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Descendants of Symond BROUGHTON

Seventh Generation

(Continued)

97. John SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born on 25 Jun 1824 in Kentucky. He died on 9 Jun 1898 in Benton Co., MO.

1860 Federal Census - Fabius, Schuyler Co., MO
John Smallwood, age 33, KY
Minerva, age 21, KY
Alexander, age 6, MO
George, age 2, MO
Manda, age 1, MO

1870 Federal Census - Sweet Home, Clark, MO
Jno Smallwood, age 39, farmer, $2000
Alexander, age 15, MO, works on farm
Geo W, age 12, MO, works on farm
Amanda, age 10, MO, keeps house
James, age 7, MO
Julia, age 6, MO
Henry, age 4, MO

1880 Federal Census - Sweet Home, Clark, MO (Where are his other children?)
John Smallwood, age 48, KY, widower
Samuel, age 13 (son), MO

Second marriage record:
206 Custer Lizzie Smallwood John Oct. 3, 1880
Third marriage record:
275 Carr Susan Smallwood John Nov 19 1885
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/benton/vitals/marriages/bkdbride.txt

Email to Mary Ann (3/31/2004):
Mary Ann:

I missed Lydia J. Newell and the Stumps listed with James in the 1870 census. I thought they were the family next door! Thanks for pointing that out.

In 1880 he's living in Union, Clark Co, MO (Same county as John and Samuel - also George Smallwood, John's son)
Francisco Stump, 49, OH
Elizabeth J, wife, 29, KY VA -- (She could be "Janey")
Elizabeth J, dau, 10, MO OH KY
Ina M, 9, dau, MO OH KY
Franciso B, son, 4??,
NEXT DOOR:
???? Stump, 62, farmer, OH PENN? ??
Martha A, 56, wife, OH ENG ENG
Isaac Stump, 30, nephew, OH OH OH

Since Elizabeth J's father was born in VA don't think she's part of the Smallwood clan - but then I don't think these people knew where they were born - they just guessed at it! She may be John's daughter.

Regarding Lydia J. Newell - I found the following in the 1880 census:

Darwin BALDWIN 44 <1836> New York Son Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO
John B. BALDWIN 74 <1806> New York Self Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO
Lucinda BALDWIN 64 <1816> New York Wife Married White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO
Lydia A. BALDWIN 24 <1856> Illinois Dau Single White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO (Lydia Newell?????)
Susan BALDWIN 56 <1824> Indiana Self Widowed White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO
William BALDWIN 30 <1850> Missouri Son Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO

these people may be connected to George Smallwood (son of John) who married Mary A. Baldwin.

Sandy

John married (1) Minerva E. (or Manerva) HOPPER, daughter of John HOPPER and Catherine (or Katherine) WHITE. Minerva was born about 1838 in Kentucky. She died on 3 Nov 1868 in Clark Co, Missouri and was buried in Section 35 Old Burying Ground at Prairie Church, Clark Co., Missouri.

They had the following children:

  230 M i Alexander Samuel SMALLWOOD was born about 1854 in Missouri.
  231 M ii George W. SMALLWOOD was born about 1858 in Missouri.

1880 Federal Census - Sweet Home, Clark, MO
Geo Smallwood, age 22, MO, servant (living with Arthur Schuler Family)

Marriage Record:
442 Baldwin Mary A Smallwood George W Mar 4 1888
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/benton/vitals/marriages/bkdbride.txt

Email to Mary Ann (3/31/2004):
Regarding Lydia J. Newell - I found the following in the 1880 census:
Darwin BALDWIN 44 <1836> New York Son Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO
John B. BALDWIN 74 <1806> New York Self Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO
Lucinda BALDWIN 64 <1816> New York Wife Married White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO
Lydia A. BALDWIN 24 <1856> Illinois Dau Single White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO (Lydia Newell?????)
Susan BALDWIN 56 <1824> Indiana Self Widowed White Female Alexandria, Clark, MO
William BALDWIN 30 <1850> Missouri Son Single White Male Alexandria, Clark, MO

these people may be connected to George Smallwood (son of John) who married Mary A. Baldwin.

Also found the following:
Adolph STEPHENS 32 <1848> Pennsylvania Self Married White Male Jackson, Clark, MO
Allice STEPHENS 2 <1878> Missouri Dau Single White Female Jackson, Clark, MO
Ellis STEPHENS 7M <1879> Missouri Son Single White Male Jackson, Clark, MO
Lottie STEPHENS 4 <1876> Missouri Dau Single White Female Jackson, Clark, MO
Lydia STEPHENS 24 <1856> Illinois Wife Married White Female Jackson, Clark, MO (Lydia Newell????)

Sandy
        George married Mary A. BALDWIN on 4 Mar 1888 in Benton Co., MO.

Possible:
Mary A. BALDWIN 18 <1862> Kentucky Dau Single White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Family members:
Cassy BALDWIN 10M <1879> Virginia Other Single White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Edward BALDWIN 12 <1868> Kentucky Son Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Henry BALDWIN 14 <1866> Kentucky Son Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
James BALDWIN 14 <1866> Kentucky Other Married White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Joel BALDWIN 31 <1849> Virginia Brother Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Mary A. BALDWIN 18 <1862> Kentucky Dau Single White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Mary E. BALDWIN 37 <1843> Kentucky Wife Married White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Micajah BALDWIN 7 <1873> Missouri Son Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Samuel BALDWIN 16 <1864> Kentucky Son Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Sarah E. BALDWIN 21 <1859> Kentucky Dau Single White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Thos. H. BALDWIN 42 <1838> Virginia Self Married White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
Virginia BALDWIN 10 <1870> Missouri Dau Single White Female Deepwater, Henry, MO
Wm. D. BALDWIN 3 <1877> Missouri Son Single White Male Deepwater, Henry, MO
+ 232 F iii Amanda Ellen SMALLWOOD
  233 M iv James SMALLWOOD was born about 1863 in Missouri.
  234 F v Julia SMALLWOOD was born about 1864 in Missouri.

Marriage Record:
155 Smallwood Julia Hopper Wm http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/benton/vitals/marriages/bkcbride.txtJan. 23, 1879
        Julia married William HOPPER on 3 Jan 1879 in Benton Co., MO.

Possible:
William Hopper 9 1860 Missouri White Clay, Shelby, MO Male
+ 235 M vi Henry Everett SMALLWOOD
  236 M vii Samuel SMALLWOOD was born about 1866 in Missouri.

1880 Census - Sweet Home, Clark, MO
John Smallwood, age 48, KY, Widower
Samuel, age 13, MO

Could John be Samuel's Uncle or is this really an error - possibly should be James, age 58
  237 M viii Thomas SMALLWOOD was born in 1868.

John also married (2) Susan CARR on 19 Nov 1885 in Benton Co., MO.

Here is 2nd wife of John Smallwood and all I have on Carrs
Descendants of George W. Carr

1 George W. Carr b: 14 February 1834 in Kentucky or Benton County, Missouri? d: 01 August 1863 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri
+Mary McClerin b: 03 November 1832 in Kentucky or Benton County, Missour? m: 21 December 1854 in Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri d: 01 April 1897 in Hickory County, Missouri
2 Mary Susan Carr b: 20 December 1855 in Benton County, Missouri d: 08 May 1940 in Alexandria Township, Benton County, Missouri
+John R. Smallwood b: 25 June 1824 in Kentucky m: 19 November 1885 in Benton County, Missouri LDS d: 09 June 1898 in Clark or Benton County, Missouri
3 Rosetta Smallwood b: 18 November 1886 in Wisdom, Missouri d: 04 March 1952 in Sedalia, Benton County, Missouri Buried Crown Hill Cemetery
+Claude F. Neece b: 28 November 1879 m: 20 November 1904 in Fairfield, Benton County, Missouri d: 31 August 1964
3 Mary Jane Smallwood b: 08 February 1889 in Benton County, Missouri d: 16 December 1973 in Fairfield, Benton County, Missouri Buried Shiloh Cemetery
+Francis J. Shull b: 14 December 1888 d: 01 June 1965 in Fairfield, Benton County , Missouri Buried Shiloh Cemetery
3 John Riley Smallwood b: 01 November 1892 d: 04 June 1945 in Fairfield, Benton County, Missouri Buried Shiloh Cemetery
+Mary Hessler
2 Nancy Eveline Carr b: 03 January 1858 in Benton County, Missouri d: 20 August 1903
+William Crawford m: 30 September 1886
2 Sofronia Almira Jane Carr b: 03 January 1861 d: 13 December 1945
2 Louisa Alzada Carr b: 25 January 1862 d: 05 November 1898
+Marcus Gill Hopper b: 20 September 1860 in Grundy County, Missouri d: in DeKalb County, Missouri

John also married (3) Lizzie CUSTER on 3 Oct 1880 in Benton Co., MO.

Is Lizzie related to the Matilda who married John Smallwood in Hardin CO?
Thomas Smallwood & Matilda Custer (sp?) on 13 Jany 1815 by Henry A Wasley
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/hardin/vitals/marriages/mbooka-p12.txt

98. Hezekiah SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born in Jun 1825 in Kentucky.

1850 he is living in Laurel Co KY - Hezekiah Smallwood, age 21, KY (Pg 45b, HH #607)
Farm Laborer living with Joseph and Nancy Pruitt family, next door is Nancy Forbes, age 19
On the other side is Lemuel Moore, 78, Ann Moore, 66, and James Moore, 24
Next to the Moores are William and Winifred Broughton and their family

1860 Federal Census - Fabius, Schuyler Co., MO
H. Smallwood, age 32, KY
Nancy, age 24, KY
Lafayette, age 6, MO
Frances, age 2, female, MO
Andrew, age 4 mos, MO

1870 Federal Census - Liberty, Schuyler, MO
Hezekiah Smallwood, age 41, carpenter, KY
Nancy, age 37, KY
Lafayette, age 16, MO
Sarah F, age 14, MO (where was she in 1860?)
Andrew, age 11, MO
Isabella, age 9, MO
Robert, age 7, MO

MOVED TO IOWA BETWEEN 1875 AND 1877

1880 Federal Census - Wyacondah, Davis, Iowa
H. SMALLWOOD Self M Male W 51 KY Manufacturer GA NC
Nancy SMALLWOOD Wife M Female W 46 KY Keeping House TN TN
John A. SMALLWOOD Son S Male W 21 MO KY KY
Isabel SMALLWOOD Dau S Female W 18 MO At Home KY KY
Robert SMALLWOOD Son S Male W 16 IL KY KY
Mary J. SMALLWOOD Dau S Female W 9 MO KY KY
Hesekiah SMALLWOOD Son S Male W 7 MO KY KY
Eva SMALLWOOD Dau S Female W 5 MO KY KY
Ida SMALLWOOD Dau S Female W 3 IA KY KY
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Source Information:
Census Place Wyacondah, Davis, Iowa
Family History Library Film 1254336
NA Film Number T9-0336
Page Number 140B
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Message Board posting 1999:
Thanks for sending this information. I have on the 1850 Census,
Hezekiah Smallwood, 21 and living in the household of Joseph Pruitt.
His wife, Nancy Forbes is in the household of her parents, Hugh and
Fanny Milburn Forbes??? I want to know if his parents are the Hezekiah
and Betsy Broughton Smallwood family who were listed on the 1830 Laurel
Census, 1840? and were on 1850 Rockcastle Census? Any help will be
appreciated.
Mary Ann

Email from Mary Ann:

1900 Chickasaw Nation Indian Territory Census, in the area of present day
Healdton, OK.

Hezekiah Smallwood -Head Jun 1825 74 KY - VA - VA
Nancy Wife July 1832 KY OH - OH
Hes K. Son Feb 1873 MO KY - KY
Mary D/L Sep 1873 IL - KY - KY
Guy G/S Jul 1896 IT - KY - KY
Hubert G/S Sep 1897 IT - KY - KY
Eula B. G/D Oct 1899 IT - KY - KY

1910 Custer County, Oklahoma Census
Hezzie K. (36)
Clara (36)
All of the children were born in OK.
Guy
Hubert
Eula
Ruth
Hazel
Gussie
Chester
Edith
Fred Avery, a 19 year only nephew also lived with them.

1920 Custer County, Oklahoma Census Enumeration District 38, Sheet 1B, Washita Township:
Dwelling 16/Household 17, Smallwood, Hezekiah K., Head, own farm but
mortgaged, male, white, 46, married, b. Missouri, both parents born Kentucky,
Occupation - farmer.
Others listed in household -
Mary C., wife, f/w/46/b. Illinois, father b. Germany; mother b. Illinois.
Guy W., Son, m/w/23/single, b. OK
Eula B., Daughter, f/w/20, b. OK
Ruth E., Daughter, f/w/17, b. OK
Hazel G., Daughter, f/w/15, b. OK
Gussie T., Daughter, f/w/14, b. OK
Chester F., Son, m/w/12, b. OK
Edith A., Daughter, f/w/10, b. OK
Evelyn M., Daughter, f/w/7, b. OK
Loyle S., Son/m/w/5, b. OK
Kenneth P., Son, m/w/1 and 2 mo, b. OK
Cordum, Elizabeth, mother-in-law, f/w/74/wd, b. Illinois, both parents born Kentucky

Hezekiah married Nancy FORBES, daughter of Hugh FORBES and Frances "Fanny" MILBURN. Nancy was born in Jul 1832 in Kentucky.

Source: http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/KYLAUREL/1997-09/0874651380
From: Mary Ann & Leonard Joseph
Subject: Re: FORBES/SMALLWOOD/MILBURN
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 1997 00:43:00 -0600
Laurel County Researchers:
Just yesterday I got the Laurel County, KY 1850
Census at the Denver Federal Center Archives showing--

M Hugh Forbes Age 43 Farmer $300 Property Value Born in TN
F Fanny (Milburn) Forbes 40 TN Married October 24, 1831 Laurel Cty
Children: (got a copy of marriage register)
M Isaac Forbes 21 KY Witness for Hezekiah Smallwood and Nancy Forbes
F Nancy Forbes 19 KY
M James Forbes 15 KY
M David Forbes 9 KY
F Rebecca Forbes 9/12 KY

Questions: I thought my great grandma--Nancy above--would have been
about 15 not 19 and she married Hezekiah in 1849, so don't know why
they didn't have home together!

My great grandpa Hezekiah Smallwood is shown as 21 born in KY and he
is a Farmer. He is living with the Joseph Pruitt family. What I
think is his family is listed in the Northern District Township of
Laurel Cty:

M H. Smallwood 50 Farmer $500 NC
F Elizabeth Smallwood 42 KY
M Elisha Smallwod 16 KY
M William Smallwood 14 KY
M Riley Smallwood 12 KY
F Elizabeth Smallwood 10 KY
F Mary Smallwood 8 KY
F Sila Smallwood 6 KY
F Zilpha Smallwood 4 KY
M James Smallwood 28 Shoemaker
F Ann Smallwood 20

Families around them:

M Joseph Forbes 43 Farmer $30 TN
F Sally Forbes 35 KY
F Ruth Forbes 11 KY
F E Forbes 9 KY
F Maria Forbes 7 KY
M Thomas Forbes 4 KY

Living with Charles Milburn Family (lots more Milburn people shown)
M William Forbes 24 Farmer KY
F Sarah Forbes 21 KY
F Ann Forbes 6/12 KY

M Thomas Forbes 30 Farmer KY
F Rachel Forbes 23 $250 TN

Questions: I have the marriage register for 1831 Milburn/Forbes and
1849 Forbes/Smallwood from Laurel County. Is there more than just the
one line listings?

Kentucky Land Grants by Jillson lists: Laurel County--
Forbis, Hugh 100 acres Book 3 Page 46 4-29-1837 Sugar Camp Br.
Smallwood, Hezekiah 200 acres Book 25 Pg. 343 9-28-1847 Rockcastle R
Not in county files, how could I find out more about this land?

Let me hear from you and about your Forbes/Smallwood/Milburn research.
Does any of the above information match your people?

Mary Ann Smallwood Bolton

Hezekiah and Nancy had the following children:

+ 238 M i Lafayette N. SMALLWOOD
  239 F ii Sarah Frances SMALLWOOD was born about 1858 in Missouri.
+ 240 M iii Andrew Jackson SMALLWOOD
+ 241 F iv Isabella SMALLWOOD
  242 M v Robert SMALLWOOD was born about 1863 in Missouri.
  243 F vi Mary J. SMALLWOOD was born about 1871 in Missouri.
+ 244 M vii Hezekiah K. SMALLWOOD
  245 F viii Eva SMALLWOOD was born about 1875 in Missouri.
  246 F ix Ida SMALLWOOD was born about 1877 in Iowa.

99. Elisha SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born about 1834 in Kentucky. He died on 7 Oct 1878 in Cross Hollows, Benton Co., ARK.

Marriage records:
Per Ancestry.com - Jan 23, 1853, Rockcastle Co KY
Elisha Smallwood and Margaret Moore

Per Genealogy.com - Jan 13, 1853, Laurel Co KY - Marriage License
Elisha Smallwood and Mary Moore.

Check this out:
Elisha Smallwood found in:
Everton's Computerized "Roots" Cellar, 1640-1990 Family Queries
Event: Resided
Date: 1850
Locality: Rockcastle
State/Country: Kentucky
Contact the following researcher for more information:
Researcher: Daniel J. Harrison
Address1: 200 Plane View
City: Lebanon
State: MO
Zip: 65536

Genealogy.com:
Elisha Smallwood found in:
Kentucky, 1851-1900 Marriage Index
Gender: The gender of Elisha Smallwood is male.
Spouse: Mary Moore
Marriage Date: Jan 13, 1853
County: Laurel
More About: This record can be found at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0965809 - 0965813

Missouri Civil War Service Records:
Name: Elisah Smallwood
Company: A
Unit: 2 Missouri S. M. Cav.
Rank - Induction: Private
Rank - Discharge: Private
Allegiance: Union

When the war ended in the spring of 1865, all Vernon County lay devastated. Hardly a hundred families remained and all the towns, with the partial exception of Balltown, had been destroyed. Few farms were left untouched. Kansas Jayhawkers had stolen even the fence rails! Public business, untended for four years, were in hopeless disorder.

Ex-Confederate soldiers drifted home through the summer, shortly joined by Union veterans seeking new homes. As a rule they cooperated to rebuild the ruined country, which began to wear the look of the real pioneer times, thirty years before. Buildings went up in Nevada and by early 1867, business had revived. The county government first operated from Balltown, but in 1868 a new brick courthouse was built. On March 3, 1869, the town was incorporated and the word "City" dropped from its name. The new city fathers hired a marshal to keep the peace, laid down some board sidewalks and started Deepwood Cemetery.
http://www.nevamo.com/NevadaThen.htm

1860 Census, Des Moines Twp., Clark Co., MO, Page 596, #339
E. Smallwood, head, age 23, KY
Mary, age 23, KY
Nancy J, age 2, MO
Jno, age 1, MO
Riley, age 21, KY (brother)

per email from Juanita to Debby Elmer, Jan, 2003
Source: 1870 Census, Vernon Co., Missouri, Virgil Twp, page 644, #61
E. Smallwood, age 34, farmer, born KY
Mary, 32, TN (?)
Mary, age 5, MO
Nancy J, age 13, MO
John, age 11, MO
James, age 3, MO
Anna, age 9 mos, MO

From: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1233092&id=I0113 (by Juanita Johnson:
Family history (Carol Webb's mother states) that James' father E. Smallwood was murdered in KY. E
was a land-owner in KY and was murdered and robbed of money he was carrying to pay his employees.
James was a teenager at that time and he took over the task of providing for the family

1883-85.
Check out in Nevada wills, divorce and marriage and city directories, death book.
June 1999 checked in Nevada for above. At Court House found:
Administrator's BOND: Mary M Smallwood as Principal, and Amos Wolf and Alfred Barter as
securities, are held and firmly bound unto the state of MO, in the sum of One Thousand dollars,
for the payment of which we do hereby bindourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators,
firmly by those present. Stated at Nevada, MO this 28th day of October, 1878. OATH: Mary M
Smallwood adminstratrix of the estate of Elisha Smallwood deceased, being duly sworn, say that
the said ELISHA SMALLWOOD died intestate and without leaving a will, at Cross Hollows ARK Oct 7th
1878, leaving as his heirs:
John W Smallwood, Mary Marinda (?) Smallwood, James Smallwood, Anna A Smallwood, Emma E
Smallwood, Clara E Smallwood his children and Mary M Smallwood his widow and that she will make
a perfect inventory of, and faithfully administer all the Estate of the said Elisha Smallwood and
pay the debts, and account for and pay allassets., Signed October 28, 1879. Inventory of personal
property, chattels, Guardian and Curator's Bond: Mary M Smallwood and Amos Wolf and Alfred Barter
as securities are held and bound unto the State of MO for the use of Mary M Smallwood; James
Smallwood; Emma A Smallwood and Clara E Smallwood and Annie E Smallwood in the sum of five
hundred dollars, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, assigns, executors and
administrators. The condition of the above Bond is that if the Mary M Smallwood, Guardian, Curator of the estate of said Minors. In witness whereof, we have signed on the 3rd day of January 1879: Mary M Smallwood
(her mark x); Amos Wolf; Alfred Barter. Approved Jan 6, 1879 by Probate Judge. INVENTORY: Nov 23,

1878 at Vernon Co., MO: 1 second hand reaper/mower $25.00. 1 2-horse walking cultivator $12.00; 1

Roan Horse $20.00. 6 Cows, each $12.00. 1 Old Wagon $20.00. 24 Head of fat Hogs $3.50 each. 12

Small Hogs $6.00. 1 Breaking Plow $4.00. Old Harrow $2.00. There is no mention of Nancy Jane
Smallwood, my great grandmother. I am assuming the reason was she was not a minor child. ??? The
first time they name the children, John is listed; but not the second time listed. ???
What was Elisha doing in Arkansas? Was the family living there?? At this moment I remember written somewhere that Mary Smallwood tried to get a pension from Elisha military service; but was denied. Lady at the library stated many were denied pensions if they had not served 3 years.

E-mail from Martha Hansen (3/4/2004):

Re: Elisha Smallwood: My Mom told me that she was told, that after the Civil War he left on his horse looking for work and never came back. It was assumed that he died. The story my Mom always heard was that he had a hernia and he wore a truss. It was supposed that if he had to take it off that he may not have gotten it back on, because his wife was the only one that could get it on for him. Maybe the caused his death. Well, I did a bad job of telling that story. But you get my drift. Emma was very little when he died. She probably heard bits and pieces, at a young age and thought that was the truth. She in turn told my Mom and hey, I would have never known if I had not talked with you and Juanita. So thanks again.

Martha also stated in another e-mail that her sister has a framed picture of Elisha Smallwood. She's going to ask her to make a copy and send it to me. That would be great!

MY NOTES:
I'm starting to put 2 and 2 together now. Here's one possible scenario: Elisha was mentally stressed out by the Civil War and losing his father and possibly his brother William. He may have decided that he couldn't handle the responsibility of a family and took off for Arkansas. Apparently, he didn't tell his wife or family this bit of news. He simply didn't come home. Trying to make ends meet, Mary sends her children off to live with friends and relatives, applies for a widows pension and is denied. At some point Mary finds out that Elisha was killed in 1878. Can you imagine how she must have felt? Knowing that he just left them to fend for themselves while he was buying land and running a business? Wow! Elisha was in Missouri in 1870 census. Clara was born 1874. She may have been wondering about his fate for 4 years! That poor woman! And I think I have problems....yeah, right!
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Date: 3/26/2004 11:58:53 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: martha.hansen@mchsi.com (Martha Hansen)
To: OregonGal9@aol.com
Mom used to tell me that her Grandpa Elisha Smallwood was Pennsylvania Dutch, and that his family came from Holland. I guess that is just something else to play with. I keep racking my brain to jog my memory.

Email received 5/8/2004 from Martha Hansen:
When I was a kid, my Mom, Hazel, told me that they had slaves. They were very good to them and when the Civil War was over, Elisha and Mary told them they could leave if they wanted to. they were free; however, she said they had no place to go and chose to stay and help them. Mom told me

Elisha married Mary Margaret MOORE, daughter of Lemuel * MOORE and Ann, 13 or 23 Jun 1853 in Laurel or Rockcastle, Kentucky. Mary was born on 11 Jun 1835 in TN or KY. She died on 26 Dec 1911 in Nevada, Vernon Co., Missouri and was buried on 28 Dec 1911 in Deepwood Cemetery, Nevada, MO..

Check this record:
Moore, James Unknown Townships, Hawkins, TN 1830 (Where the Winingers were - Phebe who md Hesekiah Smallwood - her father was in Hawkins TN)

Possible relative:
Brewer, Samuel Moore, Mary Margaret 14 Jul 1800 Tennessee
Greene County

Moses Moore may be ancestor of Mary:
Husband
Moses Moore
Born: ABT. 1760 -
Marr: 20 Jul 1782 - Greene Co., TN
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wife
Elizabeth Davis
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Children
James Moore
Born: ABT. 1783 - Washington or Greene Co, TN
Marr: 1805 - Margaret Evens
Died: AFT. 1870 - Laurel Co, Kentucky
James' Children
Evan MOORE b: 4 DEC 1804 in Greene Co., TN
Moses D. MOORE b: ABT 1807 in Greene Co., TN
James Washington MOORE b: 28 FEB 1812 in KY
Martha "Marthy" MOORE b: 1814 in KY
Eliza Ann MOORE b: ABT 1818
Ann V. MOORE b: ABT 1820
Campbell Davis MOORE b: 1822 in KY

Possible relative:
Jones, Solomon - Pvt., Co K, 7th KY. Inf, 13th Army Corps, USA. Enlisted at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co, KY. Sep. 21, 1861. Served in Co. K with his wife's 3 brothers. Married to Margaret Ann Moore 22 Sep, 1857 in Laurel Co. KY. Submitted by John R. Moore.

Moore, James Bolivar - Sgt., Co K, 7th KY. Infantry, 13th Army Corps, USA. Enlisted at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co, KY. Sep. 21, 1861. Promoted 1st Corp. on Dec. 6, 1862; and 2nd Sgt. on Mar. 1, 1863. Participated in the Battle of Richmond. Discharged Louisville, KY on Oct 5, 1864. Born to Moses D. Moore and Alcie Elmore on 14 Jan, 1839 in Laurel Co., KY. He died on 12 Dec, 1919 in London, KY. He married Martha Ann Blakley and had nine children. Brothers John C. Moore and Mathew Moore served in the same unit. Submitted by John R. Moore.

Moore, John C. - Pvt., Co K, 7th KY. Inf, 13th Army Corps, USA. Enlisted at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co, KY. Sep. 21, 1861. Transferred to Invalid Corps. on Sept. 13, 1863 per G.O. #236. Listed on the War Dept. Pension List, pension #156638, dated 1 Jan, 1883. John was born 1 Jan., 1841 in Laurel Co., KY. to Moses D. Moore and Alcie Elmore. He was married 1st to Missouri Anderson on 28 Nov., 1868 in Laurel Co., KY. They had 5 children. He was married second to Tennessee McDaniel on 18 Sep., 1884 in Laurel Co., KY. They had 10 children. John died on 2 Dec, 1916 at Maplesville, Laurel Co., KY. and is buried in the Southard Cemetery. His son John Franklin Moore drew a pension, #886091, as guardian of his father's minor children. Submitted by his great-grandson, John R. Moore.

Moore, Hiram C. - Sgt., Co K, 7th KY. Infantry, USA. Enlisted at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co., KY. on 22 Sep., 1861. He died on 9 Jan., 1892 at 76 years of age. He was a member of the H. H. Scoville Post of the G. A. R. of London, KY. He is interred in the McNeill burial ground. Source is Excerpts from the Mt. Echo, 1892 by the LCHS. Additional information is Hiram C. Moore was born around 1817, married to Sarah (often called Susan in records) V. Evans. Their children were Mary E. Moore born around 1841 in Laurel Co KY, married Thomas Young 1876 in Laurel co KY. (I am researching this line). Other children include: G. Jerome Moore born @ 1840, Stephen Moore born @ 1844, Julia Moore born @ 1847, Margaret F. Moore born @ 1852, John Moore born @ 1850; Robert Moore born @ 1853, James R. Moore born @ 1854, Sarah E Moore born @ 1857, George P. Moore born @ 1859. There may be one more child, name unknown. Submitted by Beverly Mathias.

Moore, Mathew W. - Pvt., Co K, 7th KY. Inf, 13th Army Corps, USA. Enlisted at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co, KY. Sep. 21, 1861. Participated in the Battle of Richmond. Muster roll for Mar. & Apr. 1863 reports died at Young's Point, La. April 1, 1863. Muster-out roll reports died July 5, 1863 at Milliken's Bend, La. Mathew was born in 1844 in Laurel Co., KY to Moses D. Moore and Alcie Elmore. Submitted by John R. Moore.

Smallwood, Edward D. - Pvt., Co. D, 7th KY Vet Inf., USA. Enlisted on 29 Feb., 1864 and was discharged 11 Mar., 1866. He is buried in the Litton Cemetery, East Bernstadt, Laurel Co., KY. Source is Branches of Laurel Vol. III, No. 1, Jan., 1988 by the LCHS.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~kylaurel/military/civilwar.html

Uncertain if this is the correct Mary Moore
1850 Census - Clay Co, KY - pg 101
April 12,1852
Page 15
Commonwealth VS William Bledsoe ADULTERY
This day came as will the attorney for the Commonwealth as the said defendant and her attorney filed his demer? And plea of "not guilty" and the court being advised on the law are ------------ on the demer? Overruled the same and after hearing the ---------------. It is considered by the court that the defendant William Bledsoe make good his fine to the Commonwealth by payment of
sixteen dollars & sixty six cents and that the deft Amelia Cobb make good her fine to the Commonwealth by the payment of sixteen dollars & sixty six cents and that the Commonwealth recoveer of the defts her cost.
Note: On the 1850 Clay census there is a William Bledsoe age 33 and a woman in
his household, Amelia Cox age 24

April 12, 1852
Page 16
Commonwealth VS William Bledsoe ASSAULT
This day came as will the attorney for the Commonwealth as the said defendant and by his attorney filed his plea of "not guilty" and the attorney for the Commonwealth and thereupon came a jury to wit John C. D------- 1. T. T. Garrard 2. John Hays 3. John Davidson 4. Thomas Scott 5. Austin Webb? 6.Martin Davidson 7. Elijah ---------- 8. Clifton Mobly 9. William R. Swafford 10. Thomas Carr? 11. John Lewis 12. Who was elected -------- ---------- ---------
after hearing the evidence returned the following verdict to wit We of the jury find the ------- named defendant guilty as charged in the Indictment and ---------- that he make good his fine to the Commonwealth by payment of Twenty dollars and damages.
Signed T.T. Garrard

April 16, 1852
Page 16
Commonwealth VS William Bledsoe INDICT FOR FELONY
For cause shown upon affidavit filed and proof the review in this cause is changed to the Laurel Circuit Court and the clerk of this court is hereby directed to --------------- the record and proceeding had hence ------------- William Bledsoe, William White, and Thomas M. Bledsoe acknowledged themselves indebited to the Commonwealth in the penal sum of Two hundred dollars.----------

NOTICE THE REFERENCE TO LAUREL CO


William Bledsoe, 33, KY --------see below for research on him
Amelia Cox, 24, KY
Elizabeth Cox, 6, KY
Edward Cox, 3, KY
Mary Moore, 17, Tenn ---???
NEXT DOOR:
COX, Edward Margaret BLEDSOE 11-29-1843 9 (Marriage Records-Clay KY)
Edward Cox 24 KY farmer
Margaret 23, KY
Amanda J, 5, KY
Robert P, 3, KY
Anna, 5 mos, KY
SAME PAGE:
James Moore, 27, KY (Reuben Moore's son???) - born abt 1823
Elizabeth, 24, KY
David, 5, KY
Reubin, 3, KY
Henry, 1, KY
PREVIOUS PAGE - pg 100:
Franky Moore (female), 32, TN (living with Joseph & Lucy ???)
(Francis Moore shown in 1860????)
SAME PAGE (100):
Reuben Moore, 60, NC -- could be Mary's father or uncle (brother to Lemuel & James who was here in 1840??)
Elizabeth, 22, KY
Ephram?, male, 14, KY
Francy?, female, 12, KY

THE FOLLOWING MARY SMALLWOOD IS NOT OUR MARY - THIS MARY WAS ALSO IN CLAY CO KY IN 1910 - MOTHER-IN-LAW AND AGE 63, WRONG AGE BOTH TIMES.
1880 Census - District 22, Clay Co, KY
Ellen White, 61, KY KY KY
Polly, 23, KY KY KY
2 doors away:
Allen White, 22, KY KY KY
3 doors away:
Mary J. White, ??, KY KY KY
Littie, 24, dau, KY KY KY
Thomas, 23, Son, KY KY KY
Emily?, 19, dau, KY KY KY
Next door:
Horace? L White, 25, KY KY KY
Mary G, 2, dau, KY KY KY
Mary Smallwood, , , 36, TN NC TN, servant ***** SEE NOTE BELOW
Jinnie Neale, , 10, servant
Next Door:
Sarah A White, 56, KY KY KY
Next Door:
John D. White, 32, son, KY KY KY
Laura R, 27, sister, KY KY KY
Bessie W, 17, sister, KY KY KY

White surnames on both sides (2 on one side and 1 on the other side) - it may have been a plantation or farm with several homes - Some members of the White family were very wealthy:

Alex WHITE, son of Hugh WHITE, Sr., was seven years old when his
father, Hugh WHITE, came to Clay County. He was born in 1800 in
Tennessee. Hugh WHITE was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He
emigrated to Southwest Virginia. His father was probably named William
who owned slaves in Pennsylvania, and when emancipation took place, he
emigrated to save his slaves. He settled near Abingdon. Hugh and his
brother, James, were engaged in the manufacture of salt at King's Salt
works near Abingdon. Hugh WHITE and father, with other members of his
family moved first to Yellow Creek, Bell County KY. Hugh WHITE and his
brother-in-law, Baugh, made salt on Collin's Fork near the mouth of
Baugh's Branch, or England's Branch. The well is still there, called
Baugh's salt well. As late as 1820 Alex WHITE and his uncle, James,
hauled salt from Goose Creek to Powell's Valley, Virignia, and from that
point took it in flat boats to Huntsville, Alabama. With money thus made,
James WHITE, brother of Hugh WHITE, bought a cotton plantation in Alabama.
The making of salt was first from salt springs, then from dug wells, then
from bored wells. Hugh WHITE died in 1856 aged about 81, so that he was
born about 1775 [sic]. This would make him 32 years old when he came to
Clay County. Alex was his oldest son. He died in 1884, aged 84 years
old. Hugh WHITE's wife was Caine. Her relatives still live near
Barboursville [sic]. Hugh WHITE was built about like his grandson, Judge
B. P. WHITE, who resembles his grandfather very strongly. The WHITEs are
of Scotch-Irish descent. Hugh WHITE was worth perhaps $50,000 when he
died. He owned a large number of slaves. When he died his things were
divided amongst his children. He had divided a great many before. He was
a man of broad views. He was a Whig in politics and usually active in
elections. His son, John WHITE, was elected to Congress in the thirties
and went five terms in succession. He was Speaker of the House one or
more terms. Hugh WHITE was a man of bright mind, strong body, and was
active at the time of his death. He was given to drink in his middle life
but was temperate in his old age. He was after the order of an old
British cavalier, large ideas and liberal views. James WHITE died young
and was worth a million dollars. He was a man of remarkable energy. He
made salt and carried on other kinds of business. Hugh WHITE had 13 or 14
children. John WHITE said, "The idea of hauling salt to Powell River and
shipping it to Alabama was original with James WHITE." He made salt on
Goose Creek. Alex WHITE was his manager. He sold the salt at Huntsville
at $5.00 per bushel. His home was near or at Abingdon, Virginia. He ws
one of the richest men in the United States and was worth a million. He
lived in the saddle and was prominent in salt manufacture in Virginia,
King's Salt Works. The Prestons and Robinsons of Abingdon also became
rich in manufacturing salt. There was a salt lake at Abingdon. The
workmen left their tools in the bottom of a deep well one night. The next
morning when the well went down a lighted candle was put on a board and
from the bottom of the well it floated away illuminating the surface of
the lake.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/clay/white.a.txt

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Email to Mary Ann (4/30/2004):
Mary Ann - in the census records below Elizabeth is too young to be married in 1820, right? I found another Elizabeth Edwards in Rockcastle Co KY in 1850. She is age 61 born in NC and there is an Andrew, age 24, farmer, born in NC living with her. I guess that couldn't be her either since "Edy" was in KY in 1820 and this Andrew was born about 1826 in NC - unless they moved to NC then back to KY. This Elizabeth and Andrew are still in Rockcastle Co in 1860 but it says they were born in TN and Andy is mulatto. In 1860 living next door to them is a Nancy Moore age 45, Silvester, age 12, Mary, age 10, and James, age 7 with Susan Moore (age 25) and two young children living next door to her. No idea if these Moores are related to Mary Margaret but this Nancy Moore's age seems about right to be her mother.
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Email to Mary Ann (4/30/2004):
Mary Ann - I think Amelia Cox must have been married to Edward Cox's brother. For some reason she, her two kids and Mary Moore are living with Wm Bledsoe in 1850 next door to Edward Cox. Edward married Margaret Bledsoe in 1843 so I assume she is William's brother. I wonder who Wm. Bledsoe assaulted? It doesn't say in that court record. Maybe Edward Cox caught him with Amelia and they had a fight!!

(NOTE: There was a Moses Bledsoe living in Surry Co NC same time as Job Broughton and Elijah Smallwood)
There was a Joseph Bledsoe on the 1811 Clay Co Tax List along with Job Broughton, William Broughton, Elijah Smallwood and
Moor, James
Moor, William
Moor, John
Moor, James Sr.
Francis Tincher and William Tincher (the reason the Tinchers are listed here is because William Tincher married Margaret Smallwood - daughter of Randolph Smallwood and Caroline Bullock and Elias Tincher married Emeline Smallwood, another one of their daughters)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclay2/Tax/1811.htm

I think this Joseph Bledsoe died before 1854 - his will was probated before that date in Clay Co. He's probably the father of William Bledsoe and Margaret Bledsoe Cox.

1850 Clay KY
William Bledsoe, 33, KY
Amelia Cox, 24, KY - not sure who she is but she committed adultery so she must have been married
Elizabeth Cox, 6, KY
Edward Cox, 3, KY
Mary Moore, 17, Tenn ---???
NEXT DOOR:
COX, Edward Margaret BLEDSOE 11-29-1843 9 (Marriage Records-Clay KY)
Edward Cox 24 KY farmer
Margaret 23, KY
Amanda J, 5, KY
Robert P, 3, KY
Anna, 5 mos, KY

I think some of the descendants of William Smallwood and Sarah Philpot had some criminal tendencies - or least bad tempers and maybe the people they associated with did too... I've found several criminal proceedings for Smallwoods in Clay Co. Quite a lively bunch!!!

Sandy
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2nd email (4/30/2004):
In researching those names listed with Wm Bledsoe on the verdict record, I found Thomas M. Bledsoe in Clay Co in 1850 age 34, born KY, Malinda Bledsoe, 19 and Catherine Smith, 13. I assume he is Wm's brother. There were several White families living around him. Also there was Margaret Bledsoe, whom I assume is the widow of Joseph Bledsoe. She was age 62, born VA living either with Edward Cox or next door to him. Two doors away was James Moore and his family.


Found this: 1832 Jan 20 KY Clay Co. Money received from Daniel to settle Jos. Bledsoe estate. Unknown connection. Speculation that this is work as an atty. Or Justice of the Peace.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclay2/Bios/price.htm

There were 2 William Whites in Clay Co in 1850. One was age 36, born in KY married to Eliza with 7 children and 4 other people living with him (Emily Clark 33, Mary Clark, 1, Wm Stewart, 20 and Jane ??, 20). The other Wm White I can't seem to find on the image.

All these people, including Mary Moore, were in the Kentucky District of Clay Co. John (with Fannie Smith), Elijah and Jesse Smallwood were also in that District in 1850. John was on pg 106, Elijah pg 107, Jesse pg 136 and Bledsoe page 101.

James Moore was age 27, b. KY, Elizabeth Moore 24 KY, David 5 KY, Reubin 3 KY, Henry 1 KY. I think he might be Lemuel's nephew, the son of Reuben Moore who was on the page after Bledsoe. This could explain why Mary was living in Clay Co - maybe she was a boarder with Bledsoe or working as a servant near her cousin James and uncle Reuben.

Reuben Moore, 60, NC -- could be Mary's father or uncle (brother to Lemuel??)
Elizabeth, 22, KY
Ephram?, male, 14, KY
Farchy?, female, 12, KY

It's possible the Bledsoe's married into the Moore family at some point and that might be why she was living with Wm.

It makes sense to me that Mary would be living near other Smallwood families when she met Elisha. I still don't know why she was living with Bledsoe, but I'm pretty sure it's her. There are are lot of commonalities here with other Smallwoods and Broughtons.

That Mary Smallwood I found living with near or with a White family in 1880 who was a servant born in TN could have been Mary also. She may have gone back to KY after Elisha died and returned to MO later. She was living in Manchester, Clay, KY with or next to Florence L. White age 25. There was an Ellen White age 60, Mary Jane White age 60 and Sarah White age 56 living with or next to Mary along with some younger people in the White family. Elijah Smallwood was in Big Creek, Clay, KY (age 71), Jesse Smallwood was in Big Creek (age 62), along with about 45 of their descendants. There was a Granville Moore, age 36, and his wife and 2 children living in Manchester next door to a Philpot family. This could be Mary's brother or cousin. There was also a Mary Moore born in the same year as Mary Margaret. She was living with 3 children - no husband. She could also be related.

In 1850 a Mary Moore is associated with William White through Bledsoe and in 1880 a Mary Smallwood is associated with the White family - all in the same county. Most of this is guess work, but I'm feeling more confident about it now.

By the way, Mary Babb Smallwood, the oldest dau of Smallwood/Philpot, married Ledstone Noland who was the grandson of Daniel Noland who married Henrietta Smallwood, the dau of Leadstone Smallwood and Elizabeth Garland. If there is a connection between Mary Margaret Moore and the descendants of Smallwood/Philpot, as I suspect, that could mean that our Hezekiah was also one of his descendants. I have very little information about Leadstone Smallwood's descendants but he had sons named John, James and William - familiar family names. I'll do some checking to see what else I can find on them.

Sandy
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3rd email (4/30/2004):
I don't know if it means anything but I found this connection between Thomas Philpot and J. A. Moore in Clay County. This JA Moore lived in Rockcastle Co - Mt. Vernon so this is also a connection between the Philpots in Clay Co and the Moores in Rockcastle Co. Not a marriage, but at least it's something. I'm still looking for more.

Clay County, Kentucky: Thomas Philpot Pension Application

Submitted by: James R. Philpot
6 May 2001
JPhi827018@aol.com

This is a summary of the Revolutionary War pension application of
THomas Philpot. It begins:

"Be it remembered...."

Clay County, State of Ky. Apr. 4, 1837.. Thomas Philpot appeared before the Clay Circuit Court; as a resident aged 74 to apply for a pension per Act of Congress 1832.He stated that he entered the service of the Rev. War the same year of the Battle of 96 District in the State of South Carolina, Laurens County under Capt. Daniel Williams and after scouting with him several months , marched by him to the Island Ford of the Saluda River and there joined Col.
Waters who lived near the said river. Then Marched to the siege of 96. JRP Note: this big battle was named for the court district and court house in SC. There joined Gen'l Greene (Nathaniel) . Crossed out was a reference to
the British General Cruger. Philpot continued with Gen'l Greene during the siege and when information arrived that (British General)Rawdon was coming to aid Gen'l Cruger, Gen'l Greene raised (stopped) the siege. Then marched to
Bobb's Mill on Bush River crossing the Saluda at the said Island from whence we met with a call to go to the aid of Col. Hayes on the Little River at Edgill's Station. Waters was engaged with the Tories under (Bloody Bill) Cuningham a Tory captain. Here they were all taken prisoner and Philpot was paroled. Militia man scouting and scouring the counties of Lauren, Abbeville and Greenville. He was told by Capt. Williams that if he did not turn out(volunteer) he would be drafted & being acquainted with Williams, he volunteered with him as long as the district required and continued with him not less than 11 months before the siege (of 96)scouring the country and had several engagements with the Tories; one at a creek called Long Cane. At Long Cane he had a brother killed and had another killed at White Hall. This service was before the battle of 96. He was continually in service for a day or two at a time. He would serve with Capt. Williams & perhaps not be stationed but a few hours or days until they would have to go out again. He
states that including his services under Greene & at Edgills Station he is certain he did not serve less than fifteen months before he was paroled . He was never home during the whole service. When he went to aid Col. Hayes he
went as an enlisted soldier for not less than 13 months and was taken prisoner and paroled not more than one month from the time of enlistment. He received 3 guineas at the time of enlistment to go to the aid of Col.Hayes.
He said he was well acquainted with Gen'l Greene.
He was born in Laurens County SC the 17th day of Aug. 1763. He has lost the record of his age. His discharge papers were burnt. He made a similar declaration 3-4 years ago but it was sent back for more proof. He found
Brazel Eastis after his first claim . He signs by his mark X.George Stivers a Clergy man and Brazel Eastis both of Clay County made the following statement upon oath: That they were well acquainted with Thomas Philpot and
that he is an honest man but sometimes drinks too much ardent spirits. The said Eastis further states that he knew the said appl. at the siege of 96 and knows he was in the service of Capt. Williams. After the war they became
neighbors and often talked over their service. After the war they moved to different parts of the world and never saw each other until lately. George Stivers Clerk of Court 5 Apr, 1837. Signed by George Stivers. As GGGgrandpa Tom's claim wound its way around the bureaucracy, it was met with many refusals but he never gave up until his death and then wife Nancy started her own petition. Refusal record : Suspended per letter June 1837 to JA Moore and Senator(US Senator from Clay Co.) Hon. John White. It seems JA Moore of Mt. Vernon Ky was TP's attorney.
Our Tom persists and gets another witness: Mar. 25, 1841 - Knox County, KY appeared Obadiah Hammonds said he served with Philpot at the siege of 96 under Gen'l Greene and saw him there. Tom was called an illiterate man in another letter. Letter by JA Moore from Mt. Vernon KY Nov. 12, 1842. "I am much annoyed by the poor old man Philpot of Clay county Ky about his pension." $20 was per month was asked. Moore wrote another letter in 1845 saying that Tom was in a "suffering condition". Moore said he wanted to finish his pension business before the anti-pension
president took office. Wife Nancy Philpot's claim: Feb. 7, 1852 Nancy appeared before Daniel B. Stivers acting JP. ...Nancy States she is the widow of Thomas Philpot and that he never received a pension for his service
during the Revolution and asks it be granted her. Her Attrorney was Isaac Trabue of Frankfort. That she was married to Thomas Philpott on the 15th of June 1792; that her eldest child is in his 60th year. That her husband
served under Daniel Williams and others in SC. That Thomas Philpot died Aug.
6, 1847.

Sandy

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4th email (4/30/2004):
Found the following:

1840 Clay Co KY
Margaret P. Bledsoe or Bledsow
Males: 0 0 1(10-15) 2(15-20) 1(20-30)
Females: 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1(50-60)
NEXT DOOR:
Joseph Cox
Males: 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Females: 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1
SAME PAGE:
Joseph Philpot
Males: 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1(50-60) 0 1(70-80) - born bet 1760 and 1770
Females: 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 1
PREV PAGE:
John Philpot
Males: 1 1 0 1 1 0 1(40-50)
Females: 0 1 2 0 0 0 1

The fact that Mary was living with a Bledsoe in 1850 and the Bledsoes and Philpot descendants were living near each other for several decades makes it likely that Mary knew the Philpot descendants and, thus, she knew the Smallwoods in Clay Co also.

--------------------NOTES ON MOORES AND WHITES IN KY---------------------------
Kentucky Marriages to 1850
Moore, Lucinda White, James 18 Aug 1816 Kentucky
Green County

Moore, Obadiah White, Patcy 18 Sep 1821 Kentucky
Livingston County

Moore, William White, Nancy 03 May 1810 Kentucky
Madison County

Moore, Levi White, Patsy 14 Nov 1811 Kentucky
Warren County

Ashcraft, Prudence Moore, Daniel 04 Jan 1793 Kentucky
Bourbon County

Moore, Jesse Waggoner, Barbara 18 Jun 1824 Kentucky
Bourbon County

Moore, Reuben Watts, Mary 21 Mar 1803 Kentucky
Fayette County

Carr, Patsey Moore, Timothy T. 08 Jun 1814 Kentucky
Franklin County

Moore, Henry Waggoner, Polly 02 Dec 1797 Kentucky
Harrison County

Cathers, Peggy Moore, Jesse 17 Dec 1801 Kentucky
Jessamine County

Moore, Naomi Prewitt, Stephen 24 May 1822 Kentucky
Knox County

Bowman, Deborah Moore, William 14 Feb 1806 Kentucky
Madison County

Moore, Elizabeth Richardson, William 21 Oct 1821 Kentucky
Mercer County

Moore, Nancy Nowland, Joel 05 Oct 1823 Kentucky
Mercer County

Tincher, Easter White, John 01 Jun 1797 Kentucky
Madison County

Adair, Ellen K. White, Joseph M. 05 Dec 1820 Kentucky
Franklin County

Jones, Mary White, John 04 Dec 1806 Kentucky
Fleming County

Lewis, Mary White, Asa 01 Dec 1809 Kentucky
Madison County

Eletone, Mary White, Barren 01 Jul 1810 Kentucky
Madison County

Davison, Mary White, John 09 Jan 1792 Kentucky
Woodford County

Adams, Bledsoe White, Patsey 29 May 1825 Kentucky
Clark County

Bledsoe, William House, Polly 13 Dec 1825 Kentucky
Clark County

Bledsoe, Joseph Franks, Nancy 23 Apr 1805 Kentucky
Fayette County

Bledsoe, Moses Taylor, Sophia 04 Jan 1809 Kentucky
Franklin County

Bledsoe, Joseph Powell, Martha Pierson 07 May 1807 Kentucky
Garrard County

Bledsoe, Joseph Sanders, Mary 20 Apr 1784 Kentucky
Lincoln County

Bledsoe, William Owsley, Pattence 27 Dec 1786 Kentucky
Lincoln County

Bledsoe, Joseph Powell, Martha Pierson 07 May 1807 Kentucky
Garrard County

North Carolina Marriage Bonds:
John Bledsoe Diannah Moore Wake Thomas Banks Wm Hill
Groom: John Bledsoe
Bride: Diannah Moore
Bond Date: 23 Apr 1808
Bond #: 000151639
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 005598
County: Wake
Record #: 01 048
Bondsman: Thomas Banks
Witness: Wm Hill

Solomon Bledsoe Polly Warren Wake John K Moore Wm Hill
Groom: Solomon Bledsoe
Bride: Polly Warren
Bond Date: 28 Oct 1811
Bond #: 000151643
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 008369
County: Wake
Record #: 01 048
Bondsman: John K Moore
Witness: Wm Hill

Missouri Marriages:
Bledsoe, George Moore, Sarah 07 Mar 1850 Missouri
Henry County

--------------------NOTES ON WHITES, BLEDSOES AND PHILPOTS

Kentucky Land Grants for BLEDSOE & MOORE
Bledsoe, Joseph Sr 3,400 8 7-25-1785 Fayette S Fk Licking
Bledsoe, Joseph 250 5 6- 2-1784 Fayette bet Licking & Ky
Moore, Wm 400 9 8-12-1784 Fayette Licking
Moore, Jeremiah 3,812 14 10- 1-1784 Fayette Licking
Moore, Leo 1,000 9 3- 5-1786 Fayette N Fk Licking

Bledsoe, Joseph 1,250 5 5-24-1783 Lincoln Ky R
Bledsoe, Joseph 1,709 5 3- 9-1783 Lincoln Canoe Cr
Bledsoe, Joseph 633 6 1-20-1783 Lincoln Paint Lick
Moore, Wm 400 8 5- 7-1783 Lincoln Creen R
Moore, Robert 400 10 10-24-1783 Lincoln None

Moore, Jesse 200 Q-2 9-10-1844 Laurel S Fk Rockcastle R
Moore, Lemuel or Semuel 18 36 3- 1-1851 Laurel Rockcastle R
Moore, Isaac, Heir, Saml Moore 32 57 6- 3-1859 Laurel Rockcastle R (Could be Leml Moore)

Mullins & White 200 51 4-24-1857 Laurel Horse Lick Br
White, Martin 100 5 12-10-1838 Morgan Laurel
White, Derit 200 51 4-24-1857 Laurel Rockcastle R
White & Mullins 200 51 4-24-1857 Laurel Horse Lick Cr

White, C W, Dougherty & James 80 G-2 5-29-1835 Clay Buzzard Cr
White, C W, James & Dougherty 200 G-2 4-18-1835 Clay Buzzard Cr
White, C W, James & Dougherty 100 G-2 4-18-1835 Clay Turnip Patch Br
White, Clabourne M, James & Dougherty 250 G-2 5-28-1835 Clay Buzzard Cr
White, Clabourne, James & Dougherty 200 G-2 4-18-1835 Clay Buzzard Cr
White, Clabourne, James & Dougherty 2250 G-2 5-28-1835 Clay Buzzard Cr
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Fayette Co KY Wills and Probates

Will Records of Fayette County, Kentucky 1794-1818
Fayette County, Kentucky Will Records Book B

OSPage: 417
Name: William Tandy
Wife, Jane; Sons, John, Achiles, Gabriel, and Moses; Daughters, Lucy Tandy, Francis Lipscomb, and Sally B. Bledsoe and Jane Allen Written: May 2, 1792 Probated: October, 1812 Executros: Wife, Jane, Achilles Tandy, Moses Tandy, and Moses Bledsoe Witnesses: John Mason, William Bush, Jas. Arnold, G. N. Tompkins

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Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800
WILLS
WILL BOOK A 1722-1749
page 2
CAMMILL, ALEXANDER, Spotsylvania Co., d. July 10, 1727, p. Aug. 1, 1727. Wit, Isaac Bledsoe, Edward Watts. Ex. wife Agnes Cammill. Leg. wife Agnes; son-in-law William Moore; son William Cammill; son-in-law James Moore; daughter-in-law Mary Moore. (Page 63)
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Kentucky Civil War Union Volunteers
Company "K" 55th Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Infantry
Wm Moore Private Mar 14 1865 Covington, KY Mustered Out Mar 30 1865 Covington, KY
Field Staff - Kentucky Volunteers:
Wm L. Bledsoe Hosp Steward Mar 16 1864 Baton Rouge LA Mustered Out Mar 11 1866 Baton Rouge LA
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Fifth Kentucky Infantry
John Moore killed in action Jul 20 1861 Corporal
Henry C. Bledsoe Deserted served Jul 1 1861 to Sep 9 1861 Camp Joe Holt - Sargeant
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War of 1812 - Roll of Capt John Martin's Company
William Moore Private Aug 15 1812 Oct 14 1812
Field Staff First Rifle Regiment, Kentucy Militia
Richard Bledsoe Adjutant Aug 15 1812 Engaged: Nov 30 1812, Feb 14 1813
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Sheriff's Fee Bill - Clay Co KY
1894 Manchester District No. 1
William Reid's Fee Bill Book, pages 70 - 101
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclay2/Court/sherrif_fee_books.htm

Smallwood, Jasper Wm. Lewis 1 pd Joe Lewis
White, James B. P. White, Sr. 735 735 1 pd Joe Lewis
White, Laura R. E. L. Walker 1000 5000 5000 pd Joe Lewis
White, D. W. B. P. White, Sr. 150 400 1075 1475 1 pd Joe Lewis
White, J. E. T. J. White 1 lot 1500 5184 16184 1 pd Joe Lewis
2550 9300
White, Sarah A. J. D. White 7 1500 1500 pd Joe Lewis
White, B. C. & J. C. J. C. White 500 1000 1000 pd Joe Lewis
White, J&D (heirs) J. D. White 2 100 1100 1200 pd Joe Lewis
White, Mary G., B. P. White Sr. Guardian 2500 2500 pd Joe Lewis
White, M. E. M. W. Ramsey 150 1000 1000 pd Joe Lewis
White, Ed Pearl White 1
White, J. E. & B. F. 1 lot 1500 3000 5800 pd Joe Lewis
235 1300
White, B. P. Sr. M. G. Horton 1 lot 200 12650 24850 1 pd Joe Lewis
1500 12000
White, J. D. J. H. Morgan 1090 7100 2095 9195 1 pd Joe Lewis
White, Esther Lee Reid 1279 7400 1335 8735 pd Joe Lewis

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1840 Census - Western Division, Madison, KY
Reuben Moore
Males: 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1(50-60)
Females: 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

1830 Census - Madison, KY
Reuben Moore
Males: 1 1 1 1 0 0 1(40-50)
Females: 0 1 1 0 0 1

1840 Census - Clay Co KY
James S. Moore
Males: 1 3 1 1 0 1(30-40)
Females: 0 1 0 0 2 1 - no females age 0-5

1840 Census - Laurel Co KY - PG 7 (Lemuel is on page 4)
James Moore
Males: 1 1 1 0 0 1 1(40-50)
Females: 1 1 1 0 0 1

1840 Census - Laurel Co KY - pg 11
James Moore Sr
Males: 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1(50-60)
Females: 1 1 0 0 1 - female age 0-5 could be Mary Margaret
NEXT DOOR:
1840 Census - Laurel Co KY - pg 11
James Moore Jr
Males: 0 0 0 0 1(20-30)
Females: 2 0 0 0 1

1860 Census - Clay Co KY
Francis Moore (female), age 48
Mary Moore, 26, TN - married to Stephen??? (Unsure if this is the same Mary Moore shown in 1850)
Stephen Moore, 24, farm labor
Lucinda Moore, 2

SMALLWOODS IN SAME COUNTY IN 1850:
Name: Smallwood, Jesse
Year: 1850
County: Clay
Township: Kentucky District
State: Kentucky
Roll: M432_197
Page: 136
Image: 82

Name: Smallword, Elijah
Year: 1850
County: Clay
Township: Kentucky District
State: Kentucky
Roll: M432_197
Page: 107
Image: 24

Name: Smallwood, John
Year: 1850
County: Clay
Township: Kentucky District
State: Kentucky
Roll: M432_197
Page: 106
Image: 22

1840 Census - Clay Co KY
James Moore
Males: 0 0 0 0 1(45+)
Females: 2? 2 0 0 0 1(45+)
(Too old to be the same James Moore in 1850 census)

Research Notes:
POSSIBLE CLUES: (Could these people be related to Mary Margaret Moore?)

1860 Census - Henry, Vernon, MO
James Moore, 66, VA - THIS FAMILY WAS IN ILL IN 1850 & 1860 - NOT RELATED TO MARY
Nancy Moore, 58 (born abt 1802), TN
John Moore, 15, MO
David Moore, 28, TN
M. P. Moore, female, 25, KY (wife of David?)
A. E. E. Moore, female, 6, MO
J. R. Moore, 4, male, MO
N. J. Moore, 2, female, MO (Nancy Jane????)

1880 Census - District 22, Clay Co, KY
Mary J. White, ??
Littie, 24, dau
Thomas, 23, Son
Emily?, 19, dau
Next door:
Horace? L White, 25
Mary G, 2, dau
Mary Smallwood, , , 36, TN NC? TN, servant ***** SEE NOTE BELOW
Jinnie Neale, , 10, servant

White families on both sides (2 on one side and 1 on the other side) - it may have been a plantation or farm with several homes

RESEARCH NOTES FOR PEOPLE WHO MAY BE HER RELATIVES:

Living in Montevallo, Vernon, MO in 1860: (Same place Rachel and John Smallwood lived in 1884)
James Moore, 42, TN
Leticia, 44, VA
Alferd, 17, IL
Mary, 15, IL
William, 9, IL

1860 Census - Center, Vernon, MO:
Joseph Moore, 55, VA
Nicholas Proctor, 25, NY?

1870 Census - Virgil Twp, Vernon, MO (IMAGE #4)
John H. Moore, 37, farmer, KY (Could this be Mary's brother?)
Susan Moore, 37, KY
William, 11, IL
Edgar, 9, IL
Harvey, 7, IL
Sylvania, 5, IL
Louisa, 4, IL
Jessica, 2, IL
James Moore, 23, farm hand, KY (prob John's brother, born abt 1847)

LAND PATENTS IN MISSOURI (BLM):
Patentee: WILLIAM MOORE (Could this Moore be related to Mary Margaret Moore?)
State: MISSOURI Schuyler County (Where Hezekiah Smallwood lived in 1860)
Acres: 80
Metes/Bounds: No
Issue Date: 8/1/1857
Land Office: Milan
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Nr.: 11672
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO5080__.303
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N

Patentee: WILLIAM MOORE
State: MISSOURI
Acres: 40
Metes/Bounds: No
Issue Date: 3/10/1856
Land Office: Palmyra
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Patentee: WILLIAM MOORE
State: MISSOURI
Acres: 40
Metes/Bounds: No
Issue Date: 5/1/1854
Land Office: Milan
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

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IN CASE HER FATHER'S NAME WAS NOT LEMUEL, HERE ARE SOME OTHER POSSIBILITIES:
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ID: I12009
Name: James L MOORE (Could "L" stand for Lemuel or Lewis?)
Given Name: James L
Surname: MOORE
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1809 in VA
Death: Y
Reference Number: 12009
Change Date: 25 Jan 2004 at 13:15

Marriage 1 Nancy b: Abt 1806
Married:
Change Date: 25 Jan 2004
Children
William Thomas MOORE b: Abt 1831 in KY
Nancy MOORE b: Abt 1833 in KY
Terrisa A MOORE b: Abt 1835 in KY
Mary MOORE b: Abt 1837 in KY --------------COULD BE HER BUT BORN IN KY
Frances MOORE b: Abt 1840 in KY
Autheline MOORE b: Abt 1842 in KY
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ID: I12009 AND ID: I7713
davlehubb@hotmail.com
Name: James L MOORE
Given Name: James L (L MAY STAND FOR LEMUEL)
Surname: MOORE
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1809 in VA
Death: Y
Reference Number: 12009
Change Date: 25 Jan 2004 at 13:15
Marriage 1 Nancy b: Abt 1806
Married:
Change Date: 25 Jan 2004
Children
William Thomas MOORE b: Abt 1831 in KY
Nancy MOORE b: Abt 1833 in KY
Terrisa A MOORE b: Abt 1835 in KY
Mary MOORE b: Abt 1837 in KY
Frances MOORE b: Abt 1840 in KY
Autheline MOORE b: Abt 1842 in KY
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ID: I10788
Name: Margaret Moore
Sex: F
Birth: 1835 in TN
Father: Alfred Moore b: 1801 in Claiborne Co., TN
Mother: X X
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ID: I07467
Name: William Moore
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1812
Marriage 1 Sarah "Sally" Woolum b: 2 APR 1816 in Knox County, Kentucky
Married: 12 APR 1836 in Harlan County, Kentucky
Children
Mary Moore b: 1837 in Kentucky
Angeline Moore b: ABT 1839 in Kentucky


Vernon County, MO Back Taxes Index of 1893
SMALLWOOD PGS: 82, 88

Source: 1870 Census, Vernon Co., Missouri
Civil War Pension Application
Elisha Smallwood
Images Online #: 431
State Filed:
Widow: Mary M. Smallwood
Relative:
Minor:
Comments:
Mary M. Smallwood, Gdn.

Kentucky Marriage Index (Ancestry.com):
SMALLWOOD, ELISHA
Spouse: MOORE, MARGARET Marriage Date: 23 Jun 1853
County: Rockcastle State: KY

1860 census shows birthplace of KY, 1870 census shows birthplace of TN

Death certificate stated cause of death was: Bronchitis. Andrew Wood from Nevada states the information is true to the best of his knowledge. She was 76 yrs, 6 mos, 15 da. She was married at time of death. Also stated she had been in state 20 years (?). Usual residence: KY. ??? Moved back to KY and then back to MO ????? Father: Lem (Lewis?) Moore KY. Mother: Nancy J Moore.
In 1870 census of Virgil Twp. states Mary was born in TN, 32 y/o, married to E. Smallwood b KY, age 34. Their children: Nancy J. age 13 b MO; John 11 MO; Mary 5 MO; James 3 MO; and unnamed female, 9 months old, born in Dec.1869.
Check out will/probate, any obituary, funeral home??? divorce or marriage papers? siblings? Did she marry a Moore after E Smallwood died or? Is the 'married' on the death cert an error.
Check funeral home, name signed as undertaker: W.J. Wainscott in Nevada, MO
Nevada, MO city directories: 1900-01 Smallwood, Mary (widow Elisha) living at 403 W. Allison (with her dau Nancy Jane & Andrew Woods, N.J. not mentioned)(Frank & Willis Johnson, farmers were there also). Mary was not listed in the 1908-9 cd. Where was she? KS with James?

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OF INTEREST:
Could this family be related to Mary Margaret Moore?
1880 CENSUS - Virgil, Vernon, MO
Name: Sarah J. MOORE
Age: 47
Estimated birth year: <1833>
Birthplace: Tennessee
Occupation: Keeps House
Relation: Wife
Home in 1880: Virgil, Vernon, Missouri
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Female
Head of household: John E. MOORE (Age 57, born in KY, father b. WV, mother b. WV)
Father's birthplace: TN
Mother's birthplace: TN

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Email from Martha Hansen 3/25/04:
Now about Great Grandma Mary Margaret, I don't anything about her family. I do remember my Mom saying that Mary's parents were from Ireland.
I was wondering about something though, that might be a lead as to her having siblings. When I told my sister about the story of Great Grandpa Elisha Smallwood, I mentioned the name Barter, she said that name is familiar. I was wondering and it is only a stab in the dark, that the two men (Barter and wolf), who were named a the securities of the bond, to pay the money Elisha and Mary owed. Excuse my wording, I need to go back to grammar class. (~: I am rambling, but what I am getting at is; maybe they were Mary Margaret's brother-in-laws. I really doubt that non-relatives would enter into such an arrangement. Yeah, it's a long shot, but who knows, it could be.
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Source: http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/ky/hardin/
8 Apr 1816 Hardin Co KY WB B, page281. Samuel COOMBS-report of sale. Principal purchaser was : Mrs Polly COOMBS. Other purchasers were: Thomas KOONROD, Robert BLEAKELY,Henry LEASER,Edward WILSON, Josiah E. BEST, Adin COOMBS, Thomas SMALLWOOD, Benjamin MOORE????, William KINGCADE, Walter BRISCOE, Samuel MARTIN, Adam MONAN, Isaac THOMAS, James CRUTCHER, Hezekiah SMALLWOOD, Moses BLACK, William JACKSON, Thomas COOMBS, Jacob BOOHER, Gabriel WATHEN, Jonathan SHEPHERD, Jonathan PADDOX, recorded Apr 8, 1816 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
----------------------------------MALINDA EVERETT MAY BE MARY'S SISTER
SHE IS PROBABLY NOT RELATED - MARY MORE WAS FOUND IN BLOUNT TN IN 1870:
1870 Blount Co TN
Danl Ruskins or Purkins, 36, farmer,
Burskenna?, 35
William, 4
Albert, 1
William Everett, 34, teamster
Mary More, 35, at home
All born Tennessee
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Email from Mary Ann (3/31/2004)
first name last name males females # white # total page
James Moor 01000001 0100001 4 4 259
Wm D. Moor 00001 00001 2 2 259
Sam'l Moor 10001 210010001 7 7 265
James Moore 020001 411001 10 10 255
Jesse Moore 1020001 2002001 9 9 299
James Moore 110001 102001 7 7 309
John Moore 3221001 000001 10 10 309
1830 Census Blount County, TN

EVERETT, John marr. MORE, Malinda on 18-MAR-1841
Mary was born in Blount County, TN according to my records and this one below is the correct age to be Elisha's wife, but is Malinda the mother or sister to Mary and Matilda??? MA

1850 Census Blount Conty, TN 15A Page
MOORE 3B-10A-15A-18A-18B-26B-31A-31A-31B-77A-83A-98A
205 205 EVERETT John 39 M Far No Car
19 205 205 EVERETT Malinda 36 F Tenn
20 205 205 MOORE Mary 16 F Tenn
21 205 205 MOORE Matilda 13 F Tenn
22 205 205 EVERETT Nancy 10 F Tenn
23 205 205 EVERETT Barsheba 7 F Tenn
24 205 205 EVERETT Wm. 3 M Tenn
25 205 205 EVERETT John 10/12 M Tenn

In 1860 they're still in Blount TN but Mary and Matilda are gone
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http://www.tngenweb.org/dekalb/chapter-7.htm

De Kalb Co TN Religious History

Among the old papers of Jasper Ruyle was found this list of the members of the Church just preceding the War between the States: M. S. West, LEMUEL MOORE, Katherine Moore, Elizabeth Garrison, Littleberry Vick, Rhoda Vick, Sarah Vick, Jacob E. Moore, Mary Lamberson, Christina Smith, Jane Vick, Isaac Whaley, Lucinda Evans, Martha Martin, Matilda Bratten, Rebecca Yeargin, Susan Vantrease, Jasper Ruyle, Rebecca Ruyle, Mary E. Gossett, E. Jane Vick, Edward Gothard, Josiah Youngblood, J . C. Youngblood, Mary Jane Kersey, Matilda Neal, MALINDA MOORE, Eliza J. Moore, T. H. W. Richardson, Elizabeth Richardson, Matilda Richardson, L. F. Moore, Amanda Bratten, Cynthia D. Sneed, Martha J. Moore, A. Tennie Evans, Sarah Hall, Montilius Richardson, C. W. L. Hale, W. J. Hale, J. F. Youngblood, T. R. Foster, J. H. Burton, E. W. Whaley, W. C. Vick, T.

NOTES IN WILLIAM BLEDSOE----------------------------------------------------------

Email to Mary Ann (4/18/04):
Mary Ann - as I was researching the Smallwoods in Clay Co KY I came upon the following census record - Mary Moore was living nearby. I have no idea if this is Mary Margaret Moore. I found a Mary Moore, same age, living in Clay Co KY in 1860 - she was living with Francis Moore (female), age 48, Stephen Moore, age 24 and Lucinda Moore, age 2 - I don't think it's the same Mary Moore shown in the 1850 census (I think she is married to Stephen) - but it could be the same one - hard to tell - if it is, and if she married Stephen, they had the same last name when they married. (Can't find them in 1870 or 1880)

1850 Census - Clay Co, KY - pg 101
William Bledsoe, 33, KY
Amelia Cox, 24, KY
Elizabeth Cox, 6, KY
Edward Cox, 3, KY
Mary Moore, 17, Tenn -----------------??????
(NOTE: There was a Moses Bledsoe living in Surry Co NC same time as Job Broughton and Elijah Smallwood)
There was a Joseph Bledsoe on the 1811 Clay Co Tax List along with Job Broughton, William Broughton, Elijah Smallwood and
Moor, James
Moor, William
Moor, John
Moor, James Sr.
Francis Tincher and William Tincher
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclay2/Tax/1811.htm
I think this Joseph died before 1854 - his will was probated before that date in Clay Co

There are three James Moores listed in Laurel Co KY in 1840 living near Lemuel Moore. One is age 40-50. James Moore Sr is age 50-60 and next to him is James Moore Jr age 20-30. They all have females under the age 5. There are no James Moores listed in Laurel Co in 1850 - but there is a James Moore in Clay Co KY a few doors away from the above Mary Moore - too young to be her father, but maybe a cousin or brother. No way to know if he's related to the James Moores in 1840 Laurel.

1850 Census - Clay Co, KY - pg 101
James Moore, 27, KY
Elizabeth, 24, KY
David, 5, KY
Reubin, 3, KY
Henry, 1, KY

There is a Reuben Moore in 1850 Clay Ky page 100 - he's age 60. No idea if he's related to this Mary or James but probably is above James' relative since James named a son Reubin.

Reuben Moore, 60, NC -- could be Mary's father or uncle (also could be brother to James who was here in 1840??-see below)
Elizabeth, 22, KY
Ephram?, male, 14, KY
Farchy?, female, 12, KY

In 1840 there was another James Moore in Clay KY. He could be the above James Moore's father or uncle.

1840 Census - Clay Co KY
James S. Moore
Males: 1 3 1 1 0 1(30-40)
Females: 0 1 0 0 2 1 - no females age 0-5, but a female age 5-10 could be Mary

It's possible that Mary was in Laurel KY in 1840 and in Clay KY in 1850 - maybe working as a servant for Bledsoe.

Also, there were Smallwoods in Clay Co KY at the same time as the above Mary Moore. Elijah and William were living not too far away from the above Moores. These were the sons of John Smallwood and Francis Fannie (Jemima?) Smith. Elijah was age 36 - 15 years younger than our Hezekiah. He could be the E. Smallwood who got that Rockcastle Land Grant in 1852- one year before Elisha married Mary.

SMALLWOODS IN CLAY COUNTY IN 1850:
Name: Smallwood, Jesse
Page: 136
Name: Smallword, Elijah
Page: 107
Name: Smallwood, William
Page: 106

If Hezekiah was related to the Smallwoods who were in Clay Co KY, maybe Mary Moore met Elisha through them. Of course, I don't know if the above Mary Moore is the right one!! This one was born in TN in about 1833/34. Also have no idea how our Hezekiah might be related to Elijah, Jesse and William. Their father John was born before 1784 in NC. Since our Hezekiah may have been born in NC - this looks promising.

John Smallwood was married at least twice - maybe three times. His descendant, Gary Smallwood, sent me a huge file and his database is listed on rootsweb. He's not sure if Francis Fannie Smith is also Jemima Smith. The following marriage records were found for John:

Kentucky Marriage Records:
Russell, Jinny Smallwood, John 15 Jan 1815 Kentucky Shelby County
Smith, Jemima Smallwood, John 25 Jan 1808 Kentucky Clay County

But his will refers to his wife Fanny. He died Dec. 1821 in Lawrence Co TN. (BTW there was a James Moore in Lawrence TN in 1830 - no image available)

John was the son of William Smallwood and Sarah Philpot. Their children were:
Mary Babb Smallwood, married Ledstone Noland - he died in Estill Co KY
Elijah - died in Mississippi
Randolph - died in Owsley Co KY
John - died in Lawrence TN (the one referenced above who was in Clay KY in 1808 when he married Jemima)
Samuel - died in Jasper Co IL
Elisha - died in Hall Co, Georgia
William - probably went to Georgia since his son Marke was born there
Nancy - married Andrew Smith
James - probably went to Georgia since his son Thomas was born there.

I guess Elijah, Samuel, Elisha, William and James can be ruled out as possible fathers for Hezekiah - they went to Mississippi and Georgia. Randolph and John were in KY. Samuel probably stayed in KY - some of his kids were born there - but he ended up in IL. I haven't done census research on him or Randolph yet. Randolph was born 1780 in MD and married Rebecca Ashcraft - don't know marriage date. They had Margaret (1808), James (1810), Elizabeth (1814) and William (1819). It's possible they could have had a son Hezekiah in 1799/1800. John would not be a candidate for Hezekiah's father - in 1810 census there were no males his age. Samuel was too young to be Hezekiah's father (born 1791). Of Wm and Sarah Philpot's children - only Randolph seems possible as his father. The others are too young except Elijah and he went to Mississippi and married Mary Leflore of the Choctaw Nation in 1815.

William's brother was Elijah, the one you mentioned the other day who was in Surry Co NC at same time as Job Broughton. You said he was ruled out as Hezekiah's father...but there is that connection between this family and the Broughtons. And now there is a possible connection between the descendants of this family and the Moores in Clay KY.

This is a lot to consider and may not even be relevant, but worth pursuing I think.

Sandy

Email to Mary Ann (4/24/2004):
Mary Ann - Several Pruitts married into the Moore family in Rockcastle Co.

Robert Moore................... Sarah J. Pruitt.......................... 05 Nov 1885

W. B. Moore .................... Mina Pruitt............................... 12 Dec 1886

John Pruitt ..................Elizabeth Moore............................ 18 Mar 1886

And, of course, Joseph Pruitt married Nancy Moore (may have been her married name) in 1845 Rockcastle. In addition, Wm Broughton married Winniford Moore in Laurel Co. I know who Sarah Jane Pruitt is, but I don't know who Mina Pruitt is. Do you have any info on her?

I found several Moore families living in Rockcastle Co who were lawyers and merchants. One of them was a William B. Moore - this W. B. Moore may be a descendant of his. I'll recheck those families again, although I didn't find a dau Mary who was the right age. I think there was one who was several years younger than her.

Thanks, Sandy

---------MOORES IN ROCKCASTLE CO KY 1850
Isaac Moore, 28, KY - Page 181, HH# 349
Jane, 18, KY
Robert, 1, KY

J. A. Moore - can't find image
John Moore - can't find image

W.B. Moore, 45, lawyer, VA - Laurel Co 1850 - Page 160, HH# 35
Helen, 14, KY
Henry, 13, KY
John, 9, KY
Alexander, 5, KY
William, 3, KY

----------MOORES IN LAUREL CO KY IN 1850:
Moore, Affariah Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 6
Moore, Thoams Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A
Moore, Jesse Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 36
Jesse, 71, farmer, VA; Elizabeth, 27, KY
Moore, Muriah Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 10
Muriah, 31, farmer, KY; Nancy, 30, KY;
Moore, James Laurel, KY age 67, NC; Eliza, 32, KY; Ann, 30, KY Pg 10
Moore, Campbell Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 11
Campbell, 28, KY; Maria, 29, KY; Sally A Jones, 11, KY; Elizabeth Jones, 8, KY; L or J C Moore, 1 mo, female, KY
Moore, Moses D. Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 10
Moses, 43, farmer, TN; Jemima, 43, KY; ??(?.I.?) Moore(female), 14, KY; MA(female), 13, KY; James, 10, KY; John C, 9, KY; Charlotte, 7, KY; Mathew, 6, KY
Moore, H. C. Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 16
H.C., 34, TN; Sally V, 34, KY; William, 14, KY; M.E. (male), 10, KY; I.G. (male), 8, KY; Stephen, 6, KY; Julia, 4, KY; John, 1, KY
Moore, Moses Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A PG 18
Moses, 38, farmer, KY; Levicy, 28, KY; James D, 6, KY; John P, 4, KY; S (male), 1, KY
Moore, Isaac Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A
Moore, N. D. Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A
N.D.- can't find - seems to be some pages missing
Moore, Jesse Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A Pg 9
Jesse, age 7 along with other children-can't find his parents!
Moore, Lemuel Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A
Moore, Jesse Unknown Townships, Laurel, KY 1850 N/A
Other Counties:
Hennes? Moore, 42, farmer, KY - Page 50, household #6 1850 Lawrence Co KY
Katherine, 32, KY
Elizabeth, 14, KY
Nancy, 11, KY
Wm P, 8, KY
John B, 7, KY
Berry, 4, KY
Margaret, 2, KY
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***********************WILLIAM BLEDSOE RESEARCH
1830 Knox Co KY
William M. Bledsoe
Males: 2 2 1(10-15) 0 1 1(30-40)
Females: 1 1 0 0 0 1(30-40)

1830 Clay Co KY
Margaret Bledsoe
Males: 1 3
Females: 1 1 0 2 0 0 1(40-50)

1840 Clay Co KY
Margaret P. Bledsoe or Bledsow
Males: 0 0 1(10-15) 2(15-20) 1(20-30)
Females: 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1(50-60)
NEXT DOOR:
Joseph Cox
Males: 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Females: 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1
SAME PAGE:
Joseph Philpot
Males: 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1(50-60) 0 1(70-80) - born bet 1760 and 1770
Females: 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 1
PREV PAGE:
John Philpot
Males: 1 1 0 1 1 0 1(40-50)
Females: 0 1 2 0 0 0 1

Elisha and Mary had the following children:

+ 247 F i Nancy Jane SMALLWOOD
+ 248 F ii Mary Marinda SMALLWOOD
+ 249 M iii John Wesley SMALLWOOD
+ 250 M iv James Lewis SMALLWOOD
+ 251 F v Annie Elvira SMALLWOOD
+ 252 F vi Emma Elmira SMALLWOOD
+ 253 F vii Clara E. SMALLWOOD

101. Riley SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born about 1838 in Kentucky.

Uncertain if this is the correct Riley Smallwood

1860 Census - Des Moine, Clark, MO
Riley Smallwood - living with brother Elisha

1880 federal census - Johnson, Scotland, MO
Rily Smallwood, age 40, KY
Jane, age 30, MO
Rosa, 3, MO
Flora, 1, MO

Riley married Lucinda Jane SHELTON about 1875 in Schuyler, MO. Lucinda was born about 1850 in Missouri.

They had the following children:

  254 F i Rosa SMALLWOOD was born in 1877 in Missouri.
  255 F ii Flora SMALLWOOD was born in 1879 in Missouri.

103. Mary SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born about 1841 in Kentucky.

Mary married Thomas Fletcher HOPPER, son of John HOPPER and Catherine (or Katherine) WHITE, in 1860 in Schuyler Co., MO. Thomas was born on 26 Apr 1827 in Kentucky. He died on 10 May 1890 in Missouri.

1880 Census - Alexander, Benton, MO
Thomas Hopper, 63, KY KY KY
Mary, 38, MO (?) should be KY
Isora, 18, MO
Isaac, son, 14, MO
Edna, 11, MO
Inez, 8, MO
Lillie, 7, MO
Elsy, 7, MO
Melvina, 5, MO

Thomas and Mary had the following children:

  256 F i Isora HOPPER was born about 1862 in Missouri.
  257 M ii Isaac HOPPER was born about 1866 in Missouri.
  258 F iii Edna HOPPER was born about 1869 in Missouri.
  259 F iv Inez HOPPER was born about 1872 in Missouri.
  260 F v Lillie HOPPER was born about 1873 in Missouri.
  261 F vi Elsy HOPPER was born about 1873 in Missouri.
  262 F vii Melvina HOPPER was born about 1875 in Missouri.

108. Elizabeth Jane SMALLWOOD (Elizabeth "Betsy" BROUGHTON , Woodard or Woodward , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born on 12 Feb 1852 in Rockcastle Co, Kentucky. She died on 7 Jun 1892 in Crookston (Cherry) Nebraska.

Per email from Mary Ann

Home in 1870: Madison, Clark, Missouri
James Smallwood, age 48, KY
Viola Ann, age 40, KY
Samuel, age 4, MO
Lydia J. Newell, 12, IL
San Franciso Stump, 22, laborer, OH
Jany Stump, 19, KY
Nettie Stump, 5 mos, MO

Source: http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/mcnutt/1345

From Mary Ann:
From this book: Rockcastle County, Kentucky: State Vital Statistics and Federal Census Mortality Schedules, Official Records From the 1800's" compiled by Jeanne Snodgrass Bonham and Patricia Heylmann Hiatt, Births p. 70
Eliza Smallwood was born Oct. 1852+ to H. Smallwood and Elizabeth Boughton, others have birth in February? + sign means there was a question about date

Elizabeth married Francisco STUMP, son of Nelson B. STUMP and Lucy H. FLOWERS, on 29 Dec 1867. Francisco was born on 28 Sep 1847 in Beverly, Platte, MO. He died on 29 Nov 1924 in Deadwood, Lawrence, SD.

Home in 1870: Madison, Clark, Missouri
James Smallwood, age 48, KY
Viola Ann, age 40, KY
Samuel, age 4, MO
Lydia J. Newell, 12, IL
San Franciso Stump, 22, laborer, OH
Jany Stump, 19, KY
Hettie? Stump, 5 mos, MO

1880 Census - Union, Clark, MO
Francisco Stump, 31, OH
Elizabeth J, 29, wife, MO VA?
Elizabeth H, 10, dau, MO
Ina M, 8, dau, MO
Francis B, 4, son, MO

1900 Census - Troy Twp, Flathead, Montana
Francisco Stump, Sep 1848, 51, widowed, OH OH OH, farmer
Francis B, son, Feb 1878, 22, MO OH OH?, farmer
Lenna E, son Jun 1879, 20, farm laborer, MO OH OH?
Minnie A, dau, Sep 1884, 15, NE OH OH?
Jessie R, son, May 1886, 14, NE OH OH?
Floury E, son, Jun 1888, 11, NE OH OH?

1910 Census - Roosevelt, Idaho
Francisco Stump, 63, OH OH OH, farmer
Francis B, son, 36, MO OH KY, farmer

Francisco and Elizabeth had the following children:

  263 F i Henriette Elizabeth STUMP was born on 2 Nov 1869 in Kahoka, Clark, MO. She died on 23 Apr 1926.
  264 F ii Ina May STUMP was born on 8 Dec 1871 in Clark Co, MO.
  265 M iii Francisco Bert STUMP was born on 5 Feb 1876 in Missouri.

1920 Census - Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Francis B. Stump, roomer, 44, MO OH KY, Laborer in log camp
  266 M iv Lannie Eldo STUMP was born on 17 Jun 1880 in Clark Co, MO.
  267 F v Minnie Alice STUMP was born on 26 Sep 1884 in Crookston (Cherry) Nebraska.
+ 268 M vi Jessie Roy STUMP
  269 M vii Emma "Floury" STUMP was born on 26 Jun 1887 in Crookston (Cherry) Nebraska. He died on 30 Mar 1977.
  270 M viii David STUMP was born on 30 Jul 1868 in Clark Co, MO. He died on 31 Jul 1868 in Clark Co, MO.
  271 F ix Susannah STUMP was born on 9 Jan 1874 in Clark Co, MO.
  272 F x Cora E. STUMP was born on 11 Jun 1878 in Clark Co, MO.
  273 M xi Nelson STUMP was born on 28 Sep 1881 in Crookston (Cherry) Nebraska.
+ 274 M xii Henry Everett STUMP

121. Robert BROUGHTON (Job , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born about 1834 in Knox Co, KY.

ID: I544098026
Name: Robert BROUGHTON
Given Name: Robert
Surname: Broughton
Sex: M
Birth: 1834 in Knox Co. Ky
MARC: 9/24/1855 Clay Co. Ky

Father: Job BROUGHTON b: 1805 in NC
Mother: Jane COBB b: 1786-1811 in NC ?

Marriage 1 Sarah WHITTAMORE b: 1835 in Clay Co. Ky
Children
Mary Jane BROUGHTON b: 1857 in Clay Co. KY

Robert married Sarah WHITTAMORE. Sarah was born in 1835 in Kentucky.

They had the following children:

+ 275 F i Mary Jane BROUGHTON

133. James (Joseph?) BROUGHTON (William , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born in 1832 in Kentucky. He died on 19 Oct 1918 in Kentucky.

1860 Census -
James Braughton 27 1832 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Male
Letha Braughton 22 1837 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Elizabeth Braughton 5 1854 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Evaline Braughton 3 1856 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female


1880 Census - Brush Creek, Knox, KY
James Broughton, 50, KY
Telitha, wife, 46
Mary More, 20, dau, at home, married
Fannie More, 5 mos, granddaughter

James is 18 in 1850 Census of Knox co., Ky
James' death date in Kentucky Death Records. He was 86 yrs old when died 19 Oct 1918

James was 21 yrs old when md. Telitha Payne

Knox Co KY Births:
Broughton, Eliza J. 01/02/1856 Joseph Broughton Telithia Payne

James married Telitha "Letha" PAYNE, daughter of Joseph PAYNE and Mary "Polly" STEWART, on 28 Jun 1853 in Knox Co KY. Telitha was born about 1837 in Knox Co, KY.

They had the following children:

  276 F i Elizabeth or Eliza BROUGHTON was born on 1 Jan 1856 in Knox Co KY.

ID: I1727
Name: Eliza J. Broughton
Surname: Broughton
Given Name: Eliza J.
Sex: F
Birth: 2 Jan 1856 in Knox Co., Ky 1
Note: Eliza's parents are listed as Joseph Broughton and Telitha Payne; yet Telitha Payne md James Broughton. He must be the same person.

Father: James Broughton b: 1832 in Knox Co., Kentucky
Mother: Telitha Payne b: 1837 in Knox Co., Kentucky

Marriage 1 Washington Relaford b: 1860 in Tennessee
Married: 25 Jan 1877 in Knox Co., Ky
Children
Telitha Relaford b: 21 Mar 1878 in Knox Co., Kentucky
Mary E. Relaford b: 1879 in Knox Co., Kentucky
James Jones Relaford b: 5 Sep 1880 in Knox Co., Kentucky
John A. Relaford b: Oct 1888 in Knox Co., Kentucky
        Elizabeth married Washington RELAFORD on 25 Jan 1877 in Knox Co KY. Washington was born in 1860 in Tennessee.
  277 F ii Evaline or Emeline BROUGHTON was born on 10 Sep 1857 in Knox Co, KY.
+ 278 F iii Mary BROUGHTON

138. Wiley Amos BROUGHTON (William , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born on 20 Oct 1845 in Whitley Co, KY. He died on 26 Mar 1911 in Farmington Washington Co., Arkansas.

Military Service: Union Army during Civil War Company F Ohio
Residence: Lived in Prairie Grove, Arkansas

CORONERS FOR KNOX CO KY

1800 Thomas Goodin, Coroner, First.
1807 Isaac Martin, 2nd Coroner. 1815 resigned.
1816 James Tuggle, Sr., 3rd Coroner.
1825 Benjamin Catching.
1826 Wm. Evans. 1842 George Tye.
1851 James Donaldson.
1854 Andrew J. Henderson.
1858 Gordon Parker.
1862 Milton York
1866 John Mackey
1870 Wm. Mays
1874 Wiley Broughton.
AND MORE....
HISTORY OF KNOX COUNTY KENTUCKY
http://www.tcnet.net/ky/knox/decker.html

Wiley married (1) Virginia HAMMOND. Virginia was born on 22 Feb 1848 in Knox Co, KY.

They had the following children:

  279 M i Marshall Gill BROUGHTON was born on 17 Jan 1867 in Barbourville, Knox Co., Kentucky.
  280 M ii George Millard BROUGHTON was born on 7 Jun 1870 in Knox Co, KY. He died on 31 Dec 1948 in poss Boise, Idaho.
        George married Millie STEVENS.
  281 F iii Mary Ellen BROUGHTON was born on 1 Feb 1873 in Knox Co, KY.
  282 M iv Charles Anderson BROUGHTON was born on 6 Jun 1876 in Laurel Co, Kentucky. He died on 7 Oct 1942.

Children:
Mary Julia Broughton b. 9 Nov 1900 in Springdale, Arkansas
Minnie Mae Broughton b. About. 1898
Nettie Myrtle Broughton
Virginia Etta "Virgie" Broughton
Ruby Violet Broughton
        Charles married Hettie L. NEAL on 7 Jan 1897 in Prairie Grove, Washington Co., Arkansas. Hettie was born about 1880 in Washington Co., Arkansas.
  283 F v Nettie Samantha BROUGHTON was born on 6 Jun 1876 in Laurel Co, Kentucky.

Wiley also married (2) Martha ATKINS about 1879. Martha was born about 1849 in Arkansas.

They had the following children:

  284 F vi Dorcas Ida BROUGHTON was born on 12 Feb 1879 in Knox Co, KY. She died on 22 Jul 1887 in Farmington, Washington, Ark.
  285 M vii James Garfield BROUGHTON was born on 5 Jul 1881 in Louisville, Knox Co, Kentucky. He died on 22 Nov 1961 in Arkansas.
  286 M viii John Henry BROUGHTON was born on 4 Aug 1883 in Knox Co, KY.

140. Henry BROUGHTON (William , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born on 5 Apr 1849 in Knox Co, KY. He died on 13 Jul 1920 in Columbus, Ohio.

Henry married Mary WILSON on 15 Jul 1869 in Lawrence Co, Ohio. Mary was born on 15 Nov 1851 in Lawrence Co, Ohio.

They had the following children:

  287 F i Hannah Geneva BROUGHTON was born on 2 Mar 1870 in Lawrence Co, Ohio.
  288 F ii Margaret BROUGHTON was born in 1872.
  289 F iii Eva BROUGHTON was born on 26 Jan 1873 in Lawrence Co, Ohio.
  290 M iv Henry T. BROUGHTON was born on 8 Aug 1878.
  291 M v Charles E. BROUGHTON was born on 9 Mar 1884.
  292 M vi John W. BROUGHTON was born on 30 Sep 1888 in Lawrence Co, Ohio.
  293 M vii Frank BROUGHTON was born on 2 Sep 1890.

143. Thomas Green BROUGHTON (William , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born in Knox Co, KY. He died on 3 Jun 1928 in Lawrence Co, Ohio and was buried in Broughton Cemetery, South Point, Ohio.

Thomas married Pricie Melvina MAYS, daughter of James MAYS and Luda WEBB, on 22 May 1876 in Lawrence Co, Ohio. Pricie was born on 20 Mar 1855 in Clay Co KY. She died on 3 Jun 1928 in South Point, Lawrence Co, OH.

They had the following children:

  294 M i Delbert BROUGHTON
  295 M ii William BROUGHTON
  296 M iii James BROUGHTON was born on 10 Aug 1887 in South Point, Lawrence Co, OH. He died on 9 Oct 1965.
+ 297 F iv Julie Alice BROUGHTON

144. Joseph BROUGHTON (William , Jesse , Job , Willoughby , James , Symond ) was born about 1828 in Kentucky.

1860 Census - This is not proven to be the same Joseph
Jo Braughton 31 1828 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Male
Nancy Braughton 31 1828 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Mary Jane Braughton 9 1850 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Elizabeth Braughton 6 1853 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Rosanah Braughton 3 1856 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female
Mandy Braughton 1.12 Kentucky Payne, Knox, Kentucky Female

Joseph married Nancy. Nancy was born about 1828 in Kentucky.

They had the following children:

  298 F i Mary Jane BROUGHTON was born about 1850 in Kentucky.
  299 F ii Elizabeth BROUGHTON was born about 1853 in Kentucky.
  300 F iii Rosannah BROUGHTON was born about 1856 in Kentucky.
  301 F iv Mandy BROUGHTON was born about 1859 in Kentucky.

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