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|Statement||by Nellie Fern Baker.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J753 1983|
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|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
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Samuel Jolly (b/), of Scottish or French Huguenot lineage, emigrated from Ireland to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, married Letitia Nelson, and died after His son, Nelson Jolly Sr.
(married Sr. Graham in the s, served in the Revolutionary War, moved to Breckenridge County, Kentucky, and died after Download nelson jolly sr and his family of breckinridge county kentucky or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Record Details Catalog Search. Mr. Jolly was an inmate of the fort some two years, when he located two miles west of Hardinsburg, and his family of Breckinridge County lived there until his death, in Nelson Jolly, Jr., his son, was also born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, inand was quite young when the family came to Kentucky.
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There is a very limited amount of information about Nelson Jolly and Anne only tells that they were married, their birth and death dates and that Nelson Jolly had eight. Grandfather George Louis BALL and his brother, Joseph Brumfield BALL married sisters - MARY JOLLY (AUNT POLLY) and Sarah JOLLY, daughters of NELSON JOLLY and BARBARA BARR.
Eighth Generation. Thomas Jefferson BALL (b. - d. ) Breckinridge County, KY. Married to Judith Alice DEJARNETTE Breckinridge County, (b. Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Nelson Jolly on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Trusted by millions of genealogists since Trusted information source for millions of people worldwide.
English. Kentucky Census of Pensioners. June 1, Try our genealogy search engine. The Kentucky Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services with their names, ages, and places of residence, as returned by the marshals of the several Judicial Districts, under the act for taking the sixth census.
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Such was Gen. Hardin, the pioneer of Breckinridge County, and the founder of Hardinsburg, one of the oldest towns () in Kentucky.
He owned a great deal of land at one time in the present counties of Breckinridge, Hardin, Meade, Grayson, Ohio and Hancock, but his house was burned, and thus his deeds and patents were mostly destroyed.
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Nelson Jolly Sr And His Family Of Breckinridge. Breckinridge County Wills, Estates, Deeds Breckinridge County was established in from a portion of Hardin County. When Abraham Lincoln was seven years old, his father, Thomas Lincoln and his family spent a few weeks in Hardinsburg and occupied a small cabin near what is now the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Camp.
Breckinridge County was established in from a portion of Hardin County. When Abraham Lincoln was seven years old, his father, Thomas Lincoln and his family spent a few weeks in Hardinsburg and occupied a small cabin near what is now the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Camp.
The Lincolns left Kentucky by crossing the Ohio River at. Breckinridge County, Kentucky: Surnames (Advertisement) Jr. Press reference book of prominent Kentuckians (Source: Internet Archive) At the end of the trail the story of the journey of Thomas Lincoln and his family through Hardin and Breckinridge Counties, Ky., to Indiana in (Source.
Marriage Register of William Head forBreckinridge County, Kentucky. Michael L. Cook Marriage Record Addenda, Breckinridge County, Kentucky. Michael L. Cook John Mansfield Heirs. Margaret S. Hartman FAMILY RECORDS. Notes on the Moore – Harrison Family of Harrison County, Kentucky.
Reverend Emmett Moore Waits William Glackin. 21 Feb (Deed book C, page ) Abraham McCLELLAN and Elizabeth his wife, to Joshua COOMES for 39 acres on Tuels Creek (Extracted by Carolyn Wimp from BRECKINRIDGE CO, KY RECORDS, Vol 4 by Cook & Cook, Cook Publications) Notes: Joshua was the son of Francis Ignatius Combs, Sr.
of Hardy Co., VA. He and brothers, Henry and Ignatius are listed on the Nelson. Hardinsburg was established in as the seat of government for the newly established Breckinridge County.
The first courthouse was a log house built in Jack Hardin's family book states family members laid out the town without compass or chain in the. Of the pioneers to follow many came through the Cumberland Gap from Virginia and North Carolina. When Kentucky became a state in Hardin County was formed from Nelson County.
Breckinridge County was formed from Hardin County in December of It was named for John Breckinridge of Virginia who was a lawyer and a statesman. The Bardstown Plantation house was built in Nelson County, Kentucky around by Judge John Rowan upon the inspiration of the ballard of Stephen Foster, My Old Kentucky Home.
Foster later visited his cousins in Judge Rowan created patriotic displays just about everywhere inside the house during the construction of it. Published in a book titled, Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Volume V, () Thomas W. Westerfield, pages 37 and The Allen Family.
James Allen, Sr., the progenitor of the Kentucky branch of that distinguished family, was of Scotch descent; he immigrated to America, and the then colony of Pennsylvania, from Ireland, sometime anterior to the Revolutionary war; after spending some time in.
The Bullitt County History Museum, a service of the Bullitt County Genealogical Society, is located in the county courthouse at South Buckman Street (Highway 61) in Shepherdsville, Kentucky.
The museum, along with its research room, is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday. Probate records are held by the Breckinridge County, Kentucky Genealogy Clerk of Court and are housed at the Breckinridge County, Kentucky Genealogy Courthouse.
Microfilmed records can be found online at Kentucky, Probate Records, for Caldwell, Henry, Hickman, Russell and Trimble counties. Captain William Hardin ( – J ) was an American Revolutionary War soldier, farmer, rancher, marksman, hunter, Native American killer, namesake and founder of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, and the premiere pioneer of Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
Hardin, aka "Big Bill" (because of his large stature), and "Indian Bill" (because of his many Native American kills), had black hair, a. On 9 Jul when Charles E. Patterson he first married Margaret R. or H. Jolly, in Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
She was born on 15 Nov Margaret Jolly died in Breckinridge County, Kentucky on 7 Sepshe was Buried in Wilson Jolly Cemetery #2, of Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
Major John Hardin, Sr., born in Northumberland, Virginia; died 13 Oct in Nelson County, was the son of Mark Hardin and Mary married Catherine Marr Abt.
in Stafford County, Virginia. Catherine Marr, born Unknown; died Aft. Notes for Major John Hardin, Sr.: John Hardin moved about to Frederick County. Rachel [Crume] Lucas (daughter of Ralph Sr., and wife of Benedict Lucas Sr., b.d.
Aft. )-- The Lucas family became rather prominent land holders in Breckinridge County, and seemingly would have had headstones and perhaps buried on their own land. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Samuel Seneca “Sam” Spencer Sr.
(–), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Jarbo Cemetery, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by dbc (contributor ). David W. Fairleigh finds a due mede of satisfaction in reverting to Kentucky as the place of his nativity. He was born in Breckinridge county, this state, on the 28th of November,and is a son of James L.
and Jane (Murray) Fairleigh, the former of whom was born in Hardin county, Kentucky, and the latter in Breckinridge county. Conrad and Nancy (Ahl) married in Nelson County, Kentucky October 6, where perhaps they met and lived for the first years of their marriage.
Or perhaps they just eloped to a county where they were not known. Conrad appears occasionally in the early Breckinridge court records; he was named in a couple of lawsuits and served on early juries. His Will (Will Book 1, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky, Page 15) was dated Febru and probated in the May term Married his 1st wife Elizabeth Woodson in Goochland County, Virginia, Novem The ceremony was performed by Matthew Jordan, William;s relative.
DAVIESS CO. KY HISTORIES before "KY, a History of the State" 2nd Edition (Volume), by Perrin, Battle & Kniffin (FHL book D3wt; and from Evelyn Sigler 7/) Pg (Pg), Hancock Co.
JUDGE ROBERT E. DUNCAN, native of Daviess Co. KY, son of John G. and Sarah (Head) Duncan, both parents born in same county & state.
Duncan family are of Scotch descent, and were among. Nelson County was established in from Jefferson Co.,KY was admitted to statehood, and that same year, Washington Co.
was established from Nelson. In /3, Green Co. was established from Lincoln, Nelson, and Hardin from Nelson. In ,Bullitt Co. was established from Jefferson and Nelson; and inSpencer Co was established from Nelson,Shelby and Bullitt. Capt.
WILLIAM HARDIN 2,4,23,29,30,31,32 was born about in Frederick County, Virginia. 3,7 He served in the military in at Capt John Anderson's Company, 5th VA Regt; also served in KY and IL in Revolutionary War. 7 He died on 22 July at the age of 76 in Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
3, DAR Lineage gives year of birth asborn in Augusta Co VA. Captain William Hardin ( - J ) was an American Revolutionary War soldier, farmer, rancher, marksman, hunter, native American killer, namesake and founder of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, and the premiere pioneer of Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
William Hardin, aka “Big Bill” (because of his large stature), and “Indian Bill” (because of his many native American kills), had. Court & Land Records – Breckinridge County, Kentucky George Bruington buys acres on the waters of Sinking Creek, part of William May’s 18, acre survey, for $ Recorded Aug Court Records – Breckinridge County, Kentucky Peter Cashman records his stock mark as a crop off the left ear and two slits.
Dec. At nine years old when his family moved to Breckinridge County, his main job during the move in was probably helping with the livestock. Keeping them together and moving in the right direction was not an easy task.
Mary Ann's family was among the earliest settlers in the region. She was born near Clifton Mills, in Breckinridge County June 7.Family Subtree Diagram: Descendants of Cecilia Dowell () PLEASE NOTE: If you do not see a GRAPHIC IMAGE of a family tree here but are seeing this text instead then it is most probably because the web server is not correctly configured to serve svg pages correctly.