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Goodman BETHEA

2 Jul 1793 - 22 Sep 1863

ID Number: I65198

  • RESIDENCE: Marion, Cheraws Dist, SC
  • BIRTH: 2 Jul 1793, Marion, Cheraws Dist, SC
  • DEATH: 22 Sep 1863
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]
Father: Jesse BETHEA II
Mother: Celia HARRELSON


Notes


Goodman Bethea Birth: 2 July 1793-- Marion, Cheraws Dist, SC; Death: 22 September 1863 -- Spouse: Charlotte Ann Grice; Parents: Jesse Bethea, Celia Harrelson.

[S1615]


                                             _Tristram BETHEA ____
                                            | (1710 - ....)       
                       _Jesse BETHEA I______|
                      | (1736 - 1812)       |
                      |                     |_Ann GOODMAN ________
                      |                       (1710 - ....)       
 _Jesse BETHEA II_____|
| (1760 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Goodman BETHEA 
|  (1793 - 1863)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Celia HARRELSON ____|
  (1768 - 1854)       |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Lizzie CROCKETT

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I11528

  • RESIDENCE: LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S348]

Family 1 : Thomas B. HODGES

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Frances HASTY

18 Sep 1829 - 4 Aug 1859

ID Number: I34303

  • RELIGION: Joined 1852 Meth Episcopal Ch
  • RESIDENCE: Anson Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 18 Sep 1829, Anson Co. NC
  • DEATH: 4 Aug 1859
  • RESOURCES: See: [S125]
Father: Stephen HASTY
Mother: Sarah A. GORDON


Family 1 : MCLAUGHLIN

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _____________________|
                      |                     |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Stephen HASTY ______|
| (1800 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Frances HASTY 
|  (1829 - 1859)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _James GORDON _______|
|                     | (1770 - ....) m 1790|
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Sarah A. GORDON ____|
  (1805 - 1847)       |
                      |                      _Robert GATEWOOD ____+
                      |                     | (1724 - 1790)       
                      |_Plury GATEWOOD _____|
                        (1770 - ....) m 1790|
                                            |_Mary________________
                                              (1740 - ....)       

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Sarah HOLLADAY

ABT 1718 - 15 Feb 1788

ID Number: I25020

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania & King William (Now Caroline) Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1718, Bellefonte, Spotsylvania, Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Feb 1788, Spotsylvania, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S938] [S1286] [S1540]
Father: John Marshall HOLLADAY II
Mother: Ann Elizabeth LEWIS


Family 1 : James RAWLINGS (ROLLINS) Jr.

Notes


Sarah 3rd, (daughter of John 2nd, senior, Thomas 1st.) Wife of James Rawlings.
(Daughters of the American Colonists Va. 4/250) [S1286]

                                                                      __
                                                                     |  
                             _Thomas I (HOLLIDAY\HALLIDAY) HOLLADAY _|
                            | (1648 - 1701) m 1670                   |
                            |                                        |__
                            |                                           
 _John Marshall HOLLADAY II_|
| (1676 - 1742)             |
|                           |                                         __
|                           |                                        |  
|                           |_Elizabeth SEVILLE _____________________|
|                             (1650 - ....) m 1670                   |
|                                                                    |__
|                                                                       
|
|--Sarah HOLLADAY 
|  (1718 - 1788)
|                                                                     __
|                                                                    |  
|                            ________________________________________|
|                           |                                        |
|                           |                                        |__
|                           |                                           
|_Ann Elizabeth LEWIS ______|
  (1688 - ....)             |
                            |                                         __
                            |                                        |  
                            |________________________________________|
                                                                     |
                                                                     |__
                                                                        

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[S1286]

[S1540]

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Susan M. KIMBROUGH

3 Sep 1801 - BEF 1850

ID Number: I50224

  • RESIDENCE: Louisa Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 3 Sep 1801
  • DEATH: BEF 1850
  • RESOURCES: see: LDS [S1835]
Father: Joseph KIMBROUGH
Mother: Elizabeth YANCEY


Family 1 : Robert H. ANDERSON

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _William KIMBROUGH __|
                      | (1730 - ....)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Joseph KIMBROUGH ___|
| (1760 - 1808) m 1785|
|                     |                      _John FIELD Sr.______+
|                     |                     | (1740 - 1789)       
|                     |_Sarah FIELD ________|
|                       (1730 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Susan M. KIMBROUGH 
|  (1801 - 1850)
|                                            _Robert YANCEY ______+
|                                           | (1706 - 1746) m 1736
|                      _Charles YANCEY _____|
|                     | (1741 - 1814) m 1762|
|                     |                     |_Temperance DUMAS ___+
|                     |                       (1711 - 1784) m 1736
|_Elizabeth YANCEY ___|
  (1765 - 1804) m 1785|
                      |                      _David CRAWFORD III__+
                      |                     | (1697 - 1766) m 1728
                      |_Mary CRAWFORD ______|
                        (1742 - 1841) m 1762|
                                            |_Ann ANDERSON _______+
                                              (1710 - 1803) m 1728

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Rebecca F. SANDIDGE

24 Sep 1839 - 31 Jan 1916

ID Number: I27390

  • RESIDENCE: Meachams River, VA
  • BIRTH: 24 Sep 1839, Albemarle Co.VA
  • DEATH: 31 Jan 1916, Charlottesville, VA
  • BURIAL: Mountain Plain Baptist Church, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1011]
Father: Nathan H. SANDIDGE
Mother: Jane H. GARDNER


Family 1 : Elam GOUGH

Notes


From: CBockstie@aol.com Date: Sun, 7 Feb 1999 Rebecca SANDRIDGE (my ggrandmother) b.24 Sept 1839 in Albemarle Co.,VA , d.31 Jan. 1916 in Charlottesville VA. buried at Mountain Plain Baptist Church, residents of Meechams River + Elam GOUGH b. 6 Nov 1842 in Gilmer Co. (now) WVA., d. 28 Jan. 1916. Also buried in Mountain Plain Baptist Church.


                                             _Stephen SANDIDGE _________+
                                            | (1752 - 1821) m 1770      
                       _Dillard SANDIDGE ___|
                      | (1774 - 1850) m 1797|
                      |                     |_Sarah "Sally" HENDERSON? _
                      |                       (1755 - ....) m 1770      
 _Nathan H. SANDIDGE _|
| (1809 - 1898) m 1833|
|                     |                      _David EPPERSON ___________
|                     |                     | (1750 - ....)             
|                     |_Hannah EPPERSON ____|
|                       (1780 - 1850) m 1797|
|                                           |_Judith MAUPIN ____________+
|                                             (1756 - 1837)             
|
|--Rebecca F. SANDIDGE 
|  (1839 - 1916)
|                                            ___________________________
|                                           |                           
|                      _John GARDNER _______|
|                     | (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |___________________________
|                     |                                                 
|_Jane H. GARDNER ____|
  (1809 - 1894) m 1833|
                      |                      ___________________________
                      |                     |                           
                      |_Anna EPPERSON? _____|
                        (1780 - ....)       |
                                            |___________________________
                                                                        

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Abraham SOUTHER

8 Aug 1776 - 10 Sep 1843

ID Number: I61877

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper or Madison Co. VA and Boone Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 8 Aug 1776
  • DEATH: 10 Sep 1843
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2321] [S2356]
Father: Michael SOUTHER
Mother: Mary or Margaret FISHER


Family 1 : Elizabeth WILHOITE
  1.  Polly SOUTHER
  2.  Frances "Fanny" SOUTHER

                                                                  _____________________________________________
                                                                 |                                             
                            _Henry SOUTHER ______________________|
                           | (1720 - ....)                       |
                           |                                     |_____________________________________________
                           |                                                                                   
 _Michael SOUTHER _________|
| (1750 - 1819)            |
|                          |                                      _____________________________________________
|                          |                                     |                                             
|                          |_____________________________________|
|                                                                |
|                                                                |_____________________________________________
|                                                                                                              
|
|--Abraham SOUTHER 
|  (1776 - 1843)
|                                                                 _____________________________________________
|                                                                |                                             
|                           _Louis Ludwig FISHER "the Immigrant"_|
|                          | (1706 - 1773)                       |
|                          |                                     |_____________________________________________
|                          |                                                                                   
|_Mary or Margaret FISHER _|
  (1744 - ....)            |
                           |                                      _Hans Balthasar BLANKENBAKER "the Immigrant"_+
                           |                                     | (1683 - 1772) m 1716                        
                           |_Anne Barbara BLANKENBAKER __________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_Anne Margaret UTZ __________________________
                                                                   (1690 - ....) m 1716                        

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Mitchell Reese TAYLOR


!LIVING

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Col. Richard TAYLOR

3 Apr 1744 - 19 Jan 1829

ID Number: I4234

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War-"Society of Cincinatti"
  • RESIDENCE: Montebello, Orange Co. VA and by 1785 Lexington, KY
  • BIRTH: 3 Apr 1744, Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 19 Jan 1829, "Springfield" Lexington, Kentucky
  • BURIAL: Zachary Taylor Nat'l Cem. Lexington, Jefferson Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S172] [S273] [S324] [S438] [S550] [S554] [S721] [S952]
Father: Zachary TAYLOR Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth LEE


Family 1 : Sarah Dabney STROTHER
  1. +Hancock TAYLOR
  2.  William Dabney Strother TAYLOR
  3. +Zachary "Old Rough and Ready" TAYLOR 12th PRESIDENT
  4.  George TAYLOR
  5. +Elizabeth Lee TAYLOR
  6. +Joseph Pannill TAYLOR
  7.  Richard Strother TAYLOR
  8.  Sarah Bailey TAYLOR
  9.  Strother TAYLOR
  10.  Emily Richard TAYLOR

Notes


Fought in the Revolutionary War, retired from Army Feb 1781 with rank of LTC. Moved to Beargrass Creek, near Louisville, VA (KY after 1792). Was collector of Internal Revenues 1785 in Louisville.Member Kentucky State Legislature, Presidential Elector 1812-24.


See also, Hughes American Ancestry Vol 9, p. 116.


TIP #477 - THE EARLY INHABITANTS OF KENTUCKY, PART 2
Date: Feb 5, 2004
This is a continuation of an abstraction from Collins' History of Kentucky,
Volume 1 in which he is quoting from the writings of Hon. John A McClung in 1846. All references to the early inhabitants of Kentucky are, of course, referring to the white men, not the Native Americans.


By 1783, the hostilities between Great Britain and America had ceased and Indian hostilities had been at least temporarily, suspended. This brought in another wave of emigrants, but due to difficulties in executing the treaty, it was going to get worse! The treaty had stated that England was bound to carry away no slaves and they were to surrender the northwestern posts within the US boundaries. Congress, on the other hand, stipulated that no legal impediments should be opposed to the collection by British merchants, of the debts due them from the citizens of the US. Neither was really executed. Slaves that had been taken during the war were removed by the British. Virginia was furious and retaliated by passing a law which banned the collection of British debts. England refused to deliver up the western posts and the law was repealed. Congress also had great difficulty in controlling the states.


1783 passed by however with little Indian hostilities allowing the settlements to grow in rapid numbers. Simon Kenton erected a block house in 1784 where Maysville now stands. Kentucky this year was erected into a district with a court of criminal law. The court held its first session in Harrodsburg in 1783 with John Floyd and Samuel M'Dowell as judges; John May the clerk, and Walker Daniel the prosecuting attorney. The first meeting brought in charges for 17 "culprits" - nine for keeping tippling houses and eight for fornication. During the summer of 1783 the first log courthouse and jail were built where Danville KY now stands; a retail dry goods store was opened in Louisville.


1784 marked the arrival of General James Wilkinson who settled in Lexington. He was known for his distinguished position in early civil conflicts of Kentucky. Congress had promoted him to Brigadier-General. He soon became involved in very fierce political conflicts of the day. Also this year, the Indians again brought terror to the settlers, and news traveled to Colonel Benjamin Logan of impending attacks. After rallying everyone to protect themselves, the attack failed to materialize.


Kentuckians felt that they needed to be independent of Virginia. The first step was the Assembly publishing a recommendation (with nothing to back it up) that each militia company in the district of Kentucky should on a particular day, elect one delegate and the delegates should meet in Danville on 27 Dec 1784. Samuel M'Dowell was elected president and Thomas Todd, clerk. A long debate followed, primarily orderly, about the need to separate from Virginia. The majority favored a petition to the legislature of Virginia, passage of an act in which Kentucky would become an independent member of the confederacy. They decided to send 25 delegates to a convention in Danville in May 1785 to determine what should be done. This second convention did met on the 23rd of May and adopted five resolutions.
In brief, they decided that separation from Virginia was expedient, that a petition should be written, and that an address to the people of Kentucky should be printed and distributed. They decided that more delegates be elected in July and they would meet again in Danville in August. Despite varied opinions and a lot of confusion, they did meet in August for a third convention.


Indian hostilities increased during this time period, and the Kentuckians were becoming increasingly frustrated. The letter to Kentuckians was prepared with the clerk having to write out each copy by hand - no printing presses existed. The Chief Justice of the District Court, George Muter, and the attorney general, Harry Innes, were chosen to present the petition to the Virginia legislature. In January 1786, the legislature passed an act but there were some problems. Again Kentucky held a fourth convention in Danville in Sept 1786 to determine if Kentucky was to become an independent state of the Confederacy. If they decided for total separation, they were required to pick a date after the first of Sept. 1787 when Virginia's control over Kentucky would cease. But, they also had to have the consent of the Congress of the US so Kentucky would be received into the Union.


At first, the citizens of Kentucky were in fairly well total agreement with the separation from Virginia. However, things don't always go as anticipated. The first glitch was the inability of the Congress to protect them from the north-western Indian tribes. The second, the representatives from the seven north-eastern states, had shown disposition to yield for 20 years, the right to navigate the Mississippi to the ocean. Although hostilities had ceased with Britain, there was a general hatred between the two countries; the Indian posts were still being allowed to operate but the eastern states were totally safe. Congress was unable to keep the Indians from violating their treaties even though General Henry Lee of Virginia made repeated efforts to obtain 700 men, even 300, to guard the western frontier.


Kentucky was still in the position of being scourged by Indian warfare, it had no home government, and the government to the east was totally unprepared to help.


Before continuing with the series, below is a list of the delegates to the various conventions above shown.


1st convention held 23 May 1785:
Samuel McDowell (President), George Muter, Christopher Greenup, James
Speed, Robert Todd, James Baird, Matthew Walton, James Trotter, Ebenezer
Brooks, Caleb Wallace, Richard Terrell, Robert Clarke, Robert Johnson, John
Martin, Benjamin Logan, Willis Green, Harry Innis, Levi Todd, Isaac Cox,
*Richard Taylor, Richard Steele, Isaac Morrison, James Garrard, John Edwards, George Wilson, Edward Payne, James Rogers and a Kincheloe.


2nd convention Aug 1785:
Samuel McDowell (President), George Muter, Christopher Irvine, William Kennedy, Benjamin Logan, Caleb Wallace, John Coburn, James Carter, Richard Terrell, George Wilson, Isaac Cox, Andrew Hynes, James Rogers, Henry Innes, John Edwards, James Speed, James Wilkinson, James Garrard, Levi Todd, John Craig, Robert Patterson, Benjamin Sebastian, Philip Barbour, Isaac Morrison, Matthew Walton and James Trotter.


3rd convention 1787:
Jefferson Co: Richard Easton, Alexander Breckinridge, Michael Lckasang, Benjamin Sebastian and James Merriwether.
Nelson Co: Joseph Lewis, William McClung, John Caldwell, Isaac Cox and Matthew Walton
Bourbon Co: James Garrard, John Edwards, Benjamin Harrison, Edward Lyne, Henry Lee.
Lincoln Co: Benjamin Logan, John Logan, Isaac Shelby, William Montgomery, Walker Baylor
Madison Co: William Irvine, John Miller, Higgason Grubbs, Robert Rodes, David Crews.
Mercer Co: Samuel McDowell, Harry Innis, George Muter, William Kenney, James Speed


4th convention 1788:
Jefferson Co: *Richard Taylor, Richard C Anderson, Alexander S Bullitt, Abraham Hite, Benjamin Sebastian
Nelson Co: Isaac Morrison, John Caldwell, Phillip Phillips, Joseph Burnett, James Baird.
Fayette Co: James Wilkinson, Caleb Wallace, Thomas Marshall, William Ward, John Allen
Bourbon Co: James Garrard, John Edwards, Benjamin Harrison, John Grant, John Miller
Lincoln Co: Benjamin Logan, Isaac Shelby, William Montgomery, Nathan Huston, Willis Green
Madison Co: William Irvine, George Adams,James French, Aaron Lewis, Higgason Grubbs
Mercer Co: Samuel McDowell, John Brown, Harry Innes, John Jouett, Christopher Greenup


To be continued.


(c) Copyright 5 Feb 2004, Sandra K. Gorin
Colonel Sandi Gorin
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SCKY surname registry sites: http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclinto/reg.html
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Gorin Publishing: http://ggpublishing.tripod.com/


"The decade opening with the year 1765 is the epoch of bold and ever bolder exploration--the more adventurous frontiersmen of the border pushing deep into the wilderness in search of game, lured on by the excitements of the chase and the profit to be derived from the sale of peltries. In midsummer, 1766, Captain James Smith, Joshua Horton, Uriah Stone, William Baker, and a young mulatto slave passed through Cumberland Gap, hunted through the country south of the Cherokee and along the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers, and as Smith reports "found no vestige of any white man."


During the same year a party of five hunters from South Carolina, led by Isaac Lindsey, penetrated the Kentucky wilderness to the tributary of the Cumberland, named Stone's River by the former party, for one of their number. Here they encountered two men, who were among the greatest of the western pioneers, and were destined to leave their names in historic
association with the early settlement of Kentucky, James Harrod and Michael Stoner, a German, both of whom had descended the Ohio from Fort Pitt. With the year 1769 began those longer and more extended excursions into the interior which were to result in conveying at last to the outside world graphic and detailed information concerning "the wonderful new country of Cantucky."


In the late spring of this year Hancock and Richard Taylor (the latter the father of President Zachary Taylor), Abraham Hempinstall, and one Barbour, all true-blue frontiersmen, left their homes in Orange County, Virginia, and hunted extensively in Kentucky and Arkansas. Two of the party traveled through Georgia and East and West Florida; while the other two hunted on the Washita during the winter of 1770-1."
From: Conquest of the Old Southwest, C VIII "The Long Hunters In The Twilight Zone" http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/lit/historical/TheCo nquestoftheOldSouthwest/chap8.html



[S554]


                                                   _James I TAYLOR _____________+
                                                  | (1635 - 1698) m 1667        
                       _James TAYLOR II___________|
                      | (1675 - 1730) m 1699      |
                      |                           |_Frances WALKER? ____________
                      |                             (1645 - 1680) m 1667        
 _Zachary TAYLOR Sr.__|
| (1707 - 1768) m 1737|
|                     |                            _William or Roger THOMPSON __+
|                     |                           | (1630 - ....) m 1659        
|                     |_Martha THOMPSON __________|
|                       (1679 - 1762) m 1699      |
|                                                 |_Ellen MONTAGUE _____________+
|                                                   (1633 - 1659) m 1659        
|
|--Richard TAYLOR 
|  (1744 - 1829)
|                                                  _Richard LEE "the immigrant"_+
|                                                 | (1613 - 1664) m 1641        
|                      _Hancock LEE of Ditchley___|
|                     | (1653 - 1709) m 1700      |
|                     |                           |_Anne CONSTABLE OWEN? _______+
|                     |                             (1615 - 1706) m 1641        
|_Elizabeth LEE ______|
  (1709 - 1745) m 1737|
                      |                            _Isaac ALLERTON II___________+
                      |                           | (1628 - 1702) m 1662        
                      |_Sarah Elizabeth ALLERTON _|
                        (1670 - 1731) m 1700      |
                                                  |_Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY _______+
                                                    (1630 - 1672) m 1662        

Sources

[S172]

[S273]

[S324]

[S438]

[S550]

[S554]

[S721]

[S952]

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Sally TULLOS

ABT 1895 - ____

ID Number: I36673

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: ABT 1895
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257] [S1338]
Father: Temple Christopher TULLOS
Mother: Talitha MORGAN



                                                            _____________________
                                                           |                     
                              _____________________________|
                             |                             |
                             |                             |_____________________
                             |                                                   
 _Temple Christopher TULLOS _|
| (1852 - 1918) m 1893       |
|                            |                              _____________________
|                            |                             |                     
|                            |_____________________________|
|                                                          |
|                                                          |_____________________
|                                                                                
|
|--Sally TULLOS 
|  (1895 - ....)
|                                                           _David MORGAN _______+
|                                                          | (1780 - 1836) m 1806
|                             _William Pierce MORGAN ______|
|                            | (1826 - ....) m 1841        |
|                            |                             |_Mary ANDREWS _______+
|                            |                               (.... - 1868) m 1806
|_Talitha MORGAN ____________|
  (1862 - ....) m 1893       |
                             |                              _Nathan SANDERS _____+
                             |                             | (1792 - 1856) m 1810
                             |_Angeline Cassandra SANDERS _|
                               (1824 - ....) m 1841        |
                                                           |_Cynthia BENNETT ____
                                                             (1795 - 1879) m 1810

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LUDOVICO VISCONTI

1354 - 1404

ID Number: I52594

  • RESIDENCE: Italy
  • BIRTH: 1354
  • DEATH: 1404
  • RESOURCES: See: [S504]

Family 1 : VIOLANTA di Milano VISCONTI of Milano

Notes


Ludovico Visconti, signore de Lodi

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