Carolyn Davidson Hicks

"My Family, A Journey Through Time"

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August 10th, 2008

Thousandsticks! moving the rocks to clear the creek!

Uncle Morrow clearing the rocks from the creek to make passage easier. It’s how we got to our cabins in the hills!


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George “All” Sizemore stories

Interview with Felix T Begley on George All Added by DennisBegley551 on 1 Sep 2007 Kentucky Explorer, November 1997 Kentucky Genealogy From Dr. John J. Dickey’s Diary. Interview with FELIX T. BEGLEY, Bull Creek, 27 March 1898 A relative of Polly North’s? I was born 6 March 1834 in Leslie Co., then Perry, near the mouth of Cutshin. My great …Continue reading →


An old story by Vickie Davidson, daughter of Morrow

I know that from stories from my dad.. that Our my grandma Frank Davidson also at one time was what they call a High Sheriff in Leslie county… and my dad (Morrow) was also at one time deputy sheriff.. …….. Uncle Henry…. my dad told me a funny story aout him and himself.. he said Uncle Henry had saved up …Continue reading →


My grandchildren. Photo provided by Robert!


John Rockhouse Sizemore

Reference Number: 25685 Name: John Rockhouse Sizemore Sex: M Change Date: 28 JUL 2003 Birth: 1776 in Wilkes Co., NC Note: “perhaps half Cherokee,” according to the earliest document on Sizemore Indian blood; author-historian Archie Caldwell of TN suggested the half-Cherokee came from George Sizemore’s wife Aggie Shepherd, whose family got their blood from the Nanye’hi line Death: 1849 in …Continue reading →


Agnes “Aggie” Shepherd Sizemore

1 Agnes “Aggy” Shepherd b: 1754 d: 1833 + George “All” Sizemore b: 1751 d: 1822 2 Minerva Winifred Sizemore b: 1772 d: 20 SEP 1855 2 John Rockhouse Sizemore b: 1776 d: 1849 + Nancy Bolling b: ABT 1790? 3 Wilkerson Sizemore b: 1817 + Mahala Bolling b: 1822 2 Edward B. “Ned” Sizemore b: 1778 d: 27 NOV …Continue reading →


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