John Rogers1

M, #17311
FatherOwen Rogers1
MotherLydia Wright1 b. 31 Aug 1730, d. 27 Jun 1778
Last Edited20 Sep 2001

Citations

  1. [S762] Unknown compiler, online http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html, Bill Abrams (e-mail address) (unknown location), downloaded 20 Sept. 2001.

Henry J. Ballinger

M, #17312, b. circa 1709, d. 4 May 1774
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Henry J. Ballinger was born circa 1709.1 He was born circa 1709 at Nottingham Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1 He married Hannah Wright, daughter of James Wright and Mary Davis, on 18 August 1726 at New Garden Mm, Nottingham Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1
Henry J. Ballinger died on 4 May 1774 at New Garden Monthly Meeting, Greensboro, Guilford Co., North Carolina, USA.1
     Henry J. Ballinger
Person Source.2

Family

Hannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Children

Citations

  1. [S762] Unknown compiler, online http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html, Bill Abrams (e-mail address) (unknown location), downloaded 20 Sept. 2001.
  2. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Jane fitz Herbert1

F, #17313
FatherJohn fitz Herbert of Norbury, Derbyshire d. 24 Jul 1531; Burke's Peerage: "an illegitimate dau"1
Last Edited22 Nov 2002

Citations

  1. [S1396] Burke's Peerage & Gentry Web Site, online http://www.burkes-peerage.net/sites/peerageandgentry/sitepages/home.asp, Stafford Family Page. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage & Gentry Web Site.

Rachel Ballinger

F, #17314, b. 7 October 1727
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Rachel Ballinger was born on 7 October 1727.
     Rachel Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Mary Ballinger

F, #17315, b. 10 January 1727/28
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Mary Ballinger was born on 10 January 1727/28.
     Mary Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

William Ballinger

M, #17316, b. 11 September 1730
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     William Ballinger was born on 11 September 1730.
     William Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Henry Ballinger

M, #17317, b. 5 May 1733
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Henry Ballinger was born on 5 May 1733.
     Henry Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Hannah Ballinger

F, #17318, b. 28 December 1735
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Hannah Ballinger was born on 28 December 1735.
     Hannah Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Rebeckah Ballinger

F, #17319, b. 15 February 1738/39
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Rebeckah Ballinger was born on 15 February 1738/39.
     Rebeckah Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Moses Ballinger

M, #17320, b. 25 February 1741/42
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Moses Ballinger was born on 25 February 1741/42.
     Moses Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Martha Ballinger

F, #17321, b. 22 February 1743/44
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Martha Ballinger was born on 22 February 1743/44.
     Martha Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

John Ballinger

M, #17322, b. 22 January 1748/49
FatherHenry J. Ballinger b. c 1709, d. 4 May 1774
MotherHannah Wright b. 1709, d. a 5 Aug 1760
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     John Ballinger was born on 22 January 1748/49.
     John Ballinger
Person Source.1

Citations

  1. [S768] Bill Abrams, GEDCOM file imported on 20 Sep 2001. Bill Abrams Maple Shade NJ e-mail address http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html (n.p.: Maple Shade e-mail address, unknown publish date).

Aaron Higginbotham Sr.1

M, #17323, b. 1720, d. 3 October 1785
FatherJohn Higginbotham1,2,3 b. 10 Jul 1695, d. 17 Apr 1742
MotherFrances Riley1,4,3 b. 1692, d. 1751
Last Edited26 Mar 2018
     Aaron Higginbotham Sr. was born in 1720 at Amherst Co., Virginia, USA.3 He married Clara Graves, daughter of (?) Graves, before 1745; According to their Find A Grave memorials, their child, Samuel, was botn in 1745.1,5,6
Aaron Higginbotham Sr. died on 3 October 1785 at Amherst Co., Virginia, USA.1,3
Aaron Higginbotham Sr. was buried after 3 October 1785 at Higginbotham Cemetery, Amherst, Amherst Co., Virginia, USA,

; from Find A Grave:
     Birth:      1720, Amherst County, Virginia, USA
     Death:      Oct. 3, 1785, Amherst County, Virginia, USA
     Family links: Parents:
      John Joseph Higginbotham (1695 - 1742)
      Frances Riley Higginbotham (1692 - 1751)
     Spouse: Clara Graves Higginbotham (1728 - 1786)*
     Children: Samuel Higginbotham (1745 - 1803)*
     Siblings:
      Moses Higginbotham (1714 - 1790)*
      Joseph Higginbotham (1720 - 1805)*
      Aaron Higginbotham (1720 - 1785)
      John Higginbotham (1726 - 1814)*
      Benjamin Aimsley Higginbotham (1729 - 1791)*
      James Higginbotham (1729 - 1813)*
      Ann Higginbotham (1731 - 1751)*
     Burial: Higginbotham Family Cemetery, Amherst, Amherst County, Virginia, USA
     Created by: d yancey
     Record added: Dec 07, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 101873546.3
     John Higginbotham and Frances Riley immigrated to Goochland Co., Virginia, USA; From History of the Higginbotham Name:
     John Higgenbotham and his wife, Frances Riley, came from Ireland to Virginia in the early eighteenth century, bringing with them numerous children, among whom were Moses, John, Aaron, James, and Anne. This family settled in Goochland County, where are believed to have been born at least four more children, Benjamin, Joseph, Rachel, and Thomas."1

Aaron Higginbotham Sr. left a will in 1785 at Amherst Co., Virginia, USA; From History of the Higginbotham Name:
     "His will, of [1785], mentions his sons, Samuel and Aaron, and four daughters, Frances, Mary Ann, Tamasin, and Margaret."1

Citations

  1. [S2354] Ancestry.Com Web Site, online http://search.ancestry.com/, History of the Higginbotham name seen on the Oliver Higginbotham family tree Ancestry.com on 19 Oct 2017 at: Found: https://www.ancestry.com/mediaui-viewer/tree/5407581/person/-1457480964/media/405545c0-5871-4a6b-be00-51d2e3304c3e. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.Com Web Site.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Joseph Higginbotham: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13346740/john-joseph-higginbotham. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Capt Aaron Higginbotham: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/101873546/aaron-higginbotham
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Frances Riley Higginbotham: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13346751/frances-higginbotham
  5. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Capt Aaron Higginbotham: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101873546
  6. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Clara Graves Higginbotham: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101873587

John Robinson Young1

M, #17324
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     John Robinson Young married Nancy Woolridge, daughter of Col. (?) Woolridge and Hannah Flournoy.1
     John Robinson Young lived at Woodford Co., Kentucky, USA.1

Family

Nancy Woolridge
Child

Citations

  1. [S769] Letter from KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her
    daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny
    married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the
    firect line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va.
    married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather. My
    grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and
    went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians -
    HYe obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my
    fahter, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father
    of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of
    decscent on both sides. I will now narate what has occured in the last fifty
    years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary
    were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classsmates
    to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United
    States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embrordered in rose buds was
    purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover
    and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was
    there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to
    Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near
    Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy -
    George W (M?) marriedMary Jane Wood after the war was over sarah married
    William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and
    Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption - Mary was twice
    married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas collins
    then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democartic newspaper call "The
    Democrat". ? william died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is
    buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the
    Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had
    three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infance. Jullia died
    in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her
    at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in
    Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill HIs
    daugher Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec.
    1888 by Rev. (??) of that demonination The7y now have three children of whom
    you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta collins was
    married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent
    of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she hs one
    son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr Steele
    has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary
    McGinnis Wood Collins Mary McGinnis Wood Collins

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your
    ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can
    now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.
    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled
    from France to thhis country for protection on account of religious
    persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them
    became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge
    of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford
    Co (unknown author address) to Frank, 1893; unknown repository (unknown repository address). My dear Frank,

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.

    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled from France to this country for protection on account of religious persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford Co, KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the direct line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va. married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather.

    My grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians - He obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my father, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of descent on both sides.

    I will now narrate what has occurred in the last fifty years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classmates to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embroidered in rose buds was purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy - George W (M?) married Mary Jane Wood after the war was over Sarah married William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption -

    Mary was twice married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas Collins then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democratic newspaper call "The Democrat". ? William died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infancy. Jullia died in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill

    His daughter Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec. 1888 by Rev. (??) of that denomination The7y now have three children of whom you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta Collins was married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she has one son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr. Steele has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary McGinnis Wood Collins.

Nancy Woolridge1

F, #17325
FatherCol. (?) Woolridge1
MotherHannah Flournoy1
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Nancy Woolridge married John Robinson Young.1
     Nancy Woolridge lived at Orange Co., Virginia, USA.1

Family

John Robinson Young
Child

Citations

  1. [S769] Letter from KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her
    daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny
    married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the
    firect line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va.
    married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather. My
    grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and
    went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians -
    HYe obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my
    fahter, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father
    of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of
    decscent on both sides. I will now narate what has occured in the last fifty
    years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary
    were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classsmates
    to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United
    States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embrordered in rose buds was
    purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover
    and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was
    there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to
    Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near
    Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy -
    George W (M?) marriedMary Jane Wood after the war was over sarah married
    William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and
    Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption - Mary was twice
    married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas collins
    then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democartic newspaper call "The
    Democrat". ? william died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is
    buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the
    Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had
    three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infance. Jullia died
    in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her
    at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in
    Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill HIs
    daugher Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec.
    1888 by Rev. (??) of that demonination The7y now have three children of whom
    you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta collins was
    married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent
    of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she hs one
    son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr Steele
    has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary
    McGinnis Wood Collins Mary McGinnis Wood Collins

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your
    ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can
    now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.
    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled
    from France to thhis country for protection on account of religious
    persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them
    became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge
    of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford
    Co (unknown author address) to Frank, 1893; unknown repository (unknown repository address). My dear Frank,

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.

    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled from France to this country for protection on account of religious persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford Co, KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the direct line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va. married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather.

    My grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians - He obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my father, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of descent on both sides.

    I will now narrate what has occurred in the last fifty years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classmates to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embroidered in rose buds was purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy - George W (M?) married Mary Jane Wood after the war was over Sarah married William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption -

    Mary was twice married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas Collins then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democratic newspaper call "The Democrat". ? William died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infancy. Jullia died in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill

    His daughter Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec. 1888 by Rev. (??) of that denomination The7y now have three children of whom you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta Collins was married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she has one son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr. Steele has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary McGinnis Wood Collins.

Col. (?) Woolridge1

M, #17326
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Col. (?) Woolridge married Hannah Flournoy, daughter of (?) Flournoy.1

Citations

  1. [S769] Letter from KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her
    daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny
    married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the
    firect line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va.
    married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather. My
    grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and
    went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians -
    HYe obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my
    fahter, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father
    of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of
    decscent on both sides. I will now narate what has occured in the last fifty
    years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary
    were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classsmates
    to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United
    States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embrordered in rose buds was
    purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover
    and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was
    there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to
    Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near
    Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy -
    George W (M?) marriedMary Jane Wood after the war was over sarah married
    William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and
    Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption - Mary was twice
    married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas collins
    then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democartic newspaper call "The
    Democrat". ? william died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is
    buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the
    Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had
    three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infance. Jullia died
    in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her
    at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in
    Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill HIs
    daugher Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec.
    1888 by Rev. (??) of that demonination The7y now have three children of whom
    you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta collins was
    married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent
    of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she hs one
    son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr Steele
    has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary
    McGinnis Wood Collins Mary McGinnis Wood Collins

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your
    ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can
    now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.
    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled
    from France to thhis country for protection on account of religious
    persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them
    became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge
    of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford
    Co (unknown author address) to Frank, 1893; unknown repository (unknown repository address). My dear Frank,

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.

    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled from France to this country for protection on account of religious persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford Co, KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the direct line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va. married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather.

    My grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians - He obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my father, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of descent on both sides.

    I will now narrate what has occurred in the last fifty years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classmates to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embroidered in rose buds was purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy - George W (M?) married Mary Jane Wood after the war was over Sarah married William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption -

    Mary was twice married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas Collins then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democratic newspaper call "The Democrat". ? William died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infancy. Jullia died in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill

    His daughter Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec. 1888 by Rev. (??) of that denomination The7y now have three children of whom you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta Collins was married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she has one son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr. Steele has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary McGinnis Wood Collins.

Hannah Flournoy1

F, #17327
Father(?) Flournoy1
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     Hannah Flournoy married Col. (?) Woolridge.1

Citations

  1. [S769] Letter from KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her
    daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny
    married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the
    firect line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va.
    married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather. My
    grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and
    went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians -
    HYe obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my
    fahter, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father
    of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of
    decscent on both sides. I will now narate what has occured in the last fifty
    years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary
    were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classsmates
    to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United
    States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embrordered in rose buds was
    purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover
    and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was
    there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to
    Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near
    Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy -
    George W (M?) marriedMary Jane Wood after the war was over sarah married
    William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and
    Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption - Mary was twice
    married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas collins
    then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democartic newspaper call "The
    Democrat". ? william died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is
    buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the
    Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had
    three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infance. Jullia died
    in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her
    at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in
    Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill HIs
    daugher Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec.
    1888 by Rev. (??) of that demonination The7y now have three children of whom
    you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta collins was
    married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent
    of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she hs one
    son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr Steele
    has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary
    McGinnis Wood Collins Mary McGinnis Wood Collins

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your
    ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can
    now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.
    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled
    from France to thhis country for protection on account of religious
    persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them
    became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge
    of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford
    Co (unknown author address) to Frank, 1893; unknown repository (unknown repository address). My dear Frank,

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.

    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled from France to this country for protection on account of religious persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford Co, KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the direct line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va. married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather.

    My grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians - He obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my father, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of descent on both sides.

    I will now narrate what has occurred in the last fifty years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classmates to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embroidered in rose buds was purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy - George W (M?) married Mary Jane Wood after the war was over Sarah married William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption -

    Mary was twice married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas Collins then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democratic newspaper call "The Democrat". ? William died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infancy. Jullia died in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill

    His daughter Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec. 1888 by Rev. (??) of that denomination The7y now have three children of whom you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta Collins was married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she has one son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr. Steele has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary McGinnis Wood Collins.

(?) Flournoy1

M, #17328
Last Edited20 Sep 2001
     (?) Flournoy
A French Huguenot immigrant - came with 2 brothers.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S769] Letter from KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her
    daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny
    married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the
    firect line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va.
    married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather. My
    grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and
    went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians -
    HYe obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my
    fahter, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father
    of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of
    decscent on both sides. I will now narate what has occured in the last fifty
    years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary
    were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classsmates
    to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United
    States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embrordered in rose buds was
    purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover
    and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was
    there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to
    Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near
    Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy -
    George W (M?) marriedMary Jane Wood after the war was over sarah married
    William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and
    Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption - Mary was twice
    married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas collins
    then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democartic newspaper call "The
    Democrat". ? william died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is
    buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the
    Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had
    three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infance. Jullia died
    in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her
    at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in
    Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill HIs
    daugher Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec.
    1888 by Rev. (??) of that demonination The7y now have three children of whom
    you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta collins was
    married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent
    of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she hs one
    son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr Steele
    has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary
    McGinnis Wood Collins Mary McGinnis Wood Collins

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your
    ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can
    now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.
    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled
    from France to thhis country for protection on account of religious
    persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them
    became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge
    of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford
    Co (unknown author address) to Frank, 1893; unknown repository (unknown repository address). My dear Frank,

    When you arrive at an age to reflect - you doubtless will want to know who your ancestors were...I now propose to write for your gratification all that I can now recall from having heard my mother yr great grandmother say about them.

    History gives the date of the arrival of the Huganots in America. They fled from France to this country for protection on account of religious persecution. Among them was three brothers Flournoy by name - One of them became my ?grandmothers father. His daughter Hannah married Col. Wooldridge of Orange co. Va. Her daughter Nancy married John Robinson Young of Woodford Co, KY, her daughter Mary married Erasmus Gill McGinnis of Mercer co, Ky, her daughter Julia married Thomas Collins a native of Ireland, her daughter Fanny married Harry Harlis Hughes of Waynesburg (sp?), Pa. yr own father, is the direct line descent on yr maternal ? mothers side - Lewis Young of Va. married a full cousin to Henry Clay his son John was my grandfather.

    My grandfather Thos McGinnis came to Ky from Maryland about the year 1779 and went into fort near Harrodsburg, Ky he had many battles with the Indians - He obtained land in Mercer Co a few years later and settled upon it There my father, G. G. McGinnis was born being the youngest child, he was the father of yr grandmother Julia Collins. This much about finishes the direct line of descent on both sides.

    I will now narrate what has occurred in the last fifty years, almost within my recollection. Yr great grandparents Erasmus and Mary were married in New Albany, Ind in 182?. She was chozen by her classmates to strew flowers in General LaFayettes pathway upon his return to the United States - For this purpose an elegant white silk embroidered in rose buds was purchased in Philadelphia, in this dress she yielded to the ? of her lover and fled with him to New Albany, Ind against the wishes of her Uncle and was there married - they resided in Versailles until 1835 when they moved to Louisville, he engaging in the manufacture of rope on 7th Street near Broadway - Of this union eleven children were born, three dying in infancy - George W (M?) married Mary Jane Wood after the war was over Sarah married William Holeman of Frankfort, Ky they have two living children Geor4ge and Jissie (sp?) - Fanny died at the age of 18 of consumption -

    Mary was twice married, in 1856 to Frank J Wood of (Min, Wis ??) in 1874 to Thomas Collins then living in Mt Vernon Ind running a democratic newspaper call "The Democrat". ? William died at the age of 18 with consumption (???and is buried in Cave Hill) Clifton never married and died at the age of 58 in the Soldiers Home at Hampton , Va - next comes your grandmother Julia, she had three daughters Fanny, Georgia and Almyra who died in infancy. Jullia died in Mt Vernon, Ind in 1872 and is buried there with her babe. I was with her at the time of her death and afterwards married her husband who died in Louisville of lung trouble at 1008 - 6th St and is buried in Cave Hill

    His daughter Fanny was married at the Methodist parsonage on 6th street in Dec. 1888 by Rev. (??) of that denomination The7y now have three children of whom you are the oldest - Harlis and Steele by name. Mary Georgetta Collins was married to Issac Steele in Jeffersonville, without the knowledge or consent of her father, but with her mothers approbation At this writing she has one son, John Dawson aged 4 years - They live in Hustonville, Ky where Mr. Steele has a general store.

    Stationary says Louisville, Ky .......1893. Letter was written by Mary McGinnis Wood Collins.

Sarah Hays1

F, #17329
Last Edited4 Mar 2002
     Sarah Hays married John Gall, son of George Gall Jr. and Susannah Nicholas, on 7 January 1812 at Barbour Co., West Virginia, USA.1
     Sarah Hays was also known as Sarah Hayes.2

Family

John Gall b. 7 Nov 1790, d. 8 Jan 1878

Citations

  1. [S771] James Clark, "Clark email 5 Jul 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 5 July 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Clark email 5 Jul 2001."
  2. [S1223] Olice Gall Newcomer, The Gall and Williams Genealogy (n.p.: n.pub., 1953). Hereinafter cited as The Gall and Williams Genealogy.

Joseph Todd1

M, #17330, b. 10 November 1836, d. between 1840 and 1850
FatherCharles Rankin Todd Sr.1 b. bt 1815 - 1818, d. b Jan 1869
MotherEster Fisher1 b. c 1820, d. c 1884
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     Joseph Todd was born on 10 November 1836 at Washington Co., Missouri, USA.1
Joseph Todd died between 1840 and 1850.1

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

James T. French1

M, #17331
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     James T. French married Eliza Todd, daughter of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 24 September 1863 at Franklin Co., Missouri, USA.1

Family

Eliza Todd b. 7 Jul 1838

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

Esquire Young1

M, #17333
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     Esquire Young married Susannah Todd, daughter of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 12 October 1856.1

Family

Susannah Todd b. 10 May 1843, d. a 1880

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

William A. Lock1

M, #17334
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     William A. Lock married Susannah Todd, daughter of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, circa 1865.1

Family

Susannah Todd b. 10 May 1843, d. a 1880

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

William Ennis1

M, #17335
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     William Ennis married Nancy Elizabeth Todd, daughter of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 6 April 1858; married by grandfather Joseph Fisher.1

Family

Nancy Elizabeth Todd b. 17 Jun 1844, d. bt 1902 - 1903

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

William C. Vest1

M, #17336
Father(?) Vest
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     William C. Vest married Nancy Elizabeth Todd, daughter of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 17 June 1875.1

Family

Nancy Elizabeth Todd b. 17 Jun 1844, d. bt 1902 - 1903

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

Nancy Ellen Vest1

F, #17338
Father(?) Vest
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     Nancy Ellen Vest married James R. Todd, son of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 13 June 1872 at Franklin Co., Missouri, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

Angline Dotson1

F, #17339
Last Edited30 Sep 2001
     Angline Dotson married James R. Todd, son of Charles Rankin Todd Sr. and Ester Fisher, on 18 January 1899 at Dent Co., Missouri, USA.1

Family

James R. Todd b. Jul 1849, d. bt 1900 - 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S772] Shirley Carter, "Carter email 1 Apr 2001," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Vaut, 1 April 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Carter email 1 Apr 2001."

(?) Vest

M, #17340
Last Edited30 Sep 2001