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151 "Mrs. Pate King is quite sick at this writing." Hansford, Mary Bayne (I554)
 
152 "Pate King lost a fine Jersey cow a day or so ago which he valued at $100." King, Peyton Jackson (I65871)
 
153 "Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Illinois Knights of Pythias, Twenty-Seventh Annual Convention, Held at Rock Island, October 20, 21, 22, 1896." notes:
Past Chancellor No. 213: E.W. Skadden 
Skadden, Edward Wayman (I21)
 
154 "Received of Sallie Waldenadministratrix of Willis Walden deceased ($375.90) Three hundred and seventyfive dollars and ninety cents in full of our distributable share of WillisWalden estate prorated according to said Willis Walden's will.  Given under our hands this 11th day ofNovember 1881.  Nackie A Wade James W.Wade." Walden, Nackie A. (I102)
 
155 "Samuel J. Stewart, the jolly school clerk of district 64, the district in which the reporter kicked the young juveniles up the ladder of knowledge, was taxpaying in the city yesterday. He says the farmers are all happy." Stewart, Samuel J. (I122)
 
156 "Since our last report the following marriage licenses have been issued: .... Ernest Walden and Ruby Lee Dossey...." The Bonham Daily Favorite April 11th Family F10007
 
157 "Southern Genealogist's Exchange Quarterly", published Spring 1967, included a lists of all readable stones in the cemetery, as read by Ada Parrish.
Charles is included on that list, as "KING, Charles S. son of J. & E. P. KING – 27 June 18--?"

See:
http://genealogytrails.com/ken/lincoln/craborchardcem.html 
King, Charles S. (I65875)
 
158 "Spee" Swagger, 23 years old, born in Ohio, enumerated on census in home of William Swagger; Harriet E. and Samuel also in home Speece, Sarah (I171)
 
159 "The case of Raymond Dishon versus Gran King now has attention. The two young men had trouble while returning from church at Crab Orchard." King, Thomas Stephenson (I122784)
 
160 "The Misses Douglas, of Maywood, are with Mrs. Pate King." Hansford, Mary Bayne (I554)
 
161 "The Times of Long Ago, Barren County, Kentucky" (John P. Morton & Co.), page 29, in chapter VII, discussing history of the first pioneers, author Franklin Gorin writes that "on Beaver Creek above the Columbia Road, including the sinks of Beaver, and surrounding country: ....Francis Latimer, ... George Douglass, father of William and Samuel Douglass, ... Esekiel Newland, ..." Newland, Ezekial (I1779)
 
162 "Uncle Sam looks like Papa, only long whiskers and more gray. Very much like him when he smiles. Does not talk much, but very pleasant. " Johnston, Samuel Davis (I111304)
 
163 "WD" Douglas, 45 years old, born in Kentucky, enumerated on census as head of household; a farmer; owned real estate valued at 1,000, personal estate valued at 912; Emily and 4 children in home Douglass, Nathaniel Toliaferro (I64342)
 
164 "We were sorry to learn that Mr. Gran King because sick and had to go back to the Veterans Hospital in Louisville. We hope he is much better by this time." King, Thomas Stephenson (I122784)
 
165 "William Winfield Scott Douglass, age 81 years, passed away Sunday evening, Feb. 23rd. His funeral was held at the church in Fountain, Tuesday Feb. 25th at 2 o'clock, Rev. Chas. Howard officiating. Interment was made in the Fountain cemetery."
Covington Republican, Covington, Indiana, March 7, 1930 edition - Deaths & Funerals as reported by the Boord & Shelby Mortuary



 
Douglass, William Winfield Scott (I5654)
 
166 "Wilson Stuart of Washington, D.C., is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Stuart, 1512 Pine Street. Mr. Stuart has a post at the United States naval hospital at Washington."
Pine Bluff Daily Graphic
October 5, 1922 
Stuart, Henry Wilson (I137952)
 
167 "Wilson Stuart of Washington, D.C., is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Stuart, 1512 Pine Street. Mr. Stuart has a post at the United States naval hospital at Washington."
Pine Bluff Daily Graphic
October 5, 1922 
Stuart, Thomas David (I136865)
 
168 "Word was received here that Mr. Pate King, who lives with his son at Paris, is very low." King, Peyton Jackson (I65871)
 
169 "Zionville ... The literary elected new officers last Saturday evening as follows: ... vice president, E.W. Skadden...."  Skadden, Edward Wayman (I21)
 
170 $1000. Part of the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 28 Township 40 Range 4 West. 65 acres White, William A. (I59190)
 
171 $1061.75 for distribution
1/9 share = 117.97
distribution to all 9 children; only Malinda living in Garrard

* Amt received included $ for hire of 6 slaves (Ben, Ned, Elijah, Jenny, Juda, Amy), three to JQA, one to H King and two to Christopher
* payments to JQA for keeping old negros in 1851, court costs
* Settlement made August 9, 1852; produced to court in September, continued for objections and exceptions; produced to court again in October 1852, no objections or exceptions made, settlement recorded
* Atterson Walden and Willis Walden executors 
Walden, John (I104)
 
172 $1061.75 for distribution
1/9 share = 117.97
distribution to all 9 children; only Malinda living in Garrard

* Amt received included $ for hire of 6 slaves (Ben, Ned, Elijah, Jenny, Juda, Amy), three to JQA, one to H King and two to Christopher
* payments to JQA for keeping old negros in 1851, court costs
* Settlement made August 9, 1852; produced to court in September, continued for objections and exceptions; produced to court again in October 1852, no objections or exceptions made, settlement recorded
* Atterson Walden and Willis Walden executors 
Walden, Willis (I97)
 
173 $1563.14 from two sales; $710.17 expenses paid, including coffin; leaves 852.97 for distribution; 1/9 share = 94.77; Shows payment to Permelia, Elizabeth, Sophia, Angelina, and part payment to John Walden, Sophia Adeline (I109)
 
174 $450 mortgage note; Samuel J. Stewart, of Gordon, Kansas, promised to pay the Brown Brothers, located in Augusta, Kansas, the sum of $450 in gold coin, one year from date (July 6, 1888) Stewart, Samuel J. (I122)
 
175 $800 administrator's bond by John Guthrie, with William Schoeb and Alvis Rueb as security; John had been appointed administrator of SJ Stewart estate Stewart, Samuel J. (I122)
 
176 (1) 12 acre home tract on waters of Cedar Creek, near Halls Gap; (2) 28 acre tract adjoining the home tract; sold to James P Bailey for $875; JB then sold house and 13 acres to WA Cash for $775 Tucker, Dayton (I721)
 
177 (note, John enlisted on September 8, 1862, not in 1863 as stated in the petition. In October of 1863, John was imprisoned at Camp Douglas, where Elizabeth visited in September of 1863)  Douglass, Elizabeth Pitts (I64341)
 
178 (obituary does not specify north or east, or even Floral Park) James, Mary Alberta (I101150)
 
179 (Spring Hill 139 was the previous lodge in Crab Orchard) Douglass, Nathaniel Toliaferro (I64342)
 
180 * note - the photographer Hope Guthrie was a cousin Walden, Doris Gertrude (I64828)
 
181 * note - the photographer Hope Guthrie was a cousin  
182 * note - the photographer Hope Guthrie was a cousin Walden, Earnest Wenford (I64853)
 
183 * note - the photographer Hope Guthrie was a cousin Walden, Willie W. Adison (I64863)
 
184 * Willis's acquisition of his 'corner' land is not in the Lincoln County deed books. Walden, Willis (I97)
 
185 ** also on the census page are two John Stewarts and a Benjamin Stewart. One of these John Stewarts is over 45. Stewart, George (I125)
 
186 -John Finley Crow Memoirs

John Finley Crow, son of Benjamin Crow and grandson of Walter Crow, in 1848, wrote his 'memoirs' - information on his parentage and relatives. Crow states that his "paternal grandmother Mary Stuart was from Scotland and a Presbyterian." His "paternal grandfather, having emigrated from England settled in St. George's Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. For a number of years he kept a public house of some notoriety at the Sign of the "Three Sons," but some 12 or 15 years before the commencement of the Revolutionary War, he emigrated to Virginia and settled near the spot on which Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, was afterward built." He further stated that his paternal grandfather (Walter) "had several brothers, some of whom settled on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, while one migrated still farther South into the Carolinas." They all belonged to the Church of England.
(*note - his statement of Walter emigrating from England conflicts with parish registry showing birth in Cecil County in 1717).

Next, he states that after the death of his grandfather (Walter), his grandmother with her youngest son Jacob moved to Kentucky.

Next, he states that his grandfather (Walter) raised a family of five sons: James, John, William, Benjamin and Jacob, and three daughters: Polly, Nancy, and Rachel. The eldest son James settled near Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia, where having raised a family of three sons and seven daughters he died at a good old age, a member of the Presbyterian Church in good circumstances.

John and William were early pioneers to Kentucky; each obtained a settlement of preemption in the vicinity of Danville. John disposed of his land and became the proprietor of a large tract of wild land on Green River. He moved with his family to the Green River country, and while opening a farm was murdered by his own negro man. Left a family of four sons and two daughters.
William retained his farm one mile east of Danville until his death. He was a "shrewd and energetic man" and acquired a handsome property to be divided among three sons and eight daughters. Near the close of life he made a profession of religion and united with the Baptist Church.
Jacob married in Kentucky and had a large family. He was a member of the Baptist Church, "industrious and frugal"
Polly married a man by the name of Underwood in Virginia. They moved to Kentucky; Mr. Underwood died young, leaving three sons and two daughters. Polly lived to see her children all settled comfortably in Shelby County.
Nancy, the 2nd daughter, married Henry Gregg (brother of JF Crow's mother). Died in middle age after having four sons and two daughters.
Rachel married Samuel Harnett. Moved to Tennessee; settled in Cocke County. 4-5 sons and one daughter


ANOTHER CROW IN AUGUSTA COUNTY
A William Crow is found in Augusta County, in 1759. He was born circa 1726 in Ireland. Married Margaret Lewis, daughter of John Lewis and aunt of Andrew Lewis of Point Pleasant fame. Uncertain relation to Walter, but he is listed in Walter's 1789 will as having a certain obligation with John Crow at William Crow's Ferry on the James Rive



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Ancestor #A028250: service: rendered aid and grand juror; sources cited: Rev. Public Claims Vol 3, pages 828, 830, 834, 836; and Rockingham Minute Book 1778-1792, Part 1 1778-1786 Page 4 
Crow, Walter (I182)
 
187 119 3/4 acres 2nd rate land in Garrard County, on Dicks River water course; e/s/p by Scott; 2 white males over the age of 21; 7 blacks over the age of 16; 17 total blacks; 14 horses; total value 11580 Dunn, Augustine (I141096)
 
188 13 April 1889
Grant County Register

Trial of Wm. Housley
The case of Wm. Housley, charged with the murder of Joe Ferguson, in Ulysses Sept. 27, 1888, was called on Wednesday. Beside the 18 jurors already present for service it was necessary before a satisfactory jury was impaneled to summon 28 more citizens of Grant county to serve as jurors. Finally the following jury was accepted: J.J. Rosson, L.L. Coyle, S.S. Maben, G.M. Crampton, G.W. Nicholson, L.C. Reynolds, G.W. Dobson, Charles Lowderman, Roy Ewen, Timothy Nihill, Wm. Rush, E.H. Adams. Some of the witnesses did not appear when called and bench warrants were issued. There are over thirty witnesses for the state and defense. The state is represented by County Attorney Hutchison, J.L. Pancoast, A.F. Hoilenbeck and T.W. Marshall, and the defendant by Col. S.N. Wood. The state opened the case Wednesday, the prisoner pleading "not guilty," and proceeded with the examination of witnesses. The trial will not be ended until some time next week. The evidence is to the effect that at about 7 o'clock on the morning of the above day Housley stepped on to the Opera House platform and approached the spot at a hitching rack where Ferguson and others were standing, and at a distance of about eight feet from Ferguson accosted the latter: "Joe, you've been talking about me long enough; ---- you, you've got to quit it." Ferguson got up on the boardwalk at this and said he would talk as much as he pleased, it being alleged by some witnesses that he had a knife in his hand. Housley took one or two steps backward and drew his revolver. Ferguson approached to within four feet, with the revolver pointing at his breast, and grabbed at or attempted to push aside the weapon. Housley at this motion lowered the revolver, which exploded, the ball taking effect in Ferguson's leg. Ferguson fell with the exclamation that he was shot; and Housley walked away, saddled a pony and rode out of town. At the time he was a deputy marshal of Ulysses. Ferguson was taken to a building, where an examination was held, which adduced the fact that the bone of his leg was badly shattered and hope of saving his life called for amputation. The fractured bone was exhibited in court. The defense sought in cross-examination of the physicians on the witness stand to show that the amputation was the cause of death. Court adjourned last evening and the trial will be resumed this morning. The plaintiff's witnesses have not all been examined.

20 April 1889
Grant County Register

Not Guilty
The trial of Wm. Housley, charged with murdering J. Ferguson, came to an end yesterday morning at about 8:30, when the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
The jury was instructed by Judge Botkin Thursday morning and then taken in hand by Co. Atty. Hutchinson and A.F. Hollenbeck. The afternoon was consumed by Colonel Wood for the defense. In the evening J.L. Pancoast spoke in behalf of the state.
The jury occupied the court room Thursday night and did not come to an agreement until yesterday morning. Five ballots were taken, for of which stood nine for acquittal and three for conviction.



 
Nicholson, George Washington (I28251)
 
189 14 acres improved, 25 acres woodland unimproved; value of farm 1000; 2 horses, 10 swine, 27 poultry; 100 eggs; 14 acres corn (350 bushels); 2 acres apple orchard, with 30 trees, 100 bushels Stevens, Lewis (I37)
 
190 152 acres Mercer County; Cane Run; $3,040
144 acres Casey County; $100
White male over 21: 1
Slaves over 16: 2
Total slaves: 7
Value of slaves: $2,100
9 horses valued at $450
3 mules valued at $58
12 cows valued at $50 over $50
2 studs/jacks/bulls
Rate per season: 9
2 children between ages of 7 and 11
Total value: $5,790 
Walden, Atterson Lewis (I106)
 
191 16 April 1887
Grant County Register

Geo. Nicholson and Andson Rush of Cowley county, arrived in Ulysses yesterday and will locate in Grant. They are cousins, and cousins to E.M. Henthorn. 
Nicholson, George Washington (I28251)
 
192 1807 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 300 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Dicks River watercourse
In whose name entered: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented: Wm. Bledsoe
White males over 21: 1
White males over 16, under 21: -
Blacks over 16: 3
Total blacks: 4
Horses and mares: 4
Stud horses: -
Rates of covering: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages: -
? wheels: -
April 21st

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land in Knox County
R. Castle watercourse
In whose name entered: John Forsythe
In whose name surveyed: John Forsythe
In whose name patented: John Forsythe
April 21st

 
Walden, John (I104)
 
193 1808 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Dicks River watercourse
In whose name entered:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented:
Wm. Bledsoe
White males over 21: 1
White males over 16, under 21: -
Blacks over 16: 3
Total blacks: 4
Horses and mares: 3
Stud horses: -
Rates of covering: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages -
? wheels (can't read): -
April 19th

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Knox County
R. Castle watercourse
In whose name entered:
John Forsythe
In whose name surveyed:
John Forsythe
In whose name patented: not listed
April 19th 
Walden, John (I104)
 
194 1809 TAX LIST: GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Dicks River watercourse
In whose name entered: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented: Wm. Bledsoe
White males over 21: 1
Blacks over 16: 3
Total blacks: 5
Horses: 3
Stud horses: -
Rates of covering per season: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages -
? of wheels: -
May 10th

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Knox County
Rock C. watercourse
In whose name entered: John Forsithe
In whose name surveyed: John Forsithe
In whose name patented: not indicated
May 10th 
Walden, John (I104)
 
195 1809 TAX LIST: GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Dicks River watercourse
In whose name entered: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented: Wm. Bledsoe
White males over 21: 1
Blacks over 16: 3
Total blacks: 5
Horses: 3
Stud horses: -
Rates of covering per season: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages -
? of wheels: -
May 10th

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Knox County
Rock C. watercourse
In whose name entered: John Forsithe
In whose name surveyed: John Forsithe
In whose name patented: not indicated
May 10th 
Pitts, Elizabeth (I105)
 
196 1810 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Watercourse: not indicated
In whose name entered:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented:
Wm. Bledsoe
Whites above 21: 1
Blacks above 16: 3
Total blacks: 5
Horses: 4
Stud horses: -
Rate of covering: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriage: -
No. of wheels: -

June 9th
2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Rockcastle County
Rockcastle River watercourse
In whose name entered: John P.
In whose name surveyed: John P.
In whose name patented: John P
June 9th 
Walden, John (I104)
 
197 1811 TAX LIST: GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
Dix River watercourse
In whose name entered: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented: Wm. Bledsoe
Whites above 21: 1
Blacks above 16: 3
Blacks total: 6
Horses: 4
Stud horses: -
Rate of covering: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages: -
No. Wheels: -
May 21st

2nd rate land: 95 acres
Land located in RockCastle County
? River watercourse
In whose name entered: John Forsythe
In whose name surveyed: John Forsythe
In whose name patented: John Forsythe
May 21st
 
Walden, John (I104)
 
198 1812 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
D. River watercourse
In whose name entered:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented:
Wm. Bledsoe
Whites above 21: 1
Blacks above 16: 3
Total Blacks: 6
Horses: 5
Stud horses: -
Rate of Covering: -
Retail Stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages: -
No. Wheels: -

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Rockcastle county
R. River watercourse
In whose name entered: J. Forsythe
In whose name surveyed: J. Forsythe
In whose name patented: not listed
 
Walden, John (I104)
 
199 1812 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 225 acres
Land located in Garrard County
D. River watercourse
In whose name entered:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed:
Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented:
Wm. Bledsoe
Whites above 21: 1
Blacks above 16: 3
Total Blacks: 6
Horses: 5
Stud horses: -
Rate of Covering: -
Retail Stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages: -
No. Wheels: -

2nd rate land: 98 acres
Land located in Rockcastle county
R. River watercourse
In whose name entered: J. Forsythe
In whose name surveyed: J. Forsythe
In whose name patented: not listed
 
Pitts, Elizabeth (I105)
 
200 1813 TAX LIST:
GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY
3rd rate land: 250 acres
Land located in Garrard County
D.C. watercourse
In whose name entered: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name surveyed: Wm. Bledsoe
In whose name patented: Wm. Bledsoe
Whites above 21: 1
Blacks above 16: 3
Total blacks: 6
Horses and mares: 5
Stud horses: -
Rate of covering: -
Retail stores: -
Tavern licenses: -
Value of town lots: -
Wheel carriages: -
No. wheels: -
 
Walden, John (I104)
 

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