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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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James Edmund SATTERFIELD

HISTORY: Kentucky, A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, Kniffin 2nd ed., 1885 Caldwell County
James E. SATTERFIELD was born 16 February 1832, in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. He is a son of Elijah Satterfield, whose father, James Satterfield, was among the earliest settlers of Caldwell County, having come from South Carolina in 1798, and having located on the farm where subject now lives, two and a half miles south of Princeton, where he died in 1820. Subject's mother was Mary Satterfield, daughter of Edmund Watkins of Virginia. Mr. Watkins left his native State as early as 1810, immigrating to Logan County, Kentucky where he lived several years, and later moved to Muhlenburgh County, which was his home until his death in 1834. Elijah Satterfield was a farmer by occupation and spent his life in Caldwell County, dying in the year 1846. Mrs. Satterfield, subject's mother, was born in March 1815, and is still living in Caldwell County. James E. is the only child of his parents. He was reared on a farm and in his youth enjoyed good educational advantages at Princeton and Cumberland Colleges. After his father's death he became a student in the Emory & Henry College, Washington County, Virginia in which institution he remained three years. After leaving school he came back to Caldwell County, and engaged in farming on the old homestead, which he owns and on which he has since resided. Mr. Satterfield was married 16 February 1858, to Miss. Anna L., daughter of Rev. Milton Bird, D. D., and Elizabeth A. (Dunham) Bird, the former a native of Barren County, Kentucky and the latter of Marietta, Ohio. Dr. Bird was a prominent minister of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and died in 1872. Mrs. Bird is still living in Caldwell County. Mr. and Mrs. Satterfield have a family of seven children, as follows: H. Kent, F. P., Hugh L., Coleridge M., Birdie, Robert Raymond and Nannie. Mr. Satterfield votes the Republican ticket.


H. Kent SATTERFIELD

He never married.


Frank P. SATTERFIELD

He never married.


Hugh L. SATTERFIELD

He never married.


Coleridge M. SATTERFIELD

He never married.


Robert Raymond SATTERFIELD

He never married.


John CASE Sr.

He was 33 in 1880.


Mary Jane WILKINSON

She was 1 in 1860.

She was 11 in 1870.

She was 20 in 1880.


Sarah Catherine CASE

She was 5 in 1880.


Martha Ella CASE

She was 1 in 1880.

She was raised by Gus Berlin.


William Frederick ROSENTHAL

He was 60 in 1880.


Sarah Jane WILKINSON

She was 1 in 1860.

She was 11 in 1870.

She was 23 in 1880.


Sarah Jane WILKINSON

She was 1 in 1860.

She was 11 in 1870.

She was 23 in 1880.


Sarah Jane WILKINSON

She was 1 in 1860.

She was 11 in 1870.

She was 23 in 1880.


Rosa Violet PLAKE

She committed suicide, by drinking lye, because of an unhappy love affair.


Ida Viola PLAKE

Her clothes caught on fire and she burn to death.


Columbus Franklin CASE

He was 3 in 1880.


Mary Catherine ROSENTHAL

She was 2 in 1880.