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William BURTON

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I102096

  • RESIDENCE: Stafford Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3691]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) BURTON


Family 1 : Martha BRYANT

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MARY FLEMING

ABT 1330 - ____

ID Number: I98364

  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1330
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3572]
Father: MALCOLM FLEMING Earl of Wigton


Family 1 : JOHN DANIELSTON
  1. +JANET de DANIELSTON

                                                              _ROBERT FLEMING _______________+
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                                  _PATRICK FLEMING of Biggar_|
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 _MALCOLM FLEMING Earl of Wigton_|
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|                                |                            _SIMON FRASER of Oliver Castle_
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|                                |_JOAN FRASER ______________|
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Mary "Polly" HENRY

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I36010

  • RESIDENCE: Muhlenberg Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1310] [S1883]

Family 1 : David Gillespie WILLIS
  1. +Winnifred Catherine WILLIS

Notes


Aka: Hendry?

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[S1310]

[S1883]


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John PENDLETON Jr.

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I59668

Father: John PENDLETON
Mother: Mary SMITH



                                              _Henry PENDLETON ________+
                                             | (1683 - 1721) m 1701    
                       _John PENDLETON Judge_|
                      | (1719 - 1799) m 1744 |
                      |                      |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR _____+
                      |                        (1688 - 1770) m 1701    
 _John PENDLETON _____|
| (1752 - 1806)       |
|                     |                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) JAMES _
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|                     |_Phoebe? JAMES _______|
|                       (1720 - 1761) m 1744 |
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|--John PENDLETON Jr.
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|_Mary SMITH _________|
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[S2201]

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Enoch WHITELY

10 Mar 1843 - ____

ID Number: I61214

  • OCCUPATION: farmer
  • RESIDENCE: Boone Co. IN
  • BIRTH: 10 Mar 1843, Jackson township, Boone Co. Indiana
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio Notes
Father: William WHITELY of Kentucky
Mother: Mary J. CODDINGTON


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Source: History of Boone County, Indiana, by Hon. L.M. Crist, 1914.
Enoch Whitely, one of the best known native-born agriculturists of Boone county, and honored scion of an early pioneer family.
Mr. Whitely was born in Jackson township, this county, March 10, 1843. He is a son of
William and Mary J. (Coddington) Whitely.
Enoch Whitely grew up on the home farm where he worked hard when a boy, for in those
primitive days everybody who essayed to establish a home in the country had plenty to do
in clearing and developing the land. He attended the subscription and district schools until
the commencement of the Civil war, when he enlisted in Company D, Sixty-eighth Indiana
Volunteer Infantry at Milroy, Rush county, under Captain Annis. They remained awhile in
Camp Logan at Greensburg, Indiana, then went to Indianapolis and were mustered into
service August 19, 1862, and were sent to Louisville, taking part in the Kentucky campaign. On September 17th of that year our subject was captured at Munfordville, with the entire garrison, but they were soon paroled and came back to Indianapolis where they remained until December, when they went back to Louisville. An unusual incident occurred during the surrender at Munfordville when Col. Edward A. King took the regimental flag from the staff pole and wound it around his body under his clothing and succeeded in getting through the parole and back to Indianapolis with it, which is probably the only case of this kind on record. Mr. Whitely was again sent to Louisville for service in December, where he took a boat for Nashville in January, 1863. While on the voyage they were attacked by the Confederates, two boats being captured and burned, several were wounded, among whom was a colonel. Reaching Nashville the Federals remained in camp there until in April, doing guard duty, then were sent to Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In May the division made a raid through Tennessee, capturing many prisoners, horses and supplies.
In June they went on a campaign from Murfreesboro to Chattanooga, and engaged in the
battle of Hoover's Gap, also Pond's Springs, then came the great battle of Chickamauga, where Colonel King was killed, and his company lost twenty-two men out of a total of
thirty-eight engaged, but our subject came through the two days' terrible conflict unscathed.
He then went to Chattanooga and was in the siege there in November, 1863. He was in the advance that took Orchard Knob and Missionary Ridge, and he saw Hooker take Lookout Mountain. After this our subject's division was sent to Knoxville to relieve General Burnside, who was besieged there, and they campaigned through the entire winter in that section, without tents or much equipment of any kind. In April, 1864, they camped at Cleveland, Tennessee, but the Sixty-eighth Indiana was detailed to do garrison duty at Chattanooga, where they remained until discharged from the service, June 20, 1865, at Nashville. During their garrison duty many raids were made in all directions and a great deal of skirmishing was done, fighting off the Confederate raiders on the railroad forming the base of supplies for the Union army farther south. General Wheeler was especially active against this line of communication, and a battle was fought with him at Dalton, Georgia, in 1864, during Sherman's march to the sea. The Sixty-eighth Indiana was one of the regiments sent to Decatur, Alabama, to keep back General Hood, who was raiding through that section. They returned to Chattanooga until Hood approached Nashville, where he was again met by the regiment in the great battle in which Hood's army was crushed by Thomas. According to his commanding officers, Mr. Whitely proved to be a brave and faithful soldier, and he was honorably discharged.
After the war he returned to Boone county and took up farming in Jackson township, also
worked out at farm work in Montgomery county. On August 26, 1866, he married Martha
M Emmert, a native of Boone county, who was born January 15, 1847, and here she was
reared and educated. She is a daughter of Simon and Mary (Canady) Emmert, natives of
Tennessee and South Carolina, respectively. Each came when children with their parents to Union county, Indiana, and there Mr. and Mrs. Emmert were married and in 1833 they removed to Boone county, entered land free from the government in Jackson township, where they engaged successfully in farming, reared their family and here spent the rest of their lives, the father dying in 1884 and the mother dying in 18--.
To Mr. and Mrs. Whitely four children have been born, namely: Elsworth, born July 12, 1867, married Louisa Moyer, a native of Montgomery county, who has borne her husband one child, Hazel, and they are now living on a farm near Lebanon; Lottie C., born March 28, 1872, married Joseph Canady, resides in Lebanon and they have one child, Harry; Mirty May, born June 6, 1873, married George McVay, and she died October 30, 1907, leaving one child, Gladys; Otto, born January 20, 1876, married Iva Jones, a native of Boone county; they live on a farm in Jackson township, and have one child, Jewell.
After his marriage Enoch Whitely went to farming on land belonging to his father-
in-law, remaining there some time, then bought a farm of forty-seven acres in section 20,
Jackson township, and here resided until 1905, when he moved to Jamestown. However,
he retained his farm until 1910, when he sold it and has since lived retired. He was very
successful as a general farmer and stock raiser and has a good home where he is spending
his declining years in comfort. He has been active in Republican politics. However, he is now a Progressive. He was elected township constable but refused to serve.
He is at this writing city marshal of Jamestown. He is a member of the Methodist Protestant church at Mt. Zion, where his family also belong. He is at present a trustee in this church, and at different times has held all offices in the local congregation. He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, Antietam Post No. 162, at Jamestown, of which he has been junior vice-commander.
ANNIS BURNSIDE CANADY CODDINGTON EMMERT HOOD JONES KING
MCVAY MOYER SHERMAN THOMAS WHEELER WHITELY
Submitted by Amy K Davis



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 _William WHITELY of Kentucky_|
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