Queries
October 2000

Will of EVAN THOMAS
Posted By: Annette Smiley <asmiley@hiwaay.net>
Date: 1 October 2000

I would be most grateful if someone could xerox for me a legible copy of the Will of EVAN
THOMAS as recorded in Pulaski County Deed Book #8, page 186. I am willing to pay for
research time and postage. Please contact me off-line at asmiley@hiwaay.net.

As an added note, this county's rootsweb page is one of the most comprehensive and
interesting in KY. Would that all county webmasters were as inventive!!!

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Anderson-Pettyjohn
Posted By: Jenny Oldham <jloldham@vvm.com>
Date: 1 October 2000

Still looking for information on Jonathan Anderson & Elizabeth Pettyjohn m.1823 Pulaski Co.
Need his parents and bros/sisters if any.
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Re: Anderson-Pettyjohn
Posted By: Michele Ostendorf <johnoste@hpnc.com>
Date: 17 October 2000
In Response To: Anderson-Pettyjohn (Jenny Oldham)

Jenny, I don't have any information about Jonathan's parents or siblings, but my husband is
descendent from his daughter Mahala Anderson who married Francis Marion Wells.

I would be happy to exchange information with you.

Thanks, Michele
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Re: Anderson-Pettyjohn
Posted By: Jenny Oldham <jloldham@vvm.com>
Date: 17 October 2000
In Response To: Re: Anderson-Pettyjohn (Michele Ostendorf)

Great. I just had she was born 1833 and d. after 1888 and was m to Mr. Wells..

Jenny

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Squire Alexander- Mary Roney
Posted By: Jackie <Jandbill@aol.com>
Date: 1 October 2000

Would like to contact anyone with info on the Alexander families settling in Pulaski Co.,
Ky 1800-1840. Have a record of Squire Alexander with a land grant ca 1823. Does anyone have
info on this Squire?

Also searching for marriage of Squire to Mary Roney.
Thanks, Jackie
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Re: Squire Alexander- Mary Roney
Posted By: Mike Mounce <tckk2@earthlink.net>
Date: 2 October 2000
In Response To: Squire Alexander- Mary Roney (Jackie)

I have several Alexander's that are unattached:

Elizabeth Alexander m) Thomas Meece
Thomas Alexander m) Belenda Bray
Emeline Alexander m) 1.George R. Mounce
2.Talbot Randall
Marthia A. Alexander m) James L. Mounce


Others... from KY and MO lines.....
please take a look and let me know if you can help me... I would love to help you if I can

http://home.earthlink.net/~tckk2/index.htm

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Dick and Spaugh//Spaw Families
Posted By: Patrick Murphy <tichelaar@iquest.net>
Date: 3 October 2000

Searching for the parents of William J. SPAUGH//SPAW. William was born abt. 1807 in either
Casey or Pulaski Counties in KY. I believe his mother's maiden name could have been DICK.
William migrated with his family to Parke County, IN during the late 1820's and early
1830's. Can anyone on the list help me out. Thanks

Adam Spaugh of 1769 Rowan Co., NC
Posted By: Jim Drew-Whitaker <drew2020@aqol.com>
Date: 4 October 2000
In Response To: Dick and Spaugh//Spaw Families (Patrick Murphy)

April 3, 1769, Avinton Felps a blacksmith & wife Rachel to Thomas Felps for L120
proclamation, 357 acres on north side of Yadkin river 1/2 mile above branch of Reedy Creek,
Signed...... Avinton Felps and Rachel (R) Felps. Wit: Adam Spaugh, Jonas Sparks. Proven,
May Court 1769. Records indicate that this land sold to Thomas was located between
Avinton's and Aquilla's places on the Reedy Creek.

I would "greatfully" appreciate any information on the Spaw family. Thanks. Jim
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Re: Dick and Spaugh//Spaw Families
Posted By: Marilyn Tanner <mntanne@juno.com>
Date: 21 November 2000
In Response To: Dick and Spaugh//Spaw Families (Patrick Murphy)

I am a descendant of Washington Andrew (or Andrew Washington) Spaw of Casey Co., Ky. I have
him born abt. 1808 in Montgomery Co., Ky. We think his father may possibly have been Jacob
Spaw, since there was a Jacob Spaw in early land records in Casey Co. I have no siblings
for Washington Spaw as he was the only Spaw in 1850 census of Casey Co. He had a family of
at least 12 children, most of whom lived in Casey or Pulaski Co., Ky. I am a descendant of
his son George W. Spaw who married Frances "Fanny" Dick in Pulaski Co. in 1855. I have done
a lot of research on the Dick family but I do not have a Dick married to a William J. Spaw
who was born as early as 1807. Your William could possibly be a brother to my Washington. -
-- Would certainly be interested if you should find a connection.

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Stewarts of Somerset
Posted By: Joan Stewart Lonigro <Lonigro@kih.net>
Date: 4 October 2000

Iam trying to find out who the parents of my grandfather Thomas H Stewart were. Im pretty
sure his mother was a Vaught.Thomas H Stewart was born in 1876. My grandmother his wife was
Edna Dupee. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Louisa McKibben
Posted By: S.A.Fisher
Date: 5 October 2000

Louisa McKibben married Thomas M. Floyd in 1-10-1866.My grandfather was born to Louisa
abt.1888 his name was George R. Taylor.Her marriage took place in Pulaski Co.,Ky.???George
R. Taylor later had a child named George R. Taylor in Wilmington,ohio--this was my
grandfather and he married to a clara m. morris. If anyone out there can HELP me in this
search,I would be greatfull for whatever you can do??????????????

Floyd Taylor Brinson Whiteaker
Posted By: Jim Drew-Whitaker <drew2020@aqol.com>
Date: 5 October 2000
In Response To: Louisa McKibben (S.A.Fisher)

There's a great Floyd Website with information about the Floyd ancestor of Pulaski Floyds.

My Taylors and Whitakers migrated from Rowan Co., NC to Madison Co., KY 1790s --

A Rev. Matthew Floyd presided over the marriage of my 5th g-uncle Zebulon Brinson and 5th
g-aunt Betsey Whiteaker 8 Jan 1808 -- We are probably related by the Taylor Family? Thanks.
Jim (drew2020@aol.com

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Early Church Records
Posted By: Gloria Padach <seamore@earthlink.net>
Date: 7 October 2000

Does anyone know of any early Churchs say in 1799 - 1800's, in Pulaski Co, KY. I am
interested in the areas of Buck Creek, Crab Orchard and Somerset. If so are there any of
these Church records still in existence and where are they now located ?

Any information will be appreciated.

Gloria
Laguna Beach CA
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Re: Early Church Records
Posted By: Skip <Skipparoo314@aol.com>
Date: 29 October 2000
In Response To: Early Church Records (Gloria Padach)

Flat Lick Baptist Church,organized Jan. 4, 1799 is probably the oldest church in Pulaski
Co. located in the vicinity of Buck Creek and Flat Lick Creek 10 miles east of Somerset off
Hwy. 461. First Southern Baptist Church in Somerset was originally organized as Sinking
Creek Baptist Church on Jun. 8, 1799 and recognizes Flat Lick as its mother Church. Pisgah
Presbyterian Church was organized Mar. 26, 1828 located just south of Somerset off US Hwy
27. There are others in the area formed in the early to mid 1800s.
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Re: Early Church Records
Posted By: Gloria Padach <seamore@earthlink.net>
Date: 29 October 2000
In Response To: Re: Early Church Records (Skip)

Hi Skip:

Thank you for the information. I believe that there was a group of members of the Meherrin
Baptist Church of Lundenberg, VA. that came into TN and then into Lincoln Co. by early
1790's. I am sure that two were John Thompson wife Sarah (Thompson) and Robert Watkins wife
Jane (Thompson). There also may have been several others families with them, as there are
several names that appear on the Chruch list that seem to be associated with early Pulaski
County families.

Thank you again for your help

Gloria
Laguna Beach, CA

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William Daniel Burton
Posted By: Buddy Baker <IBAKER@SHCONSULTING.COM>
Date: 10 October 2000

William Daniel Burton b. 1795-1800 in Pittsylvania Co., VA. d. between 1850-1860 Pulaski
Co., KY Married Unity Beadles in Pulaski Co., Ky 1-18-1814

Children known of:
Seaton D. Burton b. c 1814
Unknown Female Burton b. c 1815
Unknown Male Burton b. c 1815-1820
Unknown Male Burton b. c 1815-1820
Betsy ? Burton b. c 1820-1825
Unknown Male Burton b. c 1825-1830
Charles W. Burton b. c Between March 1826-1828
Cyranus W. Burton b. 2-1827
William Phillip Burton b 2-2-1834 d. 7-24-1922 {Proven}
Nancy E. Burton b. c 1835

I am looking for prove on children listed, also believe one of the unknown males' b. c
1815-1820 is James Porter Burton b 3-15-1817 d. 5-16-1893 {dates from pension records} but
no hard prove found!

Can any one be of help here, it would me appreciated!

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Mahala Walker
Posted By: Darlene Lewis <dardie3@aol.com>
Date: 12 October 2000

Still searching for Mahala Walker's parents and siblings. Mahala b. 18 Mar 1815 Pulaski
County, KY or Pulaski, TN. Any help appreciated.
Darlene Lewis

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George B Cooper
Posted By: Suzette Rhodes <rhodes@brightok.net>
Date: 13 October 2000

Looking for more information about George B. Cooper, a native of Virginia, immigrated to
Pulaski County, Ky., where he was three times elected to the Legislature. Married in 1822
to Susan Lee, (Susannah Hancock Lee) was closely related to the famous Robert E. Lee.

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research visit
Posted By: dale cordner <dale.cordner@helen.bush.edu>
Date: 14 October 2000

I am planning a research trip to Pulaski in early november and would appreciate any trip
and suggestions on resources and help in the county. I have already run down census,
marrage bonds, deeds, and tax records. I am particularly interested in church, local
histories and other records that were not microfilmed when the Family history microfilmers
came through in the 1930's.

I have a special interest in records related reburials when fishing creek was flooded. My
line is Allen, Evans, and McDaniels but extend to a number of other families through
marrage. Thank you in advance.
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Re: research visit
Posted By: Kevin <kcord@gte.net>
Date: 15 October 2000
In Response To: research visit (dale cordner)

This may be a long shot, but thought I'd reply. Noticed McDaniels and the mention of
Fishing Creek. My great-great-grandmother was Josephine McDaniels Dye, married to John G.
Dye. They were from the Fishing Creek area. Their graves, along with several others, were
moved from Oil Center to the Ringold Road Cemetary at the time the lake was backed up.
Others from Oil Center were moved to the west side of the creek to what is now Pointer
Community, to a cemetary behind Fishing Creek Baptist Church. Hope this helps.

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Indian reservation?
Posted By: B J Compton <bevjcom@webtv.net>
Date: 14 October 2000

I have been asked by a cousin where the Indian reservation is that used to be in Pulaski
County "a long time ago", and apparently, they now have musical concerts there. Does
anyone have any information. I am at a total loss. Please e-mail directely to
bevjcom@webtv.net. Thanks in advance.

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Thomas B. ROBERTS
Posted By: Becky Roberts Simpson <FBSimpson@cpn-net.com>
Date: 14 October 2000

Trying to find out when Thomas B. Roberts (b. 1847 Wayne Co.) died. Thomas supposedly died
in Somerset, Pulaski Co., in 1918 but info on death certificate does not match other family
information. He was married to Martha Kirkland. Parents were Joseph Roberts (b.1818) and
Eliza Williams. Grandparents of Thomas are William Bailey Roberts and Lydia Ponder. Anyone
else researching this family?

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Census Records
Posted By: Tami Edwards Erskine <Thershey@concentric.net>
Date: 17 October 2000

Would like to purchase 1900 Pulaski Co. Census and 1910 Pulaski Co. Census .Could someone
tell me how to obtain these records.The Historical Society to my knowledge does not offer
these.Thank you in advance.

Tami Edwards Erskine
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Jenny Oldham <jloldham@vvm.com>
Date: 17 October 2000
In Response To: Census Records (Tami Edwards Erskine)

Years ago you could purchase census records on micofilm from the National Archives. They
probably have them on CD now.
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Bob Edwards <bobofky@prodigy.net>
Date: 21 October 2000
In Response To: Census Records (Tami Edwards Erskine)

You may obtain census records on CD ROM from Blue Roses Publishing Company, P.O. Box 60934,
San Angelo, Texas 76904. I believe that the company has a web site. Search for Blue Roses.
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Skip <Skipparoo314@aol.com>
Date: 1 November 2000
In Response To: Census Records (Tami Edwards Erskine)

Tami: The Pulaski County Historical Society published the 1900 Census in two volumes. I
feel certain these books are still available. They also have the 1910 Census in the library
but not yet published. I'm sure one of their volunteers would be happy to lookup names for
you. Skip
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Joyce Hargis <Ojhargis@aol.com>
Date: 1 November 2000
In Response To: Re: Census Records (Skip)


Just got my newsletter from the Historical Society and they haven't any more of the 1900
census for sell . I don't know if they are going to reorder or not . I haven't talk to any
of the volunteer for a while

Joyce
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Skip <Skipparoo314@aol.com>
Date: 1 November 2000
In Response To: Re: Census Records (Joyce Hargis)

Thanks for the update. Hopefully they will reorder 1900 and also publish the 1910 and 1920
Census. They have a Cemetery Book III yet unpublished. Think they are concerned that
someone will put them on the Internet and hurt their sales. They depend on book revenues as
a major source of financial support. However, no books, no sales!
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Re: Census Records
Posted By: Tami Edwards Erskine <Thershey@concentric.net>
Date: 4 November 2000
In Response To: Re: Census Records (Skip)

for those of us who were looking for the Pulaski County 1910 Census ,Ancestory Daily news
is offering free for 10 days the 1910 Miracode index for Kentucky.it`s just like a
census,and is for all counties of Kentucky.located alot of my ancestors on it. the address
is http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5185.htm

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Cash Family
Posted By: Dawna Martin <dawna0605@voyager.net>
Date: 30 December 1999

Posted on Wed, 01 Dec 1999

Looking for any information on my grandmother Martha E. CASH who was born est.1843 in
Pulaski Co,Ky?. Martha wed James LOVINS in Pulaski Co,Ky. any help would be appreciated.

Lovins Cash Burdine of Pulaski 1850
Posted By: Sheila Evans <ElCain@usa.net>
Date: 30 December 1999
In Response To: Cash Family (Dawna Martin)

Posted on Sun, 05 Dec 1999

Hi Dawn - these are some of my notes gathered mostly from the Pulaski Co. Historical
Society Records of Marriages & Census Years.

Martha E(Elen) CASH (23) b. Pulaski Co.,Ky father born TN and mother born Ky;... James
LOVINS (21) b. Laurel Co.,Ky...parents born Ky. they married in Pulaski Co. 21 Feb. 1867 at
the home of S.H. Renfro, surety was by R.J. Lester

1850 Pulaski Co.,Ky. Census only had one LUVINS family, but neighbors w/the Leonard CASH
family too. (there were several CASH families, but only one w/a fm. 8yrs old in 1850 named
Martha, and that was the Leonard CASH family).

Leonard CASH m/38 b. Ky in the 1850 Census BUT in the 1860 census he states he was born in
Tn. Cynthia fm/32 b. Ind.

Joshua LUVIN m/45 b. Ky Nancy (Burdin) fm/30 --- married him in 1836 Pulaski Co.,Ky.

1860 Pulaski Co.,Ky. Census

CASH, Leonard D. m/46 b. Tn all their children b. KY

, Cynthia fm/46 b. Ind.

, Margaret fm/20 Martha fm/17 John m/13

Joseph m/11 Sarah 9 Wm 8 Marion 6 Jane 4

**his neighbor ? Brother - Jeremiah CASH m/58 b. N.C. a widower w/ 7 Children.

LOVINS, Joshua m/50 Nancy f/45 Jacob m/20 Elisha 18 James 15 Josiah 13 Chas. 10 John 4

Hope this helps you.
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Re: Lovins Cash Burdine of Pulaski 1850
Posted By: Dawna Martin <dawna0605@voyager.net>
Date: 30 December 1999
In Response To: Lovins Cash Burdine of Pulaski 1850 (Sheila Evans)

Posted on Mon, 06 Dec

Thank you so much! What I have on Martha CASH & James LOVINS is as follows:James M. LOVINS
born July or Aug,1844 in Laurel CO,KY. Wed Martha Elen CASH who was born 22 Jan,1843 in
Pulaski Co. James & Martha Lovins were wed 21 Feb,1867 in Pulaski CO,KY. James was the son
of Joshua LOVINS & Nancy BURDINE. James served in CO C 13th KY CAV.(civil war). James &
Martha had alot of children,but only know about one son,Logue(Logan) B. Lovins. James
LOVINS died 18 Dec,1937 and is burried at MT-Zion Cemetery in Howell CO,MO next to His wife
Martha E.CASH who died 19th Aug,1896.Martha is the daughter of Leonard & Cynthia CASH.
James & Martha's son Logue LOVINS was born 27th Dec,1870 in Pulaski CO,KY. Logue wed
1)Serena Betty Turner then 2)Abbie Burk daughter of Richard & Elizabeth (Roan)Burk on the
15th Nov,1903. Logue & Serena LOVINS had 2-daughters. Logue & Abbie had 8 children. Logue &
Abbie LOVINS are both burried at New Liberty Cemetery in Howell CO,MO. I have all thier
children's information if any one is interested. I am looking for any information on James
& Martha's Familys like their sibings,Parent informations and so on.
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Re: Lovins Cash Burdine of Pulaski 1850
Posted By: Cathy Romanowski <Catherine_Romanowski@notes2.nursing.sunysb.edu>
Date: 18 October 2000
In Response To: Re: Lovins Cash Burdine of Pulaski 1850 (Dawna Martin)

Hi, Dawna & Sheila,
To add to your info, Cynthia Cash's maiden name was Litrell/Lytrell.
I am descended from Jeremiah Cash, he also had a daughter Martha (Ann) who married Alfred
Green Watson in 1831. Take care and happy hunting...
Cathy

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Richard Walter (s)
Posted By: Craig Nelson <cengold@aol.com>
Date: 18 October 2000

NAME: craig Nelson
EMAIL: cengold@aol.com
DATE: Oct 17 2000
Searching for my 4g-grandfather Richard Walters. Born ca 1780, place of birth unknown.
Married Polly Hardgrove in Feb 1802 in Pulaski Co., KY. He died in 1815 and is buried in
Pulaski Co. I have never been able to determine his birth date or birth place, nor his
parents, siblings, etc. TIA for any assistance.

Best Regards,
Craig Nelson.

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Walter Baker
Posted By: Buddy Baker <ibaker@chconsulting.com>
Date: 21 October 2000

Walter O.Baker b. April 1846 d. Febuary 02, 1934
Married Emily F.Vaught April15, 1866 Pulaski Co., Ky.
Children:
George William Baker ca. 1868
Mima C. Baker ca. 1870
Retta Baker ca. 1871
John Baker ca. 1873
Elias H. Baker ca, 1875
Sarah Jane Baker ca 1879
Addie B. Baker b. 6 2 1881
AND
A grandson father unknown:
Clarence B. Baker ca 1897 d. August 28, 1975 in Charlotte, N. C.

Looking for information on these children.

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Releford, Rutherford
Posted By: Elaine Campbell <ecampbell@cinti-biz.com>
Date: 23 October 2000

Looking for information on Theodore Releford or Rutherford born in Pulaski County in 1905.
Parents may be William and Amy or Anne. It is thought that last name was changed to
Releford from a similar sounding name. Was married to Goldie Robertson in 1928. Anything
would be appreciated. His daughter would like to find out anything about her father.

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brown family
Posted By: linda schrader <lindab441@msn.com>
Date: 24 October 2000

i am looking for earlier generations of andrew brown 1801-2 married susannah little had 8
children moved family to indiana susannah passed and andrew married amanda trowbridge they
had 2 sons who ended up in texas. we don't know where andrew and amanda are buried or who
andrew's parents and siblings were if you can help please e-mail me at lindab441@msn.com
thanks

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Lost Family Member
Posted By: Robert D. Cron <fpslug33@aol.com>
Date: 29 October 2000

I am looking for the death date and place of burial for Josephine (McDaniels)Dye who was
born July 12, 1849 in Casey Co. Ky. She married John G. Dye June 9. 1866 in Pulaski Co.
John Died Sept. 5, 1913 and is buried at the Ringold Cemetery in Pulaski Co. The marker has
Josephines name and birth date on it but that is all. I lost her until I looked at the 1920
Pulaski Co. Census and found her living with a daughter Beatrice " Dolly " Dye. Beatrice
(8/8/1893-7/7/1958)married Carl Lee Taylor (10/27/1887-7/4/1973)and they had 6 children.
Orville - 1911
Aleen - 1913
Agnes - 1915
Earnest - 1917
Rosie - 1919
Edna Mae - ?
These dates were taken from the 1920 Pulaski Co. census as the ages given for each child
except Rosie. I find no listing anywhere for Josephines death or burial place, but surley
it must be in Pulaski Co., as both Carl Lee and Beatrice are buried in Pulaski Co.
If anyone can help me find Josephine I would dearly appreciate it.
Thank you
Bob Cron
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Re: Lost Family Member
Posted By: Kevin <kcord@gte.net>
Date: 5 November 2000
In Response To: Lost Family Member (Robert D. Cron)

Bob,

Josephine was my gggrandmother. I am descended from John & Josie's son Oscar, grandson
Willie, ggrandaughter Rogene Dye. I do not know the date of Josephine's death, but my
grandfather remembers attending her funeral as a young boy. He was born in 1916 and cannot
rememeber his exact age at the time of her death, but does remember her. In the early 50's,
before his father passed away, he can remember the Army Corp of Engineers enquiring of
Oscar as to his preference of the relocation of John and Josephine's graves from Oil Center
to the Ringold Cemetary. He is unsure of why the marker does not bear her date of death.
She spent the years after John's death living with her children; some of that time spent in
my grandfather's home on Hickorynut Ridge, aka Pointer, KY. Hope this helps.
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Re: Lost Family Member
Posted By: Robert D. Cron <fpslug33@aol.com>
Date: 5 November 2000
In Response To: Re: Lost Family Member (Kevin)

Thank you Kevin for your post.
Your Oscar is a Brother to my wifes G Grandfather Arkillus Dye, who married Mary Priscilla
Roy. I have looked high and low for Josie, I never knew she and John had been moved from
their origional graves. I would be happy to share what I have on the Dye Family with you,
as you and my wife are 3rd cousins. My wife rembers Johnny C. Dye well, but she was also
small, she was born in 1943, so she can only recall some things. A sister of Arkillus and
Oscar was Beatrice " Dolly " who Josie was living with in the 1920 Pulaski Co. census.
Beatrice was married to Carl Lee Taylor. I don`t know if Josie was living with them when
she died, but some one surley would rember if I could onl locate them. You are my first,
and only so far, contact that rembers her and is a relative. Thank you again for posting,
and please keep in touch.
Bob Cron

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Lost Family Member
Posted By: Robert D. Cron <fpslug33@aol.com>
Date: 29 October 2000

I am looking for just the mention of one Arkillus, Achillus, Killus, Dye (9/1868-1/20/1949)
He was married to Mary Priscilla Roy, died in Pulaski Co., is buried at the Bethlehem
Church Cemetery in Pulaski Co., and had one child, Charlie Madison Dye whi was married to
Mattie Pearlie Ginn. I can find no listing for him in Pulaski Co., he is not on the KY
death CD, nor is he listed in the State death books. I know he was born in Pulaski Co.
married in Pulaski Co, lived all his life in Pulaski Co., and is buried in Pulaski Co. He
is my wifes G Grandfather and lived with my wifes parents until he died. My wife, who was
born 1943, rembers him well, but there is no record of him. Any ideas or suggestions are
most welcome.
Thank you,
Bob Cron
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Re: Lost Family Member
Posted By: Merrilee Griffith <merrilee@atlantic.net>
Date: 29 October 2000
In Response To: Lost Family Member (Robert D. Cron)

I have Charles M. Dye as D. January 1933. In the library in Sommerset they have a book of
deaths from undertakers. Sorry I don't remember the name but I copyed the following info.
Was Married according to Sommerset Undertaking . Also said he was 40y 5m 12d . The death
was recorded on the 20-January-1933.

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William Y Isaacs
Posted By: Jan LaMotte <jlamott99@email.msn.com>
Date: 29 October 2000

Seeking info about William Y. Isaacs (1793-1846), father of Elizabeth Isaacs who married
Green Lee Sweeney in 1839 in Pulaski Co. His wife's name was Mary. 10 children: John, Jane,
William C., Mary Polly, Elizabeth, Lee, Adrian, George, Josiah and Edward.

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Sweeney-Lee, 1813
Posted By: Jan LaMotte <jlamott99@email.msn.com>
Date: 29 October 2000

Seeking info about Jinney (Martha) Lee, wife of Thomas Sweeney. They married 2 Oct 1813.
They are the parents of Green Lee Sweeney. Who were the children of Thomas and Jinney?
Where were they from?

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Humble - Johnson
Posted By: Nick Humble <nickh@mindspring.com>
Date: 30 October 2000

My g-g grandfather was John Daniel Humble and he is buried at The Grey Chapel Cemetery on
HWY 80 in Nancy, KY. I am looking for any descendant of his that I might commummicate with.
I am also looking for descendants of my Grandfathers sister, Martha Humble who married
Green Johnson in Pulaski County August 11th 1881. among their 12 children were Elmore,
Shelby,Lou, James, & George Oliver who has not been dead for very long. Sure would like to
be able to talk with someone about Martha Humble and Green Johnson.
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Re: Humble - Johnson
Posted By: Carl B. Johnson <carlbjohnson@juno.com>
Date: 30 October 2000
In Response To: Humble - Johnson (Nick Humble)

Hello,
My wife comes from the Shebly Johnson side, would like to share information as well !!

Carl B. & Cliffonda S. Johnson
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Re: Humble - Johnson
Posted By: Carl B. Johnson <carlbjohnson@juno.com>
Date: 30 October 2000
In Response To: Humble - Johnson (Nick Humble)

Hello,
Just thought I would share this as well, My wifes gg-grandfather, George Blue Johnson was a
brother to Hillard R. Green Johnson , I also do have that Martha Miranda Elizabeth Humble
Johnson was the daughter of James H. Humble and Oval L. Alexandria . I thinking that i have
a picture of them as well, Keep in touch !! Green and George Johnsons father , Francis
Asubry Johnson was a brother to my gg grandfather Peter K. Johnson , small world !!

Carl B. Johnson

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