Boda Collins Holland and family

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 16-03-2009

Information provided by Wesley Collins.

Boda Collins Holland – June 16, 1927 to December 22, 2006
John Henry Holland – December 14, 1927
Curtis Holland – September 11, 1947
Dorothy Sizemore Holland – August 8, 1945
Jerry Holland – October 29, 1949
Patsy Marcum Holland – December 11, 1953
Bobby Gene Holland – May 14, 1951
Lillie Mae Sizemore Holland – June 27, 1953
Roy Lee Holland – December 21, 1952
Ethel Jean Sizemore Holland – January 29, 1963
Margie Ruth Holland Collins – December 2, 1953
Gene Collins – April 16, 1943 to August 21, 2007
Roger Dean Holland – February 6, 1957
Helen Marie Holland Smith – November 14, 1959
Homer Smith – May 23, 1953

And My Grandparents Dorothy and Curtis was married June 2, 1967 I can tell you all there kids and grandkids

Tina Holland Taylor – July, 10 1968
Darlene Holland Baker – August 1, 1971
Barbara Ann Holland Brock – October 2, 1982

Tina’s Kids
Wesleigh Douglas Collins – October, 14 1985
Troy Samuel Curtis Taylor – August 1, 1991
Dorothy Hannah Taylor – April 16. 1999

Darlene’s Kids
Cameron Dudley Collins – October 26, 1994
Savannah Rose Baker – May 19, 2001

Barbara’s Kids
Angel Leann Smith – May 4, 2000
Brookelynn Grace Brock – January 13, 2003
Dillion McCoy Brock – July 29, 2001 to July 29, 2001

Tina (mom) married Samuel Troy Taylor Jr. on May 8, 1992
His birthday March 4, 1953

She Married dad August 4, 1984 and divorced in 1989
Dad’s James Wesley Collins July 4, 1960 (if you need that)

Darlene married Gregory Baker August 7, 1999 not sure about her first husband but they divorced in 1997, And Greg was married to Teresa Davidson first.

Barbara married Thomas August 26, 2000. She had a boyfriend which is Angels dad

Bennie Allen Smith II (Angels Dad) August 25, 1981 to August 22, 1999

Thomas Edward Brock August 19, 1980

Barbara and Thomas are expecting another child in May.

John Henry Davidson and Alice Collins

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 13-08-2008

This is my parents when they were very young!
John and alice Davidson

Links

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in | Posted on 13-01-2015

Sizemore v Davidson Trial 1919 Page 166! http://books.google.com/books?id=-m0EAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA166&lpg=PA166&dq=sizemore+vs+davidson+1919+ky&source

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Kentucky Schools…. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~haddockfamily/kyschools.htm

Researching your Native American heritage,this is a great site for tribal info! http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/

For those interested, here’s a really educational link about DNA! http://essayweb.net/biology/haplogroups.shtml

A few of the Clay soldiers who served during the Civil War: http://www.clayfamilies.com/Military.html

1807 Clay County Tax List http://www.clayfamilies.com/Records.html

James Lick  Program to find out what your latest Haplogroup is! http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/

Sizemore DNA Project! http://www.sizemorednaproject.com/

Collins in Clay Clounty, Ky http://www.clayfamilies.com/History.html

Blevins Sizemore Connection! http://home.insightbb.com/~toniherzog/index.htm

Kentucky’s guide to the Blue grass State. https://ia700307.us.archive.org/5/items/kentuckyguidetob00federich/kentuckyguidetob00federich.pdf

For an easier faster loading page, go here! http://kdl.kyvl.org/catalog/xt79057cs722_546?

Collins Surname DNA Results! http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/collins/resultsCindi’s list for FREE stuff to help in your research! http://www.cyndislist.com/free-stuff/printable-charts-and-forms/?page=2For a comprehensive Admixture Report! http://dnatribes.com/For X Chromosomes, etc. Very informative site!

http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/Kentucky Vital Statistic Records!

http://ukcc.uky.edu/vitalrec/http://www.clayfamilies.com/Salt_Works.htmlAutosomal Matching

http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_statisticsAnimated Kentucky Maps of when each County was formed and when it split in to a different county!

http://www.mapofus.org/kentucky/

South from Hell-fer-Sartin: Kentucky Mountain Folk Tales Paperback – July 20, 1988 by <a>Leonard W. Roberts</a> http://www.amazon.com/dp/0813101751/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=BZWWT9LAWZOV&coliid=I1YGHU8OWMESTT

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Magoffin-County-Historical-Society/193396090682666

https://www.facebook.com/groups/magoffin/

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kymhs/

Up Cutshin and Down Greasy: Folkways of a Kentucky Mountain Family Paperback – March 22, 1988by <a>Leonard W. Roberts</a>http://www.amazon.com/dp/081310176X/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=BZWWT9LAWZOV&coliid=I3BBZXXC64AM7T

Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky! Sold at Amazon…

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0806305762/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=BZWWT9LAWZOV&coliid=INPHU0ZUGDRHI

The Kentucky Explorer! Great resource for information! http://kentuckyexplorer.com/

Here’s a great Cheat Sheet for DNA Dummies! LoL’s Very useful! http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/genetics-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.html

Great list of Leslie County, Ky Cemetery Records! http://www.accessgenealogy.com/cemetery/leslie-county-kentucky-cemetery-records.htm

Sizemore Births Leslie County, Ky http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sizemoregenealogy/births/leslie.html

Kentucky in the news! 1870’s to 2008! http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=0N-VGjzr574C

Need to do some research from Newspapers? http://news.google.com/newspapers

Need to know when each State got it’s State hood? It’s just as important as when Counties were split up! http://www.50states.com/statehood.htm

Awesome book has Vardeman Collins and others in it! http://books.google.com/books?id=WErzV5udRS0C&pg=PA34&lpg=PA34&dq=Vardeman+Collins&source=bl&ots=0-f4RpCk7_&sig=qZVotGiMDT1xVgePPiiy4bcOLqs&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2-7LU4bsCM-GyASmg4CQDg&ved=0CCIQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Vardeman%20Collins&f=false

More Kentucky Marriage plus other great info! http://www.kentucky-genealogy.com/Clay-County-Marriage-Records.htm

Clay County Kentucky Marriages (old records) Part 1. http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/clay/vitals/marriages/bridesaf.txt

Don’t have a Fold3 account? Get your FREE military records at http://www.accessgenealogy.com/military

World Families is a great website to join! Once you register, select the surname group! http://www.worldfamilies.net/

Genome Mate is a desktop tool used to organize in one place the data collected while researching DNA comparisons. Besides data storage it has many features to aid in identifying common ancestors. http://genomemate.org/

Great site with information on Samuel Howard and Chloe Osborne! http://www.mcfarlandfamilies.com/getperson.php?personID=I02948&tree=1

Colonial Virgina Library Info! http://www.lva.virginia.gov/siteIndex.asp

Take a Manchester Kentucky Tour! http://www.welovemanchester.com/Manchester_tour.html

State of Kentucky Delayed Death Records by Counties! http://www.scgs-ky.org/delbrth.htm

Hubbard Genealogy! http://www.sokir.com/hubbard/

Great source for researching families that lived in Kentucky! http://www.kentucky-genealogy.com/Kentucky-Genealogies.htm

Pioneer ghosts of Kentucky, rest in peace John Jay Dickey : a comprehensive name index of the Dickey diary https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/498580?availability=Family%20History%20Library

Genetics Overview! I found this article while browsing Nat Geo’s website through a link that Diana Wells posted earlier in her X site! https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/science-behind/genetics-overview/

Great link for maps in researching your family tree! http://www.mapofus.org/kentucky/

Misc. but useful information! http://www.usgwarchives.net/ky/clay/clayar.html

Clay County Kentucky Census from 1810 to 1930 http://www.kentuckygenealogy.org/clay/census.htm

Genome Mate: ICW, Triangulation and Overlapping Segments! http://genealogypuzzlesdna.blogspot.com/2014/05/genome-mate-icw-triangulation-and.html

Access Genealogy on Native American, etc. ! http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/

DNA explianed with Native American! http://dna-explained.com/2012/12/18/proving-native-american-ancestry-using-dna/

Amos Collins and his clan (our group website) http://amoscollinsandhisclan.com/

Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters http://revwarapps.org/index.htm

Here’s a great source for information in the State of Kentucky! http://www.genealogyinc.com/kentucky/More death records for Kentucky! http://www.deathindexes.com/kentucky/index.html

Kentucky Historical Society! http://history.ky.gov/

Great site when you are wondering if Gedmatch or Ancstry is down! http://www.isitdownrightnow.com/

Small portion of the Dickey Diary! http://kentuckyexplorer.com/nonmembers/00-05102.html

Clay County Books http://www.clayfamilies.com/Books.html

Our Group on Facebook

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 12-02-2014

I started a group on Facebook called Amos Collins Family Tree! If you are on Facebook and you believe you are related to Amos Collins, please stop in and join in on the conversations!

UPDATE: We ave made the tree private but if you would like to join, just request to be my friend and let me know why! I will add you as a friend and then to the group!

 

 

A Walk with my Ancestors! New Book

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 06-02-2014

I am now fact checking the old book and finding many area’s that need updating as well as new information to add. So, stop in at our Facebook Group if you have not joined already, and share in the excitement as we all start getting our DNA results back, share new information we have just discovered, or photos and stories you may not have heard before!

Meanwhile, we are revamping the website to make it easier to find things, and to read! At some point in the future, the new eBook will be ready so keep checking  back!

Introduction

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in | Posted on 20-06-2013

Special Message: Some of my books are now on Amazon in Softcover and the Kindle version! Just search for author Carolyn Davidson Hicks!

In Softcover!

In Kindle,  and in Unlimited which you can read for FREE!

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The links to my books listed below are available on Softcover and Kindle!

My Family, A Journey Through Time

The Civil War: Through Photographs and Documents

Voyage of The Queens Barge: A Six Year Journey Aboard our RV!

Books coming soon:

My Family, A Journey Through Photographs and Records (Companion book to My Family)

The Stranger Who Never Was (A Fiction Short Stories Series)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

I was born in 1955 in Hyden, Kentucky! We lived in a small home in Thousandsticks, just a few miles from Hyden. We farmed the land and had family all around us,  most of which lived on Davidsons Fork Rd, or very close by! Many of my relatives were coal miners, and still are today. My parents moved away when we were  small children, but, I never forgot my Kentucky Home!

I went on to college and earned an MBA. I didn’t know a whole lot about my Ancestors until I started this research.  I started looking in to who they were, and all those wonderful stories I remembered hearing as a child. It was then, that I knew, I had to write it down and document it in a book!

This book is dedicated to my Mother, Father, and all my siblings and the many cousins who have contributed to my research. God Bless, I love you all!

My fondest memory is when we were small we used to travel to the airport to watch the planes take off and land!  Here is a photo of most of us in it!

John Henry Davidson. Martha Parer Collins. Faye, Aaron, Carolyn, Donnie, Marietta and Barbara

John Henry Davidson. Martha Parker Collins. Faye, Aaron, Carolyn, Donnie, Marietta and Barbara

 

Thank you all for your Interest in my Genealogy and my new book, ” A walk with my Ancestor’s”… This is a photo of this S.E. Kentucky Girl earning her MBA and her beautiful Children.

I earned my MBA, Wow!

I earned my MBA, Wow!

Interview with Betty Lester, March 3, 1978

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 08-09-2009

Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History
University of Kentucky

FRIED: It’s March 3rd, 1978 at the home of Miss Betty Lester in Hyden, Kentucky. The following is an interview with Miss Lester by a group of couriers, who are volunteers for the Frontier Nursing Service. Miss Lester came to FNS from Britain in July of 1928 as a practicing nurse midwife.

LESTER: Mrs. Breckinridge, of course, was the director of the Service for forty years. You sure you’re gonna hear me?

FRIED: Umhmm.

LESTER: And she was a member of a very well-known Kentucky family. She . . . her . . . her people came in . . . the Breckinridges came into the . . . into Kentucky through the [Cumberland] Gap in 17-. . . near the end of the eighteenth century and they settled near Lexington. And there are seven generations of the Breckinridges buried in the Lexington Cemetery, so you can tell they . . . they’ve been here a long time. Mrs. Breckinridge’s father was minister to 1:00Russia and the family lived in Russia for . . . all through her girlhood. But she went to school in Switzerland. Her youngest brother was born in Russia, delivered by a midwife under the supervision of a doctor, and when they . . . when his term of office was over they came back to the States. And Mary Breckinridge married, but her first husband died fairly soon afterward, within a year of their being married. And she decided that she’d like to be a nurse, so she went to St. Luke’s in New York and took her general training at St. Luke’s, graduated in about 1910, something like that, and then she remarried. And she had two children, Brecky and Polly. Brecky lived to be four and a half, and Polly died about six hours after delivery because she 2:00was premature. And Brecky had been the center of Mrs. Breckinridge’s life. I mean everything revolved around Brecky. When he died, of course, it was an awful shock to her. She was terribly upset about it. But she said that for every hour of Brecky’s life, she would give the same to a child.

FRIED: What did he die of?

LESTER: He was . . . there was something wrong. I think he had some operations. I don’t know. I never have asked. Anyway, Brecky died, and then she said for the rest of her life would be ded-. . . would be given, not dedicated, given to the service of children. Her marriage was dissolved and she took her own maiden name . . . her maiden name back again and became Mary Breckinridge. She went to France with a whole crowd of . . . of American women, wealthy women, who went to France to rehabilitate the children, the . . . 3:00the lost and the orphans and the starving children in France. And they rehabilitated them and they did all sorts of things, got them all sort of straightened out again. She always used to tell us a little story that they needed milk very badly. So they wrote . . . she wrote to all her friends and said that she either wanted the money to pay for a goat or she wanted a goat. Well, she was the one who went all around everywhere supervising everything, and when she got back to headquarters one day she found twenty-nine goats waiting for her. So they . . . the children [chuckle] . . . the children had enough . . . had enough milk from then on. Well, after that was all over, she came back to the States and her mother died fairly soon afterwards. And then she decided that she wanted to do something for the people of her own state. Well, she knew that in this southeast corner of 4:00Kentucky was a part of the country which was more or less isolated and cut off by the mountain barrier. She didn’t know very much about it, but she talked to people in Lexington and . . . because most . . . a lot of people in Lexington are related far or near to the Breckinridges, and they suggested that she might . . . she would . . . she herself thought that she might come up in here and do surveys seeing really if there was anything that could be done for the . . . these . . . you know, these people who were shut away. So in 1923 she spent the summer up in these mountains going around to the various county seats talking to the judges, talking to any doctors that there were, talking to all the people and the important people. Went up and down the creeks and . . . to see what there 5:00was. And she came . . . camed right through and she came through Leslie County and she went on. And then she was going between Hyden and Beech Fork, up through that way, she ri-. . . rode it horseback, mind you. They all had to . . . all . . . all had . . . all of it had to be on horseback. Couldn’t get anywhere anyway else. She came across this beautiful bend in the river and she thought that it was about four miles from Hyden and she said to herself then, “If ever I come to Leslie County to live, that’s where I’m going to build my house.” And that’s why Wendover is on that little knoll above the river. Well, she came around. She talked to the people, talked to the judges, talked to doctors, talked to anybody. Went up the creeks, met all the various people up the creeks. Met some of the local 6:00midwives, and she found that the most isolated spot in the mountains was Leslie County. We had no roads, no railroads, no nothing. And so she thought this would be the best place for her to locate. Well, during that summer she got a friend of hers from Teacher’s College, Columbia, a Ph.D., Dr. Elliot . . . Ellie Woodyard to come down here and do some . . . a survey of the children, which she did. And Dr. Woodyard found that the children in this area were as bright, and their IQ’s were just as high as the IQ’s of anybody . . . any of the children outside. And if they had the proper education, they could do just as well as people . . . as the children who were outside. So 7:00they . . . they . . . they had one or two-room schoolhouses and not very good teachers. And when the creeks were up and when there was rain or snow or anything, the children couldn’t go to school. There was a seven- month school, which didn’t give them much opportunity. But as she said, they could . . . if they were given the same opportunities, they could really compete very well with the outside children. Well, a lot of our children did go outside. They came to Hyden. There was a high school and there were two dormitories, one where [Brady] Walker’s is now, and that’s a rock stone house on the other side of the road. That was the girls’ dormitory, and [Brady?] Walker’s house was the boys’ dormitory. And they could come in and they would do the chores around the place, and they would bring, well, whatever they had, a ham of meat or fruit or vegetables or something, 8:00anyway, to help to pay for their tuition. And if they got through high school, if they wanted to go on, of course, there was always Berea that they could go to because Berea is a . . . is a college for poor . . . poorer people, people of the low income bracket. So . . . and we have lawyers, senators, representatives, doctors, nurses, you name it, they . . . we have it, who went out from here and really got an education and really did very well because they . . . they could do it, if they had . . . if they had the chance. One of our first . . . one of the first nurses who helped Mrs. Breckinridge who did come in here was a local . . . was a girl from here who had gone out to somewhere in Pennsylvania and got her training. She came back to take care of her father who had typhoid. He died, but she stayed and helped Mrs. Breckinridge. Well, after this survey in 9:001923, when she was here Mrs. Breckinridge saw that the people were self-supporting, they practically all had their own little farm. They had their cow and their hogs and their chickens and their garden, everything that they really wanted except just coffee and a few things like that. And they were very proud. They wouldn’t accept charity at all. But they were very proud, very self-sufficient, except they had no medical care. And she saw that’s that where she could help. The maternal mortality rate was very high. They had terrific typhoid and diphtheria epidemics. They had worms, they had everything, and there were no doctors to help them out. And she saw that if she was . . . if she could come up in here, she would come up in here, that was where she would help. The local midwives did what they could. 10:00They didn’t do any prenatal work, they just went to the mother when she had her baby and you know babies come an-. . . anywhere a baby will come, if it’s normal whether it’s [inaudible] healthy or not. But when . . . sometimes nature goes haywire and then they don’t . . . no help. You’d have to wait about . . . if you sent for a doctor, you’d have to wait about six hours for one to come from Har-. . . from Hazard. Consequently, the maternal mortality rate was high, and that’s where she thought she could help. To help the children, even as she says, “Even before they were born.” So she went back to Lexington. She taught down there. And she decided that if she was to . . . if she were to come up here to work, then she would have to be a midwife. Well, you couldn’t get your midwifery training in the States in those days. There weren’t any medical schools. So all the [inaudible] delivered by doctors or by local women. So she decided she’d better 11:00go to Europe and get her midwifery training, which she did. She went to England. She took her midwifery training at the British Hospital for Mothers and Babies. She went to the General Lying- In Hospital at . . . in York . . . at York Road in London, too, and she went to the Central Midwives Board and she told them what she wanted to do because she had to start absolutely from scratch. She had no . . . no rules and regulations, nothing to go by at all. So they were all very good to her. They sha-. . . they gave her the rules and regulations of the Central Midwives Board, and they told her . . . gave her all the information . . . as much of the information she wanted. And then she went up to Scotland and there she met Sir Leslie Mackenzie in Edinburgh, and he was the head of the Scots nurses, and he 12:00suggested that she should go up to the Highlands and the islands of the Hebrides and see what the nurses were doing up there. And if you . . . when you . . . I don’t know if you’ve been to Scotland, but if you go to Scotland you’ll find that the terrain . . . the mountains are a little bit like ours. They have heather on theirs and we don’t, but otherwise there . . . there is a similarity. And the nurses up there in . . . in the Hebrides, they had to go between the islands in boats. Well, the Atlantic is a bit rough and you bobbed up and down and it was pretty . . . pretty dangerous traveling between the . . . the islands but the nurses did it. And then in the Highlands, they either rode horseback or walked through the mountains to . . . to their patients. And she thought if they could do it up there in Scotland, they could do it here. So she went back to London, got all her information that she wanted, and came back to the States. And the 13:00doctors in Lexington were very interested. And all of the specialists gave her a sort of a routine that the nurses would follow. See, we nurses don’t prescribe and we don’t diagnose. We can make a tentative diagnosis and we can give that to the doctor, and if there’s anything wrong then he’ll tell us how to . . . how to treat it. So they gave us this routine of the things that we could use and the things that we could do, and the things that we couldn’t do. Well, in those days we didn’t have the wonder drugs that they have now, and we didn’t have all the paraphernalia that they have now to do everything for everybody. It was just a simple way of life. And so when she was in France she met two nurses where she was working, and these two nurses were going to England to take their midwifery. Well, she was very interested in 14:00these two nurses and she said, “When I’m in . . . when you’re in England, in London and I’m in London, I would like to meet you and talk to you about this, about if you would like to help me in Kentucky.” So when they were in London they got together and these two nurses, Miss [Freida] Caffin and Miss [Edna] Rockstroh, decided that they would come to Ken-. . . to the . . . to Leslie County with her, which they did. And they did the survey and did all the work while she was getting money and that sort of thing. She helped, but they did a good deal of it. And so in May of 1925, she came up to Leslie County to live. They had a little house down the creek, down the . . . down the road there just on the corner opposite the Presbyterian Church. And she and these two nurses and one of their mothers, Miss . 15:00. . Mrs. Caffin came, and Major Breckinridge came up to help them with the horses and things. So they all started down . . . that’s how it all started in that little house in . . . in Hyden. Well, she . . . they . . . she had to go out and get the money, of course, while these . . . while these nurses did . . . now, when they came in, of course, everybody wondered what these queer women were doing in here. What were they up here for? What did they want? Well, Mrs. Breckinridge came in and she said, “Now we’re here, we’re nurses and we’re midwives. If you want us . . . if you want to come and visit us, do, and bring your children and if we can help you in anyway, we will. If you bring your children, they’ve got sores or anything, we’ll help . . . we’ll you take care of them and we’ll do anything we can to help. And, of course, we’d like to visit . . . you can 16:00come and visit us and we’d like to visit you, but we are not coming into your homes unless you invite us.” You know, some people come in and they say this, that, and the next thing. They’re do-gooders, they’re gonna do this, that, and the next and change everybody’s life. But she didn’t do it that way at all. She said, “If you want us to come and visit you, you just–[loud noise in background]–ask us and we’ll come.” I thought it was a bomb going off. [Interruption in taping] And so that was the best way to do, and people came to the little house and they invited her to go and see them. So they . . . she went. The . . . the . . . she had some nurses and she visit-. . . visited around to the various houses. And they began . . . people began to think these women knew what they were talking about, and they would talk and nurses would talk and got to know everybody. And then in September of 1925 our first baby was 17:00born. They had got . . . you see, it takes awhile to get people’s confidence because they don’t know what you’re doing. I mean, they’re . . . you’re strange. You . . . they . . . these nurses were strange to them. They were from the outside. What were they doing? Did they know what they were talking about? They were young. They’d never had children. How did they know how to . . . how to take care of a woman when she was having a baby? But very soon they got to realize that these nurses did know what they were talking about. So that’s . . . and then Mrs. Breckinridge, of course, had to get the money to . . . to . . . . . . to . . . she ran it on her own money for the first few months but, of course, she couldn’t do that for very long. And she had to go outside and get money to get the Service going. Besides, she didn’t want to stay in Hyden all of her life. She wanted to just go out . . . expand. She wanted to cover at least a thousand square miles. So she went out to form committees in the various states in the . . . more or less, in the 18:00East. Like we went to Louisville and Lexington and Boston, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Washington, all those places. She formed . . . they formed committees and people got very interested in the Service, and she never once asked for money. She always told them what the conditions were and what we were doing, and money just came in. So she was able to expand and she was able to build various centers. Before she started to build a center, she always . . . the people came and said, “We want you to come to us.” And she would say, “Well, we have to do something about it. You get the people together and talk about it, and then I’ll come and talk to them and tell them. And then if you decide that you want us to come where you are, to . . . to the creek or wherever that you want us, then we’ll see what we can do about 19:00it.” So that’s the . . . people went home and they got together and they decided, and so she was able to . . . fir-. . . of course, she did have a nurse at Wendover because she did build a . . . I forgot to tell you that. She did build her own house at Wendover in 1925. Soon as she came in, she go that started, and at Christmas in 1925 that house was dedicated to the memory of Polly and Brecky. So that was all right. So then she . . . she built the six . . . I . . . she built about six outposts; Beech Fork, Confluence, Red Bird, Flat Creek, Burlington and Burgess. She also got the money for a hospital. We had to have a hospital. And she got money. People gave her money for the hospital, and the hospital was built up on the hill. Twelve beds and twelve bassinets. No, not twelve bassinets, some bassinets. And in June of 1928 that was dedicated and 20:00Sir Leslie and Lady Mackenzie came over from Scotland to dedicate it. Wasn’t that nice? I h-. . . because he helped, too, see? And then they came over and that hospital was dedicated in June of 1928. Well, people began to come. We be-. . . we soon were able . . . after that we got a part-time doctor. He was part-time public health and part- time FNS. So we did have a doctor to tell us how . . . what we could, you know, do . . . that we could refer to. Before that we’d had to refer people to . . . either to Doctor Collins in Hazard or to the doctors in Lexington. And we were having some midwifery by that time. Of course, Doctor McCormick in Louisville gave . . . sa- . . . said that whatever vaccines she needed for the inoculations against typhoid and diphtheria, and the vaccine for smallpox, we could 21:00have it from the State Department of Health. So we got our . . . all our vaccines that we needed and everything, so . . . and, of course, at first people didn’t want their children to have this . . . these needles shoved into them. They thought it was cruel. They didn’t see any sense in having a needle shoved into a child. However, they got used to that. And after a time they began to tell us when their typhoid shots, and this, that, and the next thing, were due. So that was all right. Well, we had got the hospital. We’d got Wendover. We’d got the six outposts. Money was coming in. And then in 1931 the Depression hit us. When the Depression hit us, of course, we couldn’t . . . I mean people couldn’t send us any money after that because they had enough to do to keep their own house . . . own homes going. So 22:00we got to be very poor. We didn’t close down, we just managed. Some of the nurses had to leave and some of us stayed and we didn’t have any money but we were very happy. We had enough to eat and a bed to sleep on and our horses were taken care of. And so then when the Depression . . . when we got out of the Depression we went on until 1939 when the Graduate School of Midwifery was started, and that’s . . . we’d already been doing midwifery. Now, our midwifery program, we really did a very intensive training of our . . . teaching of our patients who were going to have babies because as Mrs. Breckinridge said, “You’ve got to take care of the baby before it’s born.” We tried to get our mothers to register with us soon as they knew they were pregnant. They didn’t always do that, but they . . . they did register. And then the nurses saw them. We saw them every month until they were six 23:00months pregnant, every two weeks through the seventh and eighth month, and the last month we saw them every week. If they didn’t come to the clinic we had to go and visit them in their own homes because we had to watch them very carefully in case any . . . there should be anything abnormal. And if we saw them as often as that, you see, we could [telephone rings] pick up the abnormality as soon as . . . as soon as we . . . we’d find it. Excuse me. Answer!

FRIED: Sorry. [Interruption in taping]

LESTER: [Inaudible] we saw them, as I say, so often so that we could really watch out to see if anything abnormal happened. We didn’t do the marvelous work that they do now with their prenatals. All we did was to take their blood pressure, their . . . their temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, urinalysis and . . . and done a palpation to s- . . . and the . . . and the external measurements 24:00to see if her baby was lying all right. See that the urine was clear, see that the blood pressure was all right, and see that they weren’t running any fever or anything. And then while we were doing that, we were also giving them advice. I mean advice on their diets, about resting every day, and about drinking enough water, and just giving them . . . well, just giving them the . . . the i-. . . the ideas of what we w-. . . what would be the best thing for them. The women in this country, of course, do . . . did work very hard. I mean they worked in the gardens and they did a lot of walking. Consequently, of course, their muscles were in very good shape. We didn’t have the sagging muscles and we didn’t have many contracted pelvises or anything like that. We did have some, and we did have abnormalities. All the mothers had to be delivered at home. In the beginning, of course, there wasn’t . . . there was no hospital 25:00for them, but they . . . they preferred to be delivered at home with their own family, and it was all right with us. We had special bags for them, we had for the deliveries. We had this bag in which we carried all supplies that we should need for delivery, and those bags were sacrosanct. They weren’t allowed . . . we weren’t allowed to . . . allowed to use them for anything but just the delivery itself. In our general bags we could carry . . . we carried an emergency kit in case we got caught and the mother was in labor and we were way over there somewhere. And we had to do what there was to do with just an emergency kit, and then . . . while a man came to get the proper bags. So . . . and as soon as we came back from the delivery, we had to empty those bags. Everything had to be taken out. 26:00The white linings, the white bags, everything had to be taken out of those bags. The instruments washed, the gloves washed, everything like that because we didn’t have these disposable things then. And they had to be repacked fairly soon so that in case of another . . . the thing coming. That was our first consideration; get our bags emptied and fixed up before we did anything else. Of course we had to write up our record. We had to write up the record of the delivery, exactly what happened and all about it. Well, now, when the woman . . . we told the woman when she had her first pain, when she really thought she was in labor, to send for us, which they . . . which they did. Sometimes they sent when they’d had a pain and it . . . they weren’t really in labor, but that was all right. We had to stay awhile to see that they were all right. The man would come. We didn’t ride alone at night be-. . . not because anybody would molest us, because they wouldn’t. We were . . . we had our blue- gray 27:00uniform and everybody knew us. They wouldn’t do a thing to harm us. In fact, they’d help us all they could if we got lost or anything. But we didn’t ride out after dark alone because you might get sick, you might fall off your horse. Your horse might throw you and . . . and anything could happen to you on the trails. And if you were out there on the trail at night, you might lie for hours and not . . . and nobody come and . . . come and find you until daylight. Because if the horse was all right, he’d go home. And then we had to leave a note where we were going so the people could come and find us. The man came, took the bags. We got dressed. He saddled the horse and got everything ready and off we went. And we had to stay . . . if the patient was in labor, we stayed with them until the baby was born. And then we fixed the mother up, fixed the baby up, and you had to stay an hour and a half after delivery to make sure that everything 28:00was all right because you might be five miles away from home. And if anything happened, if you had just rushed off as soon as the baby was born, anything could happen. A woman could hemorrhage, she could do anything. A baby could get asphyxiated, anything can happen. So we always stayed an hour and a half afterwards, and then we came on home. We saw them every wee-. . . every day for the first ten days and did all the things that we should do. And then we saw them every week for the first month, and then every month for the first year. And then we carried them on. We carried our family t-. . . we had family folders. We had . . . everybody in the house had a different . . . the adults had a card, the school-aged, the . . . the tots and the babies, everybody had their own card and we had to write down every so often what we had done for them. So this family . . . so we really took care of the whole family as well as the mother and as well as the sick patient who was in the hos-. . . in the home and, as I 29:00say, we kept very careful records of it. And we followed the baby’s first year and then we followed them as toddlers and then through school. Twice a year we saw them when they were in school. And then the adults, we saw them whenever they . . . whenever they needed us. But our midwifery program, at first, of course, was really the special thing to . . . I mean, that we soon were what you’d call family nurses as well as midwives then. So we . . . as I say, we took care of the whole family. And we have delivered almost eighteen thousand babies, I think, and we’ve only had eleven maternal deaths. And that is almost a world record because . . . and it was all because of our m-. . . of our prenatal work. That we were so careful with it, we could watch them so carefully and know that if 30:00anything . . . first thing that went wrong, we could get a doctor. And as I say, we had a part- time doctor at first, and then after that we had our own medical director who, if we needed him, he’d go out to the various centers to take care of things. But if we could get them to the hospital to him, it was much better. If there was anything wrong with the mother, we got her into the hospital. We watched here there and saw that everything cleared up. And if she . . . if it didn’t clear up, probably then she would stay . . . I mean she would have her baby in the hospital. We had to watch out that the baby was lying right because if the . . . that was the thing that happened sometimes. A baby doesn’t lie right and then it’s a bit difficult. Well, do you want to change? [Interruption in taping] There weren’t any midwifery schools in the States and everybody was . . . as I 31:00told you, Mrs. Breckinridge went to London to get her widwifery, and then if any American public health nurses came down here and wanted to stay, they had to be midwives. Because each of the centers that I . . . we talked about, had to have two midwives. Because, you see, they would . . . the . . . the districts were divided into two. One nurse had one end and one nurse had the other. And so they had their own midwifery, their own everything. And if they wanted to stay as . . . down here as . . . to work, they had to have their midwifery training. So she sent . . . any American nurses who wanted to stay, she sent over to England or Scotland on scholarship for the six months’ training over there. And then they would come back and either . . . and then they would . . . they were supposed to stay for two years and . . . after having had the scholarship. Well, that’s how 32:00I came because Mrs. Breckinridge sent one of her nurses to York where . . . the General Lying-in Hospital where I was doing my midwifery training. And we all got most excited about this American nurse because this American nurse had pictures and she had this album with all these pictures of horses and dogs and creeks and everything. And I . . . I was one of the midwives sitting around one day looking at this book and she came in and we got to know each other. We got to be very good friends. And she was telling me about riding up and down the creeks on horseback and all the things that . . . that we had to do and it sounded like such a fascinating life to me. And I had no home ties. I mean, I could . . . my parents had both died before I started nursing so I could do what I wanted. So I said to her one day, “Do you want any more nurses?” And she said, “Yes.” I said . 33:00. . she said, “Yes,” so I said, “I’d love to come.” She said . . . well, she told me about writing to Mrs. Breckinridge. So Mrs. Breckinridge wrote back to me and said that when I had my diploma I could apply, which I did. And there was a furor in the hospital where I was because they didn’t want me to come. And they . . . they called me into the office and said, “You think you’re going to Kentucky?” And I said, “Yes, please, I want to go.” “Well, do you know what you’re doing?” They said, “Here you’ve got the day sister and day duty. You’ve got night sister on night duty. You’ve got your doctor within five minutes. Out there you’ll have nobody. You’ll just be by yourself. What are you going to do? You’ve only just got to twenty cases,” ’cause we had to take twenty cases. We had to deliver twenty cases under supervision. “You don’t know a thing about it. What are 34:00you going to do?” Well, I hadn’t thought about that. All I thought about was having a horse and a dog. [Laughter] So I . . . so they said, “Now you can’t do it. You simply cannot. We cannot send you out to Mrs. Breckinridge as an untrained . . . you may have got your diploma. Yes, you’ve got it, but you’re not trained. You can’t do an-. . . you’re . . . you wouldn’t be any good to her.” Well, I thought, “I . . . I want to go so badly.” So they said, “Well stay. We want you to stay for six months and do a six-month post- graduate course.” So I stayed for six months and believe you me I worked hard those six months because anything that happened, send for . . . send for the nurse. Yes, well, a nurse went. So I learned a lot. I learned the fundamentals of midwifery and that’s what we really needed. And when I came out I knew . . . I mean, if I’d come out as a raw midwife I wouldn’t have been able to do a thing. But having had this six months’ training, I could really do it. So 35:00riding horseback day and night, summer, winter, anytime. And we’d really . . . I mean midwifery we really have done. We’re very proud of our midwifery work because we have saved a lot of lives and we’re still saving them. [Interruption in taping] You sort of felt . . . I mean you knew that what she said she meant. And you really . . . she ex-. . . she was a perfectionist herself, and she expected us nurses to . . . to give her of our best, which we did. Because she was giving her best and therefore her . . . her influence and her . . . everything about her sort of gave us that incentive to give of our best. And it was really . . . but she was very small, but she was dynamic. And I mean she had . . . she was . . . she 36:00had a very good . . . a very good sense of humor. You’d hear her laugh from here to the other side of Wendover when she started laughing about things. But she . . . she did expect the best, and she did expect us to do our work properly and we did. And . . . I mean our uniforms, she expected us always to be in full uniform and look like FNSers who were proud of our uniform. And we wore it very proudly.

FRIED: One of the . . . [tape fades] . . .

LESTER: . . . met me at Confluence, they brought a horse down, and I was the fifth nurse they’d had to escort to Hyden and they were getting a bit fed up with this. [Laughter] But they . . . they let me get on ahead and then they came catching me up. And I thought, “Well, I’m not going to put up with this. I’m coming to catch up with you,” because I could ride. I’d ridden all my youth so I knew how to ride and I mean it didn’t bother me getting on a horse, so I kept up with them from then on to Hyden. We had a lovely trip. And when Marvin was 37:00here, you see, then that led to . . . WO

MAN: I think she must have been.

FRIED: What are some of the memories that, like, really stick out? I mean . . .

LESTER: Well, [Book?] and James stick out because they brought me up here. There are . . . well, I mean there was . . .

FRIED: I mean as far as, like, your field work or the . . .

LESTER: The field workers?

FRIED: No, your field work. I mean, you know, like . . .

LESTER: What . . . what . . . what sticks out in my memory?

FRIED: Yeah.

LESTER: Well, I can’t give you any very specific things because there were so many of them all the time. But there’s one that really does stand out rather a lot. We weren’t supposed to go out- . . . outside the five mile limit. That was our limit. We weren’t supposed to go a step beyond that. Well, I was at Bull Creek one Thurs-. . . one clinic day, and this woman came to register, and I asked her 38:00all the various questions. Then I asked here where she lived and she told me she lived over on Big Creek. “Oh, my goodness,” I said, “I can’t come to . . . I can’t take you there. You’ll have to come into the hospital to have your baby.” “I can’t go to the hospital.” [inaudible] think the hospital [inaudible]. I said, “I’m sorry, but I can’t come. It’s too far.” It was about seven miles. Well, tears came into her eyes and I looked at her and I said, “What’s the matter?” She said, “Well, I’ve had one baby and my baby was born dead. And I want a baby very badly. And if you’ll come and look after her, I’ll have that baby.” Well, what could I do? Simply couldn’t do anything. My . . . tears came into my eyes, too, because she wanted this baby so badly and . . . and she had enough faith in me, in the nurses, it 39:00wasn’t in me exac-. . . it was in the nurses, that if she had the nurses she’d have a live baby. So I said, “Well, if you’ll come to clinic every time I want you to, and do everything that I want you to do, I may be able to take you at home.” Well, her eyes . . . she brightened up at that. And I said, “Now, I’ll do my best, but you’ll have to promise me to come, and if you don’t, the first time you miss, I shall have to say I’m sorry, I can’t come.” So she said she’d come and I said, “I will come over and see where you live,” because I wanted to see that she would have everything ready, I mean she’d have the things that I needed. I’d have to tell her what to get ready for me. So she did and, of course, I was really not in trouble but I . . . the as-. . . the assistant . . . the assistant directors were on my tail. So I thought my best plan to do is to go over your heads to Mrs. Breckinridge, and I did. And she said to me, “Betty, 40:00you cannot leave your own patients. You cannot neglect your own patients for an outsider. If you’ll promise me that, that you won’t neglect your own work to go over there, you can go because you can ride. I know you can, and you’ve got a good horse and I know you can do it. But,” she said, “you mustn’t neglect your own work.” Well, of course, I said, “I wouldn’t dream of it, Mrs. Breckinridge. If you’ll let me go just for the delivery and just for the post-partum, if she comes to her . . . to me for her prenatals, will it be all right?” And she said, “Yes.” So I did go. The man came for me in the middle of one night and we had all of this seven miles to ride. Got there, she was in labor but she took a long time and she had . . . if she’d had a granny midwife–even though I say that myself as a midwife–if she’d had a granny midwife, a local midwife, I don’t think she’d have 41:00had a live baby because it was a very difficult delivery and I did have quite a hard time. I sweat blood getting the baby, but I got it and I got a live baby so it was worth it. And that baby grew up. It was a girl. She married. She was pregnant and I saw her. And I went . . . and she was going to have her baby in the hospital. So I went to the people in the hospital and I said, “May I come into the delivery room when she has her baby?” “Well, you can . . . you can take the baby if you want to.” The . . . the . . . the Graduate School had started by this time. “You can conduct the delivery till the . . . and . . . and . . . and supervising the student.” Well, I said, “Well, I thank you very much, I’ll do that then.” So I did that. So we had a live baby. Everything was all right. It was a boy. That boy grew up, and it shows how old I am. [Chuckle] That boy grew up and married, and his wife was going to have a baby, and they saw me again. 42:00″Well,” I said, “I’m not going to do anything about it this time, but I will be . . . I will be in the delivery room.” So I went to the supervisors again and said, “Please can I observe this delivery?” And they said, “Yes.” So I sat in the back of the room and watched it. So I’m a great- grandmother. [Laughter] So that’s that. That’s my outstanding story.

FRIED: It’s a good one.

LESTER: There’ve been other ones, but this . . . that was . . . that’s really the one I treasure. And that’s that. [Interruption in taping]

COURIER: Why was the midwifery school started?

LESTER: Oh, in 1939 war started in Europe and a lot of the . . . there were quite a few British nurses here, and the British nurses felt that they should go home. Some of them felt that they should go 43:00home and help in Britain when they probably were needing nurses. So we couldn’t leave the Service without midwives because we were about fifty-. . . a fifty-fifty proposition, and so we had to do something about it. So in P-. . . in September of 1939, some of the . . . oh, and also the American nurses, of course, couldn’t go to Britain because we were frozen. They were frozen on this side of the Atlantic and we were frozen . . . and the nurses in England were . . . couldn’t come out here. So there couldn’t be any more exchange. So the American nurses had to be trained in this country. The Frontier Graduate School was started to train . . . I think they star-. . . I think they started with two American nurses and started those off to train them first of all. And some of us Britishers stayed to 44:00get them to help with that training and get them started so that there would be a continuation so that the . . . there . . . there would be a few. And then gradually, you see, more and more American nurses came down and trained. And I think now we’ve trained, oh, roughly between four and five hundred, I think, the American nurses to be midwives and they’re all over the world. They’ve taken the work to other countries and to various parts of the States. So that’s . . . that’s really why it started, because of the war in Europe and the British nurses having to leave, and we had to train American nurses to take their place. [Interruption in taping] One thing I forgot to talk about . . . to tell you about in the . . . when I was 45:00talking about midwifery was, that all our . . . practically all our mothers, I might say all of our mothers, breastfed their babies in those early days which was what we advocated, that we wanted them to do it. And, of course, they . . . they wouldn’t do anything else. They would breastfeed them. They might be on demand feeding, but even so they were all, practically all, breastfed babies. I think I ought to emphasize that because it was one of the things we did, and all our babies stayed on the breast for nine months to a year, and then that was it. But we did advocate breastfeeding. WO

MAN: Miss Lester, did they have any family planning at that time?

LESTER: Oh, yes! Oh, yes! Family . . . no, no, we didn’t. If a mother wanted . . . if a mother asked the nurses what she could do so that she wouldn’t have any more babies, we always had to refer them 46:00to our doctor. We . . . [End of Tape #1, Side #1]

LESTER: . . . never gave them that advice in those early days. We always said, “Well, you come to the hospital and talk to our doctor about it, then he’ll tell you, more or less, what to do.” But we nurses were not . . . we did not give them that advice. COURIER: Didn’t I hear something about Dr. Rock and the pill . . .

LESTER: Yes.

COURIER: . . . starting down here . . .

LESTER: Umhmm.

COURIER: . . . or something?

LESTER: Yes, he started that. Dr. Rock wanted it, and they ma-. . . he did it down here. Anna Mae January was the nurse who . . . who went around and she had a lovely time. And they really did a very good job with it. I don’t know much about that part of it but, yes, he did. He and M-. . . he knew Mrs. Breckinridge and . . . and they got together and he did it . . . they did it down here. But as I say, Anna Mae January was the one who did it and she loved it. And everybody . . . of course, she was so well-loved and so everybody took note of what Anna Mae said. The people in here said she was just as good . . . they’d just as soon have her as a doctor. So they would all listen to what she had to say. And anybody who wanted advice, she would give it. [End of Interview]

Looking for Photos, Newspaper Clippings, Documents

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 08-09-2009

I am looking for any photos, newspaper clippings and documents pertaining to the Collins and Davidson families of Eastern Kentucky. Some names of interest are Henry Davidson, John Collins, John Davidson, John Gilbert Collins, Benjamin Davidson, Eli Collins, or anyone related to these people. Please contact me if you have information to contribute to my book, “Living Memories”. Deadline for publication in September 30, 2009. To send me an email: Click Here!

1878 Leslie County, Ky birth records

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 12-06-2009

May Woolum, Laura Elvira Woolum
March Giley, Clem Marion Bailey & Rosey Smith
[fathers last name is different]
May Howard, China Willima Howard & Martha Napier
March Howard, Joseph Israel Howard & Sally Morgan
October Lewis, Jasper John Lewis & Lency Smith
March Woods, Carl  [Clay] Wade Woods & Nancy Couch
October Muncy, Lucindy Anderson Muncy & Rosanna Browning
Jan 1879 Lewis, Levi Thadius Lewis & Anna Pennington
July Howard, Felix Isaac Howard & Martha Lewis
August Lewis, Rebica M Isaac Lewis & Jane Williams
December Howard, Rebecca J Andrew Howard & Juda Lewis
June Lewis, Nancy Juder Lewis & Abigele Lewis
November Williams, Andrew B Andrew Williams & Sally Ingles
October Ingles, Nancy Frank Ingles & Polly Adkins
May Ingles, Nathaniel William Ingles & Anna Williams
July Shepperd, Elisha Clem Shepherd & Rutha Muslewhite
December Baker, Louisa William Baker & Elizabeth Wells
November Baker, Gilbert Henry Baker & Katy Cornitt
April Eldridge, Martha Sarah Eldridge
December Shepherd, Lucina Martin Shepherd & Mary Calihan
September not named dead male John Wells & Rebecca Cornitt
December Shepperd, Farmer Wilson Shepherd & Susan Whitehead
December Baker, Martha L Baker & Martha Pennington
December Williams, Winey [female] Robert Williams & Malinda Couch
June Lewis, Polly J James Lewis & Elizabeth Joseph
March Hensley, William Samuel Hensley & Susan Dixon
August Morgan, James David Morgan & Pheby Lewis
April Joseph, John F John Joseph & Ruthy Minyard
[faded] Boggs, James John Boggs & Matilda Pennington
February Lewis, Mahaly Jackson Lewis & Malinda Day
January Day, Mahaley [Perry Co] John Day & Juda Pennington
September Pennington, Seda?? [male] Levi Pennington & Mary J Couch
March Pennington, Rebecca Edward Pennington & Polly Lewis
September not named female William Shell & Nancy York
September York, Matilda John York & Mahulda Fields
May Coldiron, Sary E John Coldiron & Vina Thomas
April Chapill, George George Chapill & Mary Sergent
[faded] Parker, Mary Franklin Parker & Maverry Napier
[faded] Cornitt, John Archable Cornitt & Darcus Wilson
December Brewer, James H John Brewer & Nancy Turner
April 1879 Wooton, Manuel Elison Wooton & Rutha Young
June Lewis, Martha Robert Lewis & Sary Fields
February Stidham, Nancy J Sally Stidham
March Muncy, Madison Joshua Muncy & Lucinda Begley
June Begley, Madison Joshua Muncy & Lucinda Begley
April Sismore, Russel Luis Sismore & Lutisha Woods
[faded] Collins, Wilson William Sismore & Vina Collins
September Couch, Farmer John Couch & Nancy Sismore
May Fields, Daniel William Fields & Tilda Bolin
June Finley, Sary James M Finley & Polly Bolin
March Holen, America [Perry Co] Clark Holen & Sarah Bailey
July Begley, E?? [Perry, female] Samuel Begley & Susan Begley
October Davidson, Samuel John Davidson & Susan Sisemore
February Sisemore, Alexander [Clay] William Sisemore & Elizabeth Muncy
October Begley, Si???? [female] George A Begley & Elizabeth Colins
January Napier, Malinda M S Napier & Elizabeth Campbell
February Muncy, Camer John Muncy & Jane Garison
April Cornitt, William M John Cornitt & Jane Adams
June Hoskins, Elizabeth James Hoskins & Perlina Howard
February Hoskins, Sidna Ezkiel Hoskins & Malinda Brock
August not named dead male Robert Simpson & Martha Brock
April Duff, Mary James Duff & Parsisns Howard
December Brock, Mary Elijah Brock & Dily Roark
March Slusher, Parlee John Slusher & Nancy Napier
March Saylor, Levi   [Clay] Burdie Saylor & Mary Coldiron
March Willsin, Alafore  [female] Noah Willsin & Sarah Farmer
[faded] Farmer, John Samuel Farmer & Charloty Helton
October Helton, Laura Carlo Helton & Elizabeth Farmer
March Saylor, Mary Benjamin Saylor & Nancy Pace
March Coldwell, Henry Colston Coldwell & Mary A Edward
April Jhonson, Dorabell Hiram Jhonson & Jane Jones
[faded] Whitehead, Farmer  [Clay] James Whitehead & Angel Gross
[faded] Collitt, Noah    [Clay] John Collitt & Rebecca Whitehead
October Sisemore, John Dill Sisemore & Ruthy Muncy
[faded] Jones, Mary J William Jones & Martha Asher
October Garison, Rebeca Isaac Garison & Nancy Hoskins
July Garison, Elihu John B Garison & Eliza Browning
July Garison, John John B Garison & Eliza Browning
August unnamed female John Hoskins & Cisey Mosley
April Brock, James Amon Brock & Dily Helton
June Lewis, Felix Mathais Lewis & Rebecca Coots
October France, Henry M Isaac France & Hannah Pace
December Fields, Washington Hampton Fields & Nan??? Pace
March Vaughn, Elda
[Owsly, female]
Daniel Vaughn & Jane Baker

Land Grants

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Misc | Posted on 20-02-2009

Leslie County Land Grants

Grantee                 Acres   Survey Date     Bk  Watercourse 

Adam,Solomon            100     4/ 1/1885       108 Cutakin Creek 
Adams,Solomon           10      4/24/1891       118 Cutshin  
Adams,Solomon           10      4/24/1891       118 Rorne Fork Cutshin  
Asher,Annie             200     9/11/1890       115 Hals Fork 
Asher,Elizabeth         50      9/24/1884       107 None  
Asher,Emily             40      7/28/1916       124 Wootens Creek 
Asher,Emily             50      1/ 7/1907       122 Browns Creek& Jacks Cr
Asher,G M               100     12/11/1888      111 Laurel Fork 
Asher,G M               100     12/11/1888      111 Laurel Fork
Asher,H L               200     12/12/1888      111 Grassy Fork 
Asher,Hannah            200     12/11/1888      111 Grassy Fork 
Asher,Henry             100     2/20/1886       108 Sugar Creek 
Asher,Jackson           200     8/20/1884       107 Rock Lick Branch 
Asher,James F           50      7/18/1890       114 Steel Trap Branch 
Asher,Jno H
McKinley & Dillion      50      7/26/1920       125 Middle ForkKy R
Asher,Jno H
McKinley & Dillion      50      7/26/1920       125 Lower Bad Creek
Asher,John H
McKinley & Dillion      100     12/29/1919      125 Middle Fork Ky R
Asher,Joseph            200     8/20/1884       107 Fork Ridge  
Asher,Permelia          200     8/29/1888       111 Jacks Creek 
Asher,Polly             100     2/ 8/1890       113 Bavins & Jacks Creek 
Asher,Robert            100     8/20/1890       114 Bowins Creek 
Asher,Robt              50      6/20/1890       114 Bowens Creek 
Asher,W M               200     12/ 1/1884      107 Long Branch 
Asher,Wm                50      7/19/1890       114 Red Bird  
Ausborn,Edward          50      11/13/1890      115 Bull Creek
Ausbourn,Hiram          50      2/ 1/1892       116 Collins Fork 
Ausburn,Edward          25      4/ 9/1890       113 Bowling Branch 
Ausburn,James           25      12/11/1889      114 r h ForkBull Creek 
Ausburn,James           50      10/ 4/1889      112 Henrys Fork 
Ausburn,James           50      7/22/1887       112 Bull Creek 
Ausburn,James           50      9/ 4/1800       114 Hell for Certain Creek 
Bailey,Andrew J         200     9/ 1/1887       111 l h Fork Burnt Camp Creek 
Bailey,B F              100     7/27/1887       110 Bear Branch 
Bailey,B F              50      7/28/1887       110 Venesio Creek 
Bailey,Green            60      4/23/1913       125 Little Cane Branch 
Bailey,James Jr         50      6/19/1882       106 Wootons Cr
Bailey,James S          25      12/13/1889      113 Polls Creek 
Bailey,James S          25      6/18/1890       114 Pals Creek 
Bailey,James S          25      6/18/1890       114 Wootens Creek 
Bailey,John M           200     12/ 1/1886      111 Bawns Creek 
Bailey,Wm M             200     8/31/1887       111 Coon Creek 
Baker,Arch              100     9/ 4/1889       112 None  
Baker,Daniel            25      12/19/1911      124 Second Fork Wootens Creek 
Baker,Danl              25      5/19/1882       160 Dans Branch Wootons Creek 
Baker,Henderson         50      12/26/1889      114 Lick Fork Wootens Creek 
Baker,J W & J M         25      9/ 2/1890       114 Bull Hollow  
Baker,J W               24      2/18/1919       125 Puncheon Camp Branch 
Baker,James             50      4/ 8/1890       114 Hell for Certain  
Baker,Jesse             100     7/22/1885       108 Lick Fork 
Baker,Jno W             25      10/29/1889      113 r h Fork Greasy Creek 
Baker,L G & J M         50      9/ 6/1890       114 Polls Creek Cutshin  
Baker,L G               25      7/25/1890       114 Fred Williams Branch 
Baker,L G               50      9/ 6/1889       114 Cutshin
Baker,Wm                15      2/15/1892       116 White Oak Fork 
Baker,Wm                25      9/20/1879       114 l h Fork Lick Fork 
Baker,Wm                25      9/ 5/1889       113 Pleasant Branch 
Baker,Wm                50      1/ 3/1891       115 Lick Fork 
Baker,Wm                75      9/ 5/1889       112 Polls Creek 
Baker,Wm                8       1/21/1892       117 Poles Creek 
Barger,Delaney          200     6/20/1890       114 Cutshin Cr
Barger,Jane             200     6/20/1890       114 Cutshin Creek 
Barger,Jesse G          40      3/22/1890       114 Rush Creek 
Barger,Lewana           30      1/27/1895       118 Rush Creek 
Barker,Henry            200     9/ 3/1889       112 Cutshin  
Bedwell,J W             100     12/28/1889      113 Jerry Gap  
Begley,A L              20      11/ 7/1896      122 M Fork Ky R  
Begley,Alex             50      5/14/1883       105 Mile Branch 
Begley,Alexander        100     2/13/1884       108 Wolf Pen Br
Begley,Ballard          200     4/ 2/1889       112 Greasy Fork 
Begley,E Y              10      8/28/1903       120 Buck Hollow Spruce Pine Cr
Begley,E Y              10      8/20/1902       120 Spruce Pine Creek 
Begley,E Y              30      8/27/1902       120 Spruce Pine Creek 
Begley,E Y              50      3/ 1/1890       114 M Fork R  
Begley,E Y              75      9/23/1891       116 Sugar Camp Creek 
Begley,F F              100     8/ 8/1884       107 Bull Creek 
Begley,F T              50      8/ 8/1884       107 None  
Begley,Fannie           200     8/20/1887       109 Salt Peter Gap  
Begley,Granville        100     10/14/1890      116 M Fork Ky R  
Begley,Hiram & Samuel   100     3/17/1890       113 Middle Fork & Bull Creek 
Begley,J C              25      1/12/1904       121 Road Fork 
Begley,Jackson          50      5/15/1890       114 Cane Branch 
Begley,Jackson          50      5/15/1890       114 Camp Branch
Begley,Jesse B          100     10/13/1890      117 M Fork R  
Begley,John Y           100     9/27/1889       112 Hell for Certain  
Begley,Melvel           25      11/20/1890      122 McIntosh Creek 
Begley,Melvel           50      1/20/1891       115 Nancy Sizemore Branch 
Begley,Pharris          100     5/16/1890       114 Camp Branch 
Begley,R M              30      3/18/1919       125 Cool Branch 
Begley,Samuel C         80      9/13/1890       115 Wilder Branch 
Begley,Sherman          100     12/13/1889      112 Hell for Certain  
Begley,Thee             100     5/10/1890       114 McTushes Creek 
Begley,Thee             50      5/17/1890       114 Spring Branch 
Begley,Thee             50      5/17/1890       114 Trace Fork Elkhorn Creek 
Bentley,W P             100     9/13/1889       112 Old Roan Waters  
Blakeman,Robert E       70      1/28/1903       120 Hell for Sartin  
Bledsoe,James M         50      4/27/1903       120 N Lovely Waters  
Boggs,Bish              26      7/20/1917       125 Clearwater  
Boggs,D C               100     12/ 5/1888      111 Red Bird & Elisher Crs
Boggs,Elizabeth         50      12/13/1889      114 Short Fork Wolf Creek 
Boggs,J C               50      12/ 6/1888      111 Bear Branch 
Boggs,Levi              100     10/ 1/1889      112 Wolf & Rohue Crs  
Boggs,Levi              100     8/12/1889       12 Bear Branch 
Boggs,Matilda           50      1/13/1890       114 Coon Creek 
Boggs,Silas             50      9/11/1889       112 Bear Wallow  
Boggs,Silas             50      9/11/1889       112 Bad Creek 
Boggs,Silas             50      9/11/1889       112 White Oak & Bad Creek 
Boling,W E              100     1/30/1891       115 Camp Branch 
Bowlin,J H              7       1/ 2/1883       107 Hurts Creek 
Bowlin,John H           18      1/ 2/1883       107 Hurts Creek 
Bowlin,Polly            65      1/18/1903       120 Elkhorn Creek 
Bowlin,Robert E         50      9/13/1890       115 Coal Branch 
Bowlin,Robert E         50      9/13/1890       115 Coal Br
Bowlin,Stockely         50      12/26/1882      113 S Fork M Fork Ky R  
Bowlin,Stokely          200     12/15/1882      109 Ballingers Creek 
Bowling,A L             10      9/21/1918       125 Old House Branch 
Bowling,Ben             50      3/20/1918       125 Rush Creek 
Bowling,Felix G         10      3/25/1918       125 Rush Creek 
Bowling,Felix G         50      3/20/1918       125 Rush Creek 
Bowling,Finley          25      4/17/1909       123 Coal Branch 
Bowling,Mary Jane       100     10/ 31/1889     112 Macles Creek 
Bowling,Wm              10      9/17/1918       125 Ned Begley Fork 
Bowman,C G              200     16/30/1890      114 Greasy Fork 
Brashears,R O           200     2/15/1883       105 Crafts Colly  
Brewer,J C              50      10/31/1890      115 Cutskin Creek 
Brock,Amon              50      9/11/1889       112 l h ForkBad Creek 
Brock,Andrew            50      2/12/1885       107 Ky R
Brock,Andrew            50      8/20/1881       105 l h Fork Marrowbone  
Brock,Sampson           70      4/16/1917       125 Marrowbone Creek 
Brock,Washington        50      1/22/1885       108 M Fork 
Brock,Washington        50      11/11/1884      109 White Oak  
Brock,Wm                10      1/27/1894       117 Dry Fork War Branch 
Brock,Wm                10      1/26/1894       117 Elk Branch 
Brock,Wm                25      4/16/1917       125 N Marrowbone Creek 
Brown,H B               198     1/ 2/1904       121 Rock & Lick Forks 
Brown,H H               50      8/23/1890       114 Beech Fork 
Brown,Henry             50      10/29/1889      112 Stone Coal Creek 
Brown,Henry H           50      8/25/1886       113 Stone Coal Br
Brown,Wm                50      7/ 2/1890       114 Long Fork Camp Creek 
Browning,D W & Wilson   50      7/21/1891       116 2nd Fork Wootens Creek 
Browning,J A            35      3/29/1907       122 Kane Br
Buckhart,Edmond         50      10/18/1881      104 Buck Fork 
Buckhart,Edmund         100     10/18/1881      104 Branch Buck Fork 
Buckhart,Elizabeth      100     3/27/1885       107 None  
Buckhart,Jacob          150     2/ 2/1885       109 Bear Branch 
Buckhart,Jacob          50      10/17/1881      101 Keywood Fk
Burkhart,S C            50      9/10/1891       116 Buch Fork 
Burkheart,Wm            25      10/21/1903      120 Rock Fork Wild Branch 
Burkheart,Wm            25      10/21/1903      120 S Beech Fork 
Burkheart,Wm            25      10/21/1903      120 Rock Hollow  
Burton,James D          25      9/16/1891       116 Jackson  
Byrd,Thos A             125     10 /9/1902      120 Laurel Fork 
Caldwell,Joshua         100     10/28/1890      115 Spruce Pine M Fork 
Caldwell,Samuel         50      11/20/1890      115 Greasy Branch 
Caldwell,Wm             50      10/27/1890      115 Phillips Fork 
Calvert,Cleon K         60      8/10/1912       124 Tlockey Water Cutshin  
Calwell,Hardey          40      4/17/1917       125 M Fork Ky R  
Campbell,John           25      5/16/1890       115 1 Fork Wilders Branch 
Campbell,John           75      5/17/1890       115 Trace & Buck Fork 
Caudell,James           50      6/14/1912       124 Wootens Creek 
Causey,Stephen          100     9/ 6/1889       114 Lane Branch 
Causey,Wm               50      10/30/1889      113 R House Cr
Causey,Wm               50      9/ 6/1889       113 Cutshin Creek 
Chamberlain,Henry       100     11/ 5/1886      109 Big Cr
Chamberlain,Henry       100     11/ 1/1886      109 Sugar Creek 
Chape,Allen             200     7/31/1883       106 BranchGreasy Creek 
Chapel,Carter           100     3/ 7/1888       110 BranchRed Bird  
Chapel,Jno C            50      9/1890          116 r ForkLewis Creek 
Chapel,John C           50      2/22/1888       110 Beech Fork 
Chapel,John C           50      2/22/1888       112 Upper Double BranchGreasy Fork 
Chapel,Wilson           100     3/ 7/1888       110 BranchRed Bird
Chappel,Sarah           100     1/ 7/1890       113 S ForkKy R  
Chappell,Elizabeth      50      1/30/1884       107 Beech Fork 
Chappell,Fannie         150     7/30/1883       106 Elk Creek 
Chappell,Fannie         50      7/30/1883       106 Elk Creek 
Chappell,George         25      11/12/1889      112 Greasy Fork 
Chappell,George         50      12/11/1888      111 Greasy Fork 
Chappell,George         50      7/24/1889       112 None  
Chappell,Henry M        200     7/30/1883       106 Elk Creek 
Chappell,Reuben         200     3/13/1883       107 Red Bird  
Chappell,Sarah Jane     200     7/30/1883       106 Elk Creek 
Clarkston,Thomas        25      9/28/1882       104 Bear Branch 
Clarkston,Thos          100     9/30/1882       105 ForkRidge Bear Branch 
Coats,H M               25      1/25/1891       117 Cutskin Creek 
Coats,James H           50      9/30/1890       116 Trace Fork 
Coats,Silvester         50      3/30/1885       112 Rockhouse Fork 
Coats,Sylvester         25      8/18/1890       116 Rockhouse Branch 
Coffey,D S              25      9/23/1890       115 Wootens Creek 
Coffey,D S              75      9/23/1890       115 Polls Creek 
Coldwell,Hardy          50      4/ 1/1918       125 Turkey Branch 
Collett,Elias           50      1/22/1909       123 Bowmans Creek 
Collett,W J             50      8/21/1890       114 Jacks Cr
Collett,Wiley           50      1/16/1890       114 Jacks Creek 
Collins,Henry           100     9/26/1890       122 Collins Fork 
Collins,Swimpfield      50      9/26/1890       122 Halfway Branch 
Combs,G B               10      7/ 4/1912       124 Coal Branch 
Combs,G B               10      7/ 4/1912       124 Coal Branch 
Coots,H C               50      4/ 2/1885       108 Trace Fk
Coots,Henry C           50      12/ 4/1882      104 Trace Fork 
Coots,Vinie             200     4/ 1/1885       108 Branch Cutskin Creek 
Coots,W B               10      5/28/1910       123 Oldhouse Branch 
Cornett,Arch            100     12/ 2/1882      105 Laurel Fork Cutshin  
Cornett,R H             55      7/ 4/1905       121 Richie Fork 
Cornett,Robert          50      1/ 9/1892       117 Laurel Fork 
Cornett,Robt            25      11/20/1889      113 Rich Fork Laurel  
Cornett,Wm & Robt       50      10/31/1889      113 Cutshin Cr
Cornett,Wm              175     5/18/1892       117 Laurel Fork 
Cornett,Wm G            50      1/ 9/1892       117 Laurel Fork 
Couch,Abijah            50      5/20/1890       115 ForkBull Creek 
Couch,George            50      8/ 4/1913       124 Halls Fork 
Couch,Jesse             50      3/ 4/1885       108 Aaron Branch 
Couch,John              10      3/28/1918       125 Cats & Collins Fork 
Couch,John              200     3/18/1885       108 Bear Branch 
Couch,Levi              50      12/22/1890      113 Bob Fork Macies Fork 
Couch,Wilkerson         200     12/30/1889      113 Bull Creek 
Crawford,Wm L           150     9/30/1882       104 Ky R  
Crawford,Wm L           50      12/20/1882      104 Bear Branch 
Creech,Elisha L         25      8/11/1883       106 Big Branch Wooten Creek 
Creech,Henry            30      8/18/1903       120 Laurel Watern  
Cross,George F          150     6/30/1890       114 Greasy Fork 
Culton,J Morgan         100     10/ 9/1895      118 Henrys Fork Halls Fork 
Culton,J Morgan         50      10/ 9/1895      118 Henrys Fork 
Culton,John W           200     9/11/1890       115 Hals Fk
Culton,M M              175     4/13/1898       118 r Fork Lewis Creek 
Culton,Mary R           200     9/12/1890       115 Collins Fork 
Daniel,K F              50      8/15/1890       114 Camp & Johns Creek 
Daniel,K F              50      8/15/1890       114 Camp Creek 
Davidson,John           50      6/17/1890       114 Bull Creek 
Dilon,Louisa            50      12/ 6/1902      120 Johnson Rock House Creek 
Dixon,A B               6       10/29/1910      123 Johnsons Rock house Creek 
Dixon,J C               100     3/20/1885       108 Short Creek 
Dixon,Louisa            10      10/23/1905      122 Rockhouse Cr
Dixon,R L               10      4/27/1918       125 Owls Nest Creek 
Dixon,Wm                75      7/17/1904       121 Cutshin Creek 
Duff,A J                25      11/20/1903      121 White Oak Cr
Duff,A J                50      8/ 4/1903       120 White Oak Creek 
Duff,Andrew             100     6/23/1890       114 Peter Branch 
Duff,G A                50      9/21/1883       108 Dug Fork 
Duff,Jackson            50      6/23/1890       114 Rocky Hollow Mile Branch 
Duff,Jackson            75      6/23/1890       114 Simms Branch 
Duff,James              200     9/22/1883       108 Peter Branch 
Eastridge Felix         25      8/21/1890       115 Spruce Pine Beech Fork 
Estep,James             10      1/17/1916       125 Big Creek 
Eversole,Abner          25      7/20/1903       120 Cumberland Fork 
Eversole,Clark          100     6/ 6/1884       108 Trade Branch 
Eversole,H C            100     1/22/1883       104 Coal Branch 
Eversole,H C            50      1/24/1883       104 Trace Branch 
Eversole,John B         50      5/16/1890       114 Wilder  
Eversole,Lewis          50      8/31/1887       112 Mill BranchMaceys Creek 
Eversole,W B            30      3/ 7/1893       122 Hals Fork 
Fadden,J W & M C        100     6/ 9/1890       114 Hals Fork 
Farmer,Wm A             25      6/23/1890       114 Spruce Pine Fk
Feltner,Felix           50      10/ 8/1890      115 Deep Ford Br
Feltner,J W             200     8/29/1889       112 None  
Feltner,J W             200     8/29/1889       112 McIntosh Creek 
Feltner,J W             200     8/29/1889       112 McIntosh Creek 
Feltner,John B          50      5/14/1890       114 Stacey Fork 
Feltner,John B          50      5/14/1890       114 Hickory Log Hollow  
Feltner,John B          50      5/14/1890       114 Sign Board Fork 
Feltner,John B          50      6/14/1890       114 McIntoshes Creek 
Feltner,Lewis           42      10/20/1905      122 Elises Branch 
Feltner,Lewis           8       10/20/1905      122 Elises Branch 
Feltner,Rebecca         100     9/15/1891       115 Mill Creek 
Feltner,Wain            15      10/16/1905      122 Cutshin Creek 
Feltner,Wm              200     3/30/1882       102 Sugar Creek 
Fields,Hampton          100     6/30/1890       114 Greasy Fork 
Fields,Maylen           200     9/19/1882       104 Bill Bale Branch 
Fields,Nancy Marget     125     8/ 1/1883       106 Upper Bent Branch 
Finley,J M              50      11/ 4/1889      114 Big Creek 
Finley,J M              50      11/ 4/1889      114 Big CreekRed Bird  
Finley,J M              50      11/ 4/1889      114 Big Cr
Finley,Maning           25      3/ 5/1891       117 Wrens Branch 
Garrard,Gilbert         200     8/20/1884       107 None  
Garrard,Mary            200     12/ 1/1884      107 Birch Fk
Garrison,Ballinger      25      9 /1883         107 Lick Branch 
Garrison,Ballinger      50      2/24/1883       105 Laurel Branch 
Garrison,Bellinger      50      9/14/1883       107 None  
Garrison,Elihuge        50      9/14/1883       107 None  
Garrison,Elihuge        50      9/14/1883       107 Gibberts Creek 
Garrison,Elishu         100     3/ 5/1885       108 Stinnett Creek 
Garrison,Granvill       100     1/18/1883       104 Road Fork 
Garrison,Granvill       25      1/17/1883       104 Big Branch 
Garrison,Granvill       50      1/18/1883       104 Big Branch 
Garrison,Henry          50      8/22/1883       107 Gibbert Cr
Garrison,Henry          75      8/23/1884       107 None  
Garrison,John           30      1/13/1891       115 Camp Creek 
Garrison,John           50      12/21/1885      108 Elishas Creek 
Garrison,Leonard        50      3/ 5/1885       108 Elishas Creek 
Garrison,Louisa         40      10/ 7/1903      120 Big Stinnett Waters  
Garrison,Louisa         60      10/ 7/1903      120 Big Stinnett Creek 
Garrison,Martha         10      12/ 5/1888      111 Bear BranchRough Branch 
Garrison,Martha         200     8/23/1884       107 None  
Garrison,Martha         40      12/ 5/1888      111 Dry Branch& Hog Hollow  
Garrison,Martha Jane    25      11/27/1889      112 Elishos Creek 
Garrison,Martha Jane    25      12/ 7/1888      111 l h ForkElisher Creek 
Garrison,Martha Jane    50      3/ 5/1885       108 Elisha Creek 
Garrison,Nicholas       125     4/ 3/1897       118 Mosely Cabin Branch 
Garrison,Simeon         50      8/22/1883       107 Gibberts Creek 
Garrison,Simon          100     11/26/1886      110 Gilberts Creek
Garrison,Simon          25      2/24/1883       105 l h ForkCreek 
Garrison,Simon          50      2/24/1883       150 Laurel Branch 
Gay,Allen               50      1/ 7/1919       125 M ForkKy R  
Gay,Elijah              50      7/21/1890       115 M ForkKy R  
Gay,Rdward              25      9/15/1890       115 Coal Branch 
Gay,William             100     10/15/1890      115 John Langdons Branch 
Gay,William             100     10/15/1890      115 Long Fork John Langdon Branch 
Griffetts,William       100     10/22/1881      102 Upper Double Creek 
Griffitts,James         25      9/ 2/1890       114 Cushin  
Griffitts,John          80      6/15/1888       111 Hell for Sartin  
Gross,A B               20      5/13/1891       116 Marrowbone Creek 
Gross,Jacob             100     9/ 6/1883       107 Buck Fork 
Gross,James B           100     2/22/1890       114 M ForkKy R  
Gross,Richard           50      10/28/1890      115 Phillips Fork 
Gross,William           150     2/ 1/1890       114 Beech Fork 
Gross,William           50      2/ 1/1890       114 Beech Fk
Hacker,James            20      4/ 3/1890       115 Monnsey Creek 
Hall,B J                50      12/19/1892      117 Woodins Fork 
Hall,Ella J & Matilda   70      9/10/1892       121 Beech & M Fork Ky R  
Hall,Jane               200     2/17/1891       115 Not Lick Branch 
Hall,John & P J         100     2/18/1891       115 Upper Bad Creek 
Hall,John & P J         50      2/18/1891       115 Fort Parker  
Hall,John & P J         50      2/17/1891       115 Lick Branch 
Hall,John               200     3/23/1884       108 Bad Creek 
Hall,John H             200     1/31/1888       110 Sams Branch
Hall,Matilda            200     2/17/1891       115 M ForkKy R  
Hall,P J                50      12/18/1884      108 Bad Creek 
Hall,Polly              100     3/11/1885       108 Trace Branch 
Hall,William            200     7/ 5/1887       109 Sams Branch 
Hamblin,Peter           100     2/19/1890       113 Bullskin Creek 
Hamilton,D F            25      12/27/1897      118 Wooten Creek 
Hamilton,Ira            40      9/23/1890       115 Wootens Creek 
Hamilton,Nelson H       10      7/20/1895       118 Grassy Branch 
Hamilton,R M            100     12/25/1889      113 Wootens Creek 
Hamilton,R M            50      2/27/1893       118 Wootens Creek
Hart,J H                7       2/ 9/1907       122 M ForkKy R  
Hart,Jonathan           50      3/30/1891       116 Buck Fork 
Hartt,W L               50      9/ 6/1883       106 E Spur Poplar,Gap  
Helton,Alexander        100     8/26/1890       114 M Fork 
Helton,R L              10      8/12/1907       123 Willis Branch 
Helton,William          25      11/12/1891      116 M ForkKy R  
Hendrickson,John R      10      8/19/1902       120 Cutskin Creek 
Hendrickson,John R      10      8/19/1902       120 Cutskin Creek 
Hendrickson,William     200     3/27/1885       108 Branch Cutskin Creek 
Hendrix,John R          60      4/23/1913       125 Little Cane Branch 
Hendrixson,James        25      3/20/1891       116 Fork Lower Williams Branch 
Hendrixson,James        50      3/20/1891       116 r Fork Lewis Creek 
Hensley,Andrew          100     7/19/1889       112 Big Creek 
Hensley,Andrew          100     7/18/1889       112 None  
Hensley,Andrew          25      1/20/1883       107 None
Hensley,Cling           50      6/11/1890       114 Bullskin  
Hensley,Emery           100     9/ 1/1887       109 l h Fork Big Creek 
Hensley,Emery           100     9/ 1/1887       109 l h Fork Macys Fork 
Hensley,Emery           200     10/ 9/1888      111 Ulyses Creek 
Hensley,H H             50      11/19/1890      115 N M Fork 
Hensley,H M             8       3/20/1913       124 M Fork Ky R  
Hensley,H M             8       5/19/1913       124 M Fork Ky R  
Hensley,Henry M         100     4/30/1913       124 M Fork Ky R
Hensley,Jonathan        75      2/10/1890       114 White Oak  
Hensley,Thos            25      2/18/1924       126 l Fork Ulysses Creek 
Highnight,Joseph        50      11/ 1/1890      115 Trace Br
Hignight,Abijah         200     3/ 2/1891       116 Trace Branch 
Hignight,Joseph         150     11/ 1/1890      115 Trace Branch 
Hilton,James J          100     12/13/1884      107 Branch White Oak  
Hilton,Nancy            100     9/29/1884       107 Middle Fork 
Hollan,Eli              50      5/23/1888       111 Fork Big Creek 
Hollands,Eli            25      11/24/1888      111 Macies Fork Big Creek 
Hoskins,Carle           50      8/27/1890       114 M Fork 
Hoskins,Carlo B         15      2/ 5/1909       123 M ForkKy R
Hoskins,Carlo B         22      3/24/1909       123 Salt Will Branch 
Hoskins,Carlow          50      9/ 2/1887       113 Trace Branch 
Hoskins,Ezekiel         50      9/ 3/1887       114 Spruce Pine  
Hoskins,Felix           200     10/31/1885      108 Round Hole Creek 
Hoskins,George          50      9/ 6/1883       107 Ky R  
Hoskins,H W             10      2/15/1904       121 Bad Creek M Fork 
Hoskins,Haywood         75      5/31/1890       114 Lower Bad Creek 
Hoskins,Hiram           200     9/25/1884       108 Hals Fork 
Hoskins,Irvin           50      2/23/1883       105 Barnet Rock Branch 
Hoskins,Irvin           50      5/ 3/1890       114 Lower Bad Creek 
Hoskins,James           25      1/30/1890       113 Rocky Hollow
Hoskins,John            50      12/19/1891      117 Laurel Fork 
Hoskins,W R             100     10/ 8/1890      115 Cutskin Creek 
Howard,Andrew           200     12/20/1888      82 Hell for Certain Creek 
Howard,Andrew           25      9/19/1889       112 Hurts Creek
Howard,Andrew W         50      1/24/1891       115 Beech Fork
Howard,Andrew W         50      8/24/1886       113 Beech Fork 
Howard,E C              100     10/27/1885      108 Greasy Fork 
Howard,E C              75      10/27/1885      108 Greasy Creek 
Howard,E S              10      9/29/1906       122 Spruce Pine & Laurel Branch 
Howard,E S              100     10/28/1890      115 Spruce Pine M Fork 
Howard,E S              150     1/17/1885       107 None  
Howard,E S              50      8/25/1890       114 Philips Fork 
Howard,Easom            25      2/ 1/1883       105 Poplar Gap  
Howard,Isaac            10      12/ 5/1896      118 Wolf Fork 
Howard,Iseral           50      1/25/1883       105 Greasy Fork 
Howard,Israel           50      10/18/1884      107 Gilberts Creek 
Howard,Isreal           100     10/21/1884      107 Gilberts Creek 
Howard,J W              25      8/25/1890       114 Sandy Fork 
Howard,J W              50      8/25/1890       114 Phillips Fork Red Bird  
Howard,Jno              50      3/24/1890       113 Muncies Creek 
Howard,Sarah            200     1/ 5/1886       108 Johnson Rockhouse Creek 
Howard,Wm M             25      4/ 2/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Howard,Wm M             25      4/ 1/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Howard,Wm M             50      4/ 2/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Hubbard,Elijah          100     1/15/1891       115 Halls Fork 
Hubbard,Elijah          100     9/27/1890       115 Halls ForkBig Creek 
Hubbard,Eliza           50      3/ 3/1885       108 Bull Creek 
Huff,Blevins            50      11/20/1890      116 Meadow Fork
Huff,Edward             25      6/30/1890       114 Potatoe Creek 
Huff,Eli                100     4/11/1889       112 Greasy  
Huff,I W                50      6/ 4/1912       124 Laurel Fork Trace Branch 
Huff,Jno C              150     10/21/1907      123 Richardsons Fork 
Huff,John C             30      5/31/1913       125 M Fork Ky R  
Huff,John C             75      9/30/1890       115 Pound Mill Branch 
Huff,Pleasant           100     9/27/1890       115 M Fork 
Huff,Taylor             25      9/16/1891       116 Jackson Fork 
Huffaker,Joseph         100     9/30/1889       112 Buckeye Fork 
Huffaker,Joseph         37      8/23/1889       112 Hell for Certain  
Huffaker,Joseph         63      8/23/1889       112 Hell for Certain  
Ingle,Henry             50      5/19/1882       106 Grassy Lick  
Ingle,Wm                25      12/14/1889      117 Grassy Br
Ingle,Wm                25      4/12/1882       102 M Branch Polls Creek 
Jeffries,James H        100     7/ 1/1890       114 Cawood Branch 
Jeffries,James H        50      7/12/1890       114 Mile Branch 
Johnson,L C             50      4/ 1/1918       125 Muggy Fork Turkey Branch 
Johnson,Tennessee       100     1/17/1904       121 Rush Creek 
Johnson,Thos            25      1/20/1890       113 Macies Fork 
Jones,Edward            25      6/ 4/1894       117 Bull Cr
Jones,Irvin             50      8/19/1887       111 Sugar Camp  
Jones,J C               10      6/12/1907       123 Bull Creek 
Jones,Wm                200     4/10/1886       109 Big BranchHell for Certain  
Jones,Wm                50      30/ 4/1889      112 Macies Fork 
Jones,Wm M              50      8/21/1883       106 r h Fork& l h ForkElisha Creek 
Joseph,George           100     1/ 8/1890       113 Cutskin Creek 
Joseph,Jno              75      10/30/1889      113 Long & White Oak Branch 
Joseph,John             50      6/20/1890       114 Coones Creek 
Joseph,Philip           150     3/31/1885       108 Lick Fork 
Joseph,Philip           50      3/31/1885       108 Cutskin Creek 
Joseph,Reason           100     12/ 2/1882      105 Trace Fork 
Joseph,Rutha            100     3/20/1890       113 Cutskin Creek 
Kilburn,Floyd           25      10/10/1910      123 Polls Creek 
Langdon,John            50      10/16/1890      115 John Langdon Branch 
Langdon,Samuel          30      10/14/1890      117 Little BranchM ForkKy R  
Langdon,Samuel P        100     10/13/1890      117 Couch Creek 
Langdon,Samuel P        30      10/13/1890      117 John Langlins Branch 
Langdon,Simeon          50      2/20/1886       111 Sugar Cr
LaRue,J Edgar           50      7/ 9/1908       123 Jump Branch 
Ledford,Caleb L         10      6/ 6/1912       124 Big Creek 
Ledington,Jeremiah      50      5/31/1884       107 Levy Branch 
Lewis,A B               100     8/23/1881       103 Dick Jones Br
Lewis,A B               100     8/23/1881       103 Wolf Pen Branch 
Lewis,Allen             200     9/ 7/1887       109 Macys ForkBig Creek 
Lewis,Christopher       150     9/ 7/1889       112 Wolf Creek 
Lewis,Christopher       150     9/ 7/1889       112 Wolf Creek 
Lewis,Christopher       50      9/ 7/1889       113 Peter Branch 
Lewis,Christopher       50      9/ 7/1889       113 Peter Branch 
Lewis,D T               10      7/ 1/19005      121 Cutskin & None  
Lewis,Daniel            50      11/ 5/1887      110 Gilberts Creek 
Lewis,David             50      10/30/1889      113 r Horse Creek 
Lewis,David             50      10/30/1889      113 r Horse Creek 
Lewis,David             50      3/31/1884       112 None  
Lewis,David             50      3/31/1884       112 None  
Lewis,David             50      9/ 6/1889       113 Cutshin Creek 
Lewis,David             50      9/ 6/1889       113 Cutshin Creek 
Lewis,Drucilla          200     11/22/1887      110 Borens Creek 
Lewis,E L               200     12/20/1888      82 Hell for Certain Creek 
Lewis,Fannie            100     12/20/1888      82 Hell for Certain Creek 
Lewis,Fannie            100     9/21/1887       109 Sugar Camp Branch 
Lewis,Grover Cleveland  100     9/20/1889       112 Polls Creek 
Lewis,Grover Cleveland  100     9/20/1889       112 Polls Creek 
Lewis,Henry D           10      4/25/1902       120 Hurt Creek 
Lewis,Hiram             10      2/ 8/1910       123 Flacky & Owis Nest  
Lewis,Hiram             5       2/ 8/1909       123 Road Fork Flacky  
Lewis,Isaac             50      10/19/1887      110 Hurricane Creek 
Lewis,J L               60      9/11/1917       125 Bob Fork Chandlers Branch
Lewis,J L               8       5/12/1913       124 Elises Branch M Fork Ky R  
Lewis,James             10      9/14/1880       110 Spruce Pine  
Lewis,James             25      12/22/1882      105 Ruff Fork Murts Creek 
Lewis,James             50      2/24/1883       105 Gilberts Big Creek 
Lewis,James L           100     9/ 5/1887       109 Lower Dill Branch 
Lewis,Jno C             50      2/16/1892       116 Cutshin Creek 
Lewis,Jno Sr            50      3/11/1885       113 M Fork Ky R
Lewis,Jno Sr            50      3/11/1885       113 M Fork Ky R
Lewis,John              50      12/19/1888      111 Hell for Sartin Creek 
Lewis,John H            10      4/27/1918       125 Owls Nest Creek 
Lewis,John Jr           25      3/21/1885       108 Johnsons Rock House Creek 
Lewis,John Jr           50      3/21/1885       108 Sheppard Br
Lewis,John Jr           50      1881            101 Sower Creek 
Lewis,John Sr           50      3/22/1882       104 Hurts Creek 
Lewis,Joseph R          25      1/29/1891       115 Laurel Fork 
Lewis,Joseph R          36      1/29/1891       115 Macies Fork 
Lewis,Joseph R          50      8/ 8/1890       114 Hell for Certain  
Lewis,Larkin            50      1/10/1891       115 Larkin Lewis Branch 
Lewis,Loucrettia        180     5/ 3/1898       118 Sand Lick Fork
Lewis,Lourenza          200     8/30/1888       111 Jacks Cr
Lewis,Lucrelia          20      4/19/1900       119 Road Fork 
Lewis,Mathias           100     12/ 5/1889      113 None  
Lewis,Mathias           100     12/ 5/1889      113 None  
Lewis,Nathan            100     12/20/1882      105 Trace Fork Cutshin  
Lewis,R J               100     2/12/1885       107 None  
Lewis,R J               50      12/13/1884      107 Bear Wallow  
Lewis,R J               50      9/28/1884       114 M ForkSpruce Pine  
Lewis,Samuel            100     8/28/1889       112 Branch Cutshin  
Lewis,Samuel            100     8/28/1889       112 Branch Cutshin  
Lewis,Sarah A           25      1/18/1883       105 Burnt Camp Creek 
Lewis,Sarah A           50      2/24/1883       105 Deer Lick Branch 
Lewis,T G               100     2/16/1885       116 Marrowbone  
Lewis,T G               100     4/24/1881       100 Hurts Creek 
Lewis,T G               100     9/ 5/1889       112 Polls Creek 
Lewis,T G               100     9/ 5/1889       112 Polls Creek 
Lewis,Thaddeus          25      3/24/1891       117 Coon Creek 
Lewis,Wilson            30      4/15/1903       120 Cutskin  
Lewis,Wm                25      10/24/1903      121 Cane Hollow  
Lewis,Wm                50      1/13/1891       115 Wolf Creek 
Lewis,Wm                50      10/ 2/1917      125 Wilders Branch 
Lewis,Wm H              10      1/10/1917       120 Hurte Creek 
Lyttle,Malory S         100     1/24/1880       99 Bull Creek 
Madden,Alex             100     11/ 3/1903      120 Lewis Creek 
Madden,Alexander        10      5/ 1/1903       120 Rockhouse Fork 
Madden,Alexander        14      5/ 1/1903       120 Rockhouse Branch 
Maggard,Gilbert         15      10/16/1905      122 Cutshin Creek 
Maggard,Israel          200     12/28/1885      109 Fryers Branch Cutshin  
Maggard,James           50      9/ 6/1889       114 Cutshin  
Maggard,James L         200     9/30/1889       112 Rockhouse Fork 
Maggard,Jas             25      7/25/1890       114 Fred Williams Branch 
Maggard,Jno A           100     6/19/1890       114 Cutshin  
Maggard,John            25      9/11/1889       112 BranchCutshin  
Maggard,John L          10      3/29/1907       122 Camp Branch 
Maggard,Joseph          100     3/12/1890       113 Owis & Flacky Creek 
Maggard,Moses & Reuben  75      12/13/1889      114 Beechbottom Branch 
Maggard,Reuben          25      2/18/1915       124 Meeting House Branch 
Maggard,Saml            25      3/20/1890       114 Rockhouse Fork M Fork 
Maggard,Samuel & James  75      12/13/1889      114 Beechbottom Branch
Maggard,Samuel          125     12/29/1885      109 Fryers BranchCutshin 
Maggard,Samuel          20      12/27/1889      113 Beechbottom Branch 
Maggard,Samuel          35      9/ 6/1889       112 Friers BranchCutshin  
Maggard,Samuel          70      12/27/1889      113 Orchard Branch 
Maggard,W R             10      12/16/1895      118 Eli Vanover Branch 
Marcum,Anna             150     1/30/1890       113 Sugar Creek 
Marcum,Anna             25      2/ 8/1890       113 Sugar Creek
Marcum,Anna             25      3/14/1890       113 Sugar Creek 
Marcum,Hiram            200     10/ 9/1888      111 Ulyees Creek 
Marcum,Thomas           50      9/25/1884       107 None  
Matingly,I              100     10/15/1887      111 Jones Branch 
Mattingly,Ignatius      50      1/ 1/1884       108 Beech Fork 
Mattingly,Ignatius      50      1/ 1/1844       108 Peter Branch 
Mattingly,Lucy Jane     50      10/ 2/1917      125 Wilder Branch
Mattingly,Mary          10      3/ 2/1906       122 Mucys Creek 
Mattingly,Mary          40      3/28/1913       124 M Fork Ky R  
Mattingly,Mary          50      1/ 7/1907       122 Browns Creek Jacks Creek 
Mattingly,Mary Jane     50      3/18/1890       114 Muncys Creek 
Mattingly,Wm H          30      3/26/1912       124 M ForkKy R  
McCollum,Mary           100     11/27/1888      111 Aaron Branch 
McCollum,Mary           50      11/ 4/1889      113 Sugar Creek
McCollum,Mary M         50      11/27/1888      111 Hall Fork 
McCollum,Wm             150     11/23/1888      111 Sugar Creek 
McCreary,Hiram          50      11/ 3/1890      115 Elishas Creek 
McCreary,Hiram          50      11/ 3/1890      115 Red Bird  
McCullom,Sally Ann      200     4/ 9/1884       106 Hals ForkBig Creek 
McCullom,Wm             200     9/26/1882       105 L H ForkBear Branch 
McDaniel,Daniel         25      4/10/1891       116 Cutshin Creek 
McFadden,A H            100     2/ 9/1883       105 L H ForkBear Branch 
McFadden,J W            50      6/ 9/1890       114 Bar Branch 
McFadden,J W            50      6/ 9/1890       114 Bear Branch 
McLewis,Daniel          100     9/30/1882       105 ForkRidge Bear Branch 
Melton,Abner            50      5/15/1890       115 McIntosh Creek 
Melton,Preston          10      8/18/1914       124 BranchCutshin Creek 
Miller,John A           100     9/ 4/1889       112 Cutshin  
Minard,Benj             100     4/10/1889       112 Lovely Fork& Laurel  
Minard,Benj             50      4/10/1889       112 Greasy Fork 
Miniard,J H             40      1/23/1913       124 Lower Lick Branch
Miniard,Jno             50      3/24/1890       113 Bear Branch 
Miniard,Jno B           100     3/24/1890       113 Rockhouse Fork 
Miniard,Jno B           50      4/24/1890       113 Lewis Creek 
Miniard,Nancy           60      3/25/1905       121 Greasy Fork 
Morgan,A B              200     9/ 1/1888       110 Burnt Camp Creek 
Morgan,Allen            50      12/ 9/1902      120 Salt Mill Branch 
Morgan,Armildia         200     1/25/1889       112 Bad Creek 
Morgan,E L              100     10/22/1883      106 Fks Big Branch 
Morgan,E L              100     10/22/1883      106 Upper Double Branch 
Morgan,E L              125     8/22/1890       114 Phillips ForkRed Bird  
Morgan,E L              45      12/30/1891      116 Upper Jacks Creek 
Morgan,E L              55      12/31/1891      116 Phillips Fork 
Morgan,Edmon & Hugh     50      2/26/1883       106 M ForkKy R  
Morgan,Edmun            100     10/29/1885      108 Greasy Fork 
Morgan,Elisha Allen     50      2/ 10/1890      113 Maces Fork 
Morgan,Elisha Allen     50      4/ 3/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Morgan,Elisha Allen     50      4/ 3/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Morgan,F M              100     1/23/1883       104 Burnt Camp Branch 
Morgan,F M              35      9/ 1/1887       110 Camp Creek 
Morgan,F M              50      1/19/1883       104 Trace Branch 
Morgan,Felix G          100     8/10/1884       107 Big Rock Hollow  
Morgan,Felix G          25      9/ 8/1890       114 M ForkKy R  
Morgan,Felix G          75      10/24/1890      115 Bad Creek 
Morgan,G M              50      8/31/1889       112 Hurricane Creek 
Morgan,G M              75      1/ 4/1890       113 Camp Creek
Morgan,G W              200     10/ 1/1889      112 Rockhouse Fork 
Morgan,H M              100     3/29/1890       113 Stinnetts Creek 
Morgan,H M              100     3/29/1890       113 Little Stinnett Creek 
Morgan,Henderson        50      2/ 9/1885       107 Ky R  
Morgan,Henderson        50      7/13/1887       109 Short Creek 
Morgan,Hugh             50      10/18/1884      107 Gilberts Creek 
Morgan,Hughes           50      8/ 7/1889       112 Greasy Fork 
Morgan,Hun              50      1/51/1883       105 Greasy Fork 
Morgan,Israel           100     6/ 5/1884       107 Muncies Creek
Morgan,James            25      12/ 6/1889      114 Short ForkWolf Creek 
Morgan,James            50      1/ 7/1890       114 Cutshins & Wolf Creek 
Morgan,James            50      12/ 6/1889      113 Fryers Branch 
Morgan,James            75      1/ 9/1890       114 Baty Creek 
Morgan,James D          10      12/ 4/1903      120 Bills Branch 
Morgan,James D          40      11/ 9/1903      120 N Ky R  
Morgan,Jas              175     3/12/1890       114 Cutshin & Wolf  
Morgan,Jasper           25      6/10/1890       114 Short Creek 
Morgan,Jasper           25      6/ 9/1890       114 Camp Creek 
Morgan,Jasper           50      7/13/1887       109 Short Creek 
Morgan,Jesse            50      9/13/1887       110 Burnt Camp Creek 
Morgan,Jessee           7       8/19/1890       114 None  
Morgan,Jessee Sr        50      8/19/1890       114 Camp Creek 
Morgan,Jno D            50      10/24/1890      116 Upper Bad Creek 
Morgan,John B           100     10/21/1884      107 Gilberts Creek 
Morgan,John E           10      9/ 5/1890       115 Rockhouse Creek 
Morgan,John E           100     10/ 7/1890      115 Cutshin Creek 
Morgan,John E           36      5/20/1890       114 Hurts Creek 
Morgan,John E           40      4/ 8/1890       114 Rockhouse Creek 
Morgan,Laurence         30      3/ 26/1912      124 M ForkKy R 
Morgan,Leander          87      3/10/1890       113 Munceys & Short Crs  
Morgan,Martha           11      4/ 2/1890       114 Trace Fork 
Morgan,Martha           200     1/17/1885       107 None  
Morgan,Martha           200     8/27/1889       112 Coon Creek 
Morgan,Martha           25      8/ 9/1890       114 Hurricane  
Morgan,Martha           39      4/ 2/1890       114 Muncies Creek
Morgan,Martha           50      1/26/1891       115 Phillips Fork
Morgan,Rebecca          150     6/10/1890       114 Lower Bad Creek 
Morgan,Rebecca          25      6/10/1890       114 Johns Creek 
Morgan,Rebecca          25      8/10/1890       114 Greasy Fork
Morgan,Samuel           25      7/27/1883       106 Morgan Upper Branch & M BranchM Fork 
Morgan,Samuel           50      7/27/1833       106 M Fork Ky R  
Morgan,Sarah            100     4/ 3/1890       113 Ridge  
Morgan,Sarah            100     4/ 3/1890       113 Stinnett  
Morgan,Susan            10      3/ 2/1906       122 M Fork Ky R  
Morgan,Taylor           50      4/30/1906       122 M Fork Ky R  
Morgan,Vinia            200     8/31/1887       109 Coon Creek
Morgan,Wilson           200     10/31/1885      108 Greasy Fork 
Morgan,Wm               20      12/ 1/1891      116 Coal Branch 
Morgan,Zack             50      11/23/1882      104 M Fork R  
Mosely,Elihu            25      12/10/1902      120 Old House Branch
Mosely,H                10      1/28/1903       120 Muncies Creek 
Mosely,Henry            25      7/27/1883       106 M Creek & Muncys Creek 
Mosley,Elihu            22      12/30/1898      118 r Fork Stone Coal  
Mosley,Elihu            25      3/17/1890       114 Muncies Creek 
Mosley,Elihu            59      12/30/1898      118 Brushy Fork 
Mosley,Elisher          38      7/27/1906       122 M Fork R  
Mosley,Henderson        3       6/14/1911       124 Muncies Creek 
Mosley,M C              10      5/ 1/1907       123 Trace Fork Muncles Creek 
Mosley,Samuel           50      8/23/1883       107 Buck Fork 
Mosley,W S              25      8/29/1903       121 Lick Branch 
Mosley,W S              50      11/20/1899      119 Lick Branch 
Mosley,Wiley            100     9/30/1890       115 Bowlins Branch 
Mosley,Wm Shelby        50      3/10/1899       118 Marion Branch & Beech Fork 
Mosly,Henderson         10      1/14/1911       120 Sugar Camp Branch 
Mosly,Henry             100     1/ 4/1883       104 Big Branch 
Muncey,John M           50      12/ 5/1890      115 Coon Creek 
Muncy,John              100     6/15/1888       111 Hell for Sartin  
Munsey,Jane             150     12/ 4/1890      115 Bad Creek 
Munsey,Jane             50      12/ 4/1890      115 Bad Creek 
Munsey,Jno              100     8/ 6/1887       109 M Fork Ky R  
Munsey,John             50      8/20/1890       115 None  
Munsey,John             50      8/20/1890       115 Big Fork Coon Creek
Munsey,John             50      8/20/1890       115 Lower Bad Creek 
Nantz,George            200     10/20/1883      108 Elk Creek 
Nantz,James             100     12/29/1884      107 Ky R 
Napier,Crittenden       50      6/ 7/1890       115 Rob Fork 
Napier,Dillian          25      8/31/1889       112 Short Creek 
Napier,Dillian          25      8/31/1889       112 None  
Napier,Dillien          25      4/ 4/1890       113 Big Laurel Fork 
Napier,Jacob            25      10/28/1889      112 Thos Hoskins Branch 
Napier,James            50      11/13/1890      115 Hell for Certain  
Napier,James            70      9/ 6/1883       107 None  
Napier,Jno J            25      5/12/1891       116 Upper Bad Creek 
Napier,John             30      5/ 6/1889       112 Hell For Certain Creek 
Napier,John H           50      3/21/1885       108 Trace Fork 
Napier,John H           50      3/21/1885       108 Trace Fork
Napier,Nancy            200     2/27/1886       108 Little Laurel  
Napier,Raney            50      12/11/1889      113 Bull Creek 
Napier,Raney            50      5/20/1890       114 Bull Creek 
Napier,Robert           25      11/27/1890      115 M Fork Gays Creek 
Napier,Robert           25      12/ 1/1890      115 Hurricane Branch 
Napier,Robert           50      11/29/1890      115 Greasy Branch 
Napier,Wm & W G         50      12/12/1889      114 Bull Creek
Napier,Wm               25      7/19/1898       118 Henry Fork Bull Creek 
Napier,Wm               35      3/ 3/1890       113 Munceys Creek 
Napier,Wm               50      12/11/1889      113 Bull Creek 
Napier,Wm               50      8/19/1907       123 Mecting House Branch 
Nickolas,Josiah         50      9/24/1891       116 Philllp Fork 
North,James             200     9/16/1881       102 Phillips Fork 
North,Jno               100     2/13/1890       113 Bull Creek 
North,John              10      10/16/1918      125 Hell for Sartin  
Osborn,Edmund           50      5/20/1890       114 Bowlin Branch Bull Creek 
Osburn,Ed               50      12/ 8/1903      120 Hell for Sartin Creek 
Osburn,Ed L             25      7/19/1898       118 Henry ForkBull Creek 
Pace,Daniel             100     4/ 1/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Pace,Daniel             50      4/ 2/1890       113 Salt Well Branch
Pace,Eliza              50      10/15/1890      115 John Langdons Branch 
Pace,Henry              50      10/ 7/ 1896     118 CreekRed Bird  
Pace,Henry              50      4/ 1/1890       113 Little Stinnett  
Pace,John W             25      5/24/1890       114 Bulskin Creek 
Pace,Wm                 10      10/10/1896      121 Pigeon Roost Branch 
Pace,Wm                 100     4/ 2/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Pace,Wm                 50      4/ 2/1890       113 Big Stinnett  
Pennington,Levi         50      12/21/1891      116 Bear Branch
Pennington,Levi         50      2/ 6/1890       113 White Oak Branch 
Pennington,Timothy      50      2/18/1884       107 Sandy Branch 
Potter,R G              200     2/20/1886       108 Bear Branch 
Purchfield,D C          10      11/ 2/1903      120 Greasy Fork 
Razor,Henry             100     10/ 1/1889      113 Rock House & Creasy  
Reece,Edward N          200     8/31/1887       111 Coon Creek 
Roark,James             50      1/24/1891       116 Jacks Creek 
Roark,James             50      3/ 1/1890       114 M ForkRed Bird  
Roark,John              200     2/28/1890       114 Red Bird  
Roark,John              50      8/20/1890       114 Bevins Creek 
Roark,John A            50      4/10/1892       117 Jacks Creek
Roark,John Jr           100     10/24/1890      115 Jacks Creek 
Roark,John W            50      3/12/1916       125 Old House Branch 
Robert,Farmer           100     6/17/1886       108 Sugar Creek 
Roberts,Ace             150     9/30/1882       106 ForkBcar Branch 
Roberts,D W             100     8/ 9/1889       124 Chanler Branch 
Roberts,D W             30      2/18/1909       123 Peach Orchard Branch 
Roberts,David W         100     10/ 8/1888      111 Chandlers Branch 
Roberts,Farmer          100     1/16/1883       106 Bear Branch 
Roberts,Farmer          100     4/ 2/1884       110 Halls Fork 
Roberts,Felix           200     8/17/1887       109 Owis Nest Creek 
Roberts,Pierce          200     4/ 8/1884       106 Hals ForkRed Bird  
Roberts,Samuel          100     7/13/1887       109 Short Creek 
Roberts,Samuel          50      2/ 1/1883       108 Short Creek 
Roberts,Sumuel          50      8/ 8/1889       112 Short Creek 
Roberts,Thomas          10      2/23/1892       117 Owl Nest Creek
Roberts,Thomas          100     2/22/1882       104 M ForkKy R  
Roberts,Thomas          50      4/ 5/1890       113 Owis Nest  
Roberts,Thomas          50      7/18/1889       112 Big Creek 
Roberts,Thos            50      2/19/1890       113 Briar Branch 
Roberts,Thos            50      2/19/1890       113 Straight ForkUlisses C r  
Roberts,W J             200     9/ 1/1887       110 Mays Fork
Roberts,Williams        50      4/16/1906       122 Arion Branch 
Roberts,Wm              200     10/ 9/1888      111 Ulyses Creek 
Roberts,Wm              30      10/20/1905      122 M ForkKy R  
Roberts,Wm              50      7/ 5/1890       114 Julius Creek 
Robinson,Elias W        100     3/ 6/1885       109 Lower Bad Creek 
Root,Robert             200     8/30/1888       11 Jacks Creek 
Rowlings,D K            65      7/29/1887       110 Bull Creek 
Rumsey,George A         25      11/10/1888      111 Gambrells Branch 
Rumsey,Janes L          200     11/23/1887      110 Poplar Log Fork 
Saylor,Burdine          100     2/27/1882       104 Ky R 
Saylor,Eli              100     3/ 1/1886       108 M ForkKy R  
Saylor,J B              100     7/28/1890       114 Dry ForkSpruce Pine  
Saylor,Joseph           50      3/ 1/1886       108 M ForkKy R  
Saylor,Mary             50      1/31/1894       117 Trace Branch 
Shell,A B               100     7/ 1/1890       114 Laurel Creek 
Shell,A B Sr            100     7/22/1890       114 White Oak Branch
Shell,A B Sr            50      7/23/1890       114 BranchGreasy Creek 
Shell,Allison           100     7/21/1885       108 Laurel Fork
Shell,Alson             100     2/ 7/1882       107 Bad Creek 
Shell,Elizabeth Jr      25      7/ 1/1890       114 Upper Buffaloe Branch 
Shell,Elizabeth Jr      75      7/ 1/1890       114 Upper Double Branch 
Shell,John Sr           50      7/ 9/1890       114 BranchLaurel Creek 
Shell,Nancy             200     3/28/1885       108 Cutskin Creek 
Shell,Nancy             25      7/11/1890       114 Laurel  
Shell,Nancy             25      7/ 8/1890       114 Lewises Creek 
Shell,Nicholas          25      8/23/1890       114 Cutshin  
Shell,Nickilus Sr       50      9/11/1880       112 Cutshin  
Shell,Nickolas          150     3/26/1885       108 Low Gap Fork 
Shell,S B               100     2/25/1903       120 Lovely Water  
Shell,Sarah C           100     7/11/1890       114 Laurel  
Shell,Sarah C           100     7/10/1890       114 Elk Branch 
Shell,Wm C              50      1/ 7/1883       105 Bad Creek 
Shepherd,Reason         100     6/26/1890       114 Lick Fork 
Shull,Jno T             12      2/ 4/1892       116 M ForkRockhouse Creek 
Sisemore,Abijah         50      3/20/1890       114 Rockhouse Creek 
Sisemore,Blevins        50      6/24/1884       107 Lishes Creek
Sisemore,Hiram          100     6/24/1884       107 Lishes Creek 
Sisemore,John           100     6/24/1884       107 Lishes Creek 
Sisemore,John           50      6/24/1884       107 Lishes Creek 
Sisemore,Luther         50      8/19/1887       112 None  
Sisemore,Samuel         25      9/11/1890       115 Spruce Pine Hollow Sugar Creek 
Sisemore,Wm             200     3/18/1885       108 Gamble Branch 
Sisemore,Wm             50      2/ 5/1884       107 Ky R  
Sisemore,Wm             50      4/10/1884       107 Mill Branch 
Sizemore,Blevins        50      1/19/1893       117 Stewarts Creek 
Sizemore,Geo A          50      8/ 6/1887       109 M ForkKy R  
Sizemore,Hiram          45      3/28/1917       125 Red Bird  
Sizemore,Hiram          50      5/31/1892       117 Lick Fork 
Sizemore,Hiram          50      5/31/1892       117 Woodson Fork
Sizemore,Jackson        100     9/21/1887       109 Bull Creek 
Sizemore,Jackson        25      9/ 4/1890       114 nr Dick Jones Branch 
Sizemore,Jackson        25      9/ 4/1890       114 Bull Creek 
Sizemore,Jackson        50      3/ 4/1883       109 Jacks Creek 
Sizemore,James          100     8/31/1888       112 ForkJack Creek 
Sizemore,James          50      3/22/1882       104 Red Bird  
Sizemore,James          50      8/20/1887       114 Oakley Fork 
Sizemore,James Sr       50      8/27/1896       118 Jacks Creek 
Sizemore,Jno            50      3/19/1890       113 Munces Creek 
Sizemore,Joseph         50      9/ 2/1887       109 Lower Dill Branch 
Sizemore,Luther         100     2/ 5/1887       109 Woodsons Branch 
Sizemore,Luther         25      7/ 7/1890       114 Rockhouse Creek 
Sizemore,Nancy          100     10/ 5/1889      112 Bull Creek 
Sizemore,Robt           50      2/ 1/1892       116 Collins  
Sizemore,Sallie Ann     10      5/25/1907       123 Ashers Branch 
Sizemore,Sally Am       50      6/20/1890       114 Middle Fork 
Sizemore,Sally Ann      10      5/25/1907       123 M Fork 
Sizemore,Sally Ann      50      6/20/1890       114 Middle Fork 
Sizemore,Winney         50      1/19/1893       117 Punchcon Creek 
Sizemore,Winney         50      5/19/1890       114 Muncys Creek 
Sizemore,Wm             100     2/10/1890       113 Bull Creek 
Sizemore,Wm             50      11/18/1884      109 M ForkKy R  
Sizemore,Wm             50      5/14/1883       105 Mile Branch 
Sizemore,Wm             50      8/ 5/1884       109 Old House Branch
Slusher,James R         20      5/14/1891       116 Buck Hollow  
Slusher,Joe Jr          10      9/20/1911       124 M Fork 
Slusher,Joseph          25      6/23/1890       114 Dry Fork 
Slusher,Procter I       200     9/15/1884       107 Red Bird  
Slusher,Wm              150     9/15/1884       107 Phillips Fork 
Slusher,Wm              50      12/21/1891      116 M Fork Ky R  
Slusher,Wm              50      2/12/1885       107 Ky R 
Smith,Blevins           25      9/24/1885       113 M ForkKy R  
Smith,Isaac             25      5/28/1890       114 Walnut Branch& Chinkey Branch 
Smith,Isaac             25      5/28/1890       114 Greasy Branch 
Smith,Isaac             50      5/28/1890       114 Cane Branch
Smith,Washingotn        10      8/10/1906       122 Big Stunett & Grcasy  
Steel,G H               50      1/16/1886       108 Lick Fork 
Steel,Geo H             50      7/22/1887       109 1000 Stick Fork 
Steele,G H              25      4/ 8/1890       114 1000 Sticks Branch 
Steele,G H              25      7/14/1890       114 Bull Creek 
Stidham,Hiram           22      12/23/1903      121 Jacksons Fork 
Stidham,Hiram           50      12/10/1903      121 Traler Branch 
Stidham,Rilie           15      10/15/1910      124 Wooten Creek 
Stidham,Wm              100     12/18/1882      107 Flackeys Branch 
Stubblefield,John       50      6/ 9/1890       114 Smith Branch 
Swillivan,Reason        50      10/20/1885      108 Simeons Branch 
Taylor,Geu W            75      9/10/1891       116 Beech Fork 
Templeton,Marion        100     1/25/1889       112 Bad Creek 
Templeton,Marion        50      9/11/1890       114 Big Branch 
Templeton,Wm            200     1/25/1889       112 Bad Creek 
Turner,David            100     6/27/1890       114 Greasy Fork 
Turner,Flijah           50      6/ 1/1903       120 Two Lick Branch 
Turner,John             25      10/30/1889      114 BranchGreasy Fork 
Turner,Nathan           50      9/11/1889       112 Cowhead Branch
Valentine,Wade          12      11/ 1/1890      115 Hell for Sartin  
Valentine,Wade          12      6/38/1890       115 Wilders Branch 
Vanover,A L             100     1/ 8/1891       116 J C Brewer Branch 
Vanover,Archibald       100     2/15/1882       102 Pole Cat Branch 
Vernon,Anna             12 1/2  12/ 6/1889      113 Long Branch 
Vernon,Anna             50      1/ 7/1890       114 Cutshin & Wolf Crs  
Vernon,Anna             50      12/ 6/1889      113 Fryers Branch 
Vernon,Anna             75      1/ 9/1890       114 Baty Creek 
Vernon,Anna A           175     3/12/1890       114 Cutshin & Wolf  
Vernon,Annie            25      12/ 6/1889      114 Short ForkWolf Creek 
Vernon,James            50      8/12/1889       112 Bear Branch 
Vernon,James            50      9/ 5/1889       112 Shepherd Branch
Vernon,James A          50      8/12/1889       112 Long Branch 
Vernon,James A          50      9/ 5/1889       112 Truce Branch 
Vernon,M E              200     9/13/1889       112 Cutshin & Wolf  
Wells,Elihu             100     9/20/1889       113 Wilsons Fork 
Wells,Elihu             50      9/20/1889       113 Poles Creek 
Wells,George            25      9/ 6/1890       114 BranchCutshin M ForkKy  
Wells,George            50      9/20/1889       114 Polls Creek 
Wells,George            50      9/20/1889       114 Bear Creek 
Wells,Ira               50      5/ 3/1882       102 Polls Creek 
Wells,James             40      9/23/1890       115 Polls Creek 
Wells,Phillip           50      9/20/1890       114 Cutshin Creek 
Wells,Wm                100     1/27/1890       113 Big Lick Fork
Wells,Wm                50      6/18/1890       115 Wooten Branch 
Wilder,Jno              20      5/19/1891       116 Upper Jacks Creek 
Wilder,John             50      1/16/1890       114 Jacks Creek 
Wilder,John             50      9/ 3/1888       112 Oakley Cave Fork 
Williams,Aderson        150     9/ 3/1889       112 Cutshin Hollow  
Williams,Andrew         50      5/ 3/1882       102 Polls Creek 
Williams,Isaac          50      12/24/1889      113 Poles Creek 
Williams,Jackson        100     5/ 2/1882       102 Polls Creek
Williams,James          50      7/24/1890       114 Polls Creek 
Wilson,Alisea           10      5/22/1909       123 Big Branch Beech Fork 
Wilson,B P              150     12/17/1887      110 Trace Branch 
Wilson,B P              33      1/13/1911       123 Buck Hollow War Branch 
Wilson,George           25      7/31/1889       112 Big Branch Buck Fork 
Wilson,George           25      8/22/1890       114 Beech Fork 
Wilson,George           37 1/2  8/22/1890       114 None  
Wilson,George           37 1/2  8/21/1890       114 Maroin Branch 
Wilson,Joseph           50      3/27/1890       114 M Fork Ky R  
Wilson,Lincoln          25      6/21/1898       118 ForkStone Coal  
Wilson,Noah             25      3/11/1890       114 M ForkBeech Fork 
Wilson,Peter            10      8/25/1899       119 r h ForkPeter Branch 
Wilson,Peter            10      8/15/1899       119 Beech Fork
Wilson,Peter            10      8/14/1899       119 Marrian Branch 
Wilson,Peter            10      8/1899          119 Dry Fork 
Wilson,Peter            50      3/ 3/1882       104 Brek Fork 
Wilson,Peter            50      3/ 3/1882       104 Stone Coal Branch 
Wilson,Peter            50      8/21/1883       104 Marion Branch 
Wilson,Peter            50      8/21/1883       108 Marion Branch 
Wilson,R L              150     10/28/1889      112 Beech Fork
Wilson,R M              10      10/ 8/1906      122 Big BranchGrace Branch 
Wilson,R M              25      10/ 8/1906      122 Simes BranchLong Hollow  
Wilson,Richard L        50      2/28/1883       108 Beech Fork 
Woods,Abijah            50      12/12/1889      113 Thousand Sticks  
Woods,Felix J           50      6/16/1888       111 Hell for Certain  
Woods,Felix J           50      7/22/1887       111 Bull Creek
Woods,Jno G             200     8/19/1887       109 Thousand Sticks Branch 
Woods,Joseph            100     12/18/1889      113 Thousand Sticks Branch 
Woods,Lilbum            50      12/12/1889      113 Bull Creek 
Woods,Mahaley           25      9/21/1887       111 Thousand Stick  
Woods,Mahaley           75      9/21/1887       111 ForkThousand Sticks  
Woods,Willard           30      5/ 5/1921       125 Elkhorn Creek
Woods,Wm                175     4/16/1884       112 Big Branch 
Woods,Wm                25      10/28/1890      115 Bull Creek 
Woods,Wm                25      5/21/1888       112 Thousand Sticks  
Wooten,W D              50      1/ 8/1891       115 Grassey Branch 
Wooten,Wm               37      10/10/1905      122 Sugar Camp  
Wooten,Wm H             50      9/29/1890       115 M Fork 
Yates,A H               25      5/ 1/1903       120 Wolf & Greasy Fks  
Yates,Isaac             100     10/ 1/1889      113 Rockhouse Fork 
York,Crittenden         50      1/ 9/1883       105 White Oak Fork 
York,Crittenden         50      1/ 7/1883       105 White Oak Fork 
York,Crittenden         50      11/21/1889      112 White Oak Creek 
York,Crittenden K       25      11/22/1889      112 White Oak  
York,Crittenden K       25      11/22/1889      112 White Oak Creek 
York,James D            100     8/20/1884       109 Greasy Fork 
York,James D            100     8/20/1884       109 Greasy Fork
York,John J             50      7/25/1890       114 Coon Creek 
York,Rebecca            25      11/22/1889      112 White Oak  
York,Rebecca            25      11/21/1889      112 White Oak Creek 
York,Rebecca            75      11/22/1889      112 White Oak  
York,Wm                 50      1/ 9/1883       105 Greasy Fork 
Young,Arch              200     6/19/1886       108 Sugar Creek