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201 The Public Ledger (Maysville , KY) Friday 10/21/1904:
WITHOUT OPPOSITION
Mrs Kate Zoller Will be County Superintendent of Schools:
Prof. C.E. Colyer, County Superintendent of Common Schools of Robertson, and candidate for renomination, has withdrawn from the contest and announced as a candidate for County Attorney, leaving a clear field to Mrs. Kate Zoller, wife of Editor Zoller of The Tribune-Democrat, who will be nominated without opposition a the forthcoming Democratic primary election in November.
Mrs. Zoller formerly held the office, and was one the best Superintendents the county ever had. 
Cyrenius E. Colyer
 
202 David left Kentucky in 1905 in a covered wagon with wife and 3 children, moved to Indiana for 2 years. Then to Illinois for 1 year. Moved to Tillman Co., Ok. in 1908. Lived near Mattoon, Ill. farming until moving to Ok. Lived in Davidson, Ok. David Bruce Colyer
 
203 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Donald Ray Colyer
 
204 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Donna F. Colyer
 
205
Washington Cty TN deeds BOOK 18 PG 179 (notes of Plano TX researcher given to Janis Ragar) show 12/8/1827 transfer of land held by Alexander Colyer land that was adjacent to that of John Calvert and wife Dorcas. 
Dorcas (Colyar, Collyar) Colyer
 
206 Debbie Meece Sears 03/03/2015: I just talked to Peanut's daughter. There was 3 other girls.Edith who lived in Cinn. and later moved to Florida, Ardie who always lived in Cinn. and Addie who also lived in Cinn. She said her uncle "cracker Jack" learned to be a chef while in the Navy and was the chef at the Shriners restaurant in Cinn. Edith Colyer
 
207 Dot Curtis recalled that Edith was the most beautiful woman she had ever known. She recalled seeing Edith leave the house on South Central and what beautiful legs she had and how gracefully she carried herself. At the same time, she recalled that Edith was so un-pretentious in spite of her beauty, that made all the more appealing.

Max Lay, an nephew by marriage to Edith's sister's daughter, Edith Bradley Chestnut, recalled that his view was that the two most beautiful women to ever come from Somerset were Edith Colyer Curtis and Edith Bradley Chestnut.
 
Edith Colyer
 
208 Buried Cave Hill Cemetery 1974, Louisville, KY; SECTION 33, LOT 214, PART , RANGE , GRAVE -A Edith Aline Colyer
 
209 2. James Eastham, born Abt. 1818 in Va; died Aft. 1879 in Pulaski Co ky. He was the son of 4. John Foster Eastham, Sr and 5. Mary Polly Denham. He married 3. Elizabeth Colyer October 02, 1829 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky.
3. Elizabeth Colyer, born November 15, 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died March 1898 in probably Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of 6. John Westly Colyer and 7. Lydia Memes Purvis.

More About James Eastham:
Burial: Somerset City Cem
Occupation: 1870, Lawyer

More About Elizabeth Colyer:
Date born 2: November 15, 1822, Ky
Died 2: March 1898, Pulaski Co ky
Burial: Somerset City Cem

More About James Eastham and Elizabeth Colyer:
Marriage: October 02, 1829, Pulaski Co. Kentucky
Marriage contract: Bk 1 pge 46
Witnesses: Samuel Black & John Colyer Jr.

Children of James Eastham and Elizabeth Colyer are:
1 i. Mary Ann Eastham, born September 18, 1824 in Pulaski Co Ky; died February 28, 1897 in Pulaski Co Ky; married John B Jahue Burton 1842 in Ky.
ii. Robert Leo Eastham, born Abt. 1842 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; died 1954 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky; married Arizona A. Botkins January 26, 1893 in Pulaski Co Ky; born 1866; died Aft. 1893.
 
Elizabeth Colyer
 
210 According to handwritten letter from Louisa Jane Colyer, mother to Ellen, in 1913 to examiner of her confederate pension State of Kentucky on site, Ellen lived at 2122 North Houston Street, Ft. Worth TX Ellen Nevada Colyer
 
211 Ellen went to Lawrenceburg College near Corbin, Ky. and taught school for several years before she was married and she boarded with the grandparents of John Sherman Cooper, who was later the U.S. Senator from Kentucky. She taught grades 1-5 for ayear after the was married. She taught in the school district where C. W. Sears lived. Bert and Ellen had three children, Ollie B., Raymond and Naomi Elizabeth.
Ellen and her husband and their daughter Ollie moved to Texas and worked in the store for Sam Colyer in Ft. Worth. After a year or two Bert Sears bought a half interest in the store. In 1915 Sam Colyer's mother Louisa Jane Colyer wanted him to return to Ky.
Ellen was very active in her church. She was in the choir and made the communion breat that was used in services for many years.
She was an excellent cook and made homemade bread, biscuits, fruitcakes, pies and preserved or canned many things such as chow-chow, relish, pickled peaches, and jellies. Her home was warm and friendly and a gathering place for their children, grandchildren and friends. They were good parents, neighbors and friends to have. Both Ellen and Bert are buried at Garden of Memories Cemetery, Ft. Worth, Tx. 
Ellen Nevada Colyer
 
212 Name: Emma L Colyer
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1930
Event Place: Mount Olivet, Robertson, Kentucky, United States
District: 0003
Gender: Female
Age: 19
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Daughter
Birth Year (Estimated): 1911
Birthplace: Kentucky
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Kentucky
Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky
Sheet Number and Letter: 1A
Household ID: 1
Line Number: 4
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: T626
Affiliate Film Number: 773
GS Film number: 2340508
Digital Folder Number: 004584857
Image Number: 00689


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
C E Colyer Head M 64 Kentucky
Florence H Colyer Wife F 55 Kentucky
Leota Colyer Daughter F 22 Kentucky
Emma L Colyer Daughter F 19 Kentucky
Ione Colyer Daughter F 14 Kentucky



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMFN-GW4 : accessed 25 March 2015), Emma L Colyer in household of C E Colyer, Mount Olivet, Robertson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0003, sheet 1A, family 1, line 4, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 773; FHL microfilm 2,340,508. 
Emma Lou Colyer
 
213 Eugene Colyer
Eugene Colyer, 77, of Somerset, Ky., passed away Sunday, June 7, 2015.
He was born in the Alcalde community of Som- erset, Ky., on March 22, 1938, son
of the late Neal and Rosie Mounce Colyer. He previously lived in Dayton, Ohio and was a construction worker. He took much pride in doing a job the right way. He was a member of Langdon Street Baptist Church. He came to know Christ and loved gospel music, his friends andfamily.
He is survived by two sons, David Neil Colyer (and Debo- rah) and Alvin Ray Colyer; one
sister, Lois Erisman (and Mike); three brothers, Harold Colyer (and Joanne), Lyman Colyer, all of Somerset, and Richard Colyer of Dayton, Ohio; eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, two sons, Dawayne Colyer and Calvin Colyer; three brothers, James, William and Clyde Colyer; and five sisters, Nora Ping, Hazel McCreary, Roberta Waddle, Imogene Denniston and Zada Colyer.
A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thurs- day, June 11, 2015 at Morris & Hislope Funeral Home with Bro. Raymond Ridner and Bro. James Floyd officiating.
Burial will be in Clay Hill Cemetery.

 
Eugene (Gene) Colyer
 
214 When Evelyn and Charlie married, she was sixteen and he was twenty-three. They met at church in Covington. They got married in Evelyn's home on Elm Street in Ludlow. He was a fireman on the Southern Railroad and later became an engineer. On his days off he and Evelyn usually went fishing. Evelyn was a good cook and they ate the fish they caught. He also hunted rabbits, etc. Evelyn Joy Colyer
 
215 TIMES MAIL
Bedford, Lawrence Co., IN.
July 14, 1997

Fronia Mary Jones

Oct. 10, 1909-July 12, 1997

SPRINGVILLE -- Fronia Mary Jones, 87, Springville, died at 9:10 p.m.
Saturday at Bloomington Hospital.

Born in Tateville, Ky., she was the daughter of Sam and Delia (Lewis)
Colyer. She married Charles C. Jones on June 29, 1926, and he preceded her
in death.

She was retired from Indiana University, Bloomington, and was a member of
the Pentecostal Mission of Springville.

Surviving are three sons: Ralph Jones of Tennessee, Doyle Jones of
Springville and Charles Hollis Jones of Los Angeles, Calif.; four
daughters: Bonnie Ramsey of Springville, June Chavis of Harrodsburg, Janet
Tyree of Bloomfield and Diane Cooper of Mitchell; two sisters: Eva Sasser
of Bedford and Edith Strunk of Kentucky; 16 grandchildren, 32
great-grandchildren, 12 great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and
nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Maxine Jones; two
sons: Clifford and Darrell Jones; five brothers, three sisters and three
grandchildren.

Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Day & Carter Mortuary, Bedford, with
the Rev. Wendell Phillips officiating. Burial will follow in Hilltop
Cemetery, Avoca.

Friends may call from 2-9 p.m. today at the funeral home. 
Fronia Mary Colyer
 
216 findagrave.com:

hese are the burials added to the Colyer Family Cemetery in Bronston by D&L. The above are their postings except Colyer, George Glenn. The Pulaski County Cemetery Records, Volume 1. published by the Pulaski Co. Historical Society gives the location as: "N Hwy 27 - 70". Hwy 70 crosses Hwy 27 at Eubank, KY. Going east on Hwy 70 from Eubank you come to the Brown-Colyer Road on the left before reaching Hwy 39. I believe the Colyer Family Cemetery is or has been near the Brown-Colyer Road. I plan to search for the cemetery in this area in the near future and will post further information if I confirm the cemetery is not in the Bronston community.

E.B. Colyer is considered to be Elizabeth Barron that married William H. Colyer on 27 April 1853 at the residence of Evan E. Barron. Evan was the father of Elizabeth. Her mother was Jemima Hicks. Evan and Jemima married in Pulaski Co. KY 16 June 1834. Consent was by her father Barley Hicks.

Consent for the marriage of Elizabeth and William H. was by Humphrey Colyer and witnesses were James Barron and Elizabeth Colyer. Humphrey and Marcy Colyer were the parents of William H. Colyer

William H. and Elizabeth Barron Colyer are the parents of Jemima Frances Colyer Mercer.

Siblings of Elizabeth on the 1850 census were: James, Susan, William, Abigal, Sarah and Martha. 
George Glenn Colyer
 
217 George Glenn Colyer
Birth: Oct. 23, 1939
Bronston
Pulaski County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Sep. 23, 2005
Bronston
Pulaski County
Kentucky, USA

Little Butch, 65, died at his residence. He was born son of the late Clara Colyer and Grace Gleason Colyer. He was an avid farmer and served as a Pulaski County Health Inspector for 14 years. He is survived by his wife; Norma New Colyer, whom he married on September 21st, 1963: two sons; Glenn Irvin Colyer, Bronston, Kentucky and Curtis (and Sherry) Colyer, Somerset, Kentucky: one daughter; Marsha Colyer, Bronston, Kentucky: three brothers; David Colyer, Monticello, Kentucky, Jerome Coyler, Bronston, Kentucky and Harold Colyer, Monticello, Kentucky: two sisters; Brenda Murphy, Somerset, Kentucky and Nelda Murphy, Monticello, Kentucky: 5 grandchildren; Josh Colyer, Jeremy Colyer, Reno Phillips-Colyer, Scotty (Nicole) Hogan and Lisa Lewis: several nieces and nephews: special friend; Wayne Redmon, Bronston, Kentucky. He was preceded in death by his parents: one son; Billy Wayne Colyer: 2 brothers; Boyd and Bill Colyer. 
George Glenn Colyer
 
218 Killed in the mexican war per Tennessean Newspaper 12/13/1907

From Goodspeeds history of Franklin County, TN

"George T. Colyar’s Company E. of the Third Regiment,Tennessec Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Col. B. F. Cheathrun. This company, consisting of 115 men, rank and file, left Winchester in September, 1847. and was mustered into the United States service near Nashville ahout October 10, 1847, and left
for Mexico in the same month. Capt. Colyar died January 8, 1848, in the city of Mexico.
His remains were sent to his’home in Winchester."

His brother Arthur St. Clair was sent to obtain his remains from south.

George Thompson Colyar was given power of attorney by his father, Alexander Colyar, in 1839 in Somerset , Pulaski county Kentucky (see actual document in pdf section of website) to get any inheritance due Alexander from his parents' estate. 
George Thompson Colyer
 
219 Harold Colyer
Harold Ray Colyer, 77, of Bronston, Ky., passed away on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospi- tal.
He was born on January 2, 1938, in Pulaski County Ky., to the late Clara and Grace Glea- son Colyer.
Harold was of the Baptist
faith. He was a Veteran of the
United States Army and en-
joyed farming, small engine repair and spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchil- dren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Clara and Grace Colyer; his companion, Emma Troxtel Stigall; three brothers, Billy Colyer, Boyd Colyer and Glen Colyer and one great-grandson, Jace Morrow.
He is survived by four sons, Jeff (and Rita) Colyer of Somerset, Ky.; Billy (and Susan) Stigall of Somerset, Ky.; Scotty (and Lisa) Stigall of Burnside, Ky., and Michael (and Kim) Stigall of Bronston, Ky.; three daughters, Tammy Denney of Bronston, Ky., Lisa (and Ronnie) Reynolds of Bronston, Ky., and Donna Morrow of Tenn.; two brothers, David Colyer of Monticello, Ky., and Jerome Colyer of Bronston, Ky.; two sisters, Nelda Murphy of Monticello, Ky., and Brenda Murphy of Somerset, Ky. He is also survived by fourteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 14, 2015, after 6 p.m. in the Chapel of Southern Oaks Funeral Home.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday, May 15, 2015, at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of Southern Oaks Funeral Home with Bro. Perry Dobbs officiating.
Burial will follow in the Liberty Cemetery with the grandsons serving as Pallbearers.
Full Military Honors will be provided by the American Legion Post #38 Honor Guard.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that dona- tions be made to the Harold Colyer Memorial Fund.
Southern Oaks Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
 
Harold Colyer
 
220 Harold works as contractor and spend two years working on restoration of the Brown-Lanier House on Mills Springs battlefield historic site near Monticello Ky. Harold Colyer
 
221 Per phone interview 9/6/2013, Harold left Somerset area as youngster and moved to Dayton Ohio and worked until retirement in about 1976. He moved back to Somerset after retirement working in construction business as builder/contractor. Harold said he built the cinder-block Hwy 192 Market in the late 1970's for Bob Ridner, whose mother was postmaster at Ruth Ky on Old Ruth Rd store.

Harold said he also built the brick house next to the store currently owned by Gary Ridner.

Harold said he remembers the original Ruth store that stood about 200 feet away from Pitman creek on the opposide side of the road from where other Ruth stores and 192 Mkt stands.

Harold remembers his Uncld Ad Colyer running the old Ruth Store. He also remembers his Uncle Charlie Colyer who had house on bluff overlooking Pitman Creek about opposite Clay Hill Church.

Harold remembers the old Hwy 192 bridge as a one-lane wood on top of steel structure. He said he had a mule whose leg fell through the wood bridge and broke it's leg.

He remembers "Mosey Warren" living in house at Pitman creek and hwy 192 who always owned a bulldog.

Harold said he had a Uncle Wesley Colyer who was a pastor at Clay Hill Baptist Church.

When interviewing Harold Colyer, he said he never knew his grandfather, Lin, as he had passed away before Harold was born. He did not know his grandfathers full name, only "Lin". Harold did not know if his father had a middle name. 
Harold Andrew Colyer
 
222 Somerset Ky newspaper The Commonwealth Journal 5/13/2017 reprint of March 2, 1960:

Harold Colyer has bought the farm of Mr. and Mrs. George Hail at Strawberry. 
Harold Andrew Colyer
 
223 Don White, newspaper columnist somerset, via Pulaski County Facebook group:

corner of E.Mt Vernon St. and Carroll Street

"Fred Bullock's store." I think it was after Lee Anderson sold it that a Mr. Johnson had it for a while. Lee had a cute-as-a button daughter named Lana and they lived in the house that still stands just west of the store. The Johnsons lived in a two-story white frame home on Carroll Street, maybe two doors off East 80 on the right. They had a really pretty blonde daughter named Patricia.Always wondered what became of her. You might notice that pre-teen me paid more attention to the store keeper's daughters than to anything else about the business. I do recall it being a Pure Oil station with two old-fashioned tall pumps. Directly across the street was Colyer's Grocery, operated out of the basement of Harold and Pearl Colyer, our landlords until mom bought the property next door to the Colyer house....which is still there. Maybe 100 feet further west on 80 sat the larger general merchandise store operated by the Lovett brothers...who hailed from Stearns and lived above the store.  
Harold Woodrow Colyer
 
224 Somerset Commonwealth Journal 09/18/2016 by Don White:

"....Things didn't get a whole lot better when we moved some 6 miles away, and for $25 per month, rented a place
from Harold and Pearl, who lived next door in a house that didn't need painting and wasn't in danger of collapsing.
I don?t think they ever had children, but they did, by golly, have a TV that was way bigger than Emma?s.
It?s always been my observation that people who don?t have kids can tolerate having them around only for brief periods of time. And only then if the kids are quiet and keep their feet off the furniture.
They?re also often more obsessed with making money.
That all worked out well for me.
Mom would hand me the rent money, tucked away in an envelope, and watch from the porch to make sure I didn't drop it on my way to make delivery.
Going once a month on a Wednesday, always at 6:50 p.m., was my idea.
That?s when Wagon
Train came on and I could usually count on being invited to stay and watch an entire episode.
Pearl always answered the door, and on those times she hesitated, I opened the envelope just enough for her to smell the twenty and five dollar bills inside.
All good things must come to an end, how- ever.
As my monthly adventure did when Mom bought the place for $2,000.
I knew being under that kind of debt meant never having a TV of our own would be mission impossible. 
Harold Woodrow Colyer
 
225 Birth: Mar. 9, 1877
Death: Dec. 17, 1941
Burial:
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Glendale
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Plot: Vesperland, Map 1, Lot 1670, Space 2 
Harriet Luvenia Colyer
 
226 June Avera thinks that it may have been Luvina who married and moved to California. Never much contact with family. Believes that Luvina had daughter that married mexican who was son of vice president of Mexico. Mentioned that Dean Hunter , research of colyer line, went to Mexico and met her at large house and interviewed her. Harriet Luvenia Colyer
 
227 Luvenia and her husband moved to Fort Worth, Texas and opened a grocery store. In early 1906 they sent for Ellen's brother Sam Colyer to come to Ft. Worth to work with them at the store. The Wilder's sold the store to Sam Colyer and moved on to California. A week after that their son Raymond died in Kentucky. Harriet Luvenia Colyer
 
228 Moved to California and the 1920 census shows as a grocery store operator, the 1940 census shows as a butcher store operator. Harriet Luvenia Colyer
 
229 sawmill owner in sunbright tn. and later in
pulaski county. he was a veteran of ww1 and later in life he drew a pension from the v.a. he died in cincinnati in 1966 buried in colyer family cemetary buckcreek boat dock road 
Harry W. Colyer
 
230
Jack Curtis said that he met Helen when he and Edith went on trip to Texas. She was in Ft. Worth. 
Helen Marie Colyer
 
231 Died from stroke per Bethany Noel Smith, Granddaughter Helen Marie Colyer
 
232 Per email from Bethany Noel Smith 06/28/2012:
My grandmother Helen Johns-Colyer was known as 'Nanny' by all of us. She died at 72 of a brain aneurism which lead to a stroke. She was a strikingly beautiful lady. A woman of strong Christian faith and a woman of many talents. Besides her cooking & gardening skills she was best known for her ability to paint landscapes. She was also a florist at one time. Helen's husband Vaughn (my PawPaw) died in 1998 with dementia. The two of them were in love and they adored their times with family.
 
Helen Marie Colyer
 
233 Ole man Wes worked on the railroad and came home one day and found Cora Nell in bed with a man then there was Helen Ruth

Wesley Colyer, Cinncinnati OH 
Helen Ruth Colyer
 
234 Herbert Colyer was killed instantly when he fell between two railroad cars on the Southern Railway System's tracks in front of the passenger station at Danville, Ky. According to reports, two cars passed over his body when he slipped and fell about 11:15 a.m.
He had served as a car inspector for the Southern Railroad for 40 years. 
Herbert Franklin Colyer
 
235 Debbie Meece Sears 03/03/2015: I just talked to Peanut's daughter. She said there was a son named Homer that was older than the triplets. He never married, just got back from the war and was killed in a taxi cab accident on 461. He is buried at Clay Hill.  Homer D. Colyer
 
236 Interior Journal: Pulaski County column; Somerset, Ky., Dec. 27, 1873
Highway Robbery

On Saturday night the 13th inst., while James L. Colyer was returning to his home in the upper part of our county, from Mount Vernon, was attacked by four men in disguise coming from the bushes on the side of the public road with drawn weapons, who stopped his horse and first demanded his arms, Colyer, although a brave man, seeing that he was overpowered gave up his pistol which was returned to him after the robbers had drawn the loads; they then demanded
his money which hthey got, amounting to the sum of $100, and also his watch, which they examined and threw against a tree, it being of small value.

Mr. Colyer has been for some time past a deputy Sheriff of our county, is a clever gentleman and makes a clever and vigilant officer.
 
James Colyer
 
237 KinNextions
Known Family as of Feb 26, 2005
Public Version
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~gochapman/tree/aqwg450.htm
He may have been the father of Rev. Stephen Collier and Rev. Richard Collier,, ministers in the Baptist Church, who were intimate friends and close relatives of Mrs. Hart's (author of Richard Calloway Family, Kansas City Library) family. She was never able to establish for sure if Stephen and Richard were James' sons and therefore cousins of her grandfather, John Colyer, Jr. but they often visited their family.

from Mrs. Jean Colyer Grumbling site:
Came to Madison Co. Ky. before 1792. He is listed in that year as a citizen of Madison Co. Two years later in May and June of 1794 he was sent to the frontiers of Lincoln Co. to guard against Indians and for two months of service he was paid a sum slightly more than $10 as compensation. the nuncupative will of James was proved, December 22, 1805 in Madison Co., Ky. the will was committed to writing by James Colyer, Jr. and showed money deposited for the benefit of his children. He may have been the father of Rev. Stephen Collier and Rev. Richard Collier,, ministers in the Baptist Church, who were intimate friends and close relatives of Mrs. Hart's (author of Richard Calloway Family, Kansas City Library) family. She was never able to establish for sure in Stephen and Richard were James' sons and therefore cousins of he grandfather, John Colyer, Jr. but they often visited their family.
 
James Colyer
 
238 Colyer v. Hyden, &c.

COURT OF APPEALS OF KENTUCKY

94 Ky. 180; 21 S.W. 868; 1893 Ky. LEXIS 24

March 16, 1893, Decided

PRIOR HISTORY: [***1] APPEAL FROM PULASKI CIRCUIT COURT.

DISPOSITION: Judgment reversed, with directions.

COUNSEL: WILL C. CURD FOR APPELLANT.

There was a sufficient delivery of the deeds. (Bell v. Farmers' Bank, 11 Bush 39; 5 Am. & Eng. Enc. of Law, p. 448, note 4.)

O. H. WADDLE FOR APPELLEES.

The deeds were properly set aside. They were procured by undue influence, were never delivered, and were without consideration to uphold them.

JUDGES: JUDGE HAZELRIGG.

OPINION BY: HAZELRIGG

OPINION

[**868] [*180] JUDGE HAZELRIGG DELIVERED THE OPINION OF THE COURT.

A few weeks before his death, Alex. Colyer, who was quite old and decrepit, executed three deeds for certain lands of which he was the owner, in two of which the appellant, who was his grandson, was alone the designated grantee; in the other the appellant, jointly with Susannah Colyer, his step-daughter, and L. R. Colyer, a son, were the grantees named. The validity of these conveyances was assailed by the other children of the deceased--the appellees here-- [*181] by reason of the mental inability of the grantor, the exercise of undue influence over him, and because the alleged conveyances were never delivered to the grantees in the life-time of the [***2] grantor. The lower court upheld one of the deeds--that to the appellant for the home place of some seventy acres--and set aside the other two.

We think there can be no question of the correctness of the judgment sustaining the first-named deed. The old man had contracted in writing with his grandson some time in 1888 to the effect that he would give him the home place, provided he would come home from the West and live with him, and care for him and his wife. They were both old and feeble, and needed his help. The grandson did so, and shortly before his death the grantor had the deputy clerk to prepare the deed, which he executed in pursuance of the original contract, and delivered to the draftsman, who proves he delivered it to the appellant in a few days thereafter.

There appears to have been no lack of capacity to make the deeds, and no evidence of the exercise of undue influence in their procurement. We think, too, that there was a legal delivery of the deed for the twenty-five acre tract to the appellant. It was signed and acknowledged by the old man and his wife, and delivered to the draftsman, the deputy clerk, for the grantee, and delivered to and accepted by him in some [***3] three or four weeks thereafter, though after the death of the grantor.

It is now fully settled that a deed may be delivered to a third person for the grantee, and if subsequently [*182] assented to by the grantee it will be as good a delivery as if it had been made directly to him. (Fonda v. Van Horne, 15 Wend. 633.)

With respect to the joint deed for the two hundred acre tract, the state of case is different. After its preparation and acknowledgment, the grantor handed it to his wife, and told her to put it away, or to take care of it. There was no delivery of it to any of the grantees, or to any one for them, until after the grantor's death, when his wife gave it to the husband of one of the grantees. We think there was no delivery of this deed so as to pass the estate. It seems to have been the intention of the grantor to keep control over the instrument until fully determined whether ultimately to deliver it.

It may be inferred that because he had retained a life estate in the property, he thought its immediate delivery would be of no service to the grantees, and that his intention is clear that they should have the property at his death. And yet, the fact [***4] remains, he did not deliver it, or authorize or direct its delivery, and can not, therefore, be said to have divested himself of the title to the estate. In Maynard v. Maynard, 10 Mass. 456, the deed was executed with the usual formalities and recorded, and "the grantor requested the witness to keep the deed until it was called for." The grantee died; the grantor called for and cancelled it. The court said it was clear that no title passed. "The only reason why it did not pass," said the court, "was that the deed was not delivered as the deed of the grantor for the use of the grantee."

[*183] There appears to have been no error in setting off the appellant's claim against the estate by the one-half of his [**869] note. The result reached by the chancellor seems just and proper.

Because of the error indicated the judgment is reversed, with directions to proceed as herein determined. 
James Alexander Colyer
 
239 9.) Patent #: 09802 Grantee: Colyer, Alexander & Modrell, Ned
Grant Book & Pg: 20 220 Acreage: 100
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Cumberland R.
Survey Name: Colyer, Alexander & Modrell, Ned Survey Date: 04/29/1846
Grant Date: 07/01/1847

10.) Patent #: 09803 Grantee: Colyer, Alexander
Grant Book & Pg: 20 221 Acreage: 50
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Cumberland R.
Survey Name: Colyer, Alexander Survey Date: 04/29/1846
Grant Date: 07/01/1847

11.) Patent #: 10129 Grantee: Colyer, Alexander &c.
Grant Book & Pg: 20 556 Acreage: 100
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Cave Cr. Cumberland R.
Survey Name: Porter, Joseph Survey Date: 05/03/1846
Grant Date: 07/08/1847

22.) Patent #: 16650 Grantee: Colyer, Alexander
Grant Book & Pg: 32 396 Acreage: 7 1/2
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Cumberland R.
Survey Name: Colyer, Alexander Survey Date: 07/15/1848
Grant Date: 05/02/1851

31.) Patent #: 29184 Grantee: Colyer, Alexandrew
Grant Book & Pg: 52 245 Acreage: 10
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Pittman Cr.
Survey Name: Vaught, William E. Survey Date: 06/10/1857
Grant Date: 06/30/1858

32.) Patent #: 29185 Grantee: Colyer, Alexandrew
Grant Book & Pg: 52 246 Acreage: 8
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Pitman Cr.
Survey Name: Vaught, William E. Survey Date: 08/15/1857
Grant Date: 06/30/1858

33.) Patent #: 29186 Grantee: Colyer, Alexandrew
Grant Book & Pg: 52 247 Acreage: 3
County: Pulaski WaterCourse: Pitman Cr.
Survey Name: Vaught, William E. Survey Date: 08/15/1857
Grant Date: 06/30/1858  
James Alexander Colyer
 
240 census record believed to be from John Parsons research:
Title: Federal Census, 1860, Pulaski County Kentucky
Author: U. S. Government
Publication: Pulaski County Historical Society
Note: ABBR Federal Census, 1860, Pulaski County Kentucky
Note: ABBR 1860 Pulaski County Census
Repository:
Note: NAME Not Given (See Notes)
ADDR
Not Given (See Notes)
NOTE NAME Gilmer Callison
Page: Somerset District 2, number 476 shows Colyer, Alexander, age 50,Farmer, born Kentucky; Lydia, 48, Kentucky; Charles, 24, Teacher,Kentucky; Sarah, 18, Kentucky; Linsey, 15, Kentucky; Louisa, 14,Kentuck y; Harriet, 12, Kentucky; John, 8, Kentucky. 
James Alexander Colyer
 
241 Father of Ned Modrell = Jack Modrell ??

Emancipation:

Pulaski County Deeds, v. 10:346
Know all men by these presents that I Robert N(?)odrel of Pulaski Co Kentucky do ... forever set at liberty set free and emancipate my negro man called Jack aged about thirty nine years, said negro is of dark color about 5'8" or 9" high and is forever hereafter to be free from my control and is in all respects a free man. . . . this 17th day of September 1839 signed. Presented at county court 17 September 1839 
James Alexander Colyer
 
242 Joint land patent holder who was slave emancipation:

Pulaski County Deeds, v. 13:530
Know all men by these presents that I John Moodrill of Buckhanan Co Missouri for and in consideration of the sum of $600 paid to me by my Negro man Ned (a slave) the receipt whereof I hereby acknowledge (I) emancipate and set free forever the said Ned who is a black man about 28 years of age weighs about 150 pounds and is about 5'10" high ... from this date of deed to be absolftely free to act for himself as if free born and I do hereby release all claims th the said Ned and invest him with all the rights and freedom that I can vest lawfully ...this 25th day of August 1847 John Modrell by James Gilmore. Wit by LD Cowan, James Frazier Wm M Fox. Presented in court and proven by witnesses to be the act of James Gilmore attorney in fact for John Modrell 
James Alexander Colyer
 
243 These may be the ones that appear on the rolls of Randall's Methodist Church near shopville in community of Ula around 1860 as
22. M.B. Alexander Colyer )
23. M.B. Lydda Colyer ) Same no. in 1859
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kypulask/ch/randall.html 
James Alexander Colyer
 
244 [Archfam[2].FTW]

1880 Pulaski County Kentucky Census, Juggernot #10 District, shows:
Alexander Collyer, head of household, age 69, born KY, both parents born TN
Lydia, Wife, age 67, born KY, both parents born VA
Polly A. Daughter, age 39, born KY, both parents born KY
James Walter, Grandson, age 19, born KY, both parents born KY
Nancy J. Simpson, Granddaughter, age 9, born KY, both parents born KY
Martin Collyer, !/2 Brother, age 49, born KY, father born TN, mother born KY 
James Alexander Colyer
 
245 "J. H. Colyer the leading merchant of Crab Orchard now has his store connected by telephone to the outside world". (This from local newspaper) James Harding Colyer
 
246 Excerpts from the Interior Journal

Interior Journal
Pulaski Column
Edited By Will. C. Curd
Somerset, Ky., Dec. 27, 1873

Highway Robbery

On Saturday night the 13th inst., while James L. Colyer was returning to his
home in the upper part of our county, from Mount Vernon, was attacked by four
men in disguise coming from the bushes on the side of the public road with
drawn weapons, who stopped his horse and first demanded his arms, Colyer,
although a brave man, seeing that he was overpowered gave up his pistol which
was returned to him after the robbers had drawn the loads; they then demanded
his money which hthey got, amounting to the sum of $100, and also his watch,
which they examined and threw against a tree, it being of small value.

Mr. Colyer has been for some time past a deputy Sheriff of our county, is a
clever gentleman and makes a clever and vigilant officer. 
James Lindsay Colyer
 
247 James was born about 1858 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. The son of St. Clair & Elizabeth (Morgan) Colyer.

In the 1860, 1870, & 1880 Census of Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky James lives at home with his parents. In 1870, at the age of 12 James is listed as woking on the farm. In the 1880 Census James, along with his 2 older brothers, John W. & John R., are all listed as school teachers.

On December 15, 1887 in Pulaski County James married Fannie L. Owens.

In 1892 James was elected Mayor of Somerset. He served as Mayor for the years of 1892, 1893, & 1894.

In the 1900 Census James-40 is living with his wife Fanny-37 and children Varnum-13, Mabel-8, Virginia-5 & Martha-4 in Bourbon, Pulaski County, Kentucky. James is listed as a Lawyer and Fanny is listed as having had 4 children by 1900, all 4 in home.

Apparently there was a family tragedy between 1900 & 1910. In the 1910 Census of Bourbon, Pulaski County, Kentucky Mabel & Virginia are living with their Grandmother Eliza Owens. James & Varnon I cannot find in the Census of 1910, nor Fannie.

In 1920 James can be found in the Census of Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. He is living on Monticello Street with his daughter, Virginia, and her husband, Clifford Jasper. James is listed as a widower and his occupation is Lawyer in General Practice.

In 1930 James can be found in the Census of Pulaski County, Kentucky, on Shafter Road. Living with his daughter Mabel, and her husband, Claude Jasper. James is listed as a 73 year old widower with no occupation.

Varnum is actually Varnon Thomas, he registered for the WW1 draft in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, listed as a Farmer/Sheep Grower, born October 28, 1888, he eventually came back to Pulaski County, Varrnon died on January 25, 1952 in Pulaski County
 
James Lindsay Colyer
 
248 Dr. John W. Pierce
9402 Discovery Drive West
Indianapolis, IN 46250
writes in March 2004 Kentucky Explorer magazine:

Attending church regularly was
an important part of the life of my
parents and their children. We were
members of the White Oak Baptist
Church, where the Pierce family were
members. For many years the pastor
ofthe churchwas Rev. Wesley Colyer. 
James Wesley Colyer
 
249 http://boards.ancestry.mx/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=8417&p=localities.northam.usa.states.kentucky.counties.pulaski

Re: Names of Pastors and Churches in Pualski Co, KY
kayrenee59 (Ver publicaciones)
Publicado: 25 feb 2007 10:53 GMT
Clasificación: Consulta
Bob Bray and others looking for Pastors in Eastern Pulaski
I copy some old minutes this is what I found below.

1911 minutes
Pitman Creek ==Eld G. A. Sears
Clay Hill== Eld J.W. Colyer
White Lily== Rev J.D. Hargis

1913 minutes
Churches ===Pastors Address

Pitman Creek== G. A Sears Alcalda Ky
New Hope J.D. Hargis Drum Ky
Clay Hill== J.W. Colyer Drum Ky
Pine Grove== J.C Barker Drum Ky (Piney Grove #1 now)

1914 minutes
Pitman Creek=== G.A. Sears Alcalda Ky
New Hope== U.B. Harp Somerset. Ky
Clay Hill=== J W Colyer Ruth Ky
Pine Grove== J.C. Barker Drum Ky

1915 minutes
Pitman Creek--- J.W. Colyer Ruth Ky
New Hope ==U.B. Harp Bent Ky
Clay Hill-== J W Colyer= Ruth Ky
Pine Grove ==J C Barker Drum Ky

1916 minutes
Pitman Creek--- J W Colyer Ruth Ky
New Hope ====== G. A Sears Alcalde
Clay Hill ---- J W Colyer Ruth Ky
Pine Grove==== H J Ridener Poplarville Ky

Obediah Phelps born Mar 9 1857 Join the New Hope Church about 1894 died Oct 18 1919

Ariminta Hargis born Dec 6 1880 join New Hope at a early age died Sept 17 1912

Mills Chaney about 72 years old join Pine Grove about 1913 and a faithful member until death which occurred on his way hom from the last Association Sept 7 1919

1924 minutes

Bro. Rollin Gregory was born about 78 years ago & professed a hope in Christ at an early age& lived a devoted Chritian till death which occurred July 18 1924 Leaves a wife and five children.
Siser Mandy Gregory was about 38 years of age. United with new hope church when very young but lately moved her membership to White Lily her death came on August 21 1924, She leaves a aged father , one brother, husband and one daugther.
1927 minutes
Sister Sciotha Mounce born in 1840 professed a hope in Christ when quite young and lived a true Christian till death on February 10 1927

Sis. Pearlie Hargis Tucker born Aug 7 1900 accept Christ as her Saviour at the age of 13 years old a member of White Lily Church death occur on March 13 1927 Leaving a husband and 3 children.
Sis Millie J Hargis born May 4 1897 professed Christ at a tender age death occur July 10 1927 leaving a husband 5 children, 5 brothers and three sisters

1928 minutes
Pitman Creek--- Wesley Colyr--Somerset Ky
New hope-- H J Ridner== Bent Ky
Clay Hill== H J Ridner-- Bent Ky
Pine Grove -- H J Ridner --Bent Ky
White Lily==H J Ridner== Bent Ky

1930 minutes
Sis Nellie Hughes wife of Minot Hughes member of Clay Hill since early childhood died January 19 1930 leaves a husband and 8 childrens

sis Jane Bray wife of George Bray died april 8 1930 a faithful member of Clay Hill Church leaves several Children

Bro S, S Keeney born August 15 1861 died Jan. 23 1930 converted aat the age of 14 and became a member of Clay Hill Church leaving four daughters and one son.

Fred Mounce born June 22 1910 married Mary Baker in 1928 united with White Lily Baptist Church in 1920 until death January 11 1930 leaving a wife and baby.

Sis Arizona Baker age 38 born 1891 died Jan 3 1930 a mothr of eight children seven living and one dead. at age of 17 she accept Christ and was a member of White lily Church for 22 years.

Sis Nora hargis Meece born May 27 1906 daughter of Pinkney Hargis she join the church at age 16 and lived a true christian life married Othnel Meece s/o Susan Meece June 26 1929

Pitman Creek==Wesley Colyer== Somerset ,Ky
Clay hill== H J Ridner=== Glynn Ky (I don't know where this is)
Pine Grove H J Ridner== Glynn Ky
White Lilly H J Ridner Glynn Ky
New Hope H.J Ridner Glynn Ky

1931 minutes
Sis Stella Stogsdill born Oct. 21 1904 united with new Hope Baptist Church in August 1918 married Earl Stogsdill Mara 20 1921 died Nov 18 1930 leaving husband, two boys , one girl, father and mother, five sisters and three brothers.

Martha A Meece wife of James M Meece born Nov 12 1863 died March 17 1931 mother of nine children 3 dead , 6 living.

Mary E Hargis born June 13 1853 died Jan 28 1931 made a Christian profession at a early age a member of White Lily Church leaves 4 childdren

Curtis hargis daughter of W.C Hargis born Nov 10 1915 died Sept 13 1930 at the age of 13 she accept Christ and join Whit lily Church in 1928 leaves a mother and father and 5 brothers

Sarah Brinson Hargis b July 27 1904 died Feb 25 1931
married Logan hargis Sept 7 1919 six children was born Thelma, Milford, Irene, Eugene, Hubert, Herbert. at age of 14 accept Christ and join White Lily Churach

Mattie Tomlinson wife of Hardin Tomlinson died May 1931 a member of Clay Hill Church leaves a husband and four children.

L R Colyer born 1863 died Nov 6 1930 a member of Clay hill Church for many years married for four times and father of thirteen children of which 10 living.

Peter Franklin Dydkes born Sept. 23 1871 died Mar 14 1931 married Mar 10 1891 fathr of 8 children six boys and two girls he begun preaching about 1910

Pitman Creek J W Colyer Somerset Ky
Clay Hill H J Ridner Glynn ky
Pine Grove H J Ridner Glynn ky
White Lily H J Ridner Glynn Ky
New Hope H J Ridner Glynn Ky

1932 minutes obits
Clay Hill Glen Philips, Vada Tucker, Zula Glover Meece
White lily Martha J Brinson
New Hope A. D inabnit, Fronie Woodall

1939 minutes obit
White Lily James f Hargis

1941 minutes obit s
White Lily nathan Watkins, Clara E Hargis, William Logan Hargis
1942 minutes obits
White Lily Thomas Keeney, Charlie Brinson, Magie Meece, Sally Brinson


1944 minutes
Clay Hill H J Ridner Drum Ky
Colo Wildrew D Cottongin Drum Ky
New Hope H J Ridner Drum Ky
Piney Grove H J Ridner Drum Ky
White Lily H J Ridner Drum Ky

In Bro H J Ridner was Pastor of all of these churchers up to the time of the old minutes that I have.
 
James Wesley Colyer
 
250 James Wesley Colyer married is 2nd cousin Mary Nunnelley. John Colyer born 1781 was both of their great-grandfather. James Wesley Colyer
 

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