James Craddock1

Male, #44223
FatherJohn Hill Craddock1 b. about 1763
MotherSarah Elizabeth Bartlett1 b. 1772
RelationshipJames Craddock is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because James is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for James Craddock.  
Birth of DaughterSeptember 25, 1819His daughter Annie was born on September 25, 1819.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of James's death. 

Family

Nancy Gardner
Children 1.John Miller Craddock1
 2.Annie Craddock1 b. Sep 25, 1819
Last EditedNov 2, 2008

Citations

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Alice Carey Goins1

Female, #44224, b. January 30, 1911, d. November 13, 1992
FatherLouis Simeon Goins1 b. May 28, 1877, d. May 5, 1955
MotherMartha Bohanon Hackett1 b. Feb 9, 1880, d. Mar 3, 1953
RelationshipAlice Carey Goins is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Alice Carey is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthJanuary 30, 1911Alice was born January 30, 1911 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Death of MotherMarch 3, 1953Her mother, Martha, died on March 3, 1953 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Death of FatherMay 5, 1955Her father, Louis, died on May 5, 1955 in King's Daughters Hospital, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
DeathNovember 13, 1992Alice died November 13, 1992 in Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana at age 81.1  
Last EditedSep 8, 2007

Citations

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Hans Adam Yount1

Male, #44225, b. December 4, 1729, d. about 1813
FatherHans Jundt1 b. May, 1692, d. Jan 26, 1749/50
MotherAnna Maria Flubacher1 b. about 1700
RelationshipHans Adam Yount is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Hans Adam is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Marriage - no spouseHe married an unknown person . I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
BirthDecember 4, 1729Hans was born December 4, 1729 in Benken, Canton Basel-Land, Switzerland.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1749/50His father, Hans, died on January 26, 1749/50 in Benken, Canton Basel-Land, Switzerland.1 
Birth of SonAugust 10, 1752His son John was born on August 10, 1752 in Pennsylvania.1 
Birth of SonDecember 27, 1757His son George was born on December 27, 1757 in Pennsylvania.1 
Marriage of SonFebruary 24, 1781His son, George Yount, married Mary Elizabeth Underwood on February 24, 1781 in Painted Stone Station, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Deathabout 1813Hans died about 1813 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1  

Family 1

Child 1.John Yount+1 b. Aug 10, 1752, d. about 1836

Family 2

Anna Maria Flubacher b. a 1700
Child 1.George Yount+1 b. Dec 27, 1757, d. May 9, 1824
Note-ShackelfordHans Adam Yount Source 1: Info on Hans Adam Jundt's birth, death, and place of birthplus his parent's names from Jackie Welsh, descendant. Rec'd by PSH May2004.

Source2: Various Families from Hendricks & Morgan County, Indiana, WorldConnect Gedcom
Contact: Robin Hunziker Home Page: Families from Hendricks & MorganCounty, Indiana

Source 3: The Kentucky Explorer, Page 20, submitter (Karen PittsPowell--September 2005 Issue / PSH
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The Jundt, Yount, siblings had secretly fled Switzerland underpersecution from the government.
In about 1744 Adam along with his brother Matthias went back to
Switzerland and got manumission from serfdom for themselves and their
siblings by paying a 10% tax on their considerable property. The tax wasconsiderable, in fact the largest found before 1794. It amounted to1458.15 pounds on 14,585.17.8 pounds worth of property.
Hans Adam and probably Matthias returned to America and settled inBedford County, PA.

Sources:
1. Including A Brief Sketch of the Origins of the Yount Family, by W. C.Yount, 1936, p. 11.
2. Swiss Immigrants in the 18th Century, Vol. 2, page 166.1
 
Name Variation Hans Adam Yount was also known as Hans Adam Jundt.1 
Event-Misc1752He was Immigration to U.S. in 1752.1 
Last EditedJun 27, 2011

Citations

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Rose Clementine Honnaker1

Female, #44228, b. February, 1859
FatherJohn Bryant Honnaker1 b. Nov 25, 1834, d. Jan 11, 1917
MotherMary Hess Armstrong1 b. Apr 12, 1836, d. Jan 8, 1922
RelationshipRose Clementine Honnaker is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Rose Clementine is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthFebruary, 1859Rose was born February, 1859 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Rose Clementine's death. 
Last EditedSep 8, 2007

Citations

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Amanda J Babbitt1

Female, #44229, b. about 1845, d. between 1880 and 1910
FatherWilliam Walker Babbitt1 b. Sep 4, 1822, d. Aug 4, 1900
MotherElizabeth Miles1 b. about 1829, d. Mar 27, 1900
RelationshipAmanda J Babbitt is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Amanda J is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birthabout 1845Amanda was born about 1845 in Kentucky.1 
MarriageOctober 9, 1879She married Franklin Babbitt, son of John Robert Parker Babbitt and Susan Hulett, October 9, 1879 in Marion County, Indiana.1  
Deathbetween 1880 and 1910Amanda died between 1880 and 1910 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.1  

Family

Franklin Babbitt b. 9 May 1856, d. 1937
Note-ShackelfordAmanda J Babbitt 1880 United States Census

Franklin BABBITT Self Male W 24 KY Car Driver KY KY
** Amanda BABBITT Wife Female W 35 KY Keeps House KY KY

Source Information:
Census Place Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254296
NA Film Number T9-0296
Page Number 750D
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Amanda Babbitt's sister (Nancy P. Babbitt) married Franklin's olderbrother (Oscar Babbitt).1 
Name Variation Amanda J Babbitt was also known as Mandy.1 
Note-ShackelfordShe and Franklin Babbitt 1872 - 1882 Marion County Indiana Marriages

BABBITT AMANDA, TO: FRANKLIN BABBITT ON: OCT 9 1879 MARION 16166

Note: Amanda Babbitt's sister (Nancy P. Babbitt) married Franklin'solder brother (Oscar Babbitt).1 
Last EditedOct 13, 2007

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Cecil Quire1

Male, #44230
FatherJames Quire1 b. Apr 4, 1881, d. Jul 1, 1968
MotherMyrtle Tracy1 b. Sep 8, 1886, d. Dec 31, 1956
RelationshipCecil Quire is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Cecil is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Cecil Quire.  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Cecil's death. 
Last EditedFeb 25, 2009

Citations

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George Yount1

Male, #44231, b. December 27, 1757, d. May 9, 1824
FatherHans Adam Yount1 b. Dec 4, 1729, d. about 1813
MotherAnna Maria Flubacher1 b. about 1700
RelationshipGeorge Yount is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because George is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthDecember 27, 1757George was born December 27, 1757 in Pennsylvania.1 
MarriageFebruary 24, 1781He married Mary Elizabeth Underwood, daughter of (given name not known) Underwood and Mary (surname not known), February 24, 1781 in Painted Stone Station, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky.1  
Birth of SonDecember 5, 1781His son John was born on December 5, 1781 in Painted Stone, Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonJune 9, 1783His son William was born on June 9, 1783 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonJune 12, 1785His son Jonathan was born on June 12, 1785 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonJuly 21, 1787His son Benjamin was born on July 21, 1787 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughter1789His daughter Elizabeth was born in 1789 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughter1791His daughter Nathaniel was born in 1791 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Son1793His son Joseph was born in 1793 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of DaughterOctober 13, 1795His daughter Rachel was born on October 13, 1795 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 24, 1797His daughter Mary was born on January 24, 1797 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonJanuary 13, 1802His son George was born on January 13, 1802 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of DaughterApril 12, 1807His daughter Sarah was born on April 12, 1807 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
Death of Fatherabout 1813His father, Hans, died about 1813 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1 
DeathMay 9, 1824George died May 9, 1824 near Brashier's Creek, Shelby County, Kentucky at age 66.1  

Family

Mary Elizabeth Underwood b. 2 Nov 1765, d. 10 Jul 1848
Children 1.John Yount+1 b. Dec 5, 1781
 2.William Yount1 b. Jun 9, 1783
 3.Jonathan W Yount+1 b. Jun 12, 1785, d. 1862
 4.Benjamin Yount1 b. Jul 21, 1787
 5.Elizabeth Yount1 b. 1789
 6.Nathaniel Yount1 b. 1791
 7.Joseph Yount1 b. 1793
 8.Rachel Yount1 b. Oct 13, 1795
 9.Mary Phebe Yount1 b. Jan 24, 1797
 10.Jacob Yount1
 11.George Yount Jr1 b. Jan 13, 1802
 12.Sarah Yount1 b. Apr 12, 1807
Note-ShackelfordGeorge Yount George Yount was one of the early Painted Stone Settlers, who made atrip down the Ohio from Fort Pitt to Louisville and then to PaintedStone. George Yunt and his father may have been with this group comingdown the Ohio since George was discharged from Fort Pitt in October 1799and the flotilla left from Fort Pitt in the fall of 1799. George thenshows up with the original settlers of Painted Stone in April of 1780,along with the Underwood family and one of the Van Meters, both of whomwere in the flotilla.

Submitter : Descendant, Karen Pitts Powell via email Jan 2005/ PSH.
Source:
Revolutionary War Pension file W9044.
Depositions 1795-1810, The Transcribed Depositions of Pioneers made inShelby County, Kentucky, edited by Neal O. Hammon and Charles T. Long,Shelby County Historical Society 1999, p. 140.
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Squire Boone's Station, 1779
County: Shelby
Location: Shelbyville, 5th & Main Sts., US 60

Description: 'Painted Stone' 21/2 miles north on Eminence Road, thence,1/2 mile west to site on Clear Creek. For nearly 2 years only largestation on the Wilderness Road between Harrodstown and the Falls of theOhio River. Ground plan found among papers of Gen. George Rogers Clark.Disastrous attack by Indians 1781-re-occupied by the whites. Firstimproved 1775-called 'Painted Stone Tract' 1776.
Source: Kentucky Historical Marker Database
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History: Long Run Massacre
County: Jefferson
Location: Eastwood, US 60

Description: One mile south. Scene of massacre, undoubtedly the bloodiestin early Kentucky, which took place, 1781. A Miami Indian party killedover 60 pioneers en route from Squire Boone's Painted Stone Station tosafety of forts at Falls of Ohio. Next day, reinforced by British Capt.McKee's Hurons, they killed 16 of 25 militia led by Col. John Floyd tobury massacre victims.
Source: Kentucky Historical Marker Database

George Yount and his wife, Polly, were also involved in the Long RunMassacre at which time he was taken prisoner by the Indians. Polly wasabout 6 months pregnant with their first child, John b. 1781 born atLinn's Sta. in Louisville.

George is listed in Captain Squire Boone's militia company June 23, 1780, and he was with Squire Boone in George Rogers Clark's 1780 campaignagainst the Shawnee, which was based near Louisville. After defeatingthe Indians in a pitched battle, they laid waste their villages anddestroyed their corn fields, 'with inexorable severity,' in retaliationof a previously failed expedition. In any event, George must have felta good bit of connection to Squire since an affidavid by John Demareedated February 2, 1837 states that George Yount served in July 1780 as asoldier with Capt. Squire Boone in the Army of General Clark against the'Shawena' and 'Pickawa' towns on the Miami River.'

George Yunt's name appears in the 'Abstract to George Rogers ClarkPapers, Microfilm Roll #6,' Virginia State Library and Archives for June26, 1781 where he is listed as one of the workers receiving payment fromthe State of Virginia for building a smokehouse. The other workersmentioned mirror some of the names of the first Painted Stone settlers.

George and his wife, Polly, were part of the group of settlers movingfrom Painted Stone Station (or Squire Boone's Station) in Shelby Countyto Lynn's Station, near Louisville in September 1781. The move wasprompted by an increase in Indian 'sign.' As the settlers were crossingLong Run Creek, the Indians attacked. The following is a partialaccount of George's actions that day:

Squire Boone's son, Isaiah, two of whose daughters later married intofamilies prominent in pioneer Pike county history, was a participant inthis running battle with the savages, although he was then only a lad of9. Riding a pack horse, he dismounted and retreated with the others. Atthe crossing of Long Run, he was threatened by an Indian, but the pluckyboy held the savage warrior at bay with his gun, which, however, had gotwet in crossing and would not go off. A man by the name of George Yuntcame to Isaiah's aid, shot the Indian, and ordered Isaiah to throw awayhis gun and clear himself.

Source:
History of Kentucky, Vol I., by Lewis Collins.
Revolutionary War Pension file W9044, Affidavit of George Yunt,Franklin Circuit Court, July 15, 1822.
History of Kentucky, Vol I., by Lewis Collins, P. 24
History of Kentucky, Vol I., by Lewis Collins, p. 24.
11346-6-1250-1251.

The Painted Stone Settlers, re-enact the Long Run Massacre in ShelbyCounty each year. George Yount/Yunt, was taken prisoner during this'massacre' in 1781and lost his army discharge papers. (The group wasabandoning Painted Stone or Boone Station and going to Linn Station).George's wife, Mary Elizabeth 'Polly' Underwood, came to Kentucky withher widowed mother down the Ohio River from Fort Pitt on a raft withabout 100 other people. It was called the VanMeter flortilla.

Submitter: Karen Pitts Powell, descendant of George Yunt, & participantof the reenactment of the Long Run Massacre, Shelby Co.,Ky.
rec'd via email, Aug 2005/PSH.1 
Event-MiscHe and Mary Elizabeth Underwood were Type: Married by Mr Paxton .1 
Military BeginAugust 13, 1776George Yount began military service on August 13, 1776.1 
Military EndOctober, 1779He ended military service in October, 1779 in Fort Pitt, Pennsylvania.1 
Last EditedJan 17, 2008

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Lavinia D Peters1

Female, #44232
RelationshipLavinia D Peters is a non-related spouse of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Lavinia D is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Last EditedMay 7, 2009

Citations

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Jane O'Nan1

Female, #44236, b. about 1811, d. between 1860 and 1870
FatherDennis O'Nan IV1 b. Sep 25, 1778, d. May 22, 1847
MotherLydia Brewer1 b. Apr 29, 1779, d. Oct 23, 1863
RelationshipJane O'Nan is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Jane is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birthabout 1811Jane was born about 1811 in Henry County, Kentucky.1 
MarriageMarch 13, 1832She married Lawrence Gordon, son of Lawrence F or N Gordon and Sarah Brewer, March 13, 1832 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1  
Birth of SonDecember 7, 1832Her son Dennis was born on December 7, 1832 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterbetween 1833 and 1840Her daughter Mary was born between 1833 and 1840 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterbetween 1835 and 1839Her daughter Sarah was born between 1835 and 1839 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1837Her daughter Lydia was born about 1837 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1840Her daughter Susannah was born about 1840.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1844Her son Edmund was born about 1844.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1845Her daughter Elizabeth was born about 1845 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1846Her daughter Franstella was born about 1846.1 
Birth of SonApril 15, 1851Her son Lawrence was born on April 15, 1851 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Deathbetween 1860 and 1870Jane died between 1860 and 1870 in Kentucky.1  

Family

Lawrence Gordon b. a 1799, d. a 1870
Children 1.Dennis Gordon+1 b. Dec 7, 1832, d. Apr 25, 1898
 2.Mary Gordon+1 b. between 1833 and 1840
 3.Sarah Gordon1 b. between 1835 and 1839
 4.Lydia Gordon1 b. about 1837
 5.Susannah Gordon1 b. about 1840
 6.Edmund Gordon1 b. about 1844, d. Dec 28, 1862
 7.Elizabeth Gordon1 b. about 1845
 8.Franstella Gordon1 b. about 1846
 9.Lawrence W Gordon+1 b. Apr 15, 1851, d. Sep 3, 1913
Note-ShackelfordJane O'Nan Jane O'Nan was the wife of my 1/2 3rd great-grand uncle.
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FAMILY GENEALOGIES--FRANKLIN CO.,kY. GENWEB
Children of William O'Nan, Sr. and Mary Ann Carrico

Jane O'Nan was born about 1811, in Henry County, Kentucky. She died in1876. On March 13, 1832 Jane married Lawrence Gordon in Franklin County,Kentucky.

Note: If Jane died in 1876, then why isn't she on the 1870 census withfamily below.?
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Franklin County, Kentucky
Will Book 2 1824-1854 Page 183
June 1847 Will of Dennis O'Nan (exerpts of)

I, Dennis O'Nan of Franklin County and State of Kentucky,
I give to my daughter, Jane Gordon my negro girls Susan and Malinda. Theremainder of my property, is to be sold and equally divided between mychildren
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1850 Franklin Co. Ky. Census

Lawrence Gordon, 51, m, farmer, 550, b. Va.
Jane ' 40, f, b. Ky.
Mary ' 17, f, '
Dennis ' 15, m, '
Lydia ' 13, f, '
Sarah ' 11, f, '
Susana ' 9, f, '
Edmond ' 6, m, '
Franstella ' 4, f, '
Elizabeth ' 2, f, '
Mary Gordon 36, f, ' (possiblesister of Lawrence)
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1860 Franklin Co.,Ky. Census--Dist 2

Lawrence Gordon, 60, m, farmer, 1700-1900, b. Va.
Jane ' 48, f, b.Ky.
Dennis ' 27, m, farmer, 120, b. Ky.
Sarah ' 20, f, '
Surina(Susana)' 18, f, '
Edmond ' 16, m, '
Elizabeth ' 11, f, '
Lawrence ' 9, m, '(1851)
John Hughes 28, m, farmer, 100-400, b. Ky. (possible sonof John W. Hughes and Mary Rodgers)

Note: Since a Sarah Ann Gordon was married to Thomas Brewer in 1853 and'is' in the 1860 census with him at that time, and not with her parentssuch as the Sarah above, this Sarah cannot be that Sarah Ann Gordon.However, Catherine and Washington Gordon's dau, Sarah is the correct agealso to be Thomas's wife and 'is' not in the 1860 census with herparents, thereby allowing her to be the one with Thomas Brewer in 1860.
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1870 Franklin Co.,Ky. Census--Bald Knob--Aug 5th

Lawrence Gordon, 70, Farmer, $1500, $500, b. Va.
Lawrence Gordon, Jr., 18, at home, b. Ky (makes b. abt 1851)
Malinda Hanes, 25, B., Domestic Servant, b. Ky
Margaret Hanes, 7, B., b. Ky.
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Note-ShackelfordShe and Lawrence Gordon Source for Lawrence Gordon and Jane Onan's marriage from:
Franklin Co.,Ky. History Center
Book, ' Franklin Co.,Ky. Marriages, 1816-1841' Vol 2
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Franklin County, Kentucky
Marriage Bond Index
1831-1840

GORDON, Lawrence To: O'NAN, Jane On: March 3, 1832
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FAMILY GENEALOGIES--FRANKLIN CO.,KY. GENWEB
Children of William O'Nan, Sr. and Mary Ann Carrico
Information submitted by:
Kim Mackey Rop

Jane O'Nan was born about 1811, in Henry County, Kentucky. She died in1876. On March 13, 1832 Jane married Lawrence Gordon in Franklin County,Kentucky.
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Census 1850-partial1850Jane O'Nan was listed as a member of the household living with Lawrence Gordon on the 1850 Census in 1850.1 
Census 1860-partial1860Jane O'Nan was listed as a member of the household living with Lawrence Gordon on the 1860 Census in 1860. 
Last EditedDec 2, 2010

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Sarah Ann Gordon1

Female, #44237, b. September 5, 1835
FatherLawrence Washington Gordon1 b. about 1792, d. 1859
MotherCatherine (surname not known) wife of Lawrence Washington Gordon1 b. between 1811 and 1812
RelationshipSarah Ann Gordon is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Sarah Ann is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthSeptember 5, 1835Sarah was born September 5, 1835 in Henry County, Kentucky.1 
MarriageSeptember 5, 1853She married Thomas Reuben Brewer Sr, son of Thomas Brewer and Sarah Harrod, September 5, 1853 in Franklin County, Kentucky. Age at marriage Thomas 26 single---Sarah Ann 17.1  
Birth of SonJanuary 22, 1855Her son Riley was born on January 22, 1855 in Kentucky.1,2 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 16, 1857Her daughter Mary was born on January 16, 1857 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonMay 24, 1859Her son William was born on May 24, 1859 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonJanuary 3, 1861Her son Lawrence was born on January 3, 1861 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1864Her son Richard was born about 1864 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of DaughterJuly 25, 1865Her daughter Sally was born on July 25, 1865 in Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of SonFebruary 22, 1868Her son Thomas was born on February 22, 1868 in Henry County, Kentucky.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1869Her son James was born about 1869 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Son1870Her son Enoch was born in 1870 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1872Her son John was born about 1872 in Kentucky.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1874Her son Clempson was born about 1874 in Kentucky.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Sarah Ann's death. 

Family

Thomas Reuben Brewer Sr b. bt 1827 - 1830, d. bt 22 Feb 1892 - 6 Jun 1892
Children 1.Riley Brewer+1 b. Jan 22, 1855, d. Jan 23, 1913
 2.Mary Frances Brewer1 b. Jan 16, 1857
 3.William Henry Brewer1 b. May 24, 1859, d. May 13, 1920
 4.Lawrence W Brewer1 b. Jan 3, 1861, d. Sep 9, 1938
 5.Richard Brewer1 b. about 1864
 6.Sally Brewer+1 b. Jul 25, 1865, d. Aug 12, 1928
 7.Thomas Reuben Brewer Jr+1 b. Feb 22, 1868, d. Jul 2, 1938
 8.James Brewer1 b. about 1869
 9.Enoch Brewer1 b. 1870, d. Sep 13, 1947
 10.John Brewer1 b. about 1872
 11.Clempson Brewer1 b. about 1874
Note-ShackelfordSarah Ann Gordon Even though Sallie, (Sarah) Gordon states that she was born in Va. in the1850 Franklin Co.,Ky. Census, her father, Lawrence and wife, Jane O'Nanwere married in Franklin Co. in 1832 and Sarah wasn't born until bet.1836-1839. Her marriage cert. also states she was born in Henry Co.,Ky.
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1850 Franklin Co. Census

Washington Gordon 58, farmer, 4000, b. Ky. (makes b abt 1792)
Catherine ' 38, '
**Sarah ' 15, ' ( inparent's h/h)
William ' 14, '
Mary ' 12, ' (makesb abt 1838)
Lawrence ' 10, '
Catherine ' 8, ' (makesb. abt 1842)
Elizabeth ' 5, '
Allen ' 2, '
------?------ ' 4/12 '(age makes this Robert)
William Harrod 22, laborer '
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Note: Since a Sarah Ann Gordon was married to Thomas Brewer in 1853 and'is' in the 1860 census with him at that time, this Sarah Gordon, aboveis that Sarah Ann Gordon, dau of Catherine & Washington. Lawrence andJane Gordon's dau, Sarah was in the 1860 census with her parents--notwith Thomas. Please see their page for census showing this fact.
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Franklin County, Kentucky
Marriage Bond Index
1851-1860

BREWER, Thomas TO: GORDON, Sally Ann ON: September 5, 1853
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1860 Franklin Co.,Ky. Census--Dist 2

Thomas Brewer, 30, w,m, laborer, 200 value, b. Ky.
*Sarah A. ' 24, w,f, '
Riley ' 6, w,m, '
Mary F. ' 4, w,f, '
William H. ' 2, w,m, '
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1870 Franklin Co. Census--Bald Knob

Thomas Brewer 41, farmer, 1200-400 b. Ky.
*Sallie ' 35, keeping house b. Ky.
Riley ' 15, at home, b. Ky.
Frances ' 13, attending school, b. Ky. (female)
Henry ' 11, ' ' b. Ky.
Lawrence ' 9, b. Ky.
Richard ' 6, b. Ky.
Sallie ' 4, b. Ky.
Thomas ' 2, b. Ky.
James ' 8/12 b. Ky.
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1880 Franklin Co.,Ky.--Bald Knob

Thomas Brewer, w,m, 51, farmer, b. Ky, b. Va., b. Va.
*Sallie A. ' w,f, 41, wife, keeping house, b. Ky.x3
Henry ' w,m, 21, son, farmhand, b. Ky.x3
Lawrence ' w,m, 18, son, ' '
Richard ' w,m, 16, son, ' '
Sallie A. ' w,f, 14, dau, '
Thomas ' w,m, 12, son, farm hand, '
James ' w,m, 11, son, ' '
Enoch ' w,m, 8, son, '
John ' w,m, 8, son, '
Clempson ' w,m, 6, son, '
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Name Variation Sarah Ann Gordon was also known as Sallie.1 
Note-ShackelfordShe and Thomas Reuben Brewer Sr Franklin County, Kentucky
Marriage Bond Index
1851-1860

BREWER, Thomas TO: GORDON, Sally Ann ON: September 5, 1853
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Franklin County, Kentucky
Vital Statistics
Marriages 1853

September 5, 1853 - Thomas BREWER - resident of Franklin County, Ky - 26- single - born Henry County, Ky - to Sarah Ann GORDON - resident ofFranklin County, Ky - 17 - single - born Henry County, Ky.1 
Last EditedFeb 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.
  2. [S4923] World Wide Web, Find a Grave, this source may be viewed at www.findagrave.com,.

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(given name not known) LeCompte1

Male, #44239
Relationship(given name not known) LeCompte is a non-related spouse of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because (given name not known) is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 

Family

Elizabeth Brewer b. a 1784
Last EditedSep 8, 2007

Citations

  1. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.

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Dennis Gordon1

Male, #44240, b. June, 1877, d. December 14, 1960
FatherLawrence W Gordon1 b. Apr 15, 1851, d. Sep 3, 1913
MotherMary Jane Thurman1 b. Sep 19, 1855, d. Feb 25, 1942
RelationshipDennis Gordon is a descendent of a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Dennis is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthJune, 1877Dennis was born June, 1877 in Kentucky.1 
Death of FatherSeptember 3, 1913His father, Lawrence, died on September 3, 1913 in Bailey Mill, Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
Death of MotherFebruary 25, 1942His mother, Mary, died on February 25, 1942 in Bailey's Mill, Franklin County, Kentucky.1 
DeathDecember 14, 1960Dennis died December 14, 1960 in Franklin County, Kentucky at age 83.1  
Note-ShackelfordDennis Gordon 1880 United States Census

John THURMAN Self M Male W 21 KY Farmer KY KY(brother of Mary J. Thurman Gordon below)
Martha E. THURMAN Wife M Female W 21 KY Keeping House VA KY
James D. THURMAN Other S Male W 4M KY KY KY
Lawrance GORDON Other M Male W 26 KY Farmer KY KY(b. 1854)
Mary J. GORDON Wife M Female W 23 KY Keeping House KYKY (Lawrence,above's wife)
Levi GORDON Son S Male W 6 KY KY KY ( son ofLawrence & Mary J)
** Dennis GORDON Son S Male W 3 KY KY KY (son ofLawrence & Mary J above)
Meck GORDON Son S Male W 6M KY KY KY ( son ofLawrence & Mary J--Make on DC below)

Source Information:
Census Place Bald Knob, Franklin, Kentucky
Family History Library Film 1254414
NA Film Number T9-0414
Page Number 281B
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1900 Franklin Co.,Ky. Census--Bald Knob

Lorence Gorden, head, April 1850, 50, marr'd 26 yrs, b. Ky. x3, Farmer,owns farm
Mary J. Gorden, wife, Sept 1855, 44, marr'd 26 yrs, 9 children, 9 living,b. Ky x3
**Dennis, son, June 1877, 22, single, b. Ky. farm hand
A - - - - - - - - Gorden, son, Dec 1879, 20, single, b. Ky., farm hand
Luther, son, March 1883, 17, single, b. Ky. farm hand
Roud Gorden, son, Nov. 1884, 15, b. Ky., farm hand
Eva, dau, Jan 1887, 13, b. Ky., at school
Howard, son, Nov. 1880, 10, b. Ky, at school
Ebb, son, May 1891, 9, b. Ky, at school
Elmer, son, Mar 1896, 4, b. Ky
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Ky Death Record

GORDON, DENNIS 083, FRANKLIN - FRANKLIN

Died: 12-14-1960 Vol: 053 Cert # 26483 Death Vol: 1960
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Event-Death infoHe was Type: Death Cert.Age 83 yrs old .1 
Last EditedSep 8, 2007

Citations

  1. [S13008] World Wide Web, Yesteryear's Footsteps, Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at source no longer on-line (was http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=pshcth),.

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