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|701||John Wesley Colyer born 1883 of Nevada|
Marriage record in Montana. He was son of Samuel Black Colyer
|702||John Wesley Colyer in Confederate Military History|
Status: LocatedAs possible evidence of William Colyar being a soldier in the Revolutionary War, see the write up of his grandson, John Wesley Colyer of Pulaski County Ky, in the 1987 edition of "Confederate Military History". John Wesley Colyer was the son of John Colyer born 1781 who was son of William Colyar. The Confederate Military History says that John Colyer born 1781 and was of Revolutionary ancestry. John Colyer born 1781’s mother was Angus Nancy St. Clair, daughter of Charles St. Clair. Since Charles St. Clair died in 1768, it was not him that had Revolutionary War connection. So it could be John’s father, William Colyar born 1754, died 1819.
|703||John Wesley Colyer Jr. bio Confederate Veteran|
Organized the 6th Kentucky Calvary Confederate army, road many years with John Hunt Morgan
|704||John Wesley Colyer of 1834 pension application|
Status: LocatedJohn Wesley Colyer of 1834 pension application made by his wife Mary Lowman Colyer 1910
|705||John Wesley Colyer pension affidavit|
Status: LocatedJohn Wesley Colyer pension affidavit Made by John May of Somerset Kentucky in support of his widow, Mary Lowman Colyer, Pension application for Civil War service
|706||Journal of Johan Peter Salling|
First hand account from memory of the adventure taken with Charles St. Clair (Sinclair, Sinkler) in 1742
|707||JP Colyer 1896 delegate to political convention KY|
Louisville Courier Journal 5/31/1896
|708||Juey Reynolds Curtis Obit|
Somerset Ky Commonwealth Newspaper 03/31/1937. Note that it mentions a sister named Bertha Gooch. I found this "GOOCH, Bertha (REYNOLDS), Born ABT 1875 in Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Died ABT 1948 in Kentucky"
|709||Juey Reynolds heirs/children intestate record|
|710||Jugornot area of Pulaski County TOPO map|
Status: LocatedYou must download and install the special Deju browser plug in from here to read this . Jugornot area of Pulaski County concerning Bluford Colyer—son of John Colyer
|711||Julia Ackley Curtis death notice August 1899|
Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky. Mentions was sunday school teach in Waynesburg 15 years. Dropsy: An old term for the swelling of soft tissues due to the accumulation of excess water. In years gone by, a person might have been said to have dropsy. Today one would be more descriptive and specify the cause. Thus, the person might have edema due to congestive heart failure.
|712||Julia O'Donnell Colyer 1940|
Still in Cambridge Mass. with children of Payton Colyer
|713||June Avera Girdler Obit|
|714||June Avera wedding 1951|
|715||Kate Houston obit|
Daughter of Sarah Colyar, sister to Arthur St. Clair Colyar. Sam Houston descendant.
|716||Kentucky Land Grants price and history|
discusses particulars of various Ky land grants
|717||Kentucky University history|
John Carpenter Curtis college for accounting degree
|718||Ky Adjutant General report Civil War Confederates: John Wesley Colyer|
|719||Land grant 1840 Cyrenius Waite|
land on Whitley road (now thought to be hwy 192) between Pitman Creek and Buck Creek and borders with Collier/Colyer. 600 Acres. Based on county road orders citing Charles Colyer out current hwy192, this collier thought to be Charles Colyer. See 1781 John Colyer page where document of the 1835 Ky Legislature Act whereby 10,000 acres vacant land available for warrants sale to raise money for road from Somerset to Coal Lands. In 2023 after research, this 1835 Act thought to be for what Pulaski County Road orders called the Whitley road that other court orders reveals to be current hwy 192(See road orders 1825 etc under John Colyer that shows his former farm owner John Langdon idendified on the Whitley Road).
|720||Last Will and Testament of Charles Sinclair (St. Clair, Sinkler)|
Transcription found on another descendant's web site; Note a witness to will in Orange County NC being a Joseph Lester. See the Reminescenses of Octigenarian book for Lester Family back in Holston area of Virginia by 1783.
|721||Lavonia Bradshaw obit|
Mother to Mary Wells Vaughan Curtis
|722||Leemon Green Obit|
|723||Leone Colyer death Certificate 1953 Texas|
|724||Leone Colyer Funeral|
Leone Colyer funeral program for funeral held at her home in Somerset Ky
|725||Lera Colyer 1935 Speed Museum, Louisville|
Louisville Courier Journal 9/29/1935 page 9
|726||Lera Colyer exhibit, Chicago Tribune|
|727||Lera Colyer in Chicago 1947|
Louisville Courier Journal 3/30/1947
|728||Lera Colyer opens Art Shop Richmond Ky 1930|
Somerset Ky The Commonwealth newspaper 11/12/1930
|729||Lera Colyer painting 1936|
Louisville Courier Journal 5/8/1936
|730||Lera Colyer painting award Ky Womens Club|
Lousiville Courier Journal 5/17/1936
|731||Lera Colyer, Chicago public library artist profile archives|
Lera handwritten 1960 profile
|732||Lera Colyer, Chicago Tribune 1969 art fair|
|733||Lera Colyer: 1944 article citing work with Maholy-Nagy in Chicago|
Louisville Courier Journal 9/10/1944
|734||Letter from War Dept in 1903 concerning Charles Curtis|
Status: LocatedLetter from War Dept in 1903 concerning Charles Curtis who died in Civil War and his related pension info. Original letter in possession of Arlene Gardner Hull in Cincinnatus NY in 2006
|735||Letter from War Dept to Mrs. A.E. Hart re: John Colyar|
predecessor to National Archives, the war deptartment replying to colyar researcher in 1925 concerning Revolutionary war record pension for disability of John Collier/Colyar born 1744.
|736||Lewis family 1930 census|
|737||Lily (Mrs. John p Colyer) Colyer Obit|
Mother of Lera Colyer, Somerset Ky The Commonwealth 01/27/1937
|738||Lincoln County District map 1937|
This map is to show where District 69 is located that is referenced on the 1880 census Lincoln County showing John T Curtis. Census says was in district 69. This map shows that the district was around Waynesburg KY. See that John T Curtis first grandchild (Edna daughter of Fred P Curtis) is buried in Double Springs Cemetery. Double Springs Baptist church was just south of this cemetery til 1889 per church history
|739||Lincoln County Kentucky (predecessor to Pulaski, Rockcastle etc counties) tax records from 1790-1810 era|
|740||Lincoln County KY book: Reynolds family|
Shows Major Tilden Reynolds as cousin to John Singleton Reynolds who was pastor of DoubleSprings Baptist Church in Waynesburg KY.
|741||Lindsey R. Colyer Mine and Quarry Report 1897|
Shows that Lindsey Randall Colyer evidently owned and operated the coal rights in Juno Ky(what later became known as Ruth Ky). There once was a coal tipple hauling coal down to the Ruth Ky store up through the mid 1950s to the Ruth Ky general store at Pitman Creek and current Hwy 192.
|742||Long Bottom, KY map|
Farm of Samuel and John Vaughan, 250 acres, located at Long Bottom, likely today under water of Lake Cumberland at the Dam, at what was once the north side of Cumberland River.
|743||Louisa Jane Meece Colyer deed|
Status: LocatedHere apparent deeds where the home place of Charles Grenade and Louisa Jane Colyer land is purchased in a deed from a Richardson and a deed from Cyrenius W Colyer to Louisa Jane Meece Colyer.
|744||Louisa Jane Meece Colyer deed from Richardson|
Status: LocatedHere apparent deeds where the home place of Charles Grenade and Louisa Jane Colyer is purchased in a deed from a Richardson
|745||Louisa Jane Meece Colyer Obit|
Somerset Ky The Commonwealth 01/14/1931
|746||Louisa Jane Meece Colyer, Confederate pension application 1912 (large file 9 megs)|
Application papers on deceased husband Charles Granade (CG) Colyer service for Confederate army in Civil War. Shows Roscoe James, Richard Colyer, Mr. Keeney as affiants. Handwritten note from Louisa Jane Colyer visiting daughter in Ft. Worth TX. Roscoe James later lived at the corner of Jarvis and E. Mt. Vernon streets in Somerset Ky. He was son-in-law to Louisa Jane Colyer, having married Alma, her daughter. R.S. Keeney, another affiant, was a long time resident of the Ruth community of east Somerset and the person who donated land to Clay Hill Baptist Church for its founding in 1896. Richmond Keeney was a founding trustee of Clay Hill Baptist Church.
|747||Lucy Alma Colyer James- Obituary|
|748||Luther James : obit|
shows parents and siblings
|749||Lydia Elizabeth Colyer death certificate 1910|
|750||Lydia Elizabeth Colyer Obituary Reno Nevada|