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Scotch-Irish convention speech
Scotch-Irish convention speech
Status: LocatedSpeech by Arthur St. Clair Colyar at convention of Scotch-Irish contained in book The Scotch-Irish in America 
 
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Seth Curtis farm
Seth Curtis farm
Status: LocatedSeth Curtis farm about 1/2 mile from Ludlow pond, East McDonough NY.
 
 
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Seth Curtis grave
Seth Curtis grave
Status: LocatedSeth Curtis grave stone in 2002 Union Cemetery McDonough NY 
 
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Seth Curtis grave, Union Cemetery, McDonough NY
Seth Curtis grave, Union Cemetery, McDonough NY
 
 
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Sewanee College University of South Founding document A.S.Colyar
Sewanee College University of South Founding document A.S.Colyar
Minutes of Episcopal Methodist church 1858 founding of Sewanee College showing Arthur St Clair Colyar (A.S. Colyar) on land acquistion committee of college with his father in law, Dr. Estill. Colyar was involved with Sewanee Mining, later its president, who donated the 10,000 acres the college was built upon. 
 
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Shawnee and Other Indian marriages to Whites 1700's
Shawnee and Other Indian marriages to Whites 1700's
Make claim that Charles St. Clair's (Sinclair) wife, Ann was either 100% or 50% native american indian 
 
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Short Creek, Pulaski County Ky
Short Creek, Pulaski County Ky
1971 Somerset Commonwealth Journal newspaper supplement on Short Creek. 
 
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Sion Bradley estate 1861
Sion Bradley estate 1861
 
 
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Sion Bradley marriage 1828
Sion Bradley marriage 1828
Shows wife maiden name Mary Head 
 
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Sis (Lavonia) Hyman and son, Bob
Sis (Lavonia) Hyman and son, Bob
Received from Bob Hyman 2012 
 
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Sokolik photo Moholy Nagy Chicago tribute
Sokolik photo Moholy Nagy Chicago tribute
 
 
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Somerset 1933 First Methodist Men Bible Study
Somerset 1933 First Methodist Men Bible Study
According to 2/6/18 photo posted to Pulaski County Ky facebook group. Earl Curtis standing back row, top right 
 
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Somerset Banking Co failure, George Washington Wait
Somerset Banking Co failure, George Washington Wait
 
 
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Somerset Commonwealth Journal newspaper article June 2008 on Alan Sidwell wildlife rescue
Somerset Commonwealth Journal newspaper article June 2008 on Alan Sidwell wildlife rescue
Status: Located
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Somerset Court house 1902
Somerset Court house 1902
Unknown occasion group photo on the Somerset KY square at court house shows people dressed in their fancy clothes. The RED arrow shows who is believed to be Sam Colyer, born 1884. Found this photo in archives of Edith Colyer Curtis, Sam's daughter. Somerset Ky newspaper clipping dates 1902. 
 
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Somerset flour mill in 2002
Somerset flour mill in 2002
As the mill looked a few years before it was torn down. 
 
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Somerset Ky 1929 Topo map (warning 5meg file size)
Somerset Ky 1929 Topo map (warning 5meg file size)
Shows Ruth Ky John Colyer house, Charles Granade Colyer house, Clay Hill Baptist Church and cemetery, Beech Grove School, Soules' Chapel Church, Jugornot Hollow, Pisgah School. See alternative annotated pdf file. 
 
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Somerset Ky Elm Street and South Main Street Property tax map (apparently) from about 1920
Somerset Ky Elm Street and South Main Street Property tax map (apparently) from about 1920
Appears to show where the Colyer House apartments owned by Mrs. Charles Granade Colyer were located. Excerpt from Jan 7 1920 Somerset Journal: "One of the prettiest of the holiday parties was given by Mrs. Ben D. Smith on Tuesday afternoon at her pretty apartment at the Colyer House. Mrs. Smith entertained at cards and there were five tables playing. Attractive were the decorations and most delicious refreshments were served. 
 
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Somerset KY First Methodist Church history
Somerset KY First Methodist Church history
Shows connection to Somerset KY Soule's Chapel 
 
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Somerset Mill
Somerset Mill
Status: Locatedbuilt by John Carpenter Curtis and his brothers, Charlie and Fred in about 1906. Home of FCJ flour (Fred,Charlie, Jack). The mill was located on Monticello St in Somerset Ky where current day (2008) Beecher street intersects.  
 
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Somerset mill loading dock
Somerset mill loading dock
As it appears 2002 before it was torn down few years later 
 
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Somerset Mill newspaper ad 1922
Somerset Mill newspaper ad 1922
Status: LocatedSomerset Mill was built, owned and operated by John Carpenter Curtis and his brothers. Based on the fact as outlined in Wikipedia that the "White Lily" Brand was established in Knoxsville TN in 1883, it appears that the Somerset Mill Advertisement and branding of their flour "Lily White" was a bit of brand violation. Of course earlier "Lily White" flour existed in Grand Rapids MI in 1867 
 
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Somerset Mill pg 1
Somerset Mill pg 1
Status: LocatedArticle in Somerset KY newspaper re closing of Mill that was build by Earl Curtis father, John Carpenter Curtis abt. 1907 
 
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Somerset Mill pg 2
Somerset Mill pg 2
Status: LocatedArticle in Somerset KY newspaper re closing of Mill that was build by Earl Curtis father, John Carpenter Curtis abt. 1907 
 
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Somerset Mill pg 3
Somerset Mill pg 3
Status: LocatedArticle in Somerset KY newspaper re closing of Mill that was build by Earl Curtis father, John Carpenter Curtis abt. 1907 
 
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Somerset Mill pg 4
Somerset Mill pg 4
Status: LocatedArticle in Somerset KY newspaper re closing of Mill that was build by Earl Curtis father, John Carpenter Curtis abt. 1907 
 
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Somerset Pulaski County Ky 1929 Topo Map:  Warning EXTREMELY LARGE 34 meg.
Somerset Pulaski County Ky 1929 Topo Map: Warning EXTREMELY LARGE 34 meg.
Shows John Colyer house, Charles Granade Colyer house, Where Charles Granade taught school at Beech Grove, Where Charles Granade buried at Clay Hill Baptist, Where John Colyer buried at Soules Chapel, Where Bluford Colyer eldest son of John Colyer gave land for Jugornot school 
 
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Soule's Chapel Cemetery John Colyer tombstone
Soule's Chapel Cemetery John Colyer tombstone
video of John Colyer and wife Lydis Purvis tombstones in Soule's Chapel cemetery 2010 
 
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Soule's Chapel Church
Soule's Chapel Church
Status: LocatedPhoto of Soule's Chapel Church new homestead of John Colyer and his son Charles Granade Colyer. This is where family may have gone to church and where John Colyer, son of William Colyar and father of Charles Granade Colyer, is buried. See historic write up about Soule’s chapel under John Colyer. It is reported by June Avera that Charles Grenade Colyer was initially buried there, but after a dispute with Louisa Jane, his wife and the church, she reportedly had him exhumed and moved to the Clay Hill Baptist Church cemetery, where his grave is today. However, from reading the obituary of Charles Grenade Colyer in the Somerset Republican newspaper referenced above, this story must be erroneous since the paper says he was originally buried in Clay Hill Cemetery. 
 
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St. Clair Colyer 1850 census
St. Clair Colyer 1850 census
Coal Dealer. See story of son Jehu Colyer 
 
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St. Clair Colyer 1900 census
St. Clair Colyer 1900 census
 
 
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St. Clair Colyer marriage
St. Clair Colyer marriage
1853 Pulaski County Ky 
 
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St. Clair's bottom
St. Clair's bottom
Near modern day Chilowie VA. This photo looking over the bottom arriving from west looking east. Photo taken 2005 
 
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St. Clair's Bottom
St. Clair's Bottom
Photo taken 2005 looking east to west over the valley bordered by south fork of Holston river. 
 
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St. Claire (Sinclair) Colyer obit 1904
St. Claire (Sinclair) Colyer obit 1904
 
 
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Stained Glass Window First Methodist Church Somerset Ky
Stained Glass Window First Methodist Church Somerset Ky
This stained glass window was in the old First Methodist Church Somerset that was torn down and replaced by new church building in about 1960. The Window was donated by Mrs. John Carpenter Curtis. It is now in a small chapel within the new First Methodist Church Somerset Ky. 
 
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Stella Colyer grave
Stella Colyer grave
Clay Hill Baptist Church cemetery Somerset KY 
 
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Stephen A. Curtis grave, Moore Cemetery, McDonough NY
Stephen A. Curtis grave, Moore Cemetery, McDonough NY
 
 
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Stephen Colyer:  Friendship Baptist Church
Stephen Colyer: Friendship Baptist Church
 
 
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Sublimity Road (hwy 192)  Ky legislature Act 1858 creating toll road
Sublimity Road (hwy 192) Ky legislature Act 1858 creating toll road
John Colyer house per Granade Colyer obit, was at old Sublimity road at pittman creek. 
 
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Sublimity Road (hwy 192) research:  Enclyclopedia Brittanica 1911 about First coal mined in Kentucky in Laurel or Pulaski county 1829
Sublimity Road (hwy 192) research: Enclyclopedia Brittanica 1911 about First coal mined in Kentucky in Laurel or Pulaski county 1829
 
 
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Sublimity Road history by Filson Club
Sublimity Road history by Filson Club
Ties together the KY Legislative Acts and identifies as Sublimity Road construction. John Colyer house, according to son Charles Granade Colyer obituary on this site, was located on Old Sublimity road at Pitman Creek.  
 
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Sublimity Springs History
Sublimity Springs History
Page 3 contains Pulaski County Historical Society write up on Sublimity Springs which culminated in road improvement that converted road known as The Salt Works Road to be known as Sublimity Road. Reference to the road is contained in Charles Granade Colyer obituary. Was the location at Pitman Creek of John Colyer house 
 
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T. E. Mills tribute from Mary Belle Colyer Mills
T. E. Mills tribute from Mary Belle Colyer Mills
 
 
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The Life and Travels of the Rev. William Landrum
The Life and Travels of the Rev. William Landrum
Book by circuit riding Methodist preacher who had the Somerset KY circuit 1830. Preached at Gragg's Chapel (predecessor to Soule's Chapel) Somerset KY. Large 10meg PDF.....do search of somerset, gragg's , collier, richardson. See page 52 for reference to Collier. Note William Sears land grant near Buck Creek: 815.) Patent #: 13437 Grantee: Sears, William
Grant Book & Pg: 26 432 Acreage: 100
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Buck Cr.
Survey Name: Sears, William Survey Date: 05/10/1848
Grant Date: 07/03/1849  
 
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Thomas Collier with Mason County Ky 3000 acres
Thomas Collier with Mason County Ky 3000 acres
land records concerning 3000 acre land grant in Mason County Ky granted to Thomas Collier, a Virginia resident, for his Revolutionary War service 
 
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Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield
Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield
Status: LocatedOne author's write up on Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield, our oldest know ancestor. 
 
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Thompson Lineage
Thompson Lineage
Author, William Baker Thompson 
 
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Thurston Genealogies
Thurston Genealogies
From Harvard libarary, shows Seth Curtis and his descendants including John Thurston Curtis. Reveals source of sibling names such as Carpenter, James, Harvey, Edmund etc. Shows occupation of John Thurston Curtis and brother in D.C. Edmund Bostwick Curtis. Shows that mother, Anna Fitts Curtis died 1876 and that by 1878 children had left McDonough NY for other locations. 
 
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Tiffany book on Chenango County NY in Revolution James Curtis
Tiffany book on Chenango County NY in Revolution James Curtis
Status: Located 
 

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