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Payton Colyer 1915 Massachusetts marriage license
Payton Colyer 1915 Massachusetts marriage license
Shows father's name as Linsey "Robert" Colyer, not Randall 
 
502
Payton Colyer 1921 Cambridge Mass directory
Payton Colyer 1921 Cambridge Mass directory
 
 
503
Payton Colyer 1930 census
Payton Colyer 1930 census
in NY, NY mental hospital 
 
504
Payton Colyer marriage record
Payton Colyer marriage record
Plymouth Massechusets area 
 
505
Perry N. Colyer death
Perry N. Colyer death
in Louisville and works as traveling salesman for Louisville Drug co. 
 
506
Perry N. Colyer Obit
Perry N. Colyer Obit
Somerset Ky The Commonwealth 03/11/1936 
 
507
Peyton Colyer 1920 census Boston
Peyton Colyer 1920 census Boston
 
 
508
Piney Grove Baptist Church history, Somerset Ky
Piney Grove Baptist Church history, Somerset Ky
 
 
509
Possible Sublimity Road (hwy 192) history:  The First Century and a Quarter of American Coal Industry, 1942
Possible Sublimity Road (hwy 192) history: The First Century and a Quarter of American Coal Industry, 1942
Confirms that the 1835 Ky Legislative act was building road from Pulaski county courthouse to the coal mines located at mouth of Rockcastle and Laurel Rivers on the Cumberland River. However study of maps of 1845, 1861 seem to show that this 1835 Act was for what is currently Rush Branch Road. Before the lake in 1950, based on civil war 1861 map and 1845 map, it appears that Rush Branch Road (may have been known as Whitley Road) crossed Buck Creek and continued to the coal mine area (see 1845 map) then on to Whitley County area south toward current day Williamsburg and Corbin Ky. 
 
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Prominent Tennesseans--Albert Marks, Elizabeth Lashbrook, Ursula Colyar
Prominent Tennesseans--Albert Marks, Elizabeth Lashbrook, Ursula Colyar
write up on Albert Marks, governor of Tennessee and his history with confederate south army civil war with General Zollicoffer and battle of Mill Springs Somerset Ky (fishing creek) and pointing out his maternal grand-mother Colyar 
 
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Pulaski County Ky highway map in 1950
Pulaski County Ky highway map in 1950
Map shows detail of houses, churches, schools, postoffice etc, but only along roads....not much city streets. 
 
512
Ralph Curtis promoted Insurance moves to Connecticut
Ralph Curtis promoted Insurance moves to Connecticut
Somerset Ky newspaper The Commonwealth 03/19/1930 
 
513
Ray Colyer letter to Editor Louisville Courier Journal 1953
Ray Colyer letter to Editor Louisville Courier Journal 1953
tobacco 
 
514
Raymond Stigall and Dr. Owen newspaper
Raymond Stigall and Dr. Owen newspaper
July 27, 1922 Somerset Ky newspaper reprint 
 
515
Rebecca Colyer 1899 land deed
Rebecca Colyer 1899 land deed
Status: LocatedHere Rebecca Colyer in 1899 land to son Buford Kirtley Colyer land his homeplace built on near Haynes Spring on Buck Creek. 
 
516
Rebecca Colyer to Jugornot school
Rebecca Colyer to Jugornot school
Status: LocatedRebecca Colyer (Wife of Bluford) deed to Jugornot School.
 
 
517
Registered Jersey cows by Earl B. Curtis
Registered Jersey cows by Earl B. Curtis
1919 publication of the registered Jersey cow associaton showing various registered Jerseys to E.B Curtis in Somerset in 1918 prior to birth of first child, Jack. 
 
518
Richardson Family
Richardson Family
Status: LocatedGenealogy report prepared by Mr. Dean Hunter on related Richardson Family

 
 
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Rush Branch Road ? :Kentucky legislative Act creating in 1835.
Rush Branch Road ? :Kentucky legislative Act creating in 1835.
This seems to be first step of creating road from Pulaski County Courthouse to the coal mines at the mouth of the Rockcastle and Laurel Rivers on the Cumberland River. The 1942 book on this site about history of American Coal mining confirms. From study of 1845 map on this site as well as 1861 civil war map on this site, it appears that this was current Rush Branch road. Before the lake in 1950's, it appears current Rush Branch Road crossed Buck Creek and continued on to the coal mines on Cumberland River then continued on to Whitley County area where current day town of Williamsburg Ky is county seat. 
 
520
Ruth Brown paid paid $25 a year for keeping child of John Colyer
Ruth Brown paid paid $25 a year for keeping child of John Colyer
Status: LocatedWashington County Court of Pleas Quarter Sessions abstracts WP project—TN State Archives Library Nashville: the first page ref is to WP project extract, the (p-) reference is to original court

Ruth Brown paid paid $25 a yar for keeping child of John Colyer for 3 months p.288 ( p569) 
 
521
Ruth Kentucky Map modern day
Ruth Kentucky Map modern day
Shows John Colyer homeplace purchased 1842; Charles Granade Colyer homeplace civil war era; Beech Grove Schoool where Granade taught school in 1862; Clay Hill Baptist cemetery where Granade buried. 
 
522
Sadie McElwain 1930 Census
Sadie McElwain 1930 Census
Living in Bay City Michigan with step-Mother Winnie Lewis McElwain and son Edward 
 
523
Sam & Leone Colyer home property legal history on Monticello St
Sam & Leone Colyer home property legal history on Monticello St
Somerset KY Commonwealth Journal newspaper 9/19/2018 zoning notice change to business of home place deeds acquired by Stewart Development  
 
524
Sam Colyer 1914 Ft. Worth directory
Sam Colyer 1914 Ft. Worth directory
Shows Sam with Sears in laws on Ross Ave and store 2200 Clinton Ave. 
 
525
Sam Colyer Dairy at Oak Hill
Sam Colyer Dairy at Oak Hill
Newspaper article 2016 
 
526
Sam Colyer funeral bulletin
Sam Colyer funeral bulletin
 
 
527
Sam Colyer grocery store newspaper ad
Sam Colyer grocery store newspaper ad
Status: LocatedSam Colyer upon returning from Ft. Worth TX back to Somerset Ky, opened grocery business. This is newspaper ad from era during World War I 
 
528
Sam Colyer Obituary
Sam Colyer Obituary
Status: LocatedObituary for Sam Colyer in Somerset newspaper 1972 
 
529
Sam Colyer World War I draft registration
Sam Colyer World War I draft registration
 
 
530
Sam Colyer World War II draft registration
Sam Colyer World War II draft registration
 
 
531
Sam Colyer’s diary
Sam Colyer’s diary
Status: LocatedSam Colyer’s diary 1945-1949 transcript. I suppose this is the web-blog Sam never dreamed of. 
 
532
Samuel Black Colyer obituary
Samuel Black Colyer obituary
From Storey county Nevada, Virginia City Nevada 
 
533
Samuel Colyer's Bible
Samuel Colyer's Bible
Status: LocatedFamily page from Samuel Colyer's Bible ( Sam son of Charles Granade Colyer, who was son of John Colyer, who was son of William Colyar of Washington County TN)

 
 
534
Samuel Lance Colyer Obit
Samuel Lance Colyer Obit
Somerset Ky The Commonwealth 03/24/1926 
 
535
Samuel Lance Colyer, newspaper report of improvement
Samuel Lance Colyer, newspaper report of improvement
Somerset Ky The Commonwealth 03/17/1926 
 
536
Savannah Botkin Curtis (Mother Curtis) note
Savannah Botkin Curtis (Mother Curtis) note
Last wishes dated 5/17/1953 
 
537
Savannah Botkin Curtis Last Will codicil signed
Savannah Botkin Curtis Last Will codicil signed
 
 
538
Saw Mill operation near Waynesburg KY, believed to be Fred Purcival (FP) Curtis 1885
Saw Mill operation near Waynesburg KY, believed to be Fred Purcival (FP) Curtis 1885
Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky 
 
539
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 
 
540
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. 
 
541
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 
 
542
Short Creek, Pulaski County Ky
Short Creek, Pulaski County Ky
1971 Somerset Commonwealth Journal newspaper supplement on Short Creek. 
 
543
Sion Bradley estate 1861
Sion Bradley estate 1861
 
 
544
Sion Bradley marriage 1828
Sion Bradley marriage 1828
Shows wife maiden name Mary Head 
 
545
Sokolik photo Moholy Nagy Chicago tribute
Sokolik photo Moholy Nagy Chicago tribute
 
 
546
Somerset Banking Co failure, George Washington Wait
Somerset Banking Co failure, George Washington Wait
 
 
547
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.) 
 
548
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. 
 
549
Somerset Ky Commonwealth newspaper Arthur visits from El Paso
Somerset Ky Commonwealth newspaper Arthur visits from El Paso
May 3, 1933 
 
550
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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