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|151||1851 Edmund B. Curtis purchase deed to Hiller paper mill McDonough NY|
|152||1851 John Colyer from Purvis deed|
Status: Locatedaddition John bought land on Buck Creek from William Purvis in July of 1851 one month before he died. John was married to Lydia Purvis.
|153||1851 John Colyer Sr. estate inventory|
|154||1851 Masonic lodge minutes|
Linzy Colyer, St. Clair Colyer, Cyrenius Colyer, Epharim Meece
|155||1851 Pulaski County KY tax records people with last name beginning with "C".|
Shows land held by John Colyer at death in 1851. Of the 300 acres on Pitman Creek, 200 were sold with the homeplace in 1865 by heirs to Andrew Warren. 150 acres on Cumberland River, suspected to be added to by deed in July 1851 from Purvis estate of 50 acres. This 150 + 50 suspected to be the subject of Ky court of appeals law suit on this site under Cyrenius Wait, who had coal mines in the area. Another interesting thing, is that Bluford Colyer in Buck Creek area/Jugornot does not show in tax records in 1851 even though deed records show land there.
|156||1851 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou, Meredith Ballou, Levi Ballou|
There are no tax records to be located for 1849-1850. By 1851 James and sons Levi and Meredith have relocated to the banks of the Cumberland River as the first settlers of what became Point Isabel and later Burnside KY.
|157||1852 Death record Pulaski Count KY Rhoda Roberts Purvis|
|158||1852 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou|
On the Big South Fork of Cumberland River, what became Point Isabel and later Burnside
|159||1853 deed St. Clair Colyer to Lindsey Colyer|
St. Clair transfers his interest in father's estate, John Colyer, to brother Lindsey Colyer. This is the Lindsey Colyer who was major financier of Soule's Chapel church building.
|160||1853 John Colyer estate dower to wife Lydia|
Pulaski Will bk 4 , wife gets 9 acres of coal lands on Cumberland River plus 1/3 of the timber as dower rights to intestate husband John Colyer
|161||1853 Pulaski County Ky Births|
Shows slave Sarah born to Amanda owned by John Colyer heirs
|162||1853 Pulaski County, KY deaths index selection|
Shows death of slave girl to Lydia Purvis Colyer, who was named Clara
|163||1853 Pulaski deed: Cyreinus Wait to Lindsey Colyer|
Cyrenius sells all the interests he has acquired from children of John Colyer in their inheritance to Lindsey Colyer (but not the coal land). Reference is made to the farm that was on Pitman creek and slaves.
|164||1853 Pulaski deed: William Colyer, son of John Colyer 1781, passes his inheritance to attorney Mathews|
This so Mathews can deal with out of State William's inheritance for him. William Colyer has moved to north of Kansas City Missouri. In a later deed, this is sold by Mathews to Cyrenius Wait.
|165||1854 deed 1200 acres to Alexander Colyer and James Sears from William Gragg|
Property on Pitman Creek by modern day Clay Hill Rd, Somerset Ky. This property had coal on it that was excluded from sale. Evidently this is Where Alexander Colyer got land that he built a flour mill on Pitman Creek that is referred to on Burnside's Civil War map.
|166||1854 Edmund B. Curtis sale deed to Hiller Paper Mill|
carves out land for Maria Curtis
|167||1854 John Colyer Sr. estate accounting|
by son adminstrator Lindsey Colyer
|168||1854 John Long estate settlement showing land purchase by John Colyer Jr.|
See last page of settlement where John Colyer Jr. purchased 240 acres for $2400. The 1867 John Colyer Jr. estate final settlement shows payment to John Long estate of $1967.
|169||1854 or 1855 death records Pulaski County Kentucky|
Shows death of Stephen Colyer at age 18 son of John and Lydia Colyer
|170||1854 sale deed Charles Granade Colyer to Cyrenius Wait, 1/17th inherited coal lands Cumberland River. This includes mouth of Buck Creek.|
Charles Granade Colyer's father, John had died 1851. Apparently, the real property passed outside probate under KY law at the time for intestate decedents. Evidenced by final estate settlement showing no real property sales by estate. Here, C.Granade Colyer's 1/17 undivided share as child is sold for $100 go Cyrenius Wait. Later, the John Colyer heirs file lawsuit against Cyrenius Wait to be able to sell all real property and slaves of John Colyer about 1859 and win.
|171||1854 Seth Curtis deed purchase in Town lot/house McDonough|
|172||1855 John Colyer Jr. estate accounting|
Pulaski wills bk4
|173||1855 Map of McDonough|
From Library of Congress map of Chenango County NY
|174||1855 Mary "Polly" Blevins Colyer death record|
Jefferson County KY, daughter of Samuel Blevins
|175||1855 Pulaski County Ky Deaths: John W Colyer|
Shows a John W Colyer died Tyhphoid Fever son of John and POLLY. See discussion of John Colyer 1781 first wife
|176||1855 pulaski county ky deed JP and JW Colyer|
brothers purchase property for store on Saltworks Rd (current hwy 692 Grundy Rd).
|177||1855 pulaski deed James Perry Colyer to Lindsey Colyer|
JP sells his inheritance from father John Colyer to brother Lindsey.
|178||1855 Stephen Colyer estate accounting|
|179||1855 Stephen Colyer estate accounting slaves|
by administrator Linsey Colyer, shows lands and slaves inherited from father John Colyer.
|180||1855 U.S. census, Chenango County NY, Seth Curtis|
|181||1856 Charles E. Curtis and wife Maria, sell land behind Moore Cemetery in E. McDonough NY|
|182||1856 Deaths Pulaski County Ky|
Shows Rebecca Colyer, daughter of Stephen and Niagara Colyer 19 months
|183||1856 Map of Kentucky section on Pulaski County KY roads: Saltworks roads published by JH Colton & Co|
sited by Mary Verhoeff in her work on history of KY transporation. She was vice president of the Filson Club historic society Louisville published 1911. This Map does NOT show Pulaski County hwy 192/Ruth Rd/Sublimity Rd. However it does show a lost saltworks road to Grundy KY hwy 692 that now appears to be Cannonball Rd.
|184||1856 Pulaski deed--Minerva Colyer Richardson|
Sells inheritance from father John Colyer to brother Lindsey Colyer
|185||1856 Stephen Colyer estate circuit court case answer by William Colyer, out of state brother.|
|186||1856 Stephen Colyer estate interest in land/slaves inherited from father John Colyer ordered sold|
Lindsey Colyer, older brother/estate admin here gets Pulaski Circuit Court to order sale of deceased Stephen's undivided 1/17 interest in slaves and land inherited from Stephen's father, John Colyer Sr. in 1851.
|187||1856 Stephen Colyer estate, court case answer of Mrs. Eastham--sister|
|188||1857 Alexander Colyer to Ned Modrell 275 acres|
Ned Modrell lived in pumpkin hollow area of Jugornot pulaski county Ky. He was a slave who purchased his freedom about this time. At the time, he had obtained a land grant jointly with Alexander Colyer. Here Alexander transfers his half of the joint grant along with other property to Ned Modrell. Ned was in timber business and later sells some land to saw mill on Cumberland River.
|189||1857 Charles Edgar Curtis and wife Maria sell an Oxford NY house on Catskill Rd|
|190||1857 John Colyer JR estate ordered sale Pulaski circuit court|
John Gover, evidently court appointed adminsitrator of estate, lawsuit to sell 240 acres apparently the property that John Colyer Jr. purchased from John Long on Cumberland river right before both of their deaths for $2400. Evidently was coal land, that evidence shows may later have been purchased by Cornelius Doolin who was in coal biz with John Colyer Sr. Doolin also purchased the coal lands from John Colyer Sr. estate.
|191||1857 Pulaski County deed: Lindsey R Colyer house lot Main Street Seminary Street|
|192||1858 Charles E. Curtis and wife Maria sell house in Oxford NY|
|193||1858 John Colyer estate pulaski county circuit court appoints commissioner to sell|
John Colyer heirs vs. Cyrenius Wait
|194||1858 October 4, John Colyer Sr estate lawsuit administrator vs heirs to sell|
|195||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.
|196||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.
|197||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.
|198||1859 John Long estate gives title to 240 acres on Cumerland River to John Colyer Jr. heirs|
purchase price was $2400
|199||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.
|200||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.