones, appoint my friends John Simmons and Edward Simmons of Robertson Co., TN; my attorneys to transact business for me in Caroline Co., VA to recover Negroes and other property, also all legacies and monies. - Warren Co., KY Deed Book B1, p332, 05 Nov 1802" 
Jones, Phillip (I220)
 
50 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F123
 

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