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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Harvey FLANARY

He was 30 in 1850, listed as Harry, living in Pope County, Illinois.

He was 38 in 1860, living in Dist #2, Livingston County, Kentucky. His son William age 16, is listed with him as well as Cynthia COSBY and 4 COSBY children.

He was 48 in 1870, living in Dyers Hill Pct, Livingston, Kentucky.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Harvey and Cynthia were married by Josiah McKinney at groom's house in presence of William Kennady and Wash Richie.

DEATH RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
He died at the age of 56 of dropsy. The death records say his father was William Flanary born in Virginia and his mother was Polly born in Kentucky.


Louisa COSBY

She was 32 in 1850.

She was 40 in 1860, living in Pope County, Illinois. Her husband Harvey is not listed with her and she has 6 children.

She was 48 in 1870, living in Pope County, Illinois. She has 2 children living with her.

She was 60 in 1880, listed as widowed, living in the home of her daughter Margaret and son-in-law Samuel HAZEL, in Golconda, Pope, Illinois.


Lydia FLANARY

She was 9 in 1860, living with her mother.

She was 18 in 1870, living with her mother.


Andrew Jackson FLANARY

He was 7 in 1860, living with his mother.

He was 16 in 1870, living with his father.


Harvey FLANARY

He was 5 in 1860, living with his mother.

He was 15 in 1870, living with his mother.

He was 24 in 1880, single, living in the home of his sister Margaret and brother-in-law Samuel HAZEL, in Golconda, Pope, Illinois.


Annetta FLANARY

She was 3 in 1860, living with her mother.

She is not with her father or mother in 1870.


Louisa FLANARY

She was 10 in 1870, living with her mother.


Harvey FLANARY

He was 30 in 1850, listed as Harry, living in Pope County, Illinois.

He was 38 in 1860, living in Dist #2, Livingston County, Kentucky. His son William age 16, is listed with him as well as Cynthia COSBY and 4 COSBY children.

He was 48 in 1870, living in Dyers Hill Pct, Livingston, Kentucky.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Harvey and Cynthia were married by Josiah McKinney at groom's house in presence of William Kennady and Wash Richie.

DEATH RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
He died at the age of 56 of dropsy. The death records say his father was William Flanary born in Virginia and his mother was Polly born in Kentucky.


Cynthia SOUTHERN

She was 23 in 1850.

She was 35 in 1860, listed as Cynthia COZBY, living with her children in Harvey FLANARY's home in Livingston County, Kentucky.

She was 45 in 1870.

She was 50 in 1880, widowed, living in Dyers Hill, Livignston, Kentucky.


John FLANARY

I believe he is the John COSBY age 2, living with Harvey FLANARY and Cynthia COSBY in 1860.

He is 10 in 1870, listed as John Flanary.

DEATH RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
He died at the age of 21, of pneumonia. Parents given as Harvey and Cynthia Flanary.


Josephine FLANARY

She was 4 in 1870.


Thomas W. HART

He was 12 in 1850.

CENSUS RECORDS: 7 June 1880 Elk Springs, Warren, Kentucky page #264, family #55/64
HART, T. W. head, age 45, farming, has the fever, TN NC TN
HART, M. A. wife, age 36, keeping house, KY KY KY
HART, Fannie dau, age 19, KY TN KY
HART, F. E. dau, age 16, KY TN KY
HART, John son, age 14, KY TN KY
HART, Stella dau, age 8, TX TN KY
HART, Maud dau, age 6, KY TN KY
HART, Charley son, age 4, KY TN KY
HART, Hershel son, age 2, KY TN KY


M. A.

She was 36 in 1880.


Fannie HART

She was 19 in 1880.


F. E. HART

She was 16 in 1880.


John HART

He was 14 in 1880.


Stella HART

She was 8 in 1880.


Maud HART

She was 6 in 1880.


Charley HART

He was 4 in 1880.


Hershel HART

He was 2 in 1880.


Elizabeth MOORMAN

She was the mother of possibly 15 children.


Daniel FLANARY

NOTES: On 18 Aug 1787, he was granted 320 acres on the Red River for services to officers and soldiers of the Continental Line. He sued his brother-in-law John Montgomery in 1784 in Davidson County, North Carolina. Daniel obtained land in Livingston County, Kentucky in 1803 and was listed there in the 1810 census. He sold his Illinois Territory land in 1812. He sold more land in 1814. His Livingston County, Kentucky Will was signed 4 Feb 1820. (Notes found at WorldConnect submitted by Kent McMahan January 2004.)

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Daniel Flanary was the witness to Abraham Flanary's marriage.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Daniel FLANARY to Mrs. Rebecca COFFIELD bond 3 March 1818, bondsman John McElya.

PROBATE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky Will Book A, page #55
Daniel FLANNERY, very weak in body but of perfect mind and memory. Recommend soul into the hand of almighty God and body to the earth to be buried in a decent Christiani burial. To beloved wife Patsy, plantation whereon I now live with all the woodland belonging to the survey during her life or widowhood and then to son Thomas FLANNERY. To wife Patsy, negro woman Lucy and increase, slave boy Hiram, slave boy Joel, slave girl Maria during Patsy's life or widowhood and then to daugher Rebecca Eliza. The yet unborn infant, should wife be pregnant, to be equal. To wife Patsy, all household and kitchen furniture (except one feather bed and furniture), young black horse and bay horse, all cattle, sheep, hogs, geese, etc. To beloved son Thomas FLANNERY, one feather bed and furniture and wearing clothes. To beloved daughter Mary Elizabeth, five dollars only as I have given Abel TEAGUE 200 acres of land to support her as she is insane. Old black horse and roan mare and waggon to be sold by executor and the money put out at interest and money goes to beloved daughter Rebecca Eliza. If Rebecca Eliza dies without issue, above mentioned Lucy and increase, Hiram, Joel, and Maria shall revolve to son Thomas. Above mentioned people of color to be set free when my youngest child comes of age. Appoint son Thomas FLANNERY executor. Signed: Daniel FLANNERY Witnesses: Ephraim FARMERLY, Richard MINNER, John YOUNG Dated 4 Feb 1820, Presented in county court (no date) and proven by oaths of Richard MINNER, John YOUNG, and Ephraim PARMERLY.


Martha Rebecca

She was the widow of Charles Slaughter COFFIELD.

COURT RECORDS: In the Livingston County, Kentucky Order Book F, page 73, dated 20 Oct 1817 Henry Hodge is appointed guardian to Robert S. Coffield, Mary Coffield, Nancy Coffield and Emilla Coffield, orphans of Charles Coffield. Patsy Coffield is named as widow of Charles. Then in Order Book F, page 102, dated 16 Nov 1818, it was ordered that Daniel Flannery be appointed to take care of orphans of Charles Coffield.