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KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS
Simpson, Wm Livingston 200 6-13-1804 16 Tradewater full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 412 Grantee: Simpson, Wm Acres: 200 Book: 16 Page: 316 Date Survey: 6-13-1804 County: Livingston Watercourse: Tradewater Simpson, Wm Livingston 200 2- 4-1805 14 None full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 412 Grantee: Simpson, Wm Acres: 200 Book: 14 Page: 353 Date Survey: 2- 4-1805 County: Livingston Watercourse: None Simpson, Wm Livingston 50 7- 7-1825 W Trade Water Cr full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER VI KENTUCKY LAND WARRANTS (1816-1873) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 727 Grantee: Simpson, Wm Acres: 50 Book: W Page: 234 Date Survey: 7- 7-1825 County: Livingston Watercourse: Trade Water Cr Simpson, Vincent B Livingston 20 9-13-1828 Y Tradewater Cr full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER VI KENTUCKY LAND WARRANTS (1816-1873) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 727 Grantee: Simpson, Vincent B Acres: 20 Book: Y Page: 153 Date Survey: 9-13-1828 County: Livingston Watercourse: Tradewater Cr Simpson, Thos Livingston 600 5- 2-1836 1 Tradewater full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDERS (1836-1924) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1694 Grantee: Simpson, Thos Acres: 600 Book: 1 Page: 13 Date Survey: 5- 2-1836 County: Livingston Watercourse: Tradewater Simpson, Wm Livingston 62 10- 9-1839 5 Tradewater R full context THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDERS (1836-1924) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1694 Grantee: Simpson, Wm Acres: 62 Book: 5 Page: 132 Date Survey: 10- 9-1839 County: Livingston Watercourse: Tradewater R
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KENTUCKY PENSION ROLL OF 1835
HUGH SIMPSON WARREN COUNTY PRIVATE VIRGINIA LINE $80.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $240.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED APRIL 12, 1833 PENSION STARTED AGE 73 JEREMIAH SIMPSON HICKMAN COUNTY PRIVATE VIRGINIA LINE $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $356.49 AMOUNT RECEIVED DECEMBER 14, 1827 PENSION STARTED AGE 78 JOHN SIMPSON LAUREL COUNTY PRIVATE NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA $30.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $90.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED JUNE 1, 1833 PENSION STARTED AGE 72 ROBERT SIMPSON JESSAMINE COUNTY PRIVATE INFANTRY AND CAVALRY NORTH CAROLINA LINE $81.04 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $243.12 AMOUNT RECEIVED DECEMBER 7, 1833 PENSION STARTED AGE 77 WILLIAM SIMSON MERCER COUNTY MORGAN'S REV. RIFLES $30.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $ AMOUNT RECEIVED FEBRUARY 2, 1798 PENSION STARTED $48.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $ AMOUNT RECEIVED APRIL 24, 1816 PENSION STARTED $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $ AMOUNT RECIEVED TRANSFERRED FROM NORTH CAROLINA SEPTEMBER 4, 1817 DIED MID MARCH 1818 NO PAY IN KENTUCKY
October the 3rd 1803, page 246-- ...Penalty of Sixteen hundred dollars whereupon Certificate is granted her to administer on goods Chattles and Credits of said William SIMPSON Decd. (NOTE: "Benjamin" was crossed through and "William" writtenabove it) Ordered That David SHAW, William LAUGHLIN, Jesse MARGRAVES and Alexander STEVENSON or any three of them being first Sworn be- fore a magistrate do appraise The Estate of William SIMPSON Decd. in Current money and make return thereof to our next Court. (NOTE: The following inventory runs from p. 246-248. I have compressed the list, using the purchaser's name once only) An Inventory of the sale of Josiah GREER Deceased was Exhibited in court and ordered to be recorded to wit July the 1st 1803 a bill of sail of Josiah GREER property Decd Jesse GREER, Cattle $7,1 pott $2.37 1/2,1 Skillet $1,1 bed $14.25, 1 Alk Skin .25,1 Razor Cais $3.37 1/2, Haims & Traces.75, 1 Iron Wedge .87 1/2, 1 plow $3.12 1/2, 1 Barrell .25, 1 Bell & Collar 75 Cents, 1 Bed $3, to Hogs $15, 1 Bay mare and colt $83, to 1 Trunk $3.62 1/2, 1 Cog .12 1/2 Ruth GREER, 1 Oven $3, 5 basons $5,3 Dishes $3.75,6 plates $4.75, 2 Cittles .25, Knives & forks .37 1/2,3 pails $1, 1 Tub $1 Isaac GREER, Turning Tools $2, 1 hand Axe $1,1 Frow .50, To Working tools $7.25Aaron GREER 1 Bell .75 Cents Jonathan GREER, to flax $4James GREER, 1 Book .25 Zebulon B. HOBERT, 3 Chairs $1.50,1 Bedstead $3.75 David SHELBY, 3 Chairs $1.50,1 Box .37 1/2,spoon Mould $3, 1 Cow and calf $12.50Johnston MARCHBANKS, 1 Coffee pott $3 Shadrach JENKINS, 1 Gun $7 Jacob BRADBURY 1 Mattock $2.25,1 Mattock $1.25,Haims & Traces $1, 2 Hoes $1.12 1/2, 1 Axe $2.25, 1 Saddle & Bridle $6.25, 1 Cross cut saw $5.62 1/2, 1 Cow and yearling $15, 1 Cow and calf $14.25William BOND shoe Maker Tooles $1.25 William THITFORD 1 Axe $1.25Thomas HAWKINS 1 Axe $2, 1 log chain $6 John COTTON Double Tree & Clevises $2.50, Books $2 William KILGORE 1 Gray horse $77Adam LIN 1 Bay horse $114 Jesse GREER, Admr.(page 248) No. 735 George BURTON 400 AcresNo. 736 William BUSH 400 No. 737 Nancy MATLOCK 400 On motion of David SHAW he having entered into bond and security as the law directs ordered that he be permitted to keep a ferry across the Ohio at the mouth of Cumberland River from the south side of Cumberland at the usual rates. No. 738 Polly ROBISON 400 Acres On mo. of John GRAY he having entered into bond with Joseph MILLER his security agreeable to Law ord. that he be permitted to keep ferry across the Ohio at the mouth of Camp Creek atthe usual rates. No. 739 James CLARK 200 Acres in Addition No. 740 Epharim HILL Senr 200 Acres in Addition No. 741 Jacob HARMAN 400No. 742 Robert CALDWELL 400 (NOTE: another entry just below No. 742, but can't read it)

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