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Davis and Related Families

Boucher, Bryant, Davis, Downs, Duncan, Estes, Farris,

Lamb, Oldham, Parker, Richardson, Roberts, Shadwick

Boucher

1. William Boucher was born about 1770 in Virginia and died before 1850 in Hancock County, Kentucky. He married Amelia "Milly" Farris on March 1, 1791 in Madison County, Kentucky. She was born about 1773 and died before 1845. William and Amelia are the parents of the following child:

2. Phebe Boucher was born on February 17, 1807 in Kentucky and died May 8, 1859 in Hancock County, Kentucky. She married Jonus Richardson January 2, 1823 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He was born about 1800 and died before 1840. Tradition says that Jonus went to California during the gold rush and never returned. I have no proof of that but Phebe did remarry and have more children with that husband. Phebe and Jonus are the parents of Richard Richardson who married Nancy Ann Richardson and their child is George Richardson who married Annie B. Parker. Their daughter is Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis.

Bryant/Briant

Quakers entered Union County South Carolina in the mid 1750's and settled throughout southern parts of the county from Cross Keys to Sedalia in the west at what later became known as Santuc and Carlislein in the east. The Quakers established two churches: Padgetts Creek Church at Sedalia and and Cane Creek Church at Santuc. Many Quakers left between 1800 and 1810 and went to Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky because they disagreed with the large scale plantation slavery that was being developed. The Lamb Family that intermarried with some of the Bryants located in the Piedmont Region of Northwestern South Carolina in Union County. In the early 1700's the area that became Union County was occupied by the Cherokee Nation. The first European settlers arrived in the 1750's and Union County was established in 1785.

1. John Briant was born 1775 in Virginia and died about 1855 in Gibson County, Tennessee. He married Frances "Fannie" Nance in South Carolina. Frances was born about 1770 in Pendleton district, South Carolina and died about 1860 in Gibson County, Tennessee. She is the daughter of Zachariah Nance and Mary Polly Brown. This information is taken from Indian Papers of the family. John and Frances Briant are the parents of:

2. Mary Polly Bryant was born 1798 in Union County, South Carolina and died 1879 Gibson County, Tennessee. She is buried at Poplar Springs Cemetery in Gibson County, Tennessee according to her Indian Papers. This Indian family is part of the Cherokee Tribe. Mary married 1818 in Daviess County, Kentucky to Robert Lamb a Quaker, born 1795 in Union County, South Carolina. They were in the Daviess County 1860 Census and moved to Tennessee after that time. They are the parents of:

1. William H. Lamb

2. Nancy Lamb

3. Jane Lamb

3. William H. Lamb was born about 1827 and married married Nancy Jane Oldham October 30, 1849 in Daviess County, Kentucky in the City of Owensboro. Nancy Jane Oldham was born about 1830 and is the daughter of George Oldham and Elizabeth Chambers. William and Nancy are not found in the 1850 Kentucky census. Nancy Jane Lamb is found in the 1860 Daviess County, Kentucky Census but her husband is not included. She lived next door to her in-laws Robert Lamb and Mary "Polly" Briant Lamb who were both born in South Carolina in 1795. William died between 1856 and 1860 since his last child was born in 1856. Nancy died after 1870 since she is listed in the 1870 Daviess County Census. William and Nancy Lamb are the parents of the following children:

1. Nester Columbus Lamb was born 1849.

2. Samuel Lamb was born 1851.

3. John C. Lamb was born 1853.

4. Malinda Delpherine "Delia" Lamb was born March 10, 1855 and died June 17, 1910 in Daviess County where she is buried at Old Macedonia-Lamb Cemetery. She married George B. Jewell February 20, 1867 in Daviess County and he is the son of Elijah Jackson and Pheobe Jewell.

*5. Sarah Jane Lamb was born 1856.

4. Sarah Jane Lamb born September 18, 1856 in Daviess County, Kentucky married William Thomas Davis on February 6, 1876 in Daviess County. See Davis Family below for more information.

Davis

1. William H. Davis was born in Virginia between 1770/1780, and married Sarah there around 1805. She was also born in Virginia around 1787. They crossed the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky and settled in Henderson County between 1816 and 1819. William is listed in the Henderson County 1820 census with the entire family consisting of eight members. In 1840 William H and Sarah lived with their son William L Davis in Henderson County. William H. Davis died sometime in 1850. William's wife and children can be found in the 1850 Henderson County census. The family lived in the Delaware community near Hebbardsville. William and Sarah Davis had the following children:

*1. William L. "Billy" Davis born March 28,1806 in Virginia and died April 17, 1873, married Jane Downs May 23, 1843. buried at Cash Creek Cemetery near Hebbardsville.

2.Mary "Polly" H. Davis born September 4, 1808 in Virginia and died September 21, 1872 in Henderson, never married.

3. Elizabeth Pettus Davis born August 7, 1811 in Virginia and died April 1, 1883, never married.

4. John W. Davis born March 27, 1814 in Virginia, married Sally Overby on October 29, 1850 in Henderson County, Kentucky. He died before June 19, 1865 in Henderson.

5. Samuel A. Davis born November 1816 in Virginia, died Henderson County, Kentucky.

6. Sarah Francis Davis born April 3, 1819 in Henderson County, Kentucky, married in same county on June 1, 1837 to John R. Biggs.

7. Amelia J. Davis born April 9, 1823 in Henderson County, Kentucky and died July 26, 1892. She married in same county to Elias Willingham on January 6, 1840. Buried at Ridgewood Cemetery near Spottsville.

8. James J. Davis born September 25, 1826 in Henderson County, Kentucky, died February 16, 1896 at poor farm in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married September 14, 1876 to Amanda Rafferty in Henderson County.

 

2. William L. "Billy" Davis was born March 28, 1806 in Virginia, married Jane Downs May 23, 1843 in Daviess County, Kentucky. They lived in Henderson County in the Deleware neighborhood which boarders the Daviess County line. Jane Downs was born July 4, 1818 in Daviess County, Kentucky and is the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Downs. William died April 17, 1873 and Jane died October 3, 1887, both in Henderson County. They are buried there at Cash Creek Cemetery next to the church. William's tombstone reads "age 67 years and 20 days". Jane's tombstone reads "Our father and mother are gone, They lie beneath the soil, Dear parents tho we miss you much, We trust you are with God". William L. and Jane Davis are the parents of the following children:

1. Sarah Elizabeth Davis born March 26, 1844 in Henderson County, Kentucky and died December 18, 1903 in Mclean County. She married She married Alexander Hamlett Sandefur November 6, 1860 in Henderson County. He is the son of Samuel A. Sandefuer and Obedience Collier Obanan and was born January 11, 1836 and died December 15, 1897. Buried at Travis Cemetery in Daviess County.

2. Mary Jane Davis born 1846 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

3. Martha L. Davis born 1848 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

*4. William Thomas Davis born February 22, 1850 in Henderson County, Kentucky. He married Sarah Jane Lamb December 5, 1876 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

5. Eliza Davis born 1852 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

6. John Davis born 1855 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

7. James Harlan Davis born 1858 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

8. Ellen E. Davis born 1861 in Henderson County, Kentucky.

 

3.William Thomas Davis born February 22, 1850 in Henderson County, Kentucky married Sarah Jane Lamb December 5, 1876 in Daviess County, Kentucky. Sarah was born September 18, 1856 to William H. Lamb and Nancy Jane Oldham in Daviess County, Kentucky. William and Sarah Davis moved to Mclean County and purchased land in Livermore around 1907. William died July 16, 1936 and Sarah died October 28, 1925, both in Mclean County, and both are buried there at Livermore in Oak Hill Cemetery. They have no Markers on their graves. William and Sarah owned a farm in the Curdsville area in Daviess County. The farm originally was owned by Sarah's parents William and Nancy Lamb. William and Sarah Davis sold 40 acres of the farm in 1879 to William and Belle Brown for the sum of $500. In 1880 they sold a tract of land containing 16 3/4 acres to John C. Lamb, Sarah's brother. Their father, who was deceased, had indicated these wishes in his will. Their mother, Nancy Jane Oldham Lamb, described in her will an additional tract containing 42 acres to be left to her son John C. Lamb. He purchased it for $40.50. William and Sarah Davis moved to Mclean County and purchased land in Livermore around 1907. William and Sarah were farmers and they moved to Mclean County for the work offered in local chair factories. They are the parents of the following children:

1. William Clay Davis born January 1, 1879 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Lula Rosa Daugherty April 15, 1910 in Mclean County. Lula was born May 31, 1890 in Ohio County, Kentucky to Alfred Judson Daugherty and Luellen Palestine Kessinger. William Clay died August 27, 1961 and Lula Rosa died March 4, 1978, both in Mclean County, Kentucky. They are both buried there in Livermore at Oak Hill Cemetery.

2. Martin Luther Davis born February 9, 1884 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Melissa Hamilton in Mclean County, Kentucky. He died September 10, 1935 in Mclean County and is buried there at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore. No Marker.

3. James Harlan (Jim) Davis was born February 27, 1886 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Maggie Sheets in Mclean County on June 23, 1905. She was born April 12, 1881 and is the daughter of Henry Clay and Elvira Ashby Sheets. Jim died May 20, 1955 and Maggie died December 16, 1940, both in Mclean County. They are buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore.

4. Arie Dell Davis was born February 28, 1888 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died August 31, 1903 in Mclean County of T.B. at age sixteen. She is buried at Hackett Cemetery in Livermore with no marker.

5. John Samuel Davis born December 7, 1892 in Daviess County, Kentucky, married Sarah Jane Stogner in Mclean County, Kentucky. John died November 22, 1940 in Mclean County and is buried there in Livermore at Oak Hill Cemetery. No marker.

6. Preston Noll Davis was born October of 1895 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He died there on August 20, 1897 at age one year and seven months. An article in the Daviess County paper said that he died of brain damage due to whooping cough and measles. The burial and services are said to have taken place near Browning. Preston's parents presented a picture to his sister Arie Dell in his memory on February 28, 1902 on her fourteenth birthday. Arie was standing by her father, William Thomas Davis, who had just turned fifty-two years old six days before. This picture is owned by Eugene Davis and has the following words written on it. "We had a little treasure, He was our pride and joy, We loved him ah, perhaps to well, For soon he slept and died. All is dark within our dwelling, Lonely are our hearts today, For the one we loved so dearly, Has forever passed away."

*7. George Robert Davis was born March 4, 1898 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Bertha Ann Richardson on March 25, 1922 in Mclean County.

4. George Robert Davis was born March 4, 1898 in Curdsville which is in Daviess County Kentucky and died January 1, 1982 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Bertha Ann Richardson March 25, 1922 in Mclean County, Kentucky. She is the daughter of George Albert Richardson and Annie B. Parker and was born March 1, 1901 in the town on Maceo, which is in Daviess County. She died August 4, 1970 in Mclean County Kentucky in her home town of Livermore as the result of a car wreck. George was a carpenter, brick-layer, concrete finisher, bootlegger, and worked in local chair factories in Livermore. George began working when he was ten years old to help support his family. He liked playing pool, fishing, playing cards and checkers and he could play the french harp and tap dance. Bertha loved to raise a garden and can food, she loved to sew and quilt and crochet. She could play the guitar and the organ and also enjoyed cooking. Her daughter Judy remembers that they would pick plums every year and sell them to people for extra income. In fact, her daughter Judy still has two jars of plum jam that she and her mother canned together just before her mother died. George and Bertha are the parents of the following children:

1. Lucille "Lucy" Davis born September 25, 1922 in Mclean County and died December 18, 2005 in Ohio County, Kentucky. Lucy is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore beside of her mom and dad. Lucy married Lewis McCoy. She had a family with him while living in Ohio State and in Mclean County, Kentucky. They are divorced.

2. Theodore Rooselvet "Buddy" Davis born January 25, 1924 in Mclean County and died August 4, 2009 in the same county on the same day his mother passed 39 years before him. He is buried at Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Livermore. He married Janie Avenel "Booty" Adkins on October 27, 1945 in the same county. Booty was born August 30, 1927 in Oregon.

3. Martin Eugene Davis born June 5, 1925 and died October 17, 1926 in Mclean County of colitis from which he suffered for three months. He is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery with no marker.

4. Bertha May "Sis" Davis, named after her mother, born October 22, 1926 in Mclean County and died November 1, 2000 . She married David Lige "Popeye" Dickerson on May 28, 1949 in Mclean County. Popeye was born January 3, 1923 and died October 1, 2010 in Mclean County.

5. John Robert Davis, named after his uncle and his father, was born October 29, 1927. He married 1) Maxine Hudson with whom he had a family. They divorced and he married 2) Evelyn

6. Juanita Davis was born April 9, 1930 in Mclean County and married Quay Kassinger January 11, 1947 in the same county. Quay was born August 27, 1923 to James Jackson "Jack" Kassinger and Mahala Ann "Halie" Daugherty.

7. Alma Nadine Davis born July 25, 1931 and married Chester "Cookie" Baldwin. They divorced in the early 1980's.

8. Nelda Christine Davis born October 25, 1932 and died July 8, 1933 in Mclean County of colitis from which she suffered for 18 days. She is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore. No marker.

9. Nancy Caroline Davis (pronounced Caroleen) born July 20, 1934 and died July 12 1935 in Mclean County from dysentery which she suffered from for two days. She is buried at Hackett Cemetery in Livermore. No marker.

10. Ella Martine "Teeny" Davis born September 2, 1937 in Mclean County and married Billy Smith July 3, 1957. Billy was born February 16 in Mulenburg County, Kentucky. Martine died March 7, 1997 in Indiana.

11. Ellis Ray Davis, middle name taken from Otis Ray Richardson, his mother's brother who stepped on a nail when he was two and died. He was born September 16, 1939 and died that same day. He is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore with no marker.

12. Winfred Delbert "Wimpy" Davis born August 19, 1940 in Mclean County.

13. Joyce Colleen Davis born July 20, 1944 in Mclean County, Kentucky and married Glen Dale Willis October 20, 1962 in Shawneetown, Illinois. Glen was born November 2, 1940 to Ivo and Jenet Willis.

*14. Doris June "Judy" Davis born October 3, 1946 in Mclean County and died February 16, 2006 in the same county. She was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery on her Mother's birthday. Judy married Roy Thomas Kassinger in McLean County on July 20, 1966 on her sister Joyce's 22nd birthday. Roy was born July 1, 1945 in Henderson County to Darrell Kassinger and Rhoda Betty Stone.

5. Doris June "Judy" Davis was born October 3, 1946 in Mclean County and February 16, 2006 in the same county. She married there to Roy Thomas Kassinger. He was born July 1, 1945 to Darrell Kassinger and Rhoda Betty Stone in Henderson County, Kentucky. They married July 20, 1966 in Mclean County at the parish of the General Baptist Church in Livermore. Judy was the last child born in the Davis home place at the end of third street in Livermore. She was just a bit over three pounds and did not cry until she was 2 weeks old. Her sister-in-law Booty Davis heard her first cry and said it sounded like a little squeak. She was so tiny that she had to be carried around on a pillow and because she had rickets she did not walk until she was two years old. Judy was very smart in school and won many spelling bees. Once she even made it to district and was always in the paper for her efforts. despite this she hated school and when entering first grade, her mother would walk her to school and Judy would beat her home. He mom would spank her all the way back so after that Judy would hide in her Uncle Clay Davis' coal house. Judy is a loving mother and wife and enjoys playing wheel of fortune and watching old movies and collecting dolls. She used to be a great seamstress and sew doll clothes for her daughter Holly. For many years she had a wonderful hobby of sending cards to over 100 family members each year for all occasions. Thomas served in the army for eight years in Kentucky, Germany, North Carolina, Washington, and Viet Nam. He was a mess hall sergeant and left the service as E-6. He still loves to cook today. He cooked on a troop ship on the way to Germany after completing basic training in Fort Knox, Kentucky at the age of 17. There were over 1900 men on the ship and he said the journey lasted about 9 days. He got sea sick the last day. He recalls the bars in the rest room stalls and if a man did not hang on good he would go flying off the toilet. The stoves had bars around the sides to keep the cookware on and lock-down lids so the food would not spill. The tables even had the edges built up to keep the trays from sliding off. The Atlantic Ocean was very rough and had choppy waters. Roy worked as a carpenter after he left the service for a few years and then began working for TVA in Drakesboro, Kentucky where he worked for over 25 years. Judy and Thomas are the parents of the following children:

*1 Holly Ann Kassinger, her middle name was after her grandmother Bertha Ann Davis. Holly was born April 5, 1968 at Fort Lewis Army Base in Tacoma, Washington.

2. Rachael Renee Kassinger was born September 28, 1981 in Mclean County in her parents home on the corner of 7th and Oak Hill in Livermore. She was delivered by her father and her sister Holly named her. She married Joshua Waterbury, the son of Chris Waterbury and Jody Estep, on July 4, 2000.

6. Holly Ann Kassinger was born April 5, 1968 in Tacoma, Washington and married Tracy Lee Johnson in Mclean County on July 23, 1988 at the Baptist Church in Island. Tracy was born January 15, 1965 in Mclean County. He is the son of Glynn Tracy Johnson and Edna Lee McClure. They are now divorced. His father, Glynn, remarried to Deborah Gale Osborne and his mother, Edna, remarried to Benard "Bennie" Ray Latham. Tracy and Holly live on the corner of 7th and Main in Livermore. They are the parents of the following:

1. Jacob Aaron Johnson born April 7, 1992 in Daviess County at Owensboro Daviess County Hospital

 

Downs

1. Thomas Downs was born in england in the early 1700's and died 1783 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. His will was filed in 1789 and lists his wife Guilielmus and son Jeremiah as executors. Thomas married Guiluilmus Gooden in Maryland in 1736. The will of Thomas states that he had thirteen children with nine surviving. Thomas and Guiluilmus are the parents of:

2. Jeremiah Downs was born 1746 in Baltimore County, Maryland , was married in Pennsylvania to Elizabeth Covin the daughter of William Covin who was a trader . This is based on William Covin's will which lists a grand daughter as Mary Downs. A 1798 tax record has Jeremiah's land, 221 acres, adjoining William Covin's land. Thomas and Elizabeth lived in the Redstone Township in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. When Jeremiah downs went to Pennsylvania, before 1768, he was among the early settlers and was a prosperous farmer. He was also a veteran of the American Revolution. In a book titled "Fayette County History" there is a record dating to 1768 of trader William Covin's accounts which lists Thomas Downs and his son Jeremiah Downs. In the same book in a number of places Thomas Downs is listed with the inhabitants of Redstone attending a meeting of Pennsylvania Commissioners held March 27, 1768 to warn settlers off the land until it was purchased from the Indians. Jeremiah's will, dated August 12, 1816, states that he left four thousand dollars and 221 acres to his wife and eight children. Jeremiah served in the American Revolution from Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, from which Fayette County was formed in 1783. Jeremiah and Elizabeth Downs are parents of:

3. Thomas Downs was born about 1779 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania was married to Elizabeth . He first appeared in Kentucky on the Mulenburg Tax List dated July 17, 1806. He owned 200 acres on Pond River and remained there until 1817. In 1818 he appeared on the Daviess County, Kentucky Tax List with two horses and valuables totaling one hundred dollars. He was enrolled in Brumfield's Militia Company. On March 31, 1828 he sold his property in Mulenburg County for three hundred dollars. On July 9, 1831 he bought property in Daviess County, Kentucky containing 198 acres for the amount of two hundred dollars. Thomas and Elizabeth Downs are the parents of the following:

1. Anna Downs born 1800 in Virginia and married January 1, 1822 to William Bethel. Her marriage record gives her name as Patsy.

2. Davis Downs born 1802 in Virginia. He died before April 17, 1858 and his wife died before 1850. No marriage record found.

3. Martha Downs born 1803 in Virginia and married John Lynn. They were living in Daviess County in 1850. No marriage record found.

4. Jonathan Downs born 1812 in Mulenburg County, Kentucky and married December 1, 1845 to Nancy Davis of Breckenridge County, Kentucky. He died before November 10, 1851.

5. Elizabeth Downs born 1812 in Mulenburg County, Kentucky and married November 1, 1827 to John Waltrip, son of Joseph Waltrip and Elizabeth Prior. John died in April of 1869.

6. Thomas Downs born 1816 in Mulenburg County, Kentucky and married 1) Mary R. Tucker in Daviess County, Kentucky and 2) Elizabeth Moore before 1850. He was a shoemaker and died of consumption in Breckenridge County, Kentucky in May of 1859.

*7. Jane Downs born July 4, 1818 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died October 9, 1887. She married William L. "Billy" Davis May 23, 1843 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

8. Joanna Downs born February 14, 1821 in Daviess County, Kentucky and married Jesse B. Mosley, son of John Mosley. Joanna died June 10, 1893 and is buried at Mount Pleasant Cumberland Church Cemetery.

4. Jane Downs was born July 4, 1818 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died October 9, 1887 in Henderson County, Kentucky. She married William L. "Billy" Davis on May 23, 1843 in Daviess County, Kentucky. William was born in Virginia on March 28, 1806 to William H. and Sarah Davis and died April 17, 1873 in Henderson County, Kentucky. They are buried at Cash Creek Cemetery in Henderson County, Kentucky in the Delaware Neighborhood. William left a will asking for his money to be used to pay his funeral and also to support and educate his children still living at home. William and Jane Davis are the parents of William Thomas Davis who married Sarah Jane Lamb. Their son is George Robert Davis who married Bertha Ann Richardson.

 

Duncan

1. John (Maldrum) Duncan was born 1605 in Scotland and is the son of Andrew Duncan (b. 1575 Scotland). He married Janet McArthur who was born 1600 in Scotland. They are the parents of:

1. William Robert Duncan born January 7, 1628 in Perthshire, Scotland.

2. Alexander Duncan

2. Reverend William Robert Duncan was born January 7, 1628 in Perth, Firth Of Tay, Perthshire, Scotland and died January 1, 1690 in Glasgow, Lanard, Scotland - Beheaded. He was buried at the Foot Of Mount Shiehaliob, Perthshire, Scotland. He was a Covenant Presbyterian Minister of Slascoe, Scotland who refused to take a Jacobite Oath when ordered to do so by King Charles of England. In accordance with the King's orders he was beheaded and buried as a martyr and his family fled the country to the Northern Neck of Virginia in the United States. He married August 29, 1657 in Scotland to Susan Sarah Haldane who was born 1635 in Perthshire, Perth, Scotland and the daughter of Richard Haldane (b. about 1609 in Gleneagles Pass, Killiecrankie, Scotland) and of Mary Kennet (b. about 1610 in Scotland). Reverend William Duncan and Sarah Haldane are the parents of:

*1. William J Duncan born January 10, 1658 in Gleneagles, Perth, Scotland.

2. Charles Duncan born September 6, 1662 in Glen Eagles, Perthshire, Scotland.

3. Henry Duncan born November 11, 1664.

4. Thomas Duncan born January 28, 1665 in Perthshire, Scotland.

5. Mary Duncan born February 1, 1667 in Perthshire, Scotland.

6. Susan Duncan

7. George Duncan

8. Alexander Duncan

3. William J. Duncan was born January 10, 1658 in Gleneagles, Perth, Scotland and died 1720 in Belle Haven, Alexander, Virginia. He married June 24, 1682 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland to Margaret McMurdowho was born 1660 in Dumfries, Dumfrieshire, Scotland. They immigrated after 1695 to Alexandria County, Virginia from Scotland and are the parents of:

1. John or James Duncan born 1688.

*2. William J. Duncan II born April 19, 1690 in Prince William County, Virginia.

3. Raleigh Duncan born November 2, 1719 in Virginia.

4. William J. Duncan II was born April 19, 1690 in Prince William County, Virginia and died February 24, 1781 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married Ruth Raleighon February 11, 1722 /23 in Orange County, Virginia. They are the parents of:

1. Raleigh Duncan born November 28, 1723 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

2. William Duncan born April, 29 1726.

3. John Duncan born August 23, 1730.

4. Mary Duncan born December 12, 1732.

5. Joseph Duncan born December 12, 1732.

6. Rice Duncan born about 1734.

7. Charles Duncan born about 1736.

8. James Duncan born July 18, 1746.

*9. Ann Duncan born about 1758.

5. Ann Duncan who was born about 1740 married Sergeant Benjamin Roberts who was born about 1741 in Culpepper County, Virginia died between 1810 and 1820 in Henry County, Kentucky. Sergeant Benjamin Roberts served in the Revolutionary War under General George Rogers Clark. He and Anne Duncan are the parents of:

1. James Roberts born 1766 in Virginia.

6.James Roberts was born 1766 in Virginia and died 1822 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He marriedUnknown. His second marriage was to Elizabeth Morris born 1765 in Kentucky. James Roberts and his first wife "Unknown" are the parents of Merry Roberts who married Ann Nancy Estes. Their son is James Madison Roberts who married Harriet Turnbull. Their son is Benjamin Wesley Parker who married Martha Elizabeth "Lizzy" Roberts. Their daughter is Annie B. Parker who married George Albert Richardson. Their daughter is Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis. Read more about these ancestors under the surnames Roberts, Estes, Richardson and Davis. (Click the link to find out more about Anne Duncan's (wife of Captain Benjamin Roberts) Ancestors from Scotland and see why one of them was beheaded.) http://kykinfolks.tripod.com/parker/duncan.htm

 

Estes

1. Nicholas Estes was born 1495 in Deal, Kent, England and died there 1533. He Married 1520 in same place to Anny and they had the following child:

1. Sylvester Estes.

2. Sylvester Estes was born 1522 in Deal, Kent, England. and died June 7, 1579 in Ring Woald, England. He married Jone in 1545 in Deal, Kent, England. Jone died 1561 in Deal, Kent, England. According to article in Estes Trails, Mar 1997, Vol. 15, #1: by Donald Bowler, 23 Ersham Rd. Canterbury, Kent, England: Sylverster was a "Fysherman". Slyvester and Jane are the parents of

3. Robert Estes was born 1555 in Ring Would, England and died in 1616 in Ringwould, Kent, England. He married on December 2, 1591 in Sholden, Kent , England to Anne Woodward. Anne was born 1570 in Showholden, England and died in 1630. Robert and Ann are the parents of:

4. Sylvester Estes was born September 26, 1596 in Ringwould, England and died about 1667 in Nonington, England. He married at Great Hadres, Waldershire, England on November 24, 1625 to Ellen Martin. Ellen was born 1600 in Great Hadres, Waldershire, England. Ellen had a will in Waldershire, England dated 1649. Sylvester was achurch warden and died before 1667 when his daughter Ellen married. Sylvester and are parents of:

5. Abraham Estes was born 1647 in Nonington, Kent County, England and died November 21, 1720 in King and Queen County, Virginia. He was a linen weaver of the old Walloon town of Sandwich. He married 1) Ann Burton (widow of John Burton) on December 29, 1672 in Sanwich, England where she was born in 1650 and died in 1674. Abraham started a new life in Virginia in America and married 2)Barbara Brock in 1681 in King and Queen County, Virginia. Barbara was born about 1667 in King and Queen County and died in 1769 in Amelia County, Virginia. Abraham is found in Virginia to have 200 acres in 1704 in King and Queen County. Abraham Estes and Barbara Brock are the parents of:

6. Thomas Estes was born about 1688 in Virginia and died June 14, 1745 in Spottsylvania County, Virginia. He married 1717 in Caroline County, Virginia to Elizabeth Ann Rogers who was born about 1690 and died 1745 in Caroline County. Thomas and Elizabeth are the parents of:

7. John Estes was born 27 Dec 1725 in Caroline Co., Virginia, and died 18 Apr 1778 in Lincoln County, Missouri. He married (1) Mary Marshall September 11, 1746 in Virginia., daughter of William marshall and Elizabeth Williams and born March 30, 1736 in Culpepper County, Virginia. Mary died June 12, 1772 in Caroline County, Virginia. John married (2)Elizabeth Coleman Pollard about 1774. John Estes was an orphan as his father died in 1745 when John was 20. He chose Rice Curtis as guardian in 1745, Caroline County, Virginia. He left will dated April 6, 1778, recorded May 1778, witnesses were William Yates, George Yates, Nancy Estes and Elizabeth Davis: Caroline County, Virginia. (Will Box 1742-1762-1830, p 26). Estes Genealogy McAllister, 1972.John Estes and Mary Marshall are the parents of:

8. Littleton Estes was born June 27, 1768 in Caroline County, Virginia and died 1836 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Ann Nancy Fortson February 1, 1790 in Orange County, Virginia. Ann Nancy is the daughter of William Fortson and Mildred Marshall. Littleton married 2) Mamy Ferguson born 1803 in Kentucky. Littleton and Ann Nancy had the following children:

9. Ann Nancy Estes was born 1795 in Hancock County, Kentucky. She married Merry Roberts on February 23, 1814 in Henry County. Merry was born 1789 in Virginia. Merry and Ann NancyRoberts are the parents of James Madison Roberts who married Harriet Turnbull Ganaway. Their daughter is Martha Elizabeth Roberts who married Benjamin Wesley Parker. Their daughter is Annie B. Parker who married George Albert Richardson. Their daughter is Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis.

 

Farris

1. Ian Easom Farris was born 1635 in Rutherglen, Scotland (Source: Ancestral File; Aug 1893, Annadale, VA Family History Center, Apr. 1994), and died Aft. 1679 in Little Roanoke River. He married Emily Jane Cameron May-20-1661 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. She was born 1643 in Scotland, and died in Little Roanoke River. Children of Ian Farris and Emily Cameron are:

2. Henry Farris was born 1663 in Scotland or Wales (Source: Ancestral File; Aug 1893. Submitted by Catherine Deon Hart Farris, Cloverdale, CA; Annandale, VA FHC Apr 1994), and died Aft. 1730 in Virginia. He married Unknown . Children of Henry Farris and Unknown are:

3. Thomas Farris was born 1709 in Richmond, Virginia (Source: Randall Farris, 215 Homewood Ave., Troy AL 36081.), and died 1797 in Henry County, Virginia. He married Judith Quarles January 6, 1792, daughter of David Quarles. She was born 1715. Children of Thomas Farris and Judith Quarles are:

4. Thomas Farris Jr. was born in Pittsylvania, VA, died in Henry County, Va. He married Unknown 1748 (Source: Randall Farris). Children of Thomas Farris and Unknown are:

5. Michael Farris was born July 6,1749 in Pittsylvania, VA and died November 1, 1799 in Madison County, KY. He married Phebe Dudley February 26, 1770 in Pittsylvania, VA She was born April 12, 1754 and died December 28, 1830 in Richmond, Kentucky. Children of Michael Farris and Phebe Dudley are:

6. Amelia Farris was born April 12, 1774 in Pittsylvania, VA. She married William Boucher March 1, 1791 in Madison County, Kentucky. He was born Abt. 1766,and died Bef. 1850. Amelia Farris and William Boucher are the parents of Phebe Boucher who married Jonus Richardson. Their child is Richard Richardson who married Nancy Ann Richardson. Their child is George Albert Richardson who married Annie B. Parker. Their child is Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis.

 

 

Lamb

1. Robert Lamb a Quaker, born 1795 in Union County, South Carolina and married 1818 in Daviess County, Kentucky to Mary Polly Bryant who was born 1798 in Union County, South Carolina and died 1879 in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee. She is buried at Poplar Springs Cemetery in Gibson County, Tennessee according to her Indian Papers. This Indian family is part of the Cherokee Tribe.They were in the Daviess County 1860 Census and moved to Tennessee after that time. They are the parents of:

1. William H. Lamb

2. William H. Lamb was born about 1827 , married Nancy Jane Oldham October 30, 1849 in Daviess County, Kentucky in the City of Owensboro. Nancy Jane Oldham was born about 1830 and is the daughter of George Oldham and ELizabeth Chambers. William and Nancy are not found in the 1850 Kentucky cencus. Nancy Jane Lamb is found in the 1860 Daviess County, Kentucky Cencus but her husband is not included. She lived next door to her in-laws Robert Lamb and Mary "Polly" Briant Lamb who were both born in South Carolina in 1795. William died between 1856 and 1860 since his last child was born in 1856. Nancy died after 1870 since she is listed in the 1870 Daviess County Census. William and Nancy Lamb are the parents of the following children:

1. Nester Columbus Lamb was born 1849.

2. Samuel Lamb was born 1851.

3. John C. Lamb was born 1853.

4. Malinda Delpherine "Delia" Lamb was born March 10, 1855 and died June 17, 1910 in Daviess County where she is buried at Old Macedonia-Lamb Cemetery. She married George B. Jewell February 20, 1867 in Daviess County and he is the son of Elijah Jackson Jewell and Pheobe.

*5. Sarah Jane Lamb was born 1856.

3. Sarah Jane Lamb born September 18, 1856 in Daviess County, Kentucky married William Thomas Davis on February 6, 1876 in Daviess County. William was born February 22, 1850 to William L. Davis and Jane Downs in Henderson County, Kentucky. Sarah died October 28, 1925 and William died July 16, 1936 both in Mclean County, Kentucky at the present Davis Homeplace on 3rd Street in Livermore. William was sitting on the porch with his grand-daughter Alma Nadine Davis in his lap when he died. It is said that he liked to tease people and he would stick out his cane and trip them and laugh. Sarah had diabetes and died from complications related to the disease. Sarah and William Davis are buried in Mclean County at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore with no markers. They are the parents of George Robert Davis who married Bertha Ann Richardson.

 

Oldham

1. William Oldham was born at All Saints Parrish in Derby, England and married Philippa Sewter Novemeber 17, 1588. Philippa was born at All Saints Parrish in Derby, Endland on July 6, 1568 to Thomas Sowter and Alice Turner. William Oldham died at age 68 on June 26, 1636 and Philippa died about 1602 both in Derby, England. They had the following child:

2. Thomas Oldham was born about 1590 in Derby, England. He married Elizabeth Rhodes there on January 26, 1614. Elizabeth was also born in Derby England. Thomas and Elizabeth had the following child:

3. John Oldham was born February 9, 1621 at All Saints Parrish in Derby, England and married Abigail Mosley in North Cumberland County, Virginia in 1663. Abigail was born in 1628. Joh Oldham died in 1698 in North Cumberland County, Virginia at age 77. John and Abigail had the following child

4. Richard Oldham Born May 27, 1671 in Saint Stevens, North Cumberland County, Virgina and married Mary Mcdonald who was born 1675 in North Cumberland County. Richard died October 20, 1731 at age 60. Richard and Mary had the following child:

5. Richard Oldham born 1705/1713 in North Cumberland County, Virginia and married Elizabeth Bayse who was born 1715 in Virginia. They had the following child:

6. James Oldham born 1742 in Virginia and married wife Unknown and had the following child

7. James Oldham was born 1780 in Kentucky and died December 29, 1929 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. He married 1. Ann whom is his first child Elias's mother. 2. Diadama "Damy" Todd on December 1, 1803 in Madison County, Kentucky. Diadama was born 1784 in Kentucky. She was first married to Levi Merritt who came to Kentucky from South Carolina. buried at Flat Creek Cemetery just north of Morton's Gap. They had the following children:

8. George Oldham born in Kentucky married Elizabeth Chambers in Ohio County, Kentucky on February 14, 1828. Elizabeth can be found in the 1850 Daviess County cencus after George's death. Elizabeth is found in the 1860 and 1870 census of Hopkins County, Kentucky. It is believed that George died in 1840 because in the court order book D of Daviess County there was a claim against the county for a comstock coffin for George Oldham in the amount of $5.00 and also a funeral shroud for the amount of $2.50. Also stated on page 435/436 is William H. Howard who came into court and took oath with E.T. Allen, his security, and acknowledged bond in the sum of $100. A certificate was granted to him for obtaining letters of the estate of George Oldham (deceased) . James A. Brooks, Miles Lancaster, and Benjamin Read appraised the personal estate and slaves of George Oldham and made report. George and Elizabeth Oldham are the parents of:

1. George Oldham II who married Mary Jane Rose November 2, 1845 in Ohio County with permission by George Oldham his father.

2. Orpha Oldham married 1846 in Ohio County with permission by her fatherGeorge Oldham.

*3. Nancy Jane Oldham married William H. Lamb October 30, 1849 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

 

9. Nancy Jane Oldham was born about 1830 and married October 30, 1849 in Daviess County, Kentucky to William H. Lamb was born about 1827and is the son of Robert Lamb and Mary Polly Briant. William and Nancy are not found in the 1850 Kentucky cencus. Nancy Jane Lamb is found in the 1860 Daviess County, Kentucky Cencus but her husband is not included. She lived next door to her in-laws Robert Lamb and Mary "Polly" Briant Lamb who were both born in South Carolina in 1795. William died between 1856 and 1860 since his last child was born in 1856. Nancy died after 1870 since she is listed in the 1870 Daviess County Census. William and Nancy Lamb are the parents of Sarah Jane Lamb who married William Thomas Davis. Their son is George Robert Davis who married Bertha Ann Richardson

Parker

1. Edmund Parker of Horrackford, married Janet Parker who was the daughter and heiress of Robert Parker, of Browsholme, England in 1529. Edmond and Janet had the following child:

2. Robert Parker who married Elizabeth Chadderton in 1552 and had the following child:

3. William Parker Venerable of Trengoff in Warleggan and of Blisland, Cornwall County, England was Rector of Blisland in 1601 and Archdeacon of Cornwall in 1616 married Joan Panchard. William Parker and Joan Panchard had the following child:

4.James Parker born 1598 in Browsholme, Cornwall, Yorkshire, England and was buried 1672 in Warleggan County, Cornwall, England. He married Katherine Buller (Katterren) on December 31, 1616 in Saint Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England. She was the eldest daughter of Sir Richard Buller of Shillingham. Katherine died at age 86 and her will dated April 23, 1686 was proved in the Archeaconry Court of Cornwall at Bodmin on June 25th. She was buried in Warleggan County, Cornwall, England. James Parker and Lady Katherine Buller had the following child:

5. Doctor Richard Parker was born November 29, 1630 in Trangoe, Warleggan, Cornwall, England and died April 23, 1681 in Nansemond, Surry County, Virginia where he is buried at Parker Creek. He was a Medical Doctor of Phyzicke. He "married a Londoner, went to Virginy, and had six children. They liveth upon Saint James River in ye uplands of Virginy and Richard hath been High Sherife of ye said county." Doctor Richard Parker married Elizabeth Baily May 1, 1651 in Nansemond County, Virgina. She was born in London England. He married 2) Judith Hunt May 1, 1668 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia or Henrico County. He and first wife Elizabeth Baily had the following child:

6. Robert Parker born between 1651/54 in Sittenburne Parish, Rappahannock County, Virginia (later Essex) and died February 1687 in same County. He married Elizabeth Parker who was born about1658 and died before November 1, 1719 in Essex County, Virginia. According to book Marriages of some Virginia Residents 1607-1800, Elizabeth Parker, wife of Thomas Parker, finding herself widowed, married Robert Pley before August 13, 1697. Robert and Elizabeth Parker had the following child:

7. Anne Parker born 1675 St. Ann's Parish, Essex County, Virginia and married Sir Thomas Winslow (Knight) on April 15, 1694 in Essex County, Virginia. Thomas Winslow was born about 1675 at Sittenburne Parish, Rappahannock County, Virginia (Later Essex). According to Marriage Licenses in Essex County, Virginia, Thomas Winslow gets license to marry Anne Parker, daughter of Thomas Parker, on April 15, 1694. Thomas Winslow, if we are to judge by the deeds in which he participated in exchange for various properties, appraising of various estates, witness to many transactions, between 1698 and his death in 1725 in Essex County, was evidently a citizen of unusual standing in his community. Anne Parker and Sir Thomas Winslow had the following child:

8. Benjamin Winslow Senior was born about 1701 in Essex County, Virginia and died about 1751 in Orange County, Virginia. Benjamin's will was proved in Essex County, May 21, 1751. In the year 1733, he was living in St. George Parish, Spotsylvania County, as a surveyor. In 1736, he was a Justice, and in 1738, Duties Collector, and Inspector of Rappahannock warehouses. In 1739, he was Sheriff of Essex County. Benjamin Winslow Senior was a Revolutionary War Soldier where he is listed with the Orange County Patriots. Benjamin married Susannah Beverley on November 22, 1726. Susannah was born November 15, 1706 and died July 1792 of pleurisy. The data is debated. She is the daughter of Captain Harry Beverley. She deeded her son Benjamin 595 acres of land that left to her by her father. Benjamin Winslow's last Will and Testament was proved in 1751. Benjamin and Susannah are the parents of the following child:

9. Colonel Beverley Winslow was born July 3, 1734 at St. George Parish, Spotsylvania, Virginia and died February 22, 1793 in St. George Parish, same county. He married his first cousin Catherine Robinson who was the daughter of William Robinson and Agatha Beverley. Catherine was born July 20, 1742 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia and died therein 1789. Beverley Winslow was lst Lieutenant of Spotsylvania County Militia 1756, was Sheriff 1764, and County Lieutenant 1781. An article from Virginia Herald dated July 18 1793 reported death of Colonel Beverley Winslow "Died, on Friday the July 12th, 1793 instant, after a tedious illness, Colonel Beverley Winslow, of Berkley Parish, Spotsylvania, in the 60th year of his age--much lamented by an extensive acquaintance." Colonel Beverley Winslow married Catherine Robinson on December 23, 1757. They are the parents of the following child:

10. Susannah Sarah Winslow was born March 17, 1762 in Essex County, Virginia. She married William Parker Junior, who was her cousin. William was born 1762 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. His will is dated March 2, 1797. Susannah Winslow and William Parker Junior are the parents of:

11. William Beverly Parker was born 1790 in Virginia and is listed in Daviess County, Kentucky 1850 census in district I as deaf and dumb. He married Polly Parker November 15, 1809 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Witnesses William P. Thomas, Thomas F. Parker (brother), and Joseph W. Reid. William Beverly Parker and Polly Parker had the following child born in Kentucky:

12.Abraham F. Parker was born in 1819 in Kentucky and married Cecilia Ann Duncan in Daviess County, Kentucky on November 11, 1842 at the age of thirteen. Cecilia was born in 1827 in Daviess County, Kentucky. She is the daughter of Hewitt Duncan who was born November 30, 1797 in Virginia and died 1841 in Daviess County, Kentucky. At age 16 he was bound to Daniel Layton until age 21 to learn the trade of brick-layer. Cecilia's mom is Rebecca Hopkins and was left an orphan along with her brother James when her father died. Cecilia's mom Rebecca Hopkins, daughter of John Robert Hopkins, married her father May 5, 1835. and her father died in 1841 in Daviess County. Cecilia's paternal grandfather was William Duncan and according to Fayette County, Kentucky records he and his wife were being supported by Gwin Tompkins and were listed as poor people. He was a private and a fife in Captian John Lewis's Company of Regulars in the Revolutionary War and so named in Botetourt Couny, Virginia 1780. Abraham and Cecilia are the parents of:

1. John Wesley Parker born September 6, 1843 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He died June 24, 1845 in Owensboro, Kentucky.

2. Robert V. Parker born March 28, 1845 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He died December 22, 1847 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

3. George W Parker born November 25, 1848 Daviess County, Kentucky. Died February 27, 1866.

*4. Benjamin Wesley Parker born August 12, 1851 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

5. Edwin Hewitt Parker born September 14, 1853 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

6. Calvin Morris Parker born May 6, 1856 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Mollie in Daviess County and died December 14, 1937 in Mclean County Kentucky and died of lymph cancer.

7. Joseph E. Pell Parker born December 12, 1858 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He died January 25, 1936 in Grandview, Indiana.

8. Charles Edward Parker born March 3, 1861 in Kentucky and died December 25, 1940 in Yelvington, Daviess County, Kentucky.

13 .Benjamin Wesley Parker was born August 12, 1851 in Daviess County, Kentucky and married Martha Elizabeth "Lizzy" Roberts April 4, 1873 in Hancock County, Kentucky. Lizzy was born in 1847 and is the daughter of James Madison Roberts and Eliza Jane Oliver. Lizzy in Hancock County, Kentucky date unknown. Benjamin had a second marriage to Catherine Wood on February 4, 1885. Benjamin and Lizzy are the parents of

*1. Annie B. Parker born June 11, 1876 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

2. Jesse Parker born 1884 in Daviess County

Benjamin and second wife Catherine Wood are the parents of:

3. Freddie Parker born 1887 in Daviess County. 4. Ethel M. Parker born 1888 in Daviess County. 5. Gertale Parker born 1891 in Daviess County. 6. Mary E. Parker born 1893 in Daviess County. 7. Lizzie B. Parker born 1895 in Daviess County. 8. Wesley F. Parker born 1897 in Daviess County.

14. Annie B. Parker was born June 11. 1876 in Hancock County, Kentucky where she married to George Albert Richardson on April 4, 1899 on her parents 26th wedding anniversary. George was born 1868 in Hancock County, Kentucky and died August 18, 1924 in Mclean County, Kentucky of tuburculosis. Annie died June 13, 1920 in Mclean County of tuburculosis and George died August 18, 1924 in Mclean County of tuburculosis. George and Annie are both buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore, which is in Mclean County, with no markers on their graves. George and Annie lived in Daviess County Kentucky in the Curdesville community after their marriage before coming to Mclean County. They are the parents of Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis.

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Richardson

1. Henry Richardson was born September 19, 1714 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. (Source, ancestral file from Mary Ann Ashworth afn:nqcz-zb) He married unknown and had the following child:

1. Daniel Richardson

2. Daniel Richardson was born March 3, 1741 in Dracut, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died July 7, 1777. He married Anney McClure on November 28, 1765 in Worchester, Massachusetts. Anney is the daughter of Samuel McClure and Ms. Badger and was born August 19, 1739 in Newberry, Massachusetts. Daniel Richardson and Anney McClure are the parents of:

1. Henry Richardson born August 28, 1760.

*2. David Richardson born December 23, 1767.

3. Anna Richardson born March 31, 1770

4. Susanna Richardson born May 7, 1772.

5. Chloe Richardson born June 16. 1774.

6. Daniel Richardson born April 18, 1776 and died 1846.

3. David Richardson Senior was born in New York and died in Breckenridge County, Kentucky. He lived in Breckenridge County in 1820. Wife Lydia Richardson born 6-30-1807 and died 6-06-1890 both buried at Old Richardson Cemetery South Fork Church Road Boone County, Kentucky. They are the parents of

1. Martin Richardson who married Pamela Lockett on September 25, 1819 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

*2. Jonus Richardson. born about 1800 in N.Y. or Mass and died between 1836/40. Married Phebe Boucher, daughter of William Boucher and Amelia Farris.

3. Fannie Richardson born abt. 1810 in N.Y. or Mass and died before October of 1839. Married Richard Boucher February 16, 1831 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He is the son of William Boucher and Amelia Farris and was born 1805 in Ky and died bef. February 4, 1852.

4. Silas Richardson born about 1810 in N.Y. or Mass and died after 1880. Married Lydia Shadwick March 15, 1832 in Hancock County.

5. Felia Richardson born about 1813 in N.Y. or Mass and died after 1860.

6. Owen Richardson married Mary Newman December 23, 1833 in b Hancock County, Kentucky.

4. Jonus Richardson was born about 1800 in New York and died in Hancock County, Kentucky between 1836/40. It is passed down that he went to California during the Gold Rush and died there. He married Phebe Boucher on January 2, 1823 in Daviess County, Kentucky. Phebe was born in Kentucky on February 17, 1807 and is the daughter of William Boucher and Amelia Farris.. Phebe died May 8, 1859 in Hancock County and is buried at Poplar Gorve Cemetery beside her second husband, Daniel Colbert, whom she married in 1840. Jonus owned 1100 acres on Blackford Creek. Jonus and Phebe are the parents of:

*1. Richard Richardson born August 10, 1824 in Hancock County and died in the same county on August 6, 1913.

2. William Richardson born December 25, 1827 and died in Hancock County. He married there to Martha Lott on August 25, 1855.

3. George Richardson born between 1828/30 married Mary Ann Meadows December 7, 1848 in Hancock County.

4. Mary Richardson born 1834 in Hancock County and married there to John Bell on November 11, 1854.

5. Surilda Richardson born 1836 in Hancock County and married there to Robert Holland on February 10, 1853.

5. Richard Richardson born August 10, 1824 in Hancock County, Kentucky and died August 6, 1913 in the same county. He married in Hancock County to Nancy Ann Richardson on January 9, 1850. Nancy was born October 27, 1833 in Hancock County to Silas "Cy" Richardson and Lydia Shadwick and died August 10, 1900 in Hancock County on her husband's 76th birthday. They are buried at Jewell Mill Dam Cemetery on the original farm of Richard's father, Jonus. Take highway 662 going East over Blackford Creek in Hancock County. After you cross the bridge there is a high hill on the left and the cemetery is located on top in a grove of trees. There are many ancestors buried there but the stones are covered over and trees are growing through the graves. Richard and Nancy's stones are in good shape. Richard and Nancy died in Lewisport. Since Richard's dad, Jonus Richardson, and Nancy's dad, Silas Richardson, were brothers, Richard and Nancy are first cousins. Richard served in the Mexican American War and was sworn in on August 10, 1847 at Hancock County, Kentucky and mustered in on September 15, 1847 at Louisville, Kentucky and mustered out July 25, 1848 at Louisville, Kentucky. He later filed for pension on January 9, 1887. He served in Company F Fourth Regiment Volunteers commanded by Colonel John J. Williams and in the company of Captain Deceus McCreeny. He was 23 years old when he enlisted and five foot ten inches tall with light hair, blue eyes, and a fair complection and was a farmer. He received pension beginning January 22, 1893 in the amount of $12.00 a month. Richard and Nancy are the parents of the following children all born in Hancock County:

1. Mary Jane Richardson born June 9, 1851 and died June 19, 1852 in same county.

2. Joseph P. Richardson born June 15, 1853 and died in Hancock County.

3. Silas G. Richardson born February 10, 1856 and married Mary L. Cooper in Hancock County.

4. Phebe Susan Richardson born November 17, 1858.

5. Jackson Richardson (twin) born December 14, 1864 and died March 14, 1945 and married Annie Pence all in Hancock County.

6. William Thomas Richardson (twin) born December 14, 1864 and died July 8, 1937 and married Nancy Mildred Pence all in Hancock County. Twin brothers married sisters.

*7. George A. Richardson born 1868 in Hancock County, Kentucky where he married Annie B. Parker on April 4, 1899. He died in Mclean County, Kentucky on August 18, 1924.

8. Robert L. Richardson born August 4, 1870 and died August 4, 1902 in Hancock County on his 32nd birthday.

9. Lydia Richardson born 1874 and married Selmer Roberts May 17, 1894 in Hancock County.

10. Richard Horace Richardson born April 6, 1875 and died March 3, 1896 in Hancock County.

11. Nancy Richardson born 1878 and married Sam Hoyt on February 7, 1899 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

6. George Albert Richardson was born 1868 in Hancock County, Kentucky and died August 18, 1924 in Mclean County, Kentucky of tuburculosis from which he suffered for twenty says.. He married Annie B. Parker April 4, 1899 in Hancock County. Annie is the daughter of Benjamin Wesley Parker and Elizabeth Roberts and was born June 11, 1876 in Hancock County and died June 13, 1920 in Mclean County of tuburculosis from which she suffered for two years. Annie maried George on her parents 26th wedding anniversary. George and Annie are both buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore, which is in Mclean County, with no markers on their graves. George and Annie lived in Daviess County Kentucky in the Curdesville community after their marriage before coming to Mclean County and they were farmers. They are the parents of the following children:

1. Richard Moorman Richardson born August 25, 1900 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died March 20, 1932 in Mclean County, Kentucky of tuburculosis from which he sufferd for one year. He married to Cordelia Nicholson and was a farmer. He is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore.

*2. Bertha Ann Richardson born March 1, 1901 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died August 4, 1970 in Mclean County, Kentucky where she married George Robert Davis.

3. Pearl Lee Richardson born December 10, 1903 in Daviess County and died April 19, 1956 in Daviess County. She married Clayton Tom Baughn in Mclean County where he was born on March 10, 1905 and died March 10, 1981. They are buried at Oak Hill Cemetery.

4. Albert Griffin "Griff" Richardson born March 19, 1905 accoridng to his death certificate, in Daviess County, Kentucky (his tomstone says April of 1904 for birth) and died March 4, 1939 in Mclean County. He married Hilda Hunt in Mclean County on August 31, 1929 and they divorced soon after marriage when he contracted Turbuculosis from which he suffered from for 23 days and died. In a twelve year period his mother, father, himself, and his brother died of this disease. He was a mill worker and is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery.

5. Francis Richardson born November 11, 1905 in Daviess County and married Robert Sutherland in Mclean County who was also born in 1905. Francis died in 1981 and Robert died in 1972. They are buried in Livermore at Oak Hill Cemetery in Mclean County.

6. Otis Ray Richardson born December 30, 1911 in Mclean County and died in same county on January 12, 1914 at the age of two years and 13 days old. On January 9th he stepped on a nail and died three days later of Cerebral menengitis. He is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Livermore and has no grave marker.

7. Willie May Richardson born August 10, 1915 and died January 15, 1990 in both in Mclean County. She is buried at Oak Hill Cemetery.

8. Ethel Richardson born April 20, 1917 in McLean County, Kentucky and died January 21, 2006 in Kokomo, Indiana. She married Marvin Gonterman in Mclean County. They divorced and she moved to Kokomo, Indiana later in her life.

9. Nannie B. Richardson born May 1920. Her mother died June 13, 1920 and she was adopted by a couple in Daviess County. Her birth certificate recorded the wrong date and parents. It states that she was born to Mary Roberts January 31, 1921, seven months after her actual birth. She married Jimmy Huff in Daviess County, Kentucky and had one child, Doris Huff Wilson December 13, 1944.

 

 

The second way we go into this line is Nancy Ann Richardson who married Jonus Richardson. Her father was Silas Richardson who married Lydia Shadwick and was a brother to her husband's father Jonus Richardson. So they were first cousins.

1. Silas "Cy" Richardson was born in New York in 1810 and died 1870 in Hancock County,Kentucky where he married Lydia Shadwick on March 15, 1832. Martin Richardson, Silas's brother put up bond for their marriage. Silas is a brother to Jonus Richardson and is the son of David and Lydia Richardson Richardson and Lydia was born in 1817 in Nelson County, Kentucky and is the daughter of Thomas Shadwick and Barbara Harrell. Lydia died in August of 1879 in Hancock County, Kentucky according to the counties mortality schedule of 1880. Silas and Lydia are the parents of:

*1. Nancy Ann Richarson born October 27, 1833 and died August 10, 1900 in Kentucky. Married Richard Richardson on January 9, 1850 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

2. Martin Richardson born November 21, 1843 and died December 8, 1904 in Kentucky. Married Malinda. He is buried at Jewell Mill Dam Cemetery.

3. John Jackson Richardson born about 1845 and married Millie Montgomery October 9, 1878 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

4. Mary Jane Richardson born about 1848 and married Joseph Scifres on January 22, 1867 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

5. Taylor Richardson born July 1850 and died after 1900. Married Martha in 1878.

6. Benjamin Richardson born about 1853 and married Lydia Roberts on May 8, 1879 in Hancock County, Kentucky. Lydia was born April 1862 and died in Indiana.

2. Nancy Ann Richardson was born October 27, 1833 and died August 10, 1900 in Hancock County, Kentucky where she married Richard Richardson on January 9, 1850. Richard was born in Hancock County on August 10, 1824 and died August 6, 1913 in the same County. They are the parents of George Richardson who married Annie B. Parker. Their daughter is Bertha Ann Richardson who married George Robert Davis.

 

Roberts

1. John Roberts who died September 10, 1724 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia married Elizabeth Trammell who was born and died in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. They had the following child:

1. John Roberts

2. George Roberts born before 1703 in Stafford County, Virginia and died 1775 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

3. Margaret Roberts born before 1703 in Stafford County, Virginia and died about 1781 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

4. Mary Roberts born before 1703 in Stafford County, Virginia and died before 1771 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

5. Captain Benjamin Roberts born after 1705 in Stafford County, Virginia and died 1782 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

2. John Roberts was born 1703 in Stafford County, Virginia and died after 1802 in Culpepper Virginia. He married Elizabeth Russell before 1830. She died about 1768 Culpepper County, Virginia.. Elizabeth is the daughter of Wiliiam Russell born before 1678 and died before 1721 and wife Sarah who died about 1757 in Culpepper County, Virginia. John and Elizabeth are the parents of:

1. John Roberts born about 1733 in Orange County, Virginia and died before May 10, 1752 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

2. William Roberts born about 1738 in Orange County, Virginia and died about 1811 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

3. Francis Roberts born after 1741 in Virginia and died about 1815 in Henry County, Kentucky.

*4. Sergeant Benjamin Roberts born about 1741 in Culpepper County, Virginia and died between 1810 and 1820 in Henry County, Kentucky.

3. Captian Benjamin Roberts born about 1741 in Culpepper County, Virginia died between 1810 and 1820 in Henry County, Kentucky. He married Anne Duncan who was born about 1740. She is the daughter of William Duncan who was born 1690 in Virginia and died October 1788 in Culpepper County, Virginia and married Ruth Raliegh on February 11, 1722 in Orange County, Virginia. (Click the link to find out more about Anne's Duncan Ancestors from Scotland and see why one of them was beheaded.) http://kykinfolks.tripod.com/parker/duncan.htmCaptain Benjamin Roberts served in the Revolutionary War under General George Rogers Clark's Illinois Regiment. Be sure to check out the military service page to read about him. Captain Benjamin Roberts and Anne Duncan are the parents of the following children:

1. Betsy Roberts born after 1764.

2. William Roberts born about 1766 in Virginia.

*3. James Roberts born about 1766 in Virginia.

4. John Roberts died 1802 in Adams County, MS.

5. George Roberts

6. Nancy Roberts

7. Benjamin Roberts Junior born about 1780 in Kentucky and died 1847 in a hurricane in Montogmery County, Illinois.

8. Henry Roberts born about 1785 in Kentucky.

4. James Roberts was born 1766 in Virginia and died 1822 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Unknown (2nd marriage to Elizabeth Morris born 1765 in Kentucky) and they are the parents of:

*1. Merry Roberts born 1799 in Virginia and married Ann Nancy Estes.

2. Henry N. Roberts born 1807 in Henry Co.Ky. Died: September 17, 1857 in Daviess County, Kentucky and married 1) Delilah Pinkston December 19, 1830 in Daviess Co., Kentucky and 2) Mariah Jane Duncan Born: August 14, 1826 in Ky. Died: September 1897

3. Benjamin Roberts born 1793 in Kentucky and died about 1863 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Rebecca Frazier

4. James Roberts Jr. born before 1800 in Kentucky and died about 1822 in Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Polly Estes (daughter of Littleton Estes) December 18, 1816. He also married Anastacia Duncan.

5. Merry Roberts was born 1789 in Virginia and moved to Henry County and the Daviess County, Kentucky. He married Ann Nancy Estes on February 23, 1814 in Henry County. Nancy was born 1811. They both died in Daviess County, Kentucky. Merry and Ann Nancy are the parents of:

1. Willis Roberts born September 8, 1814 in Henry County Kentucky and later moved to the Yelvington precint in Daviess County, Kentucky. He died before 1900.

*2. James Madison Roberts was born 1820 in Henry County, Kentucky. Married 1) Eliza Jane Oliver and 2) Harriet Turnbull Ganaway.

3. Mary Elizabeth Roberts born 1826 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died in same county. She is buried at the Roberts Farm graveyard on Hw 662 in same county. Married Lewis Pence who was born 1813 in Daviess County and died October 12, 1891 in same county. Buried Roberts Farm.

4. George William Roberts born July 3, 1827 in Daviess County, Kentucky and died 1908 in Daviess County and is buried at Roberts farm Cemetery. He married Mary N. Potts who was born 1830 in Daviess County.

5. Richard Lafayette Roberts born 1833 in Hancock County, Kentucky and married Mary Ann Walker who was born 1835.

6. Minerva A Roberts born November 27, 1835 and died 1904 in Daviess County, Kentucky. Burial Estes Cemetery. She maried Robert Wright born July 7, 1833 in Daviess County and died February 18, 1901 in same county.

7. Abraham Ferguson Roberts born 1836 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

6. James Madison "Mattison" Roberts was born 1820 in Kentucky and married Eliza Jane Oliver who was born in 1830 in Kentucky and is the daughter of John Davis Oliver and Mary Ann "Polly" Estes. James had a second marriage to Harriet Turnbull Ganaway about 1854 who was born in Missouri. James Roberts and Harriet Turnbull Ganaway are the parents of:

1. Francis M. Roberts born 1843 in Kentucky.

2. Newton Roberts born 1850 in Kentucky

*3. Martha Elizabeth "Lizzy" Roberts who was born 1860 in Kentucky.

7. Martha Elizabeth "Lizzy" Roberts was born 1860. She married Benjamin Wesley Parker April 4, 1873 in Hancock County, Kentucky. Benjamin was born August 12, 1851 in Daviess County, Kentucky. Benjamin had a second marriage to Catherine Wood on February 4, 1885. Benjamin and Lizzy are the parents of Annie B. Parker who married George Albert Richardson. Their daughter Bertha Ann Richardson married George Robert Davis

 

Shadwick

1. Thomas Shadwick died 1842 in Daviess County married Barbara Harrell December 29, 1803 in Nelson County, Kentucky. Barbara was born 1785 in Kentucky and died 1852 in Daviess County, Kentucky. A lawsuit was filed in Daviess County after her death for settlement of her estate. Thomas and Barbara are the parents of:

1) James M. Shadwick born 1814 in Kentucky and married Martha Ann Boucher

*2) Lydia Shadwick born 1817 in Kentucky and died August 1879 in Hancock County, Kentucky

3) Benjamin Shadwick born 1824 in Nelson County, Kentucky and married Martha Ann Oliver September 2, 1847 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

4) Elizabeth Shadwick born 1828 in Kentucky.

5) James Shadwick married Isabella Beauchamp

2. Lydia Shadwick was born 1817 in Hancock County, Kentucky and died August 1879 in the same county. She married Silas Richardson March 15, 1832 in Hancock County, Kentucky. Silas was born about 1807 in New York and is the son of Martin Richardson. Silas and Lydia Richardson had the following children:

1. Benjamin F. Richardson married Lydia Roberts.

2. Martin Richardson born 1841 in Kentucky.

3. Jackson Richardson.

4. Mary Jane Richardson born 1848 in Kentucky.

5. Nancy Ann Richardson born October 27, 1833 in Hancock County, Kentucky.

3. Nancy Ann Richardson born October 27, 1833 in Hancock County, Kentucky and died August 10, 1900 on her husband;s 76th birthday. in the same county. She married Richard Richardson on January 9, 1850 in Hancock County. He was born August 10, 1824 in Hancock County, Kentucky and is the son of Jonus Richardson and Phebe Richardson. He died August 6, 1913 Hancock County. They are buried at Jewell Mill Dam Cemetery on the original farm of Richard's father, Jonus. Nancy and Richard Richardson are the parents of George Albert Richardson and Annie B. Parker. Their daughter Bertha Ann Richardson married George Robert Davis.