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|201||1858 October 4, John Colyer Sr estate lawsuit administrator vs heirs to sell|
|202||1858 Power of Attorney to Cyrenius Wait if friend drinks intoxicating beverage again|
Gives Cyrenius power to sell all of Mr. Sadler's property and use to send Mr. Sadler's wife and children to Missouri if he drinks again.
|203||1858 Stephen Colyer assigned interest to Cyrenius Wait et al|
This Pulaski Circuit Court case hints that Stephen Colyer, like his older brother Charles Granade Colyer had assigned sold his 1/17 interest inherited from his father's death in 1851 to Cyrenius Wait. It appears here that Cyrenius et al had further assigned to another party. See lawsuit between heirs of John Colyer Sr and Cyrenius Wait to sell property.
|204||1859 deed Lindsey Colyer sells 4/17 of half interest in coal lands on Cumberland River owned by John Colyer estate|
Evidently Lindsey purchased 4 of his brother's 1/17 interest in Coal lands on Cumberland owned by John Colyer Sr. at his death and here transfers to former John Colyer Sr. coal partner in lands Cornelius Doolin.
|205||1859 John Long estate gives title to 240 acres on Cumerland River to John Colyer Jr. heirs|
purchase price was $2400
|206||1859 Kentucky Geological Survey|
Mentions Collier's (Colyer's) Mill on Pitman Creek believed to have been built by Charles Colyer Sr. (per property tax records 1820) who appears on census and estate settlement of nearby resident John Langdon whose house was at current day hwy 192 at Pitman Creek in Pulaski County Ky. House was later residence of John Colyer born 1781. See Civil War map on this site showing Colyer's Mill on Pitman Creek.
|207||1859 Lindsey R Colyer with John Owens purchase at court foreclosure auction, the 1/17 undivided interest of James Perry Colyer in his father's estate (John Colyer) homeplace 200 acres Pitman creek.|
See other deed whereby Lindsey and John Owens sell this with others to Andrew Warren 1865. It appears that James Perry Colyer and what I guess to be nephew John Colyer Jr are in business as merchants and get in debt trouble with foreclosure. I believe this John Colyer merchant may have operated store at Grundy.
|208||1859 March 30, Pulaski Circuit Court ordered slave sale John Colyer Sr estate|
|209||1859 Pulaski deed to estate of John W. Colyer Jr.|
finally a deed for a purchase of coal land on Cumberland River in deal made before the death of the seller and the buyer. Here estate of John Long does deed to estate of John W. Colyer Jr. Cyrenius Wait will later file lawsuit to try to get coal land.
|210||1859 Seth and wife Anna, and sister Lovisa Randall and her husband Benjamin Randall sell lot 96-97 except state owned Gold Silver mines|
|211||1859 Seth Curtis deed in town McDonough, NY house/lot purchase|
|212||1859 Stephen Colyer estate assets sale|
purchasers are Lindsey Colyer, Martin Colyer and Samuel Black
|213||1859-1860 John Colyer Sr estate: Lindsey Colyer appointed receiver of funds from land and slave sale.|
Part of lawsuit between John Colyer Sr heirs and Cyrenius Wait. I suspect this was all over the coal lands at Buck Creek/Cumberland River that Cyrenius Wait wanted.
|214||1860 census Andrew Warren|
From neighbors, it does not look to be on the Colyer farm at Ruth Ky. sometime shortly after, he evidently leases the farm and moves there since General Burnside map of 1864 shows him there before his purchase in 1865.
|215||1860 census Charles Granade Colyer|
|216||1860 Census Ephraim Meece|
|217||1860 census Lydia Colyer|
with son Lindsey R Colyer, presumably on Cherry Grove Rd
|218||1860 census Richard Collyer Rockcastle county Ky|
|219||1860 census St. Clair Colyer|
|220||1860 John Colyer Jr. land and inherited land interests sold|
Purchasers Cornelius Doolin, who I suspect got the coal lands, possibly those inherited from John Colyer Sr, and Lindsey Colyer and Samuel Black also listed. Lindsey and Samuel likely only purchased the inherited interest from John Colyer Sr in the Ruth Ky farm by Lindsey and Samuel Black purchased the Blaze Valley farm interest he lived on.
|221||1860 John Colyer Sr. estate accounting|
|222||1860 McDonough NY map Curtis lots sold....Gold mine lot|
|223||1860 Pulaski county KY property tax: Cyrenius Wait|
|224||1860 Russell County KY census shows Sarah Evaline Bradley parents|
|225||1860 Russell County KY Seth Bradshaw|
shows son Isaiah
|226||1860 U.S. census Chenango County NY, John T Curtis|
|227||1861 civil war map of roads around Somerset: Rush Branch/Whitley; hwy 192/Ruth Rd/Sublimity Rd; Lost SaltWorks rd of Grundy KY/Cannonball Rd; hwy 80/langfords Rd to Hazel patch/London.|
|228||1861 Civil War map with Somerset inset showing Sublimity Rd (now hwy 192) and Rush Branch Rd|
This map seems to lead one to the conclusion that the KY legislative act of 1835 on this site for road construction was concerning current Rush Branch Road (formerly known as the Whitley Road in Pulaski County Court Order). The 1861 Civil War map on this site appears to clearly show Rush Branch road at the time crossed over Buck Creek (now since lake formation in 1950's road ends at Buck Creek) and went down to the coal mines on this 1861 map and coincides with language in 1835 Legislative Act. Therefore, it may be that current hwy 192(formerly known as Sublimity Road since 1858 Act, but formerly in pulaski court orders known as the Saltworks Rd) was improved by the 1853 or so Legislative Act sponsored by Christopher Columbus Graham to his resort at Sublimity Springs.
|229||1861 Pulaski County Ky deaths|
Shows Nancy E Colyer death child: tomb stone shows 2 years old, but his death record shows 4 years old. Also Shows death of 1 year old Black Slave child
|230||1861 Pulaski County Ky Geology Report|
based on survey in 1858-1859 and names Colyer's Mill, Pitman Creek, Blazed and Long Hollow, Salt Work Road. Coal was mined and a small train took coal from top of current day Clay Hill Rd to intersection of current hwy 192 and Pitman Creek to original Ruth Ky store operated by Mathew Warren, then Mr Alexander, then Ad Colyer then Ridners. Report Calls area at current Burnside Ky as Texas District.
|231||1863 John Colyer Jr estate vs. Cyrenius Wait land sale|
It appears that Cyrenius Wait was opposing party in lawsuit of John Colyer Jr estate just like he was in John Colyer Sr estate over what I suspect was Wait's interest in obtaining the Coal properties held by each estate. However in the case of Jr. he had infant child that the courts interceded for.
|232||1863 Seth Curtis sells McDonough NY lot 101 for $102|
|233||1864 Burnside area Civil War map (10 meg size)|
to right side, shows Ruth Ky area and John Colyer house(then occupied by Andrew Warren) at Pitman Creek. Note that down the road (currently called Clay Hill Road) that runs next to Pitman Creek, is Colyer Mill. According to deeds found under James Alexander Colyer, the mill was built by Alexander Colyer after 1854. The map also shows neighbor named Keeney whose name is referenced in a road project in Court Orders Book 5 Pulaski County starting at Widow Langdon's...ie John Colyer house. Thanks to Joe at Ky Dept of Highways Dist. 8 office Somerset for this map. Note that this map is for Burnside area. Other 1861 maps on this site for civil war seem to show current hwy 192 (formerly Sublimity rd.) Therefore this area on this Burnside map may not show it due to purpose not to show roads insignificant to Burnside...ie Sublimity toll road going to resort.
|234||1864 Kentucky State Senate vote by Cyrenius Waite Soldier Voting|
Ironic bill vote in February 1864 by Cyrenius Waite to allow Union Soldiers from Kentucky to vote for 1864 Presidential election, where nationwide this was thought to highly favor Lincoln for re-election in midst of Civil War. Cyrenius Waite being largest slave holder in Pulaski County KY. Kentucky was only state south of Mason-Dixon line to allow this and yet its majority voted in election against Lincoln as did its Union soldiers by 70%. Then again, KY may have been about only state south of Mason Dixon Line to be permitted to vote in this war time election.
|235||1864 Seth Bradshaw death record Georgia , union soldier|
|236||1864 Seth Bradshaw, union soldier death in Georgia|
|237||1864 Seth Curtis deed purchase 2.5 acre house lot in town McDonough NY|
|238||1865 Charles Edgar Curtis obituary|
|239||1865 Pulaski county KY property tax: Cyrenius Wait|
|240||1865 Seth Curtis sells lot to daughter in law, Maria Curtis|
This follows death of Charles Edgar Curtis, Maria's husband, in Civil war. Charles Edgar, son of Seth.
|241||1865 Stephen Colyer estate accounting|
|242||1865 U.S. census, Chenango County NY, Seth Curtis|
|243||1866 Harriet Colyer Black purchase deed 108 acres Blaze Valley from estate of her father, John Colyer|
Deed says that Cyrenius Wait had held up estate settlement, and heirs of John Colyer file lawsuit against Cyrenius and win, so the court orders sale of land and slaves of John Colyer in March 1859. At the court sale, Harriet Black, purchases 108 acres for $706. Son of John Colyer..Stephen Colyer deceased 1855 and his estate settlment shows John Colyer at death owned 200 acre homeplace on Pitman creek, and 108 acre on Pitman creek waters and 250 acre coal lands. This deed in Blaze Valley was evidently the 108 acres on pitman creek waters that was not the homeplace.
|244||1867 John Colyer Jr estate settlement lived in Bronston KY|
John Colyer Jr. 1867 final estate accounting settlement (12 years after death)
Note heirs evidently file lawsuit over mismanagement by presumed court appointed administrators, the Gover bros.
|245||1867 John Colyer Jr. estate accounting|
shows purchase price paid for John Long property on Cumberland River etc. Pulaski wills bk6
|246||1868 Julia Ackley Curtis note payable re John Thurston Curtis|
Status: LocatedNote payable of to family and friends as mortgage loan on farm owned by her and her husband John Thurston Curtis in New York before migrating to Kentucky
|247||1868 Pulaski County deed: Alex Colyer to Moses Keeney 1/2 125 acre|
Excludes coal bank
|248||1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute|
Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. This appears to be property inherited from John Colyer, the father of Lindsey Colyer and Samuel Black's wife, Harriett (based on 1/17th undivided interests) At some point Cyrenius Waite has come to lay claim to the sold 1/17th interests. This appears to be the 200 acre of coal lands John Colyer Sr. had on Cumberland River at Buck Creek. This shows both Samuel Black and Lindsey Colyer had sold their 1/17th undivided interest in the apparent coal lands to Darlin and Clark. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer. See 1851 tax records under John Colyer b.1781 where shows land on cumberland river and deed from Purvis in 1851 for 50 acres Buck Creek.
|249||1870 census Andrew Warren|
|250||1870 Census John Thurston Curtis NY|
Status: Located showing John Thurston Curtis living in South Otselic NY, Chenango County working as a subcontractor for railroad. (likely getting lumber for railroad ties…..as that is what his son Fred did in Kentucky and may have been what brought John T Curtis to Kentucky as railroad was built out reaching Somerset in 1877. Note that John Thurston Curtis is shown as owning $7,000 of real estate at this date.