Descendants of Thomas Bastin

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  THOMAS1 BASTIN was born Abt. 1745 in Pittsylvania Co, VA, and died January 1817 in Caswell Co NC.  He married HANNAH BROCKMAN 1770 in VA, daughter of WILLIAM BROCKMAN and ELIZABETH MASON.  She was born Abt. 1749 in Orange CO VA, and died October 1834 in Caswell Co NC.

 

Notes for THOMAS BASTIN:

Thomas Bastin, born Abt. 1745 in VA, possibly near Danville,

Pittsylvania Co25; died Jan 1817 in Caswell Co, NC26. He married 97. Hannah

Thomas Bastin Sr and his wife Hannah BROCKMAN Bastin. They lived in Caswell County, NC from the 1770's until their deaths. Hannah Bastin was probably born in, or around, Albemarle, or Orange County, VA. Thomas is believed to have been born in Pittsylvania Co, VA by some researchers, but there is some evidence that points to Albemarle County as well as to possible earlier ancestors in Essex County, VA.

Thomas was born ABT 1745 and died intestate in Jan 1817. Hannah was born ABT 1749 and died in October 1834, 17 years after Thomas.

 

Thomas Bastin was associated with both the Lick Fork & Country Line

Primitive Baptist Churches, both of which were closely tied with the

Primitive Baptist Churches a few miles away in Pittsylvania Co VA.  No

marriages were officially recorded by the state of Virginia for Baptists

until long after the presumed and estimated 1770 marriage date for Thomas

Bastin and Hannah Brockman.  The Baptist religion was a radical and new

religion in Virginia at that time, and recognition did not occur until

later.

 

 

Thomas and Hannah Bastin owned a farm in the far NW corner of Caswell County, NC, northwest of modern-day Pelham, NC. (On the map, this is just north of the mileage indicator of 22 in far NW Caswell County.) Thomas first bought land on Wolf Island Creek in 1769, and subsequently purchased more land, on Little Wolf Island Creek, over time. This area is located just a few miles over the state line SW from Danville, VA. Little Wolf Island Creek flowed through the farm, dividing it, according to the deed description. John Brockman's farm adjoined this farm. The farm may also have included land in Rockingham County, since the county line between Rockingham and Caswell County runs just West of Little Wolf Island Creek. This 1834 map shows Wolf Id. C. (Wolf Island Creek), and shows that Thomas' farm was somewhat remote, but still was not far from the main road from Danville, VA to Wentworth, Rockingham Co, NC.

 

 

 

The BASTIAN surname in the US is comprised of

descendants of the BASTIAN family of Pennsylvania,

and subsequently, of NC. They were German.

The BASTIN family in the US is believed to be English,

first arriving in Virginia around 1675, with

later generations migrating to Caswell County, NC, and

subsequently, to KY. From there, migration to

IN, OH, MO, and TN occurred in the mid to late

1800's.

 

Candidates for Thomas Bastin's father include Charles Bastin, and,

possibly, Nicholas Bastin/Eastin.  Charles shows up in the earliest

Caswell Co, NC census records;  Nicholas shows up in the early Albemarle

Co, VA records.  Thomas is also possibly descended from William

Bastin/Bastyn, mentioned in Essex Co, VA records from before 1700 until

about 1744.

actress Tallulah Brockman Bankhead is descended from this same John

Brockman. Details are on the BASTIN Family Website database.)

 

 possibilities for Thomas Bastin's birthplace are Albemarle, Orange,

and Essex Counties, VA, although most researchers claim Pittsylvania Co as

most likely being his birthplace.

 

 

Notes for HANNAH BROCKMAN:

Hannah Brockman, born Abt. 1749 in VA (Albemarle Co?, Orange Co?)28;

died Oct 1834 in Caswell Co, NC29. She was the daughter of 194. William

Brockman and 195. Elizabeth 'Betty' Mason.

 

       

Children of THOMAS BASTIN and HANNAH BROCKMAN are:

2.                i.    JOHN B.2 BASTIN, b. 1775, Caswell Co NC; d. 1857, Monroe Co IN.

                  ii.    SARAH BASTIN, b. 1771, Pittsylvania Co. VA or Caswell Co; m. BROCKMAN NICHOLS.

3.              iii.    WILLIAM B BASTIN, b. 1773, VA; d. Bef. November 18, 1818, Casey Co. ky.

                 iv.    MILLY BASTIN, b. 1777; d. 1850, Monroe IN; m. (1) WILLIAM ABLES; b. French Lick, Orange Co IN; d. 1799, Monroe Co; m. (2) JAMES ROBERTSON; b. 1770; d. 1840, Barren Co Ky.

 

Notes for MILLY BASTIN:

born 1777 in Pittsylvania Co, VA ( or 1775); of Barren Co, KY (1840); perhaps of Orange Co, IN (1850)?47; died in Settled in Monroe Co, IN48; married (1) William Ables; born in of French Lick Twp, Orange Co, IN (1850)?; died Abt. 1799 in Caswell Co, NC49; married (2) James Robertson; born Bet. 1770 - 1780 in (of age 60 and under 70 on 1840 US Census, Barren Co, KY); died Aft. 1840 in (was on 1840 Census for Barren Co, KY next to Thomas Bastin Jr).

 

                  v.    ANNA AMY BASTIN, b. 1779, Caswell Co NC; d. 1818; m. THOMAS LANGWELL; b. May 10, 1776, Dorcester Co, MD; d. 1839.

 

Notes for ANNA AMY BASTIN:

born 1779 in Caswell Co, NC (or 1777), of Pulaski Co, KY (1818)49; died Abt. 184250; married Thomas Langwell; born 10 May 1777 in (or May 4, 1776) Dorchester Co, MD, of Rockingham Co, NC, and Pulaski Co, KY; died Abt. 1839.

 

 

 

4.              vi.    THOMAS JR BASTIN, b. February 06, 1783, Caswell Co NC; d. 1858, Green Co Ky (now Metcalfe Co).

                vii.    ELIZABETH BASTIN, b. 1781; m. JOHN POWELL..

5.            viii.    TEMPERANCE TEMPY BASTIN, b. 1785, Caswell Co NC; d. Pulaski Co Ky.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  JOHN B.2 BASTIN (THOMAS1) was born 1775 in Caswell Co NC, and died 1857 in Monroe Co IN.  He married PRISCILLA? BALDWIN? Abt. 1800.  She was born 1768, and died July 05, 1837 in Barren Co Ky Or Adair Co, KY Now Metcalfe.

 

Notes for JOHN B. BASTIN:

John Bastin was a brother to both Thomas Bastin, Jr. and William Bastin. He is believed to have accompanied Thomas Bastin, Jr in the move from Caswell County to east Barren County, based on stories handed down in the family of Thomas Bastin, Jr.

John's first wife has not been identified, but is thought to have been Pricilla Baldwin, or, possibly, Henrietta Ford. John is also believed to have moved to Pulaski County, KY somewhat earlier than 1830, but to have gone back to Caswell County to assist Thomas Bastin, Jr. and his family in their joint 1830 move westward to east Barren County, KY.

John first wife died, and John re-married. He married his second wife, Margaret Keath, in Edmonson County, KY on 05 July 1837. (The marriage bond lists no witnesses; only a clerk.) Margaret was forty years younger than John, and John raised a second family with her. In 1840, John and Thomas Bastin Jr both appear on the US Census for east Barren County, KY. (They had arrived there in December 1830, just missing the 1830 Census for that area!) The 1840 Census is the only census in that area on which John appears, for he moved north to Indiana in the early 1840's.

Family stories handed down through the family of Thomas Bastin, Jr. claim that the brother who assisted Thomas Bastin, Jr. in the trek over the mountains moved North to Indiana, or Illinois. This seems to fit, for John and his wife Margaret subsequently appear on US Census records in Monroe County, Indiana after their move northward in the early 1840's.

Incidentally, Edmonson County, which is where the marriage record of John's marriage to Margaret Keath is recorded, is the county in the NW quadrant of the previous map, and is the county in which most of Mammoth Cave is located.

In further confirmation that the John in Monroe County, IN is the same John Bastin, additional clues exist. John's young wife was born in Kentucky, and he was born in North Carolina. The John in Monroe County, IN was born in NC, and his (much) younger wife was born in KY, fitting the known birth locations. Also, John had a son named Hiram H. Bastin. Hiram evidently moved from Adair County, KY (the western portion of which is now part of Metcalfe County, KY) to Indiana somewhat later than when his father, John, moved. John's grandson, John E. Bastin, a son of Hiram H. Bastin, was born in Adair County, KY in 1839 from National Archive records. (John E. Bastin served in the Federal Army from Indiana, married a Cirgin in Morgan County, IN in 1866, and died in 1892.) Since the area where the BASTIN Family settled in KY in 1830 was around the tri-county border of then Barren, Green, and Adair counties, from which Metcalfe County, KY was formed in 1860, and this is the same location where John and Margaret Bastin -- and Hiram Bastin and his family -- all lived, in close proximity to the families of Thomas Bastin, Jr. and his children, and their descendants, all the pieces fall in place. From these clues, it is obvious that this must be the same John Bastin as the son of Thomas and Hannah Brockman Bastin!

       

Children of JOHN BASTIN and PRISCILLA? BALDWIN? are:

6.                i.    THOMAS3 BASTIN, b. 1802, Caswell Co NC; d. March 13, 1855, Lincoln Co Ky.

                  ii.    HENRY BASTIN, b. 1801; m. (1) KITTY HOBBS, July 10, 1823, Caswell Co, NC; m. (2) ELEANOR BRISCOE, December 17, 1835, Monroe Co, IN; b. 1821, KY.

7.              iii.    JOHN B BASTIN, b. 1803, Caswell Co NC; d. Bet. 1840 - 1850, Pulaski Co Ky.

                 iv.    UNK BASTIN, b. Bet. 1800 - 1810.

                  v.    UNK2 BASTIN, b. Bet. 1800 - 1810.

                 vi.    FRANCE C BASTIN, b. Bet. 1808 - 1809; m. WILLIAM LANGWELL, September 05, 1827, Pulaski Co; d. 1860, St. Louis, MO..

                vii.    WILLIAM RILEY BASTIN, b. December 15, 1812; d. August 15, 1899, Buncombe, Pulaski Co; m. POLLY JANE BLACK, December 19, 1836, Pulaski Co.

               viii.    EDWARD BASTIN, b. 1813; m. SUSANNAH NEWELL, April 02, 1827, Pulaski Co, Ky.

                  ix.    BARLETT BARTON BASTIN, b. 1814, Caswell Co, NC; m. MARY 'POLLY' GASKINS, September 01, 1840, Monroe Co, In.

                   x.    HIRAM H. BASTIN, b. 1815; d. June 1872, Morgan Co, IN; m. MARY ANN LOVEALL, August 07, 1837, Pulaski Co; b. July 12, 1822, Somerset, Pulaski Co,; d. July 25, 1891, Morgan Co, IN..

 

 

3.  WILLIAM B2 BASTIN (THOMAS1) was born 1773 in VA, and died Bef. November 18, 1818 in Casey Co. ky.  He married DEBORAH COOK 1794 in Caswell Co NC.  She was born 1775 in Pittsylvania Co Va, and died 1865 in Lincoln Co Ky.

 

Notes for WILLIAM B BASTIN:

born 1773 in Pittsylvania Co, VA or Caswell Co, NC45; died Bef. 18 Nov 1818 in Casey Co, KY45; married Deborah Cook 1794 in Caswell Co, NC45; born Abt. 1775 in Pittsylvania Co, VA (or PA?); died 1865 in Lincoln Co, KY (at age 90)

 

William and his wife, Deborah Cook Bastin, migrated from Caswell County to Pulaski County, KY. It was here that William died at about age 40 as the result of an accident as he was clearing land. A tree fell on him and he was killed. This happened before the estate of his father, Thomas Bastin (Sr.) was settled. Thomas died in Jan 1817, so William evidently died in 1817. To the best of my knowledge, no one since about 1900 has known where William's grave is located. The accident was probably NW of modern day Somerset, KY, about midway between Somerset and Caseyville. The exact location is unknown, but I believe it to have been in the general area near Eubank, KY. The following map from 1834 shows this area of Kentucky.

       

Children of WILLIAM BASTIN and DEBORAH COOK are:

                   i.    STEPHEN3 BASTIN, b. 1795; m. BETTY ???..

8.               ii.    JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY' BASTIN, b. 1797.

9.              iii.    BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN' BASTIN, b. August 20, 1798; d. April 16, 1874, Putnam Co, IN,.

10.            iv.    TABITHA BASTIN, b. March 22, 1799, Caswell Co NC; d. July 26, 1864, Highland Ky.

                  v.    EDMUND BASTIN, b. 1801; m. ELIZABETH BROCK, April 1831, Lived in Lincoln Co, KY,.

11.            vi.    ANNA BASTIN, b. 1805, Caswell County, North Carolina; d. 1852, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

                vii.    MARY B. BASTIN, b. 1807; d. 1837, Pulaski Co, KY; m. REV. CLINTON KELLY, August 15, 1827, Pulaski Co, KY; b. June 15, 1808, Clifty Creek, Pulaski; d. June 19, 1875, Portland, Oregon.

12.          viii.    WILLIAM C. 'BILLY' BASTIN, b. December 04, 1809.

                  ix.    THOMAS BASTIN, b. 1810, Pulaski Co, KY; d. 1865, Hickman Co, TN; m. NANCY JOHNSON, 1835.

                   x.    WILLIAM AZARIAH BASTIN, b. March 15, 1813; m. ELIZABETH INYARD, 1839, Lincoln Co, KY; b. May 15, 1815.

 

 

4.  THOMAS JR2 BASTIN (THOMAS1) was born February 06, 1783 in Caswell Co NC, and died 1858 in Green Co Ky (now Metcalfe Co).  He married MARY W NANCY ATWELL.  She was born November 1780, and died January 26, 1852 in Green Co Ky (now Metcalfe Co).

 

Notes for THOMAS JR BASTIN:

born 06 Feb 1783 in Caswell Co, NC; died 1858 in Green Co, KY (now Metcalfe Co, KY); married Mary W. 'Nancy' Atwell; born 17 Nov 1780 in MD53; died 26 Jan 1852 in Green Co, KY (now Metcalfe Co, KY).

 

Thomas Bastin, Jr., a son of Thomas and Hannah Bastin, and a brother to the William who died in Pulaski County, KY, migrated to Kentucky from Caswell County with his wife, Mary W. (Atwell) Bastin, along with their young children, and with their older married children and their families. They are listed in east Barren County for the 1840 US Census, living very close to the tri-county boundary of Barren, Green, and Adair County, KY. The date that this migration from NC to KY took place is about 1830, with their arrival in Kentucky traditionally given as 24 Dec 1830. The eastern part of Barren County became Metcalfe County in 1860, as did part of western Adair County, as the result of a dispute over where a railroad would be built. Thomas Bastin, Jr. died in 1858, and is buried in Metcalfe County, KY at a well-kept cemetary on the Metcalfe and Green county line border.

 

Notes for MARY W NANCY ATWELL:

Mary W. (Atwell) Bastin (17 Nov 1780 - 26 Jan 1852)

Mary W. Atwell was born 17 Nov 1780 in Maryland, and evidently migrated with her family to Caswell County, NC. She married Thomas Bastin, Jr. there, and they migrated, along with their children (and their families) to (then) east Barren County, KY in about 1830. Mary died 26 Jan 1852, and was buried at a cemetary on what is now the Metcalfe and Green County line. (Metcalfe County was formed from parts of E Barren, W Adair, and SW Green counties in 1860.) When her husband, Thomas Jr. died, he was buried beside her, in the same cemetary.

 

       

Child of THOMAS BASTIN and MARY ATWELL is:

13.              i.    THOMAS3 BASTIN, b. April 07, 1818, Caswell County, NC; d. May 22, 1889, Metcalfe County, KY,.

 

 

5.  TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN (THOMAS1) was born 1785 in Caswell Co NC, and died in Pulaski Co Ky.  She married (1) JOHN NEWELL 1818 in Pulaski Co, son of LANDON NEWELL and MARY ?.  He was born 1780, and died Bef. 1839.  She married (2) JAMES COLLINS 1832. 

 

Notes for JOHN NEWELL:

, born 1785 in Caswell Co, NC; of Pulaski Co, KY in 181854; married John M. Newell in Pulaski Co, KY; born Abt. 178055; died Bef. 18 Feb 183155.

       

Child of TEMPERANCE BASTIN and JOHN NEWELL is:

14.              i.    NANCY3 NEWELL, b. 1819, Pulaski Co Ky; d. July 18, 1888, Highland.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

6.  THOMAS3 BASTIN (JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born 1802 in Caswell Co NC, and died March 13, 1855 in Lincoln Co Ky.  He married JUDITH "JUDE" HODGE December 15, 1823 in Caswell Co NC, daughter of DAVID HODGE.  She was born 1801 in Caswell Co NC, and died 1883 in Lincoln Co Ky.

       

Children of THOMAS BASTIN and JUDITH HODGE are:

15.              i.    SAMUEL SMITH4 BASTIN, b. January 06, 1834, Lincoln Co Ky; d. July 01, 1924.

                  ii.    NANCY CATHERINE BASTIN, b. 1824, Lincoln Co Ky; d. Bef. 1828; m. BENJAMIN G. WALLS; b. January 28, 1844, Casey Co,; d. February 17, 1865, Jefferson Co, KY.

 

Notes for BENJAMIN G. WALLS:

Nancy Catherine born 1824 wed Benjamin G. Walls 1-28-1844 Casey Co. Ky.

    They are in 1850 Lincoln Co. Ky---her husband Benjamin G. Walls died

2-17-1865 in Jefferson Co. Ky of smallpox while serving in the Civil War. In

1870 ---3 of her children are living in house with their Grandmother Judith

died 17 Feb 1865 in Jefferson Co, KY of smallpox while serving in Civil War.

 

                 iii.    ??? BASTIN, b. 1825.

                 iv.    ?? BASTIN, b. 1828.

                  v.    JOSEPH W. BASTIN, b. 1829, Lincoln Co Ky; m. LUANZA NIX; b. January 01, 1852, Lincoln Co, KY.

                 vi.    ? BASTIN, b. 1830.

                vii.    PEYTON OWEN BASTIN, b. 1832, Lincoln Co Ky.

               viii.    FRANCES JANE BASTIN, b. 1833, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1863, Ky; m. SINGLETON LEE YOUNG, December 11, 1851, Lincoln Co, KY; b. May 12, 1833, Highland Line in Pulsaki Co, KY; d. April 27, 1917, Pratt, KS.

 

Notes for FRANCES JANE BASTIN:

born 1833 in Lincoln Co, KY14; died Dec 1863 in KY15; married Singleton Lee Young 11 Dec 1851 in Lincoln Co, KY (license dtd. 9 Dec 1851)16; born 12 May 1833 in Highland Line in Pulsaki Co, KY; of Macoupine Co, IL from 1864-187917; died 27 Apr 1917 in Pratt, KS; (was of Gage Co, NE 1879; Andrew Co, MO 1880-1881; of KS after 1881)18.

 

Frances Jane born 1833 wed Singleton Young12-9-1851 Lincoln Co. Ky.

Singleton    Young was son of Godfrey Young and Tabitha Bastin. Singleton Ypoung is

in 1860

      Lincoln Co. Ky. but from the old letters we learn that by 1867

Singleton Young has      moved to Illinois and has a 2nd wife.

 

 

                  ix.    WILLIAM RILEY BASTIN, b. 1835, Lincoln Co Ky; m. LULA PATT, May 14, 1890.

                   x.    THOMAS F. BASTIN, b. 1838, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1858; m. SUSANNAH BASTIN, January 21, 1858, Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for THOMAS F. BASTIN:

born 1838 in Lincoln Co, KY21; died Bet. 1858 - 1859 in died with breast complaint abt 1 year aft marrying ; 3rd cousin to Susannah; married Susannah A. Bastin 21 Jan 1858 in Lincoln Co, KY22; born 15 Dec 1834 in (living in household with father William C. Bastin on 1860 US Census)23; died 27 Aug 1861 in (or 27 Dec 1861 according to Quincy Bastin)23.

 

Thomas F. born 1838 wed Susanna Bastin 1-21-1858 Lincoln Co.

Ky.--Susanna      was daughter of William C. Bastin. From the old letters we learn that

Thomas F.      died about 1 year after his marriage with the breast complaint, and

that they had       one child a daughter named Mary.  Susannah and daughter were living

in house      with her Father William C. Bastin in 1860 Lincoln Co. Ky. The old

letter stated that       Susanna  and her husband were 3rd cousins.----Therefore William and

John were        Brothers----then William C. and Thomas who wed Judith were 1st

cousins and        Thomas who wed susanna were 3rd cousins.

 

 

                  xi.    MADISON BASTIN, b. 1842, Lincoln Co Ky; m. (1) MARGARET YOUNG, September 27, 1860, Casey Co. Ky; b. 1845; m. (2) HARRIET CATHERINE JAMES JONES, October 21, 1865, Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for MADISON BASTIN:

born 1842 in Lincoln Co, KY; in household with A. G. Jenkins on 1860 US Census24; married (1) Margaret Young 27 Sep 1860 in Casey Co, KY25; born Abt. 1845 in (age 15 when she married against wishes of her father John Young; divorced 1 day later); married (2) Harriet Catherine James 21 Oct 1865 in Lincoln Co, KY26; born in (some believe her last name was Jones, not James).

 

Notes for MARGARET YOUNG:

Margarett was the daughter of John Young and John was against the

marriage--

        Margarett was 15 years old and a older girl went in in her place to

get the license

        and they were married one day and she filed for divorcee the next

day.

        In 1860 Lincoln Co. Madison is living in house with A. G. Jenkins.On 10-21-1865

 

 

 

7.  JOHN B3 BASTIN (JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born 1803 in Caswell Co NC, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Pulaski Co Ky.  He married RASANNAH MORGAN October 28, 1832 in Pulaski Co ky.  She was born 1809 in VA, and died Abt. 1870.

       

Children of JOHN BASTIN and RASANNAH MORGAN are:

16.              i.    MARY ANN4 BASTIN, b. 1836, Va; d. 1880.

                  ii.    MARTHA JANE BASTIN, b. 1839.

 

 

8.  JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3 BASTIN (WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born 1797.  He married SARAH ANN 'SALLY' REED December 20, 1820 in Casey Co. Ky, daughter of JOHN REED. 

       

Children of JOHN BASTIN and SARAH REED are:

17.              i.    HENRY4 BASTIN.

18.             ii.    GREEN BASTIN, b. August 02, 1827; d. January 30, 1904.

 

 

9.  BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN'3 BASTIN (WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 20, 1798, and died April 16, 1874 in Putnam Co, IN,.  He married (1) SALLY REED December 20, 1820 in Casey Co,.    He married (2) NANCY MORGAN April 04, 1824 in Casey Co.  She was born September 01, 1853 in Putnam Co, IN.

 

Notes for BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN' BASTIN:

born 20 Aug 1798 in Caswell Co, NC; of KY

1817; of IN abt 1827; of Putnam Co, IN 18507; died

IN7; married (1) Sally Reed 20 Dec 1820 in Casey Co, KY8; died in (possibly

had 1 child); married (2) Nancy Morgan 04 Apr 1824 in Casey Co, KY; born

Abt. 1794 in NC (Age 61 on 1850 US Census for Jefferson Twp, Putnam Co, IN);

at died 01 Sep 1853 in Putnam Co, IN, age about 60 years; married (3)

Aurilla Edson 27 Jun 1854 in Putnam Co, IN9; born 06 Jul 1817 in NY; (Widow

of Nicholas Larkin of OH; they had 6 children)10; died 24 Jan 1889 in Putnam

Co, IN10.

 

       

Children of BENJAMIN BASTIN and SALLY REED are:

                   i.    HENRY4 BASTIN, b. September 23, 1821.

                  ii.    WILLIAM BENJAMIN BASTIN, b. April 12, 1823.

                 iii.    DEBORAH BASTIN, b. July 02, 1825.

                 iv.    BENJAMIN BARTON BASTIN, b. November 09, 1829.

19.             v.    EDMOND BASTIN, b. July 14, 1832.

                 vi.    JAMES BASTIN, b. April 09, 1833.

                vii.    GODFREY BASTIN, b. 1837.

 

 

10.  TABITHA3 BASTIN (WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born March 22, 1799 in Caswell Co NC, and died July 26, 1864 in Highland Ky.  She married GODFREY YOUNG May 26, 1817, son of MICHAEL YOUNG and MARGARET ALDRIDGE.  He was born September 03, 1794 in NC, and died January 21, 1854 in Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for TABITHA BASTIN:

died 26 Jul 1864

in Highland, Lincoln Co, KY after contracting a fever while serving as a

nurse to Civil War Soldiers12

Tabitha Bastin, born 22 Mar 1799 in Caswell Co, NC11; died 26 Jul 1864

in Highland, Lincoln Co, KY after contracting a fever while serving as a

nurse to Civil War Soldiers. married Godfrey Young 26 May 1817; born 03

Sep 1794 in Withe Co, VA (now WV); of Lincoln Co, KY; died 21 Jan 1854 in

Lincoln Co,

 

       

Children of TABITHA BASTIN and GODFREY YOUNG are:

20.              i.    HENDERSON PARKER4 YOUNG, b. February 15, 1826, Mt Zion Ky; d. October 25, 1904, Highland, Kentucky.

                  ii.    NELSON HARRISON YOUNG, b. October 28, 1840.

21.            iii.    WILLIAM S. YOUNG, b. June 03, 1820; d. February 02, 1893, Rago, Kansas.

                 iv.    SINGLETON LEE YOUNG, b. May 12, 1833, Highland Line in Pulsaki Co, KY; d. April 27, 1917, Pratt, KS; m. FRANCES JANE BASTIN, December 11, 1851, Lincoln Co, KY; b. 1833, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1863, Ky.

 

Notes for FRANCES JANE BASTIN:

born 1833 in Lincoln Co, KY14; died Dec 1863 in KY15; married Singleton Lee Young 11 Dec 1851 in Lincoln Co, KY (license dtd. 9 Dec 1851)16; born 12 May 1833 in Highland Line in Pulsaki Co, KY; of Macoupine Co, IL from 1864-187917; died 27 Apr 1917 in Pratt, KS; (was of Gage Co, NE 1879; Andrew Co, MO 1880-1881; of KS after 1881)18.

 

Frances Jane born 1833 wed Singleton Young12-9-1851 Lincoln Co. Ky.

Singleton    Young was son of Godfrey Young and Tabitha Bastin. Singleton Ypoung is

in 1860

      Lincoln Co. Ky. but from the old letters we learn that by 1867

Singleton Young has      moved to Illinois and has a 2nd wife.

 

 

                  v.    ELIZA JANE YOUNG, b. July 02, 1842.

22.            vi.    JOHN YOUNG, b. August 22, 1818.

                vii.    BENJAMIN BASTIN YOUNG, b. March 26, 1835; m. CLARISSA BAUGH, May 21, 1853, Pulaski County, Kentucky; b. December 29, 1835, Pulaski County, Kentucky; d. April 21, 1920.

               viii.    MARGARET ANN YOUNG, b. January 28, 1828.

 

 

11.  ANNA3 BASTIN (WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born 1805 in Caswell County, North Carolina, and died 1852 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  She married JOHN HENRY REED Abt. 1822 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.  He was born Abt. 1799 in in North Carolina.

       

Children of ANNA BASTIN and JOHN REED are:

23.              i.    JOHN G.4 REED, b. August 15, 1833, Kentucky; d. February 26, 1913, Kentucky.

                  ii.    POLLY REED, b. Abt. 1828.

                 iii.    SAMUEL REED, b. Abt. 1837.

                 iv.    TABITHA REED, b. March 29, 1849.

                  v.    DEBY JANE REED, b. Abt. 1841.

24.            vi.    RHODA ANN REED, b. January 12, 1844; d. January 28, 1928, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

                vii.    JOSEPH G. REED, b. Abt. 1847.

25.          viii.    LUCY HUFF REED, b. April 10, 1832; d. March 18, 1910.

26.             ix.    DAVID REED, b. Abt. 1855.

 

 

12.  WILLIAM C. 'BILLY'3 BASTIN (WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born December 04, 1809.  He married (2) SARAH A. 'SALLIE' DICKERSON November 03, 1832 in Lincoln Co, KY.  She was born January 02, 1815 in Adair Co, KY, and died September 01, 1878 in Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for WILLIAM C. 'BILLY' BASTIN:

William C. 'Billy' Bastin, born 04 Dec 1809 in in NC; in VA (by 1850 Census); Pulaski Co, KY ; died

19 Jul 1883 in Highland, Lincoln Co, KY (or 22 July 1883 ); married Sarah A. 'Sallie' Dickerson 03 Nov 1832 in Lincoln Co, KY

(or 3 May 1832 )19; born 02 Jan 1815 in Adair Co, KY; died

01 Sep 1878 in Lincoln Co, KY.

 

       

Child of WILLIAM BASTIN and SARAH DICKERSON is:

                   i.    SUSANNAH4 BASTIN, m. THOMAS F. BASTIN, January 21, 1858, Lincoln Co; b. 1838, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1858.

 

Notes for THOMAS F. BASTIN:

born 1838 in Lincoln Co, KY21; died Bet. 1858 - 1859 in died with breast complaint abt 1 year aft marrying ; 3rd cousin to Susannah; married Susannah A. Bastin 21 Jan 1858 in Lincoln Co, KY22; born 15 Dec 1834 in (living in household with father William C. Bastin on 1860 US Census)23; died 27 Aug 1861 in (or 27 Dec 1861 according to Quincy Bastin)23.

 

Thomas F. born 1838 wed Susanna Bastin 1-21-1858 Lincoln Co.

Ky.--Susanna      was daughter of William C. Bastin. From the old letters we learn that

Thomas F.      died about 1 year after his marriage with the breast complaint, and

that they had       one child a daughter named Mary.  Susannah and daughter were living

in house      with her Father William C. Bastin in 1860 Lincoln Co. Ky. The old

letter stated that       Susanna  and her husband were 3rd cousins.----Therefore William and

John were        Brothers----then William C. and Thomas who wed Judith were 1st

cousins and        Thomas who wed susanna were 3rd cousins.

 

 

 

13.  THOMAS3 BASTIN (THOMAS JR2, THOMAS1) was born April 07, 1818 in Caswell County, NC, and died May 22, 1889 in Metcalfe County, KY,.  He married LOUANNA SHOFNER. 

 

Notes for THOMAS BASTIN:

Thomas 'Tommie' Bastin, III (07 Apr 1818 - 22 May 1889)

Thomas 'Tommie' Bastin (son of Thomas Bastin, Jr. and Mary W. (ATWELL) Bastin, grandson of Thomas and Hannah Bastin of Caswell County, NC) was born 07 Apr 1818 in Caswell County, NC. At about the age of 12, he and his parents migrated from Caswell County, NC to (then) eastern Barren County, KY. He married Louanna Shofner . The portion of Barren County where they lived was carved off to form Metcalfe County in 1860. Tommie died there, in Metcalfe County, KY, on 22 May 1889. he lost his left arm in September 1864. Tommie

Bastin lost an arm during The War Between the States on the

day Atlanta fell, while in combat just south of Atlanta.  His arm was said

to have been shot off by a canon shell

Tommie Bastin's son, William M. Bastin, also served in the Federal Army, and was injured during the War. Details are only now being found on his war records, and more information should be available from the National Archives soon. William M. Bastin also lived in Metcalfe County, KY. William's son, James Thomas 'Tom' Bastin moved to near Seymour, KY in Hart County, KY, where he ran a grain-mill that ground corn into corn meal and wheat into flour. His son, James Cordis Bastin, who married Ilene Dawson Waddell, also worked in the mill and lived at Seymour, KY when his children were born, including my father, James Glen Bastin.

 

 

       

Child of THOMAS BASTIN and LOUANNA SHOFNER is:

27.              i.    WILLIAM M4 BASTIN.

 

 

14.  NANCY3 NEWELL (TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1819 in Pulaski Co Ky, and died July 18, 1888 in Highland.  She married ISAAC BAUGH June 24, 1839 in Pulaski Co ky, son of ADAM BAUGH and JENNY YOUNG.  He was born April 19, 1819 in Pulaski Co Ky, and died April 19, 1912.

       

Children of NANCY NEWELL and ISAAC BAUGH are:

                   i.    JOE L.4 BAUGH, b. 1843.

                  ii.    MINERVA BAUGH, b. 1850.

28.            iii.    SAMIRA BAUGH, b. August 19, 1852, Lincoln Co Ky; d. November 05, 1939, Highland.

29.            iv.    TEMPA JANE BAUGH, b. October 1845, Lincoln Co; d. October 1918, Lincoln Co buried in Highland Methodist Cem.

30.             v.    ELIZABETH ANN BAUGH, b. February 23, 1841, Lincoln Co; d. November 08, 1899.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

15.  SAMUEL SMITH4 BASTIN (THOMAS3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born January 06, 1834 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died July 01, 1924.  He married MARY "POLLY" SMITH March 27, 1856 in Lincoln Co , Ky, daughter of MONROE SMITH and ELIZABETH ROUTIN.  She was born May 26, 1842, and died March 26, 1894 in Lincoln Co Ky.

 

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH BASTIN:

Mary 'Polly ' Smith 27 Mar 1856 in Lincoln Co, KY by Judge Naipers (lic. dtd. 24 Mar 1856); married (2) Samantha Pruitt 07 Mar 1895 in Rockcastle Co, KY (by Elder Stephen Colier); married (3) Martha Ann Chesnut Abt. 1899.

       

Children of SAMUEL BASTIN and MARY SMITH are:

31.              i.    JOSEPH5 BASTIN, b. December 11, 1869; d. June 09, 1944.

                  ii.    MARY B. BASTIN, b. 1865.

                 iii.    JAMES MONROE BASTIN, b. February 01, 1867.

                 iv.    OLIVER BASTIN, b. 1873.

                  v.    CORA A. BASTIN, b. April 26, 1875.

                 vi.    JOHN M. BASTIN, b. 1881.

32.           vii.    KENLEY BASTIN, b. September 26, 1878.

 

 

16.  MARY ANN4 BASTIN (JOHN B3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born 1836 in Va, and died 1880.  She married ISAAC COOPER March 18, 1860 in Pulaski Co.  He was born 1843 in Pulaski Co Ky.

       

Children of MARY BASTIN and ISAAC COOPER are:

                   i.    MARTHA F5 COOPER, b. 1861.

                  ii.    LAURETTA COOPER, b. 1863.

33.            iii.    JOHN SHERMAN COOPER, b. February 16, 1866, Somerset Ky; d. July 24, 1924, Pulaski Co Ky.

                 iv.    LEVI F COOPER.

                  v.    LIVONIA COOPER.

                 vi.    DORAH COOPER.

 

 

17.  HENRY4 BASTIN (JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1)  He married MATILDA ANN WALL. 

       

Child of HENRY BASTIN and MATILDA WALL is:

34.              i.    SOLOMON5 BASTIN.

 

 

18.  GREEN4 BASTIN (JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 02, 1827, and died January 30, 1904.  He married SUSANNAH HAMILTON March 30, 1850, daughter of MARTIN HAMILTON and SUSANNAH ROUTSAW.  She was born February 01, 1826 in Casey Co Ky, and died October 08, 1900.

       

Child of GREEN BASTIN and SUSANNAH HAMILTON is:

35.              i.    MARGARET ELIZABETH5 BASTIN, b. March 16, 1851, Casey Co Ky; d. December 18, 1867.

 

 

19.  EDMOND4 BASTIN (BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born July 14, 1832.  He married MARY ANN CARMAN. 

       

Children of EDMOND BASTIN and MARY CARMAN are:

36.              i.    ADALINE5 BASTIN, b. December 10, 1854.

                  ii.    MARY CATHERINE BASTIN, b. October 18, 1856.

                 iii.    ARTIPRILLA BASTIN, b. 1858.

                 iv.    MALISSA BELL BASTIN, b. 1860.

                  v.    ALICE BASTIN, b. 1862.

                 vi.    CEPHAS BASTIN, b. October 20, 1865.

                vii.    DAVID BASTIN, b. February 26, 1867.

               viii.    CONELIUS BASTIN, b. 1869.

                  ix.    JUDY ANN BASTIN, b. 1875.

                   x.    AMBRILLAS BASTIN, b. 1878.

 

 

20.  HENDERSON PARKER4 YOUNG (TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 15, 1826 in Mt Zion Ky, and died October 25, 1904 in Highland, Kentucky.  He married (1) SUSAN THOMPSON.  She was born January 24, 1831 in Pulaski Co Ky.  He married (2) JANE NEWELL February 08, 1858 in Mt Zion, Ky, daughter of HARDIN NEWELL and CYRENA KELLY.  She was born March 04, 1838 in Mount Zion Ky, and died January 07, 1882 in Highland.  He married (3) ANNIE BAUGH January 30, 1883 in Highland, Kentucky.  She was born June 11, 1845.

       

Children of HENDERSON YOUNG and SUSAN THOMPSON are:

37.              i.    MARY ANN5 YOUNG, b. November 28, 1848.

                  ii.    WILLIAM H.YOUNG, b. September 14, 1850.

                 iii.    MARGARET E. YOUNG, b. September 13, 1852.

                 iv.    JOHN NELSON YOUNG, b. June 22, 1853.

                  v.    MELISSA JANE YOUNG, b. July 07, 1855.

 

       

Children of HENDERSON YOUNG and JANE NEWELL are:

38.            vi.    CYRUS MARION5 YOUNG, b. February 17, 1859, Highland, Kentucky; d. April 20, 1944, Highland, Kentucky.

                vii.    SERENA SUSAN YOUNG, b. October 31, 1860.

               viii.    EVERETT YOUNG, b. March 31, 1866.

                  ix.    HARDIN SINGLETON YOUNG, b. March 29, 1871.

                   x.    MATILDA JANE YOUNG, b. August 15, 1875.

                  xi.    SAMUEL MCKENDREE YOUNG, b. February 23, 1879.

39.            xii.    SYRENA YOUNG, b. March 13, 1873; d. May 16, 1941.

 

       

Children of HENDERSON YOUNG and ANNIE BAUGH are:

                xiii.    WALTER5 YOUNG, b. July 05, 1884.

                xiv.    ARTHUR B. YOUNG, b. July 29, 1886.

 

 

21.  WILLIAM S.4 YOUNG (TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 03, 1820, and died February 02, 1893 in Rago, Kansas.  He married ELIZA JANE BRYANT.  She was born November 04, 1826 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.

       

Children of WILLIAM YOUNG and ELIZA BRYANT are:

40.              i.    GEORGE WASHINGTON5 YOUNG, b. June 14, 1853, Lincoln Co Ky; d. June 20, 1932, Highland Ky.

                  ii.    JAMES S. YOUNG, b. September 08, 1842.

                 iii.    SARAH ANN YOUNG, b. September 12, 1844.

                 iv.    MARY JANE YOUNG, b. March 07, 1846.

                  v.    TABITHA YOUNG, b. September 06, 1847.

                 vi.    JOHN WESLEY YOUNG, b. May 24, 1849.

                vii.    GODFREY YOUNG, b. May 24, 1851.

               viii.    WILLIAM HUFFMAN YOUNG, b. March 14, 1856.

                  ix.    JULIA ANN YOUNG, b. June 08, 1859.

                   x.    HENDERSON YOUNG, b. June 14, 1853.

 

 

22.  JOHN4 YOUNG (TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 22, 1818.  He married (1) MARY 'POLLY' BRYANT.  She was born February 29, 1820.  He married (2) MARY 'POLLY' BRYANT. 

       

Child of JOHN YOUNG and MARY BRYANT is:

41.              i.    MARGARET ELIZABETH5 YOUNG, b. June 26, 1845, Lincoln County, Kentucky; d. October 28, 1923, Lincoln County KY.

 

       

Children of JOHN YOUNG and MARY BRYANT are:

42.             ii.    SERENA5 YOUNG, b. 1855, Ky; d. July 03, 1881, Madison County,Kentucky.

                 iii.    MARTHA ELLEN YOUNG, b. May 26, 1855.

                 iv.    SARAH J. YOUNG, b. September 12, 1844.

                  v.    ELIZA YOUNG, b. June 27, 1850.

                 vi.    AMANDA BELLE YOUNG, b. November 1858.

 

 

23.  JOHN G.4 REED (ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 15, 1833 in Kentucky, and died February 26, 1913 in Kentucky.  He married ELIZABETH A. HAYS November 19, 1854 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  She was born Abt. 1840.

       

Children of JOHN REED and ELIZABETH HAYS are:

43.              i.    MARTIN H.5 REED, b. May 09, 1861.

                  ii.    ELENDER A. REED, b. Abt. 1863.

                 iii.    JOSEPH L. REED, b. Abt. 1871.

                 iv.    MARY M. REED, b. January 09, 1872.

                  v.    MAGDALENA REED, b. Abt. 1872.

 

 

24.  RHODA ANN4 REED (ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born January 12, 1844, and died January 28, 1928 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  She married JOHN H. BUTT December 13, 1860 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  He was born August 10, 1841.

       

Children of RHODA REED and JOHN BUTT are:

                   i.    LENA M.5 BUTT, b. August 27, 1874.

                  ii.    LUCY J. BUTT, b. September 11, 1861.

                 iii.    JOHN W. BUTT, b. Abt. 1865.

                 iv.    CYNTHIA BELLE BUTT, b. October 14, 1870.

44.             v.    NEWLAND E. BUTT, b. October 09, 1880.

                 vi.    UNA AUSBIN BUTT.

                vii.    THOMAS NAPIER BUTT, b. June 07, 1869.

 

 

25.  LUCY HUFF4 REED (ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born April 10, 1832, and died March 18, 1910.  She married SILAS BAUGH.  He was born April 12, 1827.

       

Children of LUCY REED and SILAS BAUGH are:

45.              i.    MARY ELLEN5 BAUGH, b. Abt. 1852; d. July 26, 1931.

                  ii.    CLARISSA JANE BAUGH, b. Abt. 1856.

                 iii.    ELBERT GREG BAUGH, b. September 08, 1867.

 

 

26.  DAVID4 REED (ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1855.  He married CANZDY HUTCHISON September 07, 1875 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM HUTCHINSON and ELIZABETH PETERS.  She was born May 16, 1860 in Sunbright, Tennessee, and died January 01, 1920 in Lincoln Co. Ky...

       

Children of DAVID REED and CANZDY HUTCHISON are:

46.              i.    WILLIAM SHELBY5 REED, b. August 06, 1884; d. March 11, 1961, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

                  ii.    JAMES A. REED, b. October 08, 1886.

                 iii.    JOHN C. REED, b. April 03, 1881.

47.            iv.    ARTHUR L. REED, b. June 15, 1876, Lincoln co ky; d. December 06, 1903, Lincoln co ky.

                  v.    LOUANNA REED, b. 1878.

 

 

27.  WILLIAM M4 BASTIN (THOMAS3, THOMAS JR2, THOMAS1)  He married NANCY JANE ENNIS. 

       

Child of WILLIAM BASTIN and NANCY ENNIS is:

48.              i.    JAMES THOMAS 'TOM'5 BASTIN.

 

 

28.  SAMIRA4 BAUGH (NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born August 19, 1852 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died November 05, 1939 in Highland.  She married GEORGE WASHINGTON YOUNG September 14, 1870 in Lincoln Co, son of WILLIAM YOUNG and ELIZA BRYANT.  He was born June 14, 1853 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died June 20, 1932 in Highland Ky.

       

Children of SAMIRA BAUGH and GEORGE YOUNG are:

49.              i.    MONTE CLARENCE5 YOUNG, b. March 18, 1883, Highland Ky.

50.             ii.    JAMES ELBERT YOUNG, b. February 14, 1892.

                 iii.    ELLEN R YOUNG, b. August 11, 1877.

                 iv.    MOLLY J YOUNG, b. April 1889.

                  v.    NANNIE YOUNG, b. November 04, 1886.

51.            vi.    IDA MAY YOUNG, b. 1873, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1905, Lincoln Co Ky.

                vii.    EDDY YOUNG, b. April 1880.

52.          viii.    WILLIAM CRAIG YOUNG, b. May 05, 1879; d. March 20, 1945, Stanford KY.

 

 

29.  TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH (NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born October 1845 in Lincoln Co, and died October 1918 in Lincoln Co buried in Highland Methodist Cem.  She married (1) WILLIAM DAVID JENKINS September 13, 1860 in Isaacs Baughs home in Lincoln Co, son of ALBERT JENKINS and MARTHA ALFORD.  He was born June 1836 in Mercer Co, and died January 25, 1911 in Highland, Ky Methodist.  She married (2) DAVID WILLIAM JENKINS September 13, 1860 in Lincoln Co , Ky.  He was born 1838, and died 1913.

       

Children of TEMPA BAUGH and WILLIAM JENKINS are:

53.              i.    JOESPH G5 JENKINS, b. January 08, 1862, Lincoln County; d. March 09, 1956, buried in Lincoln Co Pleasant Point Cem  Kings Mtn.

                  ii.    JAMES JENKINS, b. 1864.

54.            iii.    SAMIRA H JENKINS, b. 1868.

                 iv.    CHARLES PARKER JENKINS, b. 1871; d. 1984, Garrard Co ky; m. MARY BAURNE, 1894, Garrard Co ky.

                  v.    JULIA A JENKINS, b. 1873.

                 vi.    HERBERT G JENKINS, b. April 22, 1878; m. (1) LOTTIE WEAVER; m. (2) SARAH LEACH, February 18, 1902, Lincoln Co.

55.           vii.    AUTHUR(UNCLE TOM) JENKINS, b. Bet. November 14, 1880 - 1881; d. May 01, 1972.

56.          viii.    MAUDI JENKINS, b. March 14, 1886, Highland  , Ky; d. October 06, 1961, Lincoln Co Ky.

                  ix.    GENIA JENKINS, b. 1878.

57.              x.    CYRUS JENKINS, b. November 1874.

 

 

30.  ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH (NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born February 23, 1841 in Lincoln Co, and died November 08, 1899.  She married WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY September 17, 1857 in Lincoln Co KY, son of EMANUEL TERRY and FANNY HOOPER.  He was born December 25, 1830 in Lousia,Co. Va, and died July 16, 1898 in Lincoln Co. Ky...

 

Notes for ELIZABETH ANN BAUGH:

One day Eliza Baugh Terry went to New Albany In. to visit her datughter Mollie E. Cummins. While waiting for a street car, in very cold weather, A day or two lather she caught pneumonia and  died. On her death bed she said don't the sun shine BRIGHT!  Then passed to her rewards. This was on Nov. 8-1899.                

 

More About ELIZABETH ANN BAUGH:

Burial: November 1899, Methodist Church Cem. Lincoln Co. Ky.

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

 

 

Notes for WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY:

Born--- Dec.25-1830                                              Died--- July-16-1898                                                                                                                                                                                                          MARRIED----Elizabeth Ann Baugh on Sept, 20,1853                                                                                        BURIED----- Methodist Church Cem.  Hightland, Kentucky                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (Cem Marker) Co. C-- 19th. Ky. Infantry                                                                                                             William H. Terry had a sister name Susie Terry, Who married Henry Reed.They had 5 Children they where David, Sarah C., Nancy, William "Bill" Manuel and Emily Reed. William H. Terry went into the 19th Union Army Co.C on 2-28-1863 at Harrodsburg, Ky. under  Capt.  J. O, Norris Inf. Co. C. Went into the Hosp. in Memphis Tenn. on June 1,1863 and was moved to St.  Louis Mo. In July1865.William muster out the Union Army  at Lousville, Ky.  Jan. 20,1865. Elizabeth Ann. Terry (wife) recieved $8.00 mo. Army

 

More About WILLIAM H. TERRY:

Burial: July 1898, Methodist Church Cem. Lincoln Co. Ky.

 

       

Children of ELIZABETH BAUGH and WILLIAM TERRY are:

58.              i.    CHARLES CALVIN5 TERRY, b. November 24, 1866, Lincoln co ky; d. 1942, Lincoln Co. Ky.

59.             ii.    SARAH ELIZABETH TERRY, b. September 22, 1864, Lincoln Co Ky; d. February 01, 1953, Lincoln Co Ky.

60.            iii.    WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY, b. September 22, 1863, Lincoln Co. Ky; d. June 15, 1966, Indiana.

61.            iv.    NANCY A. TERRY, b. February 03, 1860, Highland  , Ky.

                  v.    JAMES THOMAS TERRY, b. 1856; d. 1903.

62.            vi.    ISSAC GREEN TERRY, b. July 07, 1857; d. 1944.

63.           vii.    JOHN WESLEY TERRY, b. 1861.

64.          viii.    MARY E. TERRY, b. 1868.

                  ix.    FANNIE R TERRY, b. 1870; d. 1945; m. PLEASANT ALLEN CURTIS; b. 1870.

65.              x.    ALICE MIRANDA TERRY, b. 1874.

66.             xi.    LELAR A. TERRY, b. June 12, 1876, Lincoln co ky; d. 1959, Lincoln co ky.

                 xii.    MAUDANIE TERRY, b. 1879.

                xiii.    GEORGIE TERRY, b. 1871; d. 1872.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

31.  JOSEPH5 BASTIN (SAMUEL SMITH4, THOMAS3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born December 11, 1869, and died June 09, 1944.  He married SYRENA YOUNG December 25, 1889 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, daughter of HENDERSON YOUNG and JANE NEWELL.  She was born March 13, 1873, and died May 16, 1941.

       

Children of JOSEPH BASTIN and SYRENA YOUNG are:

67.              i.    DELLA SABRA6 BASTIN, b. December 30, 1894, Lincoln Co, Ky; d. June 11, 1982, Lincoln Co, Ky.

                  ii.    WILLIE BASTIN.

                 iii.    BERTHA BASTIN.

 

 

32.  KENLEY5 BASTIN (SAMUEL SMITH4, THOMAS3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born September 26, 1878.  He married ELIZABETH BAUGH. 

       

Child of KENLEY BASTIN and ELIZABETH BAUGH is:

68.              i.    BESSIE RACHEL6 BASTIN, b. July 15, 1902, Lincoln co ky; d. December 02, 1994, Lincoln co ky.

 

 

33.  JOHN SHERMAN5 COOPER (MARY ANN4 BASTIN, JOHN B3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born February 16, 1866 in Somerset Ky, and died July 24, 1924 in Pulaski Co Ky.  He married HELEN GERTRUDE TARTER June 29, 1899.  She was born August 31, 1878 in Cain Store Pulaski Co Ky, and died December 27, 1969 in Pulaski Co Ky.

 

Notes for JOHN SHERMAN COOPER:

JOHN SHERMAN4 COOPER, SR. (MARY ANN3 BASTIN, ROSANNAH2 MORGAN, LEWIS1)

was born 16 Feb 1866 in Somerset, Pulaski Co, KY, and died 26 Jul 1924 in

Pulaski Co, KY. He married HELEN GERTRUDE TARTER 29 Jun 1899. She was born

31 Aug 1878 in Cain's Store, Pulaski Co, KY, and died 27 Dec 1969 in Pulaski

Co., KY.

Education: Eastern KY Univ, Centre College

 

Occupation: School superintendent and county judge

 

Religion: Baptist

 

More About HELEN GERTRUDE TARTER:

 

Burial Location: Somerset City Cem , Somerset, Pulaski Co, KY

 

Education: Centre College

 

Occupation: School teacher before marriage

 

       

Child of JOHN COOPER and HELEN TARTER is:

                   i.    JOHN SHERMAN6 COOPER, b. August 23, 1901, Somerset, KY; d. February 21, 1991, Washington DC; m. (1) EVELYN PFAFF, 1944; b. 1916; m. (2) LORRAINE ROWAN SHELVIN, March 17, 1955; d. February 03, 1985.

 

Notes for JOHN SHERMAN COOPER:

 

Headline: JOHN SHERMAN COOPER, 1901-1991; STATESMAN RENOWNED FOR HIS

 

INTEGRITY IS DEAD AT 89

 

Publication Date: February 23, 1991

 

Source: The Courier-Journal Louisville, KY

 

Page: 01A

 

Obituary: Former U.S. Sen. John Sherman Cooper, the most popular and

respected Kentucky

 

Republican of the post-World War II era, died Thursday in Washington. He was

89.

 

Cooper died "naturally and quietly in his sleep" at 4:30 p.m., said his

physician, Dr. Jerry M. Earll.

was not ill and essentially died of old age.

 

Cooper, a veteran of World War II, will be buried next to his wife,

Lorraine, in Arlington National

Former President Gerald Ford praised Cooper yesterday, saying through an

aide that he "was one of America's outstanding legislators and diplomats in

the post-World War II period."

 

Cooper, who served as U.S. ambassador to India and East Germany, served 20

years in the Senate, where he established himself as one of its most

influential members, especially on foreign affairs.

 

Soft-spoken and gentle, reflective and sometimes given to mumbling, Cooper

was not a great orator. Colleagues said his persuasive powers stemmed from

his reputation for integrity and sound

 

judgment.

 

During most of his Senate career, Cooper was teamed with two other Kentucky

Republican senators

 

-- Thruston B. Morton and Marlow W. Cook, both of Louisville. It was an era

of unusual political

 

strength for Kentucky Republicans. They carried Kentucky in four of five

presidential races, won

 

six consecutive races for the Senate and held the governor's chair for four

years under Louie Nunn.

 

Although Kentucky is heavily Democratic state, Cooper proved to be one of

the state's most

 

popular political figures.

 

from Harvard Law School in 1925. After a term in the Kentucky House of

Representatives and two terms as Pulaski County judge, Cooper ran for

governor in 1939 but was defeated in the GOP primary by King Swope, who had

been the party's nominee in 1935.

 

World War II interrupted Cooper's political career. He enlisted as an army

private in 1942 and was

 

commissioned a second lieutenant in 1943. He rode with Gen. George Patton's

Third Army, seeing

 

action in five campaigns and winning the Bronze Star.

Discharged a captain in February 1946, Cooper returned to Pulaski County,

where he was elected

 

circuit judge. Later that year he won a special election to the Senate to

fill out the term of Democrat

 

A. B. "Happy" Chandler, who had resigned to become baseball commissioner.

Early struggles

 

Cooper's Democratic opponent in the 1946 election was John Y. Brown Sr.,

whom he defeated by

 

just over 40,000 votes. But Cooper, who faced a decade- long struggle to

establish himself in state

 

politics, was unable to hold the seat. In the race for a full term in 1948,

he lost to Democrat Virgil

 

 

 

34.  SOLOMON5 BASTIN (HENRY4, JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1)  He married MARY ELIZABETH 'MOLLIE' GODBEY. 

       

Child of SOLOMON BASTIN and MARY GODBEY is:

69.              i.    JOHN QUINCY6 BASTIN.

 

 

35.  MARGARET ELIZABETH5 BASTIN (GREEN4, JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born March 16, 1851 in Casey Co Ky, and died December 18, 1867.  She married GEORGE WASHINGTON STEPHENS, son of TONY SALYOR and SALLY STEPHENS.  He was born 1850, and died September 15, 1886.

       

Child of MARGARET BASTIN and GEORGE STEPHENS is:

70.              i.    EZRA6 STEPHENS, b. November 25, 1867; d. January 04, 1958.

 

 

36.  ADALINE5 BASTIN (EDMOND4, BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born December 10, 1854.  She married JOHN HARDIN FLOYD April 10, 1884. 

       

Child of ADALINE BASTIN and JOHN FLOYD is:

71.              i.    CORNELIS6 FLOYD.

 

 

37.  MARY ANN5 YOUNG (HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born November 28, 1848.  She married CALVIN GRAYBEAL October 23, 1863 in Lincoln Co, KY, son of DAVID GRAYBEAL and MARY FAW.  He was born 1845 in NC.

       

Children of MARY YOUNG and CALVIN GRAYBEAL are:

72.              i.    MARGARET BELLE6 GRAYBEAL, b. February 10, 1872, ky; d. June 16, 1956, Indiana.

73.             ii.    JENNIE GRAYBEAL, b. February 05, 1881.

                 iii.    WLLIAM GRAYBEAL, b. December 03, 1867.

                 iv.    FRANIS M GRAYBEAL, b. September 16, 1865.

                  v.    UNA A. GRAYBEAL.

 

 

38.  CYRUS MARION5 YOUNG (HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 17, 1859 in Highland, Kentucky, and died April 20, 1944 in Highland, Kentucky.  He married LOCKEY ISABEL GODBEY.  She was born December 15, 1863 in in Bethelridge, Kentucky.

       

Children of CYRUS YOUNG and LOCKEY GODBEY are:

74.              i.    LUCILE MCKINNEY6 YOUNG, b. April 26, 1899, Highland, Kentucky; d. June 28, 1982, Kings Mountain, Kentucky.

75.             ii.    SERENA MAY YOUNG, b. November 22, 1896; d. October 23, 1972, Kentucky.

                 iii.    ELBERT EVERETT YOUNG, b. June 03, 1883.

                 iv.    JOHN HENDERSON YOUNG, b. February 16, 1889.

                  v.    FANNIE JANE YOUNG, b. March 02, 1885.

                 vi.    EFFIE ELIZABETH YOUNG, b. April 16, 1887.

                vii.    DORA GRACE YOUNG, b. October 14, 1891.

               viii.    HARDIN PRENTISS YOUNG, b. March 31, 1894.

76.             ix.    ROBERTA ACTON YOUNG, b. August 14, 1903.

                   x.    (INFANT) YOUNG, b. October 13, 1881.

 

 

39.  SYRENA5 YOUNG (HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born March 13, 1873, and died May 16, 1941.  She married JOSEPH BASTIN December 25, 1889 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, son of SAMUEL BASTIN and MARY SMITH.  He was born December 11, 1869, and died June 09, 1944.

       

Children are listed above under (31) Joseph Bastin.

 

40.  GEORGE WASHINGTON5 YOUNG (WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 14, 1853 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died June 20, 1932 in Highland Ky.  He married SAMIRA BAUGH September 14, 1870 in Lincoln Co, daughter of ISAAC BAUGH and NANCY NEWELL.  She was born August 19, 1852 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died November 05, 1939 in Highland.

       

Children are listed above under (28) Samira Baugh.

 

41.  MARGARET ELIZABETH5 YOUNG (JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 26, 1845 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, and died October 28, 1923 in Lincoln County KY.  She married ANDREW JACKSON YOUNG March 21, 1861 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, son of SOLOMON YOUNG and NANCY HINES.  He was born January 15, 1840, and died September 20, 1913 in Highland Ky.

 

Notes for ANDREW JACKSON YOUNG:

enrolled 10-1-1863 in the union army and mustered out 12-23-1863.

Was a private in Company M in the 13th Kentucky Calvary raised in Adair County.

Under Col. J.W. Weatherford.

       

Children of MARGARET YOUNG and ANDREW YOUNG are:

                   i.    MARY ELIZABETH6 YOUNG, b. January 03, 1862; d. June 08, 1939; m. DELMAR ADAMS.

                  ii.    JOHN WILL YOUNG, b. April 17, 1866; d. 1930; m. ELIZA GERKEY.

77.            iii.    OLLIE MACK YOUNG, b. June 18, 1877; d. May 09, 1967.

                 iv.    LILLIE DENNY YOUNG, b. August 05, 1874; d. October 03, 1947; m. MART C BRYANT.

78.             v.    ABNER LOGAN YOUNG, b. April 13, 1869; d. June 06, 1951.

                 vi.    SALLIE BELLE YOUNG, b. September 20, 1873; m. GEORGE WALLS.

                vii.    NANCY ELLEN YOUNG, b. November 08, 1870; m. JERRY BERRY.

79.          viii.    MILLIE ANN YOUNG, b. May 20, 1873.

80.             ix.    HENDERSON GREEN YOUNG, b. October 01, 1868; d. October 01, 1934.

                   x.    CYRENA D. YOUNG, b. March 05, 1881; m. HARDIN COOK.

81.             xi.    ERMA BRUCE YOUNG, b. May 26, 1885; d. April 18, 1971.

82.            xii.    DAVID EDMENDSON YOUNG, b. May 31, 1883.

                xiii.    ADA E. YOUNG, b. July 28, 1887; d. January 10, 1967; m. JOE BAUGH.

83.           xiv.    HIRAM OSBORNE YOUNG, b. February 08, 1879; d. February 09, 1958, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

 

 

42.  SERENA5 YOUNG (JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born 1855 in Ky, and died July 03, 1881 in Madison County,Kentucky.  She married CHARLES ROBERT CARRIER, son of WILLIAM CARRIER and MARGARET GOURLEY.  He was born February 06, 1849 in Laurel Co, Ky, and died February 02, 1923 in Highland ,(Lincoln Co) Ky.

       

Children of SERENA YOUNG and CHARLES CARRIER are:

84.              i.    MARY MARGARET6 CARRIER, b. April 29, 1871; d. February 19, 1947, Mt Moriah High land Ky.

85.             ii.    JOHN WILLIAM CARRIER, b. August 31, 1872; d. May 18, 1938, Lincoln County Ky.

86.            iii.    JAMES WASHINGTON CARRIER, b. August 08, 1874, Lincoln County Ky; d. March 23, 1952, Lincoln County KY.

87.            iv.    CLINTON CARRIER, b. September 1876; d. 1964.

88.             v.    VIRGIL SHELBY CARRIER, b. 1878; d. 1958.

 

 

43.  MARTIN H.5 REED (JOHN G.4, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 09, 1861.  He married IDA MAY YOUNG April 09, 1890 in Lincoln Co Ky, daughter of GEORGE YOUNG and SAMIRA BAUGH.  She was born 1873 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died 1905 in Lincoln Co Ky.

       

Children of MARTIN REED and IDA YOUNG are:

89.              i.    CLARENCE LESS6 REED, b. June 20, 1898; d. April 01, 1978.

                  ii.    ANNA MAYBEE REED, b. 1900.

                 iii.    LUCIAN REED, b. September 06, 1896.

                 iv.    JOHN LOGAN REED, m. ANNA MYTLE LEWIS.

                  v.    GEORGE D. REED.

 

 

44.  NEWLAND E.5 BUTT (RHODA ANN4 REED, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born October 09, 1880.  He married NANNIE MAE TAYLOR. 

       

Child of NEWLAND BUTT and NANNIE TAYLOR is:

                   i.    VIRGINIA MARIE6 BUTT, b. June 08, 1914, Lincoln co ky; d. September 24, 1997, Lincoln co ky; m. (1) WILLIAM DALEY REED, December 24, 1930, Lincoln Co; b. November 08, 1911, Lincoln co ky; d. May 06, 1989, Lincoln co ky; m. (2) WILLIAM DALEY REED, December 24, 1930, Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for VIRGINIA MARIE BUTT:

VIRGINIA MARIE BUTT:

     Sept. 26, 1997 - Friday

 

   REED, Marie                                                                                           d. Sept. 24, 1997

   STANFORD - Services for Marie Reed, 83, of U.S. 27 South, will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Highland Methodist Church by the Revs. Dennis Spencer and Gary King. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

   She died Wednesday at Stanford House Nursing Home.

   Born June 8, 1914, in Lincoln County, she was a daughter of the late Newland D. and Nannie Taylor Butt. She was a homemaker and a member of Highland Methodist Church and Stanford Eastern Star. She was the widow of William Daley Reed.

   Survivors include two sons, Shelby N. Reed and William P. Reed, both of Stanford; a daughter, JoAnn Davis of Waynesburg; two sisters, Betty Austin and Violet James, both of Somerset; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Genevieve Reed.

Pallbearers will be Davis, Shelby Reed II, Duane Cox, Doug and Alan May, Dennis, Chad and Kyle Davis.

   Honorary pallbearers are Gene Reed, Cecil Witt, Roy McGuffey, Fonzo McGuffey and Danny Ford.

   Visitation is 5-9 p.m. today at Fox Funeral Home.

 

 

 

Notes for WILLIAM DALEY REED:

REED, William Daley, died Saturday May 6, 1989 at the age of 77. The death was ruled a suicide by Scott Ernst, deputy corner. Born on Nov. 8, 1911 in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late William Shelby and Cynthia Warfield Reed. He was retired from the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service after 26 years of service.

   He is survived by his wife, Marie Butt Reed; two sons, Shelby Newland Reed and William Paul Reed, both of Stanford; one daughter JoAnn Reed Davis of Waynesburg; four brothers Cecil, Walter and Charles (Sharp), all of Stanford, and Waldo Reed of Murfreesboro, TN.; two sisters, Christine Reed Cardwell and Shirley Reed Ward, both of Louisville; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. 

   Funeral services were conducted Monday at Fox Funeral Home by Rev. Elmore Ray and Rev. Mark Clifton. Burial was at Highland Methodist Church Cemetery. Masonic services were observed Sunday evening. Pallbearers were Bill Rousey, Joe Robbins, Powell Martin, Denver Shoup, David Sims and Bill Folger. Honorary pallbearers were Jodie McBee, State Rep. Danny Ford, Estell Jenkins, US. Rep Hal Rogers, State Sen.John Rogers, Norman McGuffey, Roy McGuffey, Ralph (Pete) Reed, Gene Reed, Tommy Owens, Bill Snyder, Bobby Martin, Smith Noe, Oliver (Dooley) Miller, Clinton Sims, Bill Fox, James Harris and James Clark.

 

 

 

 

45.  MARY ELLEN5 BAUGH (LUCY HUFF4 REED, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1852, and died July 26, 1931.  She married ABNER BRYANT YOUNG November 15, 1868, son of JOHN YOUNG and CYRENA BRYANT.  He was born August 27, 1849 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.

       

Children of MARY BAUGH and ABNER YOUNG are:

                   i.    LAURA JANE6 YOUNG, b. September 24, 1869.

                  ii.    DELMER YOUNG, b. October 28, 1889.

                 iii.    ISA EARLE YOUNG, b. June 18, 1895.

                 iv.    LUCY MARGARET YOUNG, b. October 16, 1873.

                  v.    CORDELIA A. YOUNG, b. 1872.

                 vi.    MCKINDRIC YOUNG, b. 1874.

                vii.    WILLIAM E. YOUNG, b. Abt. 1876.

               viii.    EDDY A. YOUNG, b. May 1880.

 

 

46.  WILLIAM SHELBY5 REED (DAVID4, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 06, 1884, and died March 11, 1961 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  He married CYNTHIA A. WARFIELD.  She was born February 28, 1892 in Sunbright, Tenn, and died October 18, 1983 in October 18, 1983.

       

Children of WILLIAM REED and CYNTHIA WARFIELD are:

                   i.    WILLIAM DALEY6 REED, b. November 08, 1911, Lincoln co ky; d. May 06, 1989, Lincoln co ky; m. VIRGINIA MARIE BUTT, December 24, 1930, Lincoln Co; b. June 08, 1914, Lincoln co ky; d. September 24, 1997, Lincoln co ky.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DALEY REED:

REED, William Daley, died Saturday May 6, 1989 at the age of 77. The death was ruled a suicide by Scott Ernst, deputy corner. Born on Nov. 8, 1911 in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late William Shelby and Cynthia Warfield Reed. He was retired from the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service after 26 years of service.

   He is survived by his wife, Marie Butt Reed; two sons, Shelby Newland Reed and William Paul Reed, both of Stanford; one daughter JoAnn Reed Davis of Waynesburg; four brothers Cecil, Walter and Charles (Sharp), all of Stanford, and Waldo Reed of Murfreesboro, TN.; two sisters, Christine Reed Cardwell and Shirley Reed Ward, both of Louisville; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. 

   Funeral services were conducted Monday at Fox Funeral Home by Rev. Elmore Ray and Rev. Mark Clifton. Burial was at Highland Methodist Church Cemetery. Masonic services were observed Sunday evening. Pallbearers were Bill Rousey, Joe Robbins, Powell Martin, Denver Shoup, David Sims and Bill Folger. Honorary pallbearers were Jodie McBee, State Rep. Danny Ford, Estell Jenkins, US. Rep Hal Rogers, State Sen.John Rogers, Norman McGuffey, Roy McGuffey, Ralph (Pete) Reed, Gene Reed, Tommy Owens, Bill Snyder, Bobby Martin, Smith Noe, Oliver (Dooley) Miller, Clinton Sims, Bill Fox, James Harris and James Clark.

 

 

 

Notes for VIRGINIA MARIE BUTT:

VIRGINIA MARIE BUTT:

     Sept. 26, 1997 - Friday

 

   REED, Marie                                                                                           d. Sept. 24, 1997

   STANFORD - Services for Marie Reed, 83, of U.S. 27 South, will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Highland Methodist Church by the Revs. Dennis Spencer and Gary King. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

   She died Wednesday at Stanford House Nursing Home.

   Born June 8, 1914, in Lincoln County, she was a daughter of the late Newland D. and Nannie Taylor Butt. She was a homemaker and a member of Highland Methodist Church and Stanford Eastern Star. She was the widow of William Daley Reed.

   Survivors include two sons, Shelby N. Reed and William P. Reed, both of Stanford; a daughter, JoAnn Davis of Waynesburg; two sisters, Betty Austin and Violet James, both of Somerset; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Genevieve Reed.

Pallbearers will be Davis, Shelby Reed II, Duane Cox, Doug and Alan May, Dennis, Chad and Kyle Davis.

   Honorary pallbearers are Gene Reed, Cecil Witt, Roy McGuffey, Fonzo McGuffey and Danny Ford.

   Visitation is 5-9 p.m. today at Fox Funeral Home.

 

 

 

90.             ii.    JAMES WALTER REED, b. October 05, 1915, Lincoln co ky; d. July 09, 2000, Lincoln co ky.

                 iii.    CHARLES HERBERT REED, b. November 01, 1923, Lincoln co ky; d. April 05, 1999, boyle co ky; m. SUEAN K. MCGUFFEY.

 

Notes for CHARLES HERBERT REED:

Notes for CHARLES "SHARP" REED:

          April 06, 1999 - Tuesday

 

         REED, Charles H.                                                                              d. 05 April 1999

   CRAB ORCHARD - Charles H. ``Sharp'' Reed, 75, of Waynesburg, died Monday at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.

   Born Nov. 1, 1923, in Highland, he was a son of the late Shelby and Cynthia Warfield Reed. He was a farmer and a member of Mount Moriah Christian Church.

   Survivors include his wife, Susan K. McGuffey Reed; a daughter, Amy Reed Smith of Campbellsville; a son, Charles D. Reed of Ottenheim; two sisters; Christine Cardwell and Shirley Ward, both of Louisville; and two brothers, Walter Reed of Highland and Waldo Reed of Murfreesboro, Tenn.

   Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Mount Moriah Christian Church Cemetery by Rob Cox and Dennis Spencer. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday.

   McKnight-Martin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.   

 

 

 

More About CHARLES "SHARP" REED:

Burial: April 08, 1999, Mt. Moriah Church Cem. Lincoln Co. Ky.

Religion: Mtn. Moriah Christian Ch. Lincoln Co. Ky.

 

 

                 iv.    CECIL REED, b. August 15, 1913, Lincoln co ky; d. July 31, 1990, Lincoln co ky; m. HELEN MAE COOK, May 03, 1980, Lincoln Co; b. November 19, 1931.

                  v.    WALDO REED, b. December 14, 1919, Lincoln co ky.

                 vi.    CHRISTINE REED, m. CARDWELL..

                vii.    SHIRLEY REED, m. WARD.

               viii.    ARTHUR CALVIN REED, b. October 20, 1917, Lincoln co ky; d. June 20, 1962, Lincoln co ky.

                  ix.    MARION SHELBY REED, b. December 22, 1921, Lincoln co ky; d. August 20, 1944, France,     (Killed In World War 2)..

                   x.    HAROLD "JOE" REED, b. December 22, 1926, Lincoln co ky; d. November 28, 1946, Lincoln co ky.

 

 

47.  ARTHUR L.5 REED (DAVID4, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 15, 1876 in Lincoln co ky, and died December 06, 1903 in Lincoln co ky.  He married FLORENCE AMANDA YOCUM October 14, 1900. 

       

Child of ARTHUR REED and FLORENCE YOCUM is:

                   i.    JEANNETTE6 REED, b. October 16, 1902; d. July 14, 1990, Florence, Ky; m. ERNEST LOGAN DENHAM, July 15, 1920, Lincoln Co; b. October 27, 1898; d. June 15, 1975, Covington, Ky...

 

 

48.  JAMES THOMAS 'TOM'5 BASTIN (WILLIAM M4, THOMAS3, THOMAS JR2, THOMAS1)  He married NANCY EUGENIA 'JENNIE' SMITH. 

 

Notes for JAMES THOMAS 'TOM' BASTIN:

During the depression, the mill failed. James Thomas 'Tom' Bastin then became a full-time farmer. His oldest son, Cecil, had died in WW I in France of influenza on Oct 31, 1918, leaving no children. (Cecil's wife, incidentally, re-married, marrying Cecil's cousin, Garnett Bastin!) With his two remaining sons, James Thomas Bastin ran a fairly large farm located between Bear Wallow and Hiseville, KY, in Barren County, KY. Upon his death, the farm was split among his heirs. His daughter, Lois, had already died, and her share went to her son, Bill Lock. The other daughter, Iva ('Ivey'), also received a share. The other two shares went to James Cordis 'Cordie' Bastin and Bella 'Beeler' Bastin. However, neither Bill Lock nor Iva Barton wanted to keep their shares, and Bella only wanted to farm one share. So, 'Cordie' bought out the shares belonging to both Bill Lock and Iva Barton, ending up with three shares total. Bella kept the one share that he had inherited. So, Bella owned 1/4 of the original land on the south side of the lane which split the farm, and Cordie owned the remaining 3/4 of the original land on the North side of the lane.

When the road was paved and named, it was named Bessie Bastin Road, after Bella's wife, Bessie

       

Children of JAMES BASTIN and NANCY SMITH are:

                   i.    CECIL6 BASTIN, d. October 31, 1918, WW I in France of influenza.

                  ii.    LOIS BASTIN.

                 iii.    IVA BASTIN.

91.            iv.    JAMES CORDIS 'CORDIE' BASTIN.

 

 

49.  MONTE CLARENCE5 YOUNG (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born March 18, 1883 in Highland Ky.  He married BETTIE PEARL ADAMS December 26, 1901.  She was born April 16, 1885 in Jearoldstown Tenn.

       

Children of MONTE YOUNG and BETTIE ADAMS are:

                   i.    PRESTON O'BANNON6 YOUNG, b. November 18, 1902.

92.             ii.    GEORGIA HILL YOUNG, b. May 16, 1904, Stanford KY; d. February 27, 1978, Stanford KY.

                 iii.    CLARENCE OWEN YOUNG, b. November 30, 1908.

                 iv.    CLIDIA YOUNG, b. 1906.

                  v.    MAYME LOU YOUNG, b. 1910.

                 vi.    WILLY MARVIN YOUNG, b. July 10, 1916.

                vii.    RAYWOOD YOUNG, b. October 13, 1920.

               viii.    NORMAN LEE YOUNG, b. 1923.

                  ix.    DAVID RALPH YOUNG, b. 1925.

                   x.    ELLA IRENE YOUNG, b. May 05, 1912.

93.             xi.    VERNON ADAMS YOUNG, b. May 24, 1914, Stanford KY; d. October 11, 1989, Stanford KY.

 

 

50.  JAMES ELBERT5 YOUNG (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 14, 1892.  He married (1) MARY CHESTNUT September 06, 1910 in Lincoln Co.  She was born September 06, 1893.  He married (2) ALLIE B GOURLEY October 04, 1922 in Kings Mtn Ky.  She was born March 20, 1902.

       

Children of JAMES YOUNG and MARY CHESTNUT are:

                   i.    HELEN6 YOUNG, b. 1914.

                  ii.    LEONARD O YOUNG, b. 1919.

                 iii.    GLEN YOUNG, b. 1910.

                 iv.    JAMES KELLY YOUNG, b. July 10, 1912.

 

       

Children of JAMES YOUNG and ALLIE GOURLEY are:

                  v.    WILMA6 YOUNG, b. 1923.

                 vi.    ELIZABETH YOUNG, b. 1925.

                vii.    BEVERLY B. YOUNG, b. 1927.

               viii.    JAMES L YOUNG, b. 1933.

                  ix.    PHYLLIS YOUNG, b. 1929.

                   x.    FAYE YOUNG, b. 1931.

                  xi.    EUNICE YOUNG, b. 1935.

                 xii.    GARY LYNN YOUNG, b. 1946.

 

 

51.  IDA MAY5 YOUNG (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born 1873 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died 1905 in Lincoln Co Ky.  She married MARTIN H. REED April 09, 1890 in Lincoln Co Ky, son of JOHN REED and ELIZABETH HAYS.  He was born May 09, 1861.

       

Children are listed above under (43) Martin H. Reed.

 

52.  WILLIAM CRAIG5 YOUNG (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 05, 1879, and died March 20, 1945 in Stanford KY.  He married (1) UNK REED.    He married (2) BETTY ANN HUCTINSON.  She was born September 28, 1885.  He married (3) BETTY ANN HUTCHISON, daughter of BENJAMIN HUTCHISON and ELIZABETH TURNER.  She was born September 28, 1885 in Danville, ky, and died January 14, 1979 in Highland, ky.

       

Children of WILLIAM YOUNG and UNK REED are:

                   i.    THELM6 YOUNG.

94.             ii.    EARL YOUNG, b. June 16, 1904; d. December 20, 1976, Highland Ky.

                 iii.    EDDIE YOUNG.

                 iv.    IRVIN YOUNG.

                  v.    JESSE YOUNG.

 

       

Children of WILLIAM YOUNG and BETTY HUCTINSON are:

                 vi.    ANNIE LUCILLE6 YOUNG, b. March 23, 1912.

                vii.    MARION YOUNG, b. 1916.

               viii.    OPAL YOUNG, b. 1919.

                  ix.    EDNA MAE YOUNG, b. 1924.

                   x.    CHRISTINE YOUNG, b. August 15, 1921.

                  xi.    BEATRICE IRENE YOUNG, b. 1926.

                 xii.    WILLIAM CRAIG YOUNG, b. August 31, 1929.

                xiii.    FLOTUS B. YOUNG, b. 1915.

                xiv.    EMILY YOUNG, b. 1918.

 

       

Children of WILLIAM YOUNG and BETTY HUTCHISON are:

                 xv.    ANNE LUCILLE6 YOUNG, b. February 23, 1912.

                xvi.    MARION YOUNG, b. August 05, 1916.

               xvii.    OPAL MARIR YOUNG, b. 1919.

              xviii.    BEATRICE YOUNG, b. 1926.

                xix.    FLOTUS B YOUNG, b. 1915.

 

 

53.  JOESPH G5 JENKINS (TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born January 08, 1862 in Lincoln County, and died March 09, 1956 in buried in Lincoln Co Pleasant Point Cem  Kings Mtn.  He married (1) ARMENTHIA SINGLETON, daughter of JOHN SINGLETON and SARAH MURPHY.  She was born February 07, 1872 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died November 07, 1908 in Kings Mtn.  He married (2) BELLE BAILEY.  She was born 1865 in Taylor Co., KY.  He married (3) BELL PEDIGO. 

       

Children of JOESPH JENKINS and ARMENTHIA SINGLETON are:

95.              i.    JAMES HARVEY6 JENKINS, b. October 25, 1890; d. July 10, 1946, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

96.             ii.    CORA JENKINS JENKINS, b. September 15, 1892; d. April 19, 1964.

97.            iii.    CHARLES JENKINS, b. October 10, 1905; d. February 1994, Somerset Ky.

98.            iv.    EMMA JENKINS, b. April 14, 1900, Kings Mtn Ky; d. June 05, 1978, Ludlow, Ky.

99.             v.    WILLIAM HERBERT JENKINS, b. July 20, 1898, Kings Mtn Ky; d. January 18, 1960, Kings Mtn Ky.

100.          vi.    SALLY JENKINS, b. September 21, 1894; d. August 02, 1966.

                vii.    GRACE JENKINS, b. September 08, 1905; d. April 22, 1924, Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn KY.

               viii.    BERTHA JENKINS, b. November 13, 1887, Kings Mtn Ky; d. November 08, 1906.

                  ix.    EFFIE JENKINS, b. 1902, Kings Mtn Ky; d. 1924, Double Spring, Waynesburg, Ky; m. COY REYNOLDS; b. 1901; d. 1940.

 

 

54.  SAMIRA H5 JENKINS (TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1868.  She married (1) DAVID ANTHONY SINGLETON December 31, 1885 in Lincoln Co Ky, son of JOHN SINGLETON and SARAH MURPHY.  He was born January 1868, and died 1928 in Kings Mtn ,Ky.  She married (2) JOHN FALCONBURY.    She married (3) WILLIAM CANTRELL. 

       

Children of SAMIRA JENKINS and DAVID SINGLETON are:

101.            i.    IRA COLLIS6 SINGLETON, b. May 30, 1901, Kings Mtn ky.

102.           ii.    ROXIE SINGLETON, b. 1905.

103.          iii.    OLIVER SINGLETON.

104.          iv.    IDA FLORENCE SINGLETON, b. April 01, 1897; d. May 31, 1974.

105.           v.    JESSE SINGLETON, b. 1903.

                 vi.    NILLIE SINGLETON, b. February 22, 1907; d. February 17, 1983; m. OSCAR SHELBY STOFLE.

106.         vii.    LULA SINGLETON, b. June 21, 1910, Lincoln County KY.

107.        viii.    ELLA SINGLETON, b. January 18, 1887; d. 1956.

108.           ix.    EVA MAY SINGLETON, b. August 05, 1891; d. October 27, 1918.

 

 

55.  AUTHUR(UNCLE TOM)5 JENKINS (TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born Bet. November 14, 1880 - 1881, and died May 01, 1972.  He married MYRTLE WALLS 1911 in Lincoln Co. 

       

Children of AUTHUR(UNCLE JENKINS and MYRTLE WALLS are:

                   i.    LULA6 JENKINS.

                  ii.    EARL JENKINS.

                 iii.    ERVIN JENKINS.

                 iv.    FRANCES JENKINS.

                  v.    ROY EDWARD "JACK" JENKINS.

                 vi.    ALBERTA JENKINS.

 

 

56.  MAUDI5 JENKINS (TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born March 14, 1886 in Highland  , Ky, and died October 06, 1961 in Lincoln Co Ky.  She married (1) HOMER ROGERS.    She married (2) JOE SKIDMORE August 13, 1903 in Lincoln Co, KY.  He was born 1879.

       

Children of MAUDI JENKINS and JOE SKIDMORE are:

                   i.    ROSIE6 SKIDMORE.

                  ii.    IDA SKIDMORE.

                 iii.    RUSSELL SKIDMORE.

                 iv.    ROBERT SKIDMORE.

                  v.    MARY SKIDMORE.

                 vi.    OLIVER SKIDMORE.

                vii.    JOHN SKIDMORE.

               viii.    CHESTER SKIDMORE.

 

 

57.  CYRUS5 JENKINS (TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born November 1874.  He married (1) EMMALINE SKIDMORE February 17, 1899, daughter of WILLIAM SKIDMORE and MARY CARRIER.  She was born 1877.  He married (2) EMMALENA SKIDMORE February 27, 1899.  She died July 10, 1953.

       

Children of CYRUS JENKINS and EMMALINE SKIDMORE are:

                   i.    SARAH6 JENKINS, b. 1895.

                  ii.    HATTIE E JENKINS, b. 1899.

109.          iii.    GRANVILLE LEE JENKINS, b. September 01, 1901; d. September 30, 1969.

 

       

Children of CYRUS JENKINS and EMMALENA SKIDMORE are:

                 iv.    DAN RAYMOND6 JENKINS.

                  v.    LUCIEN A. JENKINS, b. March 17, 1904.

                 vi.    SALLIE JENKINS.

                vii.    HATTIE JENKINS.

 

 

58.  CHARLES CALVIN5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born November 24, 1866 in Lincoln co ky, and died 1942 in Lincoln Co. Ky.  He married SARAH ELIZABETH HUBBLE September 12, 1888 in Lincoln Co. Ky, daughter of MILTON HUBBLE and SALLY SMITH.  She was born February 05, 1872 in Lincoln co ky, and died April 11, 1937 in Lincoln co ky.

 

Notes for CHARLES CALVIN TERRY:

Charlie died at his daughter Birdie Denham's house, as he was diesing he told her he could feel each part of his body dieing, he said his feet are dieing, legs, he told her every part right up to the end

 

Charlie use to play a fiddle and a french harp and do a dance, to entertain the kids or to great you when you came in or say good by when you left.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          From: DENVER BAUGH Genealogy #2 Book.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Uncle Charley Terry owned his saw mill . It was at the headwaters of Green River. When Wm H. Terry 2nd. would visit his brother Charley, It would please Charley so much he would throw his hat in air and quote the piece about -- Old Joe Clift and Aunt Putty Collier had a Suger Camp way up in the holler.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                I remember him because of only one visit to his home. It was a sunday when mom asked us kids if we would like to visit uncle Charley and aunt Sarah? Since we never got out much, she got a loud affirmative reply on the beautiful day in mid --- 1930's. Since we had no car, we would have to walk around three miles to get there from our place on Greasy Ridge. The oldest kids would carry the youngest. We struck out northeast around Greasy Ridge Road turned left onto Horse Ridge Road, took it to the end-- then over a fence and down thru a pasture field (Good thing there was no mean bull in that field). We heard someone coming up thru the tall horse weed and briar thicket. It was Uncle Charley and Aunt Sarah, they too were intending to visit, Charley said he didn't want to visit on Horse Ridge anyway.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Aunt Sarah fried chickenin no time at all and served banana pudding to top it off. At the end of the day , he hitched up his team of horses to a wagon and brought us out onto old 27 by Mt. Moriah Church , thru Highland and on to home. A day I will never forget. I think all his children were married and away from home then. He is the only great uncle that I can remember, and all because of that one day visit on the banks of Green River.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              From Jr. Clarkson:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Jesse "Jr." Clarkson told Ron Terry that when he was 6 years old, about (1930) his dad farmed on Charlie Terry place the head of Green River,They lived in a house called the old Winkles place.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

More About CHARLEY CALVIN TERRY:

Burial: August 1942, Buffalo Springs Cem. Stanford, Lincoln Co. Ky.

 

 

       

Children of CHARLES TERRY and SARAH HUBBLE are:

110.            i.    BIRDIE ANN6 TERRY, b. June 30, 1892.

111.           ii.    CECIL TERRY, b. August 04, 1906, Lincoln co ky; d. April 11, 1983, Lincoln co ky.

                 iii.    TOMMY LEE TERRY, b. November 05, 1889.

                 iv.    JOHN MILTON TERRY, b. August 05, 1886.

                  v.    ELZA TERRY, b. July 03, 1898.

112.          vi.    SADIE TERRY, b. March 01, 1909; d. November 15, 1955, Detorit Mich.

113.         vii.    IRENE TERRY, b. December 14, 1911; d. December 23, 2000, Detorit Mich.

               viii.    EVA TERRY, b. May 17, 1894.

                  ix.    MARY TERRY, b. August 13, 1901.

114.            x.    HUGH TERRY, b. June 12, 1904, Lincoln co ky; d. July 10, 1983, Lincoln co ky.

 

 

59.  SARAH ELIZABETH5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born September 22, 1864 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died February 01, 1953 in Lincoln Co Ky.  She married WILLIAM DAILY HUTCHISON February 20, 1889 in Lincoln Co Ky, son of WILLIAM HUTCHINSON and ELIZABETH PETERS.  He was born May 16, 1861 in SunBright Tennessee, and died October 03, 1938 in Highland   Ky.

       

Children of SARAH TERRY and WILLIAM HUTCHISON are:

115.            i.    NOAH G6 HUTCHISON, b. July 04, 1896, Highland   Ky; d. August 02, 1985, Stanford KY.

                  ii.    DAVID COY HUTCHISON, b. June 04, 1898, Lincoln Co; d. October 1975, Danville, Kentucky; m. LAURA WALLS.

                 iii.    JOSEPH HUTCHISON, b. August 06, 1894, Lincoln; d. 1971, Corpus Christie, Texas; m. EFFIE COX.

                 iv.    DELLA PEARL HUTCHISON, b. November 1891; d. February 28, 1923, Akron, Ohio; m. ? WHITTUS.

                  v.    ALLIE HUTCHISON, b. August 31, 1891.

 

 

60.  WILLIAM HENDERSON5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born September 22, 1863 in Lincoln Co. Ky, and died June 15, 1966 in Indiana.  He married MARGARET BELLE GRAYBEAL September 11, 1888 in Lincoln Co, Ky, daughter of CALVIN GRAYBEAL and MARY YOUNG.  She was born February 10, 1872 in ky, and died June 16, 1956 in Indiana.

 

Notes for WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY:

 WILLIAM HENDERSON5 TERRY (WILLIAM H.4, EMANUEL3, OVERTON2, EMANUEL SR.1) was born September 22, 1863 in Lincoln Co. Ky., and died June 15, 1966 in Ind..  He married MARGARET BELLE GRAYBEAL September 11, 1888 in Lincoln Co. Ky., daughter of CALVIN GRAYBEAL and MARY YOUNG.  She was born February 10, 1872 in Ky., and died June 16, 1956 in Ind..

 

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                                                          William H. Terry 2nd                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         One day shortly after WILLIAM HENDERSON TERR and MARGARET MAGGIE BELL were married ( they lived up in the Mill Hollow, above GREENBERRY PECKS, and on the Green River ) He was working a team of oxen, one fell in the ditch and the other fell on top of the animal. It was a hot day and he would have to fast to save the team oxen. Running up a hill to the nearest house, he found no body at home! Looking around he spotted a corn knife and rushing back he was able to chop the oxbow from the animals,allowing them to get up. They were sweating, but with out his quick work, the team would have died.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       He work hard in his day and for little pay. This Hollow had a sawmill and the families that worked at the mill were provided rough sawed shacks to live in.He would tell about this one time after a hard days work, he and Maggie had just retired for the night, when a strange noise started in the small attic above their heads.It sounded like someone threshing the loose, rough boards with awitches. Billy trying to be brave said, thash a little harder !! It did and to such a degree, they got up and quickly vacated the premises. They could hear it a good way down the road. Later they returned with a neighbor, crawled up and looking the place over, even the dust was not disturbed. I heard him tell this several times and Maggie would sanction it. He stopped working on sundays after that.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Another time I heard him tell about him and another fellow ripping roof shingles off a house of a woman of ill repute. As they worked, bullets now and then would whistle or, slap close by. The woman did get the message and left the area.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A few years later he caught typhoid fever. He was chewing gum laid it down, and Cillas Patterson (about  seven years old) chewed the same gum, he too contracted the disease and died soon after.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wm H. Terry's sister Allie Crisler, came down from Walton, Ky. and his daughter, Minnie went back with them. She would write back, and tell them she had a job working with aunt Allie and to come on up. They did, ( Two of the little ones were buried there in a Baptist Cemetery ).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Now it back to the headwaters of Green River, ( Niels Creek ). He would get up at four A.M., get the girls up to fix his breakfast and head for the woods. Maybe to make ax handles, buggy spokes, rail road cross ties or hickory cane splite for chair bottoms, placing them in hot boiling water. One time he worked on thr rail road. Minnie remembers helping him mould bullets, when she was a little girl.He would tell about cutting huge trees,that two men could not reach around and straight as a arrow, He would roll them into the hollow to clear new ground for planting crops.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              His Brother Charley would kid him by saying, Billy moves so much that his chickens are trained to lay down, cross their legs, ready to be tied and moved to the next location.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wm H. Terry 2nd was a serious minded person and didn't go much for jokes, especially when they were directed at him, for instance--One day a horseback rider came upon Billy and several others. Wm h. Terry introduced himself. The rider, trying to make conversation and being funny, asked Billy what kind of a Terrier are you? The reply he received was shot, Get off that horse and I'll show you what kind of a Terrier I am ! The rider realizing his question was not well received, He thought it was best not to dismount, and rode on down the road.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        W.H. Terry 2nd. daughter, Minnie and her husband John Logan Baugh, and son Ivan Foster, lived on Greasy Ridge Road ( one mile west of Hightland Lincoln Co. Ky. ). Then when John died Dec. 2, 1917, Minnie decided to take her six year old Foster to McKinney, she then could take care of John's elderly parents. She left her father W.H. Terry in charge of the 186 acre farm.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W.H. Terry's major move was from Mason Gap, Ky. to Indiana. His son William H. Terry 3rd. remembers it was a cold day in Feb. 1925. Leaving Mason Gap by covered wagon, pulled by a horse name prince and a mule called Mike. ( He sent grandma and the little ones ahead by train ). A Webber wagon was purchased new for the trip. William H. Terry Sr. made the bows for the wagon that was covered with a light blue oil cloth. The covered wagow group consisted of W.H.T. , W.H.T. Jr. , Una Terry and cousin Jimmy Cook. They moved slowly north thru Paris and Cynthiana, Ky. Before they reached Sunrise, Ky. Jimmy and Una slipped off from the band with out notifying anyone. Tired of the slow progress being made on the road they caught a Taystee bread truck to Covington.This caused some consternation among Jr. And Sr. until they reached Sunrise, Ky. the following morning and was told they had gone ahead to uncle Willie Crislers home in Covington, Ky. The group was united there in Covington and crossing the Ohio river they pushed on to their destination--Johnson Fork, ( near Rockdale, Ind.). Later the family moved to a home on Kentucky Lane, in Ind. where W.H.T.3rd. met his neighbor Helen Baker. They dated for two years before their wedding on Sept. 16, 1932 The trip from Mason Gap, Ky. to Johnson Fork,Ind., took eight days.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            William Henderson Terry 2nd and his wife Margaret Maggie Bell, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on the old Biddinger farm in 1938. That old house and barn still stands as of 1995 at the corner of New Biddinger and Lees Creek Road in Hamilton Co, Ohio ( Many new homes are being built on that farm today ). They moved from there to Mt. Carmel, Ind. Then back to Ohio in several Different places untill his death, June 15, 1966. Wm.H. Terry 2nd lived to be 102 years old.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

More About TWIN WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY:

Burial: June 1966, Drewersburg, Ind. Cem.

 

More About MARGARET BELLE GRAYBEAL:

Burial: June 1965, Drewersburg, Ind. Cem.

 

       

Children of WILLIAM TERRY and MARGARET GRAYBEAL are:

116.            i.    DAISY6 TERRY, b. 1889.

117.           ii.    MINNIE TERRY, b. 1890; d. 1990.

118.          iii.    MARY ELZABETH TERRY, b. 1892.

119.          iv.    NOAHIE CALVIN TERRY, b. 1895.

                  v.    CILAS PATTERSON TERRY, b. 1897; d. 1904.

                 vi.    JENNY TERRY, b. 1903.

                vii.    MARGARE TBOLTEN TERRY, b. 1906.

120.        viii.    WILLIAM H III TERRY, b. 1910.

121.           ix.    UNA TERRY, b. February 05, 1913; d. July 18, 1936, Cumberland Falls, Ky...

                   x.    BRYANT BOBBY TERRY, b. 1915; m. (1) BARBARA ZIEPFEL; b. 1894; m. (2) MARTHA NASH; b. 1922.

                  xi.    BORBY TERRY.

122.          xii.    HARRY TERRY, b. 1919.

123.         xiii.    PAULINE TERRY.

124.         xiv.    PEACHIE TERRY, b. 1900.

 

 

61.  NANCY A.5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born February 03, 1860 in Highland  , Ky.  She married JOHN WESLEY HUTCTINSON October 02, 1879 in Lincoln Co, Ky.  He was born April 1857 in SunBright TN, and died October 04, 1936.

       

Children of NANCY TERRY and JOHN HUTCTINSON are:

                   i.    MARSHALL6 HUTCTINSON, b. April 21, 1886.

                  ii.    ORA PREACH HUTCTINSON.

                 iii.    TOMMIE HUTCTINSON.

                 iv.    IDA HUTCTINSON.

                  v.    EDGAR HUTCTINSON.

 

 

62.  ISSAC GREEN5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born July 07, 1857, and died 1944.  He married ELIZA PRIVETT.  She was born 1867, and died 1942.

       

Children of ISSAC TERRY and ELIZA PRIVETT are:

                   i.    ALMA6 TERRY.

                  ii.    THEDFORD TERRY, m. EFFIE MARIE CARRIER.

                 iii.    ROBERTA TERRY, m. ESTILL CARRIER.

                 iv.    MANNIE TERRY.

 

 

63.  JOHN WESLEY5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1861.  He married MARY MARTIN. 

       

Children of JOHN TERRY and MARY MARTIN are:

                   i.    EDWARD6 TERRY.

                  ii.    ANN TERRY.

                 iii.    DOLLY TERRY.

                 iv.    KATHRINE TERRY.

                  v.    WINFRED TERRY.

                 vi.    JOHN TERRY.

                vii.    ALBERT TERRY.

 

 

64.  MARY E.5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1868.  She married (1) OXFORD SMITH.    She married (2) JOHN CUMMINS. 

       

Child of MARY TERRY and OXFORD SMITH is:

                   i.    ANN6 SMITH.

 

       

Child of MARY TERRY and JOHN CUMMINS is:

                  ii.    EDDIE6 CUMMINS.

 

 

65.  ALICE MIRANDA5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1874.  She married WILLAM CRISLER.  He was born 1871.

       

Children of ALICE TERRY and WILLAM CRISLER are:

                   i.    IVA6 CRISLER.

                  ii.    MAUDE CRISLER.

                 iii.    ALBERT CRISLER.

                 iv.    RICHARD CRISLER.

                  v.    ANNA CRISLER.

                 vi.    VIRGINNA CRISLER.

                vii.    DOLLIE CRISLER.

               viii.    DOROTHY CRISLER.

                  ix.    FLORENCE CRISLER.

 

 

66.  LELAR A.5 TERRY (ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born June 12, 1876 in Lincoln co ky, and died 1959 in Lincoln co ky.  She married THOMAS DENHAM March 05, 1896 in Lincoln Co KY, son of JOHN DENHAM and MARY CHELF.  He was born November 30, 1874 in Lincoln co ky, and died January 04, 1941 in Lincoln co ky.

       

Children of LELAR TERRY and THOMAS DENHAM are:

                   i.    ESTELLA BELL6 DENHAM, b. January 01, 1897.

                  ii.    ERNEST LOGAN DENHAM, b. October 27, 1898; d. June 15, 1975, Covington, Ky..; m. JEANNETTE REED, July 15, 1920, Lincoln Co; b. October 16, 1902; d. July 14, 1990, Florence, Ky.

                 iii.    HERMAN PHONSO DENHAM, b. February 06, 1902.

                 iv.    BERTHA ALICE DENHAM, b. March 11, 1904.

                  v.    RUTH MAY DENHAM, b. March 24, 1906.

                 vi.    STELLA ATILA DENHAM, b. June 07, 1909.

125.         vii.    WALTER WILLIAM DENHAM, b. April 12, 1912; d. April 23, 1982, Danville, Boyle, Co. Ky.

               viii.    JEWELL O. DENHAM, b. March 09, 1914.

                  ix.    VIRGIE MARY DENHAM, b. January 18, 1923.

126.            x.    THOMAS J. "TJ" DENHAM, b. July 17, 1910, Lincoln co ky; d. February 19, 1970, boyle co ky.

127.           xi.    MILLRED INA DENHAM, b. August 14, 1915.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

67.  DELLA SABRA6 BASTIN (JOSEPH5, SAMUEL SMITH4, THOMAS3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born December 30, 1894 in Lincoln Co, Ky, and died June 11, 1982 in Lincoln Co, Ky.  She married LOGAN FRANKIN CARRIER November 14, 1912 in Lincoln Co, son of CHARLES CARRIER and MARY HUTCHISON.  He was born April 11, 1891 in Lincoln County, KY, and died June 06, 1966 in Lincoln Co, Ky.

       

Children of DELLA BASTIN and LOGAN CARRIER are:

128.            i.    EUGENE7 CARRIER, b. March 01, 1927.

129.           ii.    ELMER CARRIER, b. October 20, 1916, Lincoln County KY.

                 iii.    EDGAR CARRIER, b. October 18, 1918, Lincoln County KY; d. July 26, 1944, WW II.

130.          iv.    ELDA CARRIER, b. July 25, 1924; d. November 13, 1983, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

131.           v.    LOGAN ETHERAGE CARRIER, b. November 05, 1929, Lincoln County KY.

132.          vi.    EVELYN CARRIER, b. January 25, 1933.

133.         vii.    EDITH MARIE CARRIER, b. January 02, 1914.

 

 

68.  BESSIE RACHEL6 BASTIN (KENLEY5, SAMUEL SMITH4, THOMAS3, JOHN B.2, THOMAS1) was born July 15, 1902 in Lincoln co ky, and died December 02, 1994 in Lincoln co ky.  She married LON REED, son of WILLIAM REED and MARGARET CARRIER.  He was born 1904 in Lincoln co ky, and died January 08, 1966 in Lincoln co ky.

       

Children of BESSIE BASTIN and LON REED are:

                   i.    GENE7 REED, m. CHARLOTTE WILCOP, April 20, 1957.

                  ii.    PAUL L. REED.

                 iii.    NORMAN REED.

 

 

69.  JOHN QUINCY6 BASTIN (SOLOMON5, HENRY4, JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1)  He married MAJORA MOORE. 

 

Notes for JOHN QUINCY BASTIN:

Quincy Bastin

MIDDLEBURG - Services for Quincy Bastin, 97, of Yosemite, will be 10 a.m.

Thursday at Mount Olive Christian Church by the Rev. Greg Powell. Burial

will be in Bethelridge Cemetery.  He died Monday (26 April 1999) at Sunrise

Manor Nursing Home.  Born Nov. 14, 1901, in Humphrey, he was a son of the

late Solomon and Mary Elizabeth Godbey Bastin. He was a retired farmer and a

member of Mount Olive Christian Church. He was the widower of Majora Moore

Bastin.   Survivors include two daughters, Maudine Williams of Yosemite and

Sandra L. Thomas of LaGrange; a son, Quincy S. Bastin of Maryville, Tenn.;

six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be Dale and

Matt Latty, Janis Smith, Joel Moore, Donald Williams and Tom Godbey.

Honorary pallbearers are Leon Moore, Burnice and Russell Wall, Ernest Wall,

 

       

Children of JOHN BASTIN and MAJORA MOORE are:

                   i.    MAUDINE7 BASTIN.

                  ii.    SANDRA L BASTIN.

                 iii.    QUINCY S. BASTIN.

 

 

70.  EZRA6 STEPHENS (MARGARET ELIZABETH5 BASTIN, GREEN4, JOHN BENJAMIN 'JOHNEY'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born November 25, 1867, and died January 04, 1958.  He married LAURA ESTES February 18, 1888.  She was born 1876.

       

Child of EZRA STEPHENS and LAURA ESTES is:

134.            i.    QUINCY7 STEPHENS, b. February 11, 1889.

 

 

71.  CORNELIS6 FLOYD (ADALINE5 BASTIN, EDMOND4, BENJAMIN BOYD 'BEN'3, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1)  He married ETHEL BASTIN, daughter of GEORGE BASTIN and MARY GOURLEY. 

       

Children of CORNELIS FLOYD and ETHEL BASTIN are:

135.            i.    JOHN A7 FLOYD, b. June 22, 1913; d. October 23, 1996.

136.           ii.    VERNON FLOYD, b. October 03, 1922.

 

 

72.  MARGARET BELLE6 GRAYBEAL (MARY ANN5 YOUNG, HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 10, 1872 in ky, and died June 16, 1956 in Indiana.  She married WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY September 11, 1888 in Lincoln Co, Ky, son of WILLIAM TERRY and ELIZABETH BAUGH.  He was born September 22, 1863 in Lincoln Co. Ky, and died June 15, 1966 in Indiana.

 

Notes for WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY:

 WILLIAM HENDERSON5 TERRY (WILLIAM H.4, EMANUEL3, OVERTON2, EMANUEL SR.1) was born September 22, 1863 in Lincoln Co. Ky., and died June 15, 1966 in Ind..  He married MARGARET BELLE GRAYBEAL September 11, 1888 in Lincoln Co. Ky., daughter of CALVIN GRAYBEAL and MARY YOUNG.  She was born February 10, 1872 in Ky., and died June 16, 1956 in Ind..

 

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                                                          William H. Terry 2nd                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         One day shortly after WILLIAM HENDERSON TERR and MARGARET MAGGIE BELL were married ( they lived up in the Mill Hollow, above GREENBERRY PECKS, and on the Green River ) He was working a team of oxen, one fell in the ditch and the other fell on top of the animal. It was a hot day and he would have to fast to save the team oxen. Running up a hill to the nearest house, he found no body at home! Looking around he spotted a corn knife and rushing back he was able to chop the oxbow from the animals,allowing them to get up. They were sweating, but with out his quick work, the team would have died.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       He work hard in his day and for little pay. This Hollow had a sawmill and the families that worked at the mill were provided rough sawed shacks to live in.He would tell about this one time after a hard days work, he and Maggie had just retired for the night, when a strange noise started in the small attic above their heads.It sounded like someone threshing the loose, rough boards with awitches. Billy trying to be brave said, thash a little harder !! It did and to such a degree, they got up and quickly vacated the premises. They could hear it a good way down the road. Later they returned with a neighbor, crawled up and looking the place over, even the dust was not disturbed. I heard him tell this several times and Maggie would sanction it. He stopped working on sundays after that.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Another time I heard him tell about him and another fellow ripping roof shingles off a house of a woman of ill repute. As they worked, bullets now and then would whistle or, slap close by. The woman did get the message and left the area.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A few years later he caught typhoid fever. He was chewing gum laid it down, and Cillas Patterson (about  seven years old) chewed the same gum, he too contracted the disease and died soon after.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wm H. Terry's sister Allie Crisler, came down from Walton, Ky. and his daughter, Minnie went back with them. She would write back, and tell them she had a job working with aunt Allie and to come on up. They did, ( Two of the little ones were buried there in a Baptist Cemetery ).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Now it back to the headwaters of Green River, ( Niels Creek ). He would get up at four A.M., get the girls up to fix his breakfast and head for the woods. Maybe to make ax handles, buggy spokes, rail road cross ties or hickory cane splite for chair bottoms, placing them in hot boiling water. One time he worked on thr rail road. Minnie remembers helping him mould bullets, when she was a little girl.He would tell about cutting huge trees,that two men could not reach around and straight as a arrow, He would roll them into the hollow to clear new ground for planting crops.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              His Brother Charley would kid him by saying, Billy moves so much that his chickens are trained to lay down, cross their legs, ready to be tied and moved to the next location.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wm H. Terry 2nd was a serious minded person and didn't go much for jokes, especially when they were directed at him, for instance--One day a horseback rider came upon Billy and several others. Wm h. Terry introduced himself. The rider, trying to make conversation and being funny, asked Billy what kind of a Terrier are you? The reply he received was shot, Get off that horse and I'll show you what kind of a Terrier I am ! The rider realizing his question was not well received, He thought it was best not to dismount, and rode on down the road.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        W.H. Terry 2nd. daughter, Minnie and her husband John Logan Baugh, and son Ivan Foster, lived on Greasy Ridge Road ( one mile west of Hightland Lincoln Co. Ky. ). Then when John died Dec. 2, 1917, Minnie decided to take her six year old Foster to McKinney, she then could take care of John's elderly parents. She left her father W.H. Terry in charge of the 186 acre farm.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W.H. Terry's major move was from Mason Gap, Ky. to Indiana. His son William H. Terry 3rd. remembers it was a cold day in Feb. 1925. Leaving Mason Gap by covered wagon, pulled by a horse name prince and a mule called Mike. ( He sent grandma and the little ones ahead by train ). A Webber wagon was purchased new for the trip. William H. Terry Sr. made the bows for the wagon that was covered with a light blue oil cloth. The covered wagow group consisted of W.H.T. , W.H.T. Jr. , Una Terry and cousin Jimmy Cook. They moved slowly north thru Paris and Cynthiana, Ky. Before they reached Sunrise, Ky. Jimmy and Una slipped off from the band with out notifying anyone. Tired of the slow progress being made on the road they caught a Taystee bread truck to Covington.This caused some consternation among Jr. And Sr. until they reached Sunrise, Ky. the following morning and was told they had gone ahead to uncle Willie Crislers home in Covington, Ky. The group was united there in Covington and crossing the Ohio river they pushed on to their destination--Johnson Fork, ( near Rockdale, Ind.). Later the family moved to a home on Kentucky Lane, in Ind. where W.H.T.3rd. met his neighbor Helen Baker. They dated for two years before their wedding on Sept. 16, 1932 The trip from Mason Gap, Ky. to Johnson Fork,Ind., took eight days.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            William Henderson Terry 2nd and his wife Margaret Maggie Bell, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on the old Biddinger farm in 1938. That old house and barn still stands as of 1995 at the corner of New Biddinger and Lees Creek Road in Hamilton Co, Ohio ( Many new homes are being built on that farm today ). They moved from there to Mt. Carmel, Ind. Then back to Ohio in several Different places untill his death, June 15, 1966. Wm.H. Terry 2nd lived to be 102 years old.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

More About TWIN WILLIAM HENDERSON TERRY:

Burial: June 1966, Drewersburg, Ind. Cem.

 

More About MARGARET BELLE GRAYBEAL:

Burial: June 1965, Drewersburg, Ind. Cem.

 

       

Children are listed above under (60) William Henderson Terry.

 

73.  JENNIE6 GRAYBEAL (MARY ANN5 YOUNG, HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 05, 1881.  She married HENDERSON BAUGH, son of JOSEPH BAUGH and ELENDER REED.  He was born December 22, 1857.

       

Children of JENNIE GRAYBEAL and HENDERSON BAUGH are:

                   i.    BECKUM7 BAUGH.

137.           ii.    STELLA MARGARET BAUGH.

                 iii.    JOSEPH L. BAUGH.

138.          iv.    OTTIE BAUGH, b. 1904; d. 1979.

139.           v.    JESS BAUGH.

 

 

74.  LUCILE MCKINNEY6 YOUNG (CYRUS MARION5, HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born April 26, 1899 in Highland, Kentucky, and died June 28, 1982 in Kings Mountain, Kentucky.  She married (1) EDGAR HOGUE.    She married (2) GARLAND BAKER YOUNG in in Lincoln County,.  He was born April 22, 1898 in Lincoln County,.  She married (3) WILLIAM DAVID LASWELL June 05, 1929 in Science Hill, Kentucky. 

       

Children of LUCILE YOUNG and WILLIAM LASWELL are:

                   i.    JUNE MCLAUGHLIN7 LASWELL, b. November 02, 1934.

                  ii.    BILLY YOUNG LASWELL, b. July 04, 1932.

                 iii.    ROBERTA SUE LASWELL, b. 1936.

 

 

75.  SERENA MAY6 YOUNG (CYRUS MARION5, HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born November 22, 1896, and died October 23, 1972 in Kentucky.  She married WILLY DYE June 08, 1932 in Wilmore, Kentucky, son of JAMES DYE and ALPHA LONG. 

       

Children of SERENA YOUNG and WILLY DYE are:

140.            i.    ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE7 DYE, b. 1936.

                  ii.    JAMES CYRUS DYE, b. 1933.

 

 

76.  ROBERTA ACTON6 YOUNG (CYRUS MARION5, HENDERSON PARKER4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 14, 1903.  She married ALBERT C. DUNAWAY July 17, 1926. 

       

Children of ROBERTA YOUNG and ALBERT DUNAWAY are:

                   i.    GLADYS ALLEAN7 DUNAWAY, b. 1926.

                  ii.    LUCILLE EILEEN DUNAWAY, b. 1926.

                 iii.    BOBBY CARLILE DUNAWAY, b. 1929.

                 iv.    BILLY LEE DUNAWAY, b. 1942.

 

 

77.  OLLIE MACK6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 18, 1877, and died May 09, 1967.  She married JOHAN ASTON GISLER. 

       

Child of OLLIE YOUNG and JOHAN GISLER is:

                   i.    AL7 YOUNG.

 

 

78.  ABNER LOGAN6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born April 13, 1869, and died June 06, 1951.  He married LUCY YOUNG. 

       

Child of ABNER YOUNG and LUCY YOUNG is:

141.            i.    TABITHA7 YOUNG.

 

 

79.  MILLIE ANN6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 20, 1873.  She married (1) R.E. LEE.    She married (2) LINCOLN M. WALLS January 19, 1887 in Lincoln County,Kentucky.  He was born August 01, 1865.

       

Child of MILLIE YOUNG and LINCOLN WALLS is:

142.            i.    JONN7 WALLS.

 

 

80.  HENDERSON GREEN6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born October 01, 1868, and died October 01, 1934.  He married (1) VICTORIA FLOYD.    He married (2) ANNIE BAUGH. 

       

Child of HENDERSON YOUNG and VICTORIA FLOYD is:

                   i.    ELMER7 YOUNG.

 

 

81.  ERMA BRUCE6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 26, 1885, and died April 18, 1971.  She married ELZA GOODPASTER. 

       

Child of ERMA YOUNG and ELZA GOODPASTER is:

143.            i.    E.T.7 GOODPASTER.

 

 

82.  DAVID EDMENDSON6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 31, 1883.  He married MARY COOK THOMPSON, daughter of ALEXANDER THOMPSON and JULIA COOK.  She was born February 18, 1887 in Jellico, Tenn.

       

Children of DAVID YOUNG and MARY THOMPSON are:

144.            i.    ADA ELLEN7 YOUNG, b. August 31, 1905.

145.           ii.    WILLIE THOMAS YOUNG, b. August 31, 1907, Lincoln County KY.

146.          iii.    VIOLA RICHARD YOUNG, b. December 24, 1909.

147.          iv.    DELLA MAE YOUNG, b. August 03, 1913.

                  v.    LORINE YOUNG, b. January 24, 1916; m. HENRY HOLDERMAN.

148.          vi.    DAVID EDMONSON YOUNG, b. April 12, 1918.

149.         vii.    ANNA ELIZABETH YOUNG, b. October 21, 1920.

150.        viii.    OTTIE MARIE YOUNG, b. May 28, 1925.

 

 

83.  HIRAM OSBORNE6 YOUNG (MARGARET ELIZABETH5, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born February 08, 1879, and died February 09, 1958 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.  He married (1) SARAH BANKS HUTCHISON.    He married (2) SALLIE BANKS HUTCHISON June 04, 1898 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, daughter of BENJAMIN HUTCHISON and ELIZABETH TURNER.  She was born August 28, 1879.

       

Children of HIRAM YOUNG and SARAH HUTCHISON are:

151.            i.    ROXIE BELL7 YOUNG, b. March 08, 1909.

                  ii.    CHARLIE YOUNG.

                 iii.    STERLING G YOUNG, b. April 20, 1921.

                 iv.    IDA YOUNG.

                  v.    LOUANNA YOUNG.

152.          vi.    STELLA YOUNG, b. April 03, 1907; d. October 19, 1990, Lexington Ky.

 

       

Children of HIRAM YOUNG and SALLIE HUTCHISON are:

153.         vii.    ROXIE BELLE7 YOUNG, b. March 08, 1909; d. October 21, 1999, South Bend, Indiana.

               viii.    ALICE ALINE YOUNG, b. June 15, 1899.

154.           ix.    LOUANNA YOUNG, b. March 01, 1903.

                   x.    HARVEY WALKER YOUNG, b. April 17, 1916.

                  xi.    HIRAM OSBORNE YOUNG.

155.          xii.    CHARLES EDMANSON YOUNG, b. October 19, 1918; d. September 17, 1992, Lexington, Kentucky.

156.         xiii.    IDA ZELLA YOUNG, b. 1914.

157.         xiv.    MARY JOSEPHINE YOUNG, b. 1912.

 

 

84.  MARY MARGARET6 CARRIER (SERENA5 YOUNG, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born April 29, 1871, and died February 19, 1947 in Mt Moriah High land Ky.  She married WILLIAM YOUNG.  He was born May 14, 1871 in Lincoln County Ky.

       

Children of MARY CARRIER and WILLIAM YOUNG are:

                   i.    OTTO7 YOUNG, b. October 14, 1895.

                  ii.    CORA YOUNG, b. 1898.

                 iii.    JOHN L YOUNG, b. 1901.

 

 

85.  JOHN WILLIAM6 CARRIER (SERENA5 YOUNG, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 31, 1872, and died May 18, 1938 in Lincoln County Ky.  He married (1) MAUDE LEWIS.  She was born October 15, 1882 in Ky, and died September 15, 1925 in Lincoln County KY.  He married (2) MARY MALINDA REED February 13, 1892 in Lincoln Co.  She was born January 09, 1872 in Lincoln County KY, and died March 27, 1905 in lincoln County KY.

       

Children of JOHN CARRIER and MAUDE LEWIS are:

                   i.    LUCIEN ALVIN7 CARRIER, b. April 25, 1908, Ky; d. February 21, 1982, Boyle Co Ky; m. (1) NINA JUANITA JENKINS; b. February 09, 1931, Shake Rag Road Lincoln Co; m. (2) NINA JUANITA JENKINS.

158.           ii.    MARY STELLA CARRIER, b. September 09, 1910, Lincoln County Ky.

                 iii.    OTIS ALBERT CARRIER, b. April 25, 1912, Lincoln County KY; d. August 18, 1978, Ky.

                 iv.    ANNA ALVERINE CARRIER, b. September 10, 1915, Lincoln County KY; d. September 06, 1983.

                  v.    JAMES ARNOLD CARRIER, b. September 22, 1920, Lincoln County KY.

 

       

Children of JOHN CARRIER and MARY REED are:

                 vi.    NOVICE KELLY7 CARRIER, b. January 06, 1893, Lincoln County Ky.

                vii.    EVA LENA CARRIER, b. February 21, 1894.

159.        viii.    JOSEPH LAURENCE CARRIER, b. June 25, 1896, Ky; d. March 28, 1957.

                  ix.    OLIVER DEWEY CARRIER, b. February 22, 1898; d. August 31, 1920.

                   x.    CHLOE DELLA CARRIER, b. August 09, 1900; d. January 15, 1984.

 

 

86.  JAMES WASHINGTON6 CARRIER (SERENA5 YOUNG, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born August 08, 1874 in Lincoln County Ky, and died March 23, 1952 in Lincoln County KY.  He married CORA BASTIN November 19, 1895.  She was born April 16, 1875 in Lincoln County KY, and died December 12, 1937 in Lincoln County KY.

       

Children of JAMES CARRIER and CORA BASTIN are:

                   i.    OSCAR7 CARRIER.

                  ii.    CHESTER ROBERT CARRIER.

                 iii.    SMITH CARRIER.

                 iv.    HERMAN CARRIER.

                  v.    JEANETTE CARRIER.

                 vi.    EDDIE CECIL CARRIER.

                vii.    GENEVA CARRIER.

 

 

87.  CLINTON6 CARRIER (SERENA5 YOUNG, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born September 1876, and died 1964.  He married DAISY LEACH November 09, 1904 in Lincoln Co. 

       

Children of CLINTON CARRIER and DAISY LEACH are:

                   i.    ESTELL7 CARRIER.

                  ii.    STELLA CARRIER.

                 iii.    IRENE CARRIER.

                 iv.    DOROTHY CARRIER.

                  v.    ROSCOE CARRIER.

                 vi.    JAMES CHARLES CARRIER.

                vii.    CECIL CARRIER.

               viii.    LOUICILE CARRIER.

 

 

88.  VIRGIL SHELBY6 CARRIER (SERENA5 YOUNG, JOHN4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born 1878, and died 1958.  He married MATTIE MARTIN.  She was born December 20, 1900 in Ky.

       

Children of VIRGIL CARRIER and MATTIE MARTIN are:

                   i.    VERTRUS7 CARRIER.

                  ii.    ETHERAGE CARRIER.

                 iii.    HIRAM CARRIER.

                 iv.    MANFRED CARRIER.

                  v.    MAYDELL CARRIER.

                 vi.    ROBERTA CARRIER.

 

 

89.  CLARENCE LESS6 REED (MARTIN H.5, JOHN G.4, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 20, 1898, and died April 01, 1978.  He married EVALENE WALL.  She was born April 08, 1898.

       

Children of CLARENCE REED and EVALENE WALL are:

                   i.    DONALD DEE7 REED, b. July 28, 1933.

                  ii.    HAROLD REED.

                 iii.    WILLY CLARENCE REED, b. 1922.

160.          iv.    DELLA PEARL REED, b. 1919.

                  v.    ANNIE LOUISE REED.

 

 

90.  JAMES WALTER6 REED (WILLIAM SHELBY5, DAVID4, ANNA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born October 05, 1915 in Lincoln co ky, and died July 09, 2000 in Lincoln co ky.  He married BERDINE MCGUFFEY. 

       

Child of JAMES REED and BERDINE MCGUFFEY is:

                   i.    JOE7 REED.

 

 

91.  JAMES CORDIS 'CORDIE'6 BASTIN (JAMES THOMAS 'TOM'5, WILLIAM M4, THOMAS3, THOMAS JR2, THOMAS1)  He married ILENE DAWSON WADDELL. 

 

Notes for JAMES CORDIS 'CORDIE' BASTIN:

Ilene Dawson Waddell Bastin, Cordie's wife, died at home during, or right after, a major thunderstorm. Cordie lived for several years after this, farming, making frequent trips to several of the ponds on his farm to fish, or trapping rabbits with his rabbit traps! Cordie's barn was located just northwest of the fork, NW of the site of the old house. It was here that he died, while milking one morning. His grand-son, Ronnie Joe 'Ron' Bastin, found him.

Cordie's old house, just north of the fork of the road, was where Donald Ray 'Don' Bastin, a son of Cordie, lived. Don lived in Cordie's old house after Cordie built his new house. The old house was torn down in about 1970, and Don built a brick home on the same site, which is where he lived when he died. Don died in a hospital in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY.

 

       

Child of JAMES BASTIN and ILENE WADDELL is:

161.            i.    JAMES GLEN7 BASTIN.

 

 

92.  GEORGIA HILL6 YOUNG (MONTE CLARENCE6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 16, 1904 in Stanford KY, and died February 27, 1978 in Stanford KY.  She married NOAH G HUTCHISON 1922 in Neal Creek, son of WILLIAM HUTCHISON and SARAH TERRY.  He was born July 04, 1896 in Highland   Ky, and died August 02, 1985 in Stanford KY.

       

Children of GEORGIA YOUNG and NOAH HUTCHISON are:

162.            i.    EARL DEE7 HUTCHISON, b. 1924.

163.           ii.    CARLLEE HUTCHISON, b. May 16, 1926, Lincoln County, Kentucky; d. February 27, 1961, Highland, Kentucky.

164.          iii.    MAYME LOUELLA HUTCHISON, b. 1938.

165.          iv.    WILLIAM DALEY HUTCHISON, b. 1941.

 

 

93.  VERNON ADAMS6 YOUNG (MONTE CLARENCE6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born May 24, 1914 in Stanford KY, and died October 11, 1989 in Stanford KY.  He married (1) GLADYS YOUNG.    He married (2) GLADYS MARIE YOUNG, daughter of DELMER YOUNG and VICTORIA MIRACLE.  She was born 1916.

       

Children of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG are:

166.            i.    KATHY7 YOUNG.

                  ii.    VERRON YOUNG JR.

 

       

Children of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG are:

167.          iii.    VERNON LEROY7 YOUNG, b. October 23, 1939; d. October 02, 1993, Stanford KY.

                 iv.    YVONNE YOUNG, b. 1936.

                  v.    SYLVIA JEAN YOUNG, b. November 09, 1937.

                 vi.    BETTY LOU YOUNG, b. 1942.

                vii.    JERRY DARRELL YOUNG, b. 1945.

               viii.    LARRY DALE YOUNG, b. 1947.

                  ix.    NANCY YOUNG, b. 1943.

                   x.    VICTORIA FRANCIS YOUNG, b. 1950.

                  xi.    KATHY ELAINE YOUNG, b. 1953.

                 xii.    MICHELL RENE YOUNG, b. 1960.

                xiii.    GREGORY ALAN YOUNG, b. 1957.

                xiv.    JEFFREY LYNN YOUNG, b. 1962.

 

 

94.  EARL6 YOUNG (WILLIAM CRAIG6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, WILLIAM S.4, TABITHA3 BASTIN, WILLIAM B2, THOMAS1) was born June 16, 1904, and died December 20, 1976 in Highland Ky.  He married OTTIE BAUGH October 09, 1924, daughter of HENDERSON BAUGH and JENNIE GRAYBEAL.  She was born 1904, and died 1979.

       

Children of EARL YOUNG and OTTIE BAUGH are:

168.            i.    OTIS FRANKLIN7 YOUNG, b. 1941.

                  ii.    IVAN LEE YOUNG, b. January 21, 1932.

                 iii.    JAMES EARL YOUNG.

                 iv.    CARROLL YOUNG.

                  v.    GARY YOUNG.

                 vi.    DONALD YOUNG.

 

 

95.  JAMES HARVEY6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born October 25, 1890, and died July 10, 1946 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.  He married LAURA B FLOYD, daughter of RANEY FLOYD and LUCY TRIMBLE.  She was born May 28, 1892, and died May 22, 1980 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

       

Children of JAMES JENKINS and LAURA FLOYD are:

169.            i.    LOLA JANE7 JENKINS, b. July 29, 1924, Lincoln County.

170.           ii.    ORVILLE JENKINS, b. November 25, 1911; d. April 13, 1940, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

171.          iii.    JULIA JENKINS, b. July 03, 1913.

172.          iv.    ESTILL JENKINS, b. May 28, 1915; d. April 19, 1999, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

173.           v.    RALPH JENKINS, b. December 11, 1916; d. Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

174.          vi.    JOHN A JENKINS, b. July 11, 1921.

175.         vii.    WILLIAM JACKSON JENKINS, b. February 27, 1921.

               viii.    JAMES JENKINS, b. November 06, 1931; m. JOY MULLINS, November 07, 1953.

176.           ix.    LEONA JENKINS, b. August 27, 1929.

177.            x.    RUTH JENKINS, b. December 11, 1927.

 

 

96.  CORA JENKINS6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born September 15, 1892, and died April 19, 1964.  She married ALLEN GREEN COKER.  He was born November 12, 1868, and died April 20, 1940.

       

Children of CORA JENKINS and ALLEN COKER are:

                   i.    JACK7 COKER.

                  ii.    HELEN COKER.

                 iii.    OPAL COKER.

                 iv.    MARGARET COKER.

                  v.    JOSEPHINE COKER.

                 vi.    L.G. COKER.

 

 

97.  CHARLES6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born October 10, 1905, and died February 1994 in Somerset Ky.  He married (1) BETTY BAIRD.    He married (2) MARY ADAMS. 

       

Children of CHARLES JENKINS and BETTY BAIRD are:

178.            i.    BETTY LOU7 JENKINS, b. May 14, 1927.

                  ii.    MARTHA JANE JENKINS, b. February 22, 1929.

 

       

Child of CHARLES JENKINS and MARY ADAMS is:

179.          iii.    FRANCIS ARMINTHA7 JENKINS, b. July 28, 1935.

 

 

98.  EMMA6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born April 14, 1900 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died June 05, 1978 in Ludlow, Ky.  She married JOHN BOKLIN 1919, son of NICHOLAS BOLKIN and EMMA HAUSTETTER.  He was born September 19, 1893 in Ludlow, Ky, and died March 13, 1978 in Ludlow, Ky.

       

Child of EMMA JENKINS and JOHN BOKLIN is:

180.            i.    JOHN JOSEPH7 BOKLIN, b. January 21, 1920.

 

 

99.  WILLIAM HERBERT6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born July 20, 1898 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died January 18, 1960 in Kings Mtn Ky.  He married MYTLE SIMS March 18, 1918, daughter of ZIFF SIMS and LOUCYANA WALL. 

       

Children of WILLIAM JENKINS and MYTLE SIMS are:

181.            i.    OTTIS7 JENKINS, b. January 22, 1921.

182.           ii.    GENEVA JENKINS, b. February 22, 1919.

183.          iii.    FLORENCE MARGRY JENKINS, b. September 12, 1924.

184.          iv.    EVELYN JENKINS, b. March 12, 1932.

185.           v.    WILLIAM JENKINS JR, b. May 18, 1944.

186.          vi.    ETHELENE JENKINS, b. March 23, 1927.

 

 

100.  SALLY6 JENKINS (JOESPH G5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born September 21, 1894, and died August 02, 1966.  She married CHARLES COKER.  He was born June 27, 1890 in Madison County, ky, and died April 02, 1941.

       

Children of SALLY JENKINS and CHARLES COKER are:

                   i.    NANNIE LOUISE7 COKER, b. December 05, 1919.

                  ii.    ISABELL COKER, b. September 12, 1921.

                 iii.    ELORISE COKER, b. July 17, 1924; m. COY DICK, January 19, 1946.

                 iv.    VERNELL COKER, b. October 18, 1928.

                  v.    DORTHA COKER, b. April 18, 1933; m. WILLLIAM GRIDER, May 28, 1955.

                 vi.    CHARLEAN COKER, b. October 14, 1934; d. January 18, 1982; m. A.W. WATTS, October 08, 1952.

 

 

101.  IRA COLLIS6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born May 30, 1901 in Kings Mtn ky.  He married MARY WILCHER 1932, daughter of GARY WILCHER and MARTHA.  She was born July 01, 1911.

       

Child of IRA SINGLETON and MARY WILCHER is:

187.            i.    CORRINE7 SINGLETON, b. 1934, South Fork < KY.

 

 

102.  ROXIE6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1905.  She married CECIL FOSTER. 

       

Children of ROXIE SINGLETON and CECIL FOSTER are:

188.            i.    CECIL JR7 FOSTER, b. September 30, 1926.

                  ii.    WILLARD FOSTER.

189.          iii.    ROBERT B FOSTER, b. February 02, 1930, Madison Co Ky.

                 iv.    WILLIAM FOSTER.

                  v.    FRANKLIN FOSTER, b. September 24, 1936.

                 vi.    DONALD GENE FOSTER, b. December 24, 1942.

 

 

103.  OLIVER6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1)  He married BERTHA DYE, daughter of JIM DYE. 

       

Children of OLIVER SINGLETON and BERTHA DYE are:

                   i.    VIOLA7 SINGLETON.

                  ii.    NONA SINGLETON.

 

 

104.  IDA FLORENCE6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born April 01, 1897, and died May 31, 1974.  She married CHARLES CAIN. 

       

Children of IDA SINGLETON and CHARLES CAIN are:

                   i.    VIRGINIA7 CAIN.

                  ii.    MARIE CAIN.

                 iii.    GERTRUDE CAIN.

 

 

105.  JESSE6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1903.  He married VIOLA FARRIS. 

       

Children of JESSE SINGLETON and VIOLA FARRIS are:

                   i.    JESSE JR7 SINGLETON.

                  ii.    THELMA SINGLETON.

 

 

106.  LULA6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born June 21, 1910 in Lincoln County KY.  She married (1) NOEL TRIMBLE May 29, 1926 in Lincoln Co, son of PERRY TRIMBLE and DELITHA LEACH.  He was born February 25, 1901 in South Fork , KY, and died March 10, 1967 in Ludlow, Ky.  She married (2) GEROGE CALFEE May 13, 1969, son of WALTER CALFEE and RITTER ADAMS.  He was born June 07, 1901 in Letcher Co Ky, and died April 26, 1982.

       

Children of LULA SINGLETON and NOEL TRIMBLE are:

                   i.    EDNA LORENE7 TRIMBLE, b. May 08, 1925; m. CHESTER ALLEN HENRY, 1942.

                  ii.    NOEL JR TRIMBLE, b. July 05, 1928; m. MONA MARTIN, 1948.

                 iii.    MARJORIE TRIMBLE, b. March 02, 1930; m. JOSEPH E. SMITH, July 27, 1967.

                 iv.    ARTHUR TRIMBLE, b. March 20, 1932; m. JANET ULDINE KENNDY, 1954.

                  v.    BETTY LOU TRIMBLE, b. May 21, 1934; m. ERNEST WENHOLD, September 21, 1958.

                 vi.    ANNA MAE TRIMBLE, b. July 05, 1936; m. JERRY B WILCHER, April 13, 1952.

                vii.    MARTHA TRIMBLE, b. September 19, 1938; m. (1) RALPH MURRELL LARMANN; m. (2) KENT SCHAEFER.

               viii.    EVA MARIE TRIMBLE, b. May 03, 1940; m. (1) ALBERT GENE VONLINDER; m. (2) ANDREW ANGAL.

                  ix.    JAMES CHARLES TRIMBLE, b. November 12, 1944; m. JANET SLAYBAUM, July 07, 1967.

                   x.    CHARLOTTE FAY TRIMBLE, b. August 13, 1947; m. RICHARD FLOYD, April 28, 1979.

                  xi.    HAROLD LOYD TRIMBLE, b. August 21, 1949; m. BRENDA DUVALL, February 15, 1970.

 

 

107.  ELLA6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born January 18, 1887, and died 1956.  She married HARVEY DISHON. 

       

Children of ELLA SINGLETON and HARVEY DISHON are:

190.            i.    SAMUEL7 DISHON.

191.           ii.    SERGUS DISHON.

192.          iii.    AGNES MARIE DISHON.

                 iv.    WILMA DISHON.

193.           v.    ADA DISHON.

194.          vi.    VIRGINIA DISHON.

195.         vii.    MILDRED DISHON.

               viii.    CECIL DISHON.

                  ix.    LEONA DISHON.

 

 

108.  EVA MAY6 SINGLETON (SAMIRA H5 JENKINS, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born August 05, 1891, and died October 27, 1918.  She married CHARLES CHAMBERS. 

       

Children of EVA SINGLETON and CHARLES CHAMBERS are:

                   i.    ROY7 CHAMBERS, m. VIRGINIA GARRETT.

196.           ii.    EDNA CHAMBERS, b. October 30, 1910.

 

 

109.  GRANVILLE LEE6 JENKINS (CYRUS5, TEMPA JANE4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born September 01, 1901, and died September 30, 1969.  He married STELLA YOUNG August 04, 1923 in Stanford, KY, daughter of HIRAM YOUNG and SARAH HUTCHISON.  She was born April 03, 1907, and died October 19, 1990 in Lexington Ky.

       

Children of GRANVILLE JENKINS and STELLA YOUNG are:

                   i.    NINA JUANITA7 JENKINS, b. February 09, 1931, Shake Rag Road Lincoln Co; m. (1) LUCIEN ALVIN CARRIER; b. April 25, 1908, Ky; d. February 21, 1982, Boyle Co Ky; m. (2) HAROLD N TODD, October 14, 1983, Salina Tenn, Clay Co; d. June 17, 1989.

                  ii.    CECIL LEE JENKINS.

                 iii.    EUGENE OSBORNE JENKINS.

                 iv.    NINA JUANITA JENKINS, m. LUCIEN ALVIN CARRIER; b. April 25, 1908, Ky; d. February 21, 1982, Boyle Co Ky.

                  v.    HAROLD JENKINS.

 

 

110.  BIRDIE ANN6 TERRY (CHARLES CALVIN5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born June 30, 1892.  She married JOHN VICTORY DENHAM. 

       

Children of BIRDIE TERRY and JOHN DENHAM are:

                   i.    EDITH7 DENHAM, b. August 17, 1912.

                  ii.    RUSSELL DENHAM, b. April 08, 1908.

                 iii.    CARL DENHAM.

197.          iv.    JAMES ROSCO DENHAM, b. December 04, 1914.

 

 

111.  CECIL6 TERRY (CHARLES CALVIN5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born August 04, 1906 in Lincoln co ky, and died April 11, 1983 in Lincoln co ky.  He married SABRA YOCUM September 29, 1929 in Lincoln Co, daughter of SAMUEL YOCUM and LAURA DEVORE.  She was born November 13, 1910 in Lincoln co ky, and died April 25, 1986 in Lincoln co ky.

 

Notes for SABRA YOCUM:

SABRA YOCUM:

                                                                                                                                                                                        Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - April 27, 1986

   Deceased Name: STANFORD - Sabra Yocum Terry

   STANFORD - Sabra Yocum Terry, 75, of Route 1, Hustonville, widow of Cecil Terry, died Friday at her home, apparently of a heart attack. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Green River Pentecostal Church, McKinney. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. today at the church. Fox Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 

More About SABRA YOCUM:

Burial: April 28, 1986, Buffalo Springs Cem. Stanford, Lincoln Co. Ky.

Cause of Death: Heart Attack

Religion: Green River Pentecostal Ch. Lincoln Co. Ky.

       

 

       

Children of CECIL TERRY and SABRA YOCUM are:

                   i.    RUBY7 VERLTERRY, b. October 29, 1931, Lincoln Co. Ky; m. LENARD CARPENTER; b. May 20, 1929; d. July 13, 1993, Cincinati Hamalton Co. OH.

                  ii.    RUTH MERL TERRY, b. May 31, 1933, Lincoln co ky; d. May 31, 1933, Lincoln co ky.

                 iii.    RONALD CALVIN TERRY, b. June 08, 1937, Lincoln co ky; m. (1) CHRISTINA "ANN" SCHARBROUGH, December 23, 1960, Huntsville, Scott Co. Tenn; b. December 18, 1938, Lincoln co ky; m. (2) EVELYN C. JENKINS, July 01, 1978; b. March 12, 1932, Lincoln co ky.

 

Notes for RONALD CALVIN TERRY:

                       Ronald Calvin Terry                                                                                  Ronald Terry was born on the headwaters of Green River, on Miracle and Gerkey Rd.  Grand Father Sam Yocum give to my dad and mom acre about 1939. My dad build a new two room house on this one acre property (Uncle Bill bough  from dad) Raymond and Kenneth was born at this place.  In 1943 World War II had begun and dad moved his family to Detroit Mich. To work in defence plan making tanks for theWar. On Dec.31,1944 Charlie Logan was born. I started school in Detroit went to the Frist and second grades there in about 1944 we moved back to Lin. Co. Ky. on Trusty Rd. Frist house on right. About 1945 Cecil and Sabra Terry  bought one arce, with a new four room house on Peck Hollow Rd. Lin. Co. Ky. from Tobb Robbins, In 1949 Dad had Carl Yocum to build a store for Sabra on this property ,She ran it from 1949 to 1965. Larry Mitchell Terry was born at this on Sept. 23, 1951. Dad pass on 4-11-1983 and Mom pass on 4-25-1986. Larry Mitchell Terry bought the old Place in May 1986.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In 1954 Ronald quit school and went to Cincinnati, Ohio to work at Powell Vale Co. Moved back to Lin. Co.    Ky. worked at Stanford Creamee, Moved to Gary, Ind. worked U.S. Steel. Went back to Cinn. in 1957,got job at GE Co. On July 27, 1960 went into the Army Fort Knox Ky. then To Fort Lewis, Wash. The 8th Inf. went to Germany in June 1962, I was there about 5 wk. and came back Fort Lewis for discharge in July 1962, Tina was born in Wash. on March 22,1961after discharge went back to GE Co. worked till 1969. Branda and Robert was born in Dayton, Ohio.  In 1969 moved back to Ky. went to work at Ky. State Prison, then RC Co., Jim Pyle Co. Jackson Chair Co. worked for self Trucking, Ephraim McDowell Hosp. American Tree Co, and retired  from Lincoln Co. Jail in 1997.   In Dec. 1977 Christina and Ron. busted up she went her way and I went mine. Met Evelyn "Jenkins" Correll, We got married July 1,1978. (I think she is the best woman in the world).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ronald Terry petition the Masonic Lodge  in 1976, McKinney Lodge #631, He recived the First Degree "Entered Apprentice Degree" on Jan. 1, 1977, He then was passed to the Second Degree "Fellow Craft Degree" on May 7, 1977, And was raised to the Third Degree "Master Mason Degree" on Aug. 20,1977, There was about 8 other men at the McKinney High School Gym. Transfered member ship to Waynesburg Lodge #328 in March 3,1979, Ron. was Senior Deacon 1980, Junior Warren 1981 & 1982, Senior Warden 1983, and Master of Waynesburg Lodge #328 for the year of 1984.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

More About RONALD CALVIN TERRY:

Baptism: September 10, 1978, Fairview Baptist, Halls Gap, Ky.

Military service: July 27, 1960, Fort Lewis, Price Co. Wash.

Religion     Baptist: 1978, Pleasant Point Baptist, Kings Mtn. Ky.

Retirement: 1997, Lincoln Co. Jail, (Cheif Deputy) Stanford, Ky.

Ronald Calvin Terry: June 08, 1937, Lincoln Co. Ky.

 

More About EVELYN C. JENKINS:

Baptism: Abt. 1942, South Fork Creek Lincoln Co. Ky.

Religion     Baptist: PLeasand Point Baptist Lincoln Co. Ky.

 

 

198.          iv.    RAYMOND LEE TERRY, b. March 17, 1939, Lincoln co ky; d. April 10, 2003, Freedom, Owen Co. In.

                  v.    CHARLIE LOGAN TERRY.

                 vi.    LARRY MITCHELL TERRY.

 

 

112.  SADIE6 TERRY (CHARLES CALVIN5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born March 01, 1909, and died November 15, 1955 in Detorit Mich.  She married GORDON E. BARTON.  He was born October 21, 1909 in Logan Co. Ky, and died August 19, 1980 in Warren Co. Ky...

       

Children of SADIE TERRY and GORDON BARTON are:

                   i.    BETTY JOYCE7 BARTON.

                  ii.    GLEEN BARTON.

 

 

113.  IRENE6 TERRY (CHARLES CALVIN5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born December 14, 1911, and died December 23, 2000 in Detorit Mich.  She married OTIS ROBBS.  He was born April 18, 1906, and died July 1970 in Detorit Mich...

       

Children of IRENE TERRY and OTIS ROBBS are:

                   i.    DOUG7 ROBBS.

                  ii.    ROGER ROBBS.

 

 

114.  HUGH6 TERRY (CHARLES CALVIN5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born June 12, 1904 in Lincoln co ky, and died July 10, 1983 in Lincoln co ky.  He married DELLA HOGUE May 29, 1929 in Lincoln Co, daughter of LUTHER HOGUE and NANNIE GOOCH.  She was born July 26, 1903 in Lincoln Co. Ky, and died April 19, 2002 in Erlanger, Kenton Co. Ky.

 

Notes for DELLA HOGUE:

                             Della H. Terry

 

                             Obituaries for April 21

                             Danville Advocate Messenger

 

   STANFORD -- Della Hogue Terry, 98, of Kings Mountain, died Friday at Villaspring Health Care Center, Erlanger.

   Born July 26, 1903, in Kings Mountain, she was a daughter of the late Luther and Nannie Gooch Hogue. She was a homemaker and a member of Locust Grove Baptist Church.

   She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh "Red" Terry, and a son, Donald Terry.

   Survivors include two sons, Norman Terry of Stanford and Glen Terry of Martinsville, Ind.; four daughters, Thelma Sims of Kings Mountain, Mary Lou Williams of Stanford, Dencie Riggs of Erlanger and Susan Whalen of Davison, Mich.; two sisters, Ruby Roberts of Stanford and Mayme Peek of

Kings Mountain; 21 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

   Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fox Funeral Home by John Dean.

   Burial will be in K.P. Hall Cemetery.

   Pallbearers will be grandsons.

   Visitation will be 6-9 p.m. Monday.

 

         Della H. Terry

         Obituaries for April 22                    

   STANFORD -- Services for Della Hogue Terry, 98, of Kings Mountain will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Locust Grove Baptist Church by John Dean. Burial will be in K.P. Hall Cemetery. (This is a change in the funeral

location.)

   She died Friday at Villaspring Health Care Center, Erlanger.

   Pallbearers will be grandsons.

   Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today at Fox Funeral Home and 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday at the church.

 

       

Children of HUGH TERRY and DELLA HOGUE are:

                   i.    NORMAN7 TERRY, b. June 06, 1930, Lincoln co ky; m. ANNIE MAE SALYERS; b. 1931, Casey Co. Ky.

                  ii.    SUSAN TERRY, b. October 16, 1931, Lincoln co ky; m. LEROY T. "LEE" WHALEN, January 20, 1951.

                 iii.    DENCIE TERRY, b. July 19, 1933, Lincoln co ky; m. REX RIGGS.

                 iv.    MARY LOU TERRY, b. December 06, 1935, Lincoln co ky; m. KENNETH WILLIAMS, August 04, 1951, Lincoln Co; b. October 28, 1929, Lincoln co ky.

                  v.    WILMA TERRY, b. December 27, 1937, Lincoln co ky; d. December 29, 1937, Lincoln co ky.

                 vi.    GLENN TERRY, b. January 19, 1940, Lincoln co ky; m. ANNETTE (HAMILTON) JOHNSON.

                vii.    DONALD TERRY, b. March 05, 1946; d. August 06, 1985; m. NELDA SUE WATSON..

199.        viii.    THELMA J. TERRY, b. December 27, 1937, Lincoln co ky.

 

 

115.  NOAH G6 HUTCHISON (SARAH ELIZABETH5 TERRY, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born July 04, 1896 in Highland   Ky, and died August 02, 1985 in Stanford KY.  He married GEORGIA HILL YOUNG 1922 in Neal Creek, daughter of MONTE YOUNG and BETTIE ADAMS.  She was born May 16, 1904 in Stanford KY, and died February 27, 1978 in Stanford KY.

       

Children are listed above under (92) Georgia Hill Young.

 

116.  DAISY6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1889.  She married CHARLEY RICE COOK.  He was born 1884.

       

Children of DAISY TERRY and CHARLEY COOK are:

                   i.    JAMES WILLIAM7 COOK.

                  ii.    SERENIE COOK.

                 iii.    FREDA COOK.

                 iv.    CHARLES CALVIN COOK.

                  v.    CARSON COOK.

                 vi.    MARIE COOK.

                vii.    MARY ADOLENE COOK.

               viii.    SARAH CHRISTINE COOK.

                  ix.    CARL COOK.

                   x.    LLOYD COOK.

                  xi.    RAYMOND EUGENE COOK.

 

 

117.  MINNIE6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1890, and died 1990.  She married (1) JOHN LOGAN BAUGH, son of DAVID BAUGH and MARGARET MURPHY.  He was born 1878, and died 1917.  She married (2) LESLIE JACKSON BAUGH, son of DAVID BAUGH and MARGARET MURPHY.  He was born October 08, 1891, and died June 27, 1961.

       

Child of MINNIE TERRY and JOHN BAUGH is:

                   i.    IVAN FOSTER7 BAUGH.

 

       

Children of MINNIE TERRY and LESLIE BAUGH are:

                  ii.    DAVID HARFORT7 BAUGH.

                 iii.    OPAL ELLEN BAUGH.

                 iv.    OVIS BAUGH.

                  v.    OPHELIA BAUGH.

                 vi.    DENVER BAUGH.

                vii.    WILLIAM BERNARD BAUGH.

               viii.    LESLIE BAUGH.

                  ix.    ROSCOE BAUGH.

                   x.    EDWARD BRADLEY BAUGH.

 

 

118.  MARY ELZABETH6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1892.  She married ELMER LEO LONG. 

       

Children of MARY TERRY and ELMER LONG are:

                   i.    JEWELL7 LONG.

                  ii.    ROSCOE LONG.

 

 

119.  NOAHIE CALVIN6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1895.  He married CLOE FARMER.  She was born 1897.

       

Children of NOAHIE TERRY and CLOE FARMER are:

                   i.    MARY MARGARET7 TERRY.

                  ii.    WILLIAM DINK TERRY.

                 iii.    VIRGINIA TERRY.

 

 

120.  WILLIAM H III6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1910.  He married HELEN FRANCES BAKER.  She was born 1910.

       

Children of WILLIAM TERRY and HELEN BAKER are:

                   i.    BILLY FRANK7 TERRY.

                  ii.    MARJORIE TERRY.

                 iii.    MARY LOU TERRY.

                 iv.    BARBARA SUSAN TERRY.

                  v.    JAMES WILLARD TERRY.

 

 

121.  UNA6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born February 05, 1913, and died July 18, 1936 in Cumberland Falls, Ky...  He married PEARL JACKSON. 

       

Child of UNA TERRY and PEARL JACKSON is:

                   i.    JANETTE7 TERRY.

 

 

122.  HARRY6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1919.  He married VIOLA ANN ZIEPFEL. 

       

Child of HARRY TERRY and VIOLA ZIEPFEL is:

                   i.    HAROLD PHILLIP7 TERRY.

 

 

123.  PAULINE6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1)  She married BIRDIE BROWN. 

       

Children of PAULINE TERRY and BIRDIE BROWN are:

                   i.    WILMA JEAN7 BROWN.

                  ii.    ROBERT FEANCIS BROWN.

                 iii.    BUDDIE BROWN.

 

 

124.  PEACHIE6 TERRY (WILLIAM HENDERSON5, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born 1900.  She married WILIAM CLAUDE ROGERS, son of FORCH ROGERS.  He was born 1893.

       

Children of PEACHIE TERRY and WILIAM ROGERS are:

200.            i.    MARY KATHRINE7 ROGERS, b. September 17, 1919.

201.           ii.    ROY LEE ROGERS, b. April 29, 1918; d. May 05, 1996.

202.          iii.    PATRICIA ROGERS, b. November 17, 1925.

                 iv.    FRANCES ROGERS.

203.           v.    DOROTHY LOUISE ROGERS, b. March 21, 1931.

                 vi.    VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS, b. December 06, 1927; m. ALICE MARION HUBBARD, April 02, 1945; b. December 22, 1927.

                vii.    BERTIE EUGENE ROGERS.

               viii.    VICTOR HAROLD ROGERS, m. ALICE HUBBARD.

                  ix.    STELLA GRACE ROGERS, b. October 23, 1921; d. January 04, 1922.

                   x.    WILIAM JR ROGERS, b. October 11, 1923; d. December 04, 1923.

                  xi.    LARRY SCOTT ROGERS.

                 xii.    VICTOR ROGERS, m. ALICE MARION HUBBARD; b. December 22, 1927.

204.         xiii.    NORMA JEAN ROGERS, b. April 23, 1933; d. October 01, 1971.

205.         xiv.    FRIEDA ROGERS, b. March 27, 1921.

 

 

125.  WALTER WILLIAM6 DENHAM (LELAR A.5 TERRY, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born April 12, 1912, and died April 23, 1982 in Danville, Boyle, Co. Ky.  He married ANGIE BELL COTTRELL October 15, 1938 in Lincoln Co.  She was born June 11, 1921 in Lincoln co ky.

       

Children of WALTER DENHAM and ANGIE COTTRELL are:

                   i.    WILLIAM EARL7 DENHAM, b. July 15, 1939.

                  ii.    VERNON DENHAM, b. September 29.

                 iii.    LESLIE DENHAM, b. October 10, 1943.

                 iv.    JOYCE ANN DENHAM, b. June 13, 1947.

                  v.    HAROLD MARION DENHAM, b. December 19, 1949.

                 vi.    ANGEIN MARIE DENHAM, b. January 17, 1954.

 

 

126.  THOMAS J. "TJ"6 DENHAM (LELAR A.5 TERRY, ELIZABETH ANN4 BAUGH, NANCY3 NEWELL, TEMPERANCE TEMPY2 BASTIN, THOMAS1) was born July 17, 1910 in Lincoln co ky, and died February 19, 1970 in boyle co ky.  He married GLADYS MURPHY November 18, 1933 in Lincoln Co, daughter of ALLEN MURPHY and IDA COFFMAN.  She was born May 04, 1914 in Lincoln co ky, and died August 11, 2000 in Lincoln co ky.

 

Notes for GLADYS MURPHY:

        Gladys Murphy:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Stanford,  I.J. Paper:                              D. Aug 11-2000                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Glady Denham, 85 of Hustonville, died Friday Aug. 11, 2000 at her home.Born May 14,1915, in Lincoln County, she was the daughter of the late Alan and Ida Murph. The widow of T.J. Denham, she was a former homemaker, retired from Liberty Sportswear and a member of Stanford Church of Christ.                    She is survived by two daughters, Carolyn Denham of Hustonville and Velma Coffey of McKinney, a brother, Claude Murphy of Mount Salem, a sister, Bertie Jefferies of Mt. Salem, Tree grandchildren, six great--grandchildren, one great-great grandchild. She was preceded in death by a son, Marvin Denham.       Services will be 2.00 P.M. Monday at Spurlin Funeral Home. Burial will be in Buffalo Springs Cemetery    Visitation is 4.00 till 9.00 P.M. today at the funeral home.                                                                               Pallbearers will be Roy Weaver, Lawrence Weaver, Glen Jefferies, W.E. Denham,Harold Denham and James Davis.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

More About GLADYS MURPHY:

Burial: August 14, 2000, Buffalo Spring Cem. Stanford, Lin. Co. Ky.

       

 

       

Children of THOMAS DENHAM and GLADYS MURPHY are:

                   i.    VELMA7 DENHAM, b. January 29, 1935; m. KENNETH COFFEY, September 24, 1955, Lincoln Co; b. February 02, 1935, Lincoln co ky; d. October 1997, Lincoln co ky.

                  ii.    MARVIN DENHAM, b. January 25, 1937.

                 iii.    CAROLYN DENHAM, b. November 27, 1951.

 

 

127.  MILLRED INA6 DENHAM (LELAR A.5 T