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|201||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.
|202||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.
|203||Cemetery grave site of Charles G Colyer Jr. and wife Maria in Mt. Olivet Cemetery Ft Worth TX|
|204||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.
|205||Charles C. Colyer death|
|206||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
|207||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
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.
|208||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
|209||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
|210||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.
|211||Charles Colyer pension|
Status: LocatedVirgil White's Revolutionary War pension applications
|212||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.
|213||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)
|214||Charles G Colyer death certificate|
1956 Ft Worth Texas death certificate of Charles G Colyer
|215||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
|216||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.
|217||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.
|218||Charles Granade Colyer civil war|
Status: LocatedCivil War prisoner of war record of Charles Granade Colyer.
|219||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 .
|220||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.
|221||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
|222||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.
|223||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.
|224||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.
|225||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.
|226||Clarence Curtis SAR application 1925|
Sons of the American Revolution application Clarence E. Curtis likely prepared by mother Alice Curtis, who was Regent of Martha Washington Chapter of DAR in DC
|227||colliar deed land grant 1779 336 acres Henry County VA|
to John Colliar by Thomas Jefferson, possibly John Colyer born 1744 who signs oath of alligience in Henry County. This document referred to in work by Mrs. A. E Hart in 1925-1934
|228||Collier deed Henry County Virginia|
Status: LocatedYou must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this format in your browser.
This is thought to be possibly father of William Colyar
|229||Collier deed in Henry County Virginia pdf|
Status: Locatedthought to be possibly father of William Colyer or brother
Mentions John Colyer of 1707 and children including Mary not in his Will, as well as info on son Thomas Collier(Colyer)
|231||Colyer Mill property deed 1868 Alex Colyer to Moses Keeney|
deed to old mill on Pitman Creek at Ruth, Ky. Civil War maps of General Burnside show it as Colyer's Mill. It may have been first owned constructed as early as 1805 era by Charles Colyer, Alex Colyer's uncle.
|232||Colyer references in east TN--related to William Colyar|
Status: LocatedThe connection as the Callaway Family work makes of William Colyar of Washington County Tn to father John Collier of 1707 has not been supported by proof by me. I have various raw research on Collier in Virginia and list most recent work here. Sorting out all the Colyar, Colyer and Colliers (really same fold many times as names spelled both ways on same documents at times) in Washington County and the John Colyers in particular is difficult. Here is research on John Colyers referred to Callaway Family work and also possible related Colyers in Carter and Unicoi Counties TN that both once were Washington County Tn.
|233||Colyer vs. Hutchings lawsuit and Ky Court of Appeals: Andrew Jackson|
Here Andrew Jackson, the brother in law of Thomas Hutchings files suit against Charles Colyer to collect a $400 horse debt. Colyer claims he was ready to pay at date required and Hutchings was a no show, so not owed any more. Andrew Jackson appeals and wins suit to require Colyer to pay.
|234||Colyer's Mill deed 1890 Moses Keeney to Richmond S. (RS) Keeney|
Pitman Creek mill
|235||Colyer's Mill deed 1960 Clarence Hughes to Robert Hughes|
This with other deeds on this site showing title chain from Colyer to Keeney to Hughes family, who is current owner in 2016 of mill on Pitman Creek, Ruth Ky.
|236||Colyer's Mill deed from RS Keeney to AW Hughes 1906|
showing deed title chain from Alex Colyer all way to current Hughes family ownership. Mill on Pitman Creek in Ruth , Ky
|237||Colyer's mill on Pitman Creek deed 1891 Moses Keeney to RS Keeney|
This deed confirms by reference therein that the property is Colyer's Mill. This was shown on General Burnside's civil war map as Colyer's Mill.
|238||Confederate Veteran publication 1910 Daughter of Confederacy|
Write up on John Wesley Colyer, son of John Colyer of 1781. Says that John Colyer 1781 was of Revolutionary ancestry. That could only be his father, William Colyar since John Colyer 1781's mother would not have been in Revolution and her father was dead before Revolution.
|239||Curtis discussion Genealogical_and_family_history_western NY|
Discussion of Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield and his son and grandson named Joseph
|240||Curtis Geneologies from Mrs. Helen Hunt Read Tuttle 1941|
Status: LocatedYou must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this Geneologies from Mrs. Helen Hunt Read Tuttle in paper prepared for reading to DAR chapter in Norwich NY in 1941. According to Mrs. Troicke in 2002 the McDonough town historian, Mrs. Tuttle lived in large white house still standing today on corner in McDonough as was long time resident of McDonough. The extract here of materials on the Curtis Family in McDonough has several geneologies. They appear to be duplicates and may be some sources Mrs. Tuttle used in compiling her final geneology of Curtis family presented to DAR in 1941. These include geneology prepared by Mr. Harlow Curtis of Manilus NY in about 1931. These papers were obtained 2002 from Norwich NY library.
|241||Cyrenius W. Colyer Mexican War 1847|
List of Pulaski County Kentucky soldiers in Mexican War 1847
|242||DAR application using James Curtis|
|243||DAR presentation found in Norwich NY library on Curtis Family of McDonough NY|
|244||David Alexander Colyer estate documents|
David Alexander Colyer estate admin documents showing family members
|245||Death certificate of Ida Florence Vaughan Payne|
sister to Otha B Vaughan
|246||Deed 1809 of a James Curtis|
Status: Located in neighboring community to McDonough NY...not sure if this is THE James Curtis
|247||Deed 1880 John T. Curtis to son Fred Percival Curtis|
100 acres of the 300 purchased by John T. Curtis via foreclosure
|248||Deed Alex Colyer to Ned Modrell 1857|
Alex Colyer transfers 275 Acres to Ned Modrell (a man of color) which later research reveals was a slave of Robert Modrell whose freedom was purchased for $600 in 1847. One parcel in this deed was obtained by land grant jointly between Ned Modrel and Alex Colyer a couple months before Ned Modrel's emancipation is recorded in 1847.
|249||deed of land Agnus Sinclair 1794|
Status: LocatedThanks to Mrs. Alice Collier Gala of Louisville Kentucky for forwarding this copy of a transfer deed of land found in Washington County VA Abingdon VA where Agnus Sinclair and William Colyar (husband) whereby they sell land in Sinclair bottoms Virginia Nancy Ann Agnus Colyar inherited from her father Charles Sinclair. Deed shows name as "Sinclair" although other spelling found of her name was St. Clair as evidenced by their son and grandson named Arthur St. Clair Colyar.
|250||deed Seth Curtis in 1858 |
Status: LocatedThis is deed from Norwich NY Chenango County courthouse where Seth Curtis in 1858 sells 210 acres being ½ (one-half) of his farm in McDonough NY to his daughter in law Julia Ackley Curtis (wife of John Thurston Curtis) for $1,785 .