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Eliza Margaret Hubbell

F, #841, b. 28 April 1813, d. 15 March 1896
Eliza Margaret Hubbell|b. 28 Apr 1813\nd. 15 Mar 1896|p29.htm#i841|Levi Hubbell|b. 25 Jan 1776\nd. 28 Jul 1851|p6.htm#i164|Mary Jane Buchanan|b. 4 May 1780\nd. 1 Mar 1867|p6.htm#i176|Justus Hubbell|b. 6 Aug 1732\nd. 1795|p6.htm#i159|Waitstill Bishop|b. 5 Apr 1746\nd. 1797|p6.htm#i160|Robert Buchanan|b. 1742\nd. 5 Feb 1832|p7.htm#i185|Mary Jamison|b. s 1745|p105.htm#i3144|
      Eliza Margaret Hubbell was also known as Peggy. Eliza Margaret Hubbell was also known as Eliza Margaret Hubble.2 She was born on 28 April 1813 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1,4 She was the daughter of Levi Hubbell and Mary Jane Buchanan.1,2,3 Marriage banns for Eliza Margaret Hubbell and John Shields McClure were published on 2 January 1832. Eliza Margaret Hubbell married John Shields McClure, son of William McClure and Mary Shields, on 5 January 1832 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2,5,6 As of 5 January 1832,her married name was McClure. Eliza Margaret Hubbell and John Shields McClure appeared on the census of 1860 at District 1, Pulaski County, Kentucky.7 Eliza Margaret Hubbell and John Shields McClure appeared on the census of 1880 at Buncombe, Pulaski County, Kentucky.8 Eliza Margaret Hubbell appeared on the census of 1880 at Buncombe, Pulaski County, Kentucky. She died on 15 March 1896 at Pulaski County, Kentucky, at age 82.2,3,4 She was buried at Freedom Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky.

Last Edited=17 Feb 2007

Children of Eliza Margaret Hubbell and John Shields McClure

Citations

  1. [S385] Donald Winks, 8 May 2004.
  2. [S469] Unknown author, McClure-Hubbell and Related Families.
  3. [S337] Unknown author, Grave Marker, dsc_0146.jpg.
  4. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure, b 4/28/1813, d. 3/18/1896.
  5. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: Levi Hubble; page 92.
  6. [S668] Bible of J. S. and Margaret McClure.
  7. [S75] 1 Jun 1860 1860 United States Federal Census, North Carolina, Johnston County, population schedule.
  8. [S109] Unknown author, 1880 United States Federal Census, Buncombe, Pulaski, KY; FHL Film 1254440 National Archives Film T9-0440 Page 92D.
  9. [S589] Mrs. L. N. (Ella Mayfield) Taylor, The McClure Clan 1950.
  10. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index .
  11. [S138] “1920 1920 United States Federal Census,” Generations Network.
  12. [S468] George E. Riggins & Martha Sue Batt, McClure - Hubbell Family Directory, 1.
  13. [S262] Unknown author, Doris Stone.
  14. [S434] Unknown author, marriage Bond, Pulaski County, KY.
  15. [S532] Pulaski County Historical Society, Cem Records, KY Pulaski County.
  16. [S51] “1 Jun 1850 1850 United States Federal Census,” Ancestry.com.
  17. [S238] Unknown author, Death Certificate, Last Name First Name MI Age Death Place Residence Death Date Volume Certificate Death Volume
    MAYFIELD ELIZA M 072 FRANKLIN 02-04-1922 007 03495 1922

    ; Click here.
  18. [S400] “KY Death Records” , MAYFIELD ELIZA M 072 FRANKLIN 02-04-1922 007 03495 1922; http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ky/death/search.cgi
  19. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, Son not named.; 35.
  20. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, Demissa Susan; 64.

Helen (?)

F, #852, b. ?unknown, d. ?unknown
     Helen (?) married Dana Heber Tarter, son of Otis Tarter and Priscilla Eastham, ?unknown. Helen (?) was born ?unknown. She died ?unknown. As of ?unknown,her married name was Mrs. Tarter. Helen (?) was also known as Mrs. Dana Tarter (?).

Last Edited=3 Nov 2005

Margaret Wylie

F, #853, b. 1762, d. 1846
Margaret Wylie|b. 1762\nd. 1846|p29.htm#i853|James Wylie|b. 1722\nd. 20 May 1806|p29.htm#i854|(?) Sarah|b. c 1729|p29.htm#i855|||||||||||||
      Margaret Wylie was also known as Margaret "Peggy" Wylie.1 Margaret Wylie was also known as Peggy. She was buried at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was born in 1762 at Ireland.1 She was the daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah.1,2 Margaret Wylie married John Dick on 1 March 1778; Chester Dist, SC.1 Margaret Wylie married John Dick on 1 March 1778 at Chester County, South Carolina.3 As of 1 March 1778,her married name was Mrs. Dick. Margaret Wylie died in 1846 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 She died in 1846 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Children of Margaret Wylie and John Dick

Citations

  1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
  2. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin.
  3. [S595] Unknown author, Timothy A. Goodin , Married: 1 MAR 1778 in SC, at the home of her parents.
  4. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi"> Click Here.
  5. [S212] Unknown author, Cemetery Records.
  6. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi">
  7. [S4] Gayle Franklin, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  8. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB,

    James Wylie1

    M, #854, b. 1722, d. 20 May 1806
         James Wylie was born in 1722 at Ireland. He married (?) Sarah on 14 August 1746 at Ireland. James Wylie emigrated in 1767 from Ireland; to America on The Ship Earl of Donegal.2 He died on 20 May 1806 at Chester County, South Carolina.

    Last Edited=16 May 2006

    Children of James Wylie and (?) Sarah

    Citations

    1. [S560] Unknown author, Sandy Wilson in Indiana asheler@ aol.com, This couple traveled to America on The Ship Earl of Donegal. 1767.
    2. [S560] Unknown author, Sandy Wilson in Indiana asheler@ aol.com.
    3. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
    4. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
    5. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Says Rebecca d. August 17, 1817.
    6. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin.

(?) Sarah

F, #855, b. circa 1729
     (?) Sarah was born circa 1729 at Ireland. She married James Wylie on 14 August 1746 at Ireland. (?) Sarah died at Chester County, South Carolina.

Last Edited=18 May 2006

Children of (?) Sarah and James Wylie

Citations

  1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
  2. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
  3. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Says Rebecca d. August 17, 1817.
  4. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin.

Rebecca Wylie1,2

F, #856, b. 29 May 1758, d. 27 August 1817
Rebecca Wylie|b. 29 May 1758\nd. 27 Aug 1817|p29.htm#i856|James Wylie|b. 1722\nd. 20 May 1806|p29.htm#i854|(?) Sarah|b. c 1729|p29.htm#i855|||||||||||||
      Rebecca Wylie was also known as Wiley. Rebecca Wylie was also known as Rebecka. She was born on 29 May 1758 at Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah.1,2,3 Rebecca Wylie married Robert Warson Adams, son of Alexander Adams and Polly Morrow, on 2 April 1778 at Chester Dist, South Carolina.1 As of 2 April 1778,her married name was Adams. Rebecca Wylie died on 17 August 1817 at Pulaski County, Kentucky, at age 59.2 She died on 27 August 1817 at Pulaski County, Kentucky, at age 59.4,3 She was buried at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky.

Last Edited=15 Mar 2007

Children of Rebecca Wylie and Robert Warson Adams

Citations

  1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
  2. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
  3. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Says Rebecca d. August 17, 1817.
  4. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
  5. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297.
  6. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Gives b. Mar 16, 1783.
  7. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 243.
  8. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, gives b. Jan 16, 1793.
  9. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, Died at age 57, no date given.; 217.

Samuel Wylie

M, #857, b. circa 1763
Samuel Wylie|b. c 1763|p29.htm#i857|James Wylie|b. 1722\nd. 20 May 1806|p29.htm#i854|(?) Sarah|b. c 1729|p29.htm#i855|||||||||||||
     Samuel Wylie was born circa 1763 at Ireland. He was the son of James Wylie and (?) Sarah.

Last Edited=9 Jan 2006

John Wylie

M, #858, b. circa 1765
John Wylie|b. c 1765|p29.htm#i858|James Wylie|b. 1722\nd. 20 May 1806|p29.htm#i854|(?) Sarah|b. c 1729|p29.htm#i855|||||||||||||
     John Wylie was born circa 1765 at Ireland. He was the son of James Wylie and (?) Sarah.

Last Edited=9 Jan 2006

Mary Wylie

F, #859, b. circa 1767
Mary Wylie|b. c 1767|p29.htm#i859|James Wylie|b. 1722\nd. 20 May 1806|p29.htm#i854|(?) Sarah|b. c 1729|p29.htm#i855|||||||||||||
      As of ?unknown,her married name was Mrs. Mc Alilly. Mary Wylie was born circa 1767 at Chester, South Carolina. She was the daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah.

Last Edited=9 Jan 2006

John Dick

M, #860, b. 1747, d. 19 November 1832
      John Dick was also known as John "Uncle John" Dick.1 He was born in 1747 at Ireland.2,1 He married Margaret Wylie, daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah, on 1 March 1778 at Chester County, South Carolina.3 John Dick married Margaret Wylie, daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah, on 1 March 1778; Chester Dist, SC.1 John Dick was buried in 1832 at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky.4 He died on 19 November 1832 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 He died on 19 November 1832 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.4,5

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Children of John Dick and Margaret Wylie

Citations

  1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
  2. [S4] Gayle Franklin, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  3. [S595] Unknown author, Timothy A. Goodin , Married: 1 MAR 1778 in SC, at the home of her parents.
  4. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin.
  5. [S595] Unknown author, Timothy A. Goodin
  6. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi"> Click Here.
  7. [S212] Unknown author, Cemetery Records.
  8. [S319] Unknown author, Gayle Franklin. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi">
  9. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB,

    Robert Warson Adams1,2,3

    M, #861, b. 1751, d. 17 November 1816
    Robert Warson Adams|b. 1751\nd. 17 Nov 1816|p29.htm#i861|Alexander Adams|b. bt 1700 - 1730\nd. bt 1755 - 1816|p219.htm#i6545|Polly Morrow|b. bt 1708 - 1733\nd. bt 1755 - 1822|p219.htm#i6546|||||||||||||
          Robert Warson Adams was also known as Rob Adams. He was born in 1751 at Ireland.1,3 He was the son of Alexander Adams and Polly Morrow.1,3 Robert Warson Adams married Rebecca Wylie, daughter of James Wylie and (?) Sarah, on 2 April 1778 at Chester Dist, South Carolina.1 Robert Warson Adams lived at Fishing Creek, Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 He left a will in 1816.4 He died on 17 November 1816 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 He was buried at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky. BIOGRAPH: ROBERT ADAMS: 1751-1816
    The subject of this sketch was a little red Irishman, who was born in Ireland in 1751. When he was about sixteen years of age his father, mother and the family came to America. The given names of the father and mother are not known. After coming to America the family finally settled in Chester District, SC, which is in the northern part of the state, and there he was reared and brought up as a pioneer boy, together with the rest of the family.

    When the differences between the Mother Country and the Colonies arrived at the acute stage, he enlisted as a private in the little army of the First Council of Safety of the Revolutionary Party of SC, in the company of Capt. Ezekiel Polk,* on July 7, 1775, and served ninety-two days, as is shown in the SC Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. III, January, 1902, No., I. It appears that he served later in the 6th. SC Regiment in the War of the Revolution. His name appears in an undated roll of this organization with the remark: "Commencing March 11, 1776; ending July 1, 1776." According to the information handed down from his descendants and relatives, he served entirely through the Revolutionary War.

    On the 2nd. day of April, 1778, he married Rebecca Wiley, a daughter of James Wiley of Chester District, SC. Rebecca Wiley was born May 29, 1758. To this union seven children were born, four boys and three girls; Alexander, Sallie, John, Mattie, James, Jane "Jennie" and George Washington. All the children were born in SC except George W., who was born in Powell Vally, TN while the family was on their way to KY. This was a model family. All the children lived to a ripe old age and made good citizens.

    After the Revolutionary War father and family felt the call of the wild, and packing the few belongings, they turned their faces toward the famed, though little known, KY. Robert's brother-in-law, John Dick, who was also a Revolutionary soldier. joined the company with his family on their journey to the new country to the west. On their way they came to NC, near what is now Asheville, and remained for some time, and while there became acquainted with the Wood and Stroud families, who later followed them to KY. Leaving NC they wended their way into Powell Valley, TN, and remained for quite a time, and while here their youngest child, George W., was born August 15, 1796. After leaving Powell Valley, they took up the trail, going through the Cumberland Gap into the KY land, arriving at a point near Lexington, and here remained for a while. The game not being so plentiful in this place they then journeyed south toward the hills, forests and running streams. Their next stopping place was in Lincoln County, an area now Pulaski County, where they built a small cabin near MT. Zion. Here was game of all kinds in great abundance. Just how long they remained here is not certain. In order to have game and fish too, they finally found themselves settled permanently in the valley of a large beautiful creek, which was afterwards named Fishing Creek, on account of the great number and variety of fish in the waters. The place where they finally made their permanent home is near what is now the small settlement of Ansel, and about twelve miles NW of Somerset. This valley was then a wilderness of forests, canebrakes and tangled vines, but the land was very fertile, and was covered with black walnut, sugar tree, hickory, white oak, beech and many other kinds of trees. Bear, buffalo, deer, turkey and many varieties of smaller game were on all sides. Ferocious animals also roamed the forests and hills such as the panther, wolf, lynx and wild cat. In this valley they cleared a small tract of land by cutting down the trees and grubbing and burning the vines and canebrakes. Here they erected a cabin. As time permitted adjoining acres were cleared which became fields for cultivating crops for support of the family. Here they saw other pioneers come and settle in this neighborhood. Here the children grew into manhood and womanhood, and married and became good citizens. At the time of his death, Robert and his sons and sons-in-law owned all the lands on Fishing Creek from the mouth of Rock Lick to the Trowbridge land in Lincoln County, or to a place called "Dug Bank", a distance of seven or eight miles, except for a tract owned by Matthew Reynolds, which was later the home place of J. D. Wilson. His two sons, James and George W. lived south of him on the creek; his son-in-law, Elias Wood, husband of Jane "Jennie", took up land just north of him; and next to Wood on the creek was his son-in-law, Ansel Stroud, who married his daughter, Sallie; the next above Stroud was his son, Alexander; and the next above Alexander was his son John. John Dick, his brother-in-law, took up land and made his home about one mile north of the mouth of Rock Lick, a tributary of Fishing Creek, and less that two miles south of the Adams home, and not far from what is now the Dick Graveyard.

    Just the exact date the Adams family arrived on Fishing Creek is not known, but it must have been in 1797 or 1798, and most likely the latter date. According to the records, his first step to take up and patient lands bears the date of February 19,1799, and a patient was issued to him bearing the date of October 15, 1800, for 200 acres. He acquired another 200 acres by patent dated December 6, 1808, making 400 acres in all.

    When the family became fully established in this new territory, and a good house for the day and time erected, his residence became the chief social center of this pioneer neighborhood. The church meetings were held in his home, and here the men would gather before going hunting and fishing. Here he and his wife and family toiled and worked after the fashion and in the manner and custom of the first settlers, until death came to claim them.

    He died at 6:15 in the morning on the 17th day of November, 1816, and is buried in the family graveyard close to a small branch and on a low ridge just south of his old home. At five o'clock in the morning of August 27, 1817, his wife died, and the relatives and neighbors placed her in a grave by his side, and some cedars are standing like sentinels marking their last resting place.


    Robert Adams never forgot the days of the Revolution and his campaigns and services in this war. He was ever ready to take the part of his country and argue its cause. He despised a Tory with all the ardor of his Irish nature, and his temper would now and then lead him into a wordy combat with those whose sympathies were with Old England. His patriotism was such that he thought it was his duty to defend his country against all comers, even with physical force, if it became necessary. He liked to meet his soldier comrades and talk over the times of the Revolution, and now and then on these occasions to add fluency to his words and refresh his memory, he would once in a while partake of liquids stronger than water. One of these soldier friends by the name of Thomas Whiles, or Wiles, lived on Rock Lick, on what was later known as the J. D. Compton place. Wiles was a deputy surveyor of Pulaski County for several years. He could write and excellent hand, and for this reason Robert quite often got his old comrades to assist with some of his accounts. Tradition has it that the Wiles family was on the ocean three months in coming to America, at which time young Wiles was about seventeen years of age. He is buried near the barn of his home place in an unmarked grave.

    Robert Adams was very fond of his brother-in-law, John Dick, who like himself His widow drew a pension on account of her husbands war service, and the amount of the same was $56.20 per annum. She died in 1846, and is buried beside her husband.

    Little is known about the father and mother of Robert Adams. By their church affiliations and being from Ireland, they were evidently Protestant, or Scots-Irish. It will be noticed that the name of Alex Adams appears on the roll of privates in the same company in which Robert Adams enlisted. This Alex Adams was evidently a brother or father. The name Alex or Alexander is a favorite with this family. Robert himself had a son by this name, and several grandsons bore the same name. It is also said that there was a brother named Sam, probably a younger brother, who was killed in a fight with a Tory while all the other men were away in the Army. Tradition has it that this younger brother was attacked by the Tory at the home of Robert Adams and a fight ensued in which they were both killed. There being no one home except the women folks, Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Dick made crude coffins and buried them at night in shallow graves near their home.

                                       Author Unknown
                                       (Probably Napier Adams)
    * See Heitman-Officers Continental Army

    1st Party of Safety Revolutionary Party SC.

    Last Edited=15 Mar 2007

    Children of Robert Warson Adams and Rebecca Wylie

    Citations

    1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
    2. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Lists Name as Robert Warson Adams.
    3. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Jan 7, 2005; Tree #6297.
    4. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB, S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297.
    5. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, Gives b. Mar 16, 1783.
    6. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, 243.
    7. [S621] Anonymous, CD WFT 3 #6297, gives b. Jan 16, 1793.
    8. [S524] Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County KY Vital Statistics, Died at age 57, no date given.; 217.

John Daniel Mayfield

M, #863, b. 25 May 1815
John Daniel Mayfield|b. 25 May 1815|p29.htm#i863|John Mayfield|b. 1768\nd. 1813|p42.htm#i1249||||Isaac Mayfield Sr.|b. 1742\nd. 20 Feb 1822|p34.htm#i1011|Margaret Brummet|b. 1744\nd. 17 Nov 1814|p34.htm#i1012|||||||
     John Daniel is listed in the John Adam Mayfield / Mary Woolf family bible, but his birth date is after John's death.
His relationship to John and Mary is unknown and I have never seen him mentioned anywhere except in that bible. clm. John Daniel Mayfield was born on 25 May 1815.1 He was the son of John Mayfield.

Last Edited=17 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S380] Unknown author, John Mayfield's Bible, pub. 1803.

George Coonrod Sr.1

M, #864, b. circa 1770, d. before 1850
     George Coonrod Sr. was born circa 1770 at Woodford, Kentucky.2 He married Rhody McHuron, daughter of Silas McHuron and Sarah Susannah (?), on 20 December 1791 at Woodford County, Kentucky; this marriage resulted in four children.3 George Coonrod Sr. married Lydia Ann Fendurds circa 1809 at Kentucky; This is George's second marriage. George Coonrod Sr. died before 1850 at Greene, Illinois.1 He was buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Greenfield, Greene, Illinois.4,5

Last Edited=15 May 2006

Children of George Coonrod Sr. and Rhody McHuron

Children of George Coonrod Sr. and Lydia Ann Fendurds

Citations

  1. [S633] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Nov 16, 1997; Tree #4750.
  2. [S381] Unknown author, John Warstler , S321] Unknown author, Gene V Percival.
  3. [S495] Nina Ruth Dupree, Nina Dupree's personal papers.
  4. [S633] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Pedigree #4750.
  5. [S495] Nina Ruth Dupree, Nina Dupree's personal papers, lists birth year as 1814.
  6. [S104] “unknown date 1880 United States Federal Census,” CD, The 1880 US Census & National Index .

Margaret Dick

F, #865, b. 22 September 1810, d. 6 August 1879
Margaret Dick|b. 22 Sep 1810\nd. 6 Aug 1879|p29.htm#i865|Samuel Dick|d. 31 Aug 1849|p172.htm#i5147||||||||||||||||
      Margaret Dick was also known as Peggy. She was buried at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was born on 22 September 1810. She was the daughter of Samuel Dick. Margaret Dick married Samuel M. Adams, son of Alexander Adams and Mary Morrow, on 18 February 1833; Pulaski County, KY.1 Margaret Dick married Samuel M. Adams, son of Alexander Adams and Mary Morrow, on 18 March 1833 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2,3 As of 18 March 1833,her married name was Mrs. Adams. Margaret Dick died on 6 August 1879 at age 68.

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S452] Burns, Marriages & Wills, Pulaski County, KY.
  2. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, surety: Samuel Dick; 2.
  3. [S452] Burns, Marriages & Wills, Pulaski County, KY, Sam Adams and Peggy Dick m. 2-18-1835 Surety: Sam Adams.

Samuel M. Adams

M, #866, b. 15 December 1806, d. 15 February 1865
Samuel M. Adams|b. 15 Dec 1806\nd. 15 Feb 1865|p29.htm#i866|Alexander Adams|b. 5 Apr 1779\nd. 27 Jan 1849|p30.htm#i876|Mary Morrow|b. 10 Feb 1786\nd. 23 Aug 1843|p29.htm#i870|Robert W. Adams|b. 1751\nd. 17 Nov 1816|p29.htm#i861|Rebecca Wylie|b. 29 May 1758\nd. 27 Aug 1817|p29.htm#i856|Samuel Morrow|b. bt 1738 - 1774\nd. bt 1802 - 1858|p68.htm#i2027||||
     Samuel M. Adams was buried at Old Sardis Cemetery, Ansel, Pulaski County, Kentucky. He was born on 15 December 1806 at Pulaski County, Kentucky. He was the son of Alexander Adams and Mary Morrow. Samuel M. Adams married Margaret Dick, daughter of Samuel Dick, on 18 February 1833; Pulaski County, KY.1 Samuel M. Adams married Margaret Dick, daughter of Samuel Dick, on 18 March 1833 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2,3 Samuel M. Adams died on 15 February 1865 at age 58.

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S452] Burns, Marriages & Wills, Pulaski County, KY.
  2. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, surety: Samuel Dick; 2.
  3. [S452] Burns, Marriages & Wills, Pulaski County, KY, Sam Adams and Peggy Dick m. 2-18-1835 Surety: Sam Adams.

Nancy Morrow

F, #867, b. ?unknown, d. ?unknown
     Nancy Morrow died ?unknown. She was born ?unknown. She married George Washington Adams, son of Robert Warson Adams and Rebecca Wylie, on 3 December 1816 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1,2 As of 3 December 1816,her married name was Mrs. Adams. Nancy Morrow and George Washington Adams appeared on the census of 1850 at ED 2, Pulaski County, Kentucky.3

Last Edited=2 Jun 2006

Children of Nancy Morrow and George Washington Adams

Citations

  1. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: Adams Morrow, Consent: Joel Mathews; pg 1.
  2. [S663] Jordan R, et. al. Dodd, 1997, Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages to 1850. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1997. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky..
  3. [S51] “1 Jun 1850 1850 United States Federal Census,” Ancestry.com.
  4. [S503] Unknown author, OneWorldTreeSM.

Elizabeth Betsy Kerr

F, #868, b. ?unknown, d. ?unknown
     Elizabeth Betsy Kerr died ?unknown. She was born ?unknown. Marriage banns for Elizabeth Betsy Kerr and James Adams were published on 22 October 1814.1 Elizabeth Betsy Kerr married James Adams, son of Robert Warson Adams and Rebecca Wylie, on 24 October 1814 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.2 As of 24 October 1814,her married name was Mrs. Adams.

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: William Kerr, Consent: Joel Mathews
    ; 2.
  2. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: William Kerr, Con. Joel Mathews; pg 2.

Elias Wood

M, #869, b. ?unknown
     Elias Wood was born ?unknown. He married Jane Jennie Adams, daughter of Robert Warson Adams and Rebecca Wylie, on 14 March 1815 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S452] Burns, Marriages & Wills, Pulaski County, KY, Adams, Jinney to Elias Woods 3-13-1815 Surety: James Adams.

Mary Morrow1

F, #870, b. 10 February 1786, d. 23 August 1843
Mary Morrow|b. 10 Feb 1786\nd. 23 Aug 1843|p29.htm#i870|Samuel Morrow|b. bt 1738 - 1774\nd. bt 1802 - 1858|p68.htm#i2027||||||||||||||||
      Mary Morrow was also known as Polly. She was born on 10 February 1786 at Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Morrow.1 Marriage banns for Mary Morrow and Alexander Adams were published on 23 November 1803.2 Mary Morrow married Alexander Adams, son of Robert Warson Adams and Rebecca Wylie, on 5 December 1803 at Pulaski County, Kentucky; I found a marriage certificate in Pulaski county that I transcribed as follows:
" Eubanks family ____ I hereby certify that on the ninth of November I joined together Alexander Adams and Polly
Morrow according as the law directs."1,3
As of 5 December 1803,her married name was Adams. Mary Morrow died on 23 August 1843 at age 57.1

Last Edited=16 May 2006

Children of Mary Morrow and Alexander Adams

Citations

  1. [S634] Anonymous, CD World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Date of Import: Dec 7, 1997; Tree #0032.
  2. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Ansel Stroud, Surety; 1.
  3. [S539] Pulaski County Historical Society, Marriages KY PulaskiCo 1799-1850, Surety: Ansel Stroud; pg 1..
  4. [S532] Pulaski County Historical Society, Cem Records, KY Pulaski County.
  5. [S476] Mrs. L. N. Taylor, Mrs. L. N. Taylor's personal papers.
  6. [S538] Unknown author, Pulaski County KY USGENWEB, S491] William dot cox47 at verizon dot net, Nancy Cox.
 
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