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Notes for Pamela (Permelia?) Van Trease

1811 - daughter Pamela born to Frederick Jr & Elizabeth. I have wondered if her name was Permelia instead of Pamela, as the name Permelia was more common at that time in Kentucky. In his book "A Decade of Digging", Robert Van Trees has a question mark by Pamela's name in his list of the children of James Frederick VanTrease, but he lists her as having a birthdate of 1811 and a death date of 1843.

Sept 10, 1812 - Frederick Sr conveyed 40 acres of land in Fleming Co., KY to Frederick Jr. Recorded in the Fleming Co., KY courthouse, Book E, page 148

1820 census Fleming Co., KY
page 35
Keziah Vantrase
1 female over 45
Near household of Peter Dye
page 42
Fredr Vantreese 100010-22201-01
1 male 26-44 (James Frederick, age 44)
1 male under 10 (unknown son, age 5-9)
1 female over 45 (Elizabeth, age 45)
2 females 16-25 (Kesiah, age 18 and Elizabeth, age 16-19)
2 females 10-15 (Margaret, age 13 & Mary Ann, age 11)
2 females under 10 (Pamela, age 9 & Susannah, age 2)
1 person engaged in agriculture
On ancestry.com index as Fred R Vantreese

Sept 9, 1829 - land indenture between Meshack & Elizabeth Browning, Emanuel & Amelia Vantrease (of the state of Ohio) and Allen & Rachel Casky on the one part, and Frederick Vantrease of the Fleming Co., KY on the other part. Frederick paid the others $240 for the undivided interest in "that tract or parcel of land situate and being in the county of Fleming on the waters of Mill Creek, containing eighty three acres and a half, which their ancestor Frederick Vantrease receieved a deed for from Peter Hysong & wife dated the 24th of Sept 1803 and recorded in the clerk's office of the Fleming County Court in Deed book of No. 2, page 370, the said Frederick the elder having by deed dated the 10th of Sept 1812 & recorded in the same office in Book E, page 148, conveyed 40 acres thereof to the Grantee in this deed, and the land hereby conveyed is the undivided interest in the remainder which the grantors hold as heirs of Frederick Vantrease." Signed by Meshack Browning, Elizabeth Browning (her mark), Emanuel Vantrease, Amelia Vantrease, Allen Casky & Rachel Casky (her mark).

1830 Western Division, Fleming Co., KY
Frederick Vantrese
1 male 40-49 (James Frederick, age 54??)
1 male 15-19 (unknown son, age 15-19)
1 female 60-69 (Elizabeth, age 55??)
1 female 10-14 (Susannah, age 12)
On same page and near Barnet Lamar, Lawrence Dye, Daniel Fitzgerald, Eli Hinton
Where is Pamela, age 19??

Sept 10, 1834 - Amelia, Elizabeth & Rachel were examined apart from their husbands and declared that they freely and willingly consented to above deed.

James Frederick died in 1837 in Fleming Co., KY

Where is Elizabeth, age 65, in 1840??