BOONE3,401 died Unknown.3
He is reference number 73592. Parents: Jonathan BOONE and Unknown
Daniel BOONE3,405,426 was born WFT Est 1751-1780.3,405,426 He died WFT Est 1757-1859.3,405,426 He is reference number 79927. Parents: Jonathan BOONE and Mary CARTER.
Daniel BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1770-1809.3,426 He died WFT Est 1779-1886.3,426 He is reference number 80183. Parents: William BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1770-1809.3,426 He died WFT Est 1779-1886.3,426 He is reference number 80212. Parents: Thomas BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1780-1823.3,426 He died WFT Est 1789-1899.3,426 He is reference number 80314.
married the granddaughter of Lemuel Thompson Parents: Isaiah BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1769-1798.3,426 He died WFT Est 1775-1877.3,426 He is reference number 80397. Parents: Jesse BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,401,405 was born on 14 Jul 1734.3,405 He died on 26 Sep 1820 in St. Charles, Missouri.3,426 He was also known as Daniel Morgan Boone Sr..3,426 He is reference number 95856.
Last Days And Death Of Daniel Boone, Kentucky's Great Pioneer
Old Pioneer Died Peacefully At Son's Home In Missouri In 1820
By C. L. S. - Ca. 1900
Every student of American history is familiar with the life and career of Daniel Boone, who opened up to settlement and civilization an extent of territory that is now an empire in wealth and resources. To do this he braved the wild animals in their native haunts, and grappled hand to hand in bloody combats with the still wilder red man of the forest, waging a relentless warfare against the latter until the advance of the tide of civilization drove him beyond the reach of his unerring rifle. His efforts were not in vain, and in his declining years he saw settlements spring up around him as at the magic touch of Aladdin's lamp, and where only a short period before was heard the sharp scream of the catamount, or the still more blood-curdling warwhoop of the Indian, now resounded the peaceful hum of industries of agriculture and commerce.
At last came old age and death, and we find him at this point settled in the state of Missouri. The closing years of his life were devoted to the society of his neighbors, his children, and grandchildren, of whom he was very fond. After the death of his wife, which event occurred March 18, 1813, wishing to be near her grave, he removed from his son Nathan's, on Femme Osage Creek, where they had lived several years before, and made his home with his eldest daughter, Mrs. Flanders Calloway; who lived with her husband and family on Teuque Creek, near the spot where Mrs. Boone was buried.
Flanders Calloway had removed from Kentucky to Missouri shortly before the purchase of the territory by the United States, and had received a grant of land from the Spanish Government.
Frequent visits were made by the old pioneer to the homes of his other children, and his coming was always made an occasion of an ovation to "Grandfather," as he was affectionately named by his grandchildren, who loved him dearly. Wherever he chanced to be, he was never idle, and his time was always employed at some useful occupation. He made powder-horns for his grandchildren and neighbors, carving and ornamenting many of them with much skill and taste. He also repaired rifles, and performed other kinds of handicraft with neatness and finish.
During the latter part of the year 1820, he was seized with a severe attack of fever which confined him to his bed for some time at Flanders Callaway's, but he rallied and was able to pay his accustomed visit to his son, Maj. Nathan Boone, on Femme Osage Creek. The children of the latter went wild over their beloved grandfather, and everything possible was done to make his visit agreeable, and to render him comfortable.
For a few days he was happy in their society, and his genial disposition and pleasant manners diffused joy and gladness throughout the entire household. His true character was never manifested in the presence of strangers, before whom he always appeared somewhat reserved, but in the company of his relatives or intimate acquaintances he was the soul of good humor and geniality. One day a dish of baked sweet potatoes, of which he was passionately fond, was prepared for him. He ate heartily of them and soon after had an attack of stomach trouble from which he never recovered. He continued to grow worse and after about four days' illness, expired on the 26th of September, 1820, in the 86th year of his age.
He died peacefully, without a single fear of death or doubts about a future existence. He had never made any profession of religion or united with any church, but his entire life was a beautiful example of the golden rule: "Do unto others as you would that they should do to you."
In a letter to one of his sisters a short time before his death, he said that "he had always tried to live as an honest and conscientious man should and was perfectly willing to surrender his soul to a just God." His mind was not such as could lean upon any one creed, but one that required a well considered reason for everything, and he died the death of a philosopher rather than that of a Christian. His death was quiet, peaceful, and serene. It has often been stated that he died at a deer "lick," with his rifle in his hands, watching for deer, and again that he died in a log cabin, as he had lived, but this was not correct, as the venerable old pioneer expired in the neat and substantial stone house of his son, Major Nathan Boone, and the building is still standing to bear truth to the assertion.
The remains of the departed pioneer were sorrowfully placed in a coffin that he had himself made and conveyed the next day to the home of Flanders Calloway. The news of his death had spread rapidly, and a vast concourse of people collected on the day of the funeral to pay their last respects to the distinguished and beloved dead.
The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. James Craig, a son-in-law of Major Nathan Boone; and the house being too small to accommodate the people the remains were carried to the large barn near the house, into which the large assemblage crowded to listen to the funeral services.
At their close the body was borne to the cemetery and deposited in the grave that had been prepared for it, close by the side of Mrs. Boone. At the time of Boone's death the Constitutional Convention of Missouri was in session at St. Louis, and upon the receipt of the intelligence a resolution was offered by Hon. Benjamin Emmons, that the members wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days, in respect to the memory of the deceased, and adjourn for one day. The resolution was unanimously adopted.
In the year of 1845 a new cemetery was dedicated by the citizens of Frankfort, Kentucky, and it was proposed to consecrate the ground by interring therein the bodies of Daniel Boone and his devoted wife, that had slumbered together in the sacred spot prepared by loving hands, on the banks of the Missouri, for a quarter of a century. The Kentucky Legislature appointed a committee to supervise the removal of the remains, and in the succeeding summer these gentlemen visited St. Louis and made known their mission, and were conducted by a delegation of citizens to the site of the interment.
The graves were situated upon land belonging to Mr. Harvey Griswold, who at first objected to their removal, as he intended to build a monument over them and beautify the place. He was supported in his objections by a number of influential citizens, who claimed that Missouri had as much right to the remains of Daniel Boone as Kentucky, especially as the old pioneer had selected the locations of his grave, and had given such particular instructions about being buried there.
The gentlemen from Kentucky finally carried their point, and on the 17th of July 1845, the remains of Boone and his wife were removed from their graves. The remains were placed in new coffins prepared for their reception, and conveyed to Kentucky, where they were re-interred, with appropriate ceremonies, in the cemetery at Frankfort, on the 20th of August 1845. A vast concourse of people from all parts of the state collected to witness the ceremonies. An ovation was delivered by Hon. John J. Crittenden, and Joseph B. Wells, of Missouri, made an appropriate address. A beautiful monument was erected over the graves of Boone and his wife a few years after their re-interment, on the four squares of which were carved scenes representing his conflicts with the Indians.
Kentucky pioneer, Revolutionary soldier, path finder, Kentucky legislator
fourth son and sixth child
Commandant and Judge Advocate under the Spanish government in Missouri
commissioned colonel by Lord Dunmore, the last Colonial Governor of Virginia Parents: Squire BOONE and Sarah MORGAN.
Spouse: Rebecca BRYAN. Daniel BOONE and Rebecca BRYAN were married on 14 Aug 1756 in Bryants Station, Kentucky.3,426 Reference Number:1213877 Children were: Israel BOONE, James BOONE, Sussannah BOONE, Jemima BOONE, Levina BOONE, Rebecca BOONE, Daniel Morgan BOONE Jr., Jesse Bryan BOONE, William BOONE, Nathan BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,426 was born in 1796 in Boone's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky.3,426 He died in Nov 1879 in Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80795.
Facts about this person:
buried in O'Gibson Cemetery, Grayson County, Kentucky Parents: George BOONE and Martha HAZELRIGG.
Spouse: Mahala WELLS. Daniel BOONE and Mahala WELLS were married about 1817 in Clark County, Kentucky.3,426 Reference Number:1314675 Children were: Caroline BOONE, John B. BOONE, Mary Ann BOONE, William Bennet BOONE.
Daniel BOONE3,405 was born in 1809.3,405 He died WFT Est 1810-1899.3,405 He is reference number 97491. Parents: Daniel Morgan BOONE Jr. and Sarah Griffin LEWIS.
Daniel David BOONE3,426 was born on 30 Mar 1930.3,426 He died on 25 Mar 1931.3,426 He is reference number 81062.
buried in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Leitchfield, Kentucky Parents: Carl H. BOONE and Beulah LITSEY.
Daniel Edward BOONE3,426 was born on 10 Jul 1854.3,426 He died on 26 Nov 1940 in Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80894.
buried in McCandless Cemetery, Grayson County, Kentucky Parents: William Bennet BOONE and Mary Ann PRUNTY.
Spouse: Sarah Jane MCDANIEL. Daniel Edward BOONE and Sarah Jane MCDANIEL were married WFT Est 1875-1898.3,426 Reference Number:1316708 Children were: Charles Thomas BOONE, Mary J. BOONE, Elbert Estil BOONE, Mattie BOONE, Ideller BOONE, George Jackson BOONE, Eddie BOONE, Enoch BOONE, Pearl BOONE.
Daniel Forest BOONE3,426 was born on 14 May 1888.3,426 He died on 12 May 1974 in Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80934.
buried in McCandless Cemetery, Grayson County, Kentucky Parents: John Wallace BOONE and Virginia CUMMINGS.
Spouse: Snowy Inez SHAW. Daniel Forest BOONE and Snowy Inez SHAW were married on 25 Dec 1907 in Pine Knob Primitive Baptist Church, Pine Knob, Grayson County, KY.3,426 Reference Number:1317441 Children were: Living BOONE, Living BOONE, Living BOONE, Living BOONE, William Hollis BOONE, Hobert Hillary BOONE, Ada Louise BOONE, Kenneth Kermit BOONE, Leon BOONE.
He was born on 23 Dec 1769 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.3,426 He died on 13 Jul 1839 in Jackson, Missouri.3,426 He was also known as Daniel Boone.3,401 He was also known as Daniel Morgan Boone.3,405 He is reference number 79944. Parents: Daniel BOONE and Rebecca BRYAN.
Spouse: Sarah Griffin LEWIS. They were married WFT Est 1798-1827.3,405 Reference Number:1301159 Children were: John W. BOONE, Nathan BOONE, Daniel BOONE, Lindsey BOONE, Edward H. BOONE, Elizabeth Levica BOONE, Alonzo Havington BOONE, James BOONE, Milton L. BOONE, Cassandra BOONE, Morgan BOONE, Napoleon BOONE.
David Crockett BOONE3,426 was born on 29 Mar 1846 in Daviess County, Kentucky.3,426 He died on 5 Jan 1911 in Van Horn, Texas.3,426 He is reference number 81124.
buried in Santa Anna, Texas Parents: George Washington BOONE and Persis H. KARN.
David Crockett BOONE3,426 was born on 20 Apr 1868 in Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He died on 18 Jan 1930 in Louisville, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80859.
buried in the Methodist Church Cemetery, Kessinger, Hart County, Kentucky Parents: George C. BOONE and Mary Ann BOONE.
Deborah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1748-1777.3,426 She died WFT Est 1753-1859.3,426 She is reference number 79886. Parents: Josaih BOONE Sr. and Hannah HENTON.
Deborah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1755-1784.3,426 She died WFT Est 1771-1866.3,426 She is reference number 79902. Parents: Hezekiah BOONE Sr..
Deborah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1773-1816.3,426 She died WFT Est 1791-1895.3,426 She is reference number 80248. Parents: Josiah BOONE Jr..
Deborah BOONE3,426 was born in Feb 1720 in Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania.3,426 She died WFT Est 1745-1814.3,426 She is reference number 79300. Parents: George BOONE IV and Deborah HOWELL.
Spouse: Joseph BENNET. Joseph BENNET and Deborah BOONE were married in May 1739.3,426 Reference Number:1289781 Children were: Esther BENNETT, Mary BENNETT, Deborah BENNETT, Abijah BENNETT, Hannah BENNETT, Jacob BENNETT, George BENNETT, Joseph BENNETT, Jane BENNETT.
Delinda BOONE3,405 was born WFT Est 1801-1828.3,405 She died WFT Est 1818-1911.3,405 She is reference number 97409. Parents: Nathan BOONE and Olive VAN BIBBER.
Diadama BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1781-1809.3,426 She died WFT Est 1786-1891.3,426 She is reference number 80472.
sex unknown Parents: Squire BOONE and Anna GRUBBS.
Dinah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1727-1755.3,426 She died WFT Est 1749-1837.3,426 She is reference number 79831. Parents: Benjamin BOONE and Ann FARMER.
Spouse: Benjamin TALLMAN. Benjamin TALLMAN and Dinah BOONE were married on 9 Nov.3,426 Reference Number:1299226 Children were: William TALLMAN, Patience TALLMAN, Sarah TALLMAN, James TALLMAN, Samuel TALLMAN, Thomas TALLMAN, Benjamin TALLMAN, Annah TALLMAN, Ann TALLMAN, Susanna TALLMAN, Mary TALLMAN, John TALLMAN.
Dinah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1730-1759.3,426 She died WFT Est 1735-1841.3,426 She is reference number 79842. Parents: James BOONE and Anne GRIFFITH.
Dinah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1751-1780.3,426 She died WFT Est 1767-1862 in San Antonio, Texas.3,426 She is reference number 79928.
mother could be Elizabeth Dagley Parents: Jonathan BOONE and Mary CARTER.
Dinah BOONE3,426 was born on 29 Jan 1722 in Exeter, Berks County, Pennsylvania.3,426 She died WFT Est 1761-1817.3,426 She is reference number 79301. Parents: George BOONE IV and Deborah HOWELL.
Eddie BOONE3,426 was born in Jun 1895 in Kentucky.3,426 He died WFT Est 1896-1985.3,426 He is reference number 80911. Parents: Daniel Edward BOONE and Sarah Jane MCDANIEL.
Edward BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1773-1816.3,426 He died WFT Est 1782-1892.3,426 He is reference number 80257.
questionable relationship Parents: Josiah BOONE Jr..
Edward BOONE3,401,405,426 was born in 1783.3,426 He died in Aug 1869.3,426 He is reference number 96027. Parents: George BOONE and Ann Nancy LINVILLE.
Edward BOONE3,426 was born in Apr 1867 in Kentucky.3,426 He died in 1918 in Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80841.
buried in Little Flock Cemetery, Grayson County, Kentucky Parents: John B. BOONE and Lucinda WELLS.
Edward D. BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1774-1817.3,426 He died WFT Est 1783-1893.3,426 He is reference number 80456. Parents: Levi BOONE.
Edward H. BOONE3,405 was born in 1813.3,405 He died in 1860.3,405 He is reference number 97494. Parents: Daniel Morgan BOONE Jr. and Sarah Griffin LEWIS.
Edward Ned BOONE3,405 was born on 30 Mar 1740.3,401,405 He died in 1780.3,405 He was also known as Edward Boone.3,401,426 He is reference number 95857. Parents: Squire BOONE and Sarah MORGAN.
Effie F. BOONE3,426 was born in Nov 1885 in Kentucky.3,426 She died WFT Est 1886-1979.3,426 She is reference number 80920. Parents: Charles William BOONE and Cynthia Irene HOWARD.
Elbert Estil BOONE3,426 was born on 1 Jan 1885 in Spring Lick, Grayson County, Kentucky.3,426 He died on 24 Nov 1932 in Owensboro, Kentucky.3,426 He is reference number 80901.
buried in McCandless Cemetery, Grayson County, Kentucky Parents: Daniel Edward BOONE and Sarah Jane MCDANIEL.
Elda BOONE3,426 was born on 25 Sep 1870 in Kentucky.3,426 She died on 23 Apr 1938.3,426 She is reference number 81091. Parents: William Bennet BOONE and Mary Ann PRUNTY.
Elijah BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1773-1816.3,426 He died WFT Est 1782-1892.3,426 He is reference number 80261. Parents: Jeremiah BOONE.
Elinor BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1775-1804.3,426 She died WFT Est 1791-1885.3,426 She is reference number 80414. Parents: Jonathan BOONE.
Eliza BOONE3,426 was born in 1849 in Kentucky.3,426 She died before 1898.3,426 She is reference number 80823. Parents: John B. BOONE and Lucinda WELLS.
Eliza Jane BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1780-1823.3,426 She died WFT Est 1798-1902.3,426 She is reference number 80308. Parents: Isaiah BOONE.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1725-1754.3,426 She died WFT Est 1730-1836.3,426 She is reference number 79823. Parents: Joseph Boon BOONE and Catherine HUGHES.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1755-1784.3,426 She died WFT Est 1771-1866.3,426 She is reference number 79900. Parents: Hezekiah BOONE Sr..
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1749-1778.3,426 She died WFT Est 1765-1860.3,426 She is reference number 79919. Parents: Samuel BOONE and Sarah DAY.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1750-1793.3,426 She died WFT Est 1769-1872.3,426 She is reference number 80014. Parents: Hugh BOONE.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1747-1789.3,426 She died WFT Est 1765-1869.3,426 She is reference number 80035. Parents: John BOONE Sr..
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1746-1790.3,426 She died WFT Est 1770-1868.3,426 She is reference number 80105. Parents: Moses BOONE.
Spouse: Hezekiah BOONE. Hezekiah BOONE and Elizabeth BOONE were married WFT Est 1766-1814.3,426 Reference Number:1300047 Children were: Polly BOONE, Patty BOONE, William BOONE, George BOONE, Newton BOONE, Sally BOONE, Nancy BOONE, Milton BOONE, Lurissa BOONE, Hannah BOONE, John BOONE, Judah BOONE, Isaiah BOONE, Elizabeth BOONE.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1757-1786.3,426 She died WFT Est 1773-1867.3,426 She is reference number 80116. Parents: Samuel BOONE Jr. and Jane HUGHES.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1756-1791.3,426 She died WFT Est 1773-1872.3,426 She is reference number 80119. Parents: Isaiah BOONE. Parents: Isaiah BOONE.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1770-1809.3,426 She died WFT Est 1779-1889.3,426 She is reference number 80234. Parents: Hezekiah BOONE and Elizabeth BOONE.
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1780-1823.3,426 She died WFT Est 1789-1902.3,426 She is reference number 80304. Parents: Solomon BOONE Sr..
Elizabeth BOONE3,426 was born WFT Est 1779-1808.3,426 She died WFT Est 1795-1890.3,426 She is reference number 80729. Parents: Joseph BOONE and Rebecca FRY.
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