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|401||William Colyar John Colyer Virginia research|
Status: LocatedIt looks as if several researchers draw on the Calloway document and here (in pdf format) is researchers papers found in Basset Virginia historical library speaking of Collierís of Henry County VA which also show William going to TN and a brother to John Colyer who married Grizzilda Taylor.
|402||William Colyar lead mines|
Status: LocatedHere is another write up on the lead mines and history from the Washington County Historical Assoc. by John Nash
|403||William Colyar of Washington County TN estate settlement.|
|404||William Colyar related power attorney|
Status: LocatedAlexander Colyar Power of Attorney djvu format. You must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this .
|405||William Colyar related Power Attorney Alexander Colyar|
Status: LocatedI had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, (here in faster loading djvu format) shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.
|406||William Colyar Tennessee deeds|
Status: LocatedVarious deeds of William Colyar of Washington County TN provided by the most helpful Mrs. Dessie Simmons of Johnson City TN
|407||William Colyar's East Tennessee|
Status: LocatedHere is a book concerning the travails facing the pioneers of what was to become east Tennessee and the other regions. In particular, there are interesting sections on the Wautuga area and John Sevier that makes an interesting read. It is The Conquest of the Old Southwest: The Romantic Story of the Early Pioneers into Virginia, The Carolinas, Tennessee, and Kentucky 1740-1790, by Archibald Henderson
|408||William Colyar/Collier listed in Virginian's in American Revolution|
You must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this . This is book shows William Collier as soldier in 6th regimental line of Virginia for continental army. His captain , Garland, is later reported as living in 1806 in Henry County VA.
|409||William Colyar/Collier North Carolina Land Grants|
Status: LocatedExtract of book of North Carolina Land Grants in TN that lists grants to William Collier as early as 1783 and provides possible hints at connection to Mr. Gann who is said to have married a daughter of William Collier of 1724.
|410||William Henry Collier Obit|
|411||William Lewis / Mary Ballou bible record of deaths, many small children|
This is the page from the Lewis family bible showing deaths of many small children. William and Mary were cousins, which could have contributed to birth defects etc and deaths. This bible page was obtained from records of granddaughter Elaine Avera's records.
|412||William Lewis and Mary Ballou marriage certificate|
Marriage certificate obtained from Elaine Avera granddaughter's records
|413||William M. Colyer Death Cert|
Son of Bluford Kirtley Colyer. In Confederate Civil War 6th Ky Calvary with John Hunt Morgan
|414||William Vaughan death certificate|
shows son, O.B. Vaughan as informant, and father John Vaughan