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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Jane S. WALL

NOTES: She was the widow of William Covington. "Wilford-Williford Family History"


Lydia Ann YATES

She was 13 in 1850.

She was 24 in 1860.

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky film #559326.

CEMETERY RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky


Thomas YATES

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman was Simon Beard, also says Lydia is a widow and Yates is of age.

COURT RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Crittenden County, Kentucky Executors and Administrators list John T. Yates as executor for his fathers will and John Yates the brother of Thomas as the security they both qualified for this 1 May 1865.

CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Aug 1850 Crittenden County, Kentucky film #442965, page #245
He was 50 years old.

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 July 1860 Crittenden Springs, Crittenden, Kentucky film #803363
He was 59 years old.


Lydia LEMASTERS

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Bondsman was Simon Beard, also says Lydia is a widow and Yates is of age.

In 1840 she was listed as age 40 to 50 years old.


Willis Henry YATES

He was 19 in 1850.

He was 27 in 1860.


Sarah YATES

She was 23 in 1850.


Reverend John Thomas YATES

MARRIAGES: Crittenden County, Kentucky film #559325.

Crittenden County, Kentucky cemeteries and newspapers.

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 District #1, Crittenden, Kentucky film #442965
He was 21 years old.

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 July 1860 Crittenden Springs, Crittenden, Kentucky film #803363
He is living with his father.

CENSUS RECORDS: 10 Aug 1870 Hurricane, Crittenden, Kentucky film #545956

NOTES: He was a Methodist Minister.

NEWSPAPERS: The Crittenden Press Newspaper, January 21, 1892, Last Friday coroner Belmear summoned a jury and held an inquest over the dead body of a new born infant, found on the premises of the Rev. J. T. Yates at Sheridan. Circumstances point to the daughter Maggie Yates as the mother of the child. Her sister Emily Yates was an accessory to conceal the birth of the child. The verdict of the coroner's jury was to the effect that the child met its death in an unknown way. June 8, 1893, Rev. J. T. Yates, a well known local preacher, of this county, was before the quarterly conference of the Methodist church at Hurricane Saturday, charged with immorality, and by a vote of 13 to 5 the charges were sustained and the accused disbarred from preaching and expelled from the church.


Susan Emily CLARK

She was 7 in 1850. In 1870 she was 26 years old.


Mary T. YATES

She was 7 months old in 1860 and 10 in 1870.


Richard M. YATES

He died of inflammation of the stomach at the age of 14 months.


Reverend John Thomas YATES

MARRIAGES: Crittenden County, Kentucky film #559325.

Crittenden County, Kentucky cemeteries and newspapers.

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 Sep 1850 District #1, Crittenden, Kentucky film #442965
He was 21 years old.

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 July 1860 Crittenden Springs, Crittenden, Kentucky film #803363
He is living with his father.

CENSUS RECORDS: 10 Aug 1870 Hurricane, Crittenden, Kentucky film #545956

NOTES: He was a Methodist Minister.

NEWSPAPERS: The Crittenden Press Newspaper, January 21, 1892, Last Friday coroner Belmear summoned a jury and held an inquest over the dead body of a new born infant, found on the premises of the Rev. J. T. Yates at Sheridan. Circumstances point to the daughter Maggie Yates as the mother of the child. Her sister Emily Yates was an accessory to conceal the birth of the child. The verdict of the coroner's jury was to the effect that the child met its death in an unknown way. June 8, 1893, Rev. J. T. Yates, a well known local preacher, of this county, was before the quarterly conference of the Methodist church at Hurricane Saturday, charged with immorality, and by a vote of 13 to 5 the charges were sustained and the accused disbarred from preaching and expelled from the church.


Nancy

She was married to a Mr. Hannah first.