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Ancestry of Nellie Walker Inman

Prepared by: Steven Curtis Perkins

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1.    Nellie[1] Walker Inman (Andrew, 2) (A1). Born, 1 Feb 1891, in Whitley 
Co., KY. Died, 18 Jan 1965, in Williamsburg, Whitley Co., KY[1]. Burial: 21 Jan
1965, in E. Tabernacle, Pine Knot, McCreary Co., KY[2]. Occupation:
nurse teacher.

      She attended the Normal School at Cumberland College and was a school 
teacher in Tennessee and Kentucky.  She later completed a correspondence course 
to obtain a nursing license.

      She married, first, Frank Inman, circa 1910, in TN/KY. Born, circa 1890,
in Whitley Co., KY. Died, circa 1916 (?), in IN. Buried in KY. Children:

           i.  Mable Inman. Born, 13 Sept. 1914, Woolridge, TN. Died, 8 May
               1987, in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY. Buried in T. Chitwood Cem., 
               Pine Knot, McCreary Co., KY. She married (1) Daniel Caddell, and
               (2) George C. Barnhill.
          ii.  Noble Inman. Born, circa 1913, in TN/KY. Died, before
               1976, in McCreary Co., KY.

      She married, second, Henry Franklin Perkins, son of Jesse Perkins and
Elizabeth Jane Creekmore, 1920. Born, 2 Oct 1882, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 17
Jun 1963, in McCreary Co., KY[3]. Burial in Pine Knot, McCreary Co., KY.
Occupation: farmer. Children:

         iii.  Denval Perkins. Born, 4 Apr 1921, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 6
               Aug 1974, in Hamilton Co., OH[4]. Burial: 12 Aug 1974, in 
               Onstott Cem., Xenia, IL. Occupation: machinist/sailor. He 
	       married (1) Mary Ruth Ball, 7 Jun 1946, in Latonia, Kenton Co., 
	       KY. He married (2) Joyce Anderson Monk in OH.
          iv.  Densal Perkins. Born, 4 Apr 1921, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               1984, in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY.
           v.  Ralph Carl Perkins. Born, 1929, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 1984,
               in City of Norfolk, VA. Occupation: sailor/postman/real estate.



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Andrew Walker
Picture of Andrew Walker in miner's 
hat with pail.

Picture from Charles Goins.
2. Andrew[2] Walker (Nathaniel F, 4) (A2). Born, 3 Mar 1865, in KY. Died, 13 Aug 1913, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer/miner. He is reported to have died in a mine accident. He married Rutha Manning (3) (A3), 1885 (?). Children:

Picture of Rutha Manning Perkins and 4 of her children.

The photograph shows Rutha Manning Walker and Nellie Walker Inman Perkins in the front row. Alfred, Lillie, and Clark Walker are in the second row. Photograph taken about 1921-22. Picture from Charles Goins.

1 i. Nellie[1] Walker. ii. Emma Walker. Born, 1 Nov 1892, in Whitley Co., KY. She married William Richardson, circa 1910, in KY/TN. iii. Minnie Walker. Born, 11 Apr 1895, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, before 1900, in Whitley Co., KY. iv. Robert Walker. Born, 10 Mar 1897, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 15 Oct 1966. He married Etta Dingus, circa 1917. v. Edward Walker. Born, 16 Jun 1900, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 20 May 1967. He married Bullah Worley, circa 1920, in KY. vi. Alfred Walker. Born, 14 Jul 1902, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, after 1980. He married Lillian Anderson, after 1922. vii. Clark Walker. Born, 9 Dec 1904, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 17 Nov 1953. He married Sada Johnson, circa 1924. viii. Lillie Walker. Born, 28 Apr 1907, in Whitley Co., KY. She married Charles Goins, circa 1927.

3. Rutha[2] Manning (Jacob, 6) (A3). Born, 6 Jun 1867, in KY. Died, 5 May 1928, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife.

Picture of Rutha Manning Walker.
Picture of Rutha Manning Walker. Picture from Charles Goins.

      She married Andrew Walker (2) (A2).



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4.    Nathaniel F[3] Walker (Jesse, 8) (A4). Born, 10 Jun 1824, in KY. Died, 30
Mar 1888, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Pleasant Hill, Whitley Co., KY. Census:
1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 193. Occupation: farmer-soldier.

      He served for the Union in the Civil War
      He married Martha Ann Wiatt (5) (A5), 2 Mar 1846, in Whitley Co., KY.
Children:

           i.  Jesse V.[2] Walker. Born, circa 1844, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               1932, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Alsile Cem., Whitley Co., 
               KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 193. He 
               married Nancy Ann Cox, 1 Apr 1873, in Whitley Co., KY.
          ii.  George W. Walker. Born, 15 Nov 1848, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               10 Dec 1921, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Canada Cem., Whitley 
               Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 193. He 
               married Charlotte Smith, 30 Sep 1869, in Whitley Co., KY.
         iii.  Jemima Walker. Born, circa 1851, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, circa
               1907, in Whitley Co., KY. She married C. Seaborn Green Smith, 1
               Jun 1871, in Whitley Co., KY.
          iv.  Margaret Walker. Born, 27 Jun 1854, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               1953, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Canada Cem., Whitley Co., 
               KY. She married E. Thompse White, 6 Mar 1873, in Whitley Co., 
               KY.
           v.  Pleasant Walker. Born, 19 Sep 1855, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 7
               Mar 1945, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Emylyn Cem., Whitley 
               Co., KY. He married Anna West, 1 Nov 1877, in Whitley Co., KY?.
          vi.  Samuel Walker. Born, 14 Dec 1858, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 25
               Feb 1954, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in McFarland Cem., Corbin, 
               Whitley Co., KY. He married, first, Julia Crouch, after 1880, in
               KY/TN?. He married, second, Kate Rose, after 1900, in KY/TN?.
         vii.  Nathaniel Walker. Born, 18 Jan 1861, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               26 Dec 1937, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Briar Creek Cem., 
               Whitley Co., KY. He married Ruell White, circa 1880, in KY?.
        viii.  Rutha Walker. Born, circa 1863, in Whitley Co., KY. She married
               Green Rains, after 1880, in KY/TN?.
   2      ix.  Andrew Walker.
           x.  James B. Walker. Born, circa 1867, in Whitley Co., KY. He 
               married Susanna Richardson, circa 1885, in KY/TN?.



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5.    Martha Ann[3] Wiatt (Vincent, 10) (A5). Born, 6 Apr 1828, in Knox Co., 
KY. Died, 12 Aug 1892, in KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Pleasant Hill, Whitley 
Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 193. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married Nathaniel F Walker (4) (A4).


6.    Jacob[3] Manning (Francis Meredith, 12) (A6). Born, 1830 (?), in KY.
Died, 1 Jun 1901, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY.
Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 194. Occupation: farmer.

      He married Mariah Moses (7) (A7), 26 Dec 1850, in Whitley Co., KY.
Children:

           i.  Melvina[2] Manning. Born, 4 Dec 1851, in KY. Died, 9 Jan 1912,
               in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico Crk, Whitley Co., KY?.
               Occupation: housewife. She married William Smith, 20 Mar 1884,
               in Whitley Co., KY.
          ii.  Nancy Manning. Born, 18 Jan 1854, in KY. Died, 5 Nov 1890, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico Crk, Whitley Co., KY?.
               Occupation: housewife. She married John M. Shepard, 23 Feb 1871,
               in Whitley Co., KY.
         iii.  George W. Manning. Born, 26 Dec 1855, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               11 Jun 1917, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Pleasant Hill. He 
               married, first, Dicey Meadows, 16 Apr 1876, in KY/TN. He 
               married, second, Martha J. Neal.
          iv.  John Manning. Born, 27 Dec 1857, in Whitley Co., KY. He married,
               first, Haley West. He married, second, Lucy Moore Parks, 7 Sep
               1893, in KY/TN.
           v.  Sarah Sally Manning. Born, 12 Jan 1860, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 10 Jan 1915, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in L. Calvery 
               Hill, Cem. Occupation: housewife. She married John Lindsay 
               Stephens.
          vi.  William H. Manning. Born, 17 Jun 1862, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               20 May 1930, in Whitley/McCreary, Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico
               Crk, Whitley Co., KY?. He married, first, Mary Rains. He 
               married, second, Bell Meadars.
         vii.  Kerns (Doc) Manning. Born, Oct 1866, in Whitley Co., KY.
   3    viii.  Rutha Manning.
          ix.  Jacob Manning. Born, 26 Sep 1870, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 8
               Feb 1946, in Whitley/McCreary, Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Crk 
               Cem., Whitley Co., KY. He married Margaret Emily Mayfield.
           x.  Martha Manning. Born, Mar 1872, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 1975.
               Occupation: housewife. She married, first, Thomas White. She 
               married, second, Paris Owens.


7.    Mariah[3] Moses (Edmund DeBerry, 14) (A7). Born, 18 Mar 1832, in Whitley 
Co., KY. Died, 1 Feb 1873, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley 



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Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married Jacob Manning (6) (A6).



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8.    Jesse[4] Walker (Renelder, 16) (A8). Born, circa 1783, in NC. Died, 1871,
in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Pleasant Hill, Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in 
Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 249. Occupation: blacksmithfarmer.



      He married Margaret Peggy Bishop (9) (A9), 7 Aug 1820, in KY. Children:

           i.  Louisa[3] Walker. Born, 23 Aug 1822, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               29 Sep 1888, in KY?. She married Thomas Pritchard, 27 Feb 1842,
               in Campbell Co., TN.
   4      ii.  Nathaniel F Walker.
         iii.  Sara (Sally) Walker. Born, circa 1827, in Whitley Co., KY. She 
               married Samuel B. Wyatt, 2 Mar 1846, in Whitley Co., KY.
          iv.  Pleasant Philip Walker. Born, 28 Mar 1828, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 25 Apr 1904, in Caine Creek, Whitley Co., KY. Burial in 
               Saxton Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, 
               Dist. 1, HH# 197. He married, first, Polly Ann Patrick, 26 Aug
               1847, in Whitley Co., KY. He married, second, Margaret Petry,
               after 1886, in KY.
           v.  Elizabeth Jane Walker. Born, 22 Sep 1832, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 9 Jan 1890, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Laurel Cem.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 200. Occupation:
               housewife. She married William Patrick, 5 Oct 1848, in Whitley 
               Co., KY.
          vi.  Rachel Walker. Born, circa 1839, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, after
               1880, in went WEST. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, 
               HH# 249. Occupation: housewife. She married John Moses, circa
               1860, in KY/TN?.


9.    Margaret Peggy[4] Bishop (William, 18) (A9). Born, 1799, in Cumberland 
Co., KY. Died, 30 Sep 1874, in Knox Co., KY. Burial in Stony Fork Cem., 
Barbourville, Knox Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 249.
Occupation: housewife.

From Arnold Taylor:
	She was born in 1801, according to her father's pension application (1799,
according to Rockenfield, Our Boone Families, R929.2 B724r, and Norcross, The
Norcross Family of Henry County, Missouri, and Related Families). In the Whitley
County census for 1860 she is reported to be 56, which would make her born in 1804.

	There are references to her being born in Cumberland County, Kentucky but I have
not confirmed that, and no Cumberland records I've seen have any Bishops; the Knox
Death Records for 1874 state that she was born there, but information from survivors
is often suspect, and the liklihood is that she was born in the Whitley area of Knox
County. Norcross says that she was born near Cumberland Gap. (Note from SCPerkins: The 
History of Cumberland Co., KY, lists William Bishop as a founding Elder of the first 
Baptist Church in Cumberland County in 1797.  So Margaret Bishop was probably born in 
Cumberland County, KY.)

 	She married Jesse Walker in Whitley County on 20 August 1820 (Norcross says the
7th), and they were the parents of Pleasant Phillip Walker. Cornelius, supra, p.59.
In 1860 they were living in the Wild Cat area.

 	She died on the 20th (according to the Knox Death RecordCHECK) or 30th of September
1874, in Knox County. Norcross says the 20th. An M. Walker, who died in 1874 at age
73, is buried at Stoney Fork Cemetery in Knox County, on Little Poplar Creek. Knox
County, Kentucky Cemeteries, V. III, 976.9125 K739kc, v.3, p.78. This is probably
our Peggy.

      She married Jesse Walker (8) (A8).





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10.   Vincent[4] Wiatt (Samuel, 20) (A10). Born, 1794, in KY/TN. Died, 1880, in
Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 240. Occupation:
farmer/boatmaker.

Census material from Donald R. Wyatt (12 July 1999):

Whitley Co., KY census 1850 - household 240-240 page 353
Vincent	56 TN
Jemima  53 KY
Ellen   29 KY
America 25 KY
James   19 KY
Isaac   17 KY
Perlina 14 KY
Mary    13 KY
 
Whitley Co., KY census 1860 - household 454-429 page 690
V.       66 TN farmer 100
Jemima   63 KY
Elleanor 39 KY
 
Whitley Co., KY census 1870 page 341 household 15-15
Eleanor Wyatt 46 Housekeepeer 150 200 KY
Vincent       76 Ret. farmer          TN
 
Whitley Co., KY census 1880 page ? household 426-434
Vinson Wyatt 86 Farmer       KY VA VA
Elen E.      59 Housekeeper  KY KY AL
 
Apparently Vincent's daughter Eleanor never married, and kept house for her
father after the death of Jemima.

      He married Jemima R. Sullivan (11) (A11), 19 Sep 1819, in Whitley Co., 
KY. Children:

           i.  Ellen[3] Wiatt. Born, circa 1821, in KY. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 240. Occupation: housewife.
          ii.  America Wiatt. Born, circa 1824, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley
               Co., KY, HH # 240. Occupation: housewife. She married Squire G. 
               Cravens, 5 Oct 1850, in Whitley Co., KY.
         iii.  Samuel B. Wiatt. Born, 26 Mar 1826, in KY. Died, 2 Feb 1889, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Whorley Cem., Corbin, KY. He married
               Sara Walker, 2 Mar 1846, in Whitley Co., KY.
   5      iv.  Martha Ann Wiatt.
           v.  James S. Wiatt. Born, circa 1830, in KY. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 240.
          vi.  Isaac Wiatt. Born, circa 1832, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, HH # 240.
         vii.  Perlina Jane Wiatt. Born, 8 Dec 1836, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               8 Jan 1920, in KY. Occupation: housewife. She married Gilbert 
               Ellison.
        viii.  Mary E. Nancy Wiatt. Born, circa 1837, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 240. Occupation:
               housewife. She married Asa Ellison, 16 Feb 1860, in Whitley Co.,
               KY.
          ix.  Vincent? Wiatt. Born in KY.


11.   Jemima R.[4] Sullivan (James, 22) (A11). Born, 25 Feb 1797, in Knox Co., 
KY. Died, 8 Jan 1870, in Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH 
# 240. Occupation: housewife.

      She married, first, John L. Duncan.

      She married, second, Vincent Wiatt (10) (A10).


12.   Francis Meredith[4] Manning (William, 24) (A12). Born, 1805 (?). Died,
1843, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

      He married Lititia Anderson (13) (A13), 18 Jan 1827, in Whitley Co., KY.
Children:

           i.  William F.[3] Manning. Born, circa 1828. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194. Occupation: farmer. He married Anna 
               Gilreath, 26 Apr 1855, in Whitley Co., KY.
   6      ii.  Jacob Manning.
         iii.  Mary A. Manning. Born, Sep 1833, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, after
               1900, in Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH #
               194. Occupation: housewife. She married William Spradlin, 7 Jul



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               1878, in Scott Co., TN.
          iv.  George Manning. Born, Jun 1834, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 22 Dec
               1910, in McCreary Co., KY. Burial in Pine Knott Cem., McCreary 
               Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194. He married,
               first, Louisa Stephens, 15 Jun 1856, in Whitley Co., KY. He 
               married, second, Martha J. Neal?, 22 Jun 1889, in KY/TN.
           v.  Nancy Manning. Born, circa 1838, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, after
               1880. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194.
          vi.  Andrew J. Manning. Born, 7 Nov 1838, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 3
               Jan 1920, in Whitley/McCreary, Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley
               Co., KY, HH # 194. He married, first, Lettitia Celeter 
               Steele/Meadows, 31 Oct 1865, in Whitley Co., KY. He married,
               second, Mary Macamden, 4 Feb 1913, in KY/TN.
         vii.  Demcey White Manning. Born, circa 1840, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194. He married Alcey 
               Elizabeth Steely, 28 Jan 1869, in Whitley Co., KY.
        viii.  Louisa Jane Manning. Born, May 1843, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               after 1910. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194.


13.   Lititia[4] Anderson (A13). Born, 1809 (?). Died, 1880 (?), in Whitley 
Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 194. Occupation: housewife.

      She married Francis Meredith Manning (12) (A12).


14.   Edmund DeBerry[4] Moses (John, 26) (A14). Born, 1811. Died, 1847, in 
Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

      He married Martha Richardson (15) (A15), 29 Sep 1829, in Whitley Co., KY.
Children:

           i.  Louisa[3] Moses. Born, circa 1830, in KY. Died, before 1870.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190. Occupation:
               housewife. She married[5] Bryant Patrick, 1 May 1853, in Whitley
               Co., KY.
   7      ii.  Mariah Moses.
         iii.  Nancy Moses. Born, circa 1835, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190. Occupation: housewife. She married
               John W. Sumner, 14 May 1857, in Whitley Co., KY.
          iv.  John Moses. Born, circa 1837, in KY. Died, 1875, in KY. Census:
               1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190. He married Rachel 
               Walker.
           v.  Emily Moses. Born, circa 1839, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190.
          vi.  Ruth Moses. Born, circa 1844, in KY. Died, 24 Sep 1858, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 
               190.
         vii.  Martha Moses. Born, circa 1845, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190.
        viii.  Nathan Moses. Born, circa 1846, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190.



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          ix.  Edmund Moses Jr?.


15.   Martha[4] Richardson (John, 28) (A15). Born, 1814, in VA. Died, 1869, in 
Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Wolf Creek Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in 
Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 190. Occupation: housewife.

      She married, first, Edmund DeBerry Moses (14) (A14).

      She married, second, William Manning (24) (A24).



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16.   Renelder[5] Walker (Nathaniel, 30)[6] (A16). Born, 1748, in Frederick 
Co., MD. Died, after 1825, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

      Renelder Walker is identified as the son of Nathaniel Walker in a deed
found by Dr. June Welch in the records of Frederick Co., MD, Deeds BD, p. 193,
1766.

      In 1778 he appears in the records of Burke and Wilkes Co., NC, then he
appears in Knox Co., KY in 1802. In 1820 he appears in Whitley Co., KY (formed
from Knox Co.) and he last appears in Whitley Co., KY tax records for 1825.

      He married[7] Mary Wilcoxon (17) (A17), 27 Nov 1778, in Wilkes Co., NC.
Children:

           i.  Samuel Wilcoxen[4] Walker. Born, 13 Aug 1782, in NC. Died, 1849,
               in Lafayette Co., MO. He married Nancy Enyard Farris, 14 Apr
               1812, in KY.
   8      ii.  Jesse Walker.
         iii.  Mary Walker. Born, 1785, in Claiborne Co., TN?. Died, after
               1870, in Saline Co., MO. She married Moses Gatliff, 5 Sep 1803,
               in Knox Co., KY.
          iv.  Elias M. Walker. Born, circa 1786, in NC?. Died, before 1850, in
               Davies Co., MO. He married Maria Moffit Goodman, 20 Nov 1843
               (?), in Davies Co., MO.
           v.  Joel Hayden Walker. Born, 8 Dec 1788, in NC?. Died, 18 Jan 1875,
               in Warrensburg, Johnson Co., MO. He married Cynthia Sharp, 4 Jul
               1819, in Whitley Co., KY.
          vi.  Nathaniel Walker. Born, circa 1790, in NC?. Died, 1859, in 
               Saline Co., MO. Burial in Walker Cem., Shackleford, MO. He 
               married Margaret Goodin, 31 Oct 1811, in Knox Co., KY.
         vii.  John Walker. Born, circa 1790, in NC?. Died, before 1795, in 
               NC?.
        viii.  Jane D. Walker. Born, 6 Nov 1794, in KY?. Died in Bates Co., MO.
               She married James Brock Sears, 3 Dec 1812, in Knox Co., KY.
          ix.  Rachel Boone Walker. Born, 6 Nov 1794, in KY?. Died, 28 Feb
               1835, in MO. She married William Thomas Swift, circa 1820, in 
               KY?.
           x.  Diana Walker. Born, circa 1795, in KY?. Died in Claiborne Co., 
               TN. She married John Coffee, circa 1815, in KY?.



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          xi.  Pleasant Philip Walker. Born, 8 Mar 1796, in Claiborne Co., TN.
               Died, 24 May 1878, in Shawnee Mound Tp, Henry Co., MO. He 
               married, first, Rebecca Langford, before 1830. He married,
               second, Adeline Lindsey, 22 Oct 1840, in Henry Co., MO.
         xii.  George Wilcoxen Walker. Born, 16 Sep 1800, in Knox Co., KY.
               Died, 24 Dec 1886, in Henry Co., MO.
        xiii.  Sarah (Sally) Walker. Born, circa 1801, in TN?. Died, after
               1850, in Henry Co., MO?. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist.
               2, HH# 10. She married John Sharp, 14 May 1819, in Whitley Co., 
               KY.


17.   Mary[5] Wilcoxon (John, 31) (A17). Born, 1760, in Rowan Co., NC. Died,
after 1830, in Lafayette Co., MO. Burial in Lafayette Co., MO. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married[7] Renelder Walker (16) (A16).


18.   William[5] Bishop (A18). Born, 1755 (?), in PA. Died, 1834, in Whitley 
Co., KY. Prob of Est: 15 Dec 1834, in Whitley Co., Ky, Will Book 1, Inv. p. 54.
Occupation: farmer.

	He was in Cumberland Co., KY in the 1790s and was one of the founding 
Elders of the first Baptist Church in the county (The History of Cumberland 
County, KY).  He appears in the 1810 Census of Knox Co., KY on page 70.  By 1820 
he is in Whitley Co., KY and he appears in the 1830 Census of Whitley Co., KY.

From Arnold Taylor:
	He was born about 1760, based on his pension application described 
below. According to the Knox Death Records for 1874, the parents of Margaret 
Bishop, his daughter, were both born in Pennsylvania, but since neither the 
parents nor Margaret could have been telling anyone that, there is no way to 
verify it. He came to Kentucky from Virginia. He died after June 1831 and 
before 15 Dec 1834 in Whitley County. He was sued and lost a case in the June 
Term of Whitley Circuit Court. Whitley Circuit Court Order Book A-B-C, p.505. 
Whitley County, Kentucky Will Book 1, 1818-1854, 976.902 W613b, by Broyles, at 
33 (Original page 54) shows an Inventory and Appraisal of his Estate on 15 
December 1834.

	He was married to Polly or Jane ____, and the latter is probably our 
ancestor. The Wolf Creek Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Whitley County 
has a Jane Bishop, born ___, died 13 June 1840. M10 C6. William does not appear 
in the listings for that cemetery available to me and I was unable to find him 
there in the Spring of 1996.

	He was a Revolutionary War soldier. Crozier's Virginia Military Records, 
R975.5 V817m, pp. 724 & 729 provided some information about his application for 
a pension. That source has some flaws, as shown by the record in Whitley Circuit 
Court Order Book A-B-C, p.54. He made application on 18 July 1820, while living 
in Whitley County, Kentucky. He said that he was about 60, which would make him 
born about 1760. He enlisted at Winchester, Virginia and served for 18 months, 
going out in 1777 under Captain John Rice of Col. Adam Stephens' (Fourth 
Virginia?) Regiment, General Daniel Morgan's Brigade. He was at the Brandywine 
and Germantown. He was discharged at White Marsh. He said he was practically 
penniless.

	His seven living children, according to the Application, were Mahlon 
(38), Lydia (36), John (33), Polly (31), Betsy (Elizabeth, 29), Margaret (Peggy 
19) and Jennie (18); all were married except Margaret, our ancestor (she got 
married in August), and she was not living at home. Mention is made of a wife, 
who was afflicted with rheumatism; that must have been Jane, who did not die 
until 1840.
Whitley County Circuit Court, July Term 1820, p. 54, Order Book A-B-C. William Bishop, an applicant for a pension under the act of Congress of the 18th of March 1818 appears in court and makes his application in writing touching his service and also exhibited and made oath to a schedule of his estate which affidavit and schedule signed by the said William Bishop follows in these words, viz., State of Kentucky, 12th Judicial District and Circuit Court for Whitley County Etc. On the Eighteenth day of July in the year 1820 in open court before the circuit court aforesaid it being a court of Record by act of Assembly proceeding according to the course of common law personally appeared William Bishop aged about sixty years a resident in Whitley County aforesaid, who being sworn according to the law with the view of obtaining a pension under the provisions of the Act of Congress passed on the 18th day of March in the year 1818 entitled "An Act to Provide for certain persons engaged in the Land and Naval forces service of the United States in the Revolutionary War" declared that he enlisted in the service of the United States for the term of eighteen months which term he faithfully served and was discharged at White Marsh that his enlistment aforesaid was in the year 1777 in the Company commanded by Captain John Rice, the Regiment commanded by Col Stephens and the Brigade by General Daniel Morgan that the said Regiment as he believes was the 4th Virginia Regiment upon the Continental Establishment. That he enlisted in Winchester in Virginia was during his time of service aforesaid in the Battle of Brandywine and in the Battle of Germantown. That he lost his discharge and has no other proof of his service now in his power. He stated further upon his oath that he has not since the 18 day of March 1818 conveyed away sold or in any manner transfered any money or property with the view of diminishing his estate so as to bring his case within the provisions of the before mentioned Act of Congress and that he has not any estate real or personal or xxxxx in possession xxxxxx xx xxxxx xo has any person whatsoever any property real or personal or xxxxx in trust for him nor is any person indebted to him or liable to him by Covenant for any money or property other than what is xxxxxxxed in the schedule below, Viz., No land and little mare of the value of $15 one cow and calf of the value of $15 due him by note signed the day and year aforesaid in open court William Bishop The said William Bishop further stated upon the oath afsd. that his occupation is that of a tiller of the ground at which he is able to perform but little labour owing to a defect in one of his arms That he has a wife sorely afflicted with the Rheumatism that he has seven Children alive, namely Mahlon aged about 38 years long since married, Lydia aged about 36 years long since married, John aged about 33 years long since married, Polly aged about 31 years long since married, Betsy aged about 29 years married, Peggy aged about 19 now single but not residing with her parents, and Jenny aged about 18 years married Sworn and declared upon the oath of the said William Bishop and subscribed by him before me John L Bridges Presiding Judge of the Circuit Court above mentioned in open court the day and year first mentioned John L Bridges And at the same time John G Laughlin being duly sworn stated that he believes that the schedule rendered by the said William Bishop is correct and true and he further stated that he is acquainted with the circumstances of the said William Bishop his character and that he is a man of honest fair character upon consideration of the affidavit of the said William Bishop and the oath of the said John G Laughlin it is the opinion of the Court that the matters of the said affidavit and schedule are true and it is ordered that the same with the opinion of the Court be certified to the Secretary of War.
	Crozier also has an entry on p. 79, indicating that the Brunswick 
County Militia records for March 1777-October 1782 show a William Bishop as 
an Ensign on 27 August 1781, but that is not likely our William, as his tour 
of duty should have ended in 1779 at the latest. Moreover, Brunswick County 
is at the southern border of Virginia, whereas Winchester is at the northern.

	By the time of the 1830 Whitley County census, he was listed as 
William, Sr.; he was stated to be 70-80 years old, living with a female 
60-70 years of age. The Whitley Co., Ky. Tax List Summary, 1819-1850, supra, 
p.24, shows William, Sr. being taxed on 50 acres of land on Linncamp for 1830 
and 1831.

From Gloria Perkins:
	Land Record Book l page 435 Whitley Co Ky Jan 5, 1833 Jesse Walker and 
wife and Mahlen Bishop to Jesse Ausbin for $100.00 for 50 acres on Lynn Camp 
Creek including place where Wm. Bishop, Sr. formerly lived.
Signed: Jesse Walker X     (son in law)
        Peggy Walker X     (daughter) 
        Mahlin Bishop      (most likely a son)
        Wm. Sexon          (""" son in law)
        Jane Sexon         (""" daughter)
        John Bishop        (""" son) 
        Jane Bishop        (maybe wife/widow)
Recorded July 24, 1833  


      He married Jane unknown (19) (A19), 1790 (?). Children:

	Utilizing the data from his pension application, the seven children 
of William were the following:

           i.  Mahlon Bishop2. Born about 1782 VA.  Married August 12, 1803 
	       Granger Co Tenn Rose Furgeson(per the late Flossie Meadors) (note
	       -in Deed records it is listed Mahlon Bishop and Rosanah) married 
	       October 30, 1838 Whitley Co Ruth Eaton born c. 1820 (note Ruth 
	       Eaton Bishop married Whitley Co 3-22-1854 Henry Anders/Andrews 
	       age 45.
          ii.  Lydia Bishop2. Born about 1784 VA.
         iii.  John Bishop2. Born about 1787 VA. Married Jane ----.
          iv.  Polly Bishop2. Born about 1789. Kozee, Pioneer Families, supra, 
               p.72, says that Polly married Anthony Seals in Knox County on 
               31 January 1808.
           v.  Elizabeth Bishop2. Born about 1791. Elisabeth married or was    
               licensed to marry Jacob Egnor in Whitley County on 7
               November 1833. Hall, Will Book One, Whitley County Kentucky,  9
               76.9132 H174w; Knox-Laurel-Whitley Early Marriages, supra, p.29.
               She may be the Mrs. Elizabeth Eggnor who married William Taylor
               (aged 44) in Whitley Co. on 25 October 1860. Supra, p.90. There
               is quite an age difference there, however.
    9     vi.  Margaret Bishop[4].
         vii.  Jennie Bishop2. Born about 1802.



19. Jane[5] unknown (A19). Died 13 June 1840, buried in Wolf Creek Missionary Baptist Church Cemetary, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married William Bishop (18) (A18).

20. Samuel[5] Wiatt[8] (A20). Born, 1745 (?) VA. Died, 1835, in Knox Co., KY. Occupation: farmer. F&I War; Rev War. Slave owner.

From Donald Perkins (17 Jan 1999):

We know a lot about Samuel Wyatt of Whitley Co., Ky.: 1783 Greene Co., Tn. Tax list, Rev. War veteran, N.C. Militia Species pay Certificate No. 603, dated 12 Jun. 1783. Was evidently in the same outfit as John Bennett, whose daughter Rebecca Samuel married 1775. John Bennett was paid by N.C Species pay Certificate No. 607 dated 12 Jun. 1783 (North Carolina State Archives Revolutionary Army Accounts).
Jerry Coffelt and I independently proved our line authentication to S.A.R. in 1998 on Samuel Wyatt of Whitley Co., Ky. He was born in Va. He died in Knox Co., Ky. in Jul/Aug 1835. He is listed on the 1805 tax list of Knox Co., Ky. and in the 1810, 1820 and 1830 Knox Co., Ky. Census. His estate was probated Oct. 1835 in Knox Co., Ky. Knox Co., Ky. Deed Books B, C, & D detail numerous Sam Wyatt land transactions. He lived at the junction of Stinking Creek & the Cumberland River about 5 miles above Barbourville. His widow, Rebecca Bennett Wyatt went to live with relatives in Laurel Co. after he died. If we can locate his tombstone, we may be able to get a b'date to help us on Rowe or John. Sam Wyatt had 15 children that we know of.

From Barbara J. McClanahan, (16 Jan 1999):
Goodspeed's 1889 History of Benton County as it was reprinted by the Benton County Historical Society in the 1970s. The article was on the Rev. Wyatt Coffelt and I quote:

"Rev. Wyatt Coffelt, minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and also farmer and stock raiser of Benton County, Ark., was born in Knox Co, Ky., February 3, 1812, and resided in his native State until he was fifteen years of age, when he was taken to Monroe County, Tenn., by his parents, Jacob and Susanna (Wyatt) Coffelt, who were born in Greenbrier County, Va., in 1782 and 1786, respectively. Jacob Coffelt was a son of Philip Coffelt, who was of German birth, and served under Col. Washington in the French and Indian War at Braddock's defeat. He also served through the Revolutionary War. His wife, Ellen (Ryan) Coffelt, was captured by the Shawnee Indians during the French and Indian War, and after eleven weeks' captivity succeeded in effecting her escape. She was born in Ireland, and came with her parents to America at the age of five years. Jacob Coffelt was a farmer, and died in 1827, and his widow in 1864. They were members of the Baptist Church. The mother's father, Samuel Wyatt, also served in the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War."

Knox Co., Ky - 3/21/1820 Samuel Wyatt gave power of attorney to his son William Wyatt of Greene Co., Tn. to settle the affairs of his wife, the former Rebecca Bennett, daughter of John Bennett.

He married Rebecca Bennett (21) (A21), 1780 (?). Children: i. Thomas[4] Wiatt. Born, circa 1775. Died, before 1835. He married Polly Davis. ii. Elizabeth Wiatt. Born, 2 Feb 1782, in VA. Died, 27 May 1848, in Knox Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married Isaac Stewart, 9 Sep 1807, in Knox Co., KY. iii. James Wiatt. Born, circa 1785. Died, circa 1849, in Laurel Co., KY?. He married, first, Sally Hubbard. He married, second, Phoebe Johnson, 3 Jun 1840, in Knox Co., KY. iv. Sarah Sally Wiatt. Born, circa 1790, in NC/TN/KY. Died, after 1835. Census: 1850, in POSSIBLY!, Pulaski Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 985. Occupation: housewife. She married James Coffet. v. John Wiatt. Born, 1791, in TN/KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 2, HH# 132. He married Mary Stewart, 21 Feb 1810, in Knox Co., KY. COMMSOFT ROOTS III 71 FIFTH GENERATION vi. William Wiatt. Born, 1791, in TN/KY. He married Anne McKeehan. 10 vii. Vincent Wiatt. viii. Frances Wiatt. Born, circa 1794. Occupation: housewife. She married Thomas Bailey, 2 Oct 1814, in Knox Co., KY. ix. Lydea Wiatt. Born, circa 1795 (?). Occupation: housewife. She married John Morris, 22 Aug 1815, in Knox Co., KY. x. Rhoda Wiatt. Born, circa 1796. Occupation: housewife. She married Chappell Horn, son of Christopher Horn Sr., 24 Dec 1816, in Knox Co., KY. xi. Patsy Wiatt. Born, circa 1800. Occupation: housewife. She married William Hicky. xii. Isaac/Isham Wiatt. Born, circa 1810. xiii. Elizabeth Betsy Wiatt. xiv. Rebecca Wiatt. Occupation: housewife. She married George Griffith. xv. Lucy Wiatt. Occupation: housewife. She married, first, Castelton Wilson, 15 Aug 1815, in Knox Co., KY?. She married, second, John Lynch, 5 Aug 1818, in Knox Co., KY. xvi. Susanna Wiatt. Occupation: housewife. She married unknown Coffett. xvii. Polly Wiatt. Occupation: housewife. She married Valentine Gibson. xviii. Samuel Wiatt.

21. Rebecca[5] Bennett (John, 33) (A21). Born, 1763 (?), in VA. Died, 1842 (?), in Laurel Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married Samuel Wiatt (20) (A20).

Knox Co., KY, Circuit Court Box 65 (1835) (transcribed by Carol Wyatt)

The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Knox County, Greeting; We command you to summon: Franklin Ballinger, Adm. of the estate of Samuel Wyatt, Dec'd, and Isaac Wyatt, Betsy Wyatt, Thos. G. Eve, John Wyatt, Vincent Wyatt, William Wyatt, Isaac Stewart and Elizabeth, his wife, late Elzabeth Wyatt, George Griffith and Rebecca, his wife, late Rebeca Wyatt, William Hickey and Patsy, his wife, late Patsy Wyatt, John Lynch and Lucy, his wife, late Lucy Wyatt, Susanna Coffet (widow) late Sauanah Wyatt, Valentine Gibson & Polly, his wife, late Polly Wyatt, Thomas Bailey & Frences, his wife, late Frances Wyatt and Samuel Wyatt, Thomas Wyatt, Catherine Wyatt, Fanny Wyatt, an infant; Susanah Wyatt an infant; Patsy Wyatt, an infant; Benjamin Wyatt, an infany; James Wyatt, an infant; children and heirs of Thomas Wyatt, dec'd; and Vincent Morris, an infant; Hannah Morris, an infant; Fanny Morris, an infant; Lyddea Morris, an infant; and Julia Ann Morris, an infant; children and heirs of Lyddea Morris, dec'd; lare Lyddea Wyatt, heirs and representatives of the said Samuel Wyatt. If they be found within your bailiwick to appear before the judge of the Knox Circuit Court at the courthouse there of in the town of Barbourville on the 1st day of our next March term to answer to a bill in chancery then and there exhibited against them by Rebecca Wyatt, complainant, and have them there this to wit. Witness James F. Ballinger, Clerk of our said court at this office the 5th day of October 1835 and in the 44th year of our said commonwealth.

James f. Ballinger, Clerk

Rebecca Wyatt
vs
Samuel Wyatt Heirs to March Term 1835 Come to had 31 Oct. 1835 Executed on: Frand Ballinger, John G. Eve, Valentine Gibson, Polly Gibson, Betsy Wyatt, Tanny Wiatt, Catherine Wiatt, Isaac Stuart, Elizabeth Stuart, Susanna Wiatt, Benjamin Wiatt, Polly Wiatt, Patsy Wyatt, Thoma Baly,Francis Baly, Samuel Wyatt, John Wiatt, William Hickey, Patsy Hickey, James Wiatt

Joseph Prichard SK C

To the Hon.? the judge of Knox co. Court sitting in --- humbly complaining, sheweth into your Honor your orator, Rebecca Wyatt.

That she was the wife and is now the widow of Samuel Wyatt, dec'd, who departed this life at his residence in Knox County in the month of July last, intestate, and administration upon his estate has been granted by the Knox County Court to Franklin Ballinger, Esq., a copy of the record of which is refered to as an exhibit. The inventory and sale Bill of estate is also refered to as an exhibit and copies thereof will be filed as soon as the same are returned to the county court and made a matter of record.

Your orator states that the estate at the time of her husbands death was of the value of $__ and consisted of 290 acres of land on the Cumberland River in the county of Knox, the deeds for which are here exhibited whereon her husband lived and died and five slaves, one a man and the others a woman and two chilkdren and an old woman of little value and personal property and money the amount and value of the estate except the land will appear in the exhibits afsd & by other proof-- she will offer in the suit, if necessary.

She states that she is entitled to Dower in said estate, and claims the same and prays that it may be assigned to her as well in the as the____& to that end she makes the defendants to this bill the said Franklin Ballinger, Admr. and James Wyatt, Betsy Wyatt, John G. Eve, John Wyatt, Vincent Wyatt, William Wyatt, James Coffell & Sally Coffell, his wife, late Sally Wyatt, Isaac Stewart & Elizabeth his wife, late Elizabeth Wyatt, George Griffith and Rebeccca, his wife, late Rebecca Wyatt, William Hickey & Patsey, his wife, late Patsy Wyatt, John Lynch & Lucy, his wife, late Lucy Wyatt, Susannah Coffel (widow), late Susannah Wyatt, Valentine Gibson, & Polly his wife, late Polly Wyatt, Thomas Bailey & Frances, his wife late Frances Wyatt, and Samuel Wyatt, and Samuel Gibson & Rebecca, his wife, children and heirs of Samuel Wyatt, Jr. dec'd, and Davis Wyatt, Samuel Coffill & Rebecca, his wife, Samuel Wyatt, Thomas Wyatt, Catharine Wyatt, Polly Wyatt, Fanny Wyatt, and infant, Susannah Wyatt, an infant; Patsy Wyatt, and infant; Benjamin Wyatt, and infant; James Wyatt an infant, children and heirs of Thomas Wyatt, dec'd and Vincent Morris, and infant, Hannah morris, an infant; fammy Morris, and infant; Leddy Morris, and infant & Julia Ann Morris, and infant, children & heirs of Leddy Morris, dec'd late Leddy Wyatt, and representatives of the said Samuel Wyatt, and children and grandchildren of your orator and she prays against said defts, to compell and appearance and answer. The deft. John G. Eve is a purchaser from one of the heirs & for this reason is made a deft.

Your orator further states that her husband, the said Samuel Wyatt, for some time before his death was not only in body but from old age and other causes was infeebled in mind and in fact almost entirely deranged, so much so, that he was found a lunatic before his death by regular? inquision in the Knox Circuit Court and a committee was appointed to take charge of his estate and person. The record of this proceeding (which took place at the last June term is refered to as an exhibit) She states that for some time before the inquision afsd the old man's state of mind afsd and was to her on many accounts, the most painful period of her life, it was ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`(talking of staying part of the time with James Wyatt her son, and had separated at wish of Samuel, he help ill felling- Samuel was found a lunatic before his death by regular inquision in Knox Curcut court cause old age. And all she wants is her Dower from the estate)

22. Rev. James[5] Sullivan (Charles, 34)[9] (A22). Born, 24 Sep 1765, in Northumberland, Co., VA. Died, 2 Feb 1817, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY. Burial in Briar Creek Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: minister-Meth. He married Eleanor Wilson (23) (A23), 2 Jun 1789, in Knox Co., TN?. Children: i. Charles[4] Sullivan. Born, 17 Aug 1790, in KY/TN. Died, after 1830 (?). He married Elizabeth Murry, 11 May 1826, in Whitley Co., KY. ii. Joseph Sullivan. Born, 15 Dec 1792, in KY/TN. Died, after 1820. He married Narcissa Duncan, 2 Aug 1812, in Knox Co., KY. iii. James Sullivan. Born, 19 Jan 1794, in KY/TN. Died, 25 Jul 1844, in Morgan Co., MO. He married Mary Owens, 10 Mar 1814. 11 iv. Jemima R. Sullivan. v. John W. Sullivan. Born, 8 Dec 1799, in KY/TN. Died, after 1850, in Whitley Co., KY?. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 246. He married Ann Griffith, 6 Aug 1820. vi. Jesse L. Sullivan. Born, 25 Dec 1802, in KY/TN. Died, 6 Nov 1807. vii. Craven Hill Sullivan. Born, 9 Jan 1805, in KY/TN. Died, Oct COMMSOFT ROOTS III 72 FIFTH GENERATION 1854. viii. Isaac Wilson Sullivan. Born, 29 Mar 1807, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY. Died, 25 Aug 1891, in Green Valley, Sonoma Co., CA. Occupation: Major-drover. He married Mary Gilliam, 24 Aug 1851, in Sonoma Co., CA. ix. Fabey Crook Sullivan. Born, 18 Jun 1809, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY. Died, 3 Feb 1826, in Whitley Co., KY?. x. Asa F. B. Sullivan. Born, 13 Jun 1811, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY. xi. Elizabeth Sullivan. Born, 21 May 1813, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY. Died, 21 Nov 1913, in KY?. xii. Ellender M. Sullivan. Born, 29 Aug 1814, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY.

23. Eleanor[5] Wilson (A23). Born, 17 Sep 1769 (?), in Wilson's Crk, TN?. Died, 22 Sep 1834, in Williamsburg, Knox Co., KY?. Occupation: housewife. She married James Sullivan (22) (A22).

24. William[5] Manning (A24). Born, 1775 (?), in VA. Died, 17 Aug 1867 (?), in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer. He married, first, Nancy Morgan Whitecotton (25) (A25), 1803 (?). Children: i. Mary/an Polly[4] Manning. Born, 31 Oct 1804, in KY. Died, 24 Apr 1867, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Wolf Creek Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 398. Occupation: housewife. She married William Ellison, 19 Dec 1824, in Whitley Co., KY. 12 ii. Francis Meredith Manning. iii. Samuel Manning. Born, circa 1805, in KY. Died, before 1850 (?), in Whitley Co., KY?. He married Lydia Cox, daughter of Absolom Cox, 19 Feb 1829, in Whitley Co., KY. iv. Olive Manning. Born, 1 Mar 1813, in TN. Died, 20 Jun 1898, in Whitley Co., KY. Birth(2): circa 1810, in Census 1850. Burial in Highland Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 204. Occupation: housewife. She married Andrew Patrick, 4 May 1826, in Whitley Co., KY. v. Henry Manning. Born, 24 Mar 1813, in KY. Died, 11 Jul 1873, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Bethel Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 57. He married Hannah Richmond, 12 Apr 1832, in Whitley Co., KY (1837?). He married, second, Martha Richardson (15) (A15), 5 Oct 1852, in Whitley Co., KY. Children: vi. James M. Manning. Born, 29 Mar 1853, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 2 Apr 1902, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Crk Cem., Whitley Co., KY. He married Joyce Caddell, 14 Dec 1871, in COMMSOFT ROOTS III 73 FIFTH GENERATION Whitley Co., KY. vii. Elizabeth Manning. Born, 19 Apr 1855, in Whitley Co., KY.

25. Nancy Morgan[5] Whitecotton (A25). Born, 1785, in VA. Died, 6 Jun 1852, in Whitley Co., KY?. Burial in Wolf Creek Cem., Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married William Manning (24) (A24). 25A. Probably, Jacob Anderson, (A26) b. 1779, d. aft 1850, Scott or Campbell Co., TN. Information from Mary Lou Hudson, (19 Jan 1999). He married first, Nancy Richardson, 1805, Pulaski Co., KY. Children: (possible): i. Letitia Anderson, (A13) ii. John Anderson, b. ~1810. d. aft 1850. Married Mary -----. In 1850 Whitley Co., KY census. iii. Louisa Anderson, b. ~1815, married Ballentine Lovett in Campbell CO., TN. iv. Cornelious Anderson, b. ~1816, married Emily Davis in Campbell Co., TN. He married second, Barthena Bull. Children. 25B. Nancy Richardson, (A27) b. ?, d. ? She married Jacob Anderson, (A26). 26. John[5] Moses (Joshua, 36) (A28). Born, circa 1792, in NC. Died, after 1860, in McNairy Co., TN. Occupation: OldStyleBaptMin. He married Mary Polly Richmond (27) (A29), 13 Apr 1809, in Knox Co., KY. Children: i. John[4] Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. Died in Phillips Co., AR or, McNairy Co., TN. ii. Joe Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. Died in Washington Co., AR. iii. Jim Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. iv. Joshua Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. Died in AR. v. Henry Clay Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. Died in McNairy Co., TN. vi. Nancy Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. Occupation: housewife. She married unknown Berry. vii. Jenny Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. viii. Polly Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. ix. Tildy Moses. Born, after 1810, in Knox Co., KY?. 14 x. Edmund DeBerry Moses. 27. Mary Polly[5] Richmond (John, 38) (A29). Born, 1790 (?). Occupation: housewife. She married John Moses (26) (A28). 28. John[5] Richardson (A30). Born, 1765 (?). Died, 1840 (?), in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer. He married Elizabeth Davis (29) (A31), circa 1800, in NC. Children: i. Rutha[4] Richardson. Born, circa 1803, in NC. Died, after 1850, in Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 205. Occupation: housewife. She married[10] Bryant Patrick, circa 1821, in NC/KY. ii. Benjamin Richardson. Born, circa 1805, in NC. He married Elizabeth Perkins. iii. Nancy Richardson. Born, circa 1805. Occupation: housewife. She married Joseph Hall, 25 Aug 1825, in Whitley Co., KY. COMMSOFT ROOTS III 74 FIFTH GENERATION iv. Nathaniel Richardson. Born, circa 1810, in NC. Died, after 1850, in Whitley Co., KY?. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 582. v. James R. Richardson. Born, circa 1810, in NC. He married, first, Adeline Pennington, daughter of Levi Pennington, 28 Oct 1830, in Whitley Co., KY. He married, second, Matilda Higgenbotham, 11 Apr 1833, in Whitley Co., KY. vi. Lydia Richardson. Born, circa 1812, in NC. Died, after 1850, in Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, Dist. 1, HH# 225. Occupation: housewife. She married Andrew Higginbotthem, 10 Mar 1836, in Whitley Co., KY. 15 vii. Martha Richardson. viii. Abraham Richardson. Born, circa 1815 (?), in NC. He married, first, Matilda Cox, 12 Jan 1839, in Whitley Co., KY. He married, second, Sara Z. Cox. ix. Susan Richardson. Born, circa 1819. Occupation: housewife. She married Dennis Taylor, 18 May 1839, in Whitley Co., KY. x. Elizabeth Richardson. Born, circa 1822. Died, 1893. Occupation: housewife. She married Jeremiah Jones. xi. Louisa Jane Richardson. Born, circa 1822 (?). Occupation: housewife. She married Ebenezer Perry, 9 Mar 1842, in Whitley Co., KY. 29. Elizabeth[5] Davis (A31). Born, 1778 (?). Died, 1860 (?), in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married John Richardson (28) (A30). COMMSOFT ROOTS III 75 SIXTH GENERATION 30. Nathaniel[6] Walker (Charles, 40)[11] (A32). Born, circa 1730 (?), in Pr. George's Co., MD. Died, 1765, in Frederick Co., MD[12]. Prob of Est: Oct 1765, in Frederick Co., MD, Administration[13]. Occupation: farmer-shoemaker. The following land transactions concern Nathaniel Walker: He had a patent on "Lamar's Generosity", LAND OFFICE (Patents) Y&S #8 [MdHR 17,409-2;1-23-3-3], pp. 671-672, 27 March 1754; he had a patent for "The Resurvey of Part of Virgin's Delight", LAND OFFICE (Patents) BC & GS #22 [MdHR 17,433-1;1-23-3-31], pp. 240-242, 8 November 1762. Frederick County records show the following land transactions: from Charles Walker, Senr., FREDERICK COUNTY (Land Records) B [MdHR 7876;1-38-6-1], pp. 332-334, 19 February 1750; from Edward Burrage to William Harbert and Nathaniel, E [MdHR 7877;1-38-6-2], p. 163, 8 May 1753; from James Mankin, E [MdHR 7877;1-38-6-2], pp. 345-346, 20 December 1753; and from Charles Walker, Senr. to Nathaniel with grant to Zachariah Walker, H [MdHR 7881;1-38-6-6], pp. 287-290, 26 January 1763. An administration bond was issued to Eliza. Walker, administratrix of the estate of Nathaniel Walker in Frederick Co., MD, in October 1765 (PREROGATIVE COURT (Testamentary Proceedings) 40 [MdHR 996;1-12-4-7], p. 218). An inventory was filed 16 June 1766 (PREROGATIVE COURT (Inventories) 90 [MdHR 1197;1-12-1-35], pp. 148-150). He married Elizabeth unknown, 1747 (?). Born, 1730 (?). Occupation: housewife. Children: 16 i. Renelder[5] Walker. 31. John[6] Wilcoxon (George, 42) (A34). Born, 6 Sep 1720, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 1805, in Rowan Co., NC[14]. Occupation: farmer. At this time the parents of John Wilcoxon are unknown. In the colonial period there were Wilcoxon families in CT, MD and PA. While the PA families are his most likely origin, he could have come from England or Wales. He married Sarah Boone (32) (A35), 29 May 1744, in Exeter, Berks Co., PA. Children: COMMSOFT ROOTS III 76 SIXTH GENERATION i. Elizabeth[5] Wilcoxon. Born, circa 1743 (?), in PA. Occupation: housewife. She married Benjamin Cutbirth. ii. John Wilcoxon. Born, circa 1744, in PA. Died, after 1830, in Howard Co., MO. He married Sara Notson. iii. George Wilcoxon. Born, circa 1746 (?), in PA. Died, after 1767. He married Elizabeth Beam, 20 Oct 1767. iv. Rachel Wilcoxon. Born, before 1755 (?), in PA. Occupation: housewife. She married William Bryant. v. Israel Wilcoxon. Born, before 1755 (?), in PA. Died, 1780, in Boonesborough, KY. vi. Isaac Wilcoxon. Born, before 1755 (?), in PA. He married Ruth Johnston. vii. Daniel Wilcoxon. Born, 13 Mar 1755, in PA. Died, after 1780, in NC/KY. He married Sarah Faulkner, Oct 1780. viii. Samuel Wilcoxon. Born, circa 1755, in PA. He married Anna Jones. ix. William Wilcoxon. Born, circa 1759, in PA. Died, before 1829, in Barren Co., KY. He married Nancy Unknown. 17 x. Mary Wilcoxon. xi. Samuel Wilcoxon. He married Anna Jordan. xii. Sarah Wilcoxon. Born in PA. Occupation: housewife. She married Thomas Hagans. 32. Sarah[6] Boone (Squire, 44) (A35). Born, circa 1724 (?), in Berks Co., PA. Died, 1815, in Estill Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married John Wilcoxon (31) (A34). 33. John[6] Bennett (John, 46) (A42). Born, ~1740(?), in VA. Died 1803 in Greene Co., TN. Occupation: farmer. He served in the French & Indian War and in the Revolutionary War. May have lived in Greenbrier Co., VA before moving to TN.

Greene County Tennessee - John Bennett 12371 State of North Carolina to JOHN BENNET for 300 acres on a Branch of Richland Creek --- Registered in Book -B- and page -222- State of North Carolina No 947 To all to whom these presents shall come Greeting Know ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of Ten pounds for every Hundred acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury By JOHN BENNET have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the Said John Bennet a Tract of Land Containing Three Hundred acres, Lying and Being in our County of Greene on a branch of Richland Creek on the north Side of Nolachuckey. Beginning at a hickery Stump near to a rockey Spring, then along Benjamin Rays Line, North thirtyeight Degrees East thirtyeight poles to a post oak on the bank of a Branch, then north twentyeight Degrees East ninetyseven poles to a hickery on a South hill Side, then East nineteen poles to a small hickery in a hollow, then north thirtyseven Degrees west on Hundred and Fiftythree poles to a Black Oak on a Ridge, then west one Hundred Eightysix poles to a Black Oak in the Edge of the Barrens, then East fiftythree poles to a small Black Oak corner of Mr. Fishbacks, then along said Line South Fiftyfive East on Hundred and Seventysix poles to the Beginning. As by the plat hereunto ammend doth appear Together with all woods, waters, mines, minerals, (?Hereditamends), and appurtenances, to the said Land Belonging or appertaining, To hold to the Said John Bennet his Heirs and assigns forever, yielding and paying to us such sums of money yearly or otherwise as our General assembly from time to time may Direct, provided always that the Said JOHN BENNET Shall Cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers office of our Said County of Greene within Twelve months from the Date hereof otherwise the Same Shall be void and of no Effect. In Testimony whereof we have Caused these our Letters to be made patent and our Great Seal to be hereunto affixed. Witness Alexander Martin, Esquire, our Governor, Captain General and Commander in Chief at Newbern the 26th Day of ( blank here ) in the fifteenth year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety one.- - - - - - By his Excell??, Com'd - - - - - Alexander Martin J. Glasgow, Secretary - - - - ______________________________John Bennet 300 acres Greene County Recorded in the Secretarys Office - - - -_____________Registered the ?4th of October 1792

Indenture 110 To Michael Woods '300 acres of Land on the waters of Richland Creek This indenture made the Twenty Second Day of July in the Year one Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Two Between Christopher Winters of the County of Greene and state of Tennessee of the one part and Michael Woods of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Christopher Winters for and in consideration of the sum of one Thousand Dollars to him in hand paid. The Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath and by these presents doth present, bargain, sell , alien, (? ) and confirm unto the Said, Michael Woods, his Heirs and assigns forever, a Certain Tract or parcel of land containing three hundred acres, more or less. - Lying and being in the County of Greene and State of Tennessee on the waters of Richland Creek being the Same Tract of Land Granted to JOHN BENNETT by the State of North Carolina by Patent (? ) and Dated the - Day of - Beginning at a hickery stump near to a rocky spring, thence along Benjamin Ray's line, north thirtyeight degrees East thirtyeight poles to a post oak on the bank of a branch, thence North Twenty Eight degrees East Ninety Seven poles to a hickery on the South Side of a hill, Thence East Nineteen poles to a hickery in a hollow, thence North Thirty Sever degrees, West one hundred and Fifty Three poles to a Black Oak on a Ridge, thence west one hundred and Eighty six poles TO A Black oak in the Edge of the Barrens, thence South nine and one half degrees East Fifty three poles to a Small black oak (?corner) of Mr. Fishback's, thence along said Line South Fifty five degrees East one hundred and Seventy Five poles to the Beginning, With all and Singular the Woods, (? ), water-courses, profits, commodities (?heredilaments) and appurtenances whatsoever to the said Tract of Land belonging or appertaining ; and the revision and Revisions, Remai??. (?Re???) , Rents and (?Homes) thereof, and all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest property (? ) and Demand of him, the Said Christopher Winters his heirs and assigns forever, of in and to the same and every part and parcel thereof. Either in Lou of Equity To Have and to hold the Said Tract of Three Hundred acres of Land with the appurtenances unto the Said Michael Woods, his Heirs and assigns forever against the Lawful Title claim and Demand of him the Said Christopher Winters, his Heirs and all and every other person or persons documentation the same on any part thereof, will Warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said Christopher Winters hath hereunto set his hand and Seal the Day and Year first above written --- (? ) Christopher Winters In presence of ~ (? ) (W ? Rankin) State of Tennessee Greene County Court (? Name, can't read) Then was the Execution of this Deed of conveyance duly proven by the oath of (? ) and William (? ) (? ? ?) registered (? Name ?) Clk Registered this 15th day of February 1823 Attest (?George Brown, ??)

Submitted by Janet Foster 9/17/99

Will ------------ In the name of God amen. I JOHN BENNET of the County of Green and State of Tennessee (? ? ?) but in perfect mind and sound memory, Blesed by God, Calling to mind the mortallity of my Body Do make and ordain this my last Will and testament in manner and form as followeth viz --first I Recommend my Soul to God Who giv it and my body to the earth From whence it came to be desently buried at the Descretion of my Executor ----secondly I Give and bequeath unto my beloved Wife RACHEL BENNET all the (? ) interest, Profits and immeplements of the Plantation on which I now live also of all my Personal Extate the Whole of her natural life then the land to be sold and Equally Divided amonst my Sons and Dauters And all my Personal Estate to be Wholely and duly at the disposal of my Wife at her Death ----- Thirdly I allow give and bequeath unto my Son Thomas Bennet Fifty Dollars out of the price of the land when sold (?excluded) of his Equal Share ----- Fourthly and lastly I apoint my Wife Rachel Bennet my sole and Whole Executor of this my last will and testement here by revoking all other former wills, legassays, bequeths, executed by me made here to fore in any Way What was (???going) this and no other to be my last will and testament in Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twentyfifth day of August in the year of our Lord 1807 JOHN BANNET (Seal) Signed, Sealed and Declared By the said John Bennet The testator as his last Will and testament in Presence of us Who Were Presnet at Signing and Sealing Saml Wilson (? ) Wilson John Garvin
      He married Rachel Arendel. Occupation: housewife.
Children:

  21       i.  Rebecca[5] Bennett.

33A.  Rachel Arendel/Arendell/Arundell(?), (A43). Born ~1740(?), d aft 1803, Greene Co., 
TN?
In the name of God, Amen I RACHEL BANNET of the County of Greene & State of Tennessee being perfect in mind and in good health thang God but calling to mind the mortallity of my body and that it is appointed for all men once to die - on this 11th Day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Seaventeen do make constitute and ordain this my last will and testament that is to Say, first and (?foremostly) I recommit my Soul in to the hand of Allmighty God who gave it me beseaching His most gracious acceptence there of and nothing doubting but that I shall receive the same again at the general Resurection by the mighty power of God my body I recommit to the earth from whence it was taken to be buried in a decent manner at the discretion of my Executor here after named and as (? ) such worldly estate as is her pleased God to bless me with in this life. I give and dispose in manner and form following viz first I desire that all my Just Duty may be paid which I shall owe at my Death the remainder of my Estate I leave evere part and parceal there of to Ellener Bennett My beloved dauther -- I apoint my afore said Daughter Ellener Bennit to be my Executor of this my last will and testement after my demize hearby revoking and disanuling all former will by me heartofore made alowing this to be my last as witness my hand and seal this day and year above writen. Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the presence of (?Nanny) (? ) (? ) her (? ? ) RACHEL X BANITT (Seal) ========================================================================== == (I couldn't read witness names and probated date not on my copy) submitted by Janet Foster
      She married John Bennett.


34.   Charles[6] Sullivan (Peter, 48)[15] (A44). Born, before 1725, in 
Northumberland, Co., VA. Died, 1767, in Northumberland, Co., VA. Prob of Est:
12 May 1767, in Northumberland, Co., VA. Occupation: farmer.

Will of Charles Swillivan of Wiccocomoco Parish, Northumberland Co., Virginia, will made 19 March 1767, will proved 11 May 1767, Record Book 7, p. 77. Abstract printed in Lewis, Wills and Administrations of Northumberland Co., VA, vol.1, p. 132. In the name of God amen, I Charles Swillivan of the Parish of Wicocomaco in the County of Northumberland and Colony of Virginia being very sick and weak in body but of Perfect mind and memory Thanks be to God, Therefore caling to mind the uncertainty when Death will happen to me knowing that is appointed for all men once to dye & for the better Settlement of my Worldly Affairs do make and appoint this my Last Will & Testament ----



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Impris. I Give and Bequeath my Soul to Almighty God who first gave it me, my Body to the Earth to be Buried in a Christian decent manner at the Discretions of my Executors herein & hereafter mentioned in hope of a Joyfull meeting, reuniting again by the Almighty Power of God at the great and General Resurrection to Life Eternal & that I shall be found in Christ the only Redeemer of mankind, and through his Precious merits and Mediation, receive a general pardon of all my Sinfull Crimes, and happy Admission into his Heavenly Kingdom, And so for what wordly Estate it hath Pleased God to bless me with I Give (after my Debts & funeral Expenses are first paid) in manner & form following. Item, I Give my loving wife Jemima Sullivan a Light Gray Mare & Saddle to her & her heirs forever, Also I lend my Wife all of my Estate during her Widowhood, And if in Case she Should Marry, my Desire is, that she should have a Childs part, And the Rest of my Estate to be Equally Divided among my Children, John Swillivan, Chas. Craven Swillivan, Betty Swillivan and James Swillivan. I do appoint my Loving Wife Jemima Swillivan and William Nutt my hole and sole Ex-ors of this my Last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & signed my Seale this 19 day of March 1767. Charles (his X mark) Swillivan Signed Sealed & Delivered In the presence of Richard Nutt, Charles (his mark) Lunsford, Martha (her mark) Hill. At a Court Held for Northumberland County the 11th of May 1767 ~ This Last Will and Testament of Charles Swillivan decd. was Presented in Court by Jemima Swillivan and William Nutt the Executors therein Named who made Oath Thereto according to Law, And being proved by the Oaths of Charles Lunsford and Martha Hill two of the Witnesses thereto, was Admitted to Record, And on the motion of the Sd. Exors, giving security, Certificate is granted for Obtaining a Probate thereof in Due form ~ TESTE . Thos. Jones Co. Clrk.
      Probate was granted in May 1767, Order Book 1767-70, p. 67. At the same
time, the Court appointed William Butcher, John Knight, william Davenport and
Mosly Nutt, "or any three of them" as appraisers. The inventory was recorded on
11 January 1768, Record Book 7, p. 150. At a Court held 13 March 1769, Jemima
Sullivan was appointed Guardian to the children and Mosley Nutt, William Taylor
and Samuel Smith were ordered to posess Jemima Sullivan with the Estates of the
children, Order Book 1767-70, p. 339. Jemima Sulavant was posessed of the
Estates of her husband Charles Sulavant, his brother Moses Sulavant and "her
children" and this was recorded in Record Book 7, p. 353, 8 May 1769.

      He married Jemima Reeve (35) (A45), 1757 (?), in VA. Children:

           i.  John[5] Sullivan. Born, 21 Jan 1758, in Northumberland, Co., VA.
               Died, circa 1849, in Prince William, Co., VA.
          ii.  Charles Craven Sullivan. Born, 27 Mar 1760, in Northumberland, 
               Co., VA. Died, 12 Jan 1813, in Butler Co., PA. He married
               Susannah Johnson, 1785, in Chester Co., PA.
         iii.  Elizabeth Sullivan. Born, 16 Apr 1762, in Northumberland, Co., 
               VA.



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          iv.  Anna Sullivan. Born, 16 Apr 1762, in Northumberland, Co., VA.
               Died, before 1767[16].
  22       v.  James Sullivan.


35.   Jemima[6] Reeve (A45). Born, 1735 (?). Died, after 1767, in Nor'umber. Co
VA. Occupation: housewife.

      She married Charles Sullivan (34) (A44).


35A.	Possibly, John Anderson, (A52). Lived in Campbell Co., TN.  Died in Whitley Co.
KY.

	Married first, unknown woman. Children:
	i.	Jacob (A26).


36.   Joshua[6] Moses (John)(A56). Born, 1748, in Anson Co., NC. baptised 
11 Dec 1753, Pr Frederick Winyam Par., Georgetown Dist., SC. Died, 21 Feb 1836,
in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Plesant View, KY. Occupation: farmer-soldier.

      Joshua Moses served as a Private in the Revolutionary War in the NC
troops. His pension application was filed on 21 October 1833 in the Whitley
Co., KY, County Court. He received Rev. War Pension Certificate no. 25058, S30,
594.
      I believe Jane Plesant was probably his second wife. The name of the first 
wife is unknown.

      He married Jane Pleasant (37) (A57), 1792, in Anson Co., NC[17].
Children:

  26       i.  John[5] Moses.
          ii.  Joshua Moses. Born, circa 1793, in Anson Co., NC. Died, 9 May
               1875, in Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH #
               392. He married Annie Hackler, 23 Apr 1816, in NC/KY.


37.   Jane[6] Pleasant (A57). Born, 1770, in Anson Co., NC. Died, 1830, in 
Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife.

      She married Joshua Moses (36) (A56).


38.   John[6] Richmond (A58). Died, circa 1830, in Whitley Co., KY. Prob of 
Est: 11 Apr 1830, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1, Inventory, p.36. Occupation:
farmer.

      John Ross, Esq., was appointed Administrator of the Estate of John
Richmond. The final settlement was entered in the Whitley Co., Will Book 1, p.
45, in 1832.

      He married Nancy Sego (39) (A59). Children:

  27       i.  Mary Polly[5] Richmond.


39.   Nancy[6] Sego (A59). Died, before 1830, in KY?. Occupation: housewife.

      There were Sego and Segar families in MD and VA.



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      She married John Richmond (38) (A58).



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40.   Charles[7] Walker (Charles, 50) (A64). Born, 9 May 1698, in St Barnabas 
Par., Pr. George's Co., MD. Died, after 1772, in Cumberland Co., NC.
Occupation: carpenter-farmer.

      The following records concern Charles Walker:

      Charles Walker, Sen. to son Charles Walker, Jun. (PRINCE GEORGE'S CO.
(Land Records) I [MdHR 5710;1-20-6-8], p.588) 25 November 1724.

      Charles Walker's patent of "Joseph's Goodwill", (LAND OFFICE (Patents) PL
#5 [MdHR 17,378-1;1-23-2-5], pp. 240-241 (p. 241 follows p. 220)) 21 February
1722.

      Charles Walker's patent of "Rich Thickett" (LAND OFFICE (Patents) PL #6
[MdHR 17,379-2;1-23-2-8], p. 598) 7 October 1732.

      Charles Walker's patent of "The Third Addition to Bacon Hall" (LAND
OFFICE (Patents) EI #6 [MdHR 17,392-1;1-23-2-24], p. 301) 13 October 1740.

      Charles Walker's patent of "Virgin's Delight" (LAND OFFICE (Patents) PT
#1 {MdHR 17,396;1-23-2-30], p. 113) 15 May 1744.

      Charles Walker to John Rowe (PRINCE GEORGE'S CO. (Land Records) BB [MdHR
5717;1-20-6-16], p. 561) 23 November 1748.

      In 1750 he deeded lands to sons Charles and Nathaniel. Nathaniel received
half of Virgins' Delight in Frederick Co., MD.

      Charles Walker, carpenter to Thomas Snowden (PRINCE GEORGE'S CO. (Land
Records) TT [MdHR 5721;1-20-6-21], p. 518 (519)) 31 October 1765.

      In 1771, Charles Walker, carpenter purchased land in Cumberland Co., NC,
this person is believed to be Charles Walker the elder.

      Other records exist in Prince George's Co., for a Charles Walker from
1784 through 1801. That person is believed to not be the Charles Walker treated
above.

      He married, first, Mary unknown (41) (A65), 1720 (?), in MD. Children:

           i.  Isaac[6] Walker. Born, 1725, in MD. He married Elizabeth 
               Furguson, circa 1745, in MD.
          ii.  Charles Walker. Born, circa 1727. Died, after 1765, in Hardin 
               Co., TN. Occupation: Presby-Minister. He married, first, Elena 
               Prather, circa 1745, in MD. He married, second, Elizabeth Daley,
               after 1750, in MD.
  30     iii.  Nathaniel Walker.




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      He married, second, Elizabeth unknown, after 1727 (?). Born, circa 1710,
in MD?. Died in NC?. Children:

          iv.  Mary Walker. She married Henry Bagsby.
           v.  Jeramiah Walker. He married Hannah Daniels.
          vi.  Joseph Walker. He married Elizabeth Riddle.
         vii.  Jessie Walker.


41.   Mary[7] unknown (A65). Born, 1700 (?). Died, 1731 (?), in Pr. George's 
Co., MD. Occupation: housewife.

      She married Charles Walker (40) (A64).


42.   George[7] Wilcoxon (A68). "Son of John Wilcockson of Nottingham, England."
(marriage Certificate, Radnor MM, PA.) Died in PA or NC?.

      He married Elizabeth Powell ? (43) (A69) in Wales/PA. Children:

  31       i.  John[6] Wilcoxon.


43.   Elizabeth[7] Powell (A69). Died in PA or NC?.

      She married George Wilcoxon (42) (A68).


44.   Squire[7] Boone (George III, 52) (A70). Born, 25 Nov 1696, in Bradnich, 
Devonshire, Eng. Died, 2 Jan 1765, in Mocksville, Rowan Co., NC. Baptism: 25
Dec 1696, in St. Disen Church, Bradnich. Burial in Joppa Cem., Rowan Co., NC.
Immigration: 1716, in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA. Occupation:
farmer-politician.

      He married Sarah Morgan (45) (A71), 23 Jul 1720, in Gwynned Mtg., Berks 
Co., PA[18]. Children:

  32       i.  Sarah[6] Boone.
          ii.  Israel Boone. Born, 9 May 1726, in Berks Co., PA.
         iii.  Samuel Boone. Born, 20 May 1728, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 1816,
               in KY. He married Sarah Day.
          iv.  Jonathan Boone. Born, 6 Dec 1730, in Berks Co., PA. Died, circa
               1808.
           v.  Elizabeth Boone. Born, 5 Feb 1731/2, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 25
               Feb 1825, in KY. Occupation: housewife. She married William 
               Grant.
          vi.  Daniel Boone. Born, 22 Oct 1734, in Berks Co.,               PA. Died, 26 Sep 1820, in St. Charles Co., MO. Occupation: frontiersman. He 
               married Rebecca Bryan, 14 Aug 1756, in Rowan Co., NC.
         vii.  Mary Boone. Born, 3 Nov 1736, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 1819.
               Occupation: housewife. She married William Bryan, circa 1755.
        viii.  George Boone. Born, 2 Jan 1738/9, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 11 Nov
               1820, in KY. He married Ann/Nancy Linville, circa 1764.



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          ix.  Nathaniel Boone. Born, after 1739, in Berks Co., PA.
           x.  Edward Boone. Born, 30 Nov 1740, in Berks Co., PA. Died, 6 Oct
               1780, in Clark Co., KY. Occupation: Baptist-clergy. He married
               Martha Bryan in NC?.


45.   Sarah[7] Morgan (Edward, 54) (A71). Born, 1700. Died, 1777, in 
Mocksville, Rowan Co., NC. Burial in Joppa Cem., Rowan Co., NC. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married Squire Boone (44) (A70).


46.   John[7] Bennett (A84). Born, 1720 (?). Occupation: farmer.

      He married Rebecca unknown (47) (A85). Children:

  33       i.  John[6] Bennett.


47.   Rebecca[7] unknown or Elizabeth Dodson (A85). Occupation: housewife.

      She married John Bennett (46) (A84).


48.   Peter[7] Sullivan (A88). Died, 15 Apr 1746, in Northumberland, Co., VA.
Prob of Est: 10 Aug 1747, in Nor'umber Co., VA, Rec Book 1743-49, pp 227a-228.
Occupation: farmer.

Will of Peter Sullivan, Northumberland Co., VA, Record Book 1743- 49, pp 227a-228. Will dated 15 April 1746, proved 10 Aug 1747. In the name of God Amen I Peter Sullivan being very sick and weak but of perfect sense and memory thanks be to almighty God for the same I do make this my last will and testament, First of all I bequeath my soul to almighty God that gave it me to dispose of at his blessed will & pleasure and body to be committed to the ground to be buried in a decent Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executrs, and as for my worldly goods which it hath pleased God my saviour to bless me with I dispose of as followeth --- I give and bequeath to my wife Emma Sullivan one bed and furniture the bed which she commonly lies upon and the low bedsted, I give and & bequeath to my son Moses Sullivan the bed and furniture which stands in the Little Room that he commonly lies upon and the bedsted, I give and bequeath to my son Charles Sullivan one bed and furniture which is in the Great Room & the high bedsted, My will and desire is that what Pewter I have be equally divided by weight between my wife and my two sons Moses and Charles, my will and desire is that all the pot iron and other iron work that belongs to me be equally divided between my wife and two sons Moses & Charles. I give & bequeath to my son Moses Sullivan my ho?se to him & his heirs forever I give to my son Charles Sullivan my mare and for the use of the Plantation.



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I give my Kersey coat and black jacket to my son Moses and I give my Darkish coulerd coat & plush breaches and Great Coat to my son Charles. My will & desire is that all the remainder part of my estate cattle hogs and sheep & chests (and) goods and all other of my household goods to be equally divided between my wife & my two sons Moses & Charles. My will is that after my wife departs this life or marries that my two sons inherit her part of my Estate. My will & desire is that my two sons Moses Sullivan & Charles Sullivan be my Executrs. I doe allow this to be my last will and testament as witness my hand this fifteenth day of April in the year of Our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and forty sixe --- Peter (his mark) Sullivan Teste Edwin Fielding, Thomas (his mark) Sampson At a Court for Northumberland County the 10th day of August 1747 this last will and testament of Peter Sullivan deced. was presented in Court by Moses Sullivan & Charles Sullivan Executrs. therein named who made oath there to according to law and the same was proved by the oath of Edwin Fielding a witness thereto and ordered to be recorded an on the motion of the said Exors. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form --- Teste: Billy Claiborne Clerk of Court
      He married Emma Craven (49) (A89), 1720 (?), in VA. Children:

           i.  Moses[6] Sullivan[19]. Born, before 1725. Died, 1767, in 
               Northumberland, Co., VA. Prob of Est: 11 May 1767, in 
               Northumberland, Co., VA[20]. Occupation: Cooper?.

                     William Nutt obtained Letters of Administration on the
               Estate of Moses Swillivan on 11 May 1767. On the same day
               William Butcher, John Knight, William Davenport and Moseley Nutt
               were appointed appraisers. The inventory was made on 9 November
               1767 and was recorded on 11 January 1768 in Record Book 7, p.
               149. The estate of Moses Sulavant was give to Jemima Sulavant by
               8 May 1769 when it was so recorded in Record Book 7, p. 353.

  34      ii.  Charles Sullivan.


49.   Emma[7] Craven[21] (A89). Died, after 1746, in Northumberland, Co., VA.
Occupation: housewife.

      She married Peter Sullivan (48) (A88).


49A.  John Moses (A112). Died after 11 Dec 1753 in NC or SC.

	The following information is from Keith Moses:

	The Register Book of the Parish of Prince Frederick Winyam in 
Georgetown Dist., SC, records the baptisms of the following children of John 
Moses and his wife Jane on 11 Dec 1753:
 
	i. Betty, aged 11, b 1742.
       ii. Sarah, aged 9, b 1744.
      iii. John, aged 7, b 1746.
36     iv. Joshua, aged 3, b 1750 (date of birth is 1748 in his Rev War Pension 
           application).
        v. Samuel, aged 7m, b May 1753.

49B.  Jane ----- (A113).  Died after 11 Dec 1753 in NC or SC.

	She married John Moses (49A) (A112).


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50.   Charles[8] Walker (Daniel, 56) (A128). Born, 1663, in Pr. George's Co., 
MD. Died, 1730, in Bacon Hill, St Barnabas Par., Pr. Geo. Co., MD. Prob of Est:
30 Oct 1730, in Pr. George's Co., MD. Occupation: farmer.
WILL of CHARLES WALKER, made 28 May 1730, proved 30 Oct 1730. Will Book 1, 1698-1770, Prince George's Co., MD, pp. 186-188. Perogative Court (Wills) 20 [MdHR 1298-1 1-11-1-23], pp. 87-90. In the Name of God Amen this Twenty Eighth Day of May in the Year of Our Lord God 1730. I Charles Walker Senr. of Prince Georges County in the Province of Maryland Planter being Sick & Weak in Body but of Sound & perfect Mind & memory Thanks be to God for the same & Calling to Mind the Uncertain Estate of this Mortal Life & that all Flesh must Yield unto Death when it shall please God to Call do make this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following revoking and making void all Wills Testament or Testaments by me heretofore made by Word or Writing & this to be taken for my last Will and Testament and none Other. And first Being Sorry for my Sins past humbly ----- of God forgiveness for the Same hoping through the Merrits of my blessed Saviour to be eternally Saved in to whose Hands I commit my Soul and my Body to the Earth to be decently interred by my Executrix hereafter named, And as for my Temporal Estatewherewith it hath pleased God to bless me I give & bequeath the same in Manner & Form Following ~ Item: I give & bequeath unto my dear and loving wife Rebecca Walker during the term of her natural Life all that plantation whereon I now dwell being situate on a tract of land called "Bacon Hall" and likewise all that part of the said tract of land of "Bacon Hall" which lies on the South Side and on the same Side on which my now dwelling plantation is Seated of a marked line marked by my Brother in Law Richard Isaac and myself which said line comes down a branch from the plantation of my son Charles Walker and takes with the said marked line up a barren ridge and then turns to the Right Hand up a Second Barren Ridge & continues to the Ivy Bushes and from thence upon the same Ridge as far as I have any land in the said tract. And allso I give and bequeath unto my said loving wife Rebecca Walker during her natural fifty acres of land joining upon the Eastern Branch & "Bacon Hall" afores'd only with this reserve that my son Joseph Walker shall have liberty to live on some part of the above mentioned plantation or lands and thereon to work & have the benefit of his labour, he no ways interrupting nor molesting my loving wife Rebecca Walker his mother



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And after her decease I give & bequeath all the above said plantation and lands to my said son Joseph Walker to him and his heirs lawfully begotten forever but in case my said son Joseph Walker should die without leaving any issue or heirs lawfully begotten as aforesaid that then I give the above mentioned plantation & lands shall fall to my eldest son Charles Walker to him & his heirs for Ever. Item: I give & bequeath to my eldest son Charles Walker all that part of the aforesaid tract of land called "Bacon Hall" together with the additions thereunto belonging which shall be found situate and lying on the North side of the above mentioned marked line being on the same side on which my son Charles's plantation is now seated, to him and his heirs for ever. Item: I give & bequeath to my sons Charles Walker & Joseph Walker all that tract of land called "Cut Short" lying upon Collington Branch to be by them jointly disposed of and to be equal sharers in the benefit thereof to them and their heirs for ever And Lastly after my debts and funeral charges shall be paid I give all the remainder of my personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever unto my dear and loving wife Rebecca Walker during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give and bequeath the same to be equally divided among my seven daughters namely Elizabeth, Rebecca, Mary, Ruth, Ann, Crecey, & Rachel, And of this my last will and testament I make my dear and loving wife my whole full & sole executrix, but in case my said wife dies I will that my said sons Charles Walker and Joseph Walker shall be my executors obliging them thereby to see my will performed in Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my Hand & affixed my Seal the above mentioned Twenty Eighth Day of May 1730 ~ Signed: Charles (CW) Walker. Wit: Joseph PEACH, Mathew (MR) ROBSON, Elizabeth (e) PARSONS. Endorsed 30 Oct 1730, Prerogative Office. Proved by oaths of Joseph Peach and Matthew Robson, before Cha: Calvert, COm'ry Gen'll. Same day, 30 Oct 1730, came Rebecca Walker the widow and executrix of Charles Walker Senr. and declared that she would abide by the will and take what is therein bequeathed her in lieu of her dower, before me, Cha: Calvert, Com'ry Gen'll. The Inventory of Charles Walker was returned by Rebecca Walker on 21 January 1730 at a value of 209L 4S 2P. It named five slaves, two males and three females valued at a total of 79L. Perogative Court (Inventories) 16 [MdHR 1123 1-11-5-5], pp. 72-73 Charles Walker, 21 January 1730.
      He married[22] Rebecca Isaac (51) (A129), 1695, in Calvert Co., MD.
Children:

           i.  Elizabeth[7] Walker. Born, 22 Dec 1695, in St Barnabas Par., Pr.
               George's Co., MD[23]. She married Van Swearingen, after 1715
               (?), in MD.
  40      ii.  Charles Walker.
         iii.  Rebecca Walker. Born, 11 Apr 1700, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD. She married Benjamin Brashears, 1720, in St 
               Barnabas Par., Pr. George's Co., MD.
          iv.  Mary Walker. Born, 11 May 1702, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD.
           v.  Ruth Walker. Born, 11 Apr 1704, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 



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               George's Co., MD. She married John Brashears, 13 Aug 1723, in St
               Barnabas Par., Pr. George's Co., MD.
          vi.  Isaac Walker. Born, 5 Mar 1704/5, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD.
         vii.  Ann Walker. Born, 10 Apr 1708, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. George's
               Co., MD.
        viii.  Richard Walker. Born, 4 Mar 1709/0, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD.
          ix.  Creecy Walker. Born, 26 Oct 1713, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD.
           x.  Joseph Walker. Born, 24 Dec 1714, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD. Died, after 1784, in Pr. George's Co., MD[24].
               Occupation: Planter. He married Elizabeth in MD.
          xi.  Rachel Walker. Born, 6 Feb 1716/7, in St Barnabas Par., Pr. 
               George's Co., MD.


51.   Rebecca[8] Isaac (Joseph, 58) (A129). Born, 1680, in Calvert Co., MD.
Died, after 1767, in Pr. George's Co., MD[25]. Occupation: housewife.

      In 1767 she was living in the Eastern Branch Hundred of Prince George's
Co. This was within St. John's Piscataway Parish of the Anglican Church.

      She married[22] Charles Walker (50) (A128).


51A.	 Rowland Powell. Died 1727, Burlington Co., NJ.  Estate Settlement. 
Probably from Wales.  Possibly son of Thomas Powell of Haverford Twp., Chester 
Co.,  PA.  May be related to Rowland Powell, Secretary to Earl of Carlisle, 1670s.
     
      He married, 1695, Haverford Monthly Meeting, to Maud Richards. Children:

           i.   Gobitha. Born 19 Feb 1695, died before 1768.
  43      ii.   Elizabeth Powell, born 10 Mar 1696, married 15 Apr 1719, Radnor MM,
                George Wilcockson.
         iii.   Alltid Powell, born 12 Mar 1698.
          iv.   Gemima Powell, born 8 Sep 1700.
           v.   Dorothy Powell, born 8 Nov 1701.
          vi.   Rowland Powell, Jr., born 12 Sep 1703.
         vii.   Mary Powell, born 8 Feb 1707.

51B.	 Maud Richard/s. From Llanllwch, Carmarthyn, Wales. Died 1708, Haverford 
Twp, Chester Co., PA/NJ?

     She married Rowland Powell.


52.   George[8] Boone III (George II, 60)[26] (A140). Born, 1666, in Stoke 
Canon, Devonshire, Eng. Died, 7 Aug 1744, in Exeter, Berks Co., PA, or 27 Jul 
1744. Burial: 1744, in Friend's Cem., Oley, Berks Co., PA. Immigration: circa
1713, in Philadelphia, PA. Occupation: weaver-farmer.

      Records of this Boone family cease to appear in the St. Disen Parish
records after 1701 indicating either their conversion to Quakerism or a move to
another location.

      He married[27] Mary Maugridge (53) (A141), 1689 (?), in Eng. Children:

           i.  George[7] Boone IV. Born, 13 Jul 1690, in Devonshire, Eng. Died,
               20 Nov 1753, in Exeter, Berks Co., PA. Baptism: 20 Jul 1690, in 
               St. Disen Par., Bradnich, Devonshire, Eng. He married Deborah 
               Howell, 27 Jul 1713, in Philadelphia Co., PA.
          ii.  Sarah Boone. Born, 18 Feb 1690/1, in Devonshire, Eng. Died in 
               NC?. Baptism: 28 Mar 1692, in St. Disen Par., Bradnich, 
               Devonshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife. She married Jacob 
               Stover, 15 Mar 1714/5, in PA.
  44     iii.  Squire Boone.
          iv.  Mary Boone. Born, 23 Sep 1699, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, 16 Jan
               1774, in PA. Baptism: 13 Oct 1699, in St. Disen Par., Bradnich, 
               Devonshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife. She married John Webb,
               13 Sep 1720, in Philadelphia Co., PA.
           v.  John Boone. Born, 3 Jan 1701/2, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, Oct
               1785, in Berks CO., PA. Baptism: 30 Jan 1701/2, in St. Disen 



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               Par., Bradnich, Devonshire, Eng.
          vi.  Joseph Boone. Born, 5 Apr 1704, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, 30 Jan
               1776, in PA. He married Catherine Unknown.
         vii.  Benjamin Boone. Born, 16 Jul 1706, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, 14
               Oct 1762, in PA. Occupation: farmer. He married, first, Ann 
               Farmer, 1726, in PA. He married, second, Susannah Unknown, circa
               1738, in PA.
        viii.  James Boone. Born, 7 Jul 1709, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, 1 Sep
               1785, in Berks CO., PA. He married, first, Mary Foulke, 15 May
               1735, in PA. He married, second, Ann Griffith, 20 Oct 1757, in 
               PA.
          ix.  Samuel Boone. Born, circa 1711, in Devonshire, Eng. Died, 6 Aug
               1745, in PA. He married Elizabeth Cassel, 29 Oct 1734, in PA.
           x.  Mary Boone. Died, 20 Mar 1695/6, in St. Disen Par., Bradnich, 
               Devonshire, Eng. Baptism: 26 Sep 1694, in St. Disen Par., 
               Bradnich, Devonshire, Eng.
          xi.  Richard Boone. Baptism: 3 Jun 1696, in St. Disen Par., Bradnich,
               Devonshire, Eng.


53.   Mary[8] Maugridge (John, 62) (A141). Born, 1669, in Bradnich, Devonshire,
Eng. Died, circa 1741, in Berks Co., PA. Burial: circa 1741, in Friend's Cem., 
Oley, Berks Co., PA. Occupation: housewife.

      She married[27] George Boone III (52) (A140).


54.   Edward[8] Morgan[28] (A142). Born in Bela Coty, Merionithshire, Wales?.
Died, after 1724, in Gwynedd, Montgomery Twp, Bucks Co., PA. Occupation:
Tailor-yeoman.

      He married Elizabeth unknown (55) (A143). Children:

           i.  Elizabeth[7] Morgan. Born, circa 1690, in Wales/PA. Occupation:
               housewife. She married[29] Cadwallader Morris, 1710, in Gwynedd 
               MM, Bucks Co., PA.
          ii.  Daniel Morgan[30]. Born, 1691, in Moyamensing, Phila. Co., PA.
               Died, 1773, in 7m, 6d, PA. Occupation: Quaker-Minister. He 
               married[31] Elizabeth Roberts[32], daughter of Robert Roberts,
               1718, in Gwynedd Mtg, Bucks Co., PA, 21d 9m.[33].
         iii.  Margaret Morgan. Born, 1693, in Bucks Co., PA, 8m 23d. Died,
               1750, in Bucks Co., PA, 10m 24d. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married[34] Samuel Thomas, 1713, in Gwynedd Mtg, Bucks Co., PA, 
               3m 3d.
  45      iv.  Sarah Morgan.
           v.  Morgan Morgan[35]. Born in Wales/PA. Died, 1727, in Towamencin, 
               Bucks Co., PA. Prob of Est: 1727, in Bucks Co., PA. He married
               Dorothy in PA?.
          vi.  William Morgan. Born in Wales/PA. He married, first, an 
               anonymous woman, before 1730, in PA. He married[29], second,
               Cath. Robeson, 1731, in Gwynedd MM, Bucks Co., PA.
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               1721, in Radnor Mtg, Bucks Co., PA, 8d 9m.[37].
        viii.  Joseph Morgan. Born in Bucks Co., PA. He married[38] Elizabeth 
               Lloyd, 1728, in Radnor Mtg, Bucks Co., PA, 8d 9m.[39].
          ix.  Alce Morgan. Born, circa 1700, in Bucks Co., PA. Occupation:
               housewife. She married[38] Jenkins Evans, 1718, in Gwynedd Mtg, 
               Bucks Co., PA, 17d 8m.[37].


55.   Elizabeth[8] unknown[40] (A143). Died, after 1724, in PA. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married Edward Morgan (54) (A142).



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56.   Daniel[9] Walker (A256). Born in Eng/MD?. Died, 1703, in Talbot Co., MD.
Prob of Est: 12 Jan 1702/3, in Talbot Co., MD, 3 MD Cal Wills p, 36[41].
Occupation: farmer.

      The Will of Daniel Walker, Senior, is recorded in the records of the
Prerogative Court of Maryland at the Maryland Hall of Records under the
following citation: Preogative Court (Wills) 3 [MdHR 1282 1-11-1-4], pp.
171-172 Danl. Walker, Senior, 12 January 1702/3.
In the name of God Amen I Danl Walker Senior of Talbot County Planter - being sick and Weak but of good memory praisd be God doe make this my Last Will & testament as follows which to say ----- I comend my Soule to God Who gave it me hoping thro the death and passion of my redemer to have pardon for all my sinns my Wretched body I comitt to ye Earth in hope of a Joyfull resurection and to be buried in such place with such charges as my Executors shalle thinke most --------- FIRST - I will that all my Just Debts and funerall charges be firstly paid - 2d - I give to my daughter Eliz Portlock ye wife of Abraham Portlock one shilling which will be in fulle of her part of my Estate -- 3d - I Give and Bequeath to my daughter Jane Merrick the wife of John Merrick one shilling Sterling which is to be in fulle of her part of my Estate -- 4 - I Give and Bequeath unto my Sonnes Daniel Wm and Charles Walker and to my Daughter Mary Walker all the rest of my Goods Chattells & Credits to be equally divided among my said three sonnes Danl Wm and Charles and my daughter Mary -- Lastly I make and ordain my two Sonnes Danl Walker and Wm Walker Extrs of this my Last Will and testament revoking all other wills made whether by word or writing In Witness whereof I have published and declared this to be my ---- this 20th day of Sept in ye first year of the reign of Anne by the Grace of God etc. Anno 1702 Danl (his mark) Walker Senr WITNESSES Robert Morton, James IS Stonard, Dennis DE Es--mming, Benj ---kes --- --- ----- the record ---- the is written on Jan ye 12 1702 Then came before me Wm Walker one of the Executors and caused the said will to be proved wch said will was accordingly proved in due form & by ye



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Oaths of Benj ----- James Stonard & Dennis ---mming three of the witss thereto Subscribed & ---- -- was Accordingly granted unto the said Wm Walker togeather with a Copy of the Will Annexed --- ------- -Robt Finley Dty Comr Talbot Coty
      The inventory of the Estate of Daniel Walker, Senior was returned on 29
Jan 1704 and valued at 68 L 16 S 9 D, by Benja. Pecke and James Stonard,
Prerogative Court (Inventories & Accounts) 25 [MdHR 1262 1-11-2-38], pp.
196-197 Daniel Walker, Senr., Inventory, 29 January 1704.

      An Account of the estate was recorded 11 Jan 1705[06?] at a balance of 20
L 4 S 9 D by William Walker, Prerogative Court (Inventories & Accounts) 25
[Mdhr 1262 1-11-2-38], pp. 272-274 Daniel Walker, Senr., Account, 11 January
1705. Leave was granted at that time for an additional account.

      The Inventory of Daniel Walker, Junr., was recorded after that of his
father on page 197, Prerogative Court (Inventories & Accounts) 25 [MdHR 1262
1-11-2-38], pp. 196-197 Daniel Walker, Senr., Inventory, 29 January 1704.

      The Account of William Walker, "brother and heir" of Daniel Walker,
Junior, was also recorded on 11 Jan 1705[06?], Prerogative Court (Inventories &
Accounts) 25 [MdHR 1262 1-11-2-38], pp. 263-264 Danll Walker, Senr. (sic,
Junr.), Account, 11 January 1705.

      He married Alice unknown (57) (A257), before 1662, in MD. Children:

  50       i.  Charles[8] Walker.
          ii.  William Walker. Died, after 1703, in MD.
         iii.  Alice Walker. Born, 6 Aug 1667, in MD. Died, before 1702
               (?)[42].
          iv.  Jane Walker. Born, 30 Apr 1669, in MD. Died, after 1702, in MD.
               She married John Merrick, before 1702, in MD.
           v.  Daniel Walker. Born, 18 Jun 1671, in MD. Died, circa 1704, in 
               Talbot Co., MD[43]. Occupation: Carpenter.
          vi.  Mary Walker. Born, 24 Apr 1673, in Pr. George's Co., MD. Died,
               after 1702, in MD.
         vii.  Eliza Walker. Born, 14 Nov 1685, in MD. Died, after 1702, in MD.
               She married Abraham Horlock, before 1702, in MD.


57.   Alice[9] unknown (A257). Died, before 1702, in MD.

      She married Daniel Walker (56) (A256).


58.   Joseph[9] Isaac (A258). Born in Eng. Died, 1689, in Q. Anne's Par., 
Calvert Co., MD. Prob of Est: 23 Feb 1688/9, in Calvert Co., MD, Liber 6, p. 
53. Occupation: farmer. 
Will of Joseph Isacke, Prerogative Court (Wills) 6 [MdHR 1286 1-11-1-9], pp. 53-54. In the name of God Amen. That whereas I Joseph Isacke of Calvert County and province of Maryland, planter being very sick and weake of Body but in good sound perfect memory and sense Doe here make my Last will and Testament renouncing all other wills before these presents ~ ITEM I Give and bequeath my Soule unto almighty God who gave it me and my body to ye Earth from whence it was taken to be decently buried Trusting in and through ye merritts of Jesus Christ my Saviour to enjoy a Joyful resurection at ye Last Day And as for my small portion of Estate that it hath pleased God to



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bestow upon me I give and bequeath in form & manner as follows: ITEM I Give and bequeath to my Son Richard Isacke all my tract of Land being one hundred acres more or less with all privileges thereunto belonging to him and his heirs forever and yt he shall enjoy the same when he comes to the age of one and twenty years and also I give to my said son Richard one Mare Called by the name of Jane with all her further increase only my will & pleasure is yt his sister Elizabeth shall have ye first mare colt that ye said mare shall bring with all her increase to her heirs or assignes as also I give and bequeath to my said son Richard five head of Cattle being his owne property as namely one cow called by ye name of Flowty(?) one Cow called by ye name of Mulberry one heifer Called Monday and two Cow Calves with all their f---- increase of the female to him his heirs or assignes also I give and bequeath to my said Son Richard one Gunn & that He shall be at ye Chusing gaurden when he comes to ye age of sixteen yeares ~ ITEM I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph one cow and her calfe Called by the name of naney with all their further increase of female also I give and bequeath to my Said Son Joseph one young mare Colt called by ye name of Dido with all her futer increase only my Will and pleasure is yt his Sister Rebecka shall have ye first mare Colt ye Said mare Shall bring with all her increase I also give and bequeath to my said Son Joseph one Gunn and yt he Shall at ye age of Sixteen yeares Chuse guardian ~~~~ Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth five head of Cattle being porperly her own as namely one cow Called Lady one cow Called Damsall one heifer called Gentle And one heifer called Gift and one cow calfe with all theire futer increase of females ~ Item I give and bequeath unto my Son in Law Joseph Brown one Cow and her Calfe Called by the name of Cloudy with all their increase of female I also give to ye said Joseph Brown one young mare called by ye name of ----- with all her increase as also one sow known by her Long taile and also one young white sow with all their increase and also I Give and bequeath to ye said Joseph my long Gunn, ~~~~ Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Rebecka one heifer Called by the name of Young Negro with all her increase of females, ~~~~ Item I give and bequeath to my Son in Law James Clifford one Cow Calfe with all her increase of female he shall be bound at Court to remaine and stay with his mother till he comes of age of twenty one years, ~~~~ ITEM I give and bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth one feather bed and Bolster, ~ ITEM I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Rabecka one feather bed and Bolster, ~ ITEM I give and bequeath to my deare and well beloved wife all ye rest of my Cattle with all their increase and one young Mare Called by the name of --ggid with all her increase And further I doe appoint and ordain my Deare and Loveing wife Margarett to be my Whole Executor till she maries and after my funeral and debts being paid What other estate shall be left after ye before mentioned Legacies payed then my will is yt my Said Extr. shall appraise ye same and she to have her third share and ye Rest to be equally divided amongst my foure Children Richard Joseph Elizabeth and Rabecka Also my will and pleasure is yt my Son in Law Joseph Brown Shall this ensuing yeare stay upon the plantation with his mother and under her command till ye twenty fifth day of December ------ this Date and yt he shall have halfe a share of what tobacco shall be made and it is my will and pleasure yt my son Richard shall at ye age of twenty three years pay to his Brother Joseph Isacke ye next yeare two thousand pounds of tobacco and ye next yeare after two thousand pounds of tobacco which makes four thousand and my will and pleasure is yt my Daughters shall have their legacies & Share of ye Estateat the day of their marriage & my will & pleasure is yt my Estate may be appraised within six months after my decease



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So the Lords will be done And in testimony of this my Last will and testament I have hereunto sett my hand and fixed my seal this 29th of December(?) 1688. I give to my Loveing wife all ye remainder of what tobacco is left and my will & pleasure is yt my Children have one years schooling, Joseph JOSC Isacke SEALED Signed sealed and delivered in ye presence of us his Thomas B Bealemark her Diana X ffenixe mark Will Dacres And on ye back of said will was thus written ffebruary ye 23th(?) 1688/9 Then came before me Thomas Beale Diana ffenix & William Dacrea and tooke their Corporall oath yt this was ye Last will & Testament of Joseph Isacke Francis Collior ~~
      He married[22] Margaret unknown (Brown/Clifford?) (59) (A259), 1675 (?), in MD. 
Children:

           i.  Elizabeth[8] Isaac. Born, circa 1677, in MD.
          ii.  Richard Isaac. Born, 1679, in Calvert Co., MD. Died, Jun 1759.
               He married Sarah Pottenger, circa 1710, in MD.
  51     iii.  Rebecca Isaac.
          iv.  Joseph Isaac. Born, 1681, in Calvert Co., MD. Died, 30 Sep 1703,
               in Q. Anne's Par., Cal/Pr. Geo. Co., MD.


59.   Margaret[9] unknown[22] (A259). Born, 1650 (?). Died in MD. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married first ------ Brown. Child,
	   i.  Joseph Brown, b ~ 1668 d. aft 1688.

      She married second ----- Clifford. Child,
           i.  James Clifford b	aft 1668 d. aft 1688

      She married[22] third, Joseph Isaac (58) (A258).


60.   George[9] Boone II (George I, 64)[44] (A280). Born, circa 1636, in 
Exeter, Devonshire, Eng. Died, 1696, in Devonshire, Eng. Burial: 1696, in Stoke
Canon, Devonshire, Eng. Occupation: blacksmithfarmer.

      He married Sarah Uppey (61) (A281) in Devonshire, Eng. Children:

  52       i.  George[8] Boone III.
          ii.  Henry Boone. Baptism: 1673, in Stoke Canon, Devonshire, Eng.
         iii.  John Boone. Baptism: 1673, in Stoke Canon, Devonshire, Eng.
          iv.  Percis Boone[45]. Born, circa 1700 (?), in Stoke Canon, 
               Devonshire, Eng.?. Died in Berks Co., PA?. Immigration: 10 Oct
               1717, in Philadelphia, PA. Occupation: housewife. She married
               George Henton, 1719, in Berks Co., PA?.


61.   Sarah[9] Uppey (A281). Died in Devonshire, Eng. aged 80. Occupation:
housewife.

      She married George Boone II (60) (A280).


62.   John[9] Maugridge (A282). Born in Eng. Died in Devonshire, Eng.
Occupation: weaver.



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      He married[22] Mary Milton (63) (A283). Children:

  53       i.  Mary[8] Maugridge.


63.   Mary[9] Milton[22] (A283). Born in Eng. Died in Devonshire, Eng.
Occupation: housewife.

      She married[22] John Maugridge (62) (A282).



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64.   George[10] Boone I[46] (A560). Died in Devonshire, Eng.

      He married[46] Ann Fallace (65) (A561) in Devonshire, Eng.?. Children:

  60       i.  George[9] Boone II.


65.   Ann[10] Fallace (Walter, 66)[47] (A561). Died in Devonshire, Eng.
Occupation: housewife.

      She married[46] George Boone I (64) (A560) in Devonshire, Eng.?.
Children:

  60       i.  George[9] Boone II.



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66.   Walter[11] Fallace[47] (A1,122). Died in Eng.

      He married, first, an anonymous woman in Eng.


      He married, second, an unknown woman. Children:

  65       i.  Ann[10] Fallace.



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                              NOTES AND REFERENCES

  [1]Certificate of Death, KY, file no. 116 65 4062.

  [2]Certificate of Death.

  [3]Certificate of Death, KY, file no. 116 63 15308.

  [4]Certificate of Death, OH, file no. 060815.

  [5]Cornelius, Early Marriages of Whitley Co., KY, p. 40.

  [6]Material on Renelder WALKER from Dr. June R. Welch, Univ. of Dallas.

  [7]NC Archives Marriage Bond 104 2 253 and 000167845.

  [8]Names from suit in Knox Co., KY. May not be correct!.

  [9]Ordained a Deacon by Bishop Asbury, Rehoboth, Knox Co., TN, 31 Oct 1802.

 [10]Date calculated from the 1850 Census.

 [11]Material on Nathaniel Walker is from Dr. June R. Welch, Univ. of Dallas.

 [12]Frederick Co., MD, Deeds, BD, p. 193.

 [13]Administration Bond to Eliza Walker, Administratrix.

 [14]He did not die at Bryan's Station, KY, in the 1782 Indian raid.

 [15]Will made 19 Mar 1767. Lewis, Wills & Admin., vol. 1, p. 132.

 [16]Not mentioned in the will of her father made 19 March 1767.

 [17]Date is from the Pension Application.

 [18]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p. 12 (Apr 1987).

 [19]Northumberland Co., VA Rec. Bk 1743-49, pp 227a-228.

 [20]Letter of Administration, Order Book 1767-70, p. 68.




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 [21]Will of Peter Sullivan.

 [22]Steven Curtis Perkins.

 [23]St Barnabas Parish Rec., Anglican Ch., Diocesean Lib., Washington Cath.

 [24]Died between 19 July 1784 and 13 May 1785.

 [25]Pr.Geo. Co. Deeds, L.EE, f.677, MdHR.

 [26]Cert. of Collumpton MM, Devon, Eng., rcvd Gwynedd MM, PA, 31d 10m 1717.

 [27]Spraker, The Boone Family: Wulfeck, Wilcoxon and Allied Families.

 [28]Jenkins, Historical Collections Relating to Gwynedd, 2 ed., pp. 410-411.

 [29]Marriage Records of Gwynedd MM.

 [30]Jenkins, Hist. Coll. Relating to Gwynedd, 2 ed., p. 411.

 [31]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p. 12 (Apr. 1967).

 [32]Jenkins, Hist Coll Relating to Gwynedd, 2 ed., pp. 411.

 [33]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p. 12 (Apr 1967).

 [34]Marriage Records of Gwynedd MM.

 [35]Jenkins, Hist Coll Relating to Gwynedd, 2 ed., p. 410.

 [36]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p.12, (Apr. 1967).

 [37]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p. 12, (Apr 1967).

 [38]Boone Scout, vol. 1, #3, p. 12 (Apr. 1967).

 [39]Boone Scout, vol 1, #3, p. 12, (Apr 1967).

 [40]Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks Co., PA, p. 555.

 [41]jour. [MdHR 1282;1-11-1-4], pp.171-172.

 [42]She is not mentioned in the will of Daniel Walker, Senr.

 [43]Inventory recorded circa Jan/Feb 1704.

 [44]Sarah Ridge Rockenfield, Our Boone Families, pp. 1-3 (1987).

 [45]Rockenfield, Our Boone Families, pp. 1-3 (1987).

 [46]Sarah Ridge Rockenfield, Our Boone Families, p.1 (1987).




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 [47]Sarah Ridge Rockenfield, Our Boone Families, p. 1 (1987).



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