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1 335  documents  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.  2022-06-13 03:24:39 
2 288  documents  1830 Pulaski County KY census extract  Shows John Collier. The pulaski county census only shows 2 colliers there in 1830, John and Charles. John had large household. See book on site of circuit rider methodist preacher Landrum, who says stayed at Collier's after preaching at William Sears, who lived near the Hails (see 1830 sears census) , my guess across cumberland river from John Collier. Also shows aged female(presumed mother of John Colyer) living in household.  2022-05-29 07:54:44 
3 288  documents  1830 Pulaski County KY census extract  Shows John Collier. The pulaski county census only shows 2 colliers there in 1830, John and Charles. John had large household. See book on site of circuit rider methodist preacher Landrum, who says stayed at Collier's after preaching at William Sears, who lived near the Hails (see 1830 sears census) , my guess across cumberland river from John Collier. Also shows aged female(presumed mother of John Colyer) living in household.  2022-05-29 07:54:44 
4 134  documents  William Colyar related Power Attorney Alexander Colyar  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, (here in faster loading djvu format) shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-29 07:39:30 
5 134  documents  William Colyar related Power Attorney Alexander Colyar  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, (here in faster loading djvu format) shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-29 07:39:30 
6 134  documents  William Colyar related Power Attorney Alexander Colyar  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, (here in faster loading djvu format) shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-29 07:39:30 
7 134  documents  William Colyar related Power Attorney Alexander Colyar  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, (here in faster loading djvu format) shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-29 07:39:30 
8 1078  documents  Soule's Chapel history  Commonwealth Journal article 1978 written by Hazel Ledford  2022-05-28 03:37:11 
9 1077  documents  John Vaughan family tree  Thanks to Martha Larson Wells for this drawing of a family tree descending from John Vaughan. It was prepared by Ada Vaughan Waite.  2022-05-17 06:43:50 
10 1076  documents  Obituary Sarah Eva Owens Vaughan  Thanks to Ms. Martha Larson Wells, grand-daughter to Ada Vaughan Waite for this document.  2022-05-17 03:05:21 
11 1073  documents  Samuel Vaughan and wife Mourning Hope genealogy  Depew family research including much on Vaughan family. Warning large 52 meg file.  2022-05-13 03:36:19 
12 1073  documents  Samuel Vaughan and wife Mourning Hope genealogy  Depew family research including much on Vaughan family. Warning large 52 meg file.  2022-05-13 03:36:19 
13 1073  documents  Samuel Vaughan and wife Mourning Hope genealogy  Depew family research including much on Vaughan family. Warning large 52 meg file.  2022-05-13 03:36:19 
14 1073  documents  Samuel Vaughan and wife Mourning Hope genealogy  Depew family research including much on Vaughan family. Warning large 52 meg file.  2022-05-13 03:36:19 
15 150  documents  John Colyer 1830 Pulaski County census (djvu format)  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-07 02:05:29 
16 150  documents  John Colyer 1830 Pulaski County census (djvu format)  I had searched for gravesite of William Colyar and his wife, Nancy Ann in east Tennessee. It is reported that he died in 1819. However, a power of attorney made by Alexander Colyar of Winchester TN (Father of Arthur St. Claire Colyer) appointing his son, George Thompson Colyer, as power of attorney recorded in Pulaski County Ky, shows that William and his wife Nancy lived in Pulaski County KY at the time of their death The power of attorney in 1839 (year of Nancy Agnes Annís death) was to collect Alexanderís share of estate. Since only son I know of in Pulaski County Ky is John Colyer, I suppose that William and Nancy, must have moved to live with John Colyer of Pulaski County Ky so John could care for them in their elder years. This is supported by the 1830 U.S. Census that shows a female age 60-70 years old living with John. Johnís mother Agnes Nancy Ann St. Clair Colyar would have been 70 years old in 1830. His father, William, died in 1819 but his mother did not die until 1839. The elderly lady living in the household would not be John mother-in-law, Mrs. Purvis, as both of Johnís parents-in-law were living at the time with Old Mr. Purvis not dying until 1840 or so and Old Mrs. Purvis not until 1852. This indicates that perhaps John Colyer was the closest son capable of financially being able to care for his parents in later years. The power of attorney indicates that both William and Nancy Colyar died in Pulaski County KY. My guess is that they may be buried in some of the unmarked graves in the Jugornot region of Pulaski County as this is where John Colyer had property at Buck Creek on the Cumberland River before moving to the Pittman Creek property in Ruth Kentucky area in 1842.  2022-05-07 02:05:29 
17 270  documents  Virginia map of counties 1750-1805  Map showing historic progression of counties in late 18th century. This helps in understanding deeds, etc. on site.  2022-05-07 01:55:06 
18 270  documents  Virginia map of counties 1750-1805  Map showing historic progression of counties in late 18th century. This helps in understanding deeds, etc. on site.  2022-05-07 01:55:06 
19 270  documents  Virginia map of counties 1750-1805  Map showing historic progression of counties in late 18th century. This helps in understanding deeds, etc. on site.  2022-05-07 01:55:06 
20 28  documents  McDonough NY tax assessment registers   Some McDonough NY tax assessment registers ( 1819 to 1863) from Town Clerk (obtained 2002 from town historian) showing Seth Curtis land and assessment.  2022-05-07 01:39:12 
21 1070  documents  John Carpenter Curtis family bible.pdf    2022-05-07 00:45:10 
22 1070  documents  John Carpenter Curtis family bible.pdf    2022-05-07 00:45:10 
23 1069  documents  Mary Jane Newell married to Cyrenius Wait family source    2022-02-26 07:21:14 
24 1069  documents  Mary Jane Newell married to Cyrenius Wait family source    2022-02-26 07:21:14 
25 880  documents  Mrs Cyrenius Wait dead 1898    2022-02-26 07:02:33 
26 880  documents  Mrs Cyrenius Wait dead 1898    2022-02-26 07:02:33 
27 968  documents  William Wait diary 1818 news article  Upon arrival in Somerset, he describes it as a row of cabins on road at Pitman Creek. This leads me to believe he came via Salt Works Road (now Hwy 192) from London KY area to intersection at Pitman Creek. In old times, the road turned there Whitley Road (current Clay Hill Rd) to head over to what is now Rush Branch Rd (formerly Whitley Rd) where Cyrenius Wait was living next to the Colyers according to deeds on this site.  2022-02-26 05:10:22 
28 1066  documents  1848 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou , Levi Ballou   James on Eagle creek, but now Levi goes to Beaver Creek, which in modern times empties into the Cumberland River from the south. Modern Beaver creek is directly south of Poplarville and Bear Wallow on the north side of the Cumberland River. Based on 1834 maps on this site, the north of Cumberland River Beaver Creek, is now known as Buck Creek.  2022-02-26 04:56:52 
29 1066  documents  1848 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou , Levi Ballou   James on Eagle creek, but now Levi goes to Beaver Creek, which in modern times empties into the Cumberland River from the south. Modern Beaver creek is directly south of Poplarville and Bear Wallow on the north side of the Cumberland River. Based on 1834 maps on this site, the north of Cumberland River Beaver Creek, is now known as Buck Creek.  2022-02-26 04:56:52 
30 668  documents  1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute  Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. Note the economic devastation on land values during Civil War in Pulaski County. Land purchased for $1 per acre in 1857, sold at 20 cents an acre at auction in 1869. 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. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Colyer family friend, Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer.  2022-02-26 04:53:25 
31 668  documents  1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute  Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. Note the economic devastation on land values during Civil War in Pulaski County. Land purchased for $1 per acre in 1857, sold at 20 cents an acre at auction in 1869. 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. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Colyer family friend, Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer.  2022-02-26 04:53:25 
32 668  documents  1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute  Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. Note the economic devastation on land values during Civil War in Pulaski County. Land purchased for $1 per acre in 1857, sold at 20 cents an acre at auction in 1869. 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. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Colyer family friend, Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer.  2022-02-26 04:53:25 
33 668  documents  1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute  Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. Note the economic devastation on land values during Civil War in Pulaski County. Land purchased for $1 per acre in 1857, sold at 20 cents an acre at auction in 1869. 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. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Colyer family friend, Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer.  2022-02-26 04:53:25 
34 668  documents  1869 Kentucky Court Appeals case land dispute  Involves Cyrenius Waite, Lindsey Colyer, Samuel Black. Note the economic devastation on land values during Civil War in Pulaski County. Land purchased for $1 per acre in 1857, sold at 20 cents an acre at auction in 1869. 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. See 1865 deed under John Colyer, where heirs all sell their 1/17th interest in farm at Pitman Creek to Andrew Warren. Colyer family friend, Cyrenius Waite, appears to have again intervened in Colyer land as he did for Bluford Colyer...see deeds under Bluford Colyer.  2022-02-26 04:53:25 
35 632  documents  1930 census: Henry & Samantha Warren, son Andrew Moses Warren (widower) and daughter Geneva  Shows Moses Warren born about 1883. (WWI registration shows dob 12/24/1883) So he was same age as Sam Colyer up the road in 1900 who lived on Pitman Rd at Cherry Grove school. Where they playmates in school era ? Max Lay reports that Sam told him he went to Warren house (formerly Sam's father's house before Warrens purchased) in the summer.  2022-02-14 02:51:09 
36 632  documents  1930 census: Henry & Samantha Warren, son Andrew Moses Warren (widower) and daughter Geneva  Shows Moses Warren born about 1883. (WWI registration shows dob 12/24/1883) So he was same age as Sam Colyer up the road in 1900 who lived on Pitman Rd at Cherry Grove school. Where they playmates in school era ? Max Lay reports that Sam told him he went to Warren house (formerly Sam's father's house before Warrens purchased) in the summer.  2022-02-14 02:51:09 
37 632  documents  1930 census: Henry & Samantha Warren, son Andrew Moses Warren (widower) and daughter Geneva  Shows Moses Warren born about 1883. (WWI registration shows dob 12/24/1883) So he was same age as Sam Colyer up the road in 1900 who lived on Pitman Rd at Cherry Grove school. Where they playmates in school era ? Max Lay reports that Sam told him he went to Warren house (formerly Sam's father's house before Warrens purchased) in the summer.  2022-02-14 02:51:09 
38 632  documents  1930 census: Henry & Samantha Warren, son Andrew Moses Warren (widower) and daughter Geneva  Shows Moses Warren born about 1883. (WWI registration shows dob 12/24/1883) So he was same age as Sam Colyer up the road in 1900 who lived on Pitman Rd at Cherry Grove school. Where they playmates in school era ? Max Lay reports that Sam told him he went to Warren house (formerly Sam's father's house before Warrens purchased) in the summer.  2022-02-14 02:51:09 
39 1067  documents  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.  2022-02-13 07:42:29 
40 1067  documents  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.  2022-02-13 07:42:29 
41 1067  documents  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.  2022-02-13 07:42:29 
42 1068  documents  1852 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou  On the Big South Fork of Cumberland River, what became Point Isabel and later Burnside  2022-02-13 07:39:39 
43 1065  documents  1847 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou; Levi Ballou  Eagle Creek  2022-02-13 07:12:48 
44 1065  documents  1847 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou; Levi Ballou  Eagle Creek  2022-02-13 07:12:48 
45 1064  documents  1847 Pulaski County KY tax records: Meredith Ballou  Eagle Creek  2022-02-13 07:11:20 
46 1063  documents  1845 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou  500 acres on Eagle creek, now with Levi Ballou  2022-02-13 07:09:24 
47 1063  documents  1845 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou  500 acres on Eagle creek, now with Levi Ballou  2022-02-13 07:09:24 
48 1062  documents  1844 Pulaski County KY tax records: James Larkin Ballou  Morgan's creek  2022-02-13 07:07:31 
49 1061  documents  1843 Pulaski County Tax records: James Larkin Ballou  Eagle Creek area  2022-02-13 07:04:21 
50 1060  documents  1837 Pulaski County tax records: James Larkin Ballou  On Eagle Creek area between Sawyer Ky and Cumberland Falls  2022-02-13 07:02:22 


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