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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Francis Marion WRIGHT

He was 21 in 1860, listed as William F. WRIGHT, married in the census year living in Salem PO, Livingston, Kentucky.

MILITARY RECORDS: There is a Francis M. WRIGHT who enlisted in the Union Army during the Civil War on 13 August 1863 as a Private in Company C, 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry and was mustered out on 26 Oct 1863. Most of the men from Company C were from Caldwell and Livingston Counties with a few from Union, Hopkins and Crittenden Counties thrown in for good measure. He filed for an Invalid Pension 2 June 18?8 for his service in Company C, 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, Application #375218, Certificate #566925

MILITARY RECORDS: 48th Regiment Mounted Infantry, Organized at Princeton, Ky., October 26, 1863. Attached to District of Southwest Kentucky, 1st Division, 23rd Army Corps, Dept. of Ohio, to April, 1864. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, District of Kentucky, 5th Division, 23rd Army Corps, Dept. of Ohio, to December, 1864. SERVICE.-- Duty at Princeton, Ky., until December 1, 1863. Moved to Russellville December 1 and duty there (Cos. "B," "F," "G" and "H") and at Bowling Green, Ky. (Cos. "A," "D," "I" and "K"), until April 6, 1864. Guard duty on line of LouisviIle & Nashville Railroad from Cave City to Louisville, Ky. Company "A" at Elizabethtown; Companies "B," "F" and "H" and headquarters at Munfordsville; Companies "C" and "K" at Fort Boyle, Colesburg; Company "D" at Cave City; Company "E" at Shepherdsville; Company "I" at Louisville, and Company "G" at Smithland until July 8, 1864. Action at Salem August 8 (Detachments from Companies "B" and "C"'). Regiment relieved and mounted. Moved to Calhoun August 13-19 and join Hobson's operations against Adam Johnson August 19-24. Canton, Ky., August 24. Moved to Cadiz, thence to Princeton, Ky., and operating against guerrillas in Counties bordering on the Cumberland River until December 1. Skirmish in Union County August 31 (Detachment). Weston September 14. Action with Lyon's forces November 6 (Detachment Cos. "F" and "K"). Eddyville October 17. Providence November 21. Mustered out December 19, 1864. Regiment lost during service 7 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 96 Enlisted men by disease. Total 104.
Battles Fought by the 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry:
Fought on 07 August 1864 at Salem, KY. Fought on 12 August 1864 at Salem, KY. Fought on 10 September 1864. Fought on 16 September 1864. Fought on 06 October 1864. Fought on 09 October 1864 at Hopkins County, KY. Fought on 10 October 1864. Fought on 23 October 1864.


Mary GIBSON

She was 20 in 1860.

She was 39 in 1880, widowed, living with her children in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

She was 60 in 1900, widowed, living with her children in Lola, Livingston, Kentucky. She said she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living.


Lee Otis BELT

He was 3 in 1880.

COURT RECORDS: W. H. WATSON appointed Guardian 30 Dec 1891 in Crittenden County, Kentucky.

Can not find him in 1900.

He was 33 in 1910 and said they had been married for 9 years and they were living in Dist #7, Livingston, Kentucky.

He was 43 in 1920, living in Sheridan, Crittenden, Kentucky.

He was 52 in 1930, living in Cotton Hill Twp, Dunklin, Missouri.

Did he die in Missouri? I can not find a death date for him in Kentucky.


Elsie Elizabeth DAMRON

She was 24 in 1900, single, working as a servant in the home of Jesse Gray and family in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

She was 34 in 1910, married, and said she was the mother of 4 children and all 4 were still living.

She was 43 in 1920.

She was 52 in 1930.

Kentucky Death Index


Charles E. BELT

He was 9 in 1910.

He was 18 in 1920.


James BELT

He was 8 months old in 1910.


Escal Brownie BELT

Kentucky Vital Statistics Births 1911-1915 film #209595

He was 6 in 1920.

He was 19 in 1930.

Kentucky Death Index


Ethel Ophelia BELT

Kentucky Death Index


James Windfield Scott DAMRON Jr.

He was 10 in 1860.


James DAMRON Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1860 Livingston County, Kentucky family #267/273
DAMRON, James age 55, male, farmer, TN
DAMRON, Elizabeth age 43, female, NC
DAMRON, Mary age 20, female, TN
DAMRON, Minerva age 17, female, TN
DAMRON, Elizabeth age 15, female, TN
DAMRON, Eliza age 12, female, TN
DAMRON, James age 10, male, TN


Elizabeth LANDERS

She was 43 in 1860.


Reverend Arthur Hardy BELT

NOTES: He was supposely the baby of his family.

DEATH RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Arthur H. BELT, white, male, married, occupation Minister, died age 67 on 15 Oct 1877 of bronchitis, born in Tennessee, father Benjamin BELT born in North Carolina, mothers name not listed but record also says she was born in North Carolina.

NOTES: Info on his ancestors found at WorldConnect at this address: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=joycephillips&id=I826


Mary GIBSON

She was 20 in 1860.

She was 39 in 1880, widowed, living with her children in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

She was 60 in 1900, widowed, living with her children in Lola, Livingston, Kentucky. She said she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living.


James Arthur Hardy BELT

He was 11 in 1880.