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|8|| 1849 James Harvey Curtis sale deed to Sylvanus Moore Jr|
witnessed by John Thurston Curtis and carves out land for Seth Curtis and John Carpenter
|9||1755 Virginia county map|
|10||1770 Virginia County map|
|11||1776 Jonathan Wait revolutionary war service record|
reported as the father of Cyrenius Wait
|12||1776 William Colyar : on Frederick County Maryland census age 44|
Interesting that name is spelled same as was prevalent of known relatives of William Colyar or 1754. Also, location around Washington DC is closer to known disclosures of birth places of Revolutionary pension apps of Charles Colyer of 1757 of Fauquier County VA...also close to D.C. Possible alternative father to William/Charles/John Colyar/Colyer of Pulaski County KY.
|13||1782 Dorothy Curtis obit|
|14||1786 Marriage license James Purvis and Rhodea Roberts|
|15||1787 Kentucky legislation re John Collier of Madison County Ky on Kentucky River: tobacco|
|16||1790 Marriage bond of James Collier Madison County KY|
|17||1790 Pendleton District South Carolina census shows Alexander Sinkler|
Home in 1790 (City, County, State):Pendleton, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 16: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females: 1
Number of Household Members: 4
|18||1790 Tax Lists of Washington county TN|
Status: Located1790 Tax Lists of Washington county TN showing William Colyar
|19||1790's Town Clerk minutes Chester MA Hampden county Cyrenius Wait family |
births of Cyrenius siblings. The father , Jonathan Wait and wife Margaret migrate to Aurora OH reported in the 1820s and are buried there in a Mennonite church cemetery
|20||1792 Sion Bradley revolutionary war Knox County TN|
Is this the Sion Bradley in Adair/Russell County KY in 1802 ?
|21||1795 KY Land Grant act South of Green River Settlements|
This act required settlement on the land evidenced by residence
|22||1796 Sion Bradley marriage|
Married Mary Wilson in Jefferson County TN, Is this the same Sion Bradley that shows up on Adair County KY census in 1810 that appears to be father of Sion Bradley in Russell County KY ?
|23||1800 U.S. Census Buncombe County North Carolina Alexander Sinclair|
Buncombe County was initially much larger than it is today. It once incorporated all of Rutherford County west of the mountains and most of the western part of Burke County while, to the south, it reached to the South Carolina border and then ran westward all the way to the Tennessee line. It has gone through at least ten distinct permutations from its creation until present day.
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Morgan, Buncombe, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 6
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members 8
|24||1802 summary KY legislation 1802 by Littell re: Roads Pulaski County KY: Saltworks road.|
Salt-works road: Hwy 192/Ruth Rd/Sublimity Rd ?; Lost salt-works Rd to Grundy; Hwy 80.
|25||1802 Wayne County Kentucky tax lists|
Shows Alexander Sinclair (St. Clair) with no family etc and no assets. 1801 was year of formation of Wayne County Ky and he does not appear on list. Likewise, he does not appear on 1804 list. Evidently he was there only 1802-1803 and part of 1804 when he files Power of Attorney with court.
|26||1803 Wayne County Kentucky KY tax list|
Shows Alexander Sinclair with 150 acres.
1801 was year of formation of Wayne County Ky and he does not appear on list. Likewise, he does not appear on 1804 list. Evidently he was there only 1802-1803 and part of 1804 when he files Power of Attorney with court.
|27||1804-1810 Pulaski County Tax Records|
Shows Samuel Blevins in 1804, on Buck Creek Pulaski County KY, believed to be father of Polly Blevins, who Pulaski County Court records in 1806 show married a John Colyer. This file is evidence that the John Colyer that Polly Blevins married in 1806 (reported father Samuel Blevins) is the John Colyer born 1781. HOWEVER, ALL IS NOT WHAT IT SEEMS AND ASSUMED. FURTHER INFO ON THIS SITE PROVIDED BY BLEVINS FAMILY RESEARCHERS SHOWS THAT "MARY" BLEVINS , DAUGHTER OF SAMUEL BLEVINS, DIED IN LOUISVILLE KY IN 1855 AND THAT CENSUS OF 1850 SHOWS MARRIED TO A JOHN COLYEAR. WE DON'T KNOW WHO THIS JOHN COLYEAR(COLYER) WAS, BUT EVIDENTLY NO RELATION TO JOHN COLYER BORN 1781 OF PULASKI COUNTY. The other John Colyer on tax records and later designated as "Junior", is beleived to be John Colyer Jr. born 1744, whom most of his life believed to live near Charles Colyer, baby brother, who bailed John out of court in Jonesboro TN prior to 1805 when Charles moved to Pulaski County Ky. He shows up in tax records here near Charles and later in Rockcastle County KY where Charles later moved. Without death record of Mary Colyer from Jefferson County KY in 1855 it would have been easy to Conclude that John Colyer born 1781 married Polly Blevins , since we know from pension records on John Colyer Jr. born 1744, he was long married to Grizelda Taylor in 1806. We have information that John Colyer Jr 1744 had son named John, but that he died in Rockcastle County ky in 1833 so not the Jefferson County Ky John Colyear. Further, we have information on a John Collier from Randolph Cty NC who moved to Greene County Tn but died there as did his son John...died in Greene County TN. So mystery continues as to who the Louisville John Colyear was descended from. Could he be descended from John Colyear in Franklin Cty IN who had Revolutionary pension file ?
The 1810 tax records shows Bluford Colyer, so he may have been born before 1809
|28||1805 Charles Colyer|
Charles Colyer, believed to be uncle to John Colyer born 1781, first appears on property tax records in Pulaski County KY.
|29||1805 Charles Colyer deed from Andrew Jackson|
Pulaski County KY deed to 1,962 acres on Brush branch of Buck Creek $400. Andrew Jackson as executor of brother in law estate of Thomas Hutchings. Both Jackson and Hutchings, married John Donelson daughters. Hutchings an original settler of Nashville with John Donelson.
|30||1805 James Collier noncupative (unwritten) will Madison County KY|
Witnesses are John Collier Sr. and John Collier Jr. Are these the Rockcastle County John Colyer/Colyar born 1744 and his son ? Or others located in Madison County KY ? If not the Rockcastle Colyer's much doubt is thrown on this Will being the presumed brother of John Colyer born 1744 in Rockcastle County KY.
|31||1805 William Bradley marriage Adair County KY|
|32||1806 John Colyer, Polly Blevins marriage Pulaski County KY|
father Samuel Blevins
|33||1806 Pulaski Property tax record: John Colyer|
Per search of Ky Archives Frankfort, John Colyer FIRST appears on property tax records in 1806 with no land, just horses.
|34||1807-1817 John Langdon land grant|
In researching age of log house John Langdon heirs sold to John Colyer in 1842, traced earliest records on John Langdon in Pulaski County KY on Ancestry.com. Record showed 720 acres grant in 1807. Upon searching records of same in KY archives, discovered grant was for 72 acres not 720 and was in 1817, not 1807. Grant and later records show it was on Buck Creek, not Pitman creek. Therefore was not the property of log house sold to John Colyer 1842.
|35||1808 John Colyer land grant 50 Acre|
South of Green River grant assigned from Charles Dodson via Thomas Bryan to John Colyer. This appears to be first land ownership by John Colyer(Colyar) in Kentucky Pulaski County in Jugornot region.
|36||1810 census Adair County KY Sion Bradley|
Not sure if this is the Father or maybe grandfather of Sarah Evaline Bradley Vaughan. Per ColumbiaMagazine.com site: One of two first surveyors of Adair County about 1802 included Sion Bradley.
|37||1810 deed to Charles Colyer from Andrew Jackson|
Pulaski county 1750 acres on Buck Creek. Andrew Jackson acting as executor of Hutchings estate. Price paid $400. Yes this is the Andrew Jackson who later became president of the United States. Thomas Hutchings was his brother in law. Hutchings was son in law of John Donelson, and with Donelson the founder of City of Nashville. Both were surveyors from Pittsylvania County VA who after arriving in Nashboro as original settler, came to Lincoln County Ky and surveyed and grabbed land in 1780-1783 before returning to Nashville. Andrew Jackson and Thomas Hutchings married Donelson sisters.
|38||1810 Federal Census Pulaski County Ky|
Shows John Colyer and a Buford (whom I do not know who it is) in 1810 in Kentucky, believed to be on Cumberland River in Jugornot area of Somerset Ky today. John Colyer did have a son named Bluford Colyer. Some early tax records about 1810 show this "Buford" Collier(Colyer) with name of "Bluford"
|39||1810 Madison County Kentucky KY census: Colliers|
Shows a John Collier Sr. and a Sarah Collier who was probable widow of James Collier who reported deceased in 1805
|40||1810 Madison County KY census Sarah Collier|
Could this be the widow of James Collier/Coliar/Colyar/Colyer ?
|41||1810 Pulaski County Census: Charles Coliar and Richard Coliar|
|42||1810 Pulaski County KY census: John Coliar and Buford Coliar|
|43||1810 Rockcastle county Kentucky census|
Colyer, Colyar, Collier, Colliar. Charles Coyer Sr. not on 1810 census. He apparently was still in Pulaski County KY not going to Rockcastle county until after he lost court case in 1810-1811 with future U.S. President Andrew Jackson over 1900 acre land.
|44||1810 Telico Land Grant law Kentucky|
This act granted settlers with residence on land right to land grant. This was land obtained by state by Telico treaty with Cherokee and other indian tribes.
"On October 2, 1798, the first Treaty of Tellico was negotiated with the Cherokee Nation. It allowed for safe passage of settlers using the Kentucky road, running through Cherokee land between the Cumberland Mountain and the Cumberland River, in exchange for hunting rights on all relinquished lands, a further refinement of the Holston Treaty of 1791. By 1803, the demand for salt on Cherokee land in Kentucky dramatically increased when England seized American ships involved the salt trade. In 1805, the remaining Cherokee land in Kentucky was considered crucial to the national security of the United States. Between October 25 and 27, 1805, Kentucky Cherokee Chief Doublehead singed the final Treaties of Tellico, ceding the land south of the Cumberland River. Feeling that they had been betrayed and sold out, Doublehead was assassinated on August 9, 1807 in McIntosh Tavern, Hiwassee, Tennessee, by Charles Hicks, Alexander Saunders, and Major Ridge—his own people.
|45||1810 U.S. census index Pulaski County KY|
|46||1811 road order location of Stephen Collier/Colyer|
road order appears from current map of Rockcastle county to be from Buck Creek on hwy 461 to Stephen Collier/Colyer at Rockcastle line and down Rockcastle line to Dahl-Vanhook road back to Buck Creek.
|47||1814 Pulaski County Property tax records Langdon|
Shows copies from KY archives of Pulaski County KY property tax records of property John Langdon on Pitman Creek. These are property tax records that FIRST appear in 1814. It is concluded that the house at current hwy 192 at Pitman Creek was built in 1814 based on these records. This file shows 1814, 1818 and 1820 with same basic property on Pitman Creek. Langdon appears on Census of 1820 with same neighbors as his widow does in 1830. Property sold to John Colyer by heirs 1842. Concluded that John Colyer log house currently located at Pitman Creek and HWY 192 was built 1814.
|48||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.
|49||1815 to 1818 KY land warrant / grant law|
This act appears to have allowed for settler land grants for limited period of time 1815-1818
|50||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.