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16.  ALBERT P.5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born 1808.  He married VIRGINIA ANN SADLER December 14, 1839 in Amelia Co, VA.

Notes for ALBERT P. ORANGE:
Orange, Albert P. Spouse : Sadler, Virginia Ann
Marriage date : Dec 14, 1839
Sec V, CH 4 Amelia, VA
 
Children of ALBERT ORANGE and VIRGINIA SADLER are:
 i. LUCY A.6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1841; m. JOHN H. DEATON, December 03, 1857, Amelia Co, VA.

Notes for LUCY A. ORANGE:
Dec. 3, 1857 - md. in Amelia - John H. Deaton   Lucy A. Orange
groom-22  bride-16   both- single
both- born & reside in Amelia Co.
groom's parents, A. R. & L. C. Deaton
bride's parents, A. P. & Virginia Orange
groom's occupation- Farmer
md. by John Johns

 ii. JOHN ORANGE, b. Abt. 1843.
45. iii. JAMES TRULY ORANGE, b. Abt. 1847.
 

17.  WILLIAM TILMAN5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born 1810, and died 1878.  He married ELIZABETH W. BELL Abt. 1850.  She was born October 06, 1827, and died March 31, 1903.
 
Children of WILLIAM ORANGE and ELIZABETH BELL are:
 i. JAMES ARCHER6 ORANGE, b. 1854.
 ii. ADA B. ORANGE, b. 1856.
 iii. GIRL ORANGE, b. 1856; d. 1856.
46. iv. WILLIAM EDWARD 'BUCK' ORANGE, b. September 09, 1857, Amelia Co, VA; d. February 24, 1915, Amelia Co, VA.
 v. GIRL ORANGE, b. 1859.
 vi. ELIZABETH ORANGE, b. 1860.
 vii. GIRL ORANGE, b. 1866.
 

18.  CATHERINE JANE5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1813.  She married ABLE FRAZIER October 14, 1834 in Bedford Co, VA.

Notes for CATHERINE JANE ORANGE:
Oct. 14, 1834; Abel Frazier & Catharine J. Orange, dt Wm. S.; Robert Lancaster, Surety.
 
Children of CATHERINE ORANGE and ABLE FRAZIER are:
47. i. GRANVILLE6 ORANGE, b. July 1825, VA.
48. ii. BURWELL WADE ORANGE, b. 1828; d. Abt. 1869.
 

19.  JOHN5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1820.  He married HARRIET MINOR Abt. 1843.
 
Children of JOHN ORANGE and HARRIET MINOR are:
49. i. PACHAL HENRY6 ORANGE, b. March 16, 1844, VA; d. August 04, 1928.
 ii. ANNE JANE ORANGE, b. 1846; m. WILLIAM THOMAS CRAIG, 1867.
 iii. MARGARET T. ORANGE, b. 1848; m. JAMES BOWYER.
 iv. MISSOURI H. ORANGE, b. 1856; d. 1931; m. JAMES A. DOOLEY, August 29, 1876, Bedford Co, VA.
 

20.  ELIZABETH CAROLINE5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born 1822.  She married LEMUEL J. DOGAN December 20, 1843.
 
Child of ELIZABETH ORANGE and LEMUEL DOGAN is:
50. i. JAMES E.6 DOGAN, b. October 21, 1850.
 

21.  EDWARD N.5 ORANGE (WILLIAM ARBUS4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born 1828, and died 1886.  He married ELIZABETH JANE ?.

Notes for EDWARD N. ORANGE:
Enlisted in the Confederate Army February 25th, 1862 at
Buford’s Depot in Bedford County, VA. At the time, he was 34 years old,
6 feet tall, dark complected with hazel eyes and auburn hair. His
occupation was listed as 'farmer.' He was enlisted by Captain R.C.
Jones, Battery Number 9, Company C, 20th Battalion, VA, Heavy Artillery.
 
Children of EDWARD ORANGE and ELIZABETH ? are:
51. i. JAMES WILLIAM6 ORANGE, b. July 31, 1856; d. November 10, 1921.
52. ii. MACDONALD ORANGE, b. June 1861, VA.
 iii. MARY A. ORANGE, b. 1863.
 

22.  MARY ANN5 ORANGE (JOEL4, JOSHUA3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born April 15, 1828.  She married WILLIAM JEFFERSON WHITWORTH, son of JACOB WHITWORTH and POLLY RAIBORNE.
 
Children of MARY ORANGE and WILLIAM WHITWORTH are:
 i. DORA PRICE6 WHITWORTH, b. November 09, 1866; d. January 10, 1950; m. ? RUCKER.
53. ii. GEORGE BOLLING WHITWORTH, b. January 03, 1868; d. April 07, 1955.
 iii. WILLIAM JEFFERSON WHITWORTH, b. May 27, 1870; d. May 01, 1915.

Notes for WILLIAM JEFFERSON WHITWORTH:
Never married.
 

23.  JULIA F.5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1821.  She married (1) JOHN C. MELTON.    She married (2) THOMAS JAMES MELTON.    She married (3) PAGE TYLER April 25, 1849 in Butler Co, KY.

Notes for JULIA F. ORANGE:
Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, TN, 1720-1926

Orange, Julia F     Spouse : Tyler, Page
     Marriage date : Apr 25, 1849
 
Child of JULIA ORANGE and JOHN MELTON is:
 i. GEORGE T.6 MELTON, b. April 05, 1852.

 
Child of JULIA ORANGE and THOMAS MELTON is:
54. ii. MOLLIE M.6 MELTON, b. August 14, 1854, Logan County, Kentucky; d. August 07, 1896.
 

24.  GEORGE H.5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born May 02, 1823 in Tennessee, and died June 19, 1904 in Butler Co, Kentucky.  He married SARAH WIER 'SALLY' HOOKER October 08, 1851 in Crittenden Co, KY, daughter of JOHN HOOKER and MARY HUGHES.  She was born September 06, 1830 in Tennessee, and died November 25, 1924 in Logan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for GEORGE H. ORANGE:
Bk. N, pg. 330 G. H. Orange & wife Sarah W. Orange to Rebecca J. Bobbett
$60.50 on waters of Big Muddy Creek on w side of road from Russellville
to Morgantown

George H. Orange gave land for George Orange Cemetery, and wanted to be buried at the gate according to notes of Hazel Jean (Orange) Sullivan.

More About GEORGE H. ORANGE:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

More About SARAH WIER 'SALLY' HOOKER:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY
 
Children of GEORGE ORANGE and SARAH HOOKER are:
55. i. JOHN BYRD6 ORANGE, b. July 07, 1853, Butler Co, KY; d. May 20, 1930, Logan Co, KY.
56. ii. GEORGE L. M. ORANGE, b. October 03, 1855; d. November 27, 1877.
 iii. MARY B. ORANGE, b. December 16, 1855.
 iv. MARY G. S. 'SARA' ORANGE, b. December 05, 1857, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. July 18, 1858, Butler Co, Kentucky.
 v. LAURA LURENIA ORANGE, b. September 10, 1859, Butler Co,  KY; d. Abt. 1861.
 vi. SARAH FRANCES ORANGE, b. December 22, 1862, Butler Co, KY; d. April 18, 1947, Oklahoma City, OK; m. CARROLL SAVAGE TRAMEL, October 10, 1880, Butler Co, KY; b. Abt. 1859.
 vii. MARGARET ORANGE, b. Abt. 1865.
57. viii. LUCY W. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1869.
 

25.  WILLIAM J.5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1826 in Tennessee, and died April 19, 1901 in Bowling Green, Warren Co, KY.  He married REBECCA J. BELCHER Abt. 1844 in TN, daughter of THOMAS BELCHER and MARY GILL.  She was born June 15, 1826 in Smith Co, TN, and died Bef. April 19, 1901.

Notes for WILLIAM J. ORANGE:
WILLIAM J. ORANGE,  Wagoner,  Co. D,  11th Ky. Vol. Inf.
Enrolled 14 September 1861  (3 years)
Mustered In:  9 December 1861 @ Calhoun, Ky.
Mustered Out:  16 December 1864 @ Bowling Green, Ky.
Ky. Adjutant General,  Volume # 1;  page 829

11th Kentucky Infantry Regiment, Union Army
Wagoner: William J. Orange
Co D, 11th Kentucky Infantry Regiment

Orange, William J., Private (Wagoner), D Co, 37 yrs, 14 Sep 61 at Rochester, KY. Aug-Dec 62 sick on
leave. 12 Jan 63-16 Dec 64 at home on sick pass. Discharged 16 Dec 64 at Rochester, KY.

THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS
Volume 1
Part 2
CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDERS (1836-1924)
THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY
page 1568
Grantee: Orange, Wm J
Acres: 60
Book: 51
Page: 494
Date Survey: 5-19-1857
County: Butler
Watercourse: Big Muddy Cr

In 1855 Byrd deeded land to four of his sons and 'George F. Orange,
infant grandson'; a later reference to this land refers to 'George
Franklin Orange' and makes reference to a part where William Orange
resides; George Franklin Orange was William's son.

 William sold land to Luther B. Orange (Byrd's son). George H. Orange, a
son of Byrd, bought land from George F. Orange, son of William. (Paddy Lorenz)

1900 U.S. census shows Wm  living with his son James Orange and
daughter-in-law Lillie (Hawes) Orange in Warren County, Kentucky. Wm was
inaccurately listed as father-in-law rather than father of James.  (Paddy Lorentz)

"Warren County, KY Burial Permits: 1877-1913"
at the library at Western Kentucky University.

William J. Orange
White, Male, age 77 years
Died:  19 April 1901
Cause of Death:  Influenza
Occupation:  Retired Farmer
Widower
Physician on Death Certificate:  Dr. Tom W. Stone
Born:  Butler County, KY
Residence:  Clay Street, (Bowling Green, Warren Co, KY)
Burial:  Salem Church, Butler Co, KY
Burial Date:  20 April 1901
(Glenda Presley)

More About WILLIAM J. ORANGE:
Burial: April 20, 1901, Stephens Chapel Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

Notes for REBECCA J. BELCHER:
LEANDER BELCHER, Butler County, was born July 4, 1852, in Logan County, this State, and in childhood removed with his parents to Butler County, where he was brought up and now resides.  He is the son of Thomas Belcher, a native of Tennessee, born in 1803, and removed from Smith County in 1847 to Logan County, Ky.  In 1854, he came to Butler County, where he died in November, 1862.  His father was Richard Belcher.  Thomas (subject's father) married Mary Gill, of Tennessee (born in 1809, and died in 1868), and their children were Rebecca J. (Orange), born June 15, 1826, Louisa (Tyree), born April 24, 1828, Mary (Melton), born July 6, 1830, Sutton E., born August 19, 1832, Susan (McCoy), born July 3, 1834, John W., born January 11, 1837, James T., born February 17, 1838, Elizabeth M., born December 29, 1839, Richard F., born August 10, 1841, Prudence (Chandler), born September 29, 1844, Zachariah Taylor, born January 29, 1848, and Leander, born July 4, 1852.  June 25, 1884, Leander married Barthenia, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Childers) Brown, born April 25, 1852.  Mr. Belcher has for the past four years been engaged in merchandizing at Townsville, and has met with encouraging success.  He is a member of the Baptist Church, and in politics is identified with the Republican party.
 
Children of WILLIAM ORANGE and REBECCA BELCHER are:
58. i. MARY E.6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1845, TN.
 ii. NANCY M. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1847.
59. iii. GEORGE FRANKLIN 'FRANK' ORANGE, b. 1849, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. 1913, Tennessee.
60. iv. LUTHER BYRD ORANGE, b. January 26, 1856, Butler Co, KY; d. Abt. 1920.
61. v. THOMAS N. ORANGE, b. March 13, 1860, Butler Co, KY; d. November 04, 1926, Muhlenberg Co, KY.
62. vi. REBECCA J. ORANGE, b. May 02, 1864; d. January 01, 1949, Butler Co,  KY.
 vii. JAMES B. H. 'BATE' ORANGE, b. January 1870, KY; m. LILLIE J. HAWES, June 19, 1894, Butler Co, KY; b. March 1875, KY.
 

26.  REBECCA JANE5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born March 17, 1829 in TN, and died February 20, 1907.  She married THOMAS M. BOBBETT October 15, 1851.  He was born November 17, 1828 in KY, and died June 05, 1862.

More About REBECCA JANE ORANGE:
Burial: Bald Knob Cemetery, Logan Co, KY

More About THOMAS M. BOBBETT:
Burial: Bald Knob Cemetery, Logan Co, KY
 
Children of REBECCA ORANGE and THOMAS BOBBETT are:
 i. JOSEPH W.6 BOBBETT, b. February 21, 1855, Butler Co,  KY; d. July 18, 1874.

More About JOSEPH W. BOBBETT:
Burial: Bald Knob Cemetery, Logan Co, KY

63. ii. JAMES C. 'JC' BOBBETT, b. February 24, 1858; d. April 29, 1916, Logan Co, KY.
 

27.  BIRD WILKERSON T. FET5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born December 22, 1830, and died April 23, 1907.  He married (1) MARY ELIZABETH THOMPSON February 12, 1854 in Sumner County, Tennessee.  She was born Abt. 1842.  He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH HUTCHESON June 19, 1857 in Logan Co, KY.

Notes for BIRD WILKERSON T. FET ORANGE:
Bird Wilkerson T. Fet was born in Tennessee.  He lived in Mississippi and moved to Butler County, Kentucky with his father.  Bird moved to Missouri for a while, where his wife died.  He said he could hear the Callope on the Steamboat on the Mississippi River when she died.  She is buried close to the Arkansas Border.  Virgil M. was 18 - Octavia was 9 and kept house.  Son Virgil Marion and grandson Alton Claron visited where grave was suppose to be, near Blythesville, Arkansas, but couldn't find it. After her death, Bird moved back to Kentucky in a wagon.

He was  a small man with an average weight of 123 - 130 lbs.  He was bald in his later years.  Bird was a farmer and a stone mason.  He was a chimney builder and tied brooms.  Bird was noted for his dancing.  He could often be seen dancing down the road.  Bird loved Tree Syrup and one would always look for him around tree saping time.  He is buried in Smith Cemetery, Logan County, near Davis Crossroads.

From notes of Hazel Jean (Orange) Sullivan.

More About BIRD WILKERSON T. FET ORANGE:
Burial: Smith Cemetery, Logan Co, KY
 
Child of BIRD ORANGE and MARY THOMPSON is:
64. i. MARY REBECCA6 ORANGE, b. December 16, 1854, Butler Co,  KY; d. March 11, 1934.

 
Children of BIRD ORANGE and MARY HUTCHESON are:
 ii. ELIZA CAROLINE 'LIZIE'6 ORANGE, b. October 09, 1858, Butler Co,  KY; m. JAMES B. 'BUCK' ESTES, September 01, 1875, Logan Co, KY; b. Abt. 1856.
 iii. MATHVILLA JANE D. 'JANIE' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1861; m. BAXTER D. ROBERTSON, December 27, 1877, Logan Co, KY.
 iv. PRESLEY W. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1863.
 v. LUTISCHE E. 'LETTIE' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1869; d. December 17, 1960, Flint, Michigan; m. JIM LILLARD.
65. vi. VIRGIL MARION ORANGE, b. February 23, 1872, KY; d. May 27, 1962.
 vii. BEVERLY W. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1875; d. Abt. 1897.
66. viii. OCTAVO ELVIRA ORANGE, b. October 11, 1878; d. February 28, 1937.
 ix. ROBERT ORANGE, b. Abt. 1880; d. Abt. 1894.
 

28.  LUTHER BIRD5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1834 in TN, and died February 12, 1894 in Butler Co, KY.  He married (1) NANCY E. FARMER January 17, 1857 in Butler Co, KY.  She was born Abt. 1839.  He married (2) MRS. MARY HARVEY January 01, 1890 in Logan Co, KY.

Notes for LUTHER BIRD ORANGE:
Civil War - Union Soldier
LUTHER B. ORANGE,  Private,  Co. K,  8th Ky. Vol. Cav.
Enrolled 5 August 1862 (1 year)
Mustered In:  6 September 1862 @ Russellville, Ky.
Mustered Out 23 September 1863 @ Russellville, Ky.
Ky. Adjutant General,  Volume # 1;  page 224

Know all persons by their
                                             presence that I L. B. Orange do
                                             make this my last Will and Testament
                                             hearby revoking all former Wills.

                                             (First) It is my will and wish that
                                             all of just debts be paid and all
                                             expenses accruing from my last sickness,
                                             also all necessary expenses for burial expense.

                                             (Second) It is my will that all
                                             of my real estate consisting of a Farm
                                             of one Hundred Acres is to go
                                             to my Wife Mary Orange to use
                                             and control and enjoy during her
                                             natural life.

                                             (Third) It is my Will and wish
                                             That all of my House Hold and
                                             Kitchen Furniture of every description
                                             Whatever it may be is to go to my said
                                             Wife.

                                             (Fourth) It is further my Will
                                             that all of my Farming implements
                                             of every description that I have on hand
                                             at this time also Wagon Buggy one
                                             mule one cow and a lot of Hogs
                                             and in fact every vestige of property
                                             that I have or may have an interest
                                             in at the time of my death
                                             to my Wife Mary Orange to use and
                                             enjoy as she deems proper.

                                             (Fifth) It is further my Will that
                                             after the Death of my present Wife Mary
                                             Orange that if there is any property left
                                             after paying necessary expenses of her
                                             last sickness and Burial expenses,
                                             It is to go to my Grand Children heirs
                                             of John L. Orange and be equally
                                             divided with them.

                                             (Sixth)  I appoint my Wife Mary
                                             Orange executor of my Will and
                                             that she be allowed to serve with-
                                             out-security, and that she be allowed
                                             to sell and dispose of such
                                             property as she deems best to pay the
                                             expense of my last sickness.
                                                 Witness my Hand and Seal this
                                                 Jan 11th 1892
 L. B. Orange

                                             Witness
                                             W. E. Githens
                                             John Allison
                                             J. W. Orange
                                             State of Kentucky
                                             Butler County Court Seal

                                                 At a County Court begun an held
                                             in and for Butler County Kentucky
                                             at the Court house in Morgantown
                                             on the 12th day of February 1894
                                             the foregoing Will of L. B. Orange
                                             was produced to open Court and
                                             was duly proven by the oath of
                                             W. E. Githens and J. W. Orange two
                                             subscribing witnesses that who also
                                             made oath to the testamony of John
                                             Allison the other subscribing witness
                                             thereto, thereupon the Court ordered
                                             that said instrument be recorded
                                             as being fully probated, thereupon
                                             the same and this Certificate are
                                             duly recorded in my said office.
                                                 Witness my hand this 3rd day of
                                             March 1894
                                                             W. S. Holmes Clerk
 
Children of LUTHER ORANGE and NANCY FARMER are:
67. i. JOHN LUTHER6 ORANGE, b. October 21, 1857, Butler Co, KY.
 ii. PAULINE E. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1859.
 

29.  JOHN ANDERSON5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born 1835 in Mississippi, and died Abt. 1898 in Dexter, Cooke Co, TX.  He married BYTHELLA HAYNES GORDAN September 01, 1860 in Logan Co, KY.  She was born July 07, 1842 in Mississippi, and died July 02, 1891 in Crowley Acadia Parrish, LA.

More About JOHN ANDERSON ORANGE:
Burial: North Cemetery, Dexter, Cooke Co, TX
 
Children of JOHN ORANGE and BYTHELLA GORDAN are:
 i. WILLIAM BYRD6 ORANGE, b. July 31, 1861, KY; d. December 31, 1925, Bloomington, Victoria Co, TX; m. LULA E. HARDIN1, October 24, 1893, Jefferson Co, TX; b. August 1870, KY; d. December 12, 1955, Tarrant Co, TX.

Notes for WILLIAM BYRD ORANGE:
1900 Census, Indian Territory, Choctaw Nation
 Vol. 14, E.D. 181, Sheet 19, Line 38
Orange, William B.            Jul 1861/38/KY
               Lula                    Wife/Aug 1870/29/KY

Died in Victoria County, TX while visiting at home of his sister Elizabeth Franklin Orange. Buried in Cresent Valley Cemetery, between Bloomington & Victoria, TX.  Married Lula E. Hardin; they had one known child, a daughter, died as small child.

Texas Death Index, File #45123

Notes for LULA E. HARDIN:
Texas Death Index, File #63804

68. ii. ELIZABETH FRANKLIN ORANGE, b. August 19, 1863; d. March 12, 1943.
69. iii. BAILEY ANDERSON 'BATE' ORANGE, b. 1869; d. December 23, 1934, Jefferson Co, TX.
 iv. FRED D. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1872.
 v. JAMES NATHANIEL ORANGE, b. Abt. 1875; m. LELA ?.
 vi. MILDRED ELLEN 'MILLIE' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1878; m. CHARLES LINEBARGER.
 vii. EITHIE 'ETH' GARFIELD ORANGE, b. Abt. 1880.
 

30.  JOSEPH G.5 ORANGE (BYRD4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1838.  He married (1) PARALEE JANE CHAPMAN July 14, 1859 in Butler Co, Kentucky.    He married (2) SALLIE ANN STRONG December 26, 1865 in Butler Co, Kentucky.    He married (3) REBECCA MINERVA FRANCIS TRAIL January 14, 1866 in Logan Co, KY.  She was born April 1845.  He married (4) RACHEL LOUISE ALLEN August 28, 1867 in Butler Co, KY, daughter of JOHN WESLEY ALLEN.  She was born May 12, 1844 in Alexandria, DeKalb Co., TN, and died November 22, 1919 in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY.

Notes for JOSEPH G. ORANGE:
Civil War - Union Soldier
JOSEPH G. ORANGE,  Private,  Co. K,  8th Ky. Vol. Cav.
Enrolled 5 August 1862  (1 year)
Mustered In:  6 September 1862 @ Russellville, Ky.
Mustered Out:  23 September 1863 @ Russellville, Ky.
Ky. Adjutant General,  Volume # 1;  page 224

More About RACHEL LOUISE ALLEN:
Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Bowling Green, Warren Co., KY
 
Child of JOSEPH ORANGE and PARALEE CHAPMAN is:
 i. HENRY6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1862.

 
Child of JOSEPH ORANGE and REBECCA TRAIL is:
70. ii. JOSEPH AQUILLA6 ORANGE, b. March 1866, KY; d. 1926, Daisy, Hamilton Co, TN.

 
Children of JOSEPH ORANGE and RACHEL ALLEN are:
71. iii. JOSEPH JOSHUA 'JOSH'6 ORANGE, b. November 22, 1868, Warren Co, KY; d. September 11, 1938, Warren Co, KY.
72. iv. FRANCES BELLE ORANGE, b. April 1871, Warren Co, KY.
 

31.  AMANDA MELVINA FITZALAN5 ORANGE (ZEPHANIAH4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born April 24, 1821 in TN, and died June 20, 1903.  She married LAWRENCE TINES April 22, 1846 in Butler Co, KY.  He was born May 13, 1824 in TN, and died August 05, 1901.

More About AMANDA MELVINA FITZALAN ORANGE:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

More About LAWRENCE TINES:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY
 
Children of AMANDA ORANGE and LAWRENCE TINES are:
 i. CORNELIA ANN6 TINES, b. June 24, 1847; d. December 01, 1902; m. M. M. BELCHER; b. March 29, 1844; d. May 04, 1923.

More About CORNELIA ANN TINES:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

More About M. M. BELCHER:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

 ii. ANDREW MARION TINES, b. Abt. 1848.
73. iii. GEORGE WASHINGTON TINES, b. April 14, 1850, Logan County, Kentucky; d. October 23, 1937.
74. iv. MARTHA ELIZABETH TINES, b. March 10, 1852, Butler Co,  KY.
 v. MARY M. TINES, b. Abt. 1854.
 vi. ELIZA H. TINES, b. February 11, 1856; d. November 29, 1879.

More About ELIZA H. TINES:
Burial: George H. Orange Cemetery, Butler Co, KY

75. vii. JOHN W. TINES, b. May 14, 1858, KY; d. August 18, 1924.
 viii. NANCY TINES, b. Abt. 1861.
 ix. AMANDA ELLEN TINES, b. Abt. 1862.
 

32.  ZEPHANIAH JORDAN5 ORANGE (ZEPHANIAH4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born August 07, 1830 in TN, and died December 20, 1902 in Caldwell Co, KY.  He married MARTHA ELIZABETH BLALOCK March 15, 1863 in Caldwell Co, KY.  She was born March 02, 1843 in Caldwell Co, KY, and died July 24, 1908 in Caldwell Co, KY.

More About ZEPHANIAH JORDAN ORANGE:
Burial: Ausenbaugh Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY

More About MARTHA ELIZABETH BLALOCK:
Burial: Ausenbaugh Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY
 
Children of ZEPHANIAH ORANGE and MARTHA BLALOCK are:
76. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 ORANGE, b. February 14, 1864, Caldwell Co, KY; d. October 31, 1951, Caldwell Co, KY.
77. ii. WILLIAM MELTON ORANGE, b. January 28, 1866, Caldwell Co, KY; d. May 03, 1958.
78. iii. DAVID SANFORD ORANGE, b. December 28, 1867, Caldwell Co, KY; d. March 23, 1957, Wichita, Kansas.
79. iv. THOMAS GREEN ORANGE, b. March 25, 1870; d. March 06, 1951, Hopkins Co, KY.
 v. NANNIE ELIZABETH ORANGE, b. December 04, 1872, Caldwell Co, KY; d. April 17, 1952; m. GEORGE WASHINGTON WRIGHT, August 13, 1896, Caldwell Co, KY.
 vi. ISADORA JANE ORANGE, b. February 28, 1875, Caldwell Co, KY; d. August 02, 1877, Caldwell Co, KY.
80. vii. EDWARD ALONZO ORANGE, b. August 18, 1878, Caldwell Co, KY; d. August 25, 1945.
 viii. MARY FRANCES ORANGE, b. June 09, 1880, Caldwell Co, KY; d. October 04, 1966; m. CLAY SCOTT.
 ix. CORDY JORDAN ORANGE, b. March 07, 1884, Caldwell Co, KY; d. December 08, 1947; m. MINA MAY MARSHALL.
 

33.  SPENCER FLOWERS5 ORANGE (ZEPHANIAH4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born November 08, 1832 in Smith Co, TN, and died February 15, 1917.  He married MARTHA HESTER GALLOWAY July 21, 1855 in Caldwell Co, KY.  She was born October 1834 in KY, and died Aft. 1900.

Notes for SPENCER FLOWERS ORANGE:
Respected farmer and served as Justice of the Peace.

More About SPENCER FLOWERS ORANGE:
Burial: Orange - Dorr Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY
 
Children of SPENCER ORANGE and MARTHA GALLOWAY are:
 i. ANDREW6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1855.
81. ii. CHARLES MARION Z. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1856.
 iii. WILLIAM L. ORANGE, b. 1858.
82. iv. JAMES RILEY ORANGE, b. November 1860, KY; d. December 30, 1932, Caldwell Co, KY.
 v. ARMISSA R. ORANGE, b. Abt. 1865; m. J. L. DEARING, December 02, 1891, Caldwell Co, KY.
 vi. MARTHA ORANGE, b. Abt. 1871.
 vii. LETTIE EMILY ORANGE, b. April 1873, KY.
 

34.  ANDREW MARION5 ORANGE (ZEPHANIAH4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born November 09, 1836 in Smith Co, TN, and died September 17, 1922 in Caldwell Co, KY.  He married MARY ELIZABETH DORR February 06, 1866 in Caldwell Co, KY, daughter of JOHANN DORR and MARY GREGORY.  She was born May 1840 in Robeson Co, NC, and died December 21, 1921 in Caldwell Co, KY.

More About ANDREW MARION ORANGE:
Burial: Orange - Dorr Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY

More About MARY ELIZABETH DORR:
Burial: Orange-Dorr Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY
 
Children of ANDREW ORANGE and MARY DORR are:
83. i. RICHARD MELTON6 ORANGE, b. 1866, Caldwell Co, KY; d. July 15, 1941, Caldwell Co, KY.
 ii. MARY ELIZABETH 'MOLLY' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1868, Caldwell Co, KY; m. JAMES B. HUNTER, November 16, 1888, Caldwell Co, KY.
84. iii. JOHN SPENCER ORANGE, b. Abt. 1869.
 iv. CATHERINE AMANDA 'KATE' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1871, Caldwell Co, KY; d. May 20, 1950; m. JAMES O. MCCHESNEY, February 20, 1895, Caldwell Co, KY; b. Abt. 1880.

More About CATHERINE AMANDA 'KATE' ORANGE:
Burial: Clarkson, KY

 v. ROBERTA 'BERT' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1872; d. Abt. 1920; m. REASON W. 'JACK' MCCHESNEY, March 18, 1897, Caldwell Co, KY; b. Abt. 1876; d. Abt. 1920.
85. vi. MARTIN LUTHER ORANGE, b. June 07, 1879, Scottsburg, Caldwell Co, KY; d. April 15, 1969, Princeton, Caldwell Co,  KY.
86. vii. JAMES ANDREW ORANGE, b. May 1883.
 viii. ANNA CORINE ORANGE, b. July 1887, Caldwell Co, KY; d. 1908, Caldwell Co, KY.

More About ANNA CORINE ORANGE:
Burial: Orange-Dorr Cemetery, Caldwell Co, KY
 

35.  ALBERT J.5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1817 in TN, and died Aft. 1893 in KY.  He married REBECCA M. HARROD October 24, 1843 in Smith Co, TN.  She was born Abt. 1828 in TN, and died Aft. 1890 in KY.
 
Children of ALBERT ORANGE and REBECCA HARROD are:
 i. SAMUEL N.6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1846, Smith Co, TN; d. June 19, 1866, Butler Co,  KY.

Notes for SAMUEL N. ORANGE:
Civil War - Union Soldier
SAMUEL A. ORANGE,  Private,  Co. K,  8th Ky. Vol. Cav.
Enrolled:  5 August 1862  (1 year)
Mustered In:  6 September 1862 @ Russellville, Ky.
Mustered Out:  23 September 1863 @ Russellville, Ky.
Ky. Adjutant General,  Volume # 1;  page 224
 

Pension Appl. documents for Samuel N. Orange  filed by mother
Rebecca M. Orange who md 'father of said son on 24 Oct 1843, Smith Co, TN.'  Samuel enrolled 5 Aug 1862, mustered
out 23 Sep 1863.

His mother states he 'was murdered near home on 19 June 1866 . . . pistol shot which caused instant death.'

Rebecca filed on 19 Jul 1890, stated her age as 63, and address as Sunny Lane, Butler Co, KY; Samuel left no widow
or child under 16 yr,  and Rebecca was without other means of support.

87. ii. JOHN T. ORANGE, b. May 21, 1848, Smith Co, TN; d. June 05, 1930, Turnertown, Butler Co, KY.
 iii. CORNELIA BELL ORANGE, b. Abt. 1851, Butler Co, Kentucky; m. JOSEPH ALEXANDER MCUEN, January 01, 1870, Butler Co, KY; b. Abt. 1848, Tennessee.
88. iv. SARAH F. ORANGE, b. July 08, 1852, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. December 27, 1929, Turnertown, Butler County, Kentucky.
89. v. YERBY H. ORANGE, b. February 07, 1854, Kentucky; d. February 14, 1929, Butler Co, Kentucky.
90. vi. ALBERT NEWTON ORANGE, b. February 21, 1856, Butler Co, KY; d. May 18, 1934, Turnertown, Butler Co, KY.
91. vii. AMANDA 'MANDA' ORANGE, b. Abt. 1857, Butler Co,  KY.
 viii. MARY H. ORANGE, b. January 21, 1858, Butler Co,  KY.
92. ix. GEORGE W. 'BIG GEORGE' ORANGE, b. February 1862, Butler Co,  KY; d. 1911.
93. x. WILLIAM SANFORD ORANGE, b. July 09, 1865, Butler Co, KY; d. December 23, 1938, Crockett, Houston Co, TX.
 

36.  CATHERINE GREENE5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1820 in Smith Co, TN, and died October 06, 1867 in Warren Co, KY.  She married JOHN H. HERROD Abt. 1838.  He was born May 11, 1812 in Alabama, and died May 25, 1895 in Richardville, Warren Co,  KY.
 
Children of CATHERINE ORANGE and JOHN HERROD are:
 i. THOMAS N.6 HERROD, b. Abt. 1838, Smith Co, TN; d. December 30, 1856, Butler Co,  KY.

Notes for THOMAS N. HERROD:
Died of Broncitis at age 18.

 ii. SUSAN HERROD, b. Abt. 1841.
94. iii. NANCY JOSEPHINE HERROD, b. September 09, 1843, Tennessee; d. March 13, 1935, Grayson County, Kentucky.
 iv. SOPHRONIA HERROD, b. Abt. 1846.
95. v. ELIZA F. HERROD, b. August 29, 1848, Tennessee; d. October 14, 1925, Richardville, Warren Co,  KY.
 vi. JAMES YERBY HERROD, b. January 30, 1855.
 vii. JOHN HERROD, b. Unknown.
 viii. FRANK HERROD, b. Unknown.
 ix. CALLIE HERROD, b. Unknown.
 x. GREENIE HERROD, b. Unknown.
 

37.  FRANCIS MARION5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born August 17, 1822 in Smith Co, TN, and died Abt. 1896.  He married MARTHA MCGEE April 28, 1853 in Smith Co, TN, daughter of JOHN MCGEE and LETHA ?.  She was born August 10, 1835 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1897.
 
Children of FRANCIS ORANGE and MARTHA MCGEE are:
 i. JOHN YEARBY6 ORANGE, b. June 04, 1854, Tennessee.
96. ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON ORANGE, b. January 14, 1857, Smith Co, Tennessee; d. January 25, 1937, Smith Co, Tennessee.
97. iii. HENRY CLAY ORANGE, b. March 12, 1859, TN; d. August 15, 1937.
98. iv. SOPHRONIA ELIZABETH ORANGE, b. April 23, 1862, Knoxville, Knox Co, Tennessee.
 v. CORNELIA A. ORANGE, b. September 09, 1864, Tennessee.
 vi. ABRAHAM LINCOLN ORANGE, b. January 31, 1867, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1913; m. CARRIE DEVINE AUST, August 26, 1886, Smith Co, TN.
 vii. NEWTON FRANCIS ORANGE, b. June 15, 1869, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1934.
99. viii. MAHALA GREEN ORANGE, b. October 14, 1871, Tennessee; d. September 30, 1942.
100. ix. WILLIAM G. ORANGE, b. January 11, 1876, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1902.
 

38.  AMANDA5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1823 in Tennessee.  She married ALFRED PAYNE.  He was born Abt. 1817 in Tennessee.
 
Child of AMANDA ORANGE and ALFRED PAYNE is:
 i. HENRY WHITE6 PAYNE, b. Abt. 1843.
 

39.  NANCY NICHOLS5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born October 10, 1827 in Smith Co, TN, and died August 27, 1897 in Butler Co, Kentucky.  She married PHILLIP HENRY TUCK January 08, 1848 in Smith Co, TN, son of POWELL TUCK and EDNA WILLINGHAM.  He was born August 23, 1822 in Bedford Co, TN, and died May 28, 1898 in Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY.

Notes for NANCY NICHOLS ORANGE:
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 2nd ed.,
1885, Butler Co.

PHILIP HENRY TUCK, Butler County, was born August 23, 1822, in Bedford
County, Tenn.; in 1832, removed with his parents to Smith County, where
he grew to manhood, and in 1848 came to this county.  He located his
home on the ground rendered famous in early church history, the 'Little
Muddy Camp Ground,' where the great revivals of the beginning of the
present century were celebrated.  Remnants of the camps and old church
house were in existence when he settled there.  His father, Powel Tuck,
a native of Halifax County, Va., was a soldier in the war of 1812;
removed to Tennessee in 1819, and died December 17, 1858, at the age of
seventy-three years.  He was the son of Edward Tuck, born in Halifax
County, Va., a soldier in the Revolutionary war; was shot through the
body at the battle of Trenton; became a wealthy slaveholder, and died
about 1839, aged seventy-six years.  Powel Tuck was twice married;
first to Nancy Fletcher, by whom he had the following children: Edward
B., George W., Nancy (Ford) and Nathan P. and William F. (twins).  He
next married Edna, daughter of Sharp Willingham of Person County, N. C.
(born July 4, 1804, died July 2, 1878).  From this union sprang Drusilla
M. (Hughes), Philip Henry, Mary P. (Porter), Paul J. (deceased), Powell,
Sharp H., Franklin F., Sarah E. (Tuck) and Rev. John P.  Mr. Tuck was
married January 8, 1848, to Nancy N., daughter of Yerby and Sophrona
(Jones) Orange of Smith County, Tenn. (born October 10, 1827), and to
them have been born, Lenis P. (Lee), George W. (deceased), Drusilla A.
(Gray), William H., Newton J., Missouri K. (Tinsley), Alice B.
(deceased), Yerby O., Nancy N. (deceased), Armitta S., Marianna, Alonzo
G., and Philip E.  Mr. Tuck is a farmer.  He has divided his land among
his children, but still retains 154 acres, well improved and in good
condition.  He is a member of the Methodist Church, and in politics is
a stanch Republican.

Tuck Fletcher Ford Willingham Hughes Porter Orange Jones Lee Gray Tinsley
=
Bedford-TN Smith-TN Halifax-VA Person-NC

More About NANCY NICHOLS ORANGE:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY
Fact 1: October 1897, Buried at:  Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY

Notes for PHILLIP HENRY TUCK:
PHILIP HENRY TUCK, Butler County, was born August 23, 1822, in Bedford County, Tenn.; in 1832, removed with his parents to Smith County, where he grew to manhood, and in 1848 came to this county.  He located his home on the ground rendered famous in early church history, the 'Little Muddy Camp Ground,' where the great revivals of the beginning of the present century were celebrated.  Remnants of the camps and old church house were in existence when he settled there.  His father, Powel Tuck, a native of Halifax County, Va., was a soldier in the war of 1812; removed to Tennessee in 1819, and died December 17, 1858, at the age of seventy-three years.  He was the son of Edward Tuck, born in Halifax County, Va., a soldier in the Revolutionary war; was shot through the body at the battle of Trenton; became a wealthy slaveholder, and died about 1839, aged seventy-six years.  Powel Tuck was twice married; first to Nancy Fletcher, by whom he had the following children: Edward B., George W., Nancy (Ford) and Nathan P. and William F. (twins).  He next married Edna, daughter of Sharp Willingham of Person County, N. C. (born July 4, 1804, died July 2, 1878).  From this union sprang Drusilla M.(Hughes), Philip Henry, Mary P. (Porter), Paul J. (deceased), Powell, Sharp H., Franklin F., Sarah E. (Tuck) and Rev. John P.  Mr. Tuck was married January 8, 1848, to Nancy N., daughter of Yerby and Sophrona (Jones) Orange of Smith County, Tenn. (born October 10, 1827), and to them have been born, Lenis P. (Lee), George W. (deceased), Drusilla A. (Gray), William H., Newton J., Missouri K. (Tinsley), Alice B. (deceased), Yerby O., Nancy N. (deceased), Armitta S., Marianna, Alonzo G., and Philip E.  Mr. Tuck is a farmer.  He has divided his land among his children, but still retains 154 acres, well improved and in good condition.  He is a member of the Methodist Church, and in politics is a stanch Republican.

More About PHILLIP HENRY TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY
 
Children of NANCY ORANGE and PHILLIP TUCK are:
 i. LENIS POWELL6 TUCK, b. October 31, 1848.
 ii. GEORGE W TUCK, b. 1850.
 iii. DRUSILLA ANN TUCK, b. October 26, 1851.
 iv. WILLIAM HENRY TUCK, b. July 01, 1853.
 v. NEWTON JONES TUCK, b. July 28, 1854.
 vi. MISSOURI KANSAS TUCK, b. 1855.
 vii. ALICE BELLE TUCK, b. Abt. 1858; d. October 13, 1860.

More About ALICE BELLE TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY

 viii. YEARBY ORANGE TUCK, b. February 26, 1860; d. April 24, 1887.

More About YEARBY ORANGE TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY

 ix. NANCY NETTER 'NETTIE' TUCK, b. 1863; d. April 01, 1882.

Notes for NANCY NETTER 'NETTIE' TUCK:
Died at age 19 years, 10 months, 21 days.

More About NANCY NETTER 'NETTIE' TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY

 x. ARMITTIE S. TUCK, b. February 24, 1864; d. November 06, 1885.

More About ARMITTIE S. TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY

 xi. PHILLIP E. TUCK, b. November 19, 1872; d. March 21, 1888.

More About PHILLIP E. TUCK:
Burial: Old Tuck Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY
 

40.  BENJAMIN J.5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born March 12, 1831 in Smith Co, TN, and died August 29, 1914 in Sugar Grove, Butler Co, KY2.  He married MARIAH ELIZABETH MARTIN June 02, 1850 in Butler County, Kentucky, daughter of THOMAS MARTIN and THERESA RICHARDSON.  She was born Abt. 1834 in Kentucky, and died Abt. 1910 in Kentucky.

Notes for BENJAMIN J. ORANGE:
name: BENJAMIN J. ORANGE

date: 140829
age: 083
place: BUTLER
volume: 041
cert: 20339
deathvol: 14

More About BENJAMIN J. ORANGE:
Burial: August 30, 1914, Martin Cemetery, Riverside, Butler Co., KY
 
Children of BENJAMIN ORANGE and MARIAH MARTIN are:
101. i. SOPHRONIA ANN6 ORANGE, b. Abt. 1851; d. Abt. 1932.
102. ii. MARY E. ORANGE, b. January 1853, KY.
 iii. THURSEY J. ORANGE, b. January 30, 1855, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. September 12, 1855, Butler Co, Kentucky.
 iv. AMANDA H. ORANGE, b. October 07, 1856, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1880.
103. v. ALICE SUSAN ORANGE, b. February 19, 1859, Butler Co, Kentucky; d. October 04, 1940, Byrd Twp, Cape Girardeau, MO.
104. vi. THOMAS MARTIN ORANGE, b. February 23, 1862, Butler Co, KY; d. November 27, 1918, San Antonio, Bexar Co, TX.
 vii. NATHANIEL PORTER 'NATHAN' ORANGE, b. Abt. March 1870; d. March 24, 1901.

Notes for NATHANIEL PORTER 'NATHAN' ORANGE:
Served in Spanish American War:

Nathaniel Porter 'Nathan' Orange, Private
Company H, 1st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
Enrolled: May 20, 1898
Discharged: Jul 8, 1899 at Ilailo, Philippine Islands

Company D, 37th Regiment, U.S. Volunteer Infantry
Enrolled: Jul 9, 1899
Discharged: Mar 8, 1901 at Presido, California
Born: Morgantown, Kentucky
Age: 28, Height: 5' 7 3/4', Weight: 141 1/2 pounds
Complexion: White, Eyes: Blue, Hair: Black

105. viii. ELIJAH E. ORANGE, b. November 04, 1872; d. January 29, 1967, Dallas, Dallas Co, TX.
 ix. INEZ ORANGE, b. Abt. 1879.
 

41.  ELIZZIE M.5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born May 30, 1833 in Smith Co, TN, and died November 23, 1856 in Butler Co, Kentucky.  She married ELIAS HUTCHESON January 22, 1856 in Butler Co, Kentucky.  He was born April 05, 1835 in KY, and died April 06, 1911 in Butler Co,  KY.

Notes for ELIZZIE M. ORANGE:
Cause of death:  Child birth

More About ELIZZIE M. ORANGE:
Burial: December 1856, Orange Cemetery, District 5, Butler Co, KY

More About ELIAS HUTCHESON:
Burial: Ebenezer Cemetery, Butler Co, TX
 
Child of ELIZZIE ORANGE and ELIAS HUTCHESON is:
106. i. ELIZABETH S.6 HUTCHESON, b. November 22, 1856, Butler Co,  KY.
 

42.  YERBY NEWTON5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1836 in Butler Co, KY.  He married MARY A. GRAHAM December 31, 1861, daughter of JOHN GRAHAM and SUSAN COHRON.  She was born Abt. 1838 in Butler Co, KY.

Notes for YERBY NEWTON ORANGE:
Civil War - Union Soldier
YERBY N. ORANGE,  Private,  Co. F,  12th Ky. Vol. Cav.
Enrolled 14 August 1862  (3 years)
Mustered In:  17 November 1862 @ Owensboro, Ky.
Mustered Out:  23 August 1865 @ Louisville, Ky.
Ky Adjutant General,  Volume # 1;  page 328

Notes for MARY A. GRAHAM:
GARRETT GRAHAM, Butler County, was born February 15, 1836, in the southern part of this county, and is a son of John Graham, who was born in North Carolina; came with his parents to Butler County in early childhood, where he died in 1862, at the age of fifty-two years.  His father was Garrett Graham, of North Carolina.  John Graham married Susan, daughter of John and Catherine (Cox) Cohron, of this county.  Their children are as follows: Garrett (subject), Mary (Orange), James, Elizabeth (Coley), John, Virgil, Esther A., Adaline (Oliver), Charles W., Robert and Millard F.  Garrett Graham was married May 19, 1859, to Serilda P., daughter of Paul and Catherine (Graham) Ferguson of this county, born February 22, 1840.  They had born to them the following children: Mary J. (deceased), Susan C. (deceased), Virginia M. (Sims), John V., Charles M., Laura A., Alonzo R. (deceased), Finis A. and Carlie C.  In 1865 Mr. Graham enlisted in Company M, Seventeenth Kentucky (Federal) Calvary, and remained in the service until peace was restored. His health was injured in the army, and he is now a confirmed invalid. Three of his brothers also served in the army.  Mr. Graham is a farmer and owns 215 acres of land well improved.  The family are members of the Methodist Church.
 
Children of YERBY ORANGE and MARY GRAHAM are:
107. i. WILLIAM FRANKLIN6 ORANGE, b. May 1869, Butler Co, KY; d. June 02, 1953, Butler Co, KY.
108. ii. ANNA BELLE ORANGE, b. May 1872, KY.
 

43.  SOPHRONIA G.5 ORANGE (YEARBY4, WILLIAM3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born July 03, 1836 in Tennessee, and died August 08, 1921 in Butler Co,  KY.  She married ELIAS HUTCHESON February 07, 1858 in Butler Co, KY.  He was born April 05, 1835 in KY, and died April 06, 1911 in Butler Co,  KY.

More About SOPHRONIA G. ORANGE:
Burial: Ebenezer Cemetery, Butler Co, TX

More About ELIAS HUTCHESON:
Burial: Ebenezer Cemetery, Butler Co, TX
 
Children of SOPHRONIA ORANGE and ELIAS HUTCHESON are:
 i. ELIAS N.6 HUTCHESON, b. December 08, 1859.
 ii. SAMUEL Y. HUTCHESON, b. July 09, 1860; d. July 13, 1938.

More About SAMUEL Y. HUTCHESON:
Burial: Ebenezer Cemetery, Butler Co, TX

 iii. MILLARD M. HUTCHESON, b. Abt. 1862.
 iv. FRANKLIN W. HUTCHESON, b. Abt. 1864.
 

44.  AZARIAH5 ORANGE (LEWIS J.4, LEWIS (III)3, LEWIS (II)2, LOUISS1) was born Abt. 1809.  He married REBECCA H. BELL November 18, 1846 in Amelia Co, VA.
 
Children of AZARIAH ORANGE and REBECCA BELL are:
 i. ELIZABETH J.6 ORANGE, b. 1841.
 ii. ANN ORANGE, b. 1848.
 



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