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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Daniel B. FLANARY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman to marriage was Robert Gilbert and both parties were of age.


Thomas FLANARY

NOTES: Thomas was long thought to be the first immigrant named Flanary. He served in the Cherokee War or Expedition in 1759-1760 under Col. Richard Richardson, whose men were mainly from the Camden and Georgetown Districts of old Craven County, South Carolina. Thomas is on the 1771 and 1772 Tax List of Surry County, North Carolina. Many now believe that Thomas, some brothers and sons of his, were found by 1777 on the Mississippi River below St. Louis, near Kaskaskia, perhaps to assist George Rogers Clark in an unexecuted attack on the British at Detroit. (Notes found at WorldConnect submitted by Kent McMahan January 2004.)


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.


Elijah FLANARY

NOTES: Elijah is recorded as one of six Flanary's in the area of McElmurry Station on the upper Mississippi River in 1777. His brother's Isaac and Daniel testified in 1777 that Elijah lived at St. Phillips for some time. A 1791 Act of Congress said that Elijah, Thomas, Jr., & Samuel Handley improved Illinois Territory land before 1788 and were entitled to 400 acres. Elijah was listed in the 1810 Livingston County, Kentucky census. He testified about brother Daniel in 1812. He married in "the little village", where Daniel lived. (Notes found at WorldConnect submitted by Kent McMahan January 2004.)

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman was James Bruff and the testator was Henry F. Delany.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Elijah was a bondsman for the marriage of Samuel Henley and Martha Neel in 1813.


Joshua TEAGUE

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman was Elijah Flanary.


Mary FLANARY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman was Elijah Flanary.


Nancy FLANARY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Joseph appears to be over 21 years of age and William Higgs made an oath that Nancy was 21 years of age. Bondsman was William Higgs.


Polly FLANARY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Both parties are of age according to David Canady who was also the bondsman.


Mary COFFIELD

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Rodgers is 21 years of age and Polly Flanary is the widow of William Flanary deceased. They were married by Abel Teague, bondsman was Henry Shouse and witness was George Williams.


Emily COFFIELD

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Henry Shouse is of age and Emily's guardian Allen Hodge gives his consent. Bondsman is Robert Coffield and they were married by Abel Teague.