Charles was not married. He was and educator and at one time was Superintendent of Schools in Lexington, KY
John was Elizabeth's cousin.spouse: Leer, Elizabeth (1833 - 1918)
Julia Anderson was born in Green River, WY. Her parents moved from Wy to Idaho and later to WA. when Julia (Judy) was about 16 years old. Judy worked as a cashier in various Tacoma theaters before her marriage and for about two years thereafter. She also did some cashier work during the war years.spouse: Kenney, Cecil Guy (1911 - )
Anna, was either German or from Holland, because tradition says she could only read her bible in Dutch.spouse: Leer, Henry (? - 1802)
First appears in Henderson County in the 1820 census.spouse: Scott, Phebe
He is listed as Lazarus Bell in the FTM Family Archives, Marriage Index CD #2. May have been born in Virginia.spouse: Dyer, Elizabeth (~1808 - 1860)
1830 Census Union County, Kentucky White Males: White Females: Slaves Female: 1 under 5 yrs of age 1 of 20 + under 30 1 of 10 + under 24 1 of 20 + under 30 1 of 30 + under 40
He owned six or seven hundred acres in that county. (CLB)spouse: Hall, Elizabeth H. (1813 - 1898)
He moved to Kansas about 1856.
He was of Virginia Revolutionary stock. He was a surveyor in early life but later engaged in farming.spouse: Kenney, Sallie Barnett (1786 - )
Died in infancy.
Died in infancy.
In the will of John Culver this name is Barron.spouse: Culver, Elizabeth
Marriage book AA has the marriage as Jan. 28, 1828. (Bob Walker)spouse: Griggs, Clement Rolen (1775 - 1861)
Her name may be Jane Beane.spouse: Griggs, Payton (1800 - 1874)
Linage not proved. Information from Grace Markwell Meierspouse: Hurst, Henry (1659 - 1717)
Before the year 1780, Col. Joseph Beelor was living in Peters township, and owned a tract of land on Chartiers Creek, above the present residence of David G. Phillips, the property now owned by Mr. Phillips and Mrs. Brown. He was actively engaged in the expeditions against the Indians, ranking as colonel under the authority of Virginia until 1781 (by reason of his office of county lieutenant of Yohogania County). He was a justice of the peace under the jurisdiction of Yohogania court, and in 1782 and 1795 was licensed to keep tavern in this township. Col. Beelor passed his life upon his farm in this township. His daughters, Margaret and Mary, settled near him. His only son, Joseph Jr., lived on the farm now occupied by Robert Wilson, on Little Chartiers Creek, adjoining the farm of Moses Coe, He left several children to inherit his property, which was divided equally among them, each receiving a tract of ninety acres. (From CDS)spouse: Hurst, Daughter
http://users.rootsweb.com/~ohbutler/cyc/043.htm Butler County History Ohio Samuel Beeler, a judge of the election in St. Clair Township, $1.25 Samuel Beeler, 2 wolf-scalps, $2.spouse: Hurst, Amelia (1753 - 1831)
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/d/e/c/J-Decamp/BOOK-0001/0001-001 0.html. (From CDS)
Registrar: November the third day 1647spouse: Hurst, William (1573 - )
In the name of God, Amen. I Margory Hurst of Leckhampstead do make and ordayne this my last will and testament in manner and form following: First I give and bequeth my soul in to the hand of Almightie God who gave it (to) me and my bodie to the ground ____ trusting in Jesus Christ to have a joyful resurrection and my word by manner and form following. First I give and bequeth to my sonne William Hurst one feather bed and to his sonne 1 shilling. I give to my daughter Ann Eaton one coverlet being in the chamber and a Holland sheet that she hath alreadie (already) and a pillobar and a towell and a table napkin and her daughter all my best peticotes (petticoats) and her four daughters eche (each) of them a pewter platter and her son a platter. I give to my daughter Susanna one bedstead that I lie upon but my sonne Christopher Hurst is to have the bedstead and the use of it during his lyfe (life) and I give her a great bolster and a brass pot (at this point there are 15 words I can make no sense of) and if my daughter cannot have the bedstead then my son Christopher Hurst is (to) give her even five shillings to buy her another of the one as fine. (At this point someone and her son Henry gets some pewter). My wish is that this is to be paid within one year after my decease and all the rest of my goods movable and immovable I give my sonne Christopher Hurst and do make him full and whole executor to this my will performed. Where unto I have set my hand. Witnessed: Margory Hurst Richard Blackmore (her mark) Michael Bayley
Will: November 03, 1647, Leckhampstead