Floyd county kentucky dating personals
Jarveys' daughter Virginia "Jenny" Hall, married W. So this is the way the Bentley's and Osbornes' families came into this family. Town and Palmer Hall were superintendents of the Floyd County Schools. In 1810 we find the name Samuel Hamilton listed on the Floyd Co., KY.
The moved to Frasures' Creek and at that time he owned all of Frasures' Creek, with the exception of Neds' Fork, The Middle Branch, owned by Kelse Gayheart and the Bill Gayheart Branch. After the children were born, he lived on the Bill Hall Branch. 1824 came by, on horseback, from Letcher County, Kentucky and married Jarveys' daughter Mahalie "Haley. We find also the names David Wright, Benjamin Hamilton, Samuel Hamilton, Thomas Hamilton another Thomas Hamilton, Abram Hamilton, Joshua Hamilton and John Hamilton. 26-45 (1765-1784) - 2 males under 10, 1 male 10/16 - 4 daughters.
since records show him to have been in Laurel Co., KY at the time of the birth of his son, Stephen, who married Mary Hamilton, daughter of Jesse and "Pheny" (Hall) Hamilton. 376 - Samuel Hamilton, of County of Floyd, sold to Bailey Johnson, a tract of 12 acres of land on the Long Fork of Shelby Creek - "a quarter of a mile above Samuel Hamilton's old house - thence running down the creek ............ is listed on the Long Fork of Shelby Creek - BUT Samuel Hamilton is and he is exempted from paying county levies forever." 1835 Floyd County Tax List Samuel Hamilton is listed next to Jesse Hamilton - land in Pike County, on Shelby Creek -- but not living on it. 297, of Pike County, KY., March term 1830 we find this "On motion of William Tackett it is ordered that Samuel Hamilton is and he is exempted from paying county levies forever." Children of Samuel Hamilton and Elizabeth Harper are: i. We know from deeds that he lived next to Samuel Hamilton, Sr. Notes for Samuel Hamilton, Jr.: Samuel Jr is listed in the records of Laurel Co., KY. Thomas Hamilton, born 1800 in Hawkins, Co., Tennessee; died 1868; married (1) Nancy Hicks September 03, 1822 in Hawkins Co., TN; married (2) Jemima Hall April 16, 1839 in Floyd Co.
In 1816 both Samuel Hamilton and Peter Leadingham were given Land Grants for 50 acres each. 285 - Pike Co., KY - Samuel Hamilton, of Pike Co., KY bought land from William Johnson - a 25 acre tract on the Long Fork of Shelby Creek "about a quarter of a mile above Samuel Hamilton" 20 th April, 1839 - Deed Book B, pg. - Samuel Hamilton, of Pike - sold 32 1/2 acres to Booker Mullins - tract on Long Fork of Shelby Creek - also an additional Survey made in the name of Samuel Hamilton and Peter Leadingham. 360 - Samuel Hamilton "of County of Laurel State of KY" sold to Jarvey Hall, a tract of land on the head of Robinson Creek - "near the Cap of Mud Creek." (NOTE:) I believe this tract was that of Samuel Hamilton, Jr's. Notes for Peter Leadingham: Peter and his wife Sally were among the first settlers of Licking Station, near present Salyerville, Kentucky (now Magoffin Co., KY). 1870 in Elliott Co., KY; married John Mullins November 10, 1817 in Floyd, Co., KY; born 1798 in Virginia. Jesse Hamilton, born September 22, 1799 in Hawkins Co., TN; died September 09, 1885 in Mud Creek, Floyd Co., KY; married Pheninah (Pheny) Hall July 28, 1825 in Pike Co., KY. Samuel Hamilton, Jr., born 1800 in Hawkins, Co., Tennessee; married Jane Bryant June 08, 1828 in Pike Co., KY; born 1815. 360- Samuel Hamilton "of County of Laurel, State of KY" sold to Jarvey Hall, a tract of land on the head of Robinson Creek- "near the Cap of Mud Creek." v.
It is said that this Una Smith is a direct descendant of Captain John Smith. Jarvey married Elizabeth "Betty" Elliott, daughter of John Elliott/Mary Betty Powers.
KY Jarvey Hall, son of Syrus "Masias" Hall and Unisiah "Una" Smith. called "Jarvey" Hall came to Kentucky from Virginia around 1810, settled at the mouth of the Mink Branch on Big Mud Creek.
The Halls' and their kindred had carried on the church for over 100 years. He is buried near Carter Caves, as are several of the kindred, buried there. op=GET&db=hagerj&id=I142863 Marriages of Richard and his children taken from marriage records. East Kentucky Connections (Ken Burke) 1850 Federal Census of Pike County, Kentucky Richard Hall 42 VA Sarah (Tackett) Hall 37 KY Wm Hall 17 KY Marybu Hall 13 KY Pernetta Hall 11 KY Lousina Hall 9 Ky Maylen Hall 7 KY Lavina Hall 5 KY Willburn Hall 1 KY 192.
Samuel Hamilton was living in that part of Floyd Co.
I'm a nice,honest, sincere, very romantic, athletic, intelligent guy.
I'm really looking for that special guy who gives me butterflies just by walking into the room Ideally a LTR, but until...
Owen and his family lived on Big Mud Creek in Floyd County, KY, owning 200 acres in 1854; they moved to Pike County by 1860, buying 100 acres of land on the Long Fork of Shelby Creek (Kentucky Land Warrants).
There are two females living in his home with 1 bet. On the 1870 census Owen's real estate was valued at 00. Census, Index, for Pike County, KY, 1880, lists Owen Hall, aged 57.