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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Francis Marion DANIEL

He was 12 in 1880.

He was living in Missouri when his mother-in-law died in 1905.


Minnie L. NUNN

She was 73 when she died.


Mary Ann HILL

NOTES: She died of neuralgia. She was buried in the family cemetery on the farm that is now known as the Cecil Nunn farm. All the markers are broken and laying under a tree in front of Cecil's house. Catherine Beard had Mary's stone moved to the Mt. Zion Cemetery.


Verlisa LUCAS

NOTES: Her stone was moved to the Mt. Zion Cemetery by Catherine Beard.


William M. HILL

William gave permission for his daughter Mary to marry Ingram Lucas.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1 Aug 1850 Dist #2, Crittenden County, Kentucky family #64/64
HILL, William age 68, male, farmer, $500, MD
HILL, Mary age 45, female, MD
HILL, Nancy age 17, female, KY
HILL, Susan age 15, female, KY


Martha LETCHWORTH

She died in childbirth with Mary Ann.


John Guy LOFTON

COURT RECORDS: Indentures of Apprenticeship, Book 1 Crittenden County, Kentucky County Clerk's Office ---- 8 May 1843 John G. LOFTON age 16 on 29 May 1844, apprenticed to Wm. H. ROCHESTER to learn the trade of a blacksmith.

He was 30 in 1860.

He is on the 1865 Crittenden County, Kentucky Militia list.

He was 51 in 1880.


Mary Catherine LUCAS

She was married to a Minner, before she married John.

She was 40 in 1880 and her daughter M. L. Minner age 14 is living with them.

In 1910, she was living with her son Guy A. Lofton and she said she was the mother of 4 children but only 3 were living.


Ethel B. LOFTON

She was 2 in 1880.


Martha Caroline HENSLEY

DEATH RECORDS: http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyliving/livdthsST.html


Doctor Mickleberry BRISTOW

HISTORY: Kentucky, A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, Kniffin 2nd ed., 1885 Crittenden County DR. M. BRISTOW, Crittenden County, was born in Essex County, Virginia 20 May 1806, and is a son of Sanders and Jane (Abbott) Bristow, natives of Virginia and of English descent. His father died in 1810, and in 1811 the mother came to Kentucky with her family and settled in Jessamine County, where she resided until her death, which occurred about 1816. After his mother's death, he remained with his Uncle until about sixteen years of age, when he came to Morganfield, Kentucky and began working out for himself. He remained there until twenty-one years of age, and then came to Crittenden County and followed farming and shoe making. In 1832 he settled on his present farm. He first entered fifty acres and subsequently owned 440 acres, a part of which has since been divided among his children. In 1832 he began reading medicine by himself, and soon after began the active practice of his profession, which for the past fifty-five years he has followed. He is now one of the oldest practitioners in the county, and is still in active practice. Dr. Bristow was married November 1828, to Miss Elizabeth Hill, daughter of William Hill; she died in November 1829. His second marriage was 1 May 1832, to Miss Sarah Gilbert, a daughter of Moulton and Nancy (Kane) Gilbert. Mrs. Sarah Bristow was born in Tennessee in 1812, and is the mother of eight children, of whom five are now living: Ira, Elizabeth, widow of Francis Woods; Susan wife of Harvey Hughes; Ann wife of John Heath, and Nancy J. wife of Marion Daniel. Dr. Bristow is a member of Zion Lodge, No. 70, and Wingate Council No. 35. He is identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church.


Doctor Mickleberry BRISTOW

HISTORY: Kentucky, A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, Kniffin 2nd ed., 1885 Crittenden County DR. M. BRISTOW, Crittenden County, was born in Essex County, Virginia 20 May 1806, and is a son of Sanders and Jane (Abbott) Bristow, natives of Virginia and of English descent. His father died in 1810, and in 1811 the mother came to Kentucky with her family and settled in Jessamine County, where she resided until her death, which occurred about 1816. After his mother's death, he remained with his Uncle until about sixteen years of age, when he came to Morganfield, Kentucky and began working out for himself. He remained there until twenty-one years of age, and then came to Crittenden County and followed farming and shoe making. In 1832 he settled on his present farm. He first entered fifty acres and subsequently owned 440 acres, a part of which has since been divided among his children. In 1832 he began reading medicine by himself, and soon after began the active practice of his profession, which for the past fifty-five years he has followed. He is now one of the oldest practitioners in the county, and is still in active practice. Dr. Bristow was married November 1828, to Miss Elizabeth Hill, daughter of William Hill; she died in November 1829. His second marriage was 1 May 1832, to Miss Sarah Gilbert, a daughter of Moulton and Nancy (Kane) Gilbert. Mrs. Sarah Bristow was born in Tennessee in 1812, and is the mother of eight children, of whom five are now living: Ira, Elizabeth, widow of Francis Woods; Susan wife of Harvey Hughes; Ann wife of John Heath, and Nancy J. wife of Marion Daniel. Dr. Bristow is a member of Zion Lodge, No. 70, and Wingate Council No. 35. He is identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church.