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Burgher, Manson (1790 - )
b. 19 DEC 1790 in Albermarle County, Virginia

father: Burgher, Nicholas(1761 - >1841)
mother: Hardin, Frances(? - 1809)
Burgher, Martha (Patsy) (1785 - 1842)
b. 1785 in Virginia
d. 1842 in Union County, Kentucky

father: Burgher, Nicholas(1761 - >1841)
mother: Smith, Mary (Nancy)(1767 - 1842)
spouse: Culver, John (1775 - 1847)
- m. 31 DEC 1800 in Clark County, Kentucky

----------child: Culver, Nancy (1802 - >1886)
----------child: Culver, Mary (Polly) (1810 - 1888)
----------child: Culver, John Wilson (? - 1846)
----------child: Culver, Patsy
----------child: Culver, Elizabeth
----------child: Culver, Evaline
----------child: Culver, Robert Manson (? - <1846)
----------child: Culver, Johnann
----------child: Culver, Susan Burgher
----------child: Culver, Martha
----------child: Culver, Nicholas Wilson (1819 - )
Burgher, Mary (~1794 - )
b. ABT. 1794

father: Burgher, Nicholas(1761 - >1841)
mother: Hardin, Frances(? - 1809)
Burgher, Miss
b. in Albermarle County, Virginia

father: Burgher, Benjamin(1744 - <1822)
mother: Sowell, Elizabeth
Burgher, Nancy (~1797 - )
b. ABT. 1797

father: Burgher, Nicholas(1761 - >1841)
mother: Hardin, Frances(? - 1809)
Burgher, Nicholas (1761 - >1841)
b. 1761 in Albermarle County, Virginia
d. AFT. OCT 1841 in Union County, Kentuckyl

father: Burger, Manus(<1716 - 1780)
mother: Wheeler, Unknown
He was in the Revolutionary War, died before 1886. He received a pension on claim executed in 1832, for service as a Private under Captains Hill and Morrison, Colonels Heath and Mead, Virginia Line., 7th VA Regiment.
spouse: Smith, Mary (Nancy) (1767 - 1842)
- m. ABT. 1782 in Albermarle County, Virginia

----------child: Burgher, Elizabeth (1782 - <1832)
----------child: Burgher, Martha (Patsy) (1785 - 1842)
----------child: Burgher, Unknown (~1786 - )
spouse: Hardin, Frances (? - 1809)
- m. 1788 in Virginia

----------child: Burgher, Manson (1790 - )
----------child: Burgher, Benjamin (1792 - <1809)
----------child: Burgher, Mary (~1794 - )
----------child: Burgher, Nancy (~1797 - )
spouse: Unknown, Mary
- m. 1810

Burgher, Unknown (~1786 - )
b. ABT. 1786

father: Burgher, Nicholas(1761 - >1841)
mother: Smith, Mary (Nancy)(1767 - 1842)
Burnes, Sarah
spouse: Dyer, Morgan (1809 - 1835)
----------child: Dyer, Mary L.
----------child: Dyer, Addison C.
Burrus, Thomas
spouse: Burgher, Elizabeth (1782 - <1832)
- m. 2 FEB 1798 in Clark County, Kentucky

Campbell, Mary (1722 - )
b. 1722

spouse: Blizzard, John (~1720 - 1799)
----------child: Blizzard, Susanna (1754 - 1843)
Canady, Mona Jewell (1921 - 1981)
b. 1 JAN 1921 in Stillwater, GA
d. DEC 1981

spouse: Brumm, Leo Arthur (1917 - )
- m. 8 MAR 1942 in San Antonio, TX Brooks Field

----------child: Brumm, Karen Louise (private)
----------child: Brumm, Geneva Carol (private)
----------child: Brumm, Leo Theodor (private)
Carroll, Cindy Lynn (private)
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Carter, Rebecca (private)
father: private
mother: private
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Carter, Ronald (private)
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Caruthers, Alfred
spouse: Leer, Amelia (1889 - )
- m. 28 AUG 1913

Casey, Rives
spouse: Dyer, Mary Isabella (1853 - )
Cassel, Catherine
spouse: Leer, John
- m. SEP 1805

Catherine, ?
spouse: Patton, William (? - <1812)
Catherine, ? (~1807 - )
b. ABT. 10 OCT 1807 in Bourbon County, Kentucky
Name may be Catharine Stogsdill, Page 13, 270 Kentucky census
spouse: Kenney, Moses (1784 - )
----------child: Kenney, John Muir
----------child: Kenney, George M. (~1826 - )
----------child: Kenney, William (~1828 - )
----------child: Kenney, Jefferson (~1831 - )
----------child: Kenney, Elizabeth (~1832 - )
----------child: Kenney, Susan M. (~1832 - )
Caton, Anna
spouse: Sparks, Jonas (~1772 - <1805)
- m. 15 OCT 1796

Caton, Joshuah
His name may have been Jesse Caton.
spouse: Sparks, Easter (1770 - )
- m. 20 JAN 1787 in Rowan, North Carolina

Chambers, Larry (private)
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Champ, Martha
spouse: Leer, William (1799 - 1877)
Chloe, Emily
spouse: Kenney, Nathan (1840 - )
- m. in Bourbon County, Kentucky

----------child: Kenney, Duncan (1874 - )
----------child: Kenney, Billy
----------child: Kenney, Johnny
----------child: Kenney, Frank (? - 1946)
----------child: Kenney, Martha
----------child: Kenney, Jim
----------child: Kenney, Izorah
----------child: Kenney, Joe
----------child: Kenney, Sudie
----------child: Kenney, Richard
Cissell, Sara
spouse: Barron, Augustine
----------child: Barron, Nancy Ann
Clanton, Angeline W.
spouse: Griggs, Samuel Nelson (1787 - 1864)
- m. 2 DEC 1809 in Clark County, kentucky

Clanton, John M.
spouse: Griggs, Mary Polly (1808 - 1892)
Clay, Thomas
b. in Union County, Kentucky

spouse: Dyer, Elizabeth (~1808 - 1860)
- m. 19 OCT 1843

Clayton, Henry D.
spouse: Davis, Elizabeth
Clemens, Elizabeth
spouse: Culver, Robert Manson (? - <1846)
----------child: Culver, Frances Marion
----------child: Culver, John Wilson
----------child: Culver, Robert
Cochran, Jennie
spouse: Hurst, Charles Hickerson (1831 - 1905)
- m. BEF. 1881

----------child: Hurst, Carlton (1881 - )
Cochran, Minnie
Fielding and Minnie also had two daughters.
spouse: Hurst, Fielding F. (1870 - )
----------child: Hurst, Edward
Cockrell, Mary
spouse: Duncan, Samuel
----------child: Duncan, Sarah E. (1832 - )
Coffin, Levi (~1826 - )
b. ABT. 1826 in Maine
He was a pilot on a steamboat, and resident of Mt Vernon, Indiana, served in the Federal Army during the Civil War, and came to Union County in 1818.
spouse: Darnell, Fannie (1828 - )
- m. 1861 in Indiana

----------child: Cofin, Emma (1863 - )
Cofin, Emma (1863 - )
b. 25 DEC 1863 in Posey County, IN

father: Coffin, Levi(~1826 - )
mother: Darnell, Fannie(1828 - )
spouse: Griggs, John D. (1852 - 1900)
- m. 2 AUG 1882

----------child: Griggs, Gertrude (1883 - )
----------child: Griggs, Guy D. (1885 - )
Cole, Ann Lewis (private)
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Coleman, Clara
spouse: Dyer, Marshall Thompson (1869 - )
Collins, Ann (1798 - ~1865)
b. 1798
d. ABT. 1865

father: Collins, Jasper
spouse: Brisby, Leonard (1795 - 1865)
- m. 17 NOV 1818 in Wolford County, Kentucky

----------child: Brisby, John Collins (1820 - )
----------child: Brisby, William H. (1821 - 1842)
----------child: Brisby, Henry C. (1825 - 1858)
----------child: Brisby, Washington
----------child: Brisby, George
----------child: Brisby, Susana S. (1833 - 1860)
Collins, Jasper
spouse:
----------child: Collins, Ann (1798 - ~1865)
Conley, Eula
father: Connelly, James M.
mother: Dyer, Nancy(1847 - )
Conley, Grover (1855 - )
b. 1855

father: Connelly, James M.
mother: Dyer, Nancy(1847 - )
Conley, James
father: Connelly, James M.
mother: Dyer, Nancy(1847 - )
Conley, Mattie
father: Connelly, James M.
mother: Dyer, Nancy(1847 - )
Conley, Verna (1871 - 1918)
b. 1871
d. 1918

father: Connelly, James M.
mother: Dyer, Nancy(1847 - )
Connelly, James M.
spouse: Dyer, Nancy (1847 - )
- m. 1870

----------child: Conley, Grover (1855 - )
----------child: Conley, Verna (1871 - 1918)
----------child: Conley, Mattie
----------child: Conley, Eula
----------child: Conley, James
Cook, Russell "Rusty" (private)
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Coons, Martin
(From CDS.)
spouse: Crim, Jemima
- m. 16 JAN 1804 in Fayette County, Kentucky

Cooper, Mary Ann (1821 - )
b. 1821 in Kentucky

father: Cooper, William M.
mother: Frances, Adeline
spouse: Brisby, John Collins (1820 - )
- m. 15 JUN 1845 in Jefferson County, Kentucky

----------child: Brisby, James William (1846 - )
----------child: Brisby, Virginia (1851 - )
----------child: Brisby, Benjamin Franklin (1854 - ~1935)
----------child: Brisby, Richard Anderson (1857 - 1915)
----------child: Brisby, Susan M. (1861 - )
----------child: Brisby, Ann E. (1865 - )
Cooper, William M.
spouse: Frances, Adeline
----------child: Cooper, Mary Ann (1821 - )
Couch, Benjamin Clark (1917 - )
b. 3 OCT 1917 in Kansas City , MO

father: Couch, Benjamine Franklin(1895 - )
mother: Kenney, Clara(1895 - )
spouse: Summerville, Norma Jean (private)
----------child: Couch, Dennis Clark (private)
Couch, Benjamine Franklin (1895 - )
b. 1 JAN 1895 in Belton, MO

spouse: Kenney, Clara (1895 - )
- m. 13 JUN 1914

----------child: Couch, Benjamin Clark (1917 - )
Couch, Dennis Clark (private)
father: Couch, Benjamin Clark(1917 - )
mother: private
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Cowan, Emma
spouse: Hurst, Francis Marion (1854 - 1875)
----------child: Hurst, Luna
----------child: Hurst, Ora
----------child: Hurst, Ollie
----------child: Hurst, Alma
Cowger, George (? - 1788)
d. 1788

spouse: Hawes, Hannah Dyer (1755 - 1852)
- m. 1778

----------child: Cowger, Hannah
----------child: Cowger, Henry
----------child: Cowger, John
Cowger, Hannah
father: Cowger, George(? - 1788)
mother: Hawes, Hannah Dyer(1755 - 1852)
Cowger, Henry
father: Cowger, George(? - 1788)
mother: Hawes, Hannah Dyer(1755 - 1852)
Cowger, John
father: Cowger, George(? - 1788)
mother: Hawes, Hannah Dyer(1755 - 1852)
Crane, Mary Sarah Sally (1776 - 1845)
b. 21 MAY 1776 in Virginia
d. 20 JUL 1845 in Homer, Rush County, Illinois
Have found this woman's name as Mary, Sarah and Sally. (From CDS)
spouse: Hurst, Landon (1776 - 1863)
- m. 26 SEP 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky

----------child: Hurst, Fielding (1802 - )
----------child: Hurst, Elizabeth Ann
----------child: Hurst, Eleanor
----------child: Hurst, Savanna
----------child: Hurst, Emmons
----------child: Hurst, Margaret
----------child: Hurst, Rebecca
----------child: Hurst, James (1809 - )
Craven, Hannah (1762 - )
b. 1762

father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
spouse: Evans, Josiah
Craven, James (1773 - )
b. 12 APR 1773

father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
James became a brick mason as a child (apprentice) in Staunton. He became ill and returned to his mother, later taken to Kentucky.
spouse: Love, Ann
- m. in Green County TN

Craven, John (~1739 - 1778)
b. ABT. 1739
d. 25 JUL 1778

spouse: Hiatt, Margaret (1736 - >1782)
- m. ABT. 1759 in Rockingham County, Virginia

----------child: Craven, Hannah (1762 - )
----------child: Craven, Mary
----------child: Craven, William (1766 - 1826)
----------child: Craven, Robert
----------child: Craven, Ruth
----------child: Craven, Joseph (1769 - )
----------child: Craven, James (1773 - )
----------child: Craven, Peggy (1775 - )
Craven, Joseph (1769 - )
b. 20 MAY 1769

father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
In 1810 Dennis Lanaham deeded Jospeh 470 acres of the Cook's Creek land, which he divided (see pages 341-43 of Settlers of the Long Grey Trail by Harrison).
spouse: Nickle, Polly
Craven, Mary
father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
spouse: Hemphill, Sam
----------child: Craven, Ruth
----------child: Hemphill, Robert
----------child: Hemphill, Mary
----------child: Hemphill, John
----------child: Hemphill, Samuel
Craven, Peggy (1775 - )
b. 26 AUG 1775

father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
spouse: Stapp, Joseph
Craven, Robert
father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
Robert was 15 years old at the time of his father's death. Administration of the estate was given to Margaret and Robert Craven's brother, John.

Craven, Ruth
father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
Craven, William (1766 - 1826)
b. 2 FEB 1766
d. 1826

father: Craven, John(~1739 - 1778)
mother: Hiatt, Margaret(1736 - >1782)
spouse: Harrison, Jean
Crawford, ?
spouse: Neel, Susan Ann (1823 - 1867)
- m. BEF. 1851

Crawford, Manuel
spouse: Dale, Christine
Crawford, Mary Jane (1862 - )
b. 2 FEB 1862 in Salem. Marion, IL
LDS Records # 274M-TV

Names also referenced are Lillie, Frederick, and Travers

spouse: Dyer, George Frederick (1856 - )
----------child: Dyer, Fred Owen (1881 - )
----------child: Dyer, Cordie Ellen (1882 - )
----------child: Dyer, Travis Lawson (1885 - )
----------child: Dyer, Ann Gertrude (1887 - )
----------child: Dyer, Beryle Arbuckle (1890 - )
----------child: Dyer, Ruby (1894 - )
----------child: Dyer, Raymond (1894 - )
----------child: Dyer, Lucy May (1897 - )
----------child: Dyer, Lewis A (1898 - )
----------child: Dyer, Mary Loraine (1899 - )
Craycraft, Molly
spouse: Dale, Isaac Lee (1883 - 1944)
----------child: Dale, Ernest
----------child: Dale, Christine
Crim, Benjamin
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Wayman, Elizabeth
- m. 22 DEC 1825 in Fayette County, Kentucky

Crim, Elias
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
Elias CRIM appeared on the census in 1830 in Fayette Co., KY. He was placed in this family thru the records of Vickie Davis [email protected]@netunlimited.net on 19 Oct 1998. He was the son of Joseph CRIM and Delila HURST. (FromCDS)
spouse: Hurst, Mary Blevins (<1787 - )
- m. 24 FEB 1807 in Fleming County, Kentucky

Crim, Fielding (1787 - 1864)
b. 1787
d. 1864 in Fayette County, Kentucky

father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Pulliam, Winifred
- m. 2 JUN 1809 in Fayette County, Kentucky

----------child: Crim, George Washington
Crim, George Washington
father: Crim, Fielding(1787 - 1864)
mother: Pulliam, Winifred
Crim, James (1792 - 1835)
b. 9 MAY 1792
d. 1835 in Henry County, Kentucky

father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Vallandingham, Parthenia
- m. 15 JAN 1814 in Fayette County, Kentucky

Crim, Jemima
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Coons, Martin
- m. 16 JAN 1804 in Fayette County, Kentucky

Crim, Joel
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Vallandingham, Eliza
- m. 1 MAR 1822 in Fayette County, Kentucky

Crim, Jospeh (1760 - 1827)
b. 1760
d. 1827
He was mentioned in the Will of Rosannah Hurst as son-in-law in 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. He was also identified as being in this family thru the records of Vickie Davis <[email protected]@netunlimited.net> on 18 Oct 1998. (All information on Crim is from Charlotte Doyle Smith)
spouse: Hurst, Delila (~1760 - 1847)
- m. BEF. 1787

----------child: Crim, Fielding (1787 - 1864)
----------child: Crim, Jemima
----------child: Crim, Elias
----------child: Crim, James (1792 - 1835)
----------child: Crim, Peter
----------child: Crim, William
----------child: Crim, Joel
----------child: Crim, Martin (1797 - 1867)
----------child: Crim, Benjamin
----------child: Crim, Lewis
Crim, Lewis
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Duvall, Susan
- m. 31 DEC 1826 in Clark County, Kentucky

Crim, Martin (1797 - 1867)
b. 7 NOV 1797
d. 14 NOV 1867 in Knox County, Missouri

father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
spouse: Feamster, Mary Margaret
- m. 21 NOV 1822 in Clark County, Kentucky

Crim, Peter
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
Crim, William
father: Crim, Jospeh(1760 - 1827)
mother: Hurst, Delila(~1760 - 1847)
Crockett, Martha R.
b. in Fayette County, Kentucky

father: Crockett, N.
spouse: Graves, Harvey C.
- m. 1837

----------child: Graves, Eleanor W.
----------child: Graves, Isadora
Crockett, N.
b. in Fayette County, Kentucky

spouse:
----------child: Crockett, Martha R.
Cromwell, Mary Virginia (1872 - 1947)
b. 16 JAN 1872
d. 31 OCT 1947
Her linage goes back to Lord Oliver Cromwell. (DGS)
spouse: Griggs, John Minor (1864 - 1942)
- m. 28 OCT 1890

----------child: Griggs, John Nicholas II (1891 - 1977)
----------child: Griggs, Robert (1893 - 1970)
----------child: Griggs, William (1895 - 1918)
----------child: Griggs, Mary Pamelia (1896 - 1977)
----------child: Griggs, Roland Marshall (1898 - 1974)
----------child: Griggs, Luvina (1900 - )
----------child: Griggs, Oliver Cromwell (1902 - 1903)
----------child: Griggs, Clifford Shopbell (1904 - 1965)
----------child: Griggs, Truman Curtis (1909 - 1983)
----------child: Griggs, Alice Virginia (1911 - 1992)
Culver, Elizabeth
father: Culver, John(1775 - 1847)
mother: Burgher, Martha (Patsy)(1785 - 1842)
spouse: Barren, Wallter
----------child: Barren, John C.
----------child: Barren, Annarester
Culver, Evaline
father: Culver, John(1775 - 1847)
mother: Burgher, Martha (Patsy)(1785 - 1842)
spouse: King, ?
Culver, Frances Marion
father: Culver, Robert Manson(? - <1846)
mother: Clemens, Elizabeth
Culver, Grace Elizabeth
spouse: Brisby, Richard Anderson (1895 - 1984)
- m. 20 APR 1921

----------child: Brisby, Ethel Lois (1924 - 1991)
----------child: Brisby, James Richard (private)
----------child: Brisby, Margaret Elizabeth (private)
----------child: Brisby, Charles Anderson (private)
----------child: Brisby, Benjamin Franklin (private)
----------child: Brisby, Gilbert Culver (private)
----------child: Brisby, Donald McElroy (private)
----------child: Brisby, Carolyn (private)
----------child: Brisby, Prentice (private)
----------child: Brisby, Frieda Jane (private)
----------child: Brisby, Frances Lee (private)
Culver, John (1775 - 1847)
b. 1775 in Somerset, Maryland
d. 1 JAN 1847 in Hitesville Precinct, Kentucky

father: Culver, Robert
mother: Wilkerson, Joanna
Came to Union county 1854 after assisting pioneering Estill County.

He was a veteran of the War of 1812. CPT of Militia, Estill Co. (Bios of Union Co.)

Dated, November 21st 1841, PG 460, 461, Culver John Will. I John Culver the father of Robert Culver do wish Robert Culver his son to have the tract of land which he now lives on. The tract of land contains ninety seven acres and a half. The right of the aforesaid land lies with me and Martha Culver his mother and if should die I want Robert Culver my son to have a title to the aforesaid land. I also want Nancy Griggs my daughter to have a negro girl named Rachel. I also want Johnann my daughter to have a negro boy named Willice. I also Mary Griggs my daughter to have a negro boy named Levi. I also want Walter Barron my son-in-law to have tow (two) dollars and a half in money. I also want Martha Floyd my daughter to have a negro boy named ???. I also want Susan Burgher my daughter to have a negro girl named Amy. I also want Evaline my daughter to have the first child that is born an lives. I also want her to made equal part in the immovable property with those that are married. I also want Walter Barrons tow (two) children John C. Barron and Annarester? Barron to have half the legacy that one of the other legattes gets. I also want Evaline Culver my daughter to have fifty acres of land lying on the northeast side of my farm joining Nicholas Burgher farm and also (also) Clement N. Buckman Farm. I also (also) want Nicholas Culver my son to have the place I now live in which contains two hundred and thirty eight acres after taking the fifty acres off for Evaline at his mothers death. I allso (also) want Nicholas Culver my son to have a negro man named Harrison at his mothers death. I allso want Nicholas Culver my son to live on the place with his mother and take care of her as long she lives. I also want Martha Culver my wife to have a Negro woman Lucy and a negro woman named Milly and negro woman named Mariah and a negro boy named Le-or and a negro boy named Troy and a negro boy named Henry until her death and then she can do as she pleases with them and all their increase this was my last testimony and will this given from under ??????? my hand this day and date.

John Culver List Robert Brink Sarah Crawford, X (her mark)

I John Culver of the county of Union, State if Kentucky declare the above with the alterations I now make to be my last will and testament. First I wish the land that is willed my son Robert DEC (deceased) to be divided between his two sons Frances Marion Culver and John Wilson Culver. I want all the property willed to my departed wife Martha Culver to be equally divided between all the legitimate except my son Robert Culver tow daughters. I hereby appoint my son Nicholas Culver my executor to see that the above is faithfully employed with I wish my daughter Nancy Griggs to have a Negro girl named Avie and pay back to the estate one half of her value. I wish John Wilson Culver when he becomes of age to have a horse saddle and bridle of my estate. Given under my this 25 day of April 1846. John Culver

PG 462 Vist. Wm Morrison Joseph M. Cromwell

At a county court holden for Union county at the court house in Morganfield on the 28 day of May 1846. This Last will and testament of John Culver deceased with the codicil their annexed now produced in court and the said codicil was proved by the callers of William Morrison and Joseph W. Cromell the ??????? Witnesses there to and the said William Morrison and Joseph W. Cromwell. Further made oath that at the time of executing said codicil by said John Culver the will was read over to him and he declared the ????? With the alterations made by the dodicil to be his last will and testament in the presence of each other whereupon said will and codicil was ordered to be recorded which was done. Attest James R. Hughes

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One mattress - Joseph Bissell - $ .37, One Spade - S. King- $.12, 1 ????????? - Bess Bowles - $.25, 1 lot of old Irons - S. King - $.50, OX ring + Staple - E. M. Buckman - $.12, ??????????? - E. M. Buckman - $.50, 3 Sythes - John Buntain - $.50, 1 Box of Sundries - Thos J. Robb - $.25, 1 Lifet Chain - E. Boon - $.50 1 Axe - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, 1 Axe - John Scott - $.40, 1 Old Axe - E.M. Buckman - $.12, 1 set hind gear - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, 1set hind gear - Thomas J. Robb - $1.25, 1 set hand gear - Minor Griggs - $1.62, 1 set hand gear - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, 1 set hand gear - E. M. Buckman - $.25, Hip Straps - Elisha Thompson - $.25, 1 cross cut saw - John Floyd - $2.25, 1 pit saw - John Floyd - $1.62, blacksmiths tools - Hollis Culver - $15.50, flax hacker - E. M. Buckman - $.06, kerry plough - Ben Bowles - $.25, large plough - E. M. Buckman - $1.37 large plough - E. M. Buckman - $ 1.00, large plough - E. M. Buckman - $.12, two large plough - E. M. Buckman - $.68, 1 Old Plow - E. Boon - $.12 , Wagon Stretchers - E.M. Buckman - $2.12, Large ??? - S. King - $2.25, Big Wheel - Mrs. Berry - $1.25, Flax Wheel - S. King - $1.25, Flax Wheel - Mary Griggs - $1.40 1 Reel - Peter Abess - $.50, Waffle Iron - James Kid - $.87, Waffle Iron - James Kid - $.75, Borring Auger - Andrew - $.30, Sythe + Cradle - S. King - $1.00, Big Wheel - Ben Bowles - $2.00, Flax Hacker - Mary Griggs - $.50, Sythe + Cradle - E. M. Buckman - $2.00, Stone ??? - Will Willett - $.10, Stone ??? - Will Willett - $.10, Stone Jars - John Scott - $.10, #226 One Bucket - E. M. Buckman - $.20, Brass Kettle - E. M. Buckman - $.30, Bucket - John Floyd - $.20, Churn - E. M. Buckman - $.25, Lot of Ovens - Lewis Leonard, $.06 , Iron Bowl - Mary Griggs - $.15, Tray + Sifter - E. M. Buckman - $.37, Cotton Cords - Mary Griggs - $.30, Locks Charin - S. King - $1.50, Grind Stone - E. M. Buckman - $.12, Scaler - William Cooper - $5.00, Wash Tub + barrel - E. M. Burckman - .25, Loom - S. King - $4.50, Reel - J. Burstairs - $.35, 2 Reel - S. Spoarsgan - $.25, 1 Reel - S. Spoarsgan - $.12, 1 Coffee Mill - E. M. Buckman - $.12, Pan - E. M. Buckman - $.12, 1 Wagon - S. King - $12.00, 100 Bushels Corn - Wm Pritchell - $25.00, 100 Bushels Corn - E. M. Buckman - $21.00, 50 Bushels Corn - Mrs. Berry - $10.00, 50 Bushels Corn - S. J. Robb - $10.00, Balance Corn - E. M. Buckman - $42.00, Box - John Floyd - $.06, Lot of Flax - Mrs. Berry - $1.25, Tobacco - S. King - $42.75, Brown Mare - E. M. Buckman - $29.00, Brown Horse - E. M. Buckman - $44.00, Old Brown Mare - J. Burstairs - $13.25, Old Bay Horse - James M. Higgins -$12.12, Ball Horse - Will Willett - $19.25, Young Bay Mare - John Floyd - $23.12, Young Bar Horse - S. King - $12.25, White Lefed Sorrel Colt - Tho B. Spalding - $13.12, Little Bay Colt - Tho B. Spalding - $13.12, Sorrel Colt - Tho B. Spalding - $12.37, Sorrel Colt - Tho B. Spalding - $13.00, Old Bluster - E. M. Buckman - $10.50, Young Black Heifer - S. C. Willett - $7.50, Speckled Heifer - h. Munchhoff - $5.50, Speckled Heifer - E. M. Buckman - $4.75, Red Heifer - James Phipps - $5.75, White Back Heifer - James Phipps - $6.00, One White Backed Heifer - H. Munchhoff - $5.75, One White Backed Heifer - Saml Duese - $6.00, One White Backed Heifer - E. Boon - $6.00, 2 Young Steers - H. Munchoff - $10.10, 2 Young Steers - H. Munchoff - $8.00, 2 Young Steers - H. Munchoff - $8.37, 1 Young Steer - H. Munchoff - $2.50, 1 Brindle Heifer - E. Boon - $5.06, 1 Small heifer - E. Boon - $3.37, 1 Spotted Heifer - H. Munchoff - $3.00, Black Cow + Calf - E. M. Buckman - $11.00, 17 Head of Sheep - E. Boon - $17.00, Lot of Hogs - Peter Abess - $32.50, Mans Saddle - E. W. Allen - $4.62, Womans Saddle - John Floyd - $10.00, Stand Sabre - Mary Griggs - $1.25, Stand Sabre - E. M. Buckman - $.90, 1 Chest - E. M. Buckman - $3.25, 1 Press - E. M. Buckman - $9.75, 1 Press - Minor Griggs - $6.00, 1 Clock - E. M. Buchman - $2.62, 1 Table - John Floyd - $4.62, 1 ????? Clock - Ben Bowles - $2.12, Cupboard - E. M. Buckman - $3.00, Sugar Chest - John Floyd - $2.00, Shot Gun - E. Boon - $3.25, 5 Windsor Chairs - E. M. Buckman - $2.50, 2 Split Bottom - Mrs Berry - $.50, Sack of Coffee - Minor Griggs - $7.50, Breakfast Table - E. M. Buckman - $2.50, Tea Brand - E. M.Buckman - $1.12, Lot of Tableware - E. M. Buckman - $3.12, Iron Kettle - E. M. Buckman - $1.87, Grid Iron - E. M. Buckman - $.31, Dinner Pot + Hooks - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, Tea Kettles + oven - E. M. Buckman - $.25, 1 Kettle - John Burstain - $2.37, 1 Jar - E. M. Buckman - $.10, Bag of Shot - Cornelius Boon - $1.25, 1 Rifle + Gun - Sam King - $9.00, 1 Basket - John Floyd - $.12, Bedstead Bed - E. Boon - $8.00, Dog Iron - E. M. Buckman - $.12, Small Bed - E. M. Buckman - $.50,

#228 At a county court Holden for Union County at the Courthouse in Morganfield on the 19th day of November 1849. This list of sales of the estate of John Culver, deceased was returned into court by the executor and was by the court, ordered to be recorded- which was done accordingly.

Attest James R. Hughes 6.U.66

Culver J. additional list of sales made by Nicholas Culver Expr and home of John Culver dead on the 1st day of January 1847. Lot of wool - E. Boon - $4.62, Lot of Books - Aron Waller - $.30, Bedstead, Bed - Minor Griggs - $12.00, Table cloth - E. M. Buckman - $.45, Table cloth - Mrs. Berry - $.35, Table cloth - John Floyd - $.40, Table cloth - Minor Griggs - $.30, 2 Pillow Cases - Mrs. Berry - $.12, 2 Blankets - John Floyd - $1.25, Blankets - E. M. Buckman - $1.25, Roll Quilt - Mrs. Berry - $.75, Bed + Furniture - E. M. Buckman - $9.75, Bed + Furniture - John Floyd - $11.75, Dog Irons + shovel - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, Barrel of soap - Mrs. Berry - $1.30, Barrel of soap - Mary Griggs - $1.17 Barrel of feathers - S. King - $.37, Empty Barrel - E. M. Buckman - $.12, Candle Stick - E. M. Buckman - $12, Tongs - W. Dyer - $1.00, Bee Stand #1 - E. M. Buckman - $1.00, Bee Stand #2 - S. King - $1.62, Bee Stand #3 - Mary Griggs - $2.00, Bee Stand #4 - John Floyd - $1.60, Lot of Geese .20 each - Mrs Berry - $4.80, Lot of Bacon - E. M. Buckman - $2.00, 50 lbs of Bacon - John Floyd - $2.00, 50 lbs of Bacon - Mrs. Berry - $2.00, Turkeys - E. M. Buckman - $.75, Carpet - E. M. Buckman - .51, Full Amt $896.11, N. W. Culver executor of John Culver Deceased

#229 One Lot of Corn - George Floyd - $27.50, One Lot of Corn - Thomas Austin - $21.12 100lbs Bacon - N. Culver - $4.00, 40 lbs Lard - N. Culver - $1.80, 100 Bushels of Cord - N. Culver - $18.00, 1 Negro Man- Larvis - Mary Griggs - $522.00, 1 Negro Man ???? - John Floyd - $585.25, 1 Negro Maria + child - Simon P. King - $500.00 1 Negro Woman ????? - Nicholas Culver - $50.00, 1 Negro Man, Tom - Simon P. King - $150.00, 1 Negro Man, Henry - Nicholas Culver - $512.50, 1 Negro Man, Eli - JohnAnn Berry - $136.25, 1 Negro Man, David - S. P. King - $85.00, Half the value of Amy, willed to M. Griggs - $125.00, Full Amt $3,143.92, N. W. Culver, executor of John Culver Deceased

At a county court Holden for Union County at the Courthouse in the town of Morganfield on the 19th day of November, 1849 - This additional list of sales of the estate of John Culver deceased was returned into court by the executor + was by the court examined + ordered to be recorded, which was done accordingly - attest James R. Hughes

This is my wife's notes: 1st Will, Nov 21st 1841, between 1841 + 1846, Martha (wife) 2nd Will, Apr 25th 1846, + Robert (son) deceased 3rd Will, May 28th 1846, States John Culver Deceased John Culver, b. 1775, d. Jan 1st 1847 ? See will pg 462 Married 31 Dec 1800 to Martha Burgher b. 1785, d. 1842 Children mentioned in will: 1. Robert Culver, Son 2. Nancy (Griggs), Daughter 3. Johnann (Berry), Daughter 4. Mary (Griggs), Daughter 5. Martha (Floyd), Daughter 6. Evaline (King), Daughter 7. Nickholas W. Culver, Son 8. Walter Barron, Son-In-Law, was Elizabeth, Daughter, already dead as she is not mentioned.????? 9. Susan (Burgher), Daughter #1 Robert has 3 sons mentioned. 1. Pg 460, Robert Culver, 2. Pg 461, Frances Marion Culver, 3. Pg 361, John Wilson Culver. Two daughters - not named. #8. Walter Barron had two children. 1. Pg 461, John C. Barron this information is from Bob Walker, 10/1998.

spouse: Burgher, Martha (Patsy) (1785 - 1842)
- m. 31 DEC 1800 in Clark County, Kentucky

----------child: Culver, Nancy (1802 - >1886)
----------child: Culver, Mary (Polly) (1810 - 1888)
----------child: Culver, John Wilson (? - 1846)
----------child: Culver, Patsy
----------child: Culver, Elizabeth
----------child: Culver, Evaline
----------child: Culver, Robert Manson (? - <1846)
----------child: Culver, Johnann
----------child: Culver, Susan Burgher
----------child: Culver, Martha
----------child: Culver, Nicholas Wilson (1819 - )
Culver, John Wilson (? - 1846)
d. 1846

father: Culver, John(1775 - 1847)
mother: Burgher, Martha (Patsy)(1785 - 1842)
Will: 18 !pr 1846. Probated: Updated. Heirs: mother, Martha; Children; Robert; Nicholas; Nancy Griggs; Hohnann Culver; marry Griggs; Martha Floyd; Susan Burgher; Evaline Culver. (Abstracts from Will Books A-Y, Union County, KY.
spouse: Peters, Catherine
Culver, John Wilson
father: Culver, Robert Manson(? - <1846)
mother: Clemens, Elizabeth
Culver, John Wilson
father: Culver, Nicholas Wilson(1819 - )
mother: Hall, Elizabeth
Culver, Johnann
father: Culver, John(1775 - 1847)
mother: Burgher, Martha (Patsy)(1785 - 1842)
spouse: Berry, ?
Culver, Julia
father: Culver, Nicholas Wilson(1819 - )
mother: Hall, Elizabeth
Culver, Martha
father: Culver, John(1775 - 1847)
mother: Burgher, Martha (Patsy)(1785 - 1842)
spouse: Floyd, ?

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