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# Description Notes Last Modified Date Person ID Tree Last Name First Name Living Tree
1 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  I3126  colyer  St. Clair  Charles (Sinclair)  colyer 
2 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  I1027  colyer  Colyer  John  colyer 
3 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  I1030  colyer  St. Clair  Agnus "Nancy" Ann  colyer 
4 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  I1029  colyer  Colyar  William  colyer 
5 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  I1030  colyer  St. Clair  Agnus "Nancy" Ann  colyer 
6 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  I1356  colyer  Colyer  George Thompson  colyer 
7 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  I2783  colyer  Colyar  Alexander  colyer 
8 Soule's Chapel history  Commonwealth Journal article 1978 written by Hazel Ledford  2022-05-28 03:37:11  I1027  colyer  Colyer  John  colyer 
9 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  I0526  curtis  Vaughan  John  curtis 
10 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  I0049  curtis  Owens  Sarah (Eva) Evelyn  curtis 
11 Otha B Vaughan, wife Lavonia Bradshaw, Ada Vaughan Wait and sister  the oldest child is Ada, not sure if younger is Louis or Mary Wells. Thanks to Mrs. Martha Wells, granddaughter of Ada for this photo  2022-05-16 02:08:17  I0027  curtis  Bradshaw  Lavonia  curtis 
12 Otha B Vaughan, wife Lavonia Bradshaw, Ada Vaughan Wait and sister  the oldest child is Ada, not sure if younger is Louis or Mary Wells. Thanks to Mrs. Martha Wells, granddaughter of Ada for this photo  2022-05-16 02:08:17  I0149  curtis  Vaughan  Otha Bradley  curtis 
13 Otha B Vaughan, wife Lavonia Bradshaw, Ada Vaughan Wait and sister  the oldest child is Ada, not sure if younger is Louis or Mary Wells. Thanks to Mrs. Martha Wells, granddaughter of Ada for this photo  2022-05-16 02:08:17  I0327  curtis  Vaughan  Ada  curtis 
14 Ola Colyer  reprint in Somerset KY Commonwealth Journal 05/14/22  2022-05-14 06:25:11  I00641  colyer  Colyer  Ola Marie   colyer 
15 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  I0222  curtis  Vaughan  William  curtis 
16 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  I0526  curtis  Vaughan  John  curtis 
17 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  I1858  curtis  Vaughan  Samuel  curtis 
18 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  I1859  curtis  Hope  Mourning  curtis 
19 Bill Curtis  from Pulaski County KY public library flicker photo collection  2022-05-08 00:44:49  I0393  curtis  Curtis  William C.  curtis 
20 Ruby Curtis  Somerset Commonwealth Journal 05/07/2022  2022-05-07 03:02:32  I0274  curtis  Curtis  Ruby  curtis 
21 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  I1027  colyer  Colyer  John  colyer 
22 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  I1030  colyer  St. Clair  Agnus "Nancy" Ann  colyer 
23 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  I0228  colyer  Colyer  Charles  colyer 
24 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  I0230  colyer  Collier  John  colyer 
25 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  I0870  colyer  Colyar  William  colyer 
26 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  I0423  curtis  Curtis  Seth  curtis 
27 John Carpenter Curtis family bible.pdf    2022-05-07 00:45:10  I0377  curtis  Curtis  John Carpenter  curtis 
28 John Carpenter Curtis family bible.pdf    2022-05-07 00:45:10  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis