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Arthur St. Clair Colyar (A.S. Colyar) letterhead as Vice President of Tennessee Sons of The American Revolution
Arthur St. Clair Colyar (A.S. Colyar) letterhead as Vice President of Tennessee Sons of The American Revolution
Shows that A.S. Colyar , late in life was vice president of the Tennessee Sons of The American Revolution (what later became the Andrew Jackson chapter)  
 
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Arthur St. Clair Colyar Article
Arthur St. Clair Colyar Article
Status: LocatedArticle from Franklin County Library on Arthur St. Clair Colyar 
 
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Arthur St. Clair Colyar before U.S. Supreme Court
Arthur St. Clair Colyar before U.S. Supreme Court
Virginia vs. Tennessee border line dispute. Court decided the 1803 demarcation as argued by Colyar team was proper boundry. 
 
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Arthur St. Clair Colyar lynching article
Arthur St. Clair Colyar lynching article
Status: LocatedArticle on sad state of Lynchings in South from New York 1892 mentions Arthur St. Clair Colyar 
 
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Arthur St. Clair Colyar Obitituary
Arthur St. Clair Colyar Obitituary
Status: LocatedArthur St. Clair Colyar--this includes the front page article in the Nashville Tennessean the day A.S. Colyar died. In addition, there is an article in the proceeding of the Tennessee Bar Association detailing the life of A.S. Colyar. The Tennessean article give hint of William Colyar being in the battle of King's Mountain during the Revolutionary War. There is note attached to the article at the point of reference that once double clicked in the Acrobat Reader will open up. 
 
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Arthur St. Clair Colyar Sons of The American Revolution
Arthur St. Clair Colyar Sons of The American Revolution
Status: LocatedAlso, in 2006 I discovered that Arthur St. Clair Colyar applied and became a member of the Sons of The American Revolution (SAR) in 1900 at age 82. The application was based on his grandfather on his mother’s side----George Sherrell. Here is a copy of the application in pdf format obtained from the Sons of American Revolution. If Arthur St. Clair Colyar could have proved his grandfather William Colyar having served in the Revolution, it sure seems he would have applied based on his Colyar name rather than his mother’s family name. Perhaps he knew of family tradition of William Colyar having served in the battle of King’s Mountain like his grandfather Sherrell, but could not prove it via pension records since William Colyar died (in 1819) as did perhaps his wife Nancy Ann, prior to the granting of pensions for this service so it was never documented. Beginning in 1818 federal pensions were granted for service only, and soldiers who served in the militia were eligible beginning in 1832. Papers relating to pension applications prior to 1818 were destroyed but many exist for later years. It should also be noted that A.S. Colyar applied to the at an old age of 82 and the application apparently was approved quickly as approval and application date is notated as May 17, 1900. If this was a rush approval, it may be that he was using the most expedient easily documentable method available.
 
 
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Article on Frank Sokolik, mentions wife Lera Colyer
Article on Frank Sokolik, mentions wife Lera Colyer
 
 
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Augusta County VA descendants, Ky Historical Society 1918
Augusta County VA descendants, Ky Historical Society 1918
Supplemental book from orginal sources listing notable persons descended from Augusta County VA roots, shows Arthur St. Clair Colyar, who as nephew of John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky. It is believed John Colyer's father William originated from Henry County VA, which was once part of Augusta County VA. 
 
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Beulah Mae Colyer Hunt death certificate
Beulah Mae Colyer Hunt death certificate
Shows father's name as Lindsey "Robert" Colyer. Same as his uncle Lindsey Robert Colyer who was born 1821.  
 
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Billboard 1965 review of sound recording Hoss He's The Boss
Billboard 1965 review of sound recording Hoss He's The Boss
Billboard review 
 
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Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait
Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait
Status: LocatedThis indicates that the John Colyer family while living in the Jugornot area of Pulaski County had family friend named Cyrenius Wait that may be reason a child named after him.) Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait 1853. 
 
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Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait
Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait
Status: LocatedThis indicates that the John Colyer family while living in the Jugornot area of Pulaski County had family friend named Cyrenius Wait that may be reason a child named after him.) Bluford and Rebecca Colyer mortgage to Cyrenius Wait 1853. 
 
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Bluford and Rebecca Colyer to John S. Edwards
Bluford and Rebecca Colyer to John S. Edwards
Status: LocatedDeed of 1856 Bluford and Rebecca Colyer to John S. Edwards of land on Buck Creek 
 
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Bluford Colyer - John Colyer deed
Bluford Colyer - John Colyer deed
Status: LocatedJohn Colyer sold about 200 acres on the Cumberland River (thought to be near Buck Creek ) that had been patented to him 1809-1831 to his son Bluford Colyer.  
 
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Bluford Colyer --Cyrenius Wait deed
Bluford Colyer --Cyrenius Wait deed
Status: Located(There is a deed to land in the Jugornot area of Pulaski County concerning Bluford Colyer—son of John Colyer---that references a Cyrenius Wait as a man that apparently helped Bluford Colyer concerning Bluford’s land seized by the court. The Wait-Bluford Colyer deed references land near Beaver Creek. 
 
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Bluford Colyer 1810 Pulaski County Prop tax records
Bluford Colyer 1810 Pulaski County Prop tax records
Shows that eldest son of John Colyer(born 1781) was named BLUFORD, not BUFORD. Bluford had a son named Bluford Kirtley Colyer.....Ms. Bray in area in 2005 also knew of "Blufie" Colyer. 
 
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Bluford Colyer inherited interest in John Colyer homeplace deed to Andrew Warren
Bluford Colyer inherited interest in John Colyer homeplace deed to Andrew Warren
The children of John Colyer sold their interest in home place in Ruth Ky to Andrew Warren in 1865-1866. Evidently, the eldest son's inherited part had been foreclosed upon and the purchaser at auction here transfers to Andrew Warren purchaser in 1866. 
 
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Bluford Colyer's wife Rebecca land deed
Bluford Colyer's wife Rebecca land deed
Status: LocatedRebecca Colyer, wife of Bluford, gets land via courthouse auction of her husband Bluford (he got from father John Colyer on Cumberland River) seized and sold in 1858 as a result of judgement against husband Bluford in 1853.  
 
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Bradshaw,  Mrs. Isiah Charles obit
Bradshaw, Mrs. Isiah Charles obit
 
 
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Bristol VA Herald Courier Newspaper article 1980
Bristol VA Herald Courier Newspaper article 1980
Another account of Charles Sinclair journey with Peter Salling to New Orleans and prisoner of the French 1742. 
 
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Bryan Lewis 1920 Census
Bryan Lewis 1920 Census
Bryan is living with his oldest sister Winnie in Bay City Michigan, along with step niece Sadie McElwain, who he fathers a child with in 1922. 
 
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Bryan Lewis 1930 census in Danville KY
Bryan Lewis 1930 census in Danville KY
 
 
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Bryan Lewis 1956 Danville Ky directory
Bryan Lewis 1956 Danville Ky directory
Bryan and wife Mary whom he married in 1920 living in same house as 1930 census and he still working for railroad 
 
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Bryan Lewis marriage 1920 in Michigan
Bryan Lewis marriage 1920 in Michigan
 
 
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Callaway Family.pdf 1925 by Mrs. A.E. Hart
Callaway Family.pdf 1925 by Mrs. A.E. Hart
Status: LocatedThe Callaway Family.pdf by Mrs. A.E. Hart. This document is from microfilm in LDS library of research done about 1925. In this excerpt of this work, is information on Colyer family in Virginia. In particular references and information on William Colyar of Washington County Tennessee. 
 
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Calloway family work by Mrs. A.E. Hart updated 1934
Calloway family work by Mrs. A.E. Hart updated 1934
Status: LocatedHere is an updated version of the Calloway family work by Mrs. A.E. Hart concerning the Colyer family that was done in 1934 and much more information. In particular more references and information on William Colyar of Washington County Tennessee. This work claims that William Colyar took the oath of allegiance with his brothers John, Thomas and Charles in Henry County VA in 1777. 
 
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Cemetery grave site of Charles G Colyer Jr. and wife Maria in Mt. Olivet Cemetery Ft Worth TX
Cemetery grave site of Charles G Colyer Jr. and wife Maria in Mt. Olivet Cemetery Ft Worth TX
Status: Located 
 
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Cemetery Map of Union Cemetery
Cemetery Map of Union Cemetery
Status: LocatedCemetery Map of Union Cemetery showing Curtis' provided by Mrs. Troike, McDonough town historian June 2002, and whose husband is the Union Cemetery caretaker. 
 
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Charles C. Colyer death
Charles C. Colyer death
 
 
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Charles Colyar/Collier reference in : Greasy Cove of Unicoi County: Authentic Folklore, by Pat Alderman
Charles Colyar/Collier reference in : Greasy Cove of Unicoi County: Authentic Folklore, by Pat Alderman
Makes reference to the Andre Michaux french botonist visit in 1796 and then in the 1799 survey line setting off State of Tennessee a Collier from same Limestone Cove as hired as pilot. Later fired. Consistent with history of Charles' nephew, Alexander Colyar, working as a river boat pilot in history of Arthur St. Clair Colyar 
 
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Charles Colyer handwritten revolutionary war pension applicaton
Charles Colyer handwritten revolutionary war pension applicaton
Note that Charles had no proof of service like muster rolls, since his service was back-woods protection against indians. Likely just like William Colyar who also signed oath of allegience with Charles in Henry County Virginia. Pension app says he served under Captain James Shelton.
During the Revolutionary War most of the Pittsylvania Sheltons were in active official or military service, against Indians, Tories and the British. James Shelton and Eliphas Shelton were militia Captains in Henry County. 2
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NOTES:
1 - Original petition in Va. State Library.

1 - Henings Statutes Vol. 7, p. 201.

2 - James, Va. Mag. 9-417; 11-90; 14-81; Eliphaz, Va. Mag. 9-263.
 
 
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Charles Colyer Jr Rockcastle County Ky page from book on Millstones
Charles Colyer Jr Rockcastle County Ky page from book on Millstones
A page from a book about millstones that talks about Charles Colyer Jr. living around Mt. Vernon Ky, Rockcastle county 
 
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Charles Colyer Jr. Sheriff Rockcastle County Ky 1845
Charles Colyer Jr. Sheriff Rockcastle County Ky 1845
State of Kentucky legislative report showing Charles Colyer (believed to be Jr.) was sheriff of Rockcastle county Ky in 1845 
 
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Charles Colyer mention in Andre Michaux’s Travels in the Tennessee Country
Charles Colyer mention in Andre Michaux’s Travels in the Tennessee Country
Status: LocatedAndrew Michaux’s Travels in the Tennessee Country contain reference to him in March 1796 arriving at Charles Collier’s 10 miles from Jonesborough. A footnote to this comment states that this Charles Collier was of the family from which descended Col. Arthur St. Clair Colyar.

 
 
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Charles Colyer pension
Charles Colyer pension
Status: LocatedVirgil White's Revolutionary War pension applications 
 
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Charles Colyer, Jr. newspaper article from grandson
Charles Colyer, Jr. newspaper article from grandson
Mount Vernon Signal newspaper 09/15/1911 letter from grandson about Charles Colyer. Shows that Charles Colyer Sr. along with all his brothers, including William Colyar, were participants in the Revolutionary War. 
 
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Charles Curtis 1865 Newspaper listing Civil War casualties
Charles Curtis 1865 Newspaper listing Civil War casualties
Status: Located1865 Newspaper listing Civil War casualties showing Charles Curtis (son of Seth Curtis) as having died. (Thanks to Donald Hull Jr. of Cincinnatus, NY for this document)

 
 
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Charles G Colyer death certificate
Charles G Colyer death certificate
1956 Ft Worth Texas death certificate of Charles G Colyer 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 LARGE
Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 LARGE
Status: LocatedObituary for Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 in Democratic Somerset Ky newspaper. Here is an enlarged JPG format of just the Obit 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 Obituary
Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 Obituary
Status: LocatedObituary for Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 in Republican Somerset Ky newspaper. This is entire newspaper to show context and obituary is on page 2. You can use the magnification tool in your adobe acrobat pdf viewer to enlarge it to readable form. he Republican newspaper obit was written by "W.B.H" My guess is that this was James William "Bucky" Hargis, who was born 1836 and a documented Union soldier in the civil war. He and his family must have lived in Allen Farm as renters when a child. Later we find he and his wife on 1910 census in Jugornot area of eastern Pulaski County. All his family is buried at White Lily cemetery a couple miles past the old John Colyer Farm and Clay Hill cemetery where Granade is buried. In regards to the Allen farm mentioned herein: phone interview with area resident 08/18/16 Lyman Alexander, whose grandfather was George Allen, said that the Allen farm was on both sides of current hwy 192 and went from the old Beech Grove Schoolhouse to Pitman Creek where Clay Hill Church is currently located. He stated his grandfather's house was on same side of hwy 192 as beech grove school off current Mayfield Hollow Rd and there was a barn on the opposite side of current hwy 192. 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer by Dean Hunter
Charles Granade Colyer by Dean Hunter
Status: LocatedGenealogical write up of Dean Hunter who did much research into this Colyer line. I obtained this write up concerning Charles Granade Colyer (which gives obit. of his father John Colyer) from copy in the Pulaski County Historical society in basement of Pulaski County library on Main Street Somerset Ky. 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer civil war
Charles Granade Colyer civil war
Status: LocatedCivil War prisoner of war record of Charles Granade Colyer. 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer diary extract photo
Charles Granade Colyer diary extract photo
Status: Located1860-1862 diary, personal ledger and school teacher student roll / ledger of Charles Granade Colyer. You must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this . 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer Obit Large Republican paper
Charles Granade Colyer Obit Large Republican paper
Status: Locatedhere is an enlarged JPG format of just the Obit. The Republican newspaper obit was written by "W.B.H" My guess is that this was James William "Bucky" Hargis, who was born 1836 and a documented Union soldier in the civil war. He and his family must have lived in Allen Farm as renters when a child. Later we find he and his wife on 1910 census in Jugornot area of eastern Pulaski County. All his family is buried at White Lily cemetery a couple miles past the old John Colyer Farm and Clay Hill cemetery where Granade is buried. 
 
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Charles Granade Colyer Obituary Democratic Somerset Ky newspaper.
Charles Granade Colyer Obituary Democratic Somerset Ky newspaper.
Status: LocatedObituary of Charles Granade Colyer April 15, 1910 appearing in the Democratic Somerset Ky newspaper. Again, this is full newspaper that day. The obituary is on page 1. Again, you can use the magnification tool in your pdf reader to enlarge 
 
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Charles Hollis Jones modern furniture designer 2017 Lancaster Museum of Art & History display book on work
Charles Hollis Jones modern furniture designer 2017 Lancaster Museum of Art & History display book on work
 
 
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Charles Sinclair family research by Jean Grigsby in her newsletter 1991 pgs 29-30
Charles Sinclair family research by Jean Grigsby in her newsletter 1991 pgs 29-30
Shows Jean Grigsby's research and Alexander Sinclair power attorney in Wayne County KY re his mother Nancy Sinclair. Thanks to Ms. Lynne Sinclair for providing this. 
 
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Charles St. Clair , father to William Colyar wife
Charles St. Clair , father to William Colyar wife
Status: LocatedInformation from book "History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870" by Lewis Preston Summers (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966): talking about Charles Sinclair, the father of Agnus Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar who was married to William Colyar. Note reference to the Col. Christian campaign in this document and also the Scottish Virginia settlements document below mentioning a William Collier. Charles St. Clair (Sinclair) reportedly was part of a major exploration of the Mississippi along with a man named Johan Peter Saling---a neighbor. These men were gone on a three year trip starting in about 1742, captured by the French near New Orleans. 
 
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Charles St. Clair expedition
Charles St. Clair expedition
Status: LocatedCharles St. Clair (Sinclair) reportedly was part of a major exploration of the Mississippi along with a man named Johan Peter Saling---a neighbor. These men were gone on a three year trip starting in about 1742, captured by the French near New Orleans. Mr. Dan Kegley, editor of the Wythe County News in Virginia has put together research on the expedition and it makes very interesting read.
 
 
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Civil War times militia enrollment journals
Civil War times militia enrollment journals
Status: LocatedYou must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this . I found the orgininal Civil War times militia enrollment journals in McDonough in June 2002 held by town historian. Here are copies that show John Thurston Curtis.  
 

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