NAPIER – SIZEMORE – BEGLEY CEMETERY DRYHILL, LESLIE CO. KENTUCKY

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Cemetery set on hill above Middlefork River, at the mouth of Cutshin Creek. It is accessed now by turning off lower McIntosh road
onto “Red” Will Napier Road.
The front part of this cemetery is newer (Napier – Sizemore). In the rear is an older Begley Cemetery. I combined the two together as they are now.
Recorded by Phyllis Sizemore Hefelfinger

Ambrose, Franklin Robert b. Dec. 4, 1937 d. May 6, 1995

Ambrose, Lettie Lou b. Aug. 9, 1940 d. Jun. 3, 1999 D/O Ruck & Lucy

Asher, Hugh b. Jan. 10, 1863 d. Apr. 12, 1918 S/O Stokley

Asher, Ida b. Nov. 9, 1909 d.—————- OSW Ruck
( married Aug. 29, 1926)

Asher, J.H. b. ?? ? 1884 d.?? ?? ???

Asher, Jerry b. ?? ? ?? d. Aug. 31, 1978 S/O Ruck & Ida

Asher, Ruck b. Apr. 1, 1894 d. Mar. 26, 1975 S/O Hugh

Begley, Cynthia b. Jul. 15, 1819 d. Nov. 10, 1884 OSW Hiram

Begley, Delda b. Mar. 31, 1871 d. Oct. ?, 1871 by Martha Begley

Begley, Delia b. Mar. 31, 1870 d. Oct. 29, 1876 Baby of Andy

Begley, Elmer b. Oct. 18, 1909 d. Oct. 18, 1909

Begley, Eunice b. Jan. 26, 1903 d. Jul. 19, 1908 D/O Martha & W.E

Begley, Hiram K. b. Mar. 25, 1802 d. Apr. 13, 1867 OSW Cynthia

Begley, Martha b. Nov. 4, 1865 d. Apr. 28, 1905

Begley, Myrtle b.?? ?? ?? d. ?? ?? ?? by Felix Muncy

Begley, Samuel L. b. Oct. 14, 1838 d. Nov. 5, 1885 Co. Judge S/O Ned

Begley, Susan b. Feb. 2, 1846 d. Nov. 24, 1911 W/O Sam D/O Hiram Begley

Begley, Unmarked (Infant) D/O W.E. & Martha Begley

Begley, W?? Unreadable 1841? Date

Colwell, Milford Ray b. Apr. 5, 1960 d. Oct. 18, 1982 G/S of Hugh & Ida Asher

Dixon, Nannie (Napier) b. Apr. 21, 1926 d. Apr. 20, 1983 D/O Will & Susie

Elam, Benjamin H. b. Jan. 10, 1953 d. Jan. 2, 1987
(S/O Raymond & Ader Elam H/O Janice Sizemore)

Elam, Benjamin R. b. Jul. 17, 1973 d. Apr. 15, 1991
(S/O Benjamin & Janice Elam- Grandson of Ruck & Lucy Sizemore)

Feltner, W.B. b. Dec. 29, 1838 d. Sep. 20. 1884

Messer, Martha A. b. no date d. no date

Muncy, Felix b. May 6, 1890 d. Apr. 27, 1948
(John & Armelda Sizemore Muncy)

Muncy, Joshua (no dates)- CO. 8 KENTUCKY INF.

Napier, Bige b. ?? ? 1904 d. ?? ? 1981 OSW Stella S/O Will

Napier, Elizana Begley b. Jan. 12, 1857 d. Oct. 30, 1930 W/O Hiram

Napier, Hiram C. b. Oct. 3, 1847 d. Aug. 18, 1886 H/O Elizanna

Napier, Will b. May 216, 1881 d. Jan. 16, 1958 S/O Hiram

Napier, Susie Sizemore b. Nov. 10, 1884 d. Apr. 10, 1859 W/O Will

Napier, Joe C. b. Jan. 30, 1877 d. Oct. 21, 1906 S/O Hiram & Elizana

Napier, John b. Jan. 28, 1915 d. Nov. 23, 1988 S/O Will

Napier, Leila Adams b. Nov. 21, 1919 d.____________ W/O John

Napier, Joe b. Nov. 10, 1906 d. Sept. 29, 1984 S/O Will

Napier, Lindsey b. Mar. 1, 1921 d. Oct. 20, 1990 S/O Will

Napier, William “Pig” b. May 5, 1903 d. Dec. 10, 1965 S/O Will

Napier, Lillie b. Dec. 3, 1912 d. Jan. 29, 1925 D/O Will

Napier, Jim b. Mar. 10, 1910 d. Jan. 2, 1983 S/O Will
(S/O Will on stone with Isabelle (wife) married March 4, 1954)

Napier, Isabelle Rice b. Jan. 5, 1932 d. Dec. 1, 1996 Sister of Claude

North, Thomas b. Dec. ?? 1815 d. April 6, 1891

Pace, Bobby b. Jan. 27, 1947 d. May 5, 1960 S/O Ed

Pace, Edward b. Feb. 12, 1909 d. Sep. 22, 1980 H/O Rose

Pace, Rose Napier b. Apr. 7, 1919 d. Jan. 21, 1985 W/O Ed– D/O Will Napier

Pace, Fred b. Jan, 25, 1907 d. Apr. 13, 1989 B/O Edward

Shepard, Wilson b. Aug. 16, 1928 d. Oct. 8, 1981

Sizemore, Don b. Mar. 8, 1917 d. ?? ? 1975 S/O Johnnie & Prudie

Sizemore, James b. Jul. 4, 1885 d. Nov. 9, 1918 B/O Johnnie & Susie

Sizemore, Johnnie b. Dec. 12, 1879 d. Oct. 9, 1970 S/O Abijah & Peggy (Asher)

Sizemore, Maulty b. May 20, 1915 d. Oct. 4, 1915 D/O James & Zeru

Sizemore, Prudie b. Dec. 20, 1888 d. Feb. 8, 1966
( W/O Johnnie Sizemore–
D/O John and Armela (Sizemore) Muncy G/D Joshua Muncy)

Sizemore, Regina b. May 11. 1919 d.————- W/O Roy OSW Roy

Sizemore, Roy b. Nov. 17, 1915 d. Oct. 2, 1986
OSW Regina S/O Johnnie & Prudie.
(Children on stone- Patricia, William, Robert)

Sizemore, Paul “Bill” b. Mar. 7, 1919 d. Apr. 23, 1980 S/O Johnnie & Prudie

Sizemore, Ruck b. May 1, 1911 d. Feb. 14, 1983 S/O Johnnie & Prudie

Sizemore, Lucy Calwell b. Nov. 10, 1919 d. Feb. 3, 1983 W/O Ruck

Sizemore, Earl b. Feb. 2, 1913 d. Apr. 2, 1986 S/O Johnnie & Prudie

Sizemore, Wanda Fisher b. Nov. 23, 1915 d. ————- W/O Earl

Sizemore, James b. Feb. 14, 1921 d. Nov. 3, 1987 S/O Johnnie & Prudie

Woods, D.E ( Only thing on field stone marker)

There is a lot of unmarked graves, and a lot of field stones – some have intials carved into them: Here is a list of these that could be read.

P.E b. 1859 d. 1928

R.B. ?????

?? ?? b. March 12, 1894 d. May 9, 1895
H.T.B

W.N.

W.M. ??? 184?

M.S. Dec. 16, 1902

E. ??Porr ?T? 1855

Also buried here is suppose to be Lucinda (Begley) Muncy wife of Joshua Muncy, grave next to Joshua is unmarked.

KEY
OSW=On Stone With H/O=Husband Of W/O=Wife Of S/O=Son Of D/O=Daughter Of G/D= Grandaughter Of G/S=Grandson Of B/O=Brother of

Taylor Sizemore Cemetery Leslie Co. Ky

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Taylor Sizemore Cemetery; Leslie County, Ky.

Submitted by: Evelyn Perkins*
Date: 11-23-98

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Taylor Sizemore Cemetery:

Taylor Sizemore No dates
Armilda Oliver Sizemore (wife of Taylor) no date
Farmer Sizemore (son of Taylor and Armilda) d.o.b July 20, 1900 d.o.d.
Dec 20, 1984
Ora Napier Sizemore (wife of Farmer, daughter of Felix and Ira Sizemore
Napier d.o.b. 9/8/08 d.o.d. 8/8/88
Bige Sizemore (son of Taylor and Armilda) no date
Sam Sizemore (son of Taylor anfd Armilda) WW 1 veteran stone.
John T. Sizemore (son of Taylor and Armilda)
Sally Ann ? (wife of John T.)
Herman Sizemore (son of Farmer and Ora)
5 infant children (stones have names and dates..to this best of the
family’s recollection of dates)
Jeffery Allen Sizemore (4 year old grandson of Farmer and Ora…Son of
Vernon and Ann Baker Sizemore)

(*note: Other graves are there also…but this information I am giving now is
only from my memory…This is my family Cemetery. We have a Church
Service there on the fourth Sunday of September of every year….as long
as I can remember. -e.p.)

Eli Couch Cemetery Leslie Co. Ky

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ELI COUCH CEMETERY- UPPER DILLS BR. LESLIE CO KY

Submitted to the KyGenWeb by: J.P. Downard
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THIS CEMETERY IS LOCATED AT THE HEAD OF UPPER DILLS BR. (TRIBUTARY OF
ROCKHOUSE CRK) LESLIE COUNTY 9 KENTIJCKYG ON A SMALL KNOLL OR SPUR IN BACK OF
THE OLD HOMEPLACE OF ELI (CALLED EEL) COUCH. ELI FIRST MARRIED MAHALA
SIZEMORE AND HAD CHILDREN; CARR COUCH, WHO MARRIID LUCINDA WOODS; BILL
COUCH, WHO MARRIED JANE SIZEMORE; “SQUIRE” JOHN COUCH WHO MARRIED. NANCY
SIZEMORE; SUSAN COUCH, WHO MARRIED 1. RUSSELL SIZEMORF.(KILLED IN CIVIL
WAR) 2. JOHN DAVIDSON- NANCY COUCH, WHO MARRIED WADE WOODS (SON OF LILBURN)
PEGGY COUCH, WHO MARRIED DAN LEWIS, SALLY COUCH, WHO
MARRIED MAJ. JACKSON SIZEMORE (SON OF OLD “UNCLE RUCH SIZEMORIC & ANN
PRUITT); LUCINDA COUCH, WHO MARRIED LUTHER BOWLING. ELI MARRIED FIRST: SALLY
ANN SIZEMORE.

THIS CEMETERY WAS SHOWN TO US (OLETA & OLENE) NOVEMBER, 1978, BY A GR.
GRANDSQN (FARMER SIZEMORE) OF ELI AND MAHALA (SIZEMORE) COUCH. HE ALSO
POINTED OUT THE HOMESITE AND SPRING WHERE THE FAMILY GOT THEIR DRINKING
WATER FROM. THE CEMETERY HAS GROWN IJP WITH TREES AND BUSHES AND IN BAD
NEED OF CLEANING. WE FOUND 18 GRAVESITES (FARMER SAID THERE WERE S MORE)
ONLY TWO HAD NAMES AND ONE WAS MARKED WITH A DATE.
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MARTHA COUCH Mar. 3,1894 Dec. 11/???
Jackie Couch 1875 1967
one stone marked 1882

INFORMATION OF OTHERS BURIED HERE FROM FARMER SIZEMORE,
ELI COUCH AND WIFE,MAHALA, ALSO SECOND WIFE, SALLY ANN.
ABIJAH “BIGE” SIZEMORE (SON OF YOUNGER RUSSEL SIZEMORE AND
SUSAN COUCH SIZEMORE) AND WIFE

MOLLY JAII’E COUCH 1871 May 3. 1944/

EFFIE COUCII Oct 3. 1907 Feb. 19, 1969
Carlo Langdon Oct. 26, 1933 Sept. 9, 1975 this bo(ty was moved to Ohio
(picture of coal truck on back
of stone) HE WAS THE SUNSHINE
OF OL!R HOME
JOHN COUCH no dates civil war stone
CO. L. 14th KY. CAVALRY,
(son of Eli and Mahala
(Sizemore) Couch)
Unmarked grave
SALLY COUCH no dates (d/o ELI)
WILK COUCH 1864 Sept. 23, 1934
POLLY COUCH 1867 Mar. 29, 1952
Unmarked grave of baby
NANCY LEDFORD 1894 1978
FLOYD CQUCH 7-14-1897 2-26-1969 Kentucky CPL Co. K.World War I
VIRGII COUCH June 9, 1896 Oct. 23, 1921
GORMAN COUCH Nov. 2. 1916 Nov. 13, 1949
WILEY COUCH Dec. 4. 1906 Dec. 13, 1970 HUSBAND Precious Lord take my hand’
DEWEY Y. RADER Oct. 19, 1899 Oct. 3, 1968
CHARLEY MILES 1890 1976 Brittian Funeral Home
(sarrie stone)
SHERRY A SMITH Nov. 4.1952
BOBBY P. SMITH July 9, 1949 Aug. 10, 1974/
JOHN SIZEMORE ??
(same stone)
DR. JASON C. SUMNER 1865 1939
DRUCILLA S. SUMNER 1888 19 – ?
(same stone)
BIGE COUCH 1889 1945
MATTIE COUCH 1900 1938
(Same stone)
GEORGIA A SIZEMORE July 9 1875 April 9 1947/
MARY JANE SIZEMORE June 8 1874 Sept. 6, 1933/
(same stone)
DAN MORGAN April 14, 1889 Jan. 9, 1953/
ETHEL MORGAN
JOHN CRITTENTON DIXON Aug. 1917
(same stone)
JOHN CORNETT Aug. 11, 1835 July 24, 1962/
MAHALA CORNETT Jan. 26, 1888
CHARLIE CORNETT April 14, 1925 Nov. 21, 1926/
J.,L.. OSBORNE Nov. 28, 1939 Aug. 25, 1969/
WILL OSBORliE 1933 1955/
WALTER CORNETT July 20, 1919 June ’30,, 1963 Kentucky/ S. SGT. CO.
A. 44 BN.(TANK)/ WWII

JAMES M. WOOTEN Dec. 14, 1920 Mar. 21, 1962/
HELEN JOHNSONI Aug. 11, 1931 Aug. 20, 1932/
BOBBY EUGENE JOHNSONI Nov. 5. 1937
NANNIE JOHNSON/GILLEY/ Dec. 12, 1912 April 30, 19680 Gone but not forgotten
HENRY JOHINSONI April 18, 1930/ Nov, 20, 1951/
ROY TURNER 1923 1976
DON OR DAN JOHNSON Dec. 21, 1891 May 21, 1975 AT REST
BIGE JOHNSON Mar. 21, 1910 Nov, 12, 1973 REST IN PEACE
2 Unmarked graves near Jack & Martha Napier
PRICE NAPIER July 9, 1909 May 15, 1934/
unmarked grave
MATTIE ANN (?) April 20 Nov. 201 no year given
BIGE COUCH Mar. 8. 1890 Mar. 17, 1976 rest in peace
2 unmarked graves
LARENCE SIZEMORE 1909 Dec. 25, 1929 AT REST
FELIX NAPIER was born (?)
IRA NAPIER Sept. 11, 1878 Nov. 25, 1972/
———–COUCH/ no dates
unmarked grave
DOUGLAS NAPIER July 16, 1967 son of Daniel & Juanita
( A HUNDRED OR MORE YARDS AROUND THE HILL)
IN MEMORY OF OUR LOVE ONEI
BIGE WOODS Feb. 20 1901 July 25, 1966 son of ALEX WOODS
(mother was a Wooten)
DORA WOODS Nov. 6, 1900 Sept, 10, 1977 Dau of Luther Sizemore
MARTHA SIZEMORE Mar. 18, 1919
3 unmarked graves
(ON SAME STONE)
OAKLEY SIZEMORE April 1 1909 LUTHER SIZEMORE/ father
and son, killed in a
coal bank
DORA SIZEMORE Sept, 4. 1883 May 26, 1971/
GOLDEN SIZEMORE Feb. 9, 1917 May 11, 1975/ Father

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Couch Cemetery Leslie County Ky

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COUCH CEMETERY–COUCH FORK–LESLIE COUNTY KENTUCKY

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This Cemetery is located 4.3 miles west of the Hyden, Spur Exit Toll Gate,
upon the hillside, on the right side of the Daniel Boone Parkway, (from the
exit toward Manchester) as you go down Couch Fork not far from the mouth of
Bob Fork. There are two cemeteries located in this area, one is on the left
of the road. and the other is on the right. Dates and names copied September
10, 1979 by Oleta Morgan &- Olene Bailey.
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Two graves are upon the hillside in back of the cemetery, outside the cemetery.

NAME BIRTH DEATH NOTES

GEORGIA S. COUCH, Mar. 8. 1905 Jan. 14, 1975 wife of Ray Couch
(Georgia was a. Sizemore)
LAURA COUCH Nov. 12, 1918 Nov. 17,1977
NEVILI,E COUCH Oct. 10,1939 April 5, 1978 son of Laura
JERRY COUCH May 22, 1951 Sept. 10, 1972 son of Will/ shot at Bob Fork
(GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN)
JIMMY RAY HOSKINS Oct. 26, 1949 Mar. 3. 1971 son of Effie McCoy
(Shot near Hazard)
HAROLD GIBSON July 30, 1955 Nov. 5, 1977 shot in ambush Bob Fork
HENRY S. COUCH Aug 5, 1892 April4, 1968
EULINA C. HO-OKINS May 8. 1947 Jan. 199 1970 DAU. OF TESTER COUCH
J.C.COUCH June 26, 1935 May 7. 1968 son of Tester Couch
MANDA FAY LEAR Mar. 7, 1955 May 7, 1969/
Two Small Graves

BARBARA ANN BEGLEY June 17 1968 infant dau.of Willie Begley
DAVID BEGLEY Mar.18, 1969
JOHN BLEVINS 1895 1970
BURCHEL COUCH date unknown Aug. 8, 1949 son of Carr Couch
(GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN–
BELOVED WE LOVE YOU)
Unmarked grave
GEORGE COUCH 1380 1954
BILL COUCH Jan. 6. 1869 April 16, 1953 son of John & Nancy
(called “Dirty Beard”)
POLLY JAI.IE (COUCH) 1874 May 5, 1942
ALONZO COUCH Sept. 26, 1936 Dec. 30, 1970 killed in the mine explosion at
Hurricane Creek, Leslie Co., KY
which killed 38 miners.
WILLIAM COUCH Dec. 25, 1852 Aug. 2, 1926 ASLEEP IN JESUS
JANE COUCH June 20, 1859 June 22, 1910
4 unmarked graves
(same stone)
RACHEL COUCH Jan. 16, 1880 MOTHER
REV. HENRY COUCH Dec. 8, 1884 Oct. 2, 1950 FATHER
WILLIAM CARR COUCH June 27, 1941 Feb. 14, 1969/
WILLIAM COUCH Nov. 25, 1892 Mar.9,1951 GEORGIA SGT. INF. World War I
Unmarked grave
FRED SIZEMORE Oct. 23, 1905 Dec. 12, 1969/
DOROTHY ELIZABETH MARIE MORGAN/ April 3. 1959 Mar. 11, 1967/
MOLLIE BURKS Mar. 10, 1883 Dec. 23, 1962/
PVT. JOHN BURKS 4-5-1877 4-15-l951 SPANISH/AMERICAN WAR
FOREVER HONORED – FOREVER MOURNED

WILLIAM PAUL(?)BURKS Jan-3. 1922 Dec. 4, 1923 (ASLEEP IN THE ARMS OF JESUS)
JOHN FRANCIS HAMPTON Mar. 27, 1962 Mar. 27, 1962
POLLY ANN EVERSOLE June 5. 1915 April 29, 1967 AT REST
JOHN COUCH Dec. 25, 1886 June 23, 1953 AT REST
FATHER/ CARR COUCH 1868 1947 GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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Civil War Pension file of Ezekial Napier

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Civil War Pension file of Ezekial Napier
DECLARATION FOR AN ORIGINAL INVALID PENSION

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

On this 17th day of March, A.D. 1890, personally appeared before me, a Clerk of the County of Leslie, A Court of Record within and for the County and State aforesaid, EZEKIAL NAPIER, aged 51 years, who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical Ezekial Napier who was enrolled as a Private soldier on the 10th day of December, 1862, in Company L of the 14th Regiment of Kentucky Volunteers commanded by Captain W B Eversole and was honorably discharged at Camp Nelson on the 24th day of March, 1864. That his personal description is as follows: Age 51 years; Height __ feet __ inches; complexion ___; hair___; eyes ___. That while a member of the organization aforesaid, in the service and in the line of duty at Irvine, in the State of Kentucky, on or about the _ day of February, 1863, he was taken with Typhoid Fever and the next December following he was taken down with the same kind of fever and from which resulted with coughs and pains in right side from said disease. I never recovered.
That he was treated in hospitals as follows: I never was treated in Hospitals, but was treated in private house by Dr. Way**.
That he has never been employed in the military or naval service otherwise than as stated above in Company (L) of the 14th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry.
That he has not been in the military or naval service of the United States since the 24th day of March, 1864. That since leaving the service this applicant has resided in the County of Leslie in the State of Kentucky, and that his occupation as been that of a farmer. That he is now totally disabled from obtaining his subsistence by manual labor by reason of his injuries, above described, received in the service of the United States; and he therefore makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the invalid pension roll of the United States. He hereby appoints with full power of substitution and revocation, W.B. Eversole of Hyden, Leslie County, Kentucky, his true and lawful attorney to prosecute his claim. That he has never received nor applied for a pension; that his post office address is: Hyden, County of Leslie, State of Kentucky.

John Couch
M V Davidson Ezekial Napier

Also personally appeared John Couch, residing at Hyden, Kentucky, and M V Davidson residing at Hyden, Kentucky, persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who being by me duly sworn, say they were present and saw Ezekial Napier the claimant sign his name to the foregoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe from the appearance and acquaintance with him that he is the identical person he represents himself to be; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.

John Couch
M V Davidson
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of March, A.D. 1890
J M Howard, Clerk
EX-SOLDIER’S PENSION CLAIM

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

MR. EZEKIAL NAPIER being duly sworn says;
My post office address is Hyden, Leslie County, Kentucky.
My occupation is that of a farmer. I was born in Clay County, Kentucky on the 6th day of May, 1838. My personal description is as follows; Height 5 feet 10 inches; complexion Fair; color of hair Light and of eyes Blue.
I am married; my wife’s name is Martha Napier
My places of residence since the war have been: from about 1864 to about 1878 in Clay County, State of Kentucky, my P.O. address being Big Creek, Kentucky, from about 1878 to about 1890, in Leslie County, State of Kentucky, my P.O. address being Hyden, Kentucky.
The following is a full and complete statement of all the service ever rendered by me in the military or naval service of the United States; I enlisted at Boonville, on the 10th day of December, 1862, to serve one year, in Company L of the 14th Regiment of Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry and was honorably discharged there from at Camp Nelson on the 24th day of March, 1864.
I now have the following injuries, diseases, or disabilities, each of which was caused or incurred as stated opposite thereto and neither of which is the result of vicious habits on my part:

Name of disease What part of body? What caused it? When and where
Or injury

Fever Pain in breast and side caused by exposure result of fever at Irvine, Ky. February 1863

Each of said disabilities is permanent in character, and they incapacitate me from manual labor in such a degree as to render me unable to earn a support.
I hereby claim pension under the law of June, 1890, hereon printed, and revoking all other powers, of attorney, I appoint W B Eversole my attorney, with full powers of substitution, to prosecute this claim.

Witness:
William Hall Ezekial Napier
John Couch

Also personally appeared William Hall, residing at Hyden, Kentucky, and John Couch residing at Hyden, Kentucky, persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who being by me duly sworn, say they were present and saw Ezekial Napier the claimant sign his name to the foregoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe from the appearance and acquaintance with him that he is the identical person he represents himself to be; that they have resided in the same neighborhood with said ex-soldier for the past fifteen years, and are acquainted with his habits and his capacity for work, and thy say that, by reason of the disabilities for which he claims pension in the foregoing statement, he is incapacitated for manual labor to such a degree as to render him unable to earn a support, and that no one of said disabilities is the result of vicious habits on his part and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.

William Hall
John Couch

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of August, A.D. 1890
James M. Hoard, Clerk LCC

WAR DEPARTMENT
RECORD AND PENSION DIVISION
Washington, D.C. December 29, 1890

Respectfully returned to the commissioner of pensions
EZEKIAL NAPIER
Company L, Regiment 14th Kentucky Cavalry
Was enrolled December 10th, 1862
And M.O. with Company March 24, 1864
From December 10, 1862, to April 30, 1863
He held the rank of Private
And during that period the rolls show him
Present
The records furnish nothing additional upon
This case.
The Medical records show him treated as
Follows:
No record found
By authority of the Secretary of War:

DECLARATION FOR WIDOW’S PENSION

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

On this 9th day of March, A.D. 1900, personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk, in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, MARTHA NAPIER, aged 55 years, a resident of the post office of Hyden, County of Leslie, State of Kentucky, who being duly sworn according to law, declares that she is the widow of Ezekial Napier, who enlisted under the name of Ezekial Napier at Irvine, Kentucky, on the 10th day of December, 1862, in Company L, 14th Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers, in the war of the Rebellion, and served at least ninety days and was honorably discharged. He was not in the military or naval service prior to December the 10th, 1862 or subsequent to his death September 5th, 1899, that he died at his residence on September 5th, 1899.
That she was married under the name Martha Osburn to said Ezekial Napier on the 22nd day of July, 1860 by Lilburn Woods J.P., at his father’s home, neither had been previously married and that claimant and soldier lived together up to the date of his death as man and wife, neither having applied or received a divorce. That she has not remarried since the death of said Ezekial Napier.
That she is without other means of support than her daily labor.
She has heretofore applied for pension the number of her application is 706.761
That the soldier was a pensioner under certificate No. 560.919
That she makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed of the roll of the United States under provisions of the Act of June 27, 1890. She hereby appoints Bowie Roberts of Washington, D.C. her lawful attorney to prosecute her claim, and agrees to allow him the fee of ten dollars. Her post office address is Hyden, County of Leslie, State of Kentucky
her
John Lewis Martha X Napier
E L Lewis

Also personally appeared John Lewis, residing at Hyden, Kentucky, and E L Lewis, residing at Hyden, Kentucky, persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they were present and saw Martha Napier, the Claimant, make her mark to the forgoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe, from the appearance of the said claimant and their acquaintance with her for 30 years and 12 years, respectively, that she is the identical person she represents herself to be; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.
John Lewis
E L Lewis

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of March, A.D. 1900
James M Howard, Clerk LCC

WIDOW’S CLAIM FOR PENSION

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie
On this 9th day of October, 1899, personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk of a Court of Record in and for the County and State aforesaid, MARTHA NAPIER, a resident of Hyden, in the County of Leslie and State of Kentucky, aged 65 years, who being duly sworn, makes the following declaration, in order to obtain the pension provided by the Act of Congress approved July 14, 1862. That she is the widow of Ezekial Napier who was a Private in Company L, commanded by Captain W B Eversole in the 14th Regiment of Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers in the war of 1861; that her maiden name was Martha Osburn and that she was married to said Ezekial Napier on or about August or September 1858 at Renny Napier’s in the County of Clay and State of Kentucky by Lilburn Woods, J.P.C.C., and that she knows of no record evidence of said marriage.
She further declares that said Ezekial Napier her husband died at his residence in Leslie County, in the State of Kentucky, on or about the 5th day of September, 1899 of Heart Dropsey.
She also declares that she has remained a widow ever since the death of said Ezekial Napier and she has not in any manner been engaged in, or abetted, the rebellion in the United States; and she hereby appoints Bowie Roberts of Washington, D.C. as her lawful Attorney, with power of substitution and authorizes him to present and prosecute this claim. The following, the name, date of birth, and place of residence of all the children of her deceased husband who were under sixteen years of age at the time of his death, no children under sixteen years.
My post office address is Hyden, County of Leslie, State of Kentucky.

James L. Lewis
T Lewis Martha X Napier

Also personally appeared James L. Lewis residing at Hyden, Kentucky, and T G Lewis, residing at Hyden, Kentucky, persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they were present and saw Martha Napier, the Claimant, make her mark to the forgoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe, from the appearance of the said claimant and their acquaintance with her, that she is the identical person she represents herself to be, and know that said deceased recognized said applicant as his lawful wife, and that she was so recognized by the community in which they resided; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.
James L. Lewis
T G Lewis

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of October, 1899
J M Howard, Clerk LCC

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT

Whereas, I, MARTHA NAPIER- widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER- 560.919
Late Private in Company L of the 14th Regiment of Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers, War of 1861, having made application for pension under the laws of the United States
Now this agreement witnesseth. That for and in consideration of services done and to be done in the premises, I hereby agree to allow my Agents William Fitch and Co. of Washington, D.C., the fee of twenty five dollars, which shall include all amounts to be paid for any service in furtherance of said claim, and said fee shall not be demanded by or payable, to my said agents, in whole or in part, except in case of the granting of my pension by the Commissioner of Pensions, and that the same shall be paid to him in accordance with the provisions of sections 4768 and 4769 R, S.
her
John C. Bowling Martha X Napier
J M Matingly Hyden, Kentucky

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

Be it known, that on this, the 4th day of November, A.D. 1899, personally appeared MARTHA NAPIER, the above named, who after having had read over in the hearing and presence of the two attesting witnesses the contents of the foregoing Articles of Agreement, voluntarily signed and acknowledged the same to be his free act and deed.

James M. Howard
Clerk, Leslie County Court

And now, to wit, this 20th day of November, A.D. 1899, I accept the provisions contained in the foregoing Articles of Agreement, and will to the best of my ability, endeavor faithfully to represent the interest of the claimant in the premises. I hereby certify I have received from the claimant above named the sum of _ dollars and no more; _ dollars being for fee, and the sum of _ dollars being for postage and other expenses; and that these agreements have been executed in duplicate without additional cost to the claimant, as required by law, in excess of the fee above named, the said agents making no charge therefore.
Witness my hand the year and day above written.
Bowie Roberts
By. Margaret J. Caywood

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

On this 9th day of March 1900
Personally appeared before me a County Court Clerk within and for the County and State aforesaid, MARTHA NAPIER, widow of Ezekial Napier deceased, age 55 years, a resident of Leslie County, Kentucky and whose post office is Hyden, Kentucky, who being duly sworn according to law declares that she is the identical Martha Napier who married Ezekial Napier on the 22nd day of July 1860 under the name of Martha Osburn.
The affiant further declares that she does not know why nor how that her name appears Nancy Osburn in the copy of the license and that her name is Martha and as always been so and that same must be mistake of the Clerk.

Witness: her
J.M. Howard Martha X Napier
John Lewis

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of March 1900
J.M. Howard, Clerk

State of Kentucky
County of Leslie

Personally appeared before me, MARTHA NAPIER, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER deceased claimant for pension who after being duly sworn by me states as follows: That she has property listed in her name for the year 1900 as follows:
Five acres of land Assessed at $75
One Mule Assessed at 30
One Cow Assessed at 15
One Hog Assessed at 3
One Sewing Machine Assessed at 5
Household and Kitchen furniture at 10

That she has no income from any source and no ****** held or against said assessed property and that there are no persons legally bound for claimants support.

Witnesses: her
Carr Couch Martha X Napier
John Couch

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of August 1900
J M Howard

State of Kentucky
County of Leslie

Personally appeared before me a Clerk of the Leslie County Court, JOHN COUCH age 59 and CARR COUCH age 39 whose post office is Hyden, Kentucky, after being duly sworn by me states as follows:
They are well acquainted with Martha Napier, widow of Ezekial Napier deceased, that we have examined Martha Napier’s list of Real and Personal property and that we believe same to be correct and that we know that she has no income from any source and that there are no persons legally bound for her support.
John Couch
Carr Couch

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of August 1900
J.M. Howard, Clerk

State of Kentucky
County of Leslie

I J.M. Howard, Clerk of the Leslie County Court in the State of Kentucky do certify that I am custodian of the records in my office and that this is the property assessed in the name of MARTHA NAPIER for the year 1900 as follows:
Five acres of land Assessed at $75
One Mule Assessed at 30
One Cow Assessed at 15
One Hog Assessed at 3
One Sewing Machine Assessed at 5
Household and Kitchen furniture at 10

The above is all the taxable property born of the rolls in the name of the claimant for the year 1900 and the assessed value is about the true value. There are no mortgages in this office against any of said property and not incumbered in anyway.

Given under my hand this 4th day of August 1900
J.M. Howard, Clerk

MARRIAGE LICENSE

The Commonwealth of Kentucky

To any minister of the Gospel or other person legally authorized to solemnize matrimony you are hereby permitted to solemnize the rites of matrimony between EZEKIAL NAPIER and NANCY OSBORNE the requirements of law having been complied with.
Witness my signature as Clerk of the Clay County Court this 20th day of July 1860
G W PRICE, Clerk

CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE

This is to certify that on the 22nd day of July 1860. The rites of matrimony were legally solemnized between E. NAPIER and MARTHA OSBORNE at his father’s house in the County of Clay in the presence of W. WOODS and PLEAS. SIZEMORE
Signed. L. WOODS, JP

State of Kentucky
County of Clay

I H J Clark, Clerk of the County Court for the County and State aforesaid certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the marriage license and certificate attached there to between Ezekial Napier and Martha Osborne as it appears from the records on file in my office.
Witness my hand this 8th day of August 1900
H J Clark, Clerk

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

In the matter of the application of MARTHA NAPIER, pension claim, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER
On this 4th day of March, A.D. 1901, personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, MARTHA NAPIER aged 57 years, a resident of the County of Leslie and State of Kentucky and whose post office address is Hyden, Kentucky, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:
I am the widow of Ezekial Napier, Private, Company L, 14th Regiment of Kentucky Cavalry and that he departed this life on the 5th day of September 1899. I further state that there was no physician attending at the time of his last illness.
I further state that the discrepancy in my statement as to the date of my marriage. The mistake was my fault as I had no record of our marriage and that the evidence now on file showing that we were married on the 22nd day of July 1860 is correct. I further state that there is no public record of deaths kept.

E L Lewis her
John Lewis Martha X Napier

Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
James M. Howard

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

In the matter of the application of MARTHA NAPIER, pension claim, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER
Personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, JOHN COUCH aged 59 years, a citizen of, Leslie County and State of Kentucky and whose post office address is Hyden, Kentucky, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:
That he was well acquainted with the claimant at and prior to her marriage and was present and saw claimant and Ezekial Napier married to each other. They were married at Rainey Napier’s in Clay County, Kentucky on or about the month of July 1860 and that Lilburn Woods a Justice of the Peace of Clay County, Kentucky married them. Further states that claimant’s name was Martha Osborne before she was married to Ezekial Napier now Martha Napier. He further states that they lived together as man and wife until the death of Ezekial Napier, husband of the claimant and that neither of them were ever married to any other person except to each other and that said claimant has not remarried since the death of her late husband above named.
He further declares he has no interest in said claim and he is not concerned in its prosecution.

John Couch

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of May, 1900
James M. Howard
Clerk, Leslie County Court

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

In the matter of the application of MARTHA NAPIER, pension claim, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER
Personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, FRANKIE SIZEMORE aged 58 years, a citizen of, Leslie County and State of Kentucky and whose post office address is Hyden, Kentucky, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:
That she is a sister to Martha Napier and further states that she was present and saw Martha Osborne now Martha Napier and Ezekial Napier married and that they were married at the house of Rainey Napier in Clay County, Kentucky on or about _ day of July 1860. That Lilburn Woods J.P.C.C. married them and they lived together until his death. I further state neither of them were ever married to any other person and further state that this claimant has not remarried since the death of her late husband Ezekial Napier.
I further declare that I have no interest in said claim and am not concerned in its prosecution.

John Lewis
John Couch Frankie X Sizemore

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 19th day of January, 1901
James M. Howard
Clerk, Leslie County Court

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

In the matter of the application of MARTHA NAPIER, pension claim, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER, private, Company L, 14th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry
Personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, JOHN DAVIDSON aged 56 years, a citizen of, Leslie County and State of Kentucky and whose post office address is Hyden, Kentucky, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:
I was acquainted with the above named soldier at and prior to his enlistment into the said service. I lived a near neighbor to this soldier ever since the war until his death. He had the appearance of a sound and healthy man at his enlistment and sometime shortly after the war of the rebellion I noticed he was coughing and continued coughing and had lung troubles until his death. I believe from my own knowledge and acquaintance with said soldier and by being a near neighbor to him that the above named disease was the sole cause of the death and from what I know of him I believe he contracted same while in the said service and further state he had no physician with him in his last illness.
I further declare that I have no interest in said claim and am not concerned in its prosecution.

John Davidson

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of February, 1901
James M. Howard
Clerk, Leslie County Court

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Kentucky, County of Leslie

In the matter of the application of MARTHA NAPIER, pension claim, widow of EZEKIAL NAPIER, private, Company L, 14th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry
On this 4th day of March, A.D. 1901, personally appeared before me, a County Court Clerk in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, TAYLOR SIZEMORE aged about 40 years, a citizen of Leslie County and State of Kentucky and JAMES N. NAPIER, aged 48 years, a citizen of Leslie County and State of Kentucky whose post office address is Hyden, Kentucky, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:
Taylor Sizemore states that he lived a neighbor to the said Martha and Ezekial Napier at and prior to the death of the said Ezekial Napier at the time of his death and was present and helped to bury him and that he departed this life on the 5th day of September 1899

James N. Napier states that he lived a neighbor to the above named parties at and prior to the death of the above named Ezekial Napier and that he departed this life the 5th day of September 1899 and that he officiated in the burial, which was on the 6th day of September 1899.

They further declare that they have no interest in said claim and is not concerned in its prosecution.
his
William M. Howard Taylor X Sizemore
John Lewis James N. Napier

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of May, 1901
James M. Howard
Clerk, Leslie County Court

PENSIONER DROPPED

UNITED STATES PENSION AGENCY

Louisville, Kentucky
August 2, 1907

Certificate No. 510.897
Class widow
Pensioner Martha Napier
Soldier Ezekial Napier
Service Private, Company L, 14th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry

The Commissioner of Pensions

Sir: I have the honor to report that the above- named pensioner who was last paid at $8.00, to November 4, 1906, has been dropped because of death January 15, 1907

Very Respectfully,

A Wood
United States Pension Agent

Boda Collins Holland and family

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

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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.

Rodney Davidson who contributed research material

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 24-02-2009

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  • ID:I106971497
  • Name:Otis Rodney DAVIDSON
  • Given Name:Otis Rodney
  • Surname:Davidson
  • Sex:M
  • Birth:9-20-75 in Hyden, Leslie, KentuckyFather:Roscoe DAVIDSONb: in Hyden, Leslie, Kentucky
    Mother:Camsie NAPIERb: 8-24-39 in Hyden, Leslie, KentuckyMarriage1Kristy LIVELSBURGERb: 10-19-02 in Rockhouse Pentecostal Church, Hyden, Ky.

    • Married:10-19-02 in Hyden, Ky. @ Rockhouse Pentecostal Church

My look-a-like first cousin

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Posted by Carolyn | Posted in Geneology | Posted on 24-02-2009

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  • ID:I107264322
  • Name:Louise DAVIDSON
  • Given Name:Louise
  • Surname:Davidson
  • Sex:FFather:Roscoe DAVIDSONb: in Hyden, Leslie, Kentucky
    Mother:Camsie NAPIERb: 8-24-39 in Hyden, Leslie, Kentucky

Found at Rootsweb.com

Essie Blevins Davidson

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

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Never knew her maiden name! My grandmother was raised by her grandparents. Her son’s obit shed light on who she was. Still researching…

http://www.news-tribune.net/obituaries/local_story_254152257.html

Update: 02/20/2009 Essie Blevins was born out of wedlock. Her father was Dr. William Blevins who was buried in London, Ky.

Davidson Resources

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

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Letter addressed to: Mrs Neffel Leach – Illinois State – White County Caldwell County KY August 15th 1829 Friends and old acquentances. I make this present opportunity of writing a few lines to you. The first thing that strikes my mind is the death of my father, he departed this life on the 19th of Sept last after an illness of two weeks. ?edsioned by the flux. Alexander D??’s wife died last May after suffering if possible a thousand deaths. I cannot describe her situation only that it was at the birth of her child, not birth either for it was not born, she had two physicians with her, the child was disjointed but we could not save her life, perhaps for the want of a more skillful woman in the beginning. I heard Mrs Robeson say she was very anxious to hear whether her son William is there or not. He ran away some time since and she suspects he is there, if he is he need not be afraid to come home for his indevders are destroyed. Sister Hannah has moved down to mothers and lives in the house you moved from. I have nothing more in particular but to give my compliments to all the family. Nancy sends her best respects to you all. I want you to write as soon as possible. Jane Davidson Mrs Margaret Leach Neffel Leach


  • Abstract of Early Kentucky Wills and Inventories By J. Estelle S. King, Genealogical Publishing Co. 1961 Barren County, Kentucky: DAVIDSON, Alexander. June 15, 1811. August, 1817. Wife: Mary, Sons: Jesse, James, John, Alexander, Hezekiah, William, Elijah, Benjamin, Isaac, Abraham, Jacob, Asa, Ellis, Alin, Albert. Daus: Ann, Margaret, Elizabeth, Sarah, Rachel, one stepdaughter (not named). Ex: Alex. DAVIDSON, Benjamin DAVIDSON (sons). Wit: George Murrel, William Trigg, William Depp. Clement Montage.
  • TAX BOOKS OF KENTUCKY – BARREN COUNTY UPPER DISTRICT GS SLC Film 2638 Pts. 14 & 15 All Barren County, Personal Taxes 1799: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 200 acres, Class 2, Skir. Creek, 1 white male over 21, 2 horses. Mar 9 1799. 1801: HEZEKIAH DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 4 horses. May 27 1801. 1801: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 2-white over 16, 4-blacks 5-horses. Jun 16, 1801 1801: JAMES DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Big Barren River, His own entry, His own Survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jun 16, 1801. 1801: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Roland’s entry, J. Roland’s Survey. 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jun 18,1801. 1801: ALEXANDER, JR., 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Roland’s entry, J. Roland’s Survey, 1- white male over 21, 2-horses. Jun 18 1801. 1801: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 200 acres, Class 2, Skaggs Creek, His own entry, His own Survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses, Jun 23, 1801. 1802: ELIJAH DAVIDSON, 1-white male over, 1-horse, Mar 27, 1802. 1802: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 1, Peters Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland Survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse, Apr 10, 1802. 1802: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 200 acres, Class 1, Skaggs Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland Survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Apr 10, 1802. 1802: JAMES DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 1, Big Barren, Skaggs Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland Survey,1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 3-horses. Apr 10, 1802. 1802: ALEX. DAVIDSON, 500 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, Wm Armistead entry, Wm Armistead Survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 4-blacks over 16, 4-horses. Aug 13, 1802. 1803: (H)EZEKIAH DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jun 10 1803. 1803: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Jun 10, 1803. 1803: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, class 2, Peters Creek, E. Robin entry, E. Robin Survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. Jun 10, 1803. 1803: ALEXANDER, DAVIDSON, 100 acres, class 2, Peters Creek, E. Robin entry, E. Robin survey, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Jun 10,1803 1803: JAMES DAVIDSON, 100 acres, class 3, Dry Creek, M. Wright entry, M. Wright survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 1-horse. Jun 10, 1803. 1804: ALEXANDER DAVISON, SR. 500 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, Armisted entry, Armisted Survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-white males over 16 4-blacks over 16, 4-horses. May 9, 1804. 1804: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, JR. 100 acres, Class 3, Rowlin Entry, Rowlin survey, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Apr 9, 1804. 1804: JAMES DAVISON, 1-male over 21, 2-horses. May 30 1804. 1804: ELIJAH DAVISON, 1-male over 21, 3-horses. Mar 31, 1804 1804: HEZEKIAH DAVISON, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Apr 14, 1804 1804: WILLIAM DAVISON, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. Apr 16, 1804 1804: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 3, Peters Creek, Rowlin entry, Rowlin Survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Aug 6, 1804 1805: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, Sr., 100 acres, Class 1, Peters Creek, H. Anderson entry, H. Anderson survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16. 5-horses. Jul 4, 1805. 1805: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. 6 Jul 1805. 1805: JAMES DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 2-horses. Jul 6, 1805. 1806: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Apr 4, 1806. 1806: BENJAMIN DAVIDSON, 400 acres, Class 3, Barren River, B. DAVIDSON entry, B. DAVIDSON survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. Apr 5, 1806. 1806: HEZEKIAH DAVIDSON, 150 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 1-horse. Apr 5, 1806. 1806: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, E. Roland entry, E. Roland survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 7-horses. Apr 7, 1806. 1806: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, 4 acres, Class 1, Beaver Creek, 500 acres, Beaver Creek, Wm Armstrong entry, Wm Armstrong survey, 1-white male over 21, 4-blacks, 7-horses. May 19, 1806. 1806: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Beaver Creek, E.J. Roaling entry, J. Davidson survey, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 4-horses. Jun 19, 1806. 1806: ELIJAH DAVIDSON, 130 acres, Class 2, Beaver Creek, J. Walter entry, J. Walter survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. Jun 21 1806. 1807: HEZEKIAH DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. 20 Apr 1807. 1807: WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. 11 Jun 1807 1807: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Roland entry, J. Roland survey, JAMES & ALEXANDER DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 8-horses. Jun 25, 1807. 1807: JOHN DAVIDSON, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland survey, JAMES & ALEXANDER DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 2-white males over 16, 5-horses. Jun 25, 1807. 1807: JOHN DAVIDSON, JR., 1-white male over 16, 1-horse. Jun 25, 1807. 1807: JAMES DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 1-white male over 16, 3-horses. Jun 27, 1807. 1807: ISAAC DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. 16 Jul 1807 1807: ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, Sr., 500 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, W. Armistead entry, W. Armistead survey, 1-white male over 21, 4-blacks, 7-horses. Jul 17 1807. 1807: BENJAMIN DAVIDSON,400 acres, Class 3, Big Barren River, D. DAVIDSON entry, D. DAVIDSON survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Jul 17, 1807. 1807: ELIJAH DAVIDSON, 200 acres, Class 3,Licking Creek, J. Matthews entry, J. Matthews survey. Jul 20, 1807. 1807: WILLIAM DAVDISON, 200 acres, Class 3, Bays Fork, Warren County, KY T. Cragg entry, T. Cragg survey, 200 acres, Class 2, Lynn Camp, T. Cragg entry, T. Cragg survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-white males over 16, 6-blacks, 8-horses. Jul 21, 1807. 1808: RICHARD DAVIDSON, 1-white male over 21, May 18, 1808. 1808: WILLIAM DAVDISON, 1-white male over 21, Jun 11, 1808. 1808: JOHN DAVDISON, 1-white male over 16, 1-horse, Jun 11, 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, Jr., 100 acres, Class 2, Beaver Creek, Jno. Rollin entry, Jno. Rollin survey, J & A DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Jun 14, 1808. 1080: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, Sr., 500 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, W. Armistead entry, W. Armistead survey. Jul 2, 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jul 2, 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 2-horses. Jul 2, 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, THOMAS, 150 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, E. Downs entry, E. Downs survey, 2-white males over 21, 5-blacks, 5-horses. Jul 14, 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Rollin entry, J. Rollin survey, J. DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 2- white males over 16, 6-horses. 28 Jul 1808. 1808: DAVIDSON, JAMES, 2-white males over 21, 1-white male over 16, 1-horse. Aug 1, 1808. 1809: DAVIDSON, THOMAS, 150 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 5-blacks, 2-horses. Apr 17, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, JAMES, 1-white male over 21, Apr 17, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. May 4, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER Jr. 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. May 8, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jun 3, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Jun 19, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, ELIJAH, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse, Jun 19, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 100 acres, Class 2, Peters Creek, J. Rowland entry, J. Rowland survey, J. DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 7-horses. Jul 8, 1809. 1809: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 2-horses. 1809: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 500 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, W. DAVIDSON entry, W. DAVIDSON survey, W. DAVIDSON Patent. 8 Jul 1809. 1810: DAVISON, HEZEKIAH, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. May 13, 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, ELIJAH, 1-whie male over 21, 1-horse. 13 May 1810 1810: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 400 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, Armistead Entry, Armistead survey, Armistead Patent, 87 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Beaver Creek, G. Wright entry, G. Wright survey. May 13, 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, 130 acres, Class 3, Baren Creek, Joseph Levi entry, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. May 13, 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 200 acres, Class 3, Green River, Puckett entry, Puckett survey, 50 acres, Class 3, Green River, Laird entry, Laird survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. May 13, 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. May 1810 1810: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 5 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Beaver Creek, W. Armistead entry, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 3-horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 3-horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 1-males over 21, 2-horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, Sr. 400 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Beaver Creek, Armisted entry, Armisted survey, 1-white male over 21, 8-blacks, 16 horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVISON, HEZEKIAH, 130 acres, Class 2, Beaver Creek, Ballard entry, RICHARD DAVIDSON survey, RICHARD DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, Sr. 100 acres, Class 3, Peters Creek, Jno. Rowland entry, Jno Rowland survey, A. DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 200 acres, Class 3, Green River, F. Puckett entry, F. Puckett survey, F. Puckett Patent, 50 acres, Cladd 3, Green River, J. Laird entry, J. Laird survey, J. Laird Patent, 1-white over 21, 9-horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, 150 acres, Class 3, Green River, Jo. Lard entry Jo Lard survey, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. May 1810. 1810: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. May 1810. May 1810. 1812: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 50 acres, Class 3, Green River, J. Laird entry, J. Laird survey, 1-white male over 21, 9-horses. 1812: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 100 acres, Class 3, Peters Creek, J. Roland entry, J. Roland survey, A. DAVIDSON Patent. 1-white male over 21, 9-horses. 1812: DAVIDSON, ELLIS, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. 1812: DAVIDSON, ABRAHAM, 2-horses. 1812: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. 1812: DAVIDSON, THOMAS, 151 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 5-blacks, 3-horses. 1812: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH, 150 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, Richards entry, Richards survey, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. 1812: DAVIDSON: BENJAMIN, 200 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. 1813: DAVIDSON, ELLIS, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse 1813: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 200 acres, Class 3, Green River, W. Wright entry W. Wright survey, W. Wright Patent, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 3-horses. 1813: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH D., 151 3/4 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, W. Richards entry, W. Richards survey, W. Richards Patent, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. 1813: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 1-horse. 1813: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 400 acres, Class 3, So. Fork, Armisted entry Armisted survey, Armisted Patent; 84 1/2 acres, Class 3, S. Fork, G. Wright entry, G. Wright survey, G. Wright Patent, 1-white male over 21, 9-blacks, 18 horses. 1813: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. 1813: DAVIDSON, ABRAHAM, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. 1813: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, Jr. 100 acres, Class 3, Peters Creek, J. Roland entry, J. Roland survey, DAVIDSON Patent, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. 1814: 64th Reg’t, MERCER’S Company 45th Reg’t – Blairs Company 1814: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses, Total value: $70. 1814: DAVIDSON, H. 1-white male over 21, 2-horses, Total value: $110. 1814: DAVIDSON, RICHARD, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse, Total value $40. 1814: DAVIDSON, ELIJAH, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses, Total value $90. 1814: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH, 151 3/4 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek; 400 acres Class 3, Barren Creek, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses. Value $1127 25th Reg’t – Mumford’s Company 1814: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 200 acres, Class 3, Green River, J. Pluckett entry, J. Pluckett survey, J. Pluckett Patent; 50 acres Green River, Jos. Lards, 1-white male over 21, 6-horses, Total Value $1765. 1814: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 200 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, W. Wright entry, W. Wright survey, W. Wright Patent, 1-white male over 21, 2-blacks, 3-horses. Total value $1370. 1814: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, 150 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, Jo. Lard entry Jo. Lard survey, Jo. Lard Patent, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Total value $850. 1814: DAVIDSON, E. 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Total value $60. 45th Reg’t Miller’s Company 1814: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 380 acres, Class 3, South Fork, Armisted entry Armisted survey, Armisted Patent; 87 1/2 acres, Class 3, South Fork G. Wright entry, G. Wright survey, G. Wright Patent; 16 acres, Class 3, South Fork. 1-white male over 21, 9-blacks, 16 horses. Total value $5877.50 1814: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 4 acres, Class 3, South Fork, Armisted entry, Armisted survey, 1-white male over 21, 3-blacks 1-horse. Total value $1760. 64th Reg’t – Chism’s Company, 45th Reg’t Blair’s Company 1815: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 5-horses, Total value $257.25 1815: DAVIDSON, THOMAS, 150 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 6-blacks, 4-horses, Total value $2030. 1815: DAVIDSON, ABRAHAM, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses, Total Value $100 1815: DAVIDSON, ELIJAH, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Total value $125 1815: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 333/1/3 acres, Class C, Beaver Creek, 1-white male over 21, 4-horses, Total value $1847 1815: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH, 134 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, Richards entry, Richard survey, Richards Patent; 200 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, D. DAVIDSON entry, D. DAVIDSON, survey, D. DAVIDSON patent, 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Total value $1250 45th Reg’t DAVIDSON’S Company 1815: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM 150 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, J. Lard entry J. Lard survey, J. Lard Patent; 200 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, D. DAVISON entry, D. DAVIDSON survey, D. DAVIDSON Patent. 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Total value $910. 1815: DAVIDSON, ELLIS, 300 acres, Class 3, Henderson County, 1-white male over 21, 1-house, Total value $500. 1815: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 200 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, J. Puckett entry, J. Puckett survey, J. DAVIDSON patent; 50 acres, Class 3, Beaver Creek, J. Lard entry, J. Lard survey, W. DAVIDSON Patent. 1-white male over 21, 3-horse. Total value $1430. 45th Reg’t Miller’s Company 1815: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 4 acres, Class 2, So. Fork, Barren, Armisted entry, Armisted survey, Armisted Patent, 1-white male over 21, 5-blacks, 2-horses. Total value $2080. 1815: DAVISON, ALEXANDER, Sr. 400 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Barren River, W. Armisted entry, W. Armisted survey, W. Armisted Patent; 87 1/2 acres, Class 2, So. Fork Barren River, G. Wright entry, G. Wright survey, G. Wright Patent, 1-white male over 21, 10-blacks 17-horses. Total value $7000. 94th Reg’t Haley’s Company 1816: DAVIDSON, ELLIS, 40 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, Samuel Kelly entry, survey, Patent; 20 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, E. DAVIDSON entry, survey, patent; 40 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, E. DAVIDSON entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Total value $220. 1816: DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, 150 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, Jno. Laird entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 1-horse. Total Value $220. 1816: DAVIDSON, HEZEKIAH, 200 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, D. Rassdal entry, survey, patent; 150 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, D. Rassdal entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, Total value $775. 1816: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 200 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, Puckett entry, survey, patent; 50 acres, Class 3, Barren Creek, J. Laird entry survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Total value $1700 1816: DAVIDSON, ELIJAH, 1-white male over 21, 3-horses. Total value $105 94th Reg’t Miller’s Company 1816: DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN, 4 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Barren River, Armisted entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 5-blacks 2-horses. Total Value $2000. 1816: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 400 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Barren River, Armisted entry, survey, patent; 87 1/2 acres, Class 3, So. Fork Barren River, G. Wright entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 11-blacks, 16 horses. Total value $5857 94th Reg’t Davis Company 1816: DAVIDSON, JOHN, 1-white male over 21, 1-black, 5-horses Total Value $630 94th Reg’t Peck’s Company 1816: DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, 100 acres, Class 3, Peters Creek, Jno Rowland entry, A. DAVIDSON survey, A. DAVIDSON patent, 1-white male over 21, 1-black, 3-horses, Total value $1170. 1816: DAVIDSON, ABRAHAM, 1-white male over 21, 2-horses, Total valaue $400. 94th Reg’t Winn’s Company 1816: DAVIDSON, THOMAS, 15 acres, Class 1, Bear Creek, His own entry, 1-white male over 21, 6-blacks, 3-horses, Total value $2605. 1816: DAVIDSON, ISAAC, 333/1/3 acres, Class 3, Bear Creek, A. Chaplin entry, survey, patent. 1-white male over 21, 4-horses. Total value $1766.67 65th Reg’t – MERCER’S Company 1812: JOHN DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, JOHN DAVIDSON – Peters Creek Patented by: A. DAVIDSON (Alexander?) 1813: JOHN DAVIDSON – Skaggs Creek – 1 male over 21 – 2 horses 1815: JOHN DAVIDSON – Beaver Creek – 1 male over 21 – 2 horses – Value total $80.00 1815: THOMAS DAVIDSON -150 acres – entry Blains Co. 1 male over 21, 3 blacks over 16, 6 total blacks – 4 horses Value Total $2,030. 1815: ABRAHAM DAVIDSON – 1 male over 21 – 2 horses Value Total $100. 1815: WILLIAM DAVIDSON – Enty: Davidson’s Co. – 1 male over 21 – 4 horses – Rates per season: 5 Value $910.00 1815: JOHN DAVIDSON – Entry: Duke’s Sons Co. 1 male over 21 – 1 horse Value $4130.
  • BARREN COUNTY, KENTUCKY CEMETERY RECORDS Vol I by Eva Coe Peden 1976, Glasgow, Ky DAVIDSON CEMETERY, located on the Beaver Creek Church Road on the Edmunds farm. Cemetery is enclosed in an iron fence. Annie G., wife of DAVIDSON B. DAVIDSON Feb 22, 1865 – Nov 18, 1891 DAVID BARCLAY DAVIDSON Feb 23, 1858 – May 20, 1895 SAMUEL RAY, son of HAIDEN & DELLA DAVIDSON March 28, 1891 June 29, 1909 Lizzie Duval, wife of E. J. DAVIDSON Jul 2, 1864 – Sep 20 1905 E. J. DAVIDSON March 11, 1861 – Sep 20 1927 America, wife of W. F. DAVIDSON May 4, 1833 – May 2, 1900 WINSTON F. DAVIDSON March 7, 1825 – July 3, 1885 GEORGE HILLIAN DAVIDSON Feb 23 1858 – illegible MARY JANE, Consort of____________ & dau of ISAAC DAVIDSON July 20, 1820 – Sept 1, 1848 Susan, wife of ISAAC DAVIDSON July 15, 1793 – July 2, 1862 ISAAC DAVIDSON March 6, 1780 – Sept 16, 1832
  • EVERETT CEMETERY located south of Glasgow on Highway 31E on the right side of road opposite Pritchardville. Isyphena, Consort of THOMPSON DAVIDSON; dau of J. E. & R. Everett July 21, 1815 – Sept 25, 1854 MARY JANE DAVIDSON April 12, 1837 – July 26, 1854 BEN A. DAVIDSON June 15 1826 – July 15, 1879 Mary E., wife of BEN A. DAVIDSON March 21, 1826 – April 10, 1895 WILLIAM S., son of B.A. & M.E. DAVIDSON June 28, 1862 – Aug 31, 1867 JESSIE B., son of B. & M.E. DAVIDSON Nov 13, 1858 – Feb 10, 1859 INF. DAU. of B.A. & M.E. DAVIDSON b & d July 28, 1856 NANCY M., dau of E.E. & I. DAVIDSON Oct 1, 1841 – Nov 2, 1849 RACHEL DAVIDSON, wife of Clinton Bybee May 25, 1851 – Oct 31, 1886 INF. DAU. of B.A. & M.E. DAVIDSON b dead Aug. 3, 1883
  • GLASGOW MUNICIPAL CEMETERY HERBERT DAVIDSON 1877 – 1966 MARTHA B. DAVIDSON 1882 – 1963 JOSEPHINE, dau of H.E. & M. B. DAVIDSON Dec 18 1909 – Jan 22, 1922 KATE DEPP DAVIDSON Jan 28, 1888 – Aug 22, 1962 B. G. DAVIDSON II Nov 9, 1883 – Dec 23 1918 MINNIE DAVIDSON GARDNER March 23, 1869 – Dec 3, 1943 WILLIAM JACKMAN DAVIDSON June 21, 1871 – Oct 15, 1955 ADDIE YATES, wife of W. J. DAVIDSON Aug 22, 1870 – Dec 10, 1921 BENJAMIN GIDEON DAVIDSON July 18, 1845 – June 7, 1914 G. PRICE DAVIDSON Jan 19, 1875 – July 22, 1935 CATHERINE JACKMAN DAVIDSON Oct 16, 1845 – June 7, 1914
  • OLD DAVISON CEMETERY Located off the South Fork road, on a farm of Mr. Groce, which was formerly owned by Mrs. Lucy Davison. Cemetery in a field on the back of this farm. NANCY DAVISON m Jan 28, 1808 April 11, 1787 – Nov 1, 1834 THOMAS DAVISON Age 70 – Aug 12, 1854 ELIZABETH, Consort of H. DAVISON m Feb 4, 1835 Jan 30, 1820 – Feb 9, 1857 HERNDON DAVISON Dec 11, 1812 – Feb 15, 1869 ANGELINE, wife of H. DAVISON Dec 13, 1822 – Oct 22, 1888
  • OLD DAVIDSON CEMETERY Located on the Hamilton farm near the Beaver Creek Church in a field back of the barn MARY ANN DAVIDSON Aug 22, 1819 – Jan 2, 1885 ALLEN DAVIDSON April 24, 1811 – April 20, 1885 ALLEN D. DAVIDSON Aug 5, 1893 – Jan 17, 1926 NANCY P. DAVIDSON Nov 13, 1853 – Feb 10, 1926 FRANK DAVIDSON Nov 12, 1844 – April 10, 1908
  • KENTUCKY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY Vol II Thomas w. westerfield, Editor Sketches from Allen, Monroe, Metcalfe, Barren & Warren Counties Reprinted from Kentucky: A History of the State 1886 page 13, Allen County: DR. WILLIAM B. DAVIDSON b May 4, 1821, in Barren County, KY. moved to Allen County in 1854. His father , ISAAC DAVIDSON, a native of North Carolina, removed at th age of thirteen, with his parents to Barren County, Kentucky, he died in 1853, aged over seventy years; was the son of Rev. ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, a Baptist Minister, he died in Barren County. ISAAC married Susanna, daughter of James Dodd, of Barren County, and their offspring are as follows: ALLEN D., ALBERT, ISAAC, SUSAN (REED), JAMES A. (deceased), DR. WILLIAM B. DAVIDSON married Jun 10, 1853, Mary J., daughter of Merry and Lucy (Lewis) Spillman, of Barren County, born in 1811, died in 1872, and to them were born: JOHN I., LUCY (GREEN), ELIZABETH (MOORE), MARY (MOORE), SALLIE (deceased), MATILDA (deceased), and ALICE M. DAVIDSON.

    Obituary Name: James Davidson McConnell Residence: CA? Died: 19 July 1913. Born: 8 December 1864 Father: James D. McDonnell of VA Survivors: Vernon McConnell, Glasgow, KY Will McConnell, CA Dee McConnell, CA Sister: Maggie McDonnell Dearing, w/o Rev Elisha of Nashville, TN. Organiztions: Knights of Pythias Interred: Glasgow Cemetery


    Geographic Names Information System

  • Davidson place names in Kentucky USGS Feature Name St County Type Latitude Longitude 7.5′ x 7.5′ Map ——————- — ————– —— ——– ——— ————— Davidson Branch KY Clay stream 370911N 0833914W Barcreek Davidson Branch KY Perry stream 371416N 0831044W Hazard South Davidson Cemetery KY Clinton cemete 364004N 0851442W Albany Davidson Cemetery KY Floyd cemete 374021N 0824620W Prestonsburg Davidson Cemetery KY Jackson cemete 371924N 0835607W Tyner Davidson Church KY Perry church 372102N 0831811W Krypton Davidson Fork KY Leslie stream 371027N 0832616W Hyden West Davidson Memorial KY Floyd cemete 373542N 0824044W Harold Gardens Davidson Station KY Ohio locale 373309N 0864221W Olaton

BURTONVILLE Cemetery - Lewis Co KY

Davidson, Victor P. b 1918 d 1933

MT WASHINGTON Cemetery - Bullitt County KY
Davidson, Samuel b 15 Oct 1791 in Burlington NJ emigrated to KY 1818
    d Mt Washington 17 May 1864
Davidson, Elizabeth G. b 22 May 1805 d 29 Aug 1877

OLD KENTUCKY ENTRIES AND DEEDS

A Complete Index of the Earliest Land Entries,
Military Warrants, Deeds and Wills of the
Commonwealth of Kentucky

by Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D.
(Filson Club Publications: No 34)
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JEFFERSON ENTRIES{1779-1785}

Entree                  Acres   Book    Page  Entry Date         Watercourse
Davidson, John     1000     A           226    12-14-1782   Indian Kick Cr
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MILITARY WARRANTS{1782-1793}

Name                     Acres  Warrant   Service	Date
Davidson, Joseph 100    2661    3 yrs soldier Virginia   line     3-1-1784

Davison, Ambrose 
100    3088    {Ditto}                                   5-22-1784
Davison, David     200   3274   During war soldier Va line     7-1-1784  
Davison, John         200   3089    {Ditto}
5-22-1784     
Davison, Josiah      100   2416    3 yrs soldier Virginia line      2-6-1784
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COURT OF APPEALS DEEDS-GRANTEES

Grantee    Residence   Deed Date Acr.  Bk  Pg  Water Course
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Davidson, Hezakiah ---------------11-27-1834  -----    Z   510   Hart Co.
Davidson, Jas       Washington   1-20-1812    564   O   309  Tavern  Spring  Rd
Davidson James   Washington    5-28-1812   556   O   461   Laurel Rd
Davidson, Jas W.  Simpson       11-20-1824   -----   X   148    None
Davidson, Gen.John  Annapolis 12-17-1805  416   K   402   None
Davidson, Joseph   Philadelphia  5- 5- 1798  -----    D   520   None
Davidson, Wm         Frederick    10- 4-1810   1250  O   10     Ohio Riv
Davison, Joseph      Woodford   10- 6- 1803   500    H  236    Clear Cr 
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COURT OF APPEALS DEEDS-GRANTORS

Grantor   Residence   Deed Date       Acr.   Bk    Pg     Water Course
Davidson, Jas H  Simpson     11-20-1824    -----    X      148          None
& Wife
Davidson, Wm     Frederick       5- 2-1816    1000   R        42        Ohio R
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COURT OF APPEALS DEEDS-ATTORNEYS

Grantor              Residence   Deed Date    Bk          Pg      Notes
Davidson, Fanny   Norfolk     8-29-1828    V or Y    306     Contract     

If any one wants the address to send for copies of any of those deeds or
warrants, it is:
Files of KY land grants are available from
        Land Office Division
        Secretary of State
        Capitol Building
        Frankfort, KY 40601-3493
        502-564-3490
You should speak with Kandie Adkinson, administrative specialist.