Descendants of John Graham

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Generation No. 1

1.  JOHN4 GRAHAM  (DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Dr. Willard
Rouse Jillson, The Will of Judge John Graham, of Floyd County,
Kentucky,  (Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, 1923),
78,79,80.) was born January 01, 1765 in Augusta Co., Va, and died April
20, 1835 in Floyd Co. KY.  He married REBECCA WITTEN (Source: Dr.
Willard Rouse Jillson, A Sketch of the Life and Times of Rebecca Witten
Graham, of Floyd County Kentucky, 1775-1843,  (Register of the Kentucky
State Historical Society, 1923).) February 10, 1803 in Tazewell, Co.,
VA, daughter of THOMAS WITTEN and ELEANOR CECIL.

Notes for JOHN GRAHAM:
Descended from Donegal Ireland.  Fought in the Revolution.  He was
orphaned at the age of three.  When he was 10 years old, he enlisted in
the 8th Virginia Regt, Continental Line, Capt. George Vallandingham;s
Co., on 5 Oct. 1775.
He began in the early 1780's wandering over the mountains into western
lands and becoming familiar with lands of Virginia and Kentucky.  In
1797 he laid out Preston's Station (now Prestonsburg) for Col. John
Preston.  As early as June 27, 1797 Graham had completed the surveyeing
of a 2000 acre tract, presently Emma, Calf Creek and Cow Creek, Floyd
Co., Ky.  It soon became his own.  In 1805 he moved his family to Emma
and completed his home in 1807.  He established a general store at his
home.   In 1815 he initiated a bank and began to loan money to
settlers.  He established a mill in Big Sandy, called Graham's Mill near
present Dwale Ky.   He sold the tract of land for the streets and the
alleys and the Old Courthouse Square for $1.00 to the County of Floyd to
form Prestonsburg on June 26, 1815.  At the time of his death he owned
thirteen slaves.

>From an article printed in The Register of the Kentucky State Historical
Society, reprinted from; Jillson, Willard Rouse, THE BIG SANDY VALLEY,
1923:
    ...Feeling the approach of death in the Spring of 1835, Judge Graham
wrote the following will which was probated during the succeeding June
term of the Floyd County Court.  Although ordered to be recorded, this
appears never to have been done.  The copy printed below is reproduced
from one made by G.H. Davidson, Deputy Clerk of Floyd County for Judge
Graham's grandson, James Polk Harris, April 7, 1881.  It was secured by
the writer from W.C. Gobel, Deputy Clerk of the Floyd Circuit Court on
November 8, 1923.

                              "Will of Judge Graham"
   "In the name of God Amen.
   "I, John Graham of the County of Floyd and State of Kentucky do make,
ordain and publish this as my last will and testament in the manner as
follow to wit"
   "I will that after my decease my body be decently buried.
   "Item First:  I will that all my just debts be first paid by my
executors hereinafter named.
   "Item Second:  I will and bequeath to my beloved wife, Rebecca Graham
all that part of the tract of land whereon I now live, Beginning at
Sandy River and running straight with the upper cross fence of the
meadow to the back line of the survey, thence with said back line to
David Morgan's line, thence to Sandy River, and thence down the river to
the beginning:  also one Negro boy named Henry, one Negro girl named
Delpha, also one Negro woman named Rachel and one Negro boy named
Nelson:  also all the geese, fifteen head of sheep, four cows and
calves, one brown mare, one black horse Snap and twenty head of hogs,
also all the dead victuals, corn oats and hay on the farm at the time of
my decease, all of which land, Negroes and other property my said wife
Rebecca Graham is to dispose of at her death as she sees proper in full
of her part of my estate.
   "Item third:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Mayo a
tract of land lying on Sandy river called the Cains place which I have
heretofore conveyed to her husband Jacob Mayo, also one Negro girl named
Jemima, two cows and calves, two beds and furniture which I have
heretofore given to the said Rebecca Mayo as a part of her estate.
   "Item Fourth:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Dorothy Trimble a
tract of land and whereon her husband Edwin Trimble now lives which I
have heretofore deeded to the said Trimble, also one Negro girl Nancy,
also two cows and calves, two beds and furniture which I have heretofore
given the said Dorothy Trimble as a part of her estate.
   "Item Fifth:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Eleanor Morgan the
tract of land whereon her hunband David Morgan now lives which I have
heretofore conveyed to the said David Morgan two cows and calves, two
beds and furniture which I have heretofore given the said Eleanor Morgan
as a part of her estate.
   "Item Sixth:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Sophia Layne, one
Negro girl named Sally, two cows and calves, two beds and furniture
which I have heretofore given her as a part of her estate,, and I have
executed to her husband William H. Layne, a title bond for the tract of
land whereon he now lives upon,, he and James S. Layne paying me one
thousand dollars for which they are bound to my estate which I
considered equal to the portions given to my other children over and
above the said one thousand dolars as a part of the estate of the said
Sophia Layne.
   "Item Seventh:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Tabitha Graham
all the land which I won on the waters of Cow and Calf Creeks and the
Broad hollow supposed to contain Seven Hundred and fifty acres, two cows
and calves, two beds and furniture and one Negro girl named Hester Ann
as a part of the said Tabitha Graham's estate.
   "Item Eighth:  I will and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Graham
all that part of the farm whereon I now live, Beginning at Sandy river
thence on a straight line with the upper cross fence of the meadow to
the back line of the survey, then down with said back line to Jacob
Mayo's upper line thence to Sandy river, thence up the same to the
beginning two cows and calves, two beds and furniture, one roan filly,
also one Negro girl Jane, as a part of the estate of the said Elizabeth
Graham.
   "Item Ninth:  I will that at my death my Negro woman named Suckey
(the wife of the Negro Jack) go free from me and my heirs forever.
   "Item Tenth:  I will and bequeath that the following Slaves to wit:
John, Stamper, Clay and Caroline and all of my personal estate after the
payment of my debts be equally divided among all my children, and it is
my wish and desire that none of said Slaves go out of the family.
   "Item Eleventh:  It is my will and desire if the part of my estate
however, bequeathed to my daughter Tabitha Graham, should not be
considered equal to the portions given to my other children that it
shall be made up to her in money out of my estate.
   "Item Twelfth:  I will and desire that my executors herinafter named
settle and adjust all the debts, dues and demands from and against the
estate of my son Thomas W. Graham deceased, of which I was the
Administrator and sole heir.
   "Item Thirteenth:  I hereby nominate constitute and appoint Jacob
Mayo and Edwin Trimble sole executors of this my last will and
testament.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed
my Seal this 19th day of April in the year 1835.
   Signed sealed and published in presence of us   his   Robert (X)
Harrel mark Samuel Isaacks  Filed April 7, 1881, H.H. Firzpatrick,
C.F.C.C. by G.R. Davidson, D.C.

More About JOHN GRAHAM:
Fact 1: 1799, named deputy surveyor
Fact 2: June 28, 1808, elected 1st judge of Floyd Co., KY
Fact 3: severd in the 8th VA Reg in Rev War
Fact 4: Aft. 1781, lived Tazewell Co., VA
Fact 5: 1800, member of Kentucky House of Representatives

Notes for REBECCA WITTEN:
In her will, the Negro boy Henry is set free and the Negro girl Zerelda
given to Ann Morgan.  She was a Methodist.  In 1837 she was assessed tax
for 250 acre of first class land, 5 slaves and 5 horses$4,700.
                             WILL OF REBECCA WITTEN GRAHAM
In the Name of God Amen.
   I, Rebecca Graham of the County of Floyd and State of Kentucky being
weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory do make and ordain
this my last will and testament as follows, to-wit:
   First:, I desire after my decease to be decently buried and that all
my just debts be paid.
   Item:  I give unto my negro boy Henry his freedom to go free from me
and my heirs forever from the time of my deceased.
   Item:  I give and bequeath to my grand daughter Ann Morgan my negro
girl, Zerelda, also the dun mare call the "Milly Filly" also two beds
and furniture, also two cows and calves and ten head of sheep.
   Item:  I give and bequeath unto my grandson Andrew Jackson Harris
fifty acre of land lying on the opposite side of the river from where I
live being the same conveyed to me by Tabitha Harris.
   Item:  I give unto my daughters Rebecca Mayo, Dorothy Trimble, Sophia
Layne and Elizabeth Johns each one sixth part of the faum on which I
live and of the back land adjacent thereto.
   Item:  I give unto Edmon Trimble one Sixth part of the farm on which
I live and of the back lands adjacent thereto to be held by him as
trustee for the sole use and benefit of my daughter Eleanor Morgan.
   Item:  I give unto Edwin Trimble on sixth part of the farm on which I
live and of the back lands adjacent thereto to be held by him as trustee
for and benefit of my daughter Tabitha Harris.
   Item:  I give unto my grandson Thomas Graham Morgan one Bureau.
   Item:  I desire that my executors may discharge any ballance due the
estate of John Graham deceased for property purchased by me at the sale
of the property with its interest deducting the proper credit for
payments made by me.
   Item:  I give unto Thomas Graham Morgan one saddle.
   Item:  I give unto Rebecca Morgan two cows and calves.
   Item:  I give unto my grand son Thomas Graham Layne one cow and calf>

   Item:  It is my desire that the ballance of stock not herein
specially divided be equally divided among all my grand children.
   Item:  I want the black boys John and Henry to have each of them one
of my colts.
   Item:  I give unto Rebecca Morgan one bed and furniture.
   I also desire that any property not herein specially devised be
equally divided among all my grand children.
   I desire that Greenville Lackey and Edwin Trimble shall act as
executors of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby appoint
them as such.
   August 19th, 1843

Children of JOHN GRAHAM and REBECCA WITTEN are:
 i. THOMAS WITTEN5 GRAHAM (Source: Jillson, Dr. Willard Rouse, John
Graham of Virginia, 551.), b. January 19, 1804, Tazewell, Co., VA; d.
October 23, 1833, Allen, Floyd Co., KY.

More About THOMAS WITTEN GRAHAM:
Fact 3: died abt age 30 unmarried, buried Emma, KY
Fact 4: August 01, 1825, father, John Graham, deeded him land in Allen
KY

2. ii. REBECCA GRAHAM, b. August 12, 1806, Floyd Co. KY; d. December 14,
1898, Floyd Co. KY.
3. iii. DOROTHY GRAHAM, b. Abt. 1807, Floyd Co. KY; d. Floyd Co. KY.
4. iv. ELEANOR 'NELLIE' GRAHAM, b. 1810, Floyd Co. KY; d. 1906, Paoli,
Chickasaw Nation, OK.
5. v. TABITHA GRAHAM, b. August 08, 1812, Floyd Co. KY; d. Floyd Co. KY.

6. vi. SOPHIA GRAHAM, b. 1814, Floyd Co. KY.
7. vii. ELIZABETH GRAHAM, b. November 21, 1818, Floyd Co. KY; d.
December 08, 1895, Prestonsburg, KY.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  REBECCA5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
August 12, 1806 in Floyd Co. KY, and died December 14, 1898 in Floyd Co.
KY.  She married JACOB MAYO (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern
And Southeastern Kentucky, 451.) December 14, 1826 in Floyd Co. KY, son
of WILLIAM MAYO and ELIZABETH HANCOCK.

More About JACOB MAYO:
Fact 1: Bet. 1825 - 1839, succeeded his father as Circuit Court Clerk

Children of REBECCA GRAHAM and JACOB MAYO are:
8. i. MARY JANE6 MAYO, b. 1828, Floyd Co., KY.
9. ii. WILLIAM J. MAYO, b. April 30, 1830, Floyd Co. KY; d. January 12,
1873, Floyd Co. KY.
10. iii. SUSAN CHARLOTTE MAYO, b. 1833.
11. iv. TABETHA MAYO, b. 1836.
 v. JULIA MAYO (Source: Tombstone.), b. July 04, 1838, Floyd Co. KY; d.
April 01, 1905, Floyd Co. KY; m. JOHN W. MAYO, SR. (Source: Tombstone.),
August 17, 1859, Floyd Co. KY.

3.  DOROTHY5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
Abt. 1807 in Floyd Co. KY, and died in Floyd Co. KY.  She married EDWIN
TRIMBLE July 22, 1827 in Floyd Co. KY.

Children of DOROTHY GRAHAM and EDWIN TRIMBLE are:
 i. EDWIN6 TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1837.
 ii. WILLIAM L. TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1840.
 iii. JOSEPHINE THOMAS TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1843.
 iv. THOMAS TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1848.
 v. MAGGIE TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1850.

Notes for MAGGIE TRIMBLE:
twin of Robert

 vi. ROBERT TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1850.

Notes for ROBERT TRIMBLE:
twin of Maggie

4.  ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was
born 1810 in Floyd Co. KY, and died 1906 in Paoli, Chickasaw Nation,
OK.  She married DAVID MORGAN, SR. December 25, 1825 in Floyd Co. KY
(Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 4, pg. 346.), son of WILLIAM
MORGAN and ???.

More About ELEANOR 'NELLIE' GRAHAM:
Fact 4: father John Graham gave her 2000 acres, now Emma, Ky

Notes for DAVID MORGAN, SR.:
In 1814, after his father and grandfather were murdered, Patrick
Cummings and William J. Mayo were appointed his guardians. (Floyd Co
Order Book 1, Dec. 1813).  He acquired the estate of his deceased father
on 22 Nov. 1824.  He bacame fond of racing horses, drinking whiskey, and
fighting.  Family tradition holds that while he was away at the races a
daughter was born   He felt so badly about missing birth that he swore
off drink and he freed his slaves.  He was listed in the 2 Aug 1850
Census at Floyd Co., KY, occupation farmer, no slaves.  He moved in 1852
to Edgar Co., IL, where other members of the Morgan family had moved in
the 1820's.  His eldest son, Thomas Graham Morgan, remained in KY.
During the Civil War Thomas Graham Morgan served the CSA while his
brother David, Jr. served in the Union Army.

More About DAVID MORGAN, SR.:
Fact 1: 1826, Recieved his 1/3 inheritance from his father's murder.

Children of ELEANOR GRAHAM and DAVID MORGAN are:
 i. MARY A.6 MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. Abt. 1826, Floyd
Co. KY.
 ii. THOMAS GRAHAM MORGAN, b. 1830, Floyd Co. KY.

More About THOMAS GRAHAM MORGAN:
Fact 1: September 01, 186, Enlisted Co. K, 14th Cav Regt., CSA, Wise
Co., KY

 iii. REBECCA MORGAN, b. Abt. 1832, Floyd Co. KY; m. WILLIAM 'OR
BENJAMIN' F. BLANCHARD, December 24, 1855, Edgar Co., IL.
 iv. ELEANOR MORGAN, b. 1834, Floyd Co. KY; m. FERDINAND M. KINSLOW, May
02, 1861, Edgar Co., IL.
12. v. DAVID MORGAN, JR., b. April 03, 1836, Floyd Co. KY; d. March 16,
1916, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.
13. vi. WILLIAM MORGAN, b. 1838, Floyd Co. KY; d. Aft. 1920, Carroll
Co., MO.
14. vii. DOROTHY 'DOLLY' MORGAN, b. February 18, 1842, Floyd Co. KY; d.
April 29, 1875, Montana, Kansas.
 viii. ANNE 'ANNIE' MORGAN, b. 1844, Floyd Co. KY; d. Bef. 1850, Floyd
Co., KY.
 ix. JAMES 'K.P.' KNOX POLK MORGAN, b. 1844, Floyd Co. KY.
 x. RICHARD MORGAN, b. Bef. 1845, Floyd Co. KY; d. Bef. 1850, Floyd Co.,
KY.
 xi. JOHN GRAHAM MORGAN, b. 1847, Floyd Co. KY.
 xii. SUSAN MORGAN, b. Abt. 1848; m. ADAM GEARHEART, JR., August 16,
1868, Edgar Co., IL (Source: Edgar Co., Il Marriages, B/83.).

More About ADAM GEARHEART, JR.:
Fact 3: 1st Lt.-Co. F 13 Reft Cav. CSA. Buried Gearheart Cem, 1 mi N of
Hueysville, KY

15. xiii. TEMPERANCE MORGAN, b. February 21, 1851, Floyd Co. KY; d.
April 12, 1940, Spokane, WA.
 xiv. FRANKLIN P. MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1856, Edgar
Co., IL.

5.  TABITHA5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born August 08, 1812 in Floyd Co.
KY, and died in Floyd Co. KY.  She married JOHN BUD HARRIS (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 247.) June 25, 1835 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Floyd County Marriage Book.).

Children of TABITHA GRAHAM and JOHN HARRIS are:
 i. ANDREW J.6 HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. March
24, 1836, Floyd Co. KY; m. MERIBAH F. PRICE (Source: Pike County,
Kentucky Marriages, 1818-1875.), December 10, 1867, Pike Co., KY
(Source: Pike County, Kentucky Marriages, 1818-1875.).
 ii. EDWIN P. HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b.
October 16, 1837, Floyd Co., KY.
 iii. WILLIAM JACK HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b.
July 22, 1839, Floyd Co. KY; d. Floyd Co. KY; m. MIRIAM 'MYRAM'
GEARHEART (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).
 iv. THOMAS HARRIS, b. Abt. 1841.
16. v. JAMES POLK HARRIS, b. January 13, 1845, Johnson Co., KY; d. June
26, 1918, Floyd Co. KY.
17. vi. JOHN QUINCEY HARRIS, b. December 14, 1849, Floyd Co. KY; d.
April 16, 1930, Floyd Co. KY.
18. vii. CALIFORNIA HARRIS, b. December 09, 1850, Floyd Co. KY.
19. viii. BUENA VISTA HARRIS, b. April 08, 1852, Floyd Co. KY; d.
October 04, 1886, Emma, Floyd Co., Ky.
20. ix. NEWTON PERRY HARRIS, b. September 28, 1854, Floyd Co. KY; d.
April 08, 1917, Floyd Co. KY.

6.  SOPHIA5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1814
in Floyd Co. KY.  She married (1) WILLIAM HENRY LAYNE December 28, 1832
in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book.), son of JAMES
LAYNE and KATHERINE HAGER.  She married (2) JOHN NESBETT 1845 in Floyd
Co., KY.

Children of SOPHIA GRAHAM and WILLIAM LAYNE are:
 i. THOMAS G.6 LAYNE, b. 1833.
 ii. MARTHA A. LAYNE, b. Abt. 1835.
21. iii. JAMES SHANNON LAYNE, JR., b. Abt. 1838, Floyd Co. KY; d. Floyd
Co. KY.
22. iv. JOHN WITTEN LAYNE, b. August 31, 1839, Prestonsburg, Floyd Co.
KY; d. May 30, 1923, Floyd Co. KY.

Children of SOPHIA GRAHAM and JOHN NESBETT are:
 v. WILLIAM H.6 NESBETT, m. ARMENTA CLARK.
 vi. TANDY MONROE NESBETT, m. MOLLY RICHMOND.
 vii. SARAH NESBETT.

7.  ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM (JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source:
Tombstone.) was born November 21, 1818 in Floyd Co. KY, and died
December 08, 1895 in Prestonsburg, KY.  She married THOMAS P. JOHNS
March 08, 1838 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book.),
son of THOMAS JOHNS and NANCY LAYNE.

Notes for ELIZABETH GRAHAM:
>From her father's, John Graham, will on record at the Floyd County
courthouse.
"I will and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth all that part of the
farm whereon I now live, beginning at Sandy River thence on a straight
line with the upper cross fence of the meadow to the back line of the
survey, then down the said back line to Jacob Mayo's upper line thence
to Sandy River, thence up the same to the beginning, two cows and
calves, two beds and furniture, on roan filly, also one Negro girl Jane,
as a part of the estate of the said Elizabeth Graham"

More About ELIZABETH GRAHAM:
Fact 3: buried Johns cemetary, Dwale, KY

Children of ELIZABETH GRAHAM and THOMAS JOHNS are:
23. i. JOHN GRAHAM6 JOHNS, b. March 03, 1839, Prestonsburg, KY; d.
February 28, 1921, Prestonsburg, KY.
 ii. REBECCA JOHNS, b. 1844, Floyd Co. KY.
24. iii. JULIA A. JOHNS, b. 1846, Floyd Co. KY.
 iv. MARY ELIZABETH JOHNS, b. 1848, Floyd Co. KY; m. JAMES 'SPEED'
SMITH.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH JOHNS:
Her grandaughter Oriole Gromley married Willard Jullson, historian and
geologist and lived in Frankfort, KY

 v. THOMAS JOHNS, b. 1852.

More About THOMAS JOHNS:
Fact 1: 1916, lives in Winchester, KY

25. vi. JOSEPHINE JOHNS, b. January 29, 1854, Big Mud Creek, Floyd Co.,
KY; d. December 12, 1888, Floyd Co. KY.
 vii. ALICE (ALLIE) JOHNS (Source: Tombstone.), b. February 06, 1854,
Floyd Co. KY; d. April 16, 1907, Floyd Co., KY; m. JACOB GOBLE.
26. viii. HARRY DANIEL JOHNS, b. February 02, 1862, Floyd Co. KY; d. May
13, 1921, Floyd Co., KY.
 

Generation No. 3

8.  MARY JANE6 MAYO (REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1828 in Floyd Co., KY.  She married MICHAEL SCOTT
REYNOLDS.

Child of MARY MAYO and MICHAEL REYNOLDS is:
27. i. WILLIAM JAMES7 REYNOLDS, b. Abt. 1860, Floyd Co., KY.

9.  WILLIAM J.6 MAYO (REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born April 30, 1830 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.), and died January 12, 1873 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.).  He married LOUISE J. WALKER November 04, 1858 in Floyd Co.
KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book.).

Notes for WILLIAM J. MAYO:
William J. and his son, James M., drowned while on a ferry at Bull Creek
on the Vevisa Fork of the Big Sandy River.

Children of WILLIAM MAYO and LOUISE WALKER are:
 i. JAMES M.7 MAYO, b. August 24, 1859, Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.); d. January 12, 1873 (Source: Tombstone.).
 ii. JOHN G. MAYO, b. December 06, 1860, Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.); d. November 03, 1874, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).
 iii. WILLIAM T. MAYO, b. Abt. 1863, Floyd Co. KY; m. SARAH HARRIS,
October 20, 1907, Floyd Co. KY.
 iv. MARY E. MAYO, b. Abt. 1867.
 v. JOSEPHINE MAYO, b. Abt. 1871; m. JOHN 'BUD' HARRIS.
 vi. G.W. MAYO, b. Abt. 1873, Floyd Co. KY; m. MARY BROWN, December 11,
1906, Floyd Co. KY.

10.  SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO (REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1833.  She married SAMUEL WALKER PORTER.

Child of SUSAN MAYO and SAMUEL PORTER is:
28. i. ANNA7 PORTER, b. May 21, 1857, Floyd Co., KY; d. July 21, 1944,
Floyd Co., KY.

11.  TABETHA6 MAYO (REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1836.  She married MIAL M. MAYO (Source: (1)
Tombstone., (2) Census of Floyd County, 1850 and 1870.) October 22, 1857
in Floyd Co. KY, son of WILSON MAYO and JANE STRATTON.

Children of TABETHA MAYO and MIAL MAYO are:
 i. SIDNEY J.7 MAYO, b. Abt. 1864.
 ii. SOLOMON C. MAYO, b. Abt. 1866.
 iii. REBECCA J. MAYO, b. January 1870.

12.  DAVID6 MORGAN, JR. (ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born April 03, 1836 in Floyd Co. KY, and
died March 16, 1916 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.  He married MARY
ELIZABETH PERKINS Abt. 1868 in Lake Charles, LA.

More About DAVID MORGAN, JR.:
Fact 1: buried Magnolia Cem., Westlake Section, Lake Charles, LA
Fact 2: June 10, 1861, Enlisted 21st Illinois Vol. Inf., Paris, IL
Fact 3: February 27, 1865, Mustered out, Sgt.
Fact 4: June 25, 1900, Louisiana Census listed as an invalid with
prosthesis
Fact 5: buried Magnolia Cemetery, Westlake, Louisiana

Children of DAVID MORGAN and MARY PERKINS are:
29. i. GEORGE7 MORGAN, b. 1871, Louisiana; d. Bef. 1937, Beaumont, TX.
30. ii. ROBERT MORGAN, b. April 1875, Texas; d. Aft. 1937, Houston, TX.
31. iii. MARY ACKLIN MORGAN, b. February 14, 1878, Liberty, TX; d. May
05, 1974, DeRidder, Louisiana.
32. iv. WARD MORGAN, b. August 1880, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA; d.
February 01, 1919, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.
33. v. ANNETTE 'ANNIE' MORGAN, b. May 1885, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA;
d. Abt. 1917, Houston, TX.

13.  WILLIAM6 MORGAN (ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1838 in Floyd Co. KY, and died Aft. 1920 in
Carroll Co., MO.  He married LOUISA W. JOHNS January 05, 1865 in St.
Charles, MO, daughter of JOHN JOHNS and CATHERINE WOODRUFF.

More About WILLIAM MORGAN:
Fact 3: Met Louisa Johns while attending Miami Univ, Toledo, OH

Children of WILLIAM MORGAN and LOUISA JOHNS are:
 i. JOHN JAY7 MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1865.
34. ii. ROBERT ALLEN MORGAN, b. May 21, 1868, LaFayette Co., MO; d.
1939, Oklahoma.
 iii. NELLIE G. MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1869; d. 1873.
 iv. KATE WOODRUFF MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1871; d.
1871.
 v. WILLIE MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1872; d. 1872.
 vi. MARY W. MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1874.
 vii. CHARLES HENRY MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1878; d.
1880.
 viii. WILLIAM MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick, He was known to be a
farmer and a land lawyer.  They lived in Illinois in 1865, then to
LaFayette Co., MO in 1868 and finally settled in Carroll Co., Mo in 1869
and remained there until 1894 when they moved to Indian Territory (later
Oklahoma) possibly because he had shot a man in Missouri.), b. 1879; d.
Aft. 1960.
 ix. FLOYD GRAHAM MORGAN (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1882.

14.  DOROTHY 'DOLLY'6 MORGAN (ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born February
18, 1842 in Floyd Co. KY, and died April 29, 1875 in Montana, Kansas.
She married ADAM TUSTISON (Source: Harold D. Hederick, Adam was referred
to as "Little Grandpa" as he was less than five foot tall and he lived
in a house next to his son Robert about four miles southwest of Hinton,
OK.  They lived in Salt Pond and Post Oak Townships, MO in the period
between 1880 and 1900 moving to Caddo, OK sometime in the early 1900's.)
September 19, 1866 in Edgar Co., IL.

Children of DOROTHY MORGAN and ADAM TUSTISON are:
35. i. CHARLES7 TUSTISON, b. June 23, 1867, Edgar Co., Illinois; d.
August 08, 1943, Hinton, OK.
 ii. FRANKLIN B. TUSTISON (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1869, Edgar
Co., Illinois.
 iii. ROBERT LEE TUSTISON (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1871,
Kansas; d. 1956.
 iv. HERBERT TUSTISON (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1873, Kansas.
 v. ERNEST TUSTISON (Source: Harold D. Hederick.), b. 1875, Kansas.

15.  TEMPERANCE6 MORGAN (ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick, She grew up near
Paris, Illinois and they moved in 1890 to Preston and then to Rosalia,
Washington where her gusband established a 1,000 acre wheat ranch.) was
born February 21, 1851 in Floyd Co. KY, and died April 12, 1940 in
Spokane, WA.  She married ROBERT JAMESON FISKE September 13, 1873 in
Livingston Co., MO (Source: Livingston Co., Mo Marriage Record.).

Children of TEMPERANCE MORGAN and ROBERT FISKE are:
 i. CLAUDE7 FISKE, b. 1875; d. 1950.
 ii. DOROTHY FISKE, b. 1880.
36. iii. PEBBLE MAY FISKE, b. February 04, 1882, Warransburg, MO; d.
April 05, 1971, Long Beach, CA.
 iv. CORNET FISKE, b. 1888; d. 1987.

16.  JAMES POLK6 HARRIS (TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born January
13, 1845 in Johnson Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died June 26, 1918
in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).  He married ELIZABETH 'ANNIE' ANN
MERRITT (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) July 09, 1874 in Floyd
Co., KY.

Notes for JAMES POLK HARRIS:
Only one of their children born here.  Father John moved temporarily to
Paintsville while he was building the newly formed Johnson Co.'s first
court house.

Children of JAMES HARRIS and ELIZABETH MERRITT are:
 i. ROBERT7 HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1875.
 ii. RICHARD HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1877.
 iii. FLAVIUS GUSTAVIAH HARRIS, b. November 07, 1877, Floyd Co. KY
(Source: Tombstone.); d. December 03, 1884, Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.).
37. iv. LEE P. HARRIS, b. Abt. 1880, Floyd Co. KY; d. Floyd Co. KY.
 v. MOUSIE HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1881; m. ? STEPHENS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).
38. vi. GEORGIA HARRIS, b. Abt. 1885.
39. vii. REBECCA HARRIS, b. Abt. 1887, Floyd Co. KY.
40. viii. GARLAND RUSH HARRIS, b. 1888, Floyd Co. KY; d. 1963, Floyd Co.
KY.

17.  JOHN QUINCEY6 HARRIS (TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born December
14, 1849 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died April 16, 1930
in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).  He married (1) ARTE E. TARTER
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).  He married (2) ANNA WOODS
January 06, 1895 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book,
Book 8, pg 133, Harris, John Q., age 45, 3rd marriage, res. Floyd Co.
KY, farmer, he and parents b. Floyd Co. KY  Bride:  Ann Woods, age 22,
she and parents b. Floyd Co. KY.  To be married at home of James Woods
on 6 Jan. 1895.).

Child of JOHN HARRIS and ARTE TARTER is:
41. i. MAUDE7 HARRIS, b. Abt. 1868, Floyd Co., KY.

18.  CALIFORNIA6 HARRIS (TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born December
09, 1850 in Floyd Co. KY.  She married GEORGE W. BRANHAM (Source: Donna
Bott, 247.) Abt. 1870 in Floyd Co., KY, son of WILLIAM BRANHAM and
CATHERINE STRATTON.

Children of CALIFORNIA HARRIS and GEORGE BRANHAM are:
 i. CATHERINE7 BRANHAM, b. 1871, Floyd Co., KY.
 ii. FLORIDA BRANHAM, b. 1874, Floyd Co., KY; m. JAMES SIZEMORE, 1892,
Floyd Co., KY.
 iii. THOMAS BRANHAM, b. 1877, Floyd Co., KY.
 iv. WILLIAM J. BRANHAM, b. 1880, Floyd Co., KY.
 v. LUTHER BRANHAM, b. Abt. 1881, Floyd Co., KY.
 vi. JOSEPH BRANHAM, b. Abt. 1883, Floyd Co., KY.

19.  BUENA VISTA6 HARRIS (TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born April
08, 1852 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died October 04, 1886
in Emma, Floyd Co., Ky (Source: Tombstone.).  She married TAYLOR MERRITT
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 247, 289.) 1879 in Floyd Co. KY
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 289.).

Notes for BUENA VISTA HARRIS:
Was married only 6 short years when she died of a fever.

More About BUENA VISTA HARRIS:
Cause of Death: fever

Children of BUENA HARRIS and TAYLOR MERRITT are:
 i. SON7 MERRITT, b. Abt. 1880.
 ii. TOMMIE MERRITT, b. 1886, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.); d.
1903, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).

Notes for TOMMIE MERRITT:
Died age 19 unmarried

20.  NEWTON PERRY6 HARRIS (TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was born
September 28, 1854 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died April
08, 1917 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).  He married HELEN
STRATTON (Source: Tombstone, 247.) 1876, daughter of ANDREW STRATTON and
CATHERINE GEARHEART.

Child of NEWTON HARRIS and HELEN STRATTON is:
 i. JACK7 HARRIS, b. February 15, 1882, Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Tombstone.); d. May 25, 1933, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).

21.  JAMES SHANNON6 LAYNE, JR. (SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born Abt. 1838 in Floyd Co. KY, and died in Floyd Co.
KY.  He married MARGARET WEBB January 20, 1860 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Floyd County Marriage Book.).

Child of JAMES LAYNE and MARGARET WEBB is:
42. i. POCOHONTAS 'POLKA'7 LAYNE, b. 1860, Floyd Co. KY; d. November 28,
1949, Floyd Co. KY.

22.  JOHN WITTEN6 LAYNE (SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And Southeastern
Kentucky.) was born August 31, 1839 in Prestonsburg, Floyd Co. KY, and
died May 30, 1923 in Floyd Co. KY.  He married ANGELINE AUXIER (Source:
Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And Southeastern Kentucky.) 1870 in
Floyd Co. KY, daughter of NATHANIEL AUXIER and HESTER MAYO.

Notes for JOHN WITTEN LAYNE:
Raised his own company in the Union Army, Civil War (War of Northern
Aggression), was postmaster at Prestonsburg for twelve years; studied
dentistry un Dr. Work and practiced for many years; and was a merchant.

More About JOHN WITTEN LAYNE:
Fact 1: fought in Civil War for the Union
Fact 2: Owned the Bonanza Hotel, Prestonsburg

Children of JOHN LAYNE and ANGELINE AUXIER are:
43. i. WILLIAM HENRY7 LAYNE, b. March 10, 1874, Prestonsburg, Floyd Co.,
KY; d. September 19, 1944, Floyd Co. KY.
44. ii. ANNIE S. LAYNE, b. April 06, 1878, Prestonsburg, KY.
 iii. JOHN LAYNE (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And
Southeastern Kentucky.), b. Abt. 1880, Prestonsburg, Floyd Co. KY.

More About JOHN LAYNE:
Fact 1: Secretary and General Manager of KY Solvay Co., Ashland, KY

 iv. GRACE LAYNE (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And
Southeastern Kentucky.), b. Abt. 1882.

More About GRACE LAYNE:
Fact 1: died as a child

 v. JAMES TRIMBLE LAYNE (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And
Southeastern Kentucky.), b. Abt. 1884.

More About JAMES TRIMBLE LAYNE:
Fact 1: died at age 32 yrs.

23.  JOHN GRAHAM6 JOHNS (ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: (1) Tombstone., (2) Kentucky, A History of the
State, 8-B, 1887, John G. Johns was born in Floyd County, KY., March 3,
1839.  He was educated at Emory & Henry College, Virginia, leaving that
institution in 1858.  From 1862 to 1874 he held the office of county and
circuit clerk of Floyd County.  Since 1874 he has been engaged in
mercantile business at Prestonsburg, Ky.  His father, Thomas P. Johns
was a farmer, and died in Kentucky in 1869.  Elizabeth Johns, mother of
our subject, was a daughter of John Graham, a surveyor, and one of the
original settlers, of Floyd County, Ky., and was one of the wealthiest
men of his day.  John G. Johns was married in 1865 to Miss Elizabeth
Harkins, daughter of Hugh Harkins, an attorney-at-law of Prestonsurg,
Ky.  Mrs Johns died in 1883, since when Mr. Johns has remained a
widower.) was born March 03, 1839 in Prestonsburg, KY, and died February
28, 1921 in Prestonsburg, KY.  He married (1) ELIZABETH A. HARKINS
(Source: Tombstone, Aged 44 yrs 7mo 15dWife of John G. Johns.) October
18, 1865 in Prestonsburg, KY, daughter of HUGH HARKINS and MARANDA
JAMES.  He married (2) FANNIE JONES CECIL 1887 in Boyd Co., KY.

More About JOHN GRAHAM JOHNS:
Fact 1: educated at Emory & Henry College, VA 1858
Fact 2: Bet. 1862 - 1874, Floyd County circuit and county clerk

Children of JOHN JOHNS and ELIZABETH HARKINS are:
 i. CORA7 JOHNS, b. July 31, 1866, Prestonsburg, KY; d. August 21, 1872,
Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Tombstone, Aged 6yr 22d.).
 ii. JAMES TRIMBLE JOHNS (Source: Tombstone.), b. April 1868,
Prestonsburg, KY; d. September 1872, Prestonsburg, KY (Source:
Tombstone, Aged 4 yrs 5mo 3dSon of JG & EA Johns.).
45. iii. EMMA 'EMILY' JOHNS, b. 1871, Prestonsburg, KY; d. January 1949,
Prestonsburg, KY.
 iv. JOHN HARKINS JOHNS (Source: Tombstone.), b. June 17, 1871, Floyd
Co., KY; d. October 02, 1908, Floyd Co., KY.
 v. MARY JOHNS (Source: Tombstone.), b. February 05, 1873, Prestonsburg,
KY; d. October 22, 1875, Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Tombstone, Aged 2yrs
8mo 17days.).
46. vi. ELIZABETH JOHNS, b. 1876, Prestonsburg, KY; d. Aft. 1921,
Abilene, TX.
47. vii. THOMAS PERRY JOHNS, b. April 15, 1878, Prestonsburg, KY; d.
August 07, 1922, Prestonsburg, KY.
 viii. WILLIE JOHNS (Source: Tombstone.), b. January 06, 1881,
Prestonsburg, KY; d. January 06, 1881, Prestonsburg, KY (Source:
Tombstone.).

Children of JOHN JOHNS and FANNIE CECIL are:
 ix. JOHN GRAHAM7 JOHNS, JR., b. Aft. 1887, Floyd Co. KY.

Notes for JOHN GRAHAM JOHNS, JR.:
A letter from Walter S. Harkins, Jr., Atty at Law to Mr. John G. Johns,
Oct 14, 1886:
Richardson Ky, Dear Sir:
It becomes my faithful duty to announe to you the death of our Dear
Mother.  She died yesterday morning about half pafter ten oclock after
___ a few days of suffering.  The hand of affliction has again been upon
us-but may the good Lord who has thus afflicted us- give us strength in
this hour of bereavement.  The family circle has been much devided
evenly.  She has left two little brothers and sisters on earth to join a
like number of Little Angels in heaven-Poor little Tommy is too young to
fully realize the great loss he has sustained, but he is greatly
troubled and it would have broken your heart to have heard him crying in
the night-last night "I want my Maw".  Little Lizzie, of course feels
more keenly our affliction, while Johnny and Emma are grief stricken and
inconsolable.  We had hoped that you would get the telegram sent by Mr.
Friend in time to reach home before she died.  She asked for you so
often, but what is harder still-so will have to bury her this afternoon
as decomposition at this writing (9 am Sunday) is much advanced.  I
would have given the world if you could have only been here before she
is burried.  I cannot hardly endure the idea of doing so, but the decree
of fate is inevitable and kind friends say it will be impossible to keep
her longer than this afternoon.  I sent to Paintville and bought her the
nicest burial case I most ever saw-it is of Black Walnut, finely
finished, nicely and richly turned (?) and lined.It has large silver
plated handles and screws and a silver plate upon the lid upon which is
inscribed these magic words "Our Mother" surrounded by a floral wreath.
I have have had her grave dug by the childrens side.  ___town, in plaine
view from our dear old home, my house and office and  Go_ Store and can
be seen from ever point coming into or leaving town.  She will, thus as
of now, be the first to greet us upon arriving home and to wish us a
mute farewell upon leaving home.  I am very anxious to have you to home
as the children are to lonely now and lend you my horse "Rock" to render
your trip from the Railroad home as easy as possible.  But while I am
anxious to have you come permit me to urge upon you the importance of
your not over taxing yourself to ride home in a few hours and your
health is in bad condition and a forced ride might proove dangerous.
Josie and I have been of home since Ma got so bad and will remain and
take care of the children and thins until you reach home, and until we
can get things arranged.  "Our Good Neighbors" have been kind to us in
our affliction, and have my prayers.  Until I see you goodby and may god
in his infinite goodness, prepair us all to meet Our Mother in that land
where death is unknown.
Your B, Walter S. Harkins
(Became a lawyer.  Died young and unmarried of TB)

 x. LINDSAY P. JOHNS, CAPT., b. Abt. 1890.

24.  JULIA A.6 JOHNS (ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1846 in Floyd Co. KY.  She married TAYLOR
WILLIAMSON.

Child of JULIA JOHNS and TAYLOR WILLIAMSON is:
48. i. HELEN JOSEPHINE7 WILLIAMSON, b. May 01, 1875, Harmons Branch,
Pike Co., KY; d. August 01, 1908, Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd Co., KY.

25.  JOSEPHINE6 JOHNS (ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 215.) was born January
29, 1854 in Big Mud Creek, Floyd Co., KY, and died December 12, 1888 in
Floyd Co. KY.  She married WILSON M. CLARK (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 215.) September 01, 1875 in home of Elizabeth Graham Johns,
Floyd Co., KY, son of JOHN CLARK and REBECCA MAYO.

Notes for WILSON M. CLARK:
Because Wilson was a Freemason, a member of Zebulon Lodge #273 F.&A.M.
Prestonsburg KY, five of his orphaned children were placed in the
Masonic Widows and Orphans home at Louisville, Ky on Feb. 5, 1889 at the
request of Zebulon Lodge.  No record ever exists that John Graham Clark
ever resided in the Masonic Home, however, the other five children
resided there.  Mary Ann left the home on July 15, 1897 at her own
request to live with her Uncle, James Clark at Dwale, KY.  Minta Alice
left the home at her own request on June 7, 1897 to live with a Dr.
Moore at Clay, Webster Co., KY.  No record existed as to when James
Harry left but is was probably in 1898.  Elizabeth and Rebecca left the
home on July 5, 1900 at the request of the Zebulon Lodge.

Children of JOSEPHINE JOHNS and WILSON CLARK are:
 i. JOHN GRAHAM7 CLARK, b. September 08, 1876.

More About JOHN GRAHAM CLARK:
Fact 1: never married

 ii. MARY ANN CLARK, b. February 21, 1878, Floyd Co. KY; m. JACKSON
ALLEY BEGLEY, November 08, 1899, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County
Marriage Book, Book 9, pg 185, Begley, Jackson Alley, age 29, res. Floyd
Co. KY, school teacher, b. Perry Co. KY, parents b. Perry Co. KY.
Bride:  Mary Ann Clark, age 21, she and paents b. Floyd Co. KY.  To be
married at home of Jacob Goble on 8 Nov. 1899.).
 iii. MINTA ALICE CLARK, b. December 19, 1879, Floyd Co. KY; m. ELDER K.
MAY.
49. iv. JAMES HARRY CLARK, b. February 20, 1882, Floyd Co. KY.
 v. REBECCA SHANNON CLARK, b. 1885, Floyd Co. KY; m. ISAAC NEWTON HALL,
July 04, 1904, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book
11, pg 23, Hall, I.N., age 24, res. Banner, KY, merchant, b. Floyd Co.
KY, s/o Robert and Martha Hall.  Bride:  Rebecca Clark, age 19, b. Floyd
Co. KY, do/ Dock Clark, mother not given.  To be married on 4 July
1904.).
 vi. ELIZABETH JOHNS CLARK, b. 1886, Allen, KY; m. JAMES HUNTER, April
10, 1907, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 11, pg
449, Hunter, James, age 22, res. Richmond, VA, civil engineer, b.
Richmond VA, s/o T. and Z. Hunter.  Bride:  Elizabeth Johns Clard, age
21, b. Allen, KY, parents b. unknown.  To be married at home of Dr.
E.K.May on 10 Apr. 1907.).

26.  HARRY DANIEL6 JOHNS (ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2,
CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Tombstone.) was born February 02, 1862 in Floyd
Co. KY, and died May 13, 1921 in Floyd Co., KY.  He married ELIZABETH
LAVENS (Source: Tombstone.).

Children of HARRY JOHNS and ELIZABETH LAVENS are:
 i. MARTHA LAVA7 JOHNS, b. Abt. 1882, Floyd Co. KY; m. KERMIT HOWARD.
50. ii. JOSEPHINE REBECCA JOHNS, b. Abt. 1882, Floyd Co. KY.
 

Generation No. 4

27.  WILLIAM JAMES7 REYNOLDS (MARY JANE6 MAYO, REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born Abt. 1860 in Floyd Co., KY.  He
married RHODA JANE ALLEN, daughter of JOEL ALLEN and FLORENCE PATTON.

Child of WILLIAM REYNOLDS and RHODA ALLEN is:
51. i. FLORA8 REYNOLDS, b. October 08, 1882, Floyd Co. KY; d. June 29,
1965, Floyd Co. KY.

28.  ANNA7 PORTER (SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.)
was born May 21, 1857 in Floyd Co., KY, and died July 21, 1944 in Floyd
Co., KY.  She married JOHN DICK MAYO, SR. (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 286.), son of WILLIAM MAYO and RHODA MARTIN.

Children of ANNA PORTER and JOHN MAYO are:
 i. GLADYS REBECCA8 MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.), b.
June 17, 1877, Floyd Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.); d. July 29, 1907,
Floyd Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.); m. ROBERT F. CLAY, July 06, 1904,
Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 11, pg 25, Clay,
Robert F., age 30, res. Prestonsburg, KY, barber, b. Johnson Co. KY, s/o
Mathew Clay and Lucinda Sturgill.  Bride:  Gladys R. Mayo, b. Floyd Co.
KY, d/o J.D. Mayo and Anna Porter.  To be married at home of J.D. Mayo
on 6 July 1904.).
52. ii. JULIA GRACE MAYO, b. December 26, 1878, Floyd Co., KY; d.
December 27, 1942, Prestonsburg, KY.
53. iii. FANNY JACOB PORTER MAYO, b. February 20, 1881, Floyd Co., KY;
d. March 06, 1951, Floyd Co., KY.
54. iv. JOHN DICK MAYO, JR., b. February 04, 1883, Floyd Co., KY; d.
February 19, 1950, Floyd Co., KY.
55. v. WALKER PORTER MAYO, b. November 27, 1884, Floyd Co., KY; d.
November 1946, Floyd Co., KY.
56. vi. HENRY LEWIS MAYO, b. December 03, 1886, Floyd Co., KY; d.
October 04, 1964, Floyd Co., KY.
 vii. JAY PEARL MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.), b. May
27, 1889, Floyd Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.); d. April 18, 1905, Floyd
Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.).
57. viii. ANNA BOOTH MAYO, b. June 11, 1891, Floyd Co. KY; d. Lexington,
KY.
 ix. MABEL RHODA SUSAN MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.), b.
March 27, 1893, Floyd Co., KY; d. September 28, 1981, Floyd Co., KY; m.
GOLDEN WADE CURNUTTE (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.).
 x. MARY ELIZABETH LUCILLE MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County,
286.), b. November 25, 1895, Floyd Co., KY; d. June 06, 1968, Floyd Co.,
KY; m. DAVID C. HERNDON.
58. xi. MARION LEE MAYO, b. December 04, 1898, Floyd Co., KY; d. April
13, 1986, Floyd Co., KY.
 xii. CORA MAUREEN MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.), b.
April 10, 1903, Floyd Co., KY; d. Floyd Co., KY.

29.  GEORGE7 MORGAN (DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born 1871 in
Louisiana, and died Bef. 1937 in Beaumont, TX.

Children of GEORGE MORGAN are:
 i. ALICE8 MORGAN, b. Abt. 1895.
 ii. SIDNEY MORGAN, b. Abt. 1897.

30.  ROBERT7 MORGAN (DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born April
1875 in Texas, and died Aft. 1937 in Houston, TX.

Children of ROBERT MORGAN are:
 i. ELDON8 MORGAN, b. Aft. 1900.
 ii. ROBERTA MORGAN, b. Aft. 1900.

31.  MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN (DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born
February 14, 1878 in Liberty, TX, and died May 05, 1974 in DeRidder,
Louisiana.  She married MORRIS REESE STEWART January 07, 1893 in
Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.

More About MARY ACKLIN MORGAN:
Fact 2: raised 8 children

Children of MARY MORGAN and MORRIS STEWART are:
59. i. JAMES ORTEN8 STEWART, b. February 03, 1894, Westlake, Lake
Charles, LA; d. November 22, 1959, DeRidder, Louisiana.
60. ii. RUBY MAY STEWART, b. March 29, 1896, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA;
d. 1975, DeRidder, Louisiana.
61. iii. REESE CLAUD STEWART, b. March 06, 1898, Westlake, Lake Charles,
LA; d. January 11, 1965, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.
 iv. ARSENE LEON STEWART (Source: Harold D. Hederick, He was mayor of
DeRidder, State Highway Commissioner, a State Senator, and managed a
billboard advertising company in DeRidder.  He is most remembered for
raising quarter horses and being one of the best trick shots in the
south by shooting flipped coins out of the air.), b. January 29, 1901,
Westlake, Lake Charles, LA; d. April 15, 1980, DeRidder, Louisiana; m.
BEATRICE ODOM.
62. v. STELLA MAUDE STEWART, b. February 21, 1904, Westlake, Lake
Charles, LA; d. August 05, 1996, Venice, FL.
63. vi. GEORGE MORGAN STEWART, b. February 01, 1907, Westlake, Lake
Charles, LA; d. Houston, TX.
64. vii. MORRIS ROBERT 'BOB' STEWART, b. July 09, 1909, Westlake, Lake
Charles, LA; d. December 08, 1966, Waco, TX.
65. viii. BERNICE A. STEWART, b. November 24, 1911, Westlake, Lake
Charles, LA; d. Prescott, AZ.

32.  WARD7 MORGAN (DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born August
1880 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and died February 01, 1919 in
Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.  He married IRENE PORTER Abt. 1914 in
Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.

More About WARD MORGAN:
Cause of Death: Smallpox

Child of WARD MORGAN and IRENE PORTER is:
66. i. WARDELLA8 MORGAN, b. 1918, Westlake, Lake Charles, LA; d.
Jennings, LA.

33.  ANNETTE 'ANNIE'7 MORGAN (DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick, Annie was
so depressed by the death of her son, she stopped eating and died within
a year.) was born May 1885 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and died Abt.
1917 in Houston, TX.  She married J.P. PATTON Abt. 1905.

Child of ANNETTE MORGAN and J.P. PATTON is:
 i. FURMAN8 PATTON, b. Abt. 1906; d. Abt. 1917.

More About FURMAN PATTON:
Cause of Death: Blood Poisoning

34.  ROBERT ALLEN7 MORGAN (WILLIAM6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born
May 21, 1868 in LaFayette Co., MO, and died 1939 in Oklahoma.  He
married ALICE FRANCES LEE (Source: Harold D. Hederick, Alice's father,
Allen G. Lee was a merchant selling camp supplies and a Union scout in
the Civil war.  While on a mission in Indian Territory he met Lucy Annie
Wade, 100% Indian, and after saving her life, they married.  Rob was a
farmer on over 1,500 acres of land alloted to the family by the Dawes
Commission for his wife being 50% Chickasaw Indian and for himself and
four of the children.) September 20, 1898 in Tobucksy Co., Choctaw
Nation, Oklahoma.

Children of ROBERT MORGAN and ALICE LEE are:
 i. HELEN LEE8 MORGAN, b. 1899; d. Abt. 1987.
 ii. WILLIAM ALLEN MORGAN, b. 1901; d. Abt. 1943.
67. iii. RAYMOND WADE MORGAN, b. August 11, 1903, Paoli, Chickasaw
Nation, Oklahoma; d. July 27, 1976, Oklahoma City, OK.
 iv. LOUISA ALICE MORGAN, b. 1904; d. 1985.
 v. PEGGY MORGAN, b. 1904; d. 1990.

35.  CHARLES7 TUSTISON (DOROTHY 'DOLLY'6 MORGAN, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D.
Hederick, Charles ran and staked a land claim near El Reno, OK when the
Indian lands were opened up prior to 1900.) was born June 23, 1867 in
Edgar Co., Illinois, and died August 08, 1943 in Hinton, OK.  He married
IDA MARION LOGSDON August 18, 1897 in Canadian Co., OK.

Children of CHARLES TUSTISON and IDA LOGSDON are:
68. i. JAMES ERNEST8 TUSTISON, b. July 16, 1898, El Reno, OK; d. January
23, 1967, Jackson, CA.
 ii. ROBERT FRANCIS TUSTISON, b. 1901; d. 1901.
 iii. MARION CHARLES TUSTISON, b. 1904; d. 1966.
 iv. ADAM LAWRENCE TUSTISON, b. 1908; d. 1992.
 v. AGNES PAULINE TUSTISON, b. 1911.

36.  PEBBLE MAY7 FISKE (TEMPERANCE6 MORGAN, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was
born February 04, 1882 in Warransburg, MO, and died April 05, 1971 in
Long Beach, CA.  She married EDMUND EVERETT FLOOD June 28, 1908 in Fisk
Ranch, Rosalia, WA.

Children of PEBBLE FISKE and EDMUND FLOOD are:
 i. DAVID JAY8 FLOOD, b. 1909; d. 1984.
 ii. MADELINE FLOOD, b. 1910; d. 1911.
 iii. ELIZABETH TEMPERANE FLOOD, b. 1912; d. 1983.
 iv. EVERETT EDMUND FLOOD, b. 1920.
69. v. SALLY FLOOD, b. August 23, 1925, Spokane, WA.

37.  LEE P.7 HARRIS (JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was
born Abt. 1880 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone, Co. K 4 KY Inf.
Spanish American War.), and died in Floyd Co. KY.  He married JOSIE
BANKS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).

Child of LEE HARRIS and JOSIE BANKS is:
 i. GWEN LEE8 HARRIS, b. Abt. 1905.

38.  GEORGIA7 HARRIS (JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was
born Abt. 1885.  She married GEORGE CAMPBELL (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.).

Children of GEORGIA HARRIS and GEORGE CAMPBELL are:
 i. EMMA8 CAMPBELL (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1905.
 ii. CLYDE CAMPBELL (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1907.
 iii. GRACE CAMPBELL (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1909.
70. iv. GEORGIA CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1911.

39.  REBECCA7 HARRIS (JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was
born Abt. 1887 in Floyd Co. KY.  She married WILLIAM ALEX 'BILL BUCK'
DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247, 216.), son of WILLIAM
DINGUS and POCOHONTAS LAYNE.

Children of REBECCA HARRIS and WILLIAM DINGUS are:
 i. WILLIAM JAMES8 DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b.
Abt. 1907, Floyd Co. KY; m. OPAL WRIGHT (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.).
71. ii. TOM GRAHAM DINGUS, b. Abt. 1909.
72. iii. NORA MARGARET DINGUS, b. April 09, 1911, Floyd Co. KY.

40.  GARLAND RUSH7 HARRIS (JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.) was
born 1888 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died 1963 in Floyd
Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).  He married JEMIMA HUNTER.

Child of GARLAND HARRIS and JEMIMA HUNTER is:
 i. FRANCES8 HARRIS, b. Abt. 1900.

41.  MAUDE7 HARRIS (JOHN QUINCEY6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born Abt. 1868 in Floyd Co., KY.  She
married DAVID BANNER LESLIE, son of ADDISON LESLIE and MARTHA MAYO.

More About DAVID BANNER LESLIE:
Fact 2: Bet. 1910 - 1926, Owned and operated Winchester Coal Company.

Child of MAUDE HARRIS and DAVID LESLIE is:
73. i. EDWARD BEVINS8 LESLIE, b. April 06, 1913, Emma, Floyd Co., KY; d.
June 30, 1980, Prestonsburg, Floyd Co., KY.

42.  POCOHONTAS 'POLKA'7 LAYNE (JAMES SHANNON6, SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd County, 226.)
was born 1860 in Floyd Co. KY, and died November 28, 1949 in Floyd Co.
KY.  She married WILLIAM DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 226.)
February 21, 1878 in Floyd Co. KY, son of JAMES DINGUS and SARAH
HALBERT.

Notes for WILLIAM DINGUS:
William was one of the oldest sons and grew up on his father's homestead
in an area call "Dinwood" from the family name.  At the age of 16 he
qualified as a teacher and taught school for eight years.  He married
Pocohontas Layne on 21 Feb 1878.  For the next ten years he was in the
mercantile business at Goodloe, KY.  He became a prominent leader of the
Republican Party and in 1890 went to the State Legislature as Senator of
the 23rd District.  He was re-elected in 1895.  While in the senate, he
studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1894.  He was elected county
attorney in 1917.  In 1907 he was one of the founders of First Baptist
Church.  He was an ordained minister and deacon of that denomination.
He belonged to the Grand Lodge of Masons and was secretary of Zebulon
Lodge No. 275F. and A.M.  He was also an Odd Fellow.  He lived on Main
Street Prestonsburg and loved gardening and bee keeping.  William died
at noon on his birthday, 21 Oct 1952 at the age of 95.

More About WILLIAM DINGUS:
Fact 1: 1890, KY State Senator of 23rd district

Children of POCOHONTAS LAYNE and WILLIAM DINGUS are:
 i. THOMAS HENDERSON8 DINGUS, b. Aft. 1878, Prestonsburg, KY; m. EDNA
BUSKIRK.
 ii. GRACE DINGUS, b. Aft. 1878, Prestonsburg, KY; m. CARL FORD.
 iii. SALLY BELIEU DINGUS, b. Aft. 1878, Prestonsburg, KY; d. St. Cloud,
FL; m. (1) WILLIAM J. NEWMAN, Abt. 1898; m. (2) CHARLES HUMPHREYS, Aft.
1900.
74. iv. HANNA M. 'NORA' DINGUS, b. 1879, Prestonsburg, KY.
 v. JOSEPH S. DINGUS, b. 1881, Prestonsburg, KY; m. MOLLIE WILSON,
February 27, 1905, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book,
Book 11, Pg. 117, Dingus, J. S., age 24, res. Prestonsburg, KY,
teaching, b. Floyd Co. KY, s/o Wm. Dingus and Polka Layne.  Bride:
Mollie Wilson, age 22, b. Floyd Co. KY, d/o Richard and Sallie Wilson.
To be married at home of Sallie Wilson on 27 Feb. 1905.).
75. vi. WILLIAM ALEX 'BILL BUCK' DINGUS, b. Abt. 1887, Floyd Co. KY.

43.  WILLIAM HENRY7 LAYNE (JOHN WITTEN6, SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born March 10, 1874 in Prestonsburg, Floyd
Co., KY, and died September 19, 1944 in Floyd Co. KY.  He married
ELIZABETH 'BESS' ANNE HOPKINS December 29, 1898 in Prestonsburg, Floyd
Co., KY (Source: Marriage Bond Book, Book 9 page 85, Layne, Willam
Henry, age 25, res. Prestonsburg, Floyd Co., KY, lawyer, b.
Prestonsburg, Floyd Co. Ky, father b. Floyd Co. KY, mother b. Johnson
Co. kY.  Bride:  Elizabeth Ann Hopkins, age 20, she and mother b. Floyd
Co., KY, father b. Tazwell Co.VA.  To be married at home of F.M. Hopkins
on 29 Dec. 1898.), daughter of FRANCIS HOPKINS and ALICE DAVIDSON.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY LAYNE:
He was a lawyer and coal operator, educated in Prestonsburg schools;
taught one term following which he commenced studying law in the office
of Judge Goble at Prestonsburg: was admitted to the bar, 1896, and was
associated with Senator Dingus for a time and for many years was engaged
in civil practice alone or until 1920 when his office and library were
destroyed by fire.  Subsequently he was interested in coal mining and
was Secretary-Treasurer and General Superintendent of the Anchor Coal
Company.  Mr. Layne was the Master Commisssioner of the Floyd Circuit
Court  for six years; also ws Special Master Commissioner for several
years; member of the City Council and Mayor of Prestonsburg.  In
politics he was a Republican; in religion a Presbyterian; and affiliated
with the Masons and Odd Fellows.

Children of WILLIAM LAYNE and ELIZABETH HOPKINS are:
 i. ELIZABETH GRACE8 LAYNE, b. Aft. 1898.
 ii. GRACE LAYNE, b. Abt. 1904.
 iii. FRANK H. LAYNE, b. Abt. 1906.
 iv. FRANCIS 'FRANK' HOPKINS LAYNE, b. April 21, 1907, Prestonsburg, KY;
d. April 04, 1983, Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Tombstone.).
 v. ANGELINE LAYNE, b. 1909.
76. vi. ALICE ANGELINE 'POLLY' LAYNE, b. January 07, 1909, Floyd Co. KY;
d. December 26, 1985, Floyd Co. KY.

44.  ANNIE S.7 LAYNE (JOHN WITTEN6, SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Kozee, Early Families of Eastern And
Southeastern Kentucky.) was born April 06, 1878 in Prestonsburg, KY.
She married JOSEPH MORGAN DAVIDSON May 24, 1894 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 8, pg 61, Davidson, Jo. M., age 25, 2nd
marriage, res. Floyd Co. KY, clerking, he and parents B. Floyd Co. KY.
Fride:  Annie S. Layne, age 17, she and father b. Floyd Co. KY, mother
b. Johnson Co. KY.  To be married at home of J. W. Layne on 24 May
1894.), son of GREENVILLE DAVIDSON and LAURA COOLEY.

Children of ANNIE LAYNE and JOSEPH DAVIDSON are:
 i. RUTH8 DAVIDSON, b. April 1895, Prestonsburg, KY; m. SOWARDS.
 ii. JOE W. DAVIDSON, b. August 1898.

45.  EMMA 'EMILY'7 JOHNS (JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1871 in Prestonsburg, KY, and
died January 1949 in Prestonsburg, KY.  She married GEORGE PRESTON
ARCHER, JR. December 25, 1887 in Prestonsburg, KY, son of GEORGE ARCHER
and AMERICA HATTON.

More About GEORGE PRESTON ARCHER, JR.:
Fact 1: February 15, 1890, Started Bank of Josephine with Walter
Harkins, b-i-l, and John Graham Johns F-I-

Children of EMMA JOHNS and GEORGE ARCHER are:
77. i. ERNEST8 ARCHER, b. 1888, Floyd Co. KY.
78. ii. FRANCIS ELIZABETH ARCHER, b. October 10, 1890; d. May 26, 1984.
 iii. GEORGE BOOTEN ARCHER, b. 1892.
79. iv. ARTHUR JOHNS ARCHER, b. 1893, Floyd Co. KY; d. 1960,
Prestonsburg, KY.
 v. RUTH ARCHER, b. 1896.
 vi. MARY ARCHER, b. 1899.
80. vii. JOHN GRAHAM ARCHER, b. 1909, Floyd Co. KY; d. July 04, 1964,
Floyd Co. KY.
 viii. RALPH THOMAS ARCHER, b. 1913.

46.  ELIZABETH7 JOHNS (JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3,
WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1876 in Prestonsburg, KY, and died Aft.
1921 in Abilene, TX.  She married ERNEST G. ROBINSON August 28, 1895 in
Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 8, pg 209,
Robinson, Ernest, age 26, res. Mars Station, Nicholas Co. KY, minister
of the Gospel, b. Owensbille, Bath Co., KY, father b. Johnson Co. KY,
mother b. Floyd Co. KY.  Bride:  Elizabeth Johns, age 19, b.
Prestonsburg, Floyd Co. KY, parents b. Floyd Co. KY.  To be married at
M.E. Church South on 28 Aug. 1895.).

Notes for ELIZABETH JOHNS:
Lived and died in Texas

Children of ELIZABETH JOHNS and ERNEST ROBINSON are:
 i. LON8 ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1896, Abilene, TX.
 ii. JOHN GRAHAM ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1898, Abilene, TX.
 iii. ERNEST ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1900, Abilene, TX.

47.  THOMAS PERRY7 JOHNS (JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Tombstone.) was born April 15,
1878 in Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Tombstone.), and died August 07, 1922
in Prestonsburg, KY.  He married WINNIE 'WINNIEFRED' FITZPATRICK
(Source: Tombstone.) April 04, 1901 in Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Floyd
County Marriage Book, Book 9, page 343, Johns, Thomas P., age 22, res.
Floyd Co. KY, farmer, he and parents b. Floyd Co. KY.  Bride:
Winniefred Fitzpatrick, age 17, she and father b. Floyd Co. KY, mother
b. Grayson Co. VA.  To be married at home of Jasper Fitzpatrick on 4
Apr. 1901.), daughter of JASPER FITZPATRICK and ROSAMOND PARSONS.

Notes for THOMAS PERRY JOHNS:
Thomas was totally bedridden with rhumatiod arthritis.  He was unable to
feed or dress self.  One day, while Winnie was working in the kitchen,
Thomas got out of bed, pushed a step stool up to a high boy, retieved a
pistol from the top drawer, got back into bed and shot himself.  It is
listed as a suicide.  What do you think?

Thomas and Winnie were the last of the Johns Families to live in the 150
year old Johns house on Front Street.  This old house burned in 1987
while her great grandson, Herbert Greenville Salisbury, III was living
in it.

Child of THOMAS JOHNS and WINNIE FITZPATRICK is:
81. i. EVELYN8 JOHNS, b. March 03, 1904, Prestonsburg, KY; d. February
24, 1976, Prestonsburg, Ky.

48.  HELEN JOSEPHINE7 WILLIAMSON (JULIA A.6 JOHNS, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born May 01, 1875 in Harmons
Branch, Pike Co., KY, and died August 01, 1908 in Stanville, Mare Creek,
Floyd Co., KY.  She married RICHARD 'DICK' P STRATTON (Source: (1)
Families of Floyd County., (2) Tombstone.) Abt. 1892, son of ANDREW
STRATTON and CATHERINE GEARHEART.

Notes for RICHARD 'DICK' P STRATTON:
He lived his whole life ont he land he inherited from his family.  The
home which Richard and Helen Josephe Stratton build is still standing
(1997) on the old Rt. 23 at Stanville.  Their home was sort of a hotel
and resting place for travelers on the steamboats and river barges
traveling the Big Sandy River.  Stratton's Landing (directly across from
the house on the river) was a stopping off point between Chattanooga, TN
and Catlettsburg.

Children of HELEN WILLIAMSON and RICHARD STRATTON are:
82. i. SPARRELL R.8 STRATTON, b. May 27, 1893, Mare Creek, Floyd Co.,
KY; d. July 11, 1978, Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd Co., KY.
 ii. OCTAVIA STRATTON, b. 1896.
 iii. DARRELL STRATTON (Source: Tombstone.), b. March 03, 1903,
Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd Co., KY; d. May 01, 1964, Stanville, Mare
Creek, Floyd Co., KY.
 iv. EDWARD STRATTON (Source: Tombstone, Stratton Cemetery, Stanville,
KY.), b. December 13, 1905, Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd Co., KY; d.
October 09, 1975, Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd Co., KY; m. THORA BREWER
(Source: Tombstone.).

49.  JAMES HARRY7 CLARK (JOSEPHINE6 JOHNS, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born February 20, 1882 in Floyd Co.
KY.  He married KATE.

Child of JAMES CLARK and KATE is:
 i. TWINS8 CLARK, b. June 26.

50.  JOSEPHINE REBECCA7 JOHNS (HARRY DANIEL6, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born Abt. 1882 in Floyd Co. KY.  She
married BANNER MAY.

Children of JOSEPHINE JOHNS and BANNER MAY are:
 i. DELANO8 MAY, b. Abt. 1902, Floyd Co., KY.
 ii. BILLY MAY, b. Abt. 1905, Floyd Co., KY.
 

Generation No. 5

51.  FLORA8 REYNOLDS (WILLIAM JAMES7, MARY JANE6 MAYO, REBECCA5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born October 08, 1882 in
Floyd Co. KY, and died June 29, 1965 in Floyd Co. KY.  She married
WILLIAM DINGUS (Source: John Halsey Flannery.), son of CHARLES DINGUS
and NANCY FLANNERY.

Notes for WILLIAM DINGUS:
Bill was a farmer.  In his early days he sold timber, floating the logs
down the Big Sandy river to Catlettsburg on a raft.  He was a merchant,
operating a general store.  His later years were spent in farming until
his death on 13 Dec 1961.  Bill and Flora believed in education, having
to send the oldest children away from home for a high school education.
The five younger children received their degrees from college.  They
were life long member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. (Submitted by Blanche Dingus)

Children of FLORA REYNOLDS and WILLIAM DINGUS are:
83. i. LEWIS PARKER9 DINGUS, b. January 31, 1900, Floyd Co. KY; d.
October 25, 1975, Floyd Co. KY.
84. ii. DANIEL PERKINS DINGUS, b. October 21, 1901, Floyd Co., KY; d.
July 24, 1986, Floyd Co., KY.
85. iii. HELEN GIRDEL DINGUS, b. November 23, 1903, Floyd Co., KY.
 iv. RHODA JANE DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd Co, 227.), b. November
12, 1906, Floyd Co., KY; d. April 03, 1990, Utah; m. ERNEST KNIGHT
CRAWFORD.

More About RHODA JANE DINGUS:
Fact 1: Had one daughter and five grandchildren and one ggdaughter
Fact 2: Taught elementary school in KY and Utah.

86. v. REYNOLDS JAMES DINGUS, b. February 23, 1908, Floyd Co., KY; d.
May 05, 1975, Floyd Co., KY.
87. vi. CHESTER ARTHUR DINGUS, b. September 13, 1910, Floyd Co., KY; d.
March 11, 1944, Floyd Co., KY.
88. vii. FURMAN DINGUS, b. December 10, 1912, Floyd Co., KY.
89. viii. CHARLES 'PHILIP' DINGUS, b. May 06, 1915, Floyd Co., KY.
 ix. BLANCHE ELMINA DINGUS, b. July 04, 1917, Floyd Co., KY.

More About BLANCHE ELMINA DINGUS:
Fact 1: Taught elementary and high school
Fact 2: Spent 3 yrs during WWII as a physical therapist, US Army
Fact 3: Supervisor in the schools of Floyd Co., KY
Fact 4: 1998, Runs the LDS Gen. library, in Martin, KY with brother
Philip

52.  JULIA GRACE8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286.) was born December 26, 1878 in Floyd Co., KY, and
died December 27, 1942 in Prestonsburg, KY.  She married ANDREW JACKSON
MAY June 17, 1901 in Prestonsburg, KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage
Book, Book 9, Pg. 357, May, Andrew J., age 26, res. Floyd Co. KY,
lawyer, he and father b. Floyd Co. KY, mother b. unknown. Bride:  Julia
G. Mary, age 22, she and parents b. Floyd Co. KY. To be married at home
of J.O. Mayo, father of bride, on 17 June 1901.), son of JOHN MAY and
DORCAS CONLEY.

More About ANDREW JACKSON MAY:
Fact 1: 1898, grad Southern Normal Univ. Practiced Law
Fact 2: Bet. 1901 - 1909, elected Floyd Co. Atty
Fact 3: Bet. 1930 - 1947, elected US Congress, Democrat
Fact 4: 1938, Chairman, House Military Affairs Committee
Fact 5: wrote and sponsered 1st peacetime draft act
Fact 6: Bet. 1925 - 1926, Special Circuit Court Judge Johnson and Martin
Co's., KY

Children of JULIA MAYO and ANDREW MAY are:
90. i. OLGA HAGER9 MAY, b. 1902, Floyd Co. KY; d. 1982, Floyd Co. KY.
91. ii. ANDREW JACKSON MAY, JR., b. August 16, 1904, Floyd Co., KY; d.
June 03, 1944, Floyd Co., KY.
92. iii. ROBERT VERNON MAY, b. 1906, Prestonsburg, KY; d. 1988,
Prestonsburg, KY.

53.  FANNY JACOB PORTER8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO,
REBECCA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 229, 286.) was born February 20, 1881 in Floyd
Co., KY, and died March 06, 1951 in Floyd Co., KY (Source: Tombstone.).
She married HENRY DAVIDSON FITZPATRICK, SR. (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 229.) July 14, 1908 in Floyd Co. KY (Source: Joyce A. Mason,
joyceannemason@juno.com.), son of HIRAM FITZPATRICK and MARY DAVIDSON.

More About HENRY DAVIDSON FITZPATRICK, SR.:
Fact 2: KY state senator

Children of FANNY MAYO and HENRY FITZPATRICK are:
 i. LAFON MAYO9 FITZPATRICK, b. November 22, 1917, Floyd Co. KY; d.
1918, Floyd Co. KY (Source: Tombstone.).
93. ii. HENRY DAVIDSON FITZPATRICK, JR., b. August 23, 1920,
Prestonsburg, KY.

54.  JOHN DICK8 MAYO, JR. (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286, 287, He was educated at East Texas State Normal
School, Commerce, KY.  He was a fireman in Hattisburg, MS, store manager
at Pike-Floyd Coal Co., owner of Mayo Cash Grocery and Mayo Dairy.) was
born February 04, 1883 in Floyd Co., KY, and died February 19, 1950 in
Floyd Co., KY.  He married (1) SARAH LYDIA 'RIDDA' STAPLETON (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 286.) August 18, 1909.  He married (2) REGINA
BITTS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 287, She came to Prestonsburg
with Katharine Small in 1927 as Floyd County's first two public health
nurses.  Dr. Marvin Ransdell encouraged her to take a job as a special
T.B. nurse reducing the number of deaths in this county significantly.)
1929 in Floyd Co. KY.

Child of JOHN MAYO and SARAH STAPLETON is:
 i. MARGARET GWENDOLYN9 MAYO, b. June 21, 1912, Floyd Co. KY; m. JOE
ALEX SPRADLIN, July 07, 1935.

Child of JOHN MAYO and REGINA BITTS is:
 ii. MARY KATHARINE9 MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 287.), b.
March 04, 1930; m. WILLIAM BROWN DAMRON.

55.  WALKER PORTER8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286.) was born November 27, 1884 in Floyd Co., KY, and
died November 1946 in Floyd Co., KY.  He married REBA HARKEY (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 288.) July 25, 1917.

Children of WALKER MAYO and REBA HARKEY are:
94. i. LOUIS HARKEY9 MAYO, b. 1918, Floyd Co. KY; d. 1988, Floyd Co. KY.

 ii. DICK ERWIN MAYO (Source: Families of Floyd County, 288.), b. July
25, 1920, Floyd Co. KY; d. December 06, 1943, Huntington Lake, CA.

More About DICK ERWIN MAYO:
Cause of Death: Armed forces plane accident

95. iii. WALKER PORTER MAYO, JR., b. September 20, 1922, Floyd Co. KY.

56.  HENRY LEWIS8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286.) was born December 03, 1886 in Floyd Co., KY, and
died October 04, 1964 in Floyd Co., KY.  He married MAUDE SALISBURY
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 286.) November 10, 1925 in Floyd Co.,
KY, daughter of JAMES SALISBURY and CHADDIE HALBERT.

More About HENRY LEWIS MAYO:
Fact 1: grad East Texas Normal College.  Taught Latin in Prestonsburg
Fact 2: 1917, grad Pharmacy School. opened Star Pharmacy on Front St.
Prestonsburg
Fact 3: Aft. 1920, grad engineering school. Became a civil eng.

More About MAUDE SALISBURY:
Fact 1: Charter member of the Greenville Davidson Chapter of the DAR
Fact 2: Charter member of the Eastern Star
Fact 3: attended business school
Fact 4: 1st woman in Floyd Co. to pay income taxes
Fact 5: 1st woman in Floyd Co. to own an automobile

Children of HENRY MAYO and MAUDE SALISBURY are:  - Private. May still be living
 

57.  ANNA BOOTH8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286.) was born June 11, 1891 in Floyd Co. KY, and died in
Lexington, KY.  She married EDWARD LOUIS ALLEN (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286, 191.) September 25, 1913 in Floyd Co. KY (Source:
Joyce A. Mason.).

Children of ANNA MAYO and EDWARD ALLEN are:  - Private. May still be living
 

58.  MARION LEE8 MAYO (ANNA7 PORTER, SUSAN CHARLOTTE6 MAYO, REBECCA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 286.) was born December 04, 1898 in Floyd Co., KY (Source:
Tombstone.), and died April 13, 1986 in Floyd Co., KY.  She married
HOMER SALISBURY December 30, 1922 in Prestonsburg, KY, son of JAMES
SALISBURY and CHADDIE HALBERT.

Children of MARION MAYO and HOMER SALISBURY are:  - Private. May still be living
More About MARION MAYO SALISBURY:
Fact 1: Never had any children.

99. ii. MARY CHARLOTTE SALISBURY - Private. May still be living
Ky.

59.  JAMES ORTEN8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick, He worked as a car salesman, a wheeler/dealer and was a
state senator in Louisiana.) was born February 03, 1894 in Westlake,
Lake Charles, LA, and died November 22, 1959 in DeRidder, Louisiana.  He
married RUBY CARRUTHERS September 05, 1921.

Children of JAMES STEWART and RUBY CARRUTHERS are:  - Private. May still be living
More About JAMES STEWART:
Fact 1: disk jockey

 ii. GERALD STEWART - Private. May still be living

More About GERALD STEWART:
Fact 1: lawyer in Houston and New Orleans

60.  RUBY MAY8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D.
Hederick.) was born March 29, 1896 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and
died 1975 in DeRidder, Louisiana.  She married CHARLES WILLIAM STOLL
Abt. 1920.

Children of RUBY STEWART and CHARLES STOLL are:  - Private. May still be living
 

61.  REESE CLAUD8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick.) was born March 06, 1898 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and
died January 11, 1965 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA.  He married ETHAL
LYON Aft. 1920.

Children of REESE STEWART and ETHAL LYON are:  - Private. May still be living
 

62.  STELLA MAUDE8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick.) was born February 21, 1904 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA,
and died August 05, 1996 in Venice, FL.  She married CRAIG R. LAWRENCE
January 04, 1926.

More About STELLA MAUDE STEWART:
Cause of Death: liver cancer

Children of STELLA STEWART and CRAIG LAWRENCE are:
 i. CRAIG ROBERT9 LAWRENCE, b. 1928; d. 1989.
 ii. THOMAS LAWRENCE, b. Abt. 1934; d. 1991.

63.  GEORGE MORGAN8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick.) was born February 01, 1907 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA,
and died in Houston, TX.  He married MARY LENA MACDONALD March 25, 1930.
 

Children of GEORGE STEWART and MARY MACDONALD are:  - Private. May still be living
 

64.  MORRIS ROBERT 'BOB'8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick, His drinking problems and fighting destroyed his family
life and he was killed by a negro with an axe in a dispute while being
treated at the Veterans Hospital (he was an Army Vet) in Waco.  He is
buried in Forest Park Cemetery south of Houston next to his mother.) was
born July 09, 1909 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and died December 08,
1966 in Waco, TX.  He married MARY LOUISE CORMIER Abt. 1929.

Child of MORRIS STEWART and MARY CORMIER is:  - Private. May still be living
 

65.  BERNICE A.8 STEWART (MARY ACKLIN7 MORGAN, DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D.
Hederick.) was born November 24, 1911 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and
died in Prescott, AZ.  She married HAROLD HEDERICK May 18, 1932.

Children of BERNICE STEWART and HAROLD HEDERICK are:  - Private. May still be living
 

66.  WARDELLA8 MORGAN (WARD7, DAVID6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4,
DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D. Hederick.) was born
1918 in Westlake, Lake Charles, LA, and died in Jennings, LA.  She
married HADLEY FONTENOT 1938 in Louisiana.

Children of WARDELLA MORGAN and HADLEY FONTENOT are:  - Private. May still be living
 

67.  RAYMOND WADE8 MORGAN (ROBERT ALLEN7, WILLIAM6, ELEANOR 'NELLIE'5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold D.
Hederick, They were later divorced, then remarried and again divorced
around 1939.  Ray joined the Army after the last divorce and was
discharged in about 1942 whereupon he joined the Navy and spent the rest
of WW II as a petty officer in the Seabees.) was born August 11, 1903 in
Paoli, Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma, and died July 27, 1976 in Oklahoma
City, OK.  He married (1) ALICE HOPPER 1924 in Blanchard, OK.  He
married (2) ANN RUTH ORRICK (Source: Harold D. Hederick, Ann was an Army
nurse in WW II working at M.A.S.H. hospitals in Sicily, Libya, Tunisia
and Egypt.) December 26, 1946 in St. Smith, Arkansas.

Child of RAYMOND MORGAN and ALICE HOPPER is:  - Private. May still be living
 

Children of RAYMOND MORGAN and ANN ORRICK are:  - Private. May still be living
 

68.  JAMES ERNEST8 TUSTISON (CHARLES7, DOROTHY 'DOLLY'6 MORGAN, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick.) was born July 16, 1898 in El Reno, OK, and died January
23, 1967 in Jackson, CA.  He married DOVIE MELLISSIA STEVENSON November
06, 1926 in Oklahoma.

Children of JAMES TUSTISON and DOVIE STEVENSON are:  - Private. May still be living
 

69.  SALLY8 FLOOD (PEBBLE MAY7 FISKE, TEMPERANCE6 MORGAN, ELEANOR
'NELLIE'5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Harold
D. Hederick.) was born August 23, 1925 in Spokane, WA.  She married
FRANCIS RICHARD WILMA December 06, 1945 in Oakland, CA.

Children of SALLY FLOOD and FRANCIS WILMA are:  - Private. May still be living
 

70.  GEORGIA8 CAMPBELL (GEORGIA7 HARRIS, JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.) was born Abt. 1911.  She married EUGENE BOURLAND (Source:
Families of Floyd County, 247.).

Children of GEORGIA CAMPBELL and EUGENE BOURLAND are:  - Private. May still be living
 

71.  TOM GRAHAM8 DINGUS (REBECCA7 HARRIS, JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.) was born Abt. 1909.  He married GWENDOLYN STURGILL
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).

Children of TOM DINGUS and GWENDOLYN STURGILL are:  - Private. May still be living
 

72.  NORA MARGARET8 DINGUS (REBECCA7 HARRIS, JAMES POLK6, TABITHA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 247, 216.) was born April 09, 1911 in Floyd Co. KY.  She
married RAY COLLINS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).

Children of NORA DINGUS and RAY COLLINS are:  - Private. May still be living
 

73.  EDWARD BEVINS8 LESLIE (MAUDE7 HARRIS, JOHN QUINCEY6, TABITHA5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd Co.) was born April 06, 1913 in Emma, Floyd Co., KY, and died June
30, 1980 in Prestonsburg, Floyd Co., KY.  He married ALTA HALL.

More About EDWARD BEVINS LESLIE:
Fact 2: Youngest of seven children.

Children of EDWARD LESLIE and ALTA HALL are:  - Private. May still be living
 

More About EDWARD D. LESLIE:
Fact 1: Received his MD from Univ. of Kentucky
Fact 2: Orthopedic surgeon practising in Frankfort, KY

74.  HANNA M. 'NORA'8 DINGUS (POCOHONTAS 'POLKA'7 LAYNE, JAMES SHANNON6,
SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1879 in
Prestonsburg, KY.  She married WILLIAM H. POWERS December 24, 1896 in
Floyd Co. KY (Source: Floyd County Marriage Book, Book 8, pg. 361,
Powers, William H.., age 24, res. Floyd Co. KY, school teacher, he and
parents b. Magoffin o. KY.  Bride:  Hanna M. Dingus, age 17, she and
parents b. Floyd Co. KY.  To be married at home of William Dingus on 24
Dec. 1896.).

Children of HANNA DINGUS and WILLIAM POWERS are:  - Private. May still be living
 

75.  WILLIAM ALEX 'BILL BUCK'8 DINGUS (POCOHONTAS 'POLKA'7 LAYNE, JAMES
SHANNON6, SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1)
(Source: Families of Floyd County, 247, 216.) was born Abt. 1887 in
Floyd Co. KY.  He married REBECCA HARRIS (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.), daughter of JAMES HARRIS and ELIZABETH MERRITT.

Children of WILLIAM DINGUS and REBECCA HARRIS are:
 i. WILLIAM JAMES9 DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b.
Abt. 1907, Floyd Co. KY; m. OPAL WRIGHT (Source: Families of Floyd
County, 247.).
 ii. TOM GRAHAM DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.), b. Abt.
1909; m. GWENDOLYN STURGILL (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247.).
 iii. NORA MARGARET DINGUS (Source: Families of Floyd County, 247,
216.), b. April 09, 1911, Floyd Co. KY; m. RAY COLLINS (Source: Families
of Floyd County, 247.).

76.  ALICE ANGELINE 'POLLY'8 LAYNE (WILLIAM HENRY7, JOHN WITTEN6,
SOPHIA5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born January
07, 1909 in Floyd Co. KY, and died December 26, 1985 in Floyd Co. KY.
She married JOHN GRAHAM ARCHER December 26, 1930 in Floyd Co. KY, son of
GEORGE ARCHER and EMMA JOHNS.

Children of ALICE LAYNE and JOHN ARCHER are:  - Private. May still be living
 

77.  ERNEST8 ARCHER (EMMA 'EMILY'7 JOHNS, JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) (Source: Families of
Floyd County, 194.) was born 1888 in Floyd Co. KY.  He married FANNIE
AUXIER.

Children of ERNEST ARCHER and FANNIE AUXIER are:
 i. MARY MARGARET9 ARCHER, b. Abt. 1913.
 ii. JAMES A. ARCHER, b. Abt. 1914.
112. iii. GEORGE P. ARCHER, b. September 10, 1915, Floyd Co. KY; d. July
12, 1973, Floyd Co. KY.
 iv. MARTHA ANN ARCHER, b. Abt. 1917.
 v. EMMA ELIZABETH ARCHER, b. Abt. 1919.

78.  FRANCIS ELIZABETH8 ARCHER (EMMA 'EMILY'7 JOHNS, JOHN GRAHAM6,
ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
October 10, 1890, and died May 26, 1984.  She married WALTER SCOTT
WELLS, son of JOHN WELLS and ALICE BUCKINGHAM.

Children of FRANCIS ARCHER and WALTER WELLS are:
113. i. EMMA ALICE9 WELLS, b. August 05, 1912, Floyd Co. KY; d. April
10, 1977, Floyd Co. KY.
114. ii. ELIZABETH JANE 'PEGGY' WELLS, b. April 21, 1917, Prestonsburg,
KY; d. September 29, 1983, Printer, KY.

79.  ARTHUR JOHNS8 ARCHER (EMMA 'EMILY'7 JOHNS, JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1893 in Floyd
Co. KY, and died 1960 in Prestonsburg, KY.  He married WINNIE DAVIS
PRESTON 1913 in Floyd Co. KY.

Children of ARTHUR ARCHER and WINNIE PRESTON are:
115. i. PAULINE9 ARCHER, b. September 28, 1914, Floyd Co. KY; d. Sugar
Loaf, Floyd Co. KY.
116. ii. WINIFRED ARCHER, b. February 28, 1916, Floyd Co. KY.
117. iii. ARTHUR JOHNS ARCHER, JR., b. December 24, 1917, Floyd Co. KY.
118. iv. WILLIAM THOMAS ARCHER, b. January 1919, Floyd Co. KY; d. July
04, 1984, Floyd Co. KY.

80.  JOHN GRAHAM8 ARCHER (EMMA 'EMILY'7 JOHNS, JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5
GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1909 in Floyd
Co. KY, and died July 04, 1964 in Floyd Co. KY.  He married ALICE
ANGELINE 'POLLY' LAYNE December 26, 1930 in Floyd Co. KY, daughter of
WILLIAM LAYNE and ELIZABETH HOPKINS.

Children of JOHN ARCHER and ALICE LAYNE are:  - Private. May still be living
 

81.  EVELYN8 JOHNS (THOMAS PERRY7, JOHN GRAHAM6, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM,
JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born March 03, 1904 in
Prestonsburg, KY (Source: (1) Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2,
Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index,
Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Apr 19, 1997, Internal Ref.
#1.112.4.63497.153, (2) Tombstone.), and died February 24, 1976 in
Prestonsburg, Ky (Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4,
Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames
from M through Z, Date of Import: Apr 19, 1997, Internal Ref.
#1.112.4.63497.153).  She married HERBERT GREENVILLE SALISBURY January
03, 1922 in Prestonsburg, KY, son of JAMES SALISBURY and CHADDIE
HALBERT.

Children of EVELYN JOHNS and HERBERT SALISBURY are:  - Private. May still be living

82.  SPARRELL R.8 STRATTON (HELEN JOSEPHINE7 WILLIAMSON, JULIA A.6
JOHNS, ELIZABETH5 GRAHAM, JOHN4, DAVID3, WILLIAM2, CHRISTOPHER1)
(Source: Families of Floyd County.) was born May 27, 1893 in Mare Creek,
Floyd Co., KY, and died July 11, 1978 in Stanville, Mare Creek, Floyd
Co., KY.  He married FLORA WRIGHT June 14, 1916 in Tram, KY.

Child of SPARRELL STRATTON and FLORA WRIGHT is:  - Private. May still be living
 

More About ROSEMAY STRATTON:
Fact 1: She was the youngest of 12 children.