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|Birth||1760||Louden County, Virginia [1, 2]|
|Died||17 Dec 1839||McCraken County, Kentucky [1, 2]|
|Person ID||I1337||John Colyer family of Somerset Ky|
|Last Modified||08 Jul 2007|
|Family||Martha English, b. ABT. 1754, Louisa County, Virginia|
|Family ID||F295||Group Sheet|
Genealogy report prepared by Mr. Dean Hunter on related Richardson Family
|A History of Pulaski County Kentucky--Richardson|
Book published by The Franklin Press Louisville Ky 1952 by Alma Owens Tibbals
|1822 March Pulaski County Court Order: Salt Works Road (current day hwy 192)|
Jesse Richardson appointed surveyor of road mentioning route from Meece, to John Langdon to Charles Colyear (Colyer). I have not determined if this was Charles Colyer Sr. or Charles Colyer Jr.
|1821, May Pulaski County Court Order: Saltworks Road Jesse Richardson|
Jesse Richardson appointed road surveyor of Saltworks Road from Somerset to Pitman Creek. This is believed to be origin of Mt. Vernon Street going east out current hwy 192 to Pitman creek.
|1821, May: Pulaski County Court Order: Saltworks road going east from Pitman creek|
Appears to be road (current hwy 192) going east after crossing Pitman creek to the Long Hollow, sometimes called Sugartree Hollow, going south along Buck Creek.
|1815 August Pulaski County Court Order|
To make the Salt Works Road leading to the Goose Creek salt works in present day town of Machester KY, pass through land of Jesse Richardson on Pitman creek and Blaze Valley.
|1816 May Pulaski County Court Order|
whereby Jesse Richardson requests that the Salt Works road to Goose Creek Salt Works in present day Manchester KY pass through his land that is at Blaze Valley and Pitman Creek.
|History of the Salt Works Road|
Pulaski County Kentucky Historical society pub on history of Grundy and the Salt Works Road----see page 4----John Colyer log house on the Salt Works Road