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    D. November 19, 1750 _______ R. August 1, 1751
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    Page 300. Robert Lacey, of Surry County, and Mary, his wife, late Relict and extx. of Wm. Cooke; whereas Wm Cooke about A.D. 1677 sold Thomas Ward, late of Surry County, deceased, 100 acres of land on the south side of Second Swamp, Blackwater, in the Lower Parish of Surry County, part of a Patent for 800 acres granted to Cooke on 10 9ber 1670, but died before sealing, now confirm the sale.
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    JOSIAH BOONE GENEALOGY
    (E-mail data of Bruce E Sharpe 05 Jan 1998 from Nancy Stine )

    Generation No. 1

    1. Josiah6 Boone (George4, George3, George2, George1) was born January 06, 1725/26 in Exeter (Berks County), PA1, and died 1814 in Glen Creek (Woodford County), KY. He married (1) Hannah Hinton June 30, 1750 in Amity, PA (St. Gabriel Episcopal Church)2, daughter of George Hinton and Persis Boone.* He married (2) Hannah Hite 1766 in Augusta County, VA3.
         Notes for Josiah Boone:
         Josiah Boone, Sr. lived in Exeter and Robeson, Pennsylvania. His birth date is also reported as March 6 (O.S.) or March 17 (N.S.), 1727 in Spraker's "The Boone Family." He was condemned in the Minutes of the Exeter Meeting for a "disorderly" marriage on May 30, 1750 although this appears slightly before his marriage to Hannah Hinton who was not of the Quaker religion. World Family Tree Vol #1 Pedigree 516 reports a marriage to Hannah Hinton on June 30th, 1750 at St Gabriels Episcopal Church in Amity/Marlatton, Pennsylvania.
         The Will of Josiah's father, George Boone IV of Exeter, was recorded in Berks County and signed on November 18, 1753 and proven on December 24, 1753.      This will provided "Thirdly, I bequeath to my beloved son Josiah the sawmill in Robeson Township." Berks County tax records show Josiah continuing to live in Robeson for the 1754 and 1760 tax years. He was on the List of Removals from the Exeter Meeting in the following entry: "6-24, 1762, Josiah Boone to Bradford M.," indicating that he left Pennsylvania and possibly moved to Virginia, probably following the death of his wife.* It was here that he met and later married Hannah Hite in 1766. He was living at Linville Creek, Rockingham, Virginia in 1768. From Virginia State Records list, Josiah served in the American Revolution in the Virginia State Militia, under Capt Samuel Kirkham in 1782 and on 22 Oct 1782, as a member of an expedition against enemy Indians, under General Clark. He served 32 days. Revolutionary Service Papers state that Josiah Boone, Sr. was in the Lincoln Militia as a Guard serving under Capt Samuel Kirkham, VA troops. He was assigned to guard duty at the Salt Works under Capt Kirkham. After the war of the Revolution, Josiah and Hannah Hite moved to Woodford County, Kentucky,* where he died in 1814. His will is recorded in Versailles, Kentucky.
    Children of Josiah Boone and Hannah Hinton are:
    i. George7 Boone, b. 1751, Exeter (Berks County), PA4; d. Aft. 1828.
         Notes for George Boone:
         George never married. In 1828 he sold his farm to Elijah Pepper in Woodford County, Kentucky. [Source: "Our Boone Families, Daniel Boone's Kinfolks," Sarah Rockenfeld, 1987]
    ii. Allison Boone, b. Abt. 1753, Exeter (Berks county), PA5,6; d. died young.
    2. iii. Josiah Boone, Jr., b. 1758, Exeter Township (Berks County), PA; d. 1822, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY.
    3. iv. Jeremiah Boone, b. September 28, 1760, Exeter (Berks County), PA; d. June      19, 1832, Lawrence (Lincoln County), IN.
    Children of Josiah Boone and Hannah Hite are:
    v. Noah7 Boone, b. Abt. 1767, Virginia; d. Abt. 1767, Virginia.
    vi. Deborah Boone, b. April 17, 1769, Virginia7.
    vii. Ruth Boone, b. April 17, 1769, Virginia8; m. Pluright Sisk, May 01, 1790, Culpeper County, VA.
    viii. Allison Boone, b. 1770, Exeter (Berks County), PA; d. died young.
    ix. Hannah Boone, b. Abt. 17719; M. George Barger, June 16, 1789, Culpeper County, VA.
    x. Ruhemah Boone, b. Abt. 1772, Exeter (Berks County), PA10; m. William Thompson.

    Generation No. 2

    2. Josiah7 Boone, Jr. (Josiah6, George4, George3, George2, George1) was born 1758 in Exeter Township (Berks County), PAll, and died 1822 in Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY12. He married (1) Persis Hinton 1784 in Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY13, daughter of George Hinton and Elizabeth Thompson. He married (2) Eleanor Bryan December 15, 1810 in Jefferson County, KY.
    Children of Josiah Boone and Persis Hinton are:
    4. i. Leah8 Boone, b. Aft. 1784, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY; d. September 05, 1836, Daviess County, KY.
    ii. George Washington Boone, b. Aft. 1784, Woodford County, KY; d. January 10, 1841, Indianapolis (Marion County), IN; m. (1) Elizabeth B. McCammon, May 30, 1807, Shelby County, KY14; m. (2) Leah Spencer, April 23, 1815, Shelby County, KY15.*
    iii. Hannah Ann Boone, b. November 01, 1785, Fort Boonesborough (Fayette County), KY; d. January 28, 1862, Philpot (Daviess County), KY; m. James Barnhill, December 13, 1804, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY16,17.
         Notes for James Barnhill:
         James and Hannah lived at Fort Boonesborough for a short time before moving to Shelby County, then to Oldham, and finally settled in Daviess County.
         Names of children are unknown.
    iv. Ruth Boone, b. Abt. 1788, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY18; m. William Barnhill, February 22 1808, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY.
    v. Pearcis Boone, b. October 09, 1791, Woodford County, KY19; d. October 14, 1875,      David County, IA; m. Abner Stark, February 20, 1811, Shelby County, KY20.
    vi. Deborah Boone, b. January 21, 1792, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY; m. George      Teague (Tague) , January 21, 1810, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY.
    vii. Ann Yarnell Boone, b. November 17, 1797, Woodford County, KY; d. March 25, 1883, Decatur County, IN; m. Caleb Stark, January 15, 1815, Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY.
    viii. Josiah Boone III, b. 1792, Woodford County, KY; m. Elizabeth Nancy Crews, daughter of Jeremiah Crews, July 31, 1813 (bond date), Shelby County, KY.
    Children of Josiah Boone and Elenor Bryan are:
    ix. Charity Boone, b. 1812; m. William McEwen, October 27, 1836, Decatur County, IN.
    x. Tabitha Boone, b. Abt. 1815; M. George Horseman, August 29, 1835, Daviess County, KY.

    3. Jeremiah7 Boone (Josiah6, George5, George4, George3, George2, George1) was born September 28, 1760 in Exeter (Berks County), PA21, and died June 19, 1832 in Lawrence (Lincoln County), IN22. He married Joyce (Neavil) Neville May 09, 1787 in Stanford (Lincoln County), IN23.
         Notes for Jeremiah Boone:
         Jeremiah moved to Kentucky in 1785 and bought land near Somerset. Many years later he moved to Indiana.
    Children of Jeremiah Boone and Joyce Neville are:
    5. i. Sarah8 Boone, b. July 1788, Kentucky; d. 1836, Lawrence, IN.
    ii. Elijah Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Lincoln (now Madison) County, KY.
    iii. Simeon Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Kentucky.
    iv. Charlotte Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Kentucky.
    v. Mahala Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Kentucky.
    vi. Hannah Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Kentucky.
    vii. Noah Boone, b. Abt. 1790, Pulaski County, KY.

    Generation No. 3

    4. Leah8 Boone (Josiah7, Josiah6, George4, George3, George2, George1) was born Aft. 1784 in Shelbyville (Shelby County), KY, and died September 05, 1836 in Daviess County, KY. She married Christopher Karn (Kerns), Sr. April 17, 1808 in Shelbyville (Shelby County), Ky.

    Child of Leah Boone and Christopher Karn is:
    6. i. Persis H.9 Karn, b. 1810; d. July 04, 1849.

    5. Sarah8 Boone (Jeremiah7, Josiah6, George4, George3, George2, George1) was born July 1788 in Kentucky24, and died 1836 in Lawrence, IN25. She married Isaac Waggoner October 08, 1808 in Somerset, KY.
    Child of Sarah Boone and Isaac Waggoner is:
    i. Noah9 Waggoner, b. 181126.

    Generation No. 4

    6. Persis H.9 Karn (Leah8 Boone, Josiah7, Josiah6, George4, George3, George2, George1) was born 1810, and died July 04, 184927. She married George Washington Boone28 February 14, 1828 in Davies County, KY29, son of George Boone and Hester Locke.
    Child of Persis Karn and George Boone is:
    i. Squire10 Boone, b. April 13, 1830; d. July 20, 1873; m. Tennessee Bourland.

    Endnotes

    1. Eshelman, John E. (compiled by), Friends Meeting Records of Berks County (1737-1899), p. 22.
    2. Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, (1996), "CD-ROM," Vol 1: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #516.
    3. Eshelman, John E. (compiled by), Friends Meeting Records of Berks County (1737-1899), p. 22.
    4. Sarah Rockenfeld, "Our Boone Families, Daniel Boone's Kinfolks", (1987), p. 17.
    5. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    6. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    7. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    8. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    9. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    10. Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, (1996), "CD-ROM," Vol 2, pedigree #586.
    11. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    12. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    13. Notes on Boone Family from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic."
    14. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833)Radcliff Public Library (KY) from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic." from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic.#' from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic." from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic." from Dorthy Mack, "Electronic.11 World Family Tree, (1996), "CD-ROM," Vol 2,
    15. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833)Radcliff Public Library (KY)
    16. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833).
    17. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833).
    18. World Family Tree, vol 2, pedigree 586. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833).
    18. World Family Tree, vol 2, pedigree 586
    19. World Family Tree, vol 2, pedigree 586
    20. Shelby County Marriage Records (1792-1833).
    21. Broderbund Software, World Family Tree, (1996), "CD-ROM," Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118.
    22. World Family Tree, Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    23. World Family Tree, Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    24. World Family Tree, Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    25. World Family Tree, Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    26. World Family Tree, Vol 4: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #3118. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    27. World Family Tree, Vol 3: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #555. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.
    28. Dorothy Spears Campbell and Shirley Spears Nowicki, "George Boone, Son of Edward Boone... 11, (1982).
    29. World Family Tree, Vol 3: pre-1600 to present, pedigree #555. 1996 Broderbund Software, Inc.

    *NOTES:
    Percis Boone Hinton was the daughter of George Boone, Jr. and Sarah Uppey and an aunt of George Boone IV. (see charts below)

    Bradford Meeting was in Pennsylvania.

    Josiah Boone served in the Virgina Militia as a resident of Kentucky. The Lincoln Militia refers to Lincoln County, Virginia (Kentucky). Colonel George Rogers Clark was commissioned "brigadier general of the forces to be embodied in an expedition westward of the Ohio" by Governor Jefferson on 22 January 1781. Later Clark recruited an army of 1,050 men to attack the Indian villages in Ohio. Organized into two divisions, one under Colonel John Floyd, which gathered at the Falls of the Ohio, and the other under Colonel Benjamin Logan, which rendezvoused at Bryan Station, the army united at the mouth of the Licking River to invade Ohio. This must have been the campaign for which Josiah Boone enlisted in October 1782. Samuel Kirkham was on a roster of Captain John Holder's Company in Madison County near Boonesborough on 10 June 1779.

    Josiah Boone was taxed in Lincoln County in 1787 and in Madison County on 17 April 1789. The 1800 Kentucky tax list shows assessments for Josiah Boone in Shelby and Woodford counties.

    Leah Spencer Boone had a daughter Susanna Spencer who married James Gillaspy on 02 Sep 1817 in Shelby County (bond date) with George Boone as surety.,.
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    William Cook, age 60, male, born KY, farmer, Real Estate 4950, Pers Prop 150
    William Cook, age 39, male, born KY, farmer
    Cynthia A Cook, age 40, female, born KY, Pers Prop 550
    Izora Cook, age 7, female, born KY
    Jasper Cook, age 5, male, born KY
    Sam'l Cook, age 3, male, born KY,.
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