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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Andrew Neel SHELBY

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky Book C, page #485, 27 June 1854
William SHELBY of Henderson County, Kentucky conveys to Dempsey F. KEMP of Crittenden County 100 acres on waters of Piney adjoining Andrew N. SHELBY for sum of $150.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Caldwell County, Kentucky page #180

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Caldwell County, Kentucky page #31

There are a lot of unmarked graves at the Nunn Cemetery and so Andrew may very well be buried there as well.


Susanna WOOSLEY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky 1799-1839
Married 3 Nov 1819 Andrew N. SHELBY to Susanna OOSLEY married by John TRAVIS and recorded 4 Dec 1819, bride's surname given as OSELEY also, bond dated 1 Nov 1819, bondsman: Nathan OOSLEY and he is also Susan's father consented personally and Andrew SHELBY was of age.

CENSUS RECORDS: 26 July 1850 Dist.#2, Caldwell County, Kentucky page #345, family #74/74
SHELBY, Susan age 49, female, $300, VA
SHELBY, William W. age 28, male, KY
SHELBY, Sarah C. age 21, female, KY
BLALOCK, John age 18, male, farmer, KY
LAWTON, Jasper age 16, male, mail carrier, KY


William Woosley SHELBY

He was 28 in 1850, single and living with his mother.

NEWSPAPERS: The Henderson Gleaner 9 March 2003
An imposing structure that has survived is the house at 424 S. Elm St., which was built in 1883-84 by Col. William W. Shelby. E. L. Starlings's "History of Henderson County" characterized the building as Shelby's "present magnificent residence" which was "certainly the handsomest in the city and much handsomer than very many metropolitan homes costing twice as much." The house is currently owned by Bobby and Jane Park. It's an interesting footnote to such a historic building that it was erected with one of the first building permits issued by the city of Henderson.
(I believe this W. W. Shelby in the article is probably a cousin to this W. W. Shelby.)


William M. FORD

NOTES: His tombstone reads Died age 28, "Whose benovelance caused the widow and orphan to smile and whose firmness caused his enemies to tremble. He was much appresst while living and much slandred since death." (His father James Ford composed this inscription for his son's grave. The purpose of the message was to still rumors about the dishonesty of the Ford Family.) He was one of the famous Ford's Ferry Gang founders.


Martha Elizabeth WORMELSDUFF

She was 23 years old in 1850 living with her parents.


Mary Ellen MCDOWELL

She was 6 in 1870.


James Wencile DAMRON

He was 6 in 1930, listed as a stepson to Hubert Orendoff, but listed as Winsol Orendoff.


James Wencile DAMRON

He was 6 in 1930, listed as a stepson to Hubert Orendoff, but listed as Winsol Orendoff.


Granville Davis HUMPHREYS

He was 6 in 1870.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Granville D. HUMPHREYS to Savanah C. SHEWMAKER by J. S. HENRY at bride's mother's, witnesses were Willis STALIONS and N. STALIONS.