Descendants of William of Douglas

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. WILLIAM OF1 DOUGLAS was born 1174, and died 1213.

Child of WILLIAM OF DOUGLAS is:

2. i. ARCHIBALD2 DOUGLAS, b. 1213; d. 1240.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. ARCHIBALD2 DOUGLAS (WILLIAM OF1) was born 1213, and died 1240.

Children of ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS are:

3. i. SIR WILLIAM3 DOUGLAS, b. 1240.

ii. ANDREW DOUGLAS, b. 1240.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. SIR WILLIAM3 DOUGLAS (ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1240.

Children of SIR WILLIAM DOUGLAS are:

4. i. SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4 DOUGLAS, d. 1298, London England.

ii. HUGH DOUGLAS.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4. SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4 DOUGLAS (SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) died 1298 in London England.

 

Notes for SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF DOUGLAS:

Sir William 'Le Hardi' of Douglas was the son of Sir William of Douglas.1 He died in 1298 at London, England, as a prisoner.1

Children of Sir William 'Le Hardi' of Douglas

1. Sir Archibald Douglas+ d. 19 Jul 13331

2. James Douglas+ d. 13301

3. Hugh Douglas b. b 12981

 

Children of SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF DOUGLAS are:

5. i. SIR ARCHIBALD5 DOUGLAS, d. July 19, 1333, Slain.

ii. JAMES DOUGLAS, b. 1330.

iii. HUGH DOUGLAS, b. 1298.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5. SIR ARCHIBALD5 DOUGLAS (SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) died July 19, 1333 in Slain. He married BEATRICE LINDSAY, daughter of SIR ALEXANDER DE LINDSAY.

 

Notes for SIR ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS:

Sir Archibald Douglas was the son of Sir William 'Le Hardi' of Douglas.2 He married Beatrice Lindsay, daughter of Sir Alexander de Lindsay.3 He died on 19 July 1333, slain.1

Sir Archibald Douglas held the office of Regent of Scotland between April 1333 and July 1333.1

Children of Sir Archibald Douglas and Beatrice Lindsay

1Sir Alexander de Lindsay+ 4

2.William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas+ b. c 1330, d. May 13841

 

Children of SIR DOUGLAS and BEATRICE LINDSAY are:

6. i. WILLIAM6 DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF DOUGLAS, b. 1330; d. 1384.

ii. SIR ALEXANDER DE LINDSAY.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6. WILLIAM6 DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF DOUGLAS (SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1330, and died 1384. He married (1) COUNTESS OF MAR MARGARET, daughter of DONALD MAR and ISABELLA STEWART. He married (2) MARGARET STEWART, COUNTESS OF ANGUS 1857, daughter of 8TH DONALD and ISABELLA STEWART.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF DOUGLAS:

William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas1

M, #109487, b. circa 1330, d. May 1384

 

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William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas was born circa 1330.1 He was the son of Sir Archibald Douglas and Beatrice Lindsay.2 He married Margaret, Countess of Mar, daughter of Donald, 8th Earl of Mar and Isabella Stewart, before 13 November 1357.2 He died in May 1384 at Douglas, Scotland.1 He was buried at Melrose, Roxburghshire, Scotland.2

On 26 May 1342 he inherited the vast Douglas family estates from his uncle, Hugh Douglas.1 In August 1353 he slew his kinsman, William Douglas.1 He fought in the Battle of Poitiers on 19 September 1356, where he was wounded.1 As a result of his marriage, William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas was styled as Earl of Mar before 13 November 1357. He was created 1st Earl of Douglas [SCOTLAND] on 26 January 1357/58.2 He held the office of Warden of the Marches.2 He has an extensive biographical entry in the Dictionary of Nationary Biography.3

Children of William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas and Margaret, Countess of Mar

1. James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas+ b. c 1358, d. 14 Aug 13881

2. Isabel Douglas, Countess of Mar b. c 1360, d. 14084

Child of William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas and Margaret Stewart, Countess of Angus

1. George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus+ b. b 1378, d. a Sep 14022

 

Children of WILLIAM DOUGLAS and COUNTESS MARGARET are:

i. ISABEL7 DOUGLAS, COUNTESS OF MAR, b. 1360.

ii. JAMES DOUGLAS, 2ND EARL OF DOUGLAS, b. 1358.

 

Child of WILLIAM DOUGLAS and MARGARET STEWART is:

7. iii. GEORGE7 DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF ANGUS, b. Bef. 1378; d. September 1402, England.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

7. GEORGE7 DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF ANGUS (WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Bef. 1378, and died September 1402 in England. He married LADY MARY STEWART..

 

Notes for GEORGE DOUGLAS, 1ST EARL OF ANGUS:

George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus was born before 1378 illegitimately.2 He was the son of William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas and Margaret Stewart, Countess of Angus.3,2 A contract for the marriage of George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus and Lady Mary Stewart was signed on 24 May 1397.1 He died after September 1402 at England from the Bubonic Plague.4,5

George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus was created 1st Earl of Angus [SCOTLAND] on 9 April 1389.4 He fought in the Battle of Homildon Hill on 14 September 1402, where he was captured by the English.4

Children of George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus and Lady Mary Stewart

1. Lady Elizabeth Douglas+ 1

2. William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus+ b. c 1398, d. Oct 14371

 

Child of GEORGE DOUGLAS and LADY STEWART. is:

8. i. WILLIAM8 DOUGLAS, 2ND EARL OF ANGUS, b. 1398; d. 1437.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

8. WILLIAM8 DOUGLAS, 2ND EARL OF ANGUS (GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1398, and died 1437. He married MARGARET HAYS December 12, 1410, daughter of SIR LOCHORWART and ALICE.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DOUGLAS, 2ND EARL OF ANGUS:

 

William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus was born circa 1398.1 He was the son of George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus and Lady Mary Stewart.1 He married Margaret Hay, daughter of Sir William Hay of Lochorwart and Alice (?), on 3 December 1414.2,3 He and Margaret Hay were engaged on 12 December 1410.2 He died in October 1437.2

William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus succeeded to the title of 2nd Earl of Angus [S., 1389] in 1402.2 In 1423 he was one of the negotiators for the release of King James I.2 He held the office of Ambassador to England in 1430.2 He held the office of Warden of the Middle Marches in 1433.2 He fought in the Battle of Piperdon on 10 September 1436, where he defeated the English.2,3 He has an extensive biographical entry in the Dictionary of Nationary Biography.4

Children of William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus and Margaret Hay

1. George Douglas, 4th Earl of Angus+ d. 14 Nov 14622

2. William Douglas d. 14755

3. Hugh Douglas d. 14665

4. Elene Douglas+ d. a 20 Nov 14865

5. James Douglas, 3rd Earl of Angus b. b 1428, d. b 9 Sep 14462

 

Children of WILLIAM DOUGLAS and MARGARET HAYS are:

9. i. GEORGE9 DOUGLAS, 4TH EARL OF ANGUS, d. November 14, 1462.

ii. JAMES DOUGLAS, 3RD EARL OF ANGUS, b. 1428.

iii. HUGH DOUGLAS.

iv. ELENE DOUGLAS.

v. WILLIAM DOUGLAS.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

9. GEORGE9 DOUGLAS, 4TH EARL OF ANGUS (WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) died November 14, 1462. He married ISABEL SIBBALD, daughter of SIR JOHN SIBBALD.

 

Notes for GEORGE DOUGLAS, 4TH EARL OF ANGUS:

George Douglas, 4th Earl of Angus was the son of William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus and Margaret Hay.1 He married Isabel Sibbald, daughter of Sir John Sibbald, before 1446.1 He died on 14 November 1462.1 He was also reported to have died on 12 March 1462/63.2 He was buried at Abernethy, Perthshire, Scotland.1

George Douglas, 4th Earl of Angus also went by the nick-name of 'Red Douglas'.3 He succeeded to the title of 4th Earl of Angus [S., 1389] before 9 September 1446.1 He was a Commissioner to conclude a treaty with England in 1449.1 He held the office of Ambassador to England in 1451.2 In 1454 he adherred to King James II during the Douglas rebellion, and was rewarded with large grants of lands of that family.1 He was a Commissioner to conclude a treaty with England in 1459.1 In 1460 he was accounted the head of the party known as the 'Old Lords' during the minority of King James III.1 He fought in the Battle of Alnwick in 1462, where he obtained a victory over the English.1 He has an extensive biographical entry in the Dictionary of Nationary Biography.4

 

Children of GEORGE DOUGLAS and ISABEL SIBBALD are:

10. i. ARCHIBALD10 DOUGLAS, 5TH EARL OF ANGUS, b. 1453; d. Bet. 1513 - 1514, St Ninian, Galloway Scotland.

ii. MARGARET DOUGLAS.

iii. LADY ANNE DOUGLAS.

iv. LADYJANET DOUGLAS.

v. LADY ELIZABETH DOUGLAS.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

10. ARCHIBALD10 DOUGLAS, 5TH EARL OF ANGUS (GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1453, and died Bet. 1513 - 1514 in St Ninian, Galloway Scotland. He married (1) ELIZABETH BOYD, daughter of ROBERT BOYD and MARIOT MAXWELL. He married (2) JANET KENNEDY, daughter of JOHN KENNEDY and LADY GORDON. He married (3) KATHERINE STIRLING, daughter of SIR STIRLING and MARGARET CRICHTON.

 

Notes for ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, 5TH EARL OF ANGUS:

Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus1

M, #109559, b. circa 1453, d. between 29 November 1513 and 31 January 1514

 

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Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus was born circa 1453.1 He was the son of George Douglas, 4th Earl of Angus and Isabel Sibbald.1 He and Catherine Seton were engaged on 30 September 1461.1 He married, firstly, Elizabeth Boyd, daughter of Robert Boyd, 1st Lord Boyd of Kilmarnock and Mariot Maxwell, on 4 March 1467/68.1 He married, secondly, Janet Kennedy, daughter of John Kennedy, 2nd Lord Kennedy and Lady Elizabeth Gordon, circa 1498.1 He married, thirdly, Katherine Stirling, daughter of Sir William Stirling, 2nd of Keir and Margaret Crichton, on 1 June 1500.2 He and Katherine Stirling were separated before 1513.1 He died between 29 November 1513 and 31 January 1514 at Priory of St. Ninian, Galloway, Scotland.1

Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus also went by the nick-name of 'The Great Earl'.1 Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus also went by the nick-name of 'Bell the Cat' for his courage in initiating opposition to King James III's favourites at court.1 He succeeded to the title of 5th Earl of Angus [S., 1389] on 14 November 1462.1 He was created 1st Lord Douglas [SCOTLAND] in 1475/76.3 He held the office of Warden of the East Marches on 11 April 1481.1 He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.).1 He held the office of High Chancellor [Scotland] between 1493 and 1498.1 His marriage to Janet Kennedy was annulled circa 1499.1 Cokayne writes that "his advice to the King against the fatal engagement at Flodden being insultingly received, he quitted the field shortly before the fight, bidding his two sons remain, both of whom were there slain, with their King."1

Known as the great earl

Children of ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS and ELIZABETH BOYD are:

11. i. MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, b. 1476, Kilmaurs, Ayr, Scorland.

12. ii. ELIZABETH DOUGLAS, b. 1478.

iii. JANET DOUGLAS, b. 1480.

iv. GEORGE DOUGLAS, b. 1469.

v. WILLIAM DOUGLAS, b. 1470.

vi. GAVIN DOUGLAS, b. 1475.

vii. ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, b. 1475.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

11. MARJORY11 DOUGLAS (ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1476 in Kilmaurs, Ayr, Scorland. She married CULTBERT CUNNINGHAM 1492, son of ROBERT CUNNINGHAM and CHRISTIAN LINDSEY. He was born July 19, 1476 in Glencairn, Nithsdale, Dumfries, Scotland, and died 1540.

 

Notes for MARJORY DOUGLAS:

Lady Marion Douglas was also known as Mariot Douglas.1 From 24 June 1492, her married name became CunninghamLady Marion Douglas1

F, #109736, b. between 1470 and 1477

 

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Lady Marion Douglas was born between 1470 and 1477. She was the daughter of Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Boyd.1 A contract for the marriage of Lady Marion Douglas and Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn was signed on 24 June 1492.1

Lady Marion Douglas was also known as Mariot Douglas.1 From 24 June 1492, her married name became Cunningham.1

 

 

Notes for CULTBERT CUNNINGHAM:

n 1220 Malcolm, son of Fergus de Cunninghame, founds Cunningham branch of Ranfurly. Richard de Cunningham's son Harvey distinguishes himself against the Norwegians in 1263 at the Battle of Largs near Ayrshire's coast. In 1264 Richard is granted Kilmaurs by Alexander III. Edward Cunningham, father of Reginald Cunningham, founder of the Cunningham branch of Glengarnock dies in 1290. In 1295 Robert Cunningham fights along with Robert the Bruce against John Balliol, and becomes the founder of the Cunninghams of Polmaise. Robert Cunningham, the nephew of Edward Cunningham, is beheaded by the English, his head placed atop the tower of Lochmaban Castle in 1299.

1306-1398

In 1306 Robert the Bruce proclaims himself King of Scots; a Robert Cunningham declares for Bruce. In 1314 Edward II is defeated at Bannockburn. James Cunningham, son of Gilbert, is granted Hassendean in Roxburghshire by Robert the Bruce in 1318. Two years later Robert Cunningham is granted lands in Cunninghame, Lambruchtan and Grugar by Bruce.

 

Sir William Cunningham (I), son of Hugh de Cunninghame, sits in the Scottish Parliament in 1344. Two years later the Scottish King David II is captured by English at the Battle of Neville's Cross; Robert, grandson of Hugh de Cunninghame, gives himself as ransom for the king. Robert's brother, Thomas, becomes ancestor of the Cunninghams of Caprington, Enterkine, and Bedland.

 

In 1366, Sir William Cunningham (I) is made Earl of Carrick. Eight years later he is made Sheriff of Ayr but dies sometime between 1396 and 1399. His son, Sir William Cunningham (II), is knighted in 1384. One year later Sir William Cunningham (II) helps defeat the army of the Duke of Lancaster.

 

Hugh de Cunninghame, son of Robert Cunningham, is granted Polquhairn in 1388. His son, Alexander, ancestor of the Cunninghams of Drumquhassil, Ballindaloch, Balbougie, and Banton, dies. Sir William Cunningham (II) obtains Danielston, Kilmarnock, Finlaystone and Glencairn in 1390 and eight years later is granted the Barony of Redhall by Robert III.

1409-1499

Sir William Cunningham (II) is made Sheriff of Ayr in 1409. Margaret, the wife of Sir William Cunningham (II) dies, and he marries Margory Mary Stewart, daughter of King Robert III. In September of 1413, Sir William Cunningham (II) dies.

 

Between 1418-26, William Cunningham (III), second son of Sir William Cunningham (II), becomes perpetual Vicar of Dundonald and Canon of Glasgow. He is the ancestor of the Cunninghams of Cunninghamhead. In 1421 Henry Cunningham, third son of Sir William Cunningham (II), fights in the Battle of Beauge. Three years later Sir Robert Cunningham, 1st son of Sir William Cunningham (II), gives himself as ransom for King James I. On May 21st, 1424, Sir Robert is knighted by King James I.

 

The next year Sir Robert Cunningham serves on the jury of Murdock Stewart Duke of Albany, regent during James I's captivity, who made little effort to get the king released. Sir Robert's son, Archibald Cunningham, receives Waterton. In August 1430, Sir Robert Cunningham shares a joint commission with his wife's brother, Sir Alexander Montgomery, to govern and defend Kintyre and Knapdale.

 

In 1448 Sir Alexander Montgomery, Sir Robert Cunningham's brother-in-law, is made Bailie of Cunninghame, a title which belonged to Sir Robert Cunningham. This event sparked the bloody Montgomery-Cunningham feud. In the years 1452 to 1455 Sir Alexander Cunningham, son of Sir Robert Cunningham, helps King James II defeat the Douglas' and is granted the Barony of Kilmaurs, and the lands of Kilmarnock, Hilton, Finlaystone and Glencairn. His 2nd son, William Cunningham becomes ancestor of the Cunninghams of Craigends, Robertland, Cairncurin, Bedlaw, Auchinharvie and Auchenyards. For his service to the king, Sir Alexander Cunningham is made Bailie of Cunninghame in 1458, frustrating the Montgomerys.

 

In 1460, Sir Alexander is accused of collaborating with a traitor, but is acquitted when King James III comes to his defense. Sir Alexander is recognized as Lord Kilmaurs by King James III in 1462 and sits in Parliament from 1464 to 1488. In 1484, Sir Alexander, son of Sir Robert Cunningham, officially moves the seat of Clan Cunningham to Finlaystone. In May of 1488, Sir Alexander Cunningham is made 1st Earl of Glencairn by royal charter, and receives Drummond and Duchray in Lennox for helping to defeat the rebels at Blackness. In June, Sir Alexander Cunningham and his king, James III, are killed at the Battle of Sauchieburn. In October, King James IV revokes all titles given by his father. Sir Alexander Cunningham's son and heir, Robert Cunningham, is stripped of his title of 2nd Earl of Glencairn, but retains the earlier title of 2nd Lord Kilmaurs. The Montgomerys burn down the Cunningham's Kerelaw Castle.

Robert Cunningham, 2nd Earl of Glencairn, sits in Parliament in 1489, but dies three years later. His son, Cuthbert, becomes 3rd Lord Kilmaurs. Hugh of Eglinton, Lord Montgomery, is made Bailie of Cunninghame in 1498, and in 1499 Cuthbert Cunningham, leads the Clan in an attack on Irvine.

3. Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn; married (contract dated 24 June 1492) to Lady Mariot or Marion Douglas (died after Jul 1511), eldest daughter of Archibald, 5th Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Boyd. Cuthbert died between 23 May 1540 and May 1541.

The Dictionary of National Biography wrongly calls Cuthbert Robert. He had a number of charters as Lord Kilmaurs but had regained his grandfather's earldom by 1503. He tried unsuccessfully to rescue King James V from the control of the Douglas family, but was defeated at Linlithgow on 4 September 1526.

Children:

" William Cunningham, 4th Earl of Glencairn (#4)

" Lady Margaret Cuningham; married before 7 November 1534 to James Lyle, Master of Lyle (died after 20 July 1551).

Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn1

M, #109737, d. circa 1540/41

 

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Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn was the son of Robert Cunningham, 2nd Earl of Glencairn and Christina Lindsay. A contract for the marriage of Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn and Lady Marion Douglas was signed on 24 June 1492.1 He died circa 1540/41.

Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn gained the title of 3rd Earl of Glencairn.1

Child of Cuthbert Cunningham, 3rd Earl of Glencairn

1. William Cunningham, 4th Earl of Glencairn+ b. c 1493, d. bt Mar 1547 - 1548

 

Child of MARJORY DOUGLAS and CULTBERT CUNNINGHAM is:

13. i. ALEXANDER12 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1498, Scotland.

 

 

12. ELIZABETH11 DOUGLAS (ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1478. She married ROBERT LYLE June 19, 1493.

Child of ELIZABETH DOUGLAS and ROBERT LYLE is:

i. AGNES12 LYLE.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

13. ALEXANDER12 CUNNINGHAM (MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1498 in Scotland. He married MARY ROBINSON. She was born in Scotland.

Children of ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM and MARY ROBINSON are:

14. i. JOHN13 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1529, Scotland; d. 1602, Scotland.

ii. HELEN CUNNINGHAM, b. 1523.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

14. JOHN13 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1529 in Scotland, and died 1602 in Scotland. He married SARAH WALLACE 1566 in Ireland. She was born 1531 in Scotland.

Child of JOHN CUNNINGHAM and SARAH WALLACE is:

15. i. JOSEPH14 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1568, Ireland; d. 1637, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 14

 

15. JOSEPH14 CUNNINGHAM (JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1568 in Ireland, and died 1637 in Ireland. He married NANCY BLESSINGTON 1605 in Ireland. She was born 1570 in Ireland.

Child of JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM and NANCY BLESSINGTON is:

16. i. DAVID15 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1607, Ireland; d. 1691, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 15

 

16. DAVID15 CUNNINGHAM (JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1607 in Ireland, and died 1691 in Ireland. He married RACHEL BRUCE 1651 in Ireland, daughter of WILLIAM BRUCE and RACHAEL JOHNSON. She was born 1612 in Scotland.

Children of DAVID CUNNINGHAM and RACHEL BRUCE are:

17. i. ALEXANDER16 CUNNINGHAM, b. Bet. 1653 - 1663, Scotland; d. 1749, Ireland.

18. ii. JAMES CUNNINGHAM, b. 1660.

 

 

Generation No. 16

 

17. ALEXANDER16 CUNNINGHAM (DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Bet. 1653 - 1663 in Scotland, and died 1749 in Ireland. He married (1) REBECCA BURNS in 1701. He married (2) REBECCA BURNS 1701 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland. She was born 1668 in Scotland.

 

Notes for ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM:

Alexander's sons were the progenitors of many of the early Cunningham families of Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. All these sons came to America in 1752, except Joseph. He held a trusted position in the British government. He visited relatives in America immediately prior to the

Revolution. His son, John, had come earlier and stayed. He was active in the affairs of the fledgling nation, serving the the Revolution.

 

Children of ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM and REBECCA BURNS are:

i. JAMES17 CUNNINGHAM.

ii. JOHN CUNNINGHAM.

iii. BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM.

iv. MARY CUNNINGHAM.

v. RUTH CUNNINGHAM.

19. vi. HUGH B. CUNNINGHAM, b. 1708, Dublin Ireland; d. 1789, Fairfax Co VA.

20. vii. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, b. 1713; d. 1784, Washington CO. PA.

21. viii. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. Bet. 1717 - 1721; d. 1789.

22. ix. DAVID CUNNINGHAM, b. 1721, Ireland; d. December 31, 1799, Dent's Run VA.

 

Children of ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM and REBECCA BURNS are:

23. x. JAMES17 CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1690, Ireland; d. Bet. January 16, 1761 - March 19, 1765, Augusta Co., VA.

24. xi. HUGH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1708, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland; d. 1782, Bryas Station, VA.

xii. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1721, Fairfax, VA; d. 1801; m. ELIZABETH HARRIS, 1743; b. 1723, Mayo Co. Ireland.

 

 

18. JAMES16 CUNNINGHAM (DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1660. He married (1) MARGARET UNKNOWN. He married (2) MARGARET UNK.

Child of JAMES CUNNINGHAM and MARGARET UNKNOWN is:

25. i. MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1694.

 

Child of JAMES CUNNINGHAM and MARGARET UNK is:

ii. MARGARET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1694, Ireland; d. 1754, Rockbridge, Co. Va; m. JOHN HOUSTON II; b. 1690, Ireland; d. 1754, Timber Ridge, Rockbridge County VA.

 

Notes for JOHN HOUSTON II:

the Houston's family was sent/went to the North of Ireland by King James I in the 1700s, but they came to the New World in 1730.

 

 

Generation No. 17

 

19. HUGH B.17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1708 in Dublin Ireland, and died 1789 in Fairfax Co VA. He married NANCY O'NEIL 1728. She was born in Ireland.

Children of HUGH CUNNINGHAM and NANCY O'NEIL are:

i. MARY18 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1729.

ii. ADAM CUNNINGHAM, b. March 18, 1744/45; d. 1797, Ritches Co West VA; m. RACHEL MORGAN; b. S. Branch Potmac River VA.

iii. EPHRAIM CUNNINGHAM, b. 1732.

iv. BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM, b. 1734.

v. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1735.

vi. WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, b. 1736.

vii. RACHEL CUNNINGHAM, b. 1738.

viii. DORCAS CUNNINGHAM, b. 1740.

ix. ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1742.

 

 

20. ROBERT17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1713, and died 1784 in Washington CO. PA. He married CATHERINE SINNETT 1734 in Weat VA. She was born 1713.

Children of ROBERT CUNNINGHAM and CATHERINE SINNETT are:

i. ELISHA18 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1738.

ii. BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM, b. 1740.

iii. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, b. 1742.

iv. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1744.

 

 

21. JOSEPH17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Bet. 1717 - 1721, and died 1789. He married ELISABETH HARRIS 1743 in Mayo CO , Ireland. She was born 1723 in Mayo Co. Ireland.

Child of JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM and ELISABETH HARRIS is:

26. i. JOHN18 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1745, Ireland; d. January 15, 1799, West VA.

 

 

22. DAVID17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1721 in Ireland, and died December 31, 1799 in Dent's Run VA. He married ANGELINE WILSON 1751 in Belfast Ireland.

 

Notes for DAVID CUNNINGHAM:

Rev David Cunningham emmigrated from Dublin Ireland in 1752 and became a Revolutionary Soldier in Capt Cunningham's CO. David was converted to Methodism by the great evangelist John Westley.

Influenced by John Wesley he entered the ministry after the Revolutionary War and returned to Culpepper VA. He died while holding a eligous meeting ib Dent's Run, VA with William Kendall.

Rev Kendall tied his body to his horse and reutrned him to his family in Culpepper.

Child of DAVID CUNNINGHAM and ANGELINE WILSON is:

i. WILLIAM18 CUNNINGHAM, b. July 04, 1764; d. 1789; m. SUSANNA BARBARA HANDYSHELL; b. England.

 

Notes for WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM:

William Cunningham Sr. was with George Washington At YorkTown and witnessed the surrender

of Cornwallis, who was a friend of the Cunningham Family in England

 

 

23. JAMES17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Abt. 1690 in Ireland, and died Bet. January 16, 1761 - March 19, 1765 in Augusta Co., VA. He married MARGARET UNKNOWN in BEF 1729?. She died in kerrs Creek, Rockbridge, Co. Va.

 

Notes for JAMES CUNNINGHAM:

Last Will And Testament of JAMES CUNNINGHAM ~ p. 382 ~ In the

name of God amen this the 16th Day of January 1760 and in the

Thirty Third year of his majesties Reign, I JAMES CUNNINGHAM of

Augusta County Collony and Dominion of Virginia Being in an

ordinary State of health praise to God But calling to mind the

mortality of my Body and know that it is appointed for all men

once to die first of all I recomand my Soul to be Buried in

Earth at the Descretion of my Executors and After all my Just &

lawful Debts being paid I Shall Dispose of my rail & Personal

estate in manner and form as followeth.

Item I give and bequeath unto my well beloved WIFE all my

rail & personal Estate during her natural Life or widowhood and

my Son MOSES to Live with her During life or widowhood & if my

Son MOSES should maray hes to have the plantation and if his

mother Dower not Like to live in the house with him he shall

build or cause to be built a comoduis house with all Necessary

convenances thereunto Belonging where She pleaseth upon the

plantation and Likewise to find her a Suffecencey of flower

meat malt & Salt to her Satisfaction and to cut and Lay

firewood convenient to her Door and Likewise to keep two cows

for her & one horse and if my son MOSES should Die before he

comes to maturity all is to remain at the Disposile of my

Margaret. I give and bequeath to HUGH CUNNINGHAM an English

Shilling and likewise to my daughter ELIZABETH and also to

JAMES CUNNINGHAM Son to my Son JACOB as also to JOHN CUNNINGHAM

Son to my Son ISAAC as also to my Daughter MARY and Likewise to

my Daughter ANNE Each and Every of of them to have on English

Shilling & I nominate constitute and appoint my WIFE and my Son

MOSES CUNNINGHAM to be executors of this my last will and test.

I Doe hereby Revoke Disalow & Disannull all other wills and

Test & testaments any where of I have hereunto Set my hand &

Sale this Day and year first above written.

N:B: The word underlined before Signing he is to have the

plantation.

Signed Sealed & Delivered

In presents of

Malcoom Alenhis

Robert Bowen

mark

her at a court held for Augusta

County

Sally Bowen March the 19th 1765

mark

This Last Will & Testament of JAMES CUNNINGHAM deceased was

proved by the oath of MALCOLM ALEN & SALLY (Lilly?) BOWEN two

of the subscribing witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded

and on the _____ of MOSES CUNNINGHAM one of the Executors and

MARGARET CUNNINGHAM the Executor therein named being dead

therein named who made oath according to Law Certificates

granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form they

having with Inventory Entered into and Acknowleged their bond

according to Law.

Test

Know all men by these presents that we MOSES CUNNINGHAM,

HUGH CUNNINGHAM, GEO DAUGHETY are held & formaley bound unto

Alesander of Sayers Arch Alexander Saml Mc Dor______ Abraham

Smigh _______ the commission of the peace for Augusta County

for and in behalf of the justices and their successors to which

payment will & truly to made all bind ourselves and each of us

one & every of our ______ Execr & Adminstrations jointyly &

Severally firmly by these _______ Seated with our Seals & Dated

this 19 day of March 1765.

The condition of this obligation is Such what if the

above bound MOSES CUNNINGHAM Executor of the Said Will and

Testament of JAMES CUNNINGHAM deceased do make or cause to be

made a true and perfect Inventory of all and Singular the goods

chattels & credits of the said Deceased which have or Shall

come to the hands Possession_____know _____ of the said MOSES

CUNNINGHAM or into the hands of possession of any _ Person or

person for (him and the same do make _____ in the county court

of August at such a time as he Shall be _____ required by the

said court and the same good chattels & credits and all other

the goods chattels & credits of the said deceased at anytime

after Shall come to the hands & possession or knowledge of this

MOSES hands & possession of any other person or persons a just

& true account of his _____ & doings therin when __ & required

by the said court and also Shall will and truly pay & deliver

all _____ and Specified in this Testament (as) far as the goods

chattels and credits will _____ and th law Shall charge than

this obligation _ [end p. 383]

(behavior) and _____ effect or ____ to remain in fullforce and

_____ Sealed and Delivered

MOSES CUNNINGHAM

in presence of HUGH CUNNINGHAM, GEORGE DAUGHTERY

At a court held for Augusta county March the 19th 1765 ~

MOSES CUNNINGHAM with HUGH CUNNINGHAM and GEORGE DAUGHTERY his

Declaration Enclosed unto and acknowledged this their bond

according to Law.

Proved by Malcolm Allen, Lilly Bowen. MARGARET is dead.

MOSES qualifies with HUGH CUNNINGHAM, GEORGE DOUGHERTY.

 

James, half-brother to the rest of Alexander's sons, was a Revolutionary War veteran, having served with his half-brother David.

Children of JAMES CUNNINGHAM and MARGARET UNKNOWN are:

27. i. REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1715.

ii. ANNE CUNNINGHAM.

iii. ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1711.

28. iv. JACOB CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1715; d. October 10, 1759, Kerr's Creek, Augusta Co., VA.

v. JAMES CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1717.

vi. MARY CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1719.

vii. MOSES CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1721.

viii. ISAAC CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1723.

ix. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1725.

x. ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1727.

xi. HUGH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1713.

 

 

24. HUGH17 CUNNINGHAM (ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1708 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, and died 1782 in Bryas Station, VA. He married NANCY O'NEILL 1728.

Child of HUGH CUNNINGHAM and NANCY O'NEILL is:

29. i. THOMAS18 CUNNINGHAM, b. 1761, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland; d. June 02, 1826, Harrison Co. WV.

 

 

25. MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM (JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1694. She married JOHN HOUSTON II, son of SAMUEL HOUSTON and MARGARET MCCLUNG. He was born 1690 in Ireland, and died 1754 in Timber Ridge, Rockbridge County VA.

 

Notes for JOHN HOUSTON II:

the Houston's family was sent/went to the North of Ireland by King James I in the 1700s, but they came to the New World in 1730.

Children of MARAGRET CUNNINGHAM and JOHN HOUSTON are:

30. i. MARY18 HOUSTON, b. 1725, Ireland; d. 1799.

ii. JAMES HOUSTON, b. April 18, 1715.

31. iii. ROBERT HOUSTON, b. 1720.

iv. ESTHER HOUSTON, b. 1724.

v. JOHN HOUSTON III, b. 1726.

vi. SAMUEL CUNNINGTON HOUSTON, b. 1728.

vii. MATTHEW HOUSTON, b. 1730.

viii. JAMES HOUSTON.

ix. ISABELLA HOUSTON.

x. ESTHER HOUSTON.

xi. MARY HOUSTON.

xii. JOHN HOUSTON III.

xiii. SAMUEL CUNNINGHAM HOUSTON.

xiv. MATTHEW HOUSTON.

 

 

Generation No. 18

 

26. JOHN18 CUNNINGHAM (JOSEPH17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1745 in Ireland, and died January 15, 1799 in West VA. He married CATHERINE SHUMAN June 05, 1769 in PA. She was born 1749 in Germany, and died April 21, 1821 in VA.

 

Notes for JOHN CUNNINGHAM:

The Home of John and Catherine built in 1772 is in liveable condition. During the Indian Raids

of 1777 it was used as a fort because is was so well constructed. John died at home in 1779.

 

The cunningham cemetery is located on the manor farm on Little Paw Paw Creek. The cemetery was started in 1825 with the body of Sarah Cunningham. The farm is now owned by David Dunmore Cunningham, a great grand son and third cunningham to own the farm.

 

He served nthe American Revolution 1777-1778, in Capt John Hocombe's Co. 4th Regiment

Child of JOHN CUNNINGHAM and CATHERINE SHUMAN is:

32. i. JOHN19 CUNNINGHAM, b. April 09, 1780, Fort Amos VA; d. February 02, 1866.

 

 

27. REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM (JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1715. She married (1) JAMES DAUGHERTY. She married (2) CHARLES DAUGHERTY 1729, son of MICHAEL DAUGHERTY and CATHERINE ROGERS. He was born 1716 in Lagan Valley, Donegal , Ireland, and died July 17, 1763 in Kerr Creek, Augusta Co Va.

 

Notes for REBECCA CUNNINGHAM:

The family Cunningham take their name from the district of Cunningham in Northern Ayrshire. The land of Kilmaurs of that area was granted by Hugo De Moreville, Constable of Scotland to a vassel named Warnebald in the 12 th century and it is from his descendants that the Cunningham family originate.

 

Cunningham is a Scottish place name that described the man from the location near Kilarmock and first recorded in 1153 as Cunegan, a word with Breton origins. The spelling with -ham added it earliest know mention in 1180. When of Irish origin, Cunningham is the Anglicized form of O'Cuinneagain meaning descendant of Cuinneagan, a form of Conn meaning leader, chief.

 

Notes for CHARLES DAUGHERTY:

born ca 1716, Lagan Valley, Donegal, married Rebecca Cunningham(?), and was killed by Indians 17 Jul 1763, on Kerr Creek, Augusta Co., in a raid by Cornstalk's braves, on a Sunday morning when most of the inhabitants were away at church, in what became Rockbridge Co. Charles moved to Augusta Co. with his father from Chester Co., PA, by 1738, and by 1745 settled on Kerr Creek.

In 1763, William's wife Elizabeth was a heroine in the terrible raid by Cornstalk; the Shawnees were seen from Fort Young on Jackson River and an express was sent to William Dougherty's, but he was away from home, so Elizabeth mounted and raced up the Cowpasture valley warning settlers, who fled to the mountains before the Indians arrived. The settlers of Kerr Creek were less fortunate and Charles Dougherty, among others, was killed.

 

From - Annals of Augusta County, Virginia from 1726 to 1871 by Jos. A Waddell

"The smaller band of Indians made their descent upon Kerr's creek on the 17th of July (1763). Their number was twenty-seven, Robert Irvin having counted them from a bluff near the road at the head of the creek. Some weeks before, two boys, named Telford, reported that when returning from school they had seen a naked man near the path. This report was not much thought of till the massacre, when it was supposed that the man seen by the boys was an Indian spy sent out to reconnoiter....

From this point they had a full view of the peaceful valley of Kerr's creek. Hastening down the mountain, they began the work of indiscriminate slaughter. Coming first to the house of Charles Daugherty, he and his whole family were murdered. They next came to the house of Jacob Cunningham, who was gone from home, but his wife was killed, and his daughter, about ten years of age, scalped and left for dead. She revived, was carried off as prisoner in the second invasion, was redeemed, and lived for forty years afterwards, but finally died from the effects of the scalping. The Indians then proceeded to the house of Thomas Gilmore, and he was and his wife were killed, the other members of the family escaping at that time. The house of Robert Hamilton came next. This family consisted of ten persons, and one-half of them were slain. By this time the alarm had spread through the neighborhood, and the inhabitants were flying in every direction. For some reason the main body of the Indians went no farther..... The people on Kerr's creek had repaired the losses...basically Indians attacked again, only there were more of them. the wife of Thomas Gilmore, standing with her three children over the body of her husband, fought with desperation the Indian who scalped him. She and her son, John, and two daughters, were made prisoners....

An entire family of Daughertys, five Hamiltons, and three Gilmores were slain....Mrs. Gilmore struck up, with plaintive voice, the 127th Psalm of Rouse's version....The Indians then separated into several parties, dividing the prisoners among themselves. Mrs. Gilmore and her son, John, fell to one party and her two daughters to another. The last she ever heard of the latter was their cries as they were torn from her.....the mother and son were also parted, she being sold to French traders and the boy retained by the Shawnees. Finally he was redeemed and brought back by Jacob Warwick to Jackson's river where he remained till his mother's return."

 

Long before any white man had explored the entire Kentucky area, it was claimed by Virginia as part of her Augusta County. Daniel Boone brought his family to Kentucky in 1773; established the first permanent settlement in Kentucky at Harrodsburg in 1774, and a year later founded Boonesboro. That same year, 1775, John Daugherty, the first of the family in Kentucky, came to the area a few miles from Boonesboro which would become Lincoln County.

 

witnessed a deed of James Cunningham for 100 acres of land on

Tees Creek of James River, cornering the land of Moses

Cunningham

Emigration: ABT 1738 Augusta Co., VA

 

from Chester Co., PA with his father and settled on Kerr Creek

as early as 1745, when he witnessed deeds

3 4

 

obtained 80-acre patent on a branch of the James River, Kerr

(Cunningham) Creek, between House Mountain and North Mountain;

which was later in Rockbridge Co. 5 3

was reported delinquent on tax levy

 

sued John Craig in Augusta Co. Neither Charles on Kerr Creek

or his brother William could be served summons. 6 7

 

sued John Frazier who lived in Rockingham Co., but the papers

were not served because of Indians 8

Note:

his widow Rebecca was appointed administratrix of his estate;

on 20 Mar 1768 she was summoned to give counter security but

the papers were returned 9

 

Our part of the Daugherty migration to Kentucky was the second wave, descendants of Charles Daugherty and wife Rebecca in the 1780s, ten years after his brother Michael Daugherty II's sons. After Charles was killed by Indians in Augusta Co., VA in 1763, his widow and children remained there about ten years before some moved west into Kentucky.

Charles and Rebecca's son Cornelius, born ca 1729 probably in Pennsylvania, was a weaver who immigrated with his father and grandfather to Augusta Co. from Chester Co., PA in 1738. Cornelius served in Capt. George Robinson's company of militia in 1742. From 1742-49 Cornelius and his wife (1) Mary Hill lived on Cedar Creek on the North fork of the Roanoke in Augusta Co. They had, according to one book, six sons and six daughters, but not all their names are known; only George H., Noble, Ann, William, Isabel, Christopher, Abraham, Robert, Alexander, and Thomas Daugherty. Mary Hill died and Cornelius married about 1770 (2) Agnes _____. They had William, James Hill, John, and Cornelius R., Jr.

 

Charles Daugherty had, besides Cornelius, William, Thomas, and David, a son Daniel who in 1779 operated an iron works on Irish Creek of South River, Augusta Co., VA, not far from brother David's Mill Creek farm. Other brothers were Anthony, who died in 1792, Rockbridge Co., VA, and James who acted as Anthony's executor. The first tax list of the new Rockbridge Co. (taken out of Augusta) in 1778 listed James, William, and George Daugherty. In 1782 James, Anthony, William and Thomas were on the list. James started an iron works in Wythe Co., VA 1783-90, and is said to have died there in 1799.

 

Between 1755 and 1756, CHARLES served in the Augusta Co. militia during the French and Indian war. In Jul 1763, CHARLES was killed by Indians in a raid by Cornstalk's braves on Kerr Creek, on a Sunday morning when most of the

 

 

Children of REBECCA CUNNINGHAM and CHARLES DAUGHERTY are:

33. i. GEORGE19 DAUGHERTY, b. 1730.

ii. CATHERINE DAUGHERTY, b. 1732; m. DAVID HARBISON, June 25, 1773.

34. iii. THOMAS DAUGHERTY, b. 1755, Madison Co Ky; d. 1799.

iv. DANIEL DAUGHERTY, b. 1736.

35. v. ANTHONY DAUGHERTY, b. 1740.

36. vi. JAMES DAUGHERTY, b. 1747.

vii. DAVID DAUGHERTY, b. 1750.

viii. REBECCA DAUGHERTY, b. 1760.

37. ix. CORNELIUS DAUGHERTY, b. 1729, PA; d. 1800, Augusta Co.

38. x. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. November 01, 1748, Augusta Co, Va; d. Bef. June 1835, Lincoln Co Ky.

 

 

28. JACOB18 CUNNINGHAM (JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Abt. 1715, and died October 10, 1759 in Kerr's Creek, Augusta Co., VA. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of JACOB CUNNINGHAM and UNKNOWN are:

39. i. HUGH19 CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1740; d. October 10, 1759, Kerr's Creek, Augusta Co., VA.

ii. MARGARET CUNNINGHAM, b. Abt. 1749.

iii. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, b. Bef. 1760.

 

 

29. THOMAS18 CUNNINGHAM (HUGH17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1761 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, and died June 02, 1826 in Harrison Co. WV. He married PHOEBE TUCKER 1776 in Prickett Fort, WV.

Child of THOMAS CUNNINGHAM and PHOEBE TUCKER is:

i. EDWARD19 CUNNINGHAM, b. October 04, 1804, Marion Co. WV; d. Wystori WV; m. MARGARET JONES, February 15, 1925, Harrison Co w.v..

 

 

30. MARY18 HOUSTON (MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1725 in Ireland, and died 1799. She married DAVID TRIMBLE 1746 in Augusta County, Virginia, son of ROBERT TRIMBLE and HANNAH UNKNOWN. He was born 1720 in Scotland, and died 1799 in Bourdon Co, KY.

 

Notes for MARY HOUSTON:

Elizabeth, in which she said her Mother was a Houston. Also Gen. Sam Houston studied Law under James Trimble, a great-nephew of David., from Nashville, TN. Gen. Houston described James as a "Kinsman". The Houston's and Trimble's lived on neighboring plantations in VA, the birthplace of Gen. Sam Houston.

 

Notes for DAVID TRIMBLE:

DAVID2 TRIMBLE (ROBERT1) (Source: (1) AUGUSTA COUNTY, VA, Chalkley's Chronicles - 20th Nov 1764, for David Trimble, Page 364., (2) AUGUSTA COUNTY, VA, Chalkley's Chronicles; Vol 3: David Trimble, PP 270-279., (3) Chalkley's Chronicles Vol 2, Note: David Trimble.) was born Abt. 1720 in Scotland, and died 1799 in Bourbon County, KY. He married MARY HOUSTON 1746 in Augusta County, Va, daughter of JOHN HOUSTON II. She was born Abt. 1725 in Augusta County, Va, and died Bef. 1799.

 

Notes for DAVID TRIMBLE:

1. David Trimble immigrated to America Abt. 1730 from Armagh County, Ireland.

2. David TRIMBLE, born Abt. 1720 in Scotland; died 1799 in Bourbon Co., KY. He was the son of John TRIMBLE. He married Mary HOUSTON 1746 in Augusta Co., VA. Mary HOUSTON, born Abt. 1725 in Augusta Co., VA; died Bef. 1799.

3. He was one of five brothers coming to America from Scotland by way of Armagh County, Ireland in the early 1730's. Settled first in New Castle, PA. David's wife was a Houston. We can find no court records of his marriage, but there was an old letter, written by his eldest daughter, Elizabeth, in which she said her Mother was a Houston. Also Gen. Sam Houston studied Law under James Trimble, a great-nephew of David., from Nashville, TN. Gen. Houston described James as a "Kinsman". The Houston's and Trimble's lived on neighboring plantations in VA, the birthplace of Gen. Sam Houston. MacLysaght says TRIMBLE is an English surname found as early as 1659 in Ulster.

Source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume I, COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS

4. David and his brother Moses are reported by Martha (Grigsby) Trimble in her letter of 1845 to have "moved westward and settled in KY or Tennessee."

5. David lived on waters of Middle River in Augusta County, VA; died in 1799 in Bourbon County, Ky, where his will dated September 6, 1798 was recorded June 1799.

6. The first time David was mentioned in the Augusta County, VA records was when he was named as a tithable for road duty along with Walter, James and John Trimble.

7. He witnessed a deed in Augusta County in 1745 and was a land owner in 1746. On August 2, 1747 his son James was baptized by Rev. Craig. A David Trimble, possibly this David Trimble is mentioned in the Augusta County records as follows:

March 1757 (B)

Henderson vs. Calvin.--James Calvin, James Trimble, William Trimble, David Trimble, all of New Castle, Province of Pennsylvania. Bond to Valentine Henderson of Belfast, County of Antrim. Dated 27th September, 1740. Henderson died during the progress of the suit. In deeds recorded in 1788 in Augusta County, VA, John Trimble and wife Margaret and David Trimble sold land on Middle River. This was apparently their place of residence. David moved to Kentucky in 1797.

8. Like his brother James, David was a surveyor and was appointed on May 18, 1773, as deputy surveyor of Augusta Co., VA. He was a large landowner in the Valley of Virginia, both at the Forks-of-James, east of Lexington, VA and on Middle River, this being his home plantation. Just after the Rev. War, when his sons migrated to Kentucky around the Montgomery County area, David made the move with them. At this time John, James and Moses were already deceased, also David's wife. This probably accounted for his decision to move from his home in VA to the Kentucky area. His will is recorded at the Bourbon County, Kentucky, Courthouse. It appears that David and James were the closer of the Five Trimble Brothers as their names appear together frequently on documents recorded in the Virginia valley. This close tie could have been due to them having the same profession of surveying.

9. 31 Oct. 1765 - received 300 acres in Augusta Co. at the fork of the James River.

16 March 1771 - additional 140 acres adjoining his own land.

1 Feb. 1781 - additional 110 acres adjoining his land.

 

10. The Will of David Trimble is recorded in Bourbon County, KY and is shown below:

WILL OF DAVID TRIMBLE

Sep 6, 1798

In the Name of God Amen I David Trimble of Bourbon County and state of Kentucky, being in perfect helth & Sound of Judgment and mind and Memory and taking into Consideration the mortality of man and that

it is ordained for all men Once to Die, I do make appoint and ratify this to be my last will and Testament and Do hereby Disannul and make void all other Wills and testaments or testomoneys and Legaseas made by me heretofore that is to say I first Commit my soul to God who gave it my body to be Entered in a Decent manner at the Discretion of my Executors hearafter mention nothing doubting but I shall Receive the same at the last day on the day of Judgment when Christ shall call the Slumbering to

life, and as touching my worldly possessions where with Kind providence has bless me, I Design and in the following manner First I Desire my Just Debts to be paid out of my Estate, first I Give and bequeath to my son George Trimble the plantion or tract of land whereon I now live cotaining one hundred and two acres to him his heirs Executors

Administrators or assigns for ever, only George Trimble shall pay unto my Daughter Nancy King her Just sum of thirty five pounds good and lawful money of the afforsaid state as her share out of said tract of one hundred and two acres, to be for her use and at her Disposal for Ever and also I give and bequeath to my son Isaac Trimble, son David my sorrel mare to them their heirs forever. Also I give and bequeath to Each of my Children, to wit, James, John and Nancy King, to the heirs of James Elliott Deceased Thomas, David, William George, John McKinney Isaac and Forgus Grayham the Just and full sum of six shillings good and lawfull money of Kentucky to them theirs heirs forever, Also Concerning all the money that may left of mine at my Death if any there be, all to be Equally Devided between my Daughter Nancy King and my sons William and George Trimble, John McKinney, Isaac Trimble and Also to Fargus Graham to be theirs and at their Disposal forever. Furthermore I give and bequeath to my three Daughters to wit, Nancy King, Polly McKinney and Betsy Graham, my bed and bedcloathing to

be divided as follows to wit, Nancy to have all the Furniture, that is to say, apair of Double blankets a single blanket two sheats abolster and pollow, to my Daughter Polly McKinney my big rug, to my Daughter Betsy Grayham my bed and pewter tankered and to be thairs and thairs assigns forever. After the will Mannagement of all my affairs and due performance this my last will and testament, I do hereby ordain constitute and appoint. James Denneson and James Fraysor to be my whole and sole

Executors in law to have this my last will and testament, well and truly Excecuted. In Witness of this my last will and testamony I hearunto see my seal this sixth day of September one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight.

Acknowledged by the said David Trimble as his last will and Testament who at the time of signing here of appeared to us to be of sound mind and perfect memory. Done in our presence and in the presence of each other.

David Trimble John Boyd John Chambers William Walsh John McKinney

 

Bourbon County June Court 1799

This last Will and Testament of David Trimble deceased was produced into Court and proved by the Oath of John Boyd and John Chambers subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and the Executors named herin appeared in Court, and refused to take upon them-selves the burthen of the Execution thereof on the motion of James Trimble, George Trimble and Isaac Trimble who made oath thereto and together with James Dennison, James Fulton & John Boyd their securities, entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of three hundred pounds conditioned agreeably to law; Certificate is granted them for obtaining Letters of Administration with the said Will annexed in due form.

Teste

LS. H. Arnold D. C. B. C.

State of Kentucky; Bourbon County Sct.

 

More About DAVID TRIMBLE:

Occupation: Bet 1767-1773, Surveyer, Augusta Co., VA

 

Children of MARY HOUSTON and DAVID TRIMBLE are:

40. i. WILLIAM19 TRIMBLE, b. June 1760, Augusta County, VA; d. June 06, 1840, Pulask Co,KY.

41. ii. JOHN TRIMBLE, b. 1742, Augusta County, VA; d. April 22, 1824, Augusta County, VA.

42. iii. JAMES TRIMBLE, b. August 02, 1747, Augusta County, VA; d. June 26, 1815, Montgomery Co, VA.

43. iv. THOMAS TRIMBLE, b. 1748; d. 1830, Fleming Co Ky.

v. NANCY TRIMBLE, b. 1749.

44. vi. ISAAC TRIMBLE, b. 1752, Augusta County, VA; d. 1816, Bourbon Co Ky.

vii. MARY TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1754, Augusta Co, Va; d. Bef. 1854; m. JOHN MCKINNEY, July 29, 1785, Augusta County; d. Aft. 1820.

 

Notes for MARY TRIMBLE:

Notes for MARY TRIMBLE:

She seemed to be the first of David and Mary Trimble's children to settle in KY.

 

 

Notes for JOHN MCKINNEY:

Notes for JOHN MCKINNEY:

 

"John McKinney was an elder in Green Creek Church near Clintonville, Bourbon County, KY. He was the first teacher in the first schoolhouse in Kentucky where in 1783 he fought a wildcat and earned the sobriquet 'Wildcat McKinney'. He was also a soldier of the Revolution, Indian Fighter, surveyor and member of the Constitutional Convention in Kentucky." Because he was an historic figure, he is included in Thomas Marshall Green's Historical Families of Kentucky.

 

More About JOHN MCKINNEY:

Occupation: 1783, Teacher

 

 

45. viii. GEORGE TRIMBLE, b. January 01, 1756, Augusta County, VA; d. December 14, 1814, Bourbon Co Ky.

46. ix. DAVID FRANKLIN TRIMBLE, b. January 20, 1758, Amherst County, VA; d. 1828, Montgomery Co, Ky Mt Sterling.

x. ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. June 1769, Augusta County, Va; d. 1843, Madison County. Oh; m. FERGUS GRAHAM, January 10, 1787, Augusta County, Va; b. 1767, Rockbridge Co, VA; d. 1836, Madison County, OH.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH TRIMBLE:

:

She inherited from her father: her father's bed and pewter tankard etc. To her husband bequeathed 6 shillings.

 

 

 

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH TRIMBLE and FERGUS GRAHAM:

Chronicles of the Scots-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol 2 shows: 1787-Jan 10, Elizabeth Trimble and Fergus Graham by Rev Archibald

 

 

Notes for FERGUS GRAHAM:

 

Two of William Alkire's brothers, John & George Alkire as well as Fergus Graham were at the Cane Ridge Protracted Meeting in 1801, held under the auspices of Barton Warren Stone. Later the three mentioned

were Christian, sometimes called "New Light" Preachers. George Alkire invited his good friend Stone up to OH to begin the church at the Deer Creek settlement. George & Fergus, neighbors, held an annual protracted meeting, and Fergus always donated a beef critter roasted on a spit, to help feed the multitudes. Certainly Fergus' descendants were active in the Christian Church, and as Humphries, in his Lives of Deceased Christian Ministers says, "Pity the poor Trinitarian who wandered into their camp!" (I believe that would include the Anglicans)! These men were part of the backbone of the restoration movement.

 

 

31. ROBERT18 HOUSTON (MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1720. He married MARGARET DAVIDSON, daughter of SAMUEL DAVIDSON and ANN DUNLAP.

Children of ROBERT HOUSTON and MARGARET DAVIDSON are:

i. ESTHER19 HOUSTON.

ii. JOHN HOUSTON.

47. iii. SAM HOUSTON, MAJOR.

iv. BETTIE HOUSTON.

v. MARGARET HOUSTON.

vi. ANNE HOUSTON.

vii. JAMES HOUSTON.

viii. MARY HOUSTON.

ix. ELIZABETH HOUSTON.

 

 

Generation No. 19

 

32. JOHN19 CUNNINGHAM (JOHN18, JOSEPH17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born April 09, 1780 in Fort Amos VA, and died February 02, 1866. He married SARAH KING February 26, 1802 in Monongalia Co. Va.. She was born October 22, 1783, and died October 27, 1865.

Children of JOHN CUNNINGHAM and SARAH KING are:

i. DAVID20 CUNNINGHAM, b. December 24, 1803.

ii. ANNA CUNNINGHAM, b. October 22, 1805.

iii. ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1807.

iv. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM, b. 1809.

v. JOHN KING CUNNINGHAM, b. 1813.

vi. NIMROD CUNNINGHAM, b. November 13, 1819.

vii. JAMES LARKIN CUNNINGHAM, b. November 13, 1824.

viii. SARAH ANN CUNNINGHAM, b. 1817.

ix. EZEKIEL FIELDING CUNNINGHAM, b. 1827.

 

 

33. GEORGE19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1730. He married AGNES CUNNINGHAM 1770. She was born 1752, and died January 22, 1809.

Children of GEORGE DAUGHERTY and AGNES CUNNINGHAM are:

i. GEORGE JR20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1773; d. 1838, Monroe Co IN.

ii. ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, b. 1774; m. ROBERT BAKER, December 18, 1798, Lincoln Co., KY; b. 1774.

48. iii. HANNAH DAUGHERTY, b. 1780.

iv. RACHAEL DAUGHERTY, b. 1786; m. JOHNATHAN SMITH, January 1809, Pulaski Co., KY; b. 1788.

 

 

34. THOMAS19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1755 in Madison Co Ky, and died 1799. He married SARAH GOGGIN June 15, 1778, daughter of STEPHEN GOGGIN and RACHEL MOORMAN. She was born 1760.

Children of THOMAS DAUGHERTY and SARAH GOGGIN are:

i. POLLY20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1787, Lincoln co ky; m. STEPHEN GOGGIN, April 25, 1811; b. 1785, Bedford VA.

ii. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. 1780.

iii. NANCY DAUGHERTY, b. 1785.

iv. LETTICE DAUGHERTY, b. 1782.

 

 

35. ANTHONY19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1740.

Children of ANTHONY DAUGHERTY are:

i. JACOB20 DAUGHERTY.

ii. REBECCA DAUGHERTY.

 

 

36. JAMES19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1747. He married (1) UNK in 1776. He married (2) REBECCA CUNNINGHAM 1764, daughter of WILLIAM MCGILL and JEAN ?. She was born 1750.

Children of JAMES DAUGHERTY and UNK are:

i. JOHN20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1776.

ii. DAVID DAUGHERTY, b. 1778.

iii. DANIEL DAUGHERTY, b. 1780.

iv. GEORGE DAUGHERTY, b. 1782.

 

Children of JAMES DAUGHERTY and REBECCA CUNNINGHAM are:

49. v. WILLIAM20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1769, VA.

vi. JOHN DAUGHERTY, m. MARY MCGILL, October 02, 1797, Lincoln Co.

vii. MARY DAUGHERTY, b. 1765.

viii. JULIE ANN DAUGHERTY, b. 1766.

ix. THOMAS DAUGHERTY, b. 1768.

x. SAMUEL DAUGHERTY, b. 1772.

xi. SARAH DAUGHERTY, b. 1773.

xii. PEGGY DAUGHERTY, b. 1775.

xiii. MARTHA DAUGHERTY, b. 1775.

 

 

37. CORNELIUS19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1729 in PA, and died 1800 in Augusta Co. He married (1) MARY HILL 1748. He married (2) AGNES 1770.

 

Notes for CORNELIUS DAUGHERTY:

Cornelius DAUGHERTY a weaver was born circa 1729? at PA? He began military service in 1742 at Augusta Co., VA, was in Capt. George Robinson's Co. of militia. He was weaver in 1742. He lived between 1742 and 1779 at Augusta Co., VA (on Cedar Creek of the North fork of Roanoke). He married Mary HILL circa 1748? (1st wife; they had, according to one book, six sons and six daughters, but only the name of one were known). He was on bond of Moses Cunningham, executor of James Cunningham's estate. Charles Daugherty's land was on Cunningham Creek on 16 Jan 1760 at Augusta Co., VA. He deeded the 80 acres on Carr's Creek of James River between House and North Mountains, which was patented by his father Charles on 2 Mar 1763 at Augusta Co., VA. He deeded 125 acres on Carr's Creek, a branch of the James River on 19 Mar 1765 at Augusta Co., VA. He witnessed the deed of John Edminston for 170 acres in Borden's Tract on 9 Oct 1765 at Augusta Co., VA. He witnessed the will of Jonathan Cunningham of Carrs Creek, a son of Hugh Cunningham, neighbors of Charles Daugherty on 24 May 1769 at Augusta Co., VA. He married Agnes _____ DAUGHERTY circa 1770? (2nd wife). He was on a jury in this county formed 1769 out of Augusta Co on 26 Nov 1771 at Botetourt Co., VA. He acquired 175 acres at head of Roanoke River on 30 Jan 1773 at Botetourt Co., VA. He was sued for debt and lost on 12 May 1773 at Botetourt Co., VA. He deeded 175 acres to his son William Daugherty, described as on Seeder Swamp on 10 Nov 1773 at Botetourt Co., VA. He served on Grant Jury on 10 May 1774 at Botetourt Co., VA. He and William DAUGHERTY served on jury together on 11 May 1774 at Botetourt Co., VA. He acquired 120 acres on South Side of James River, opposite the mouth of Cedar Creek on 10 Nov 1775 at Botetourt Co., VA. He acquired 85 acres on some drafts of the James River on 20 Feb 1776 at Botetourt Co., VA. He witnessed a will on 11 Mar 1777 at Botetourt Co., VA. He in county formed this year out of Botetourt, he was a tithable in 1778 at Rockbridge Co., VA. He signed a petition on 13 Sep 1778 at Rockbridge Co., VA. He deeded his 87 acres on Cedar Swamp to his son William Daugherty on 24 Feb 1779 at Botetourt Co., VA. He and wife Agnes sold the 85 acres he acquired 20 Feb 1776 on 1 Jun 1779 at Rockbridge Co., VA. He was set tax free because of age and infirmity; probably he had gone back there to live with his son William on 9 Aug 1781 at Botetourt Co., VA. He acquired 42 acres on Little River on 6 Jan 1782 at Botetourt Co., VA. He was plaintiff in a lawsuit, and a Francis Daugherty was on the jury on 9 May 1783 at Botetourt Co., VA. He was granted 500 acres on Muddy Creek on main branch of the creek about 3 miles from head of Lick Creek on 25 May 1786 at Lincoln Co., KY. He was on tax lists, was said to move to KY the year after Boone and lived at Estill Station 7 years between 1787 and 1797 at Madison Co., KY. He died circa 1800?

Children of CORNELIUS DAUGHERTY and MARY HILL are:

i. GEORGE H.20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1749; m. ELIZABETH; b. 1730.

ii. NOBLE DAUGHERTY, b. 1750, VA.

iii. MALINDA ANN DAUGHERTY, b. 1751.

iv. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. 1752; m. LETTICE GOGGIN, March 28, 1786; b. 1770.

v. ISABEL DAUGHERTY, b. 1754.

vi. CHRISTOPHER DAUGHERTY, b. 1755, VA; d. 1811, Hardin Co.

vii. THOMAS DAUGHERTY, b. 1755; d. 1799, Madison Co., KY..

viii. ABRAHAM DAUGHERTY, b. 1757, VA.

ix. DAVID DAUGHERTY, b. 1761.

x. ALEXANDER DAUGHERTY, b. 1762, Va; m. MARGARET ROGERS; b. 1762, Va.

xi. ROBERT DAUGHERTY, b. 1760, VA; d. 1823, Barren Co KY.

 

Children of CORNELIUS DAUGHERTY and AGNES are:

xii. CORNELIUS R. DAUGHERTY20 JR, b. 1774, Botetourt Co., VA.

xiii. JAMES HILL DAUGHERTY, b. June 23, 1775; m. MARY FOSTER, 1819, Cumberland Co., KY; b. 1800.

xiv. JOHN DAUGHERTY, b. 1778, Botetourt Co., VA; d. 1832, Overton or Smith Co., TN..

 

 

38. WILLIAM19 DAUGHERTY (REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born November 01, 1748 in Augusta Co, Va, and died Bef. June 1835 in Lincoln Co Ky. He married (1) EASTHER. He married (2) ESTHER 1766 in Augusta Co Va. She was born 1753 in VA.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DAUGHERTY:

Pvt. under Capt. John Paxton; is listed on bronze plaque beside

Lincoln Co. KY Courthouse door

1

Will: 17 JAN 1834 Lincoln Co., KY

 

In the name of God Amen. I, William DAUGHERTY of Lincoln Co.

and State of Kentucky being of sound and perfect possession of

my sense and recollection do ordain and declare this my last

will and Testament and form as follows, to wit:

1st It is my will that my Just Debts be paid

2nd I give and bequeath to my daughter-in-law DORCAS

DAUGHERTY (wife of my son JOHN DAUGHERTY deceased) the Tract of

land whereon I now live with its farming utensils and likewise

one half of my household and kitchen and also my share in the

Stanford Library. And should my wife EASTHER DAUGHERTY survive

me it is my will she should have adequate maintenance from the

proceeds of my farm And all my household kitchen furniture to

remain in her possession while she lives and at her death to

pass completely into the hands of our daughter-in-law DORCAS

DORITY and her heirs forever except one half of my household

and kitchen furniture

3rd I give unto my daughter EASTER WELLS one half of my

kitchen and household furniture and at her death to fall into

the hands of her daughert EMILY WELLS

And lastle I appoint and constitute Phillip L. HOCKER with

my Daughter-in-law DORCAS DAUGHERTY Executors of this my last

will and Testament.. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set

my hand and and Seal this 17th day of January in the year of

our Lord 1834.

Signed in the presence of

Phillip Hocker William DAUGHERTY

Will F. Murphy his (X) mark

Saml. Campbell

Kentucky Lincoln County Court

At a County Court held in and for the County of Lincoln on

Monday the day of June 1835 The last Will and Testament

of WM. DAUGHERTY and was exhibited into Court and proven by the

oaths of Phillip Hocker and Samuel Campbell two of the

subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.

Witness Thomas Helm, Clerk Lincoln Co. Court

 

William Daugherty (Sr.) married Easther _____. He served in the Revolutionary war from Rockbridge Co., VA, in Oct 1777, a Pvt. under Capt. John Paxton, and is listed on bronze plaque beside Lincoln Co., KY Court House door. His children were Martha, Hanna, William Jr., Charles, John, and Esther. On 22 Aug 1785 he was granted 200 acres in Lincoln Co., KY, by virtue of military warrant No. 1153. In Dec of the same year he was granted 600 acres on the forks of Otter Creek as assignee of his brother Thomas. In 1787 he was granted 87 acres on Callaway's Creek adjoining Thomas Daugherty. In 1820 and 1830 he was on the same census page as his son John, daughter-in-law Susan or Susanna (Magill, widow of his son William, Jr.), and James Magill. On 11 Feb 1833 he applied for Revolutionary pension, which was granted, No. S16369.

 

By the time he wrote his will on 17 Jan 1834 in Lincoln Co., his son John had died, for William Sr. divided his land and estate half to his wife Easther, except half the kitchen furniture to their daughter Esther Wells and then to her daughter Emily; and the other half of estate to Dorcas Daugherty "wife of my deceased son John." The will was probated in Jun 1835.

Nothing more is known of brother Thomas.

 

Children of WILLIAM DAUGHERTY and EASTHER are:

i. CHARLES20 DAUGHERTY, b. 1767.

ii. MARTHA DAUGHERTY, b. 1768; m. THOMAS GASH, June 24, 1785.

50. iii. ESTHER DAUGHERTY, b. 1780.

 

Children of WILLIAM DAUGHERTY and ESTHER are:

51. iv. JOHN20 DAUGHERTY, b. September 23, 1781, Lincoln Co Ky; d. January 12, 1834, Lincoln Co.

v. HANNAH DAUGHERTY, b. 1770; m. WILLIAM WILSON, January 25, 1790, Lincoln Co.

52. vi. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. 1773.

 

 

39. HUGH19 CUNNINGHAM (JACOB18, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born Abt. 1740, and died October 10, 1759 in Kerr's Creek, Augusta Co., VA. He married UNKNOWN.

Child of HUGH CUNNINGHAM and UNKNOWN is:

i. JONATHAN20 CUNNINGHAM.

 

 

40. WILLIAM19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born June 1760 in Augusta County, VA, and died June 06, 1840 in Pulask Co,KY. He married MARY FLEMING April 19, 1787 in Greenbriar County, Virginia, daughter of CHRISTIAN FLEMING and SUSANNA DAVIS. She was born April 14, 1772 in Greenbrier Co, Va, and died Bef. 1842.

 

Notes for WILLIAM TRIMBLE:

. WILLIAM3 TRIMBLE, SR (DAVID2, ROBERT1) (Source: Daughters of American Revolution Patriot Index, Military Record for William Trimble, Sr., Page 2975.) was born June 1760 in Augusta County, Va, and died June 06, 1840 in Pulaski Co, Ky. He married MARY FLEMING (Source: General Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Vol 3, N-Z, Record for Mary Fleming Birth, Vol 3 N-Z.) April 19, 1787 in Greenbriar Co, VA. She was born April 14, 1772 in Greenbrier Co, Va, and died Bef. 1842.

 

Notes for WILLIAM TRIMBLE, SR:

1. COPY OF PENSION APPLICATION OF WILLIAM TRIMBLE

On this 12th day of October in this year 1833 personally appeared before Simon Weaver, an acting Justice of the Peace for Pulaski County, and a member of the Pulaski County Court in the state aforesaid, said court being a Court of Record established by the Constitution and laws of the State of Kentucky, William Trimble, a resident of said county and state of Kentucky aged about seventy one years, who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath state, in consequence of his bodily infirmity he is unable to attend or appear in, and before the Pulaski County Court not having been able to leave his residence or room for a considerable time past owing to his infirm state of health aforesaid, and the said William Trimble on his oath makes the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832. That he volunteered in the Army of the United States in the month of September in the year 1777 in the county of Augusta and State of Virginia with Captain Joseph Patterson, commanded by Col. Dickinson, in the Brigade of General Hann, to serve a tour of duty of three months during the Revolutionary War against the Indians hostile at that time, was Marched from Stanton through Greenbrier to the Point on the Ohio River, and there remained or was stationed until the expiration of three months and was then discharged by said General Hann, and returned home to my said residence in the County of Augusta. Afterward to the best of this applicants, William Trimble, recollection in the month of September in the year 1779 he served a tour of duty of three months as a substitute in the room of his brother James Trimble, who was drafted to serve for three months against the hostile Indians to wit the Tuschaway Tribe of Indians, marching from the town of Stanton in said County of Augusta and State of Virginia, under Captain William Henderson commanded by Col. William Boyer and in the brigade of Genl. McIntosh, to the town of said tribe of Indians called at that time the Tuschaway Towns, crossing the Ohio River at McIntosh's Fort or Garrison, from thence to said Indian Towns, at which place the said Gen. McIntosh concluded or made a treaty with said Indians in the month of December, or January following to the best of his, the said William Trimble's, recollection. When he was discharged having served out his tour and then returned home to his residence in the said County of Augusta and State of Va.

Afterwards, the said William Trimble sites, in the month of December, in the year 1780, he was drafted to serve and perform a tour of military duty in the service of the United States against the British. The company commanded by Capt. James Trimble, in the Reg. of Col. Sampson Matthews, was marched from the town of Stanton in County of Augusta, to Fredericksburg - remaining there two or three days from thence to Gerico, near the sea shore, marched through the now city of Richmond thence through Petersburg from thence to Gerico where the troops were stationed and remained till the expiration of the three months, the time for which he was drafted to serve as aforesaid, and was there discharged or dismissed from further service, and again returned home to his residence in the county of Augusta and State of Virginia. Afterwards, to the best of his the said Wm. Trimble's recollection in the month of July, in the year 1781 or 82, he volunteered in the said County of Augusta, Va. to serve a tour of duty of three months in the service of the United States against Great Britain in the mounted Rifle Company commanded by Capt. James Trimble, marched upwards of 200 miles in a direction towards New York. The said Wm. Trimble states that the company of troops to which he belonged during his servitude was frequently visited by Col. Dick belonging to the regular service or army of the United States, and continued in said mounted company twenty days. I was then discharged, but the time or place he cannot now precisely recollect, he being at that time very young, and it being a long time since, but to the best of his recollection it was about two months before the surrender of Cornwallis and then returned home to his place of residence above mentioned in Augusta County Virginia, receiving a discharge for a tour of three month, in consequence of his having equipped himself as aforesaid by furnishing himself a horse etc. The said William Trimble states he has no documentary evidence having lost or mislaid his several discharges for his services as above mentioned, and knows of nor person or persons by whom he can establish his service, or who has a personal knowledge of them. But states the above named services were performed by him with embodied corps called into service, as he as the time understood, and still believes by competent authority, and for the times which all his said service as mentioned were performed and performing he was not employed in any civil pursuit. An he hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present, and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any sate. Answer to interrogatories put to him as prescribed by the War Department, to wit:

Answer to lst interrogatory he the said William Trimble states on his oath that he was born in the County of Augusta and State of Virginia, the day month nor year not recollecting having no record of his age, but supposes it was in the year 1760 as he was put on the muster roll at the age of 16 years of age and that he had been on the muster roll to the best of his recollection one year previous to his volunteering to perform the first tour of duty as in his declaration states.

Answer to 3rd interrogatory (the 2nd having been answered in the first to the record of his age) he states on oath that he was living at the time of volunteering to perform the 1st tour of duty as in his declaration states in the County of Augusta in the State of Virginia, in which county he was born and which said County of Augusta he continued to and did live in during the Revolutionary War, except the time he was absent therefrom the service of the United States.

To 4th interrogatory he states he volunteered to perform his 1st tour of duty. Substituted in the place of his brother James Trimble the 2nd. And then was drafted when he performed his 3rd tour of duty and volunteered to perform the 4th tour, all of which appear in his annexed declaration.

To 5th interrogatory, he the said William Trimble here again states, that Col. Dick of the regular Army frequently visited the army or troops to which he belonged during his service, but being very young cannot recollect or state the regiment, he being kept out reconnoitering and he states that he has no recollection at this time of ever having seen the main or regular army during his service more than one time.

To 6th interrogatory, I received discharges for the several tours performed by me as in my declaration mentioned, but have lost or so mislaid them that I cannot find them.

To the 7th interrogatory, He states he is known to Robert Gilmore and Christley Tarter of Pulaski County, and residing in his present neighborhood, by whom he can prove his character for veracity and their belief of this service as a soldier of the Revolution, he further states that there is no clergyman at this time residing in Pulaski County immediately in his said Trimble's neighborhood.

 

Sworn and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

Signed William Trimble

 

Robert Gilmore and Christley Tarter residing in Pulaski County and vicinity of William Trimble hereby certify that we are well acquainted with William Trimble who has subscribed, and sworn to the above declaration, that we believe him to be about 71 years old as stated by him and that he is reputed and believed in his neighborhood to have been a soldier of the Revolution Sworn before a

Justice of the Peace Signed: Christley Tarter & Robt. Gilmore

 

State of Kentucky - Pulaski County - Be it known that on this 11th day of September in the year 1842 personally appeared before the Pulaski County Court in open court now sitting as a court Mary Trimble aged 70 years the 14th day of April 1842, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision of the Law of the United States granting a pension to the widows of the soldiers of the Revolutionary War of the United States who were married between the close of the Revolutionary War and before the year 1790. She states that she was in due form of law married to William Trimble now dead, on the 19th day of April 1787. That the marriage took place in the County of Greenbrier, state of Virginia, that she was married by a Baptist preacher by the name of John Alderson, she understood that the license issued according to law for their marriage, but she does not know what became of it nor does she know whether there was any return or certificate of their marriage put to record. She further states on oath that she knows of no person by whom she can prove her marriage. Her husband kept a record of their marriage and the first three of their children to wit, David Trimble, James Trimble and Betsy Raburn Trimble, in his own hand writing in a black sealed skin pocket book, which is here exhibited for inspection. She states that her name before marriage was Mary Flemin. That the three of their children whose births are recorded in said pocket book are written immediately under the entry of their marriage, that the births of the other persons entered in said pocket book at a different place are not her children, but are her grand children. That David Trimble her eldest and first child was born 20th January 1788. She further states that William Trimble her late husband departed this life on the sixth day of June 1840 in the county of Pulaski State of Kentucky, that he was a soldier of the army of the United States in the Revolutionary War and was at the time of his death a Revolutionary pensioner of the Untied States, she respectfully refers to his declaration on filed in the pension Department made by him to obtain a pension for his services in the Revolutionary War. That she is now the widow of said William Trimble, that they had nine children of the following names to wit, David, James, Betsy R., William, Polly, John, Joicy, Letitha and Ellsebeth Trimble. That her husband moved from Greenbrier County, State of Virginia to the County of Bourbon and State of Kentucky about the first of October 1792 and lived there about three years, he then moved to the County of Harrison, State of Kentucky and lived there about ten years, they then moved to the County of Pulaski, State of Kentucky that they lived together as man and wife in the County of Pulaski till his death and in which county she has ever since resided.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

Mary X Trimble, her Mark

I David Trimble, residing in the County of Pulaski, State of Kentucky, aged 54 years hereby certify and declares on oath that he is the son of the above named applicant Mary Trimble and William Trimble decd. that he does of his own personal knowledge know that the black sealed skin pocket book produced in the court this day by his other was his father's pocket book, that his Father at the earliest recollection of this that he does also know that the entry in said pocket book of the time of the marriage of his Father and Mother and the births of their three first children is in the hand writing of this Father , that his Mother from his earliest recollection was always recognized by his Father as his wife. That his Father departed this life about the sixth day of June 1840 and that at the time of his death as a pensioner of the United States for services as a soldier of the Revolutionary War of the United States.

David X Trimble, his mark

 

More About WILLIAM TRIMBLE, SR:

Military service: Pvt in Virginia "WPNS (See Notes)

 

More About MARY FLEMING:

Date born 2: April 14, 1772

 

 

Notes for MARY FLEMING:

Transcript of Mary Trimbles application for pension benefits:

State of Kentucky - Pulaski County - Be it known that on this 11th day of September in the year 1842 personally apeared before the Pulaski County Court in open court now sitting as a court Mary Trimble aged 70 years the 14th day of April 1842, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision of the Law of the United States granting a pension to the widows of the soldiers of the Revolutionary War of the United States who were married between the close of the Revolutionary War and before the year 1790.

 

She states that she was in due form of law married to William Trimble now dead, on the 19th day of April 1787. That the marriage took place in the County of Greenbrier, State of Virginia, that she was married by a Baptist preacher by the name of John Alderson, she understood that the license issued according to law for their marriage, but she does not know what became of it nor does she know whether there was any return or certificate of their marriage put to record. She further states on oath that she knows of no person by whom she can prove her marriage. Her husband kept a record of their marriage and the first three of their children to wit: David Trimble, James Trimble, and Betsy Raburn Trimble, in his own hand writing in a black seal skin pocket book, which is here exhibited for inspection. She states that her name before marriage was Mary Flemin.

 

That the three of their children whose births are recorded in said pocket book are written immediately under the entry of their marriage, that the births of the other persons entered in said pocket book at a different place are not her children, but are her grand children.

 

That David Trimble her eldest and first child was born 20th January 1788. She further states that William Trimble her late husband departed this life on the sixth of June 1840 in the County of Pulaski State of Kentucky, that he was a soldier of the army of the United States in the Revolutionary War and was at the time of his death a Revolutionary pensioner of the United States, she respectfully refers to his declaration on filed in the pension Department made by him to obtain a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War. That she is now the widow of said William Trimble, that they had nine children of the following names to wit, David, James, Betsy R., William, Polly, John, Joicy, Letitha and Ellsbeth Trimble.

 

That her husband moved from Greenbrier County, State of Virginia to the County of Bourbon and State of Kentucky about the first of October 1792 and lived there about three years, he then moved to the County of Harrison, State of Kentucky and lived there about ten years, they then moved to the County of Pulaski, State of Kentucky that they lived together as man and wife in the County of Pulaski till his death and in which County she has ever since resided.

 

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

 

Mary X Trimble (her mark)

 

Children of WILLIAM TRIMBLE and MARY FLEMING are:

53. i. JOHN20 TRIMBLE, b. 1796, Harrison County, Ky.

ii. JAMES TRIMBLE, b. 1790.

54. iii. TALITHA TRIMBLE, b. 1814.

55. iv. DAVID FRANKLIN TRIMBLE, b. January 20, 1788, Greenbrier Co, Va; d. December 18, 1856, Pulask Co,KY.

56. v. ELIZABETH (BETSEY) RAEBURNTRIMBLE, b. 1792, Greenbrier Co, Va; d. 1866, RockcasteCo, Ky.

57. vi. WILLIAM TRIMBLE, JR, b. 1795, Harrison County, Ky.

58. vii. MARY POLLY TRIMBLE, b. 1795, in Harrison County, Ky; d. 1870, in Pulaski Co, Ky Probably Caughron Family Cemetery, PC, Ky.

viii. JOICY TRIMBLE, b. 1796.

59. ix. ELIZABETH (IBBY) TRIMBLE, b. 1810, Pulask Co,KY.

 

 

41. JOHN19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1742 in Augusta County, VA, and died April 22, 1824 in Augusta County, VA. He married MARGARET ARNOLD 1768.

 

Notes for JOHN TRIMBLE:

Chronicles of the Scots-Irish Settlement in Virginia Vol 2 shows:

1824-April 22, John Trimble died at the age of 82.

 

Child of JOHN TRIMBLE and MARGARET ARNOLD is:

i. CATHRINE20 TRIMBLE, b. 1770; d. 1856, Allegany Co Maryland; m. KELITA POTTER, November 15, 1792, allegany Co Maryland.

 

 

42. JAMES19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born August 02, 1747 in Augusta County, VA, and died June 26, 1815 in Montgomery Co, VA. He married JANE YOUNG April 29, 1773 in augusta Co Va.

 

Notes for JAMES TRIMBLE:

On May 18, 1773, he was appointed an overseer of roads in Augusta Col, VA was the first elder in the Springfield Presbyterian Church which is now in Bath Co. (formerly Montgomery Co., KY).

 

(1) 364-1756-headwaters of Bullpasture-P

(2) 300-1761-Crabbottom-P-sold to Peter Hull

(3) 330-1761-Crabbottom-P-sold to Peter Hull

(4) 85-1766-Crabbottom-P-sold to Peter Hull

 

He commanded in the Reg. of Col. Sampson Matthews a group from Augusta Co., VA, and was known as Capt. James Trimble. Served in the Rev. War with his brother William.

 

Children of JAMES TRIMBLE and JANE YOUNG are:

i. ROBERT20 TRIMBLE, b. 1792, Montgomery Co, Ky Mt Sterling.

ii. JOHN TRIMBLE, b. 1793; d. 1854.

 

 

43. THOMAS19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1748, and died 1830 in Fleming Co Ky. He married ABIGAIL GATLIFF November 05, 1785. She was born 1756 in Va, and died 1822 in Fleming Co Ky.

 

Notes for THOMAS TRIMBLE:

Thomas was a church member and deacon of his church.

 

More About THOMAS TRIMBLE:

Census: Listed in the 1790 Census of Virginia as a resident of Greenbriar County.

 

Child of THOMAS TRIMBLE and ABIGAIL GATLIFF is:

60. i. MARY20 TRIMBLE, b. 1785, Greenbrair Co Va; d. 1836, Madison Co Ohio.

 

 

44. ISAAC19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1752 in Augusta County, VA, and died 1816 in Bourbon Co Ky. He married MARY GRAHAM June 14, 1787 in RockgridgeCo Va.

 

Notes for ISAAC TRIMBLE:

Moved with his father to KY. although they did not make the move until 1792, they probably had taken up land on which they were paying taxes as early as 1791.

Children of ISAAC TRIMBLE and MARY GRAHAM are:

i. SALLY20 TRIMBLE, m. JAMES MCLAUGHLIN.

ii. DAVID TRIMBLE.

 

 

45. GEORGE19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 01, 1756 in Augusta County, VA, and died December 14, 1814 in Bourbon Co Ky. He married JEAN ARMSTRONG October 04, 1792 in augusta Co Va. She was born October 25, 1763 in Augusta County, VA, and died August 26, 1839 in Orange Co IN.

 

Notes for GEORGE TRIMBLE:

Served as a private in the Virginia militia under his brother, Capt James Trimble in the Revolutionary War.

 

 

 

Notes for JEAN ARMSTRONG:

The farm on which Geroge's family lived in Orange Co., IN, after his death, is located in Northeast Township.

In the Trimble Cemetery located there, are recorded these burials: Jane Armstrong Trimble, Thomas, Mary Margaret, and George Trimble.

 

 

Child of GEORGE TRIMBLE and JEAN ARMSTRONG is:

i. SARAH20 TRIMBLE, b. 1802; d. 1864; m. NATHAN MARTIN; b. 1802; d. 1873.

 

 

46. DAVID FRANKLIN19 TRIMBLE (MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 20, 1758 in Amherst County, VA, and died 1828 in Montgomery Co, Ky Mt Sterling. He married LUCY LACY August 28, 1781 in Alderson Monroe WV, daughter of WILLIAM LACY and MARY NETTLE. She was born 1763 in Greenbrair County, VA, and died 1827.

 

Notes for DAVID FRANKLIN TRIMBLE:

They lived in Greenbrier CO., VA for approximately 10 years before migrating in 1797 to Kentucky.

 

Children of DAVID TRIMBLE and LUCY LACY are:

i. BETSY20 TRIMBLE.

ii. JANE TRIMBLE.

iii. LUCINDA TRIMBLE.

iv. NANCY TRIMBLE.

v. MARK TRIMBLE, b. 1782.

vi. POLLY TRIMBLE, b. 1785.

61. vii. WILLIAM TRIMBLE, b. January 12, 1787, Monroe CO., (W)VA; d. October 07, 1870, Hazel Green, Wolfe, KY.

viii. DAVID CLARK TRIMBLE, b. June 1794.

62. ix. ISAAC TRIMBLE, b. 1794; d. Bef. 1894.

63. x. JOHN TRIMBLE, b. 1794; d. Bef. 1894.

xi. LOUISA TRIMBLE, b. 1796.

 

 

47. SAM19 HOUSTON, MAJOR (ROBERT18, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) He married ELIZABETH PAXTON.

Children of SAM HOUSTON and ELIZABETH PAXTON are:

i. PAXTON20 HOUSTON.

ii. ROBERT HOUSTON.

iii. JAMES HOUSTON.

iv. JOHN HOUSTON.

64. v. SAM HOUSTON, GENERAL.

vi. WILLIAM HOUSTON.

vii. ISABELLA HOUSTON.

viii. MARY HOUSTON.

ix. ELIZA HOUSTON.

 

 

Generation No. 20

 

48. HANNAH20 DAUGHERTY (GEORGE19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1780. She married BENJAMIN MCDOWELL November 24, 1800 in Fort Logan , Lincoln Co KY. He was born 1770.

Child of HANNAH DAUGHERTY and BENJAMIN MCDOWELL is:

i. ELIZABETH21 MCDOWELL, b. January 26, 1801; d. November 24, 1831, Adair Co Ky.

 

 

49. WILLIAM20 DAUGHERTY (JAMES19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1769 in VA. He married ANNE MCGILL May 20, 1794 in Lincoln Co, daughter of JOHN MAGILL and MARY CRAVENS. She was born 1757 in Augusta Co., VA.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DAUGHERTY:

William "Billy" Daugherty Sex: M

Change Date: 27 NOV 2001 Birth: BETWEEN 1769 AND 1772 in VA

Note:

based on age 60-70 in 1840 census, over 45 years old on 1817

St. Charles Co., MO census

Note:

a man named John MAGILL purchased 158.22 acres of federal land

which included the site of Billy Daugherty's ferry south of the

Missouri, all of T15 S44 R1W, now the western portions of

downtown Washington, MO. Magill was never listed as a taxpayer

or appeared on census

Census: 1817 Femme Osage Twp., St. Charles Co., MO

Note:

as age 45+ with 3 males under 18, three males 14+, one female

under 14, no slaves; nextdoor was Benoni McClure

Occupation: Court of Common Pleas approved his request to operate a ferry

across the Missouri River "at the first bluff below the mouth

of St. John's Creek," which is now Kinkead Caldwell's Spanish

land grant and the present-day town of Washington, Franklin

Co., MO to the area in St. Charles (now Warren) Co., MO 1814 St. Louis (now Franklin) Co., MO

Immigration: BEF 1817 St. Charles (now Warren) Co., MO

Note:

across the Missouri River into neighboring county where his

ferry landed

Census: 1840 MO

Note: as age 60-70

Immigration: BEF 1814 St. Louis Co., MO

Note: with friend or cousin from Lincoln Co. named Benoni McClure

Immigration: BEF 1819 St. John's Twp., Franklin Co., MO

Note: moved back across the Missouri River, was on property tax list

Occupation: member of grand jury 1819 Franklin Co., MO

Occupation: as juror 1822 Franklin Co., MO

Occupation: member of grand jury 1825 Franklin Co., MO

Note: land and property tax payer

 

Father: James Daugherty b: BEF 03 MAY 1747 in Augusta Co., VA

Mother: Rebecca Cunningham b: ABT 1750?

 

Marriage 1 Anne Magill b: 1757 in Augusta Co., VA

Married: 09 MAY 1794 in Lincoln Co., KY

 

Children of WILLIAM DAUGHERTY and ANNE MCGILL are:

i. MARGARET PATTERSON "POLLY"21 DAUGHERTY, b. 1795.

ii. LUCRETIA A. DAUGHERTY, b. 1797.

iii. SAMUEL FRAME DAUGHERTY, b. December 06, 1800.

iv. JOHN M. DAUGHERTY, b. 1808.

v. WILLIAM RUTLEDGE DAUGHERTY, b. May 14, 1809.

vi. DORCAS DAUGHERTY, b. 1816.

 

 

50. ESTHER20 DAUGHERTY (WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1780. She married (1) GEORGE HAMMONDS December 22, 1818 in Lincoln Co. She married (2) ELIJAH WELLS November 16, 1824 in Lincoln Co KY. He was born 1765 in VA, and died October 02, 1843 in Lincoln co ky.

Children of ESTHER DAUGHERTY and ELIJAH WELLS are:

i. ANDREW21 WELLS, b. 1820.

ii. EMILY WELLS, b. 1825.

iii. ELIJAH JR WELLS, b. 1825; d. August 21, 1893, Anderson CO. KY.

 

 

51. JOHN20 DAUGHERTY (WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born September 23, 1781 in Lincoln Co Ky, and died January 12, 1834 in Lincoln Co. He married DARCAS EVANS May 13, 1808. She was born December 10, 1787 in Mercer Co Ky Harrodsburg Ky, and died January 08, 1870.

 

Notes for JOHN DAUGHERTY:

left a noncupative will: "On January the 11th 1834 one day

before the death of John DAUGHERTY of Lincoln County Kentucky

he the above named John DAUGHERTY being as we believe in his

right mind and in our presence and in our hearing say that when

he died it was his wish that his wife Dorcas DAUGHERTY should

take charge of his personal estate pay all his Just Debts and

keep the rest for her support and the raising and schooling of

his children and at her death whatever should be then left to

be equally divided among ALL HIS CHILDREN.

Alexander Wilson

Marshall Moore

Kentucky Lincoln County Court

At a County Court holden for the County Lincoln on

Monday the 10 of February 1836. The noncupative will of John

DAUGHERTY deceased was exhibited into Court and proven by the

oath of Alexander Wilson & Marshall Moore and ordered to be

recorded And on the motion of Dorcas DAUGHERTY the widow and

relict of the said John DAUGHERTY who made oath as the law

directs and executed bond in the penalty of one thousand

dollars with Allen Logan & Philip Hocker her securities with a

proper condition ordered that a certificate be granted her for

obtaining letters of administration with the will annexed of

John DAUGHERTY deceased in due form of law.

Witness Thomas Helm, Clerk Lincoln Co. Court"

1

Death: 12 JAN 1834 in Lincoln Co., KY

Note: per noncupative will; buried in Campbell Ceme., Lincoln Co.

:

Inventory and appraisement of estate by Executors:

Two Steers one brindle one red $10.00

1 white Face Heifer 5.00

1 spotted Cow and Calf 6.00

1 Red Cow & Calf 6.00

2 Cows one red & one spotted 16.00

2 small heifers 9.00

1 Red Heifer 5.00

1 old Red Cow 5.00

1 Black mare 45.00

1 Rhone horse 35.00

1 Bay mare and mule Colt 60.00

3 head of hogs 30.00

1 Grine stone 3.00

1 waggon & hind gear 40.00

1 Barshare Plough & Double Tree &c 3.00

2 Shovel Plough & single Tree 2.00

1 mattock & grinding Wheel 1.25

5 SS harness & traces 5.00

2 Scythe & cradle stock 1.50

1 Spade & Reap hook .75

2 Felling axes D Knife & foot edge 2.00

2 Bee stands 3.00

1 Large Kettle & Bale 2.50

2 Potts 1 oven & skillet 3.00

1 Iron Shovel .50

2 Fall leaf Tables 4.00

1 Cupboard & furniture 7.00

1 Yankee Clock 20.00

1 small [qynar ? ] Table 1.50

1 Rifle gun &c 8.00

4 Beds of furniture 40.00

1 Handsaw Henkle Chest &c 3.00

1 Loom & Tackling 4.00

3 Spinning wheels & cheek Reel 4.00

9 Chairs & Looking glass 2.00

1 pr Steelyards 1.50

1 Cutting Knife & Flax Brake 2.00

1 Bible &c 3.00

1 kitt Black Smith Tools 50.00

Total 449.50

We the undersigned do certify we well and truly appraised the

personal Estate of John DORHERTY that was exhibited by the

administrators this 11th day of July 1834

Robt H Givens

Tilman Hocker

Saml Campbell

At a County Court for Lincoln County at the Court house in

Stanford on Monday the 28th day of July 1834. An Inventory &

appraisement of the Estate of John DAUGHERTY dec'd witnessed in

Court & O. R.

Witness Thomas Helm CLC 2

Religion: Presbyterian; birthdates on this family from gr-gr-grandson

Clarence Daugherty, Napa, CA; he did not list Mary or James ABT 1808 Lincoln Co., KY

 

Children of JOHN DAUGHERTY and DARCAS EVANS are:

65. i. NATHAN21 DAUGHERTY, b. April 01, 1831, Lincoln Co; d. April 09, 1889, Lincoln Co.

ii. ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, b. May 04, 1809; d. November 11, 1865; m. JAMES WILSON, January 29, 1845; b. 1805.

iii. CHARLOTTE DAUGHERTY, b. December 10, 1812; d. September 13, 1885.

iv. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. July 10, 1814; d. July 26, 1885; m. (1) MARY SHACKELFORD, March 07, 1853, Lincoln Co; m. (2) SARAH JANE GILES, October 01, 1865, Lincoln Co.

 

Notes for WILLIAM DAUGHERTY:

Indenture between Monroe Smith and William Dorerty both of the

Co. of Lincoln, that whereas the said Monroe Smith and William

Dorerty both have purchased a Tract of land of James Blain for

which they gave the joint and several note payable the 1st day

of Oct 1838 for the sum of nine hundred Dollars, in which

purchase the said Monroe Smith is to have half the said Tract

of land and to pay half the afsd. sum of money, and whereas the

said Monroe Smith for the consideration of such Joint

obligation and Securityship for the better securing to the said

Dorety any loss which he may thereby sustain and likewise in

consideration of one Dollar to the said property in hand paid,

the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged . . . lying and

being in the County of Lincoln and bounded as follows, To wit:

Beginning at a chesnut tree . . . if the said Monroe Smith

shall pay to the said James Blain . . . the sum of four hundred

fifty dollars on or before the 1st day of October next, then

these presents to be null and void . . .

Monroe Smith

as age 45, born KY, with Dorcas (his mother) 72 KY, Charlotte

(his sister) 47 KY, Mary (his wife) 38 KY, Nathan (his brother)

27 KY, Margaret (Nathan's wife) 30 KY, John 8 KY, James 6 KY,

David 5 KY, Sarah E. 1/12, KY (latter four are Nathan's

children)

 

 

v. DAVID E DAUGHERTY, b. September 06, 1817; m. MARTHA J "PATSY" HALL, July 17, 1848; b. 1820, ky.

vi. SARAH DAUGHERTY, b. May 31, 1821; d. October 23, 1857.

vii. MARRITA DAUGHERTY, b. November 23, 1827.

viii. JOHN E. DAUGHERTY, m. MILLY ADAMS, April 10, 1854, Lincoln Co.

66. ix. CHARLES DAUGHERTY, b. March 31, 1827.

x. JAMES DAUGHERTY, b. 1814.

xi. MARY DAUGHERTY, b. 1825.

 

 

52. WILLIAM20 DAUGHERTY (WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1773. He married SUSANNA MCGILL January 09, 1797, daughter of WIILAM MCGILL and JEAN?. She was born December 28, 1774 in VA.

Children of WILLIAM DAUGHERTY and SUSANNA MCGILL are:

i. JOHN E.21 DAUGHERTY, m. POLLY SPIRES.

ii. SAMUEL DAUGHERTY, m. HANNAH WHEELDON.

iii. MARY DAUGHERTY, m. JOHN WOODS, 1834.

67. iv. JAMES DAUGHERTY.

v. HIRAM DAUGHERTY, m. (1) NANCY CLIFFORD, November 17, 1834, Lincoln Co; m. (2) AGNES WARREN, February 02, 1849.

 

 

53. JOHN20 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1796 in Harrison County, Ky. He married MILLY TARTER October 04, 1822 in Pulaski Co, daughter of JOHANN TARTER and NANCY LOGAN. She was born 1803 in Burke County, and died Aft. 1870 in Pulask Co,KY.

Children of JOHN TRIMBLE and MILLY TARTER are:

68. i. JAMES21 TRIMBLE, b. 1831, Pulask Co,KY; d. 1880, Pulask Co,KY.

ii. JESSE TRIMBLE, b. 1832, NC.

iii. MARY POLLY TRIMBLE, b. 1833; m. (1) WILLIAM CARTER, November 11, 1852, Pulaski Co, KY; m. (2) WILLIAM CARTER, November 14, 1952.

 

Notes for MARY POLLY TRIMBLE:

Polly m Trimble 19, Wayne Co. married William Carter 22, Pulaski Co. - Nov. 14, 1952. Wm. Weddle Minister, Surety: Wm. Carter, James Trimble. Res., John Trimble. Brides Father John Trimble. Witness John Trimble and James Trimble.), b. Abt. 1834, Pulaski Co, Ky; m. WILLIAM CARTER, November 11, 1852, Pulaski Co, KY; b. Pulaski Co, Ky.

 

iv. WILLIAM TRIMBLE, b. 1836.

v. CATHERINE JANE TRIMBLE, b. 1839.

vi. THOMAS K TRIMBLE, b. December 1844; d. April 23, 1920, Pulaski Co, Ky..

vii. JERUSHA ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. December 26, 1847, Pulaski Co, Ky.; d. September 23, 1923, Pulaski Co, Ky..

 

 

54. TALITHA20 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1814. She married (1) GEORGE DYER DAULTON. He was born 1827 in Pulask Co,KY, and died 1890 in Pulask Co,KY. She married (2) JORDAN FLOYD January 18, 1837 in Pulaski Co, son of MATTHEW FLOYD and SUSAN WARREN. He was born 1815 in Pulask Co,KY.

 

Notes for TALITHA TRIMBLE:

Jordan4 Floyd (4020) (Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born in 1815 at Kentucky.136 He married Talitha Trimble (4022) on 18 January 1837 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, surety was John W. Floyd and made oath that bride was of age.137

 

In 1850, Talitha and Jordan were residents of District #2, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.136

 

In 1860, Jordan and Talitha were residents of Somerset District #1, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.138

 

In 1870 Jordan Floyd (4020) was living in household of Squire M. Floyd (16215) and Jane at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the 1870 Census.139

 

Talitha Trimble (4022) was born in 1814 at Kentucky.136

 

In 1870 Talitha Trimble (4022) was living in household of Squire M. Floyd (16215) and Jane at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the 1870 Census.139

 

Children of TALITHA TRIMBLE and JORDAN FLOYD are:

i. LUCY21 FLOYD, b. 1838.

ii. JOHN FLOYD, b. 1842.

iii. MICHAEL FLOYD, b. 1846.

iv. SQUIRE FLOYD, b. 1849.

 

 

55. DAVID FRANKLIN20 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 20, 1788 in Greenbrier Co, Va, and died December 18, 1856 in Pulask Co,KY. He married (1) NANCY TARTER, daughter of JOHN TARTER and NANCY LOGAN. She was born 1801 in Burke County NC, and died March 13, 1862. He married (2) ELIZABETH TARTER November 15, 1821 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky 1, daughter of JOHANN TARTER and NANCY LOGAN. She was born 1803 in Burke County,North Carolina, and died March 13, 1862 in Pulaski County,Kentucky.

 

Notes for DAVID FRANKLIN TRIMBLE:

David Franklin TRIMBLE was born on 20 Jan 1788 in Greenbriar County, Virginia. (51) He died on 18 Dec 1856 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.(307) From Kentucky State Archives Film #994053: KY Birth, Marriage, and Death Records (1852-1910); Filmed Jan 1981 by The Division of Archives & Records, Frankfort, KY;

Pulaski Co: 1856, page 2

David Trimble M/M/W 65 " Wm. & Polly Trimble 18 Dec Old age PC PC VA Farmer Parents: William TRIMBLE and Mary FLEMING.

He was married to Nancy TARTER on 15 Nov 1821 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.(51) (39) Children were: Elizabeth TRIMBLE, John TRIMBLE, Celia TRIMBLE, Delia (Delila) TRIMBLE, Milly Emila TRIMBLE, Sarah Elda (Sorilda) TRIMBLE , Cyrenus Waite TRIMBLE, James Franklin TRIMBLE, Thomas Crittendon TRIMBLE , Wesley TRIMBLE, Permida Jane TRIMBLE.

 

From Kentucky State Archives Film #994053: KY Birth, Marriage, and Death Records (1852-1910); Filmed Jan 1981 by The Division of Archives & Records, Frankfort, KY;

Pulaski Co: 1856, page 2

David Trimble M/M/W 65 " Wm. & Polly Trimble 18 Dec Old age PC PC VA Farmer

From Charles Turpin: David Trimble, James F. Trimble's father, died December 20, 1856, according to the entries in James Bankbook and his Daybook. In a family tree compiled by my cousin Bill Turpin, the date of David's death is listed as December 24, 1856 . (Bill listed no source for the date given by him.)

 

From Kentucky State Archives Film #994053: KY Birth, Marriage, and Death Records (1852-1910); Filmed Jan 1981 by The Division of Archives & Records, Frankfort, KY;

Pulaski Co: 1856, page 2

David Trimble M/M/W 65 " Wm. & Polly Trimble 18 Dec Old age PC PC VA Farmer

From Charles Turpin: David Trimble, James F. Trimble's father, died December 20, 1856, according to the entries in James Bankbook and his Daybook. In a family tree compiled by my cousin Bill Turpin, the date of David's death is listed as December 24, 1856 . (Bill listed no source for the date given by him.)

 

Children of DAVID TRIMBLE and NANCY TARTER are:

i. DELIA21 TRIMBLE, m. HENRY LAY, November 29, 1847, Pulaski Co, KY.

 

Notes for HENRY LAY:

Microfiche for Pulaski Co Records shows Henry Lay married Delia Trimble in 1847 and Elizabeth Trimble in 1849.

Daughter Celia Balzora Lay of Henry Lay and Delia Trimble

Ky Vitals Birth, Death, Marriage for Pulaski County show:

America A 1852, Lucy M 1853, Celia Balsora 1855, Louisa E 1857, James Franklin 1859.

Story goes that Delia Trimble was sick and Henry married her until she died, having an affair with Elizabeth on the side. Henry and Elizabeth had 2 children before they married.

 

 

ii. MARY EDA TRIMBLE.

iii. PERMIDA TRIMBLE.

iv. SARAH TRIMBLE.

69. v. JOHN TRIMBLE, b. 1824, Pulaski Co .Kentucky; d. October 17, 1859, in Pulaski Co .Kentucky.

vi. CELIA TRIMBLE, b. 1827.

70. vii. CYRENUS TRIMBLE, b. February 23, 1836, Pulaski County,Kentucky; d. June 06, 1908, Ky.

71. viii. JAMES FRANKLIN TRIMBLE, b. January 03, 1836, Pulaski Co,Kentucky; d. May 25, 1918, Pulaski Co,Kentucky.

72. ix. THOMAS CRITTENDON TRIMBLE, b. October 08, 1837; d. August 22, 1908, Oak Hill Cem,Pulaski Co,Kentucky.

x. WESLEY R TRIMBLE, b. 1845.

73. xi. ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. Pulaski Co, Ky..

 

Children of DAVID TRIMBLE and ELIZABETH TARTER are:

xii. CELIA21 TRIMBLE, b. December 16, 1826.

xiii. CYRENUS WAITE TRIMBLE, b. February 23, 1834.

xiv. PERLINA JANE TRIMBLE.

xv. ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. January 07, 1823.

xvi. WILLIAM TRIMBLE, b. February 06, 1824.

xvii. JAMES FRANKLIN TRIMBLE, b. January 23, 1836.

xviii. THOMAS TRIMBLE, b. October 08, 1837.

xix. WESLEY TRIMBLE, b. 1842.

xx. NANCY TRIMBLE.

xxi. MILLIA TRIMBLE, b. August 08, 1830.

xxii. SERILDA TRIMBLE, b. July 02, 1832.

xxiii. JOHN TRIMBLE, b. 1825.

74. xxiv. DELILAH TRIMBLE, b. October 14, 1828.

 

 

56. ELIZABETH (BETSEY)20 RAEBURNTRIMBLE (WILLIAM19 TRIMBLE, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1792 in Greenbrier Co, Va, and died 1866 in RockcasteCo, Ky. She married (1) CHRISTIAN TARTER November 04, 1817 in Pulaski Co, Ky, son of JOHANN TARTER and NANCY LOGAN. He was born 1790 in Montgomery Co, VA, and died April 04, 1868 in Nancy, KY Pulaski Co. She married (2) JOHN TARTER April 14, 1833 in Pulaski Co.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH (BETSEY) RAEBURNTRIMBLE:

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH TRIMBLE and CHRISTIAN TARTER:

Marriage Book states 4 November, 1817, John Black Presiding

 

Children of ELIZABETH RAEBURNTRIMBLE and CHRISTIAN TARTER are:

i. HIRAM21 TARTER.

ii. POLLY JANE TARTER.

iii. SQUIRE TARTER, b. 1819, Pulaski Co, Ky; d. 1907, Russell Co, Ky.

75. iv. READER W TARTER, b. January 18, 1821, Pulaski Co, Ky; d. December 19, 1872.

76. v. ENOCH L TARTER, b. September 09, 1822; d. April 25, 1891, Pulaski Co, Ky.

vi. JAMES TARTER, b. 1825, Pulaski Co; d. December 14, 1866, Russell co, Ky.

vii. CYRENIUS TARTER, b. 1827, Pulaski Co, Ky; d. 1876, Russell Co, Ky; m. MALVINA GADBERRY, January 03, 1851; d. 1831.

 

 

57. WILLIAM20 TRIMBLE, JR (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1795 in Harrison County, Ky. He married (1) PHOEBE SMITH. He married (2) SUSANNA HART June 18, 1813 in Wayne Co, Ky,.. He married (3) JANE DAVIDSON July 23, 1817 in Pulaski Co. She was born in Pulaski Co, Ky.

Children of WILLIAM TRIMBLE and PHOEBE SMITH are:

i. GREEN CLARK21 TRIMBLE, b. September 15, 1814.

ii. THOMAS DUDLEY TRIMBLE, b. 1817.

 

 

58. MARY POLLY20 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1795 in in Harrison County, Ky, and died 1870 in in Pulaski Co, Ky Probably Caughron Family Cemetery, PC, Ky. She married THOMAS CAUGHRON November 08, 1814 in Pulaski Co, Ky..

Children of MARY TRIMBLE and THOMAS CAUGHRON are:

77. i. BLATCHELY21 CAUGHRON, b. 1823, Pulaski Co, Ky.

78. ii. ELIZABETH F CAUGHRON, b. 1826.

iii. NANCY CAUGHRON, b. 1829; m. FRANKLIN P JOHNS, March 18, 1845, Pulaski Co, KY.

 

 

59. ELIZABETH (IBBY)20 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1810 in Pulask Co,KY. She married JACOB TARTER April 15, 1833 in Pulaski Co. He was born 1795, and died 1844 in Pulask Co,KY.

Children of ELIZABETH TRIMBLE and JACOB TARTER are:

i. LOUISA JANE21 TARTER.

ii. WILLIAM FLEMUEL TARTER, b. March 05, 1837.

iii. SILAS TARTER, b. 1838.

 

 

60. MARY20 TRIMBLE (THOMAS19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1785 in Greenbrair Co Va, and died 1836 in Madison Co Ohio. She married ARTHUR MCMULLIN August 01, 1802 in Garrard Co., KY.. He was born 1782 in VA, and died 1866 in Washington Co. KY..

Children of MARY TRIMBLE and ARTHUR MCMULLIN are:

i. ABIGAIL21 MCMULLIN, b. 1812.

ii. JOHN MCMULLIN, b. June 13, 1818.

iii. JAMES MCMULLIN, b. December 1820.

iv. THOMAS MCMULLIN, b. 1824.

v. DRURY MCMULLIN, b. 1828.

 

 

61. WILLIAM20 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 12, 1787 in Monroe CO., (W)VA, and died October 07, 1870 in Hazel Green, Wolfe, KY. He married ELEANOR O'HAIR November 15, 1814 in Montgomery CO., KY, daughter of MICHAEL O'HAIR and ELIZABETH TRIBBETT. She was born in Montgomery CO., KY, and died May 24, 1855 in Hazel Green, Morgan (now Wolfe) CO., KY..

 

Notes for WILLIAM TRIMBLE:

 

 

1. Morgan County, 1850 Census, Page 144: Trimble, William 63, Ellen 53, Asberry 23, Elizabeth 16, Nelson 14, James 10.

2. He was a Bugler Boy in the War of 1812 and was an eyewitness to the killing of Indian Chief Tecumseh at the Battle of the Thames at Chatham, Ontario, where clothed in Indian deerskin garments, he was killed leading his warriors.

3. War of 1812

WILLIAM TRIMBLE PRISONERS OF WAR.

WILLIAM TRIMBLE 2 REG'T (BALLOWE'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA.

WILLIAM C TRIMBLE 2 REGIMENT (DONNALDSON'S), MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLS.

WILLIAM E TRIMBLE 12 REGIMENT (RIFE'S), MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLS.

4. After marrying in 1815, they began housekeeping in a log cabin on a large tract of land which he had previously bought for five cents an acre.

5. As a young man he started buying lands in Morgan Co., KY and built the town of Hazel Green, KY. This tract of land was originally called Trimble's Store. William laid out the streets, sold lots, and later changed the name to Hazel Green. This log structure, which was the store, located on the corner of Main and State Streets, now is the site of a restaurant.

6. He est. several industries such as tanneries, lumber mills and a spinning and weaving works. Thus he became one of Kentucky's more affluent citizens. Although he had a large family of twelve children, one was willed at his father's death, nine farms. He is the progenitor of another outstanding line of the Trimble family. William built a vast trade of furs and cattle trading and he was a dealer in lands and slaves. By the time his village of 27 lots became an established town in 1849, he had amassed a great fortune.

7. Being a large slave owner, William Trimble was a Southern Sympathizer. This fact caused confrontation with Federal Troops on occasions when they would go through this mountainous area. On one of these occasions William's son Asbury Trimble was bushwhacked while overseeing his father's tannery. Asbury's wife who was expecting a child at the time named the child South in defiance of the Union Forces. This South Trimble later became a noted member of the U.S. Congress.

8. William Trimble was not a churchman but he donated the land on which to build two churches at Hazel Green--one for the white congregation and one for the colored folk.

9. To each of his children at their marriage he gave a handwoven colored coverlid made by slaves in his spinning weaving house. Some of these coverlids are still in existence and are prized heirlooms.

SOURCE: All of the above information from the book "Trimble Families in America" by John Farley Trimble.

10. 23 Oct. 1861: Union Forces led by Gen. William nelson drives Confederates from Hazel Green. Nelson established headquarters at the home of William Trimble.

 

Children of WILLIAM TRIMBLE and ELEANOR O'HAIR are:

79. i. EVOLINE21 TRIMBLE, b. January 14, 1816, Floyd CO., KY; d. February 20, 1889, Lee Co., KY.

80. ii. CAROLINE TRIMBLE, b. October 05, 1817.

81. iii. WILLIAM PRESTON TRIMBLE, b. October 06, 1818; d. March 15, 1905.

82. iv. DAVID SHELTON TRIMBLE, b. June 23, 1821; d. July 24, 1907, Hazel Green, Wolfe (Morgan) Co., KY.

v. JAMES GREENVILLE TRIMBLE, b. June 15, 1823, Montgomery Co, KY; d. June 22, 1919, KY; m. NANCY MIZE, April 27, 1846, Estill Co., KY..

83. vi. STEPHEN ASBURY TRIMBLE, b. December 03, 1825; d. October 15, 1864, Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY.

vii. EMILY JANE TRIMBLE, b. January 04, 1828, Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY; d. December 12, 1897; m. (1) ANDREW PORTER LACY; m. (2) REV. MCKINLEY COCKRELL, July 27, 1847; b. January 16, 1827, Breathitt Co., KY; d. January 22, 1855, Breathitt Co., KY..

 

Notes for EMILY JANE TRIMBLE:

1860 Census, Morgan Co.: Shows Emily living with her father with her two children, Ellen and Mary B.

 

 

 

Notes for REV. MCKINLEY COCKRELL:

Occupation: Minister of the Christian Church, hazel Green, KY

 

viii. ROSE ANN TRIMBLE, b. January 03, 1830; d. March 27, 1863; m. EDWARD A HENSLEY..

 

Notes for ROSE ANN TRIMBLE:

They lived near Maystown, KY.

 

ix. LOUISA JANE TRIMBLE, b. October 16, 1831; d. February 1922; m. (1) JOHN WILSON; b. October 16, 1831, in Ky; m. (2) FRANCIS PRESTON WILSON; b. July 10, 1823; d. January 01, 1862.

84. x. MARY ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. November 03, 1833; d. May 10, 1903.

xi. NELSON HARVEY TRIMBLE, b. December 04, 1836, Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY; d. January 14, 1853, Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY..

xii. MALISSA TRIMBLE, b. January 20, 1839; d. January 27, 1839.

xiii. JAY FRANKLIN TRIMBLE, b. December 29, 1840; d. October 12, 1930, Memphis, TN; m. LILLIAN SHELTON..

 

Notes for JAY FRANKLIN TRIMBLE:

He was a well educated man and amassed a large fortune through his real estate business in Nashville. In his will, Jay left $1000 to the Hazel Green Cemetery Assn. and $7000 for the buying of monuments for his beloved family of Hazel Green, KY. It was his desire that an especially nice stone be placed at his mother and father's graves.

 

 

62. ISAAC20 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1794, and died Bef. 1894. He married MARY YOUNG. She was born 1793 in Ky, and died Bef. 1900.

Children of ISAAC TRIMBLE and MARY YOUNG are:

i. LUCY A21 TRIMBLE, b. 1819.

ii. CYNTHEA A TRIMBLE, b. 1836.

iii. MARTHA TRIMBLE, b. 1837.

 

 

63. JOHN20 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1794, and died Bef. 1894. He married NANCY ?. She was born 1796 in Ky.

Children of JOHN TRIMBLE and NANCY ? are:

i. WILLIAM21 TRIMBLE, b. 1825.

ii. SARAH TRIMBLE, b. 1827.

iii. JOHN W TRIMBLE, b. 1831.

iv. ANGELINE TRIMBLE, b. 1833.

v. LUCINDA TRIMBLE, b. 1835.

vi. RICHARD TRIMBLE, b. 1837.

 

 

64. SAM20 HOUSTON, GENERAL (SAM19, ROBERT18, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) He married (1) ELIZA ALLEN. He married (2) TIANNA ROGERS. He married (3) MARGARET MOFFETT LEA.

Children of SAM HOUSTON and MARGARET LEA are:

i. SAM21 HOUSTON, JR.

ii. NACY ELIZABETH HOUSTON.

iii. MARGARET LEA HOUSTON.

iv. MARY WILLIAM HOUSTON.

v. ANTOINETTE POWER HOUSTON.

vi. ANDREW JACKSON HOUSTON.

vii. WILLIAM ROGERS HOUSTON.

viii. TEMPE LEA HOUSTON.

 

 

Generation No. 21

 

65. NATHAN21 DAUGHERTY (JOHN20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born April 01, 1831 in Lincoln Co, and died April 09, 1889 in Lincoln Co. He married MARGARET ANN "PEGGY" ESTES May 29, 1852 in Lincoln Co Stanford, Ky, daughter of JAMES ESTES and NANCY EAST. She was born November 02, 1829, and died February 17, 1887.

Children of NATHAN DAUGHERTY and MARGARET ESTES are:

85. i. GEORGE W22 DAUGHERTY, b. August 25, 1866; d. October 11, 1938.

ii. JAMES T DAUGHERTY, b. July 13, 1854, Lincoln Co Ky; d. 1904, Lincoln Co Ky; m. ROSA BELL WICHERSHAM SMITH, August 23, 1877, Lincoln Co; b. April 30, 1852; d. February 1901.

iii. JOHN E DAUGHERTY, b. July 15, 1853; d. November 14, 1901.

iv. DAVID E DAUGHERTY, b. November 23, 1856; m. POLLY SELF, Bet. January - April 1878; b. January 24, 1858.

v. SARAH ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, b. February 26, 1858; m. WILES C. STRINGER, June 29, 1886; b. 1855.

86. vi. NANCY NANNIE DAUGHERTY, b. December 07, 1860.

vii. MARY MARGARET (MOLLIE) DAUGHERTY, b. February 11, 1862; m. JAMES STRINGER, August 01, 1889; b. 1860.

viii. FRANKLIN WOLFORD DAUGHERTY, b. August 26, 1866.

ix. SARAH E DAUGHERTY, b. December 1860.

87. x. DORCAS ANN DAUGHERTY, b. December 25, 1872.

88. xi. SALLIE BET DAUGHERTY.

89. xii. MOLLIE DAUGHERTY.

 

 

66. CHARLES21 DAUGHERTY (JOHN20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born March 31, 1827. He married (1) HANNAH ESTES 1851. He married (2) HANNAH ESTES 1851, daughter of ABRAHAM ESTES and MARGARET MCCORMACK.

Child of CHARLES DAUGHERTY and HANNAH ESTES is:

i. JURITHA22 DAUGHERTY.

 

 

67. JAMES21 DAUGHERTY (WILLIAM20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) He married MARIAH ?.

Children of JAMES DAUGHERTY and MARIAH ? are:

i. SYLVANUS22 DAUGHERTY, m. ESTILLIAN BOWMAN, June 13, 1861, Lincoln Co. KY.

ii. G.A. DAUGHERTY, m. VIRGINIA OLDHAM, June 21, 1866.

 

 

68. JAMES21 TRIMBLE (JOHN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1831 in Pulask Co,KY, and died 1880 in Pulask Co,KY. He married SARAH W WHITTIS January 31, 1854 in Pulaski Co, daughter of MARY WHITIS. She was born 1834 in Penn County, Va.

Children of JAMES TRIMBLE and SARAH WHITTIS are:

90. i. LUCY JANE22 TRIMBLE, b. November 18, 1853, Pulaski Co ,KY; d. July 25, 1948, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

91. ii. WILLIAM TRIMBLE.

iii. PERRY TRIMBLE, m. UNK LEACH.

 

 

69. JOHN21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1824 in Pulaski Co .Kentucky, and died October 17, 1859 in in Pulaski Co .Kentucky. He married ANGELINA RAMEY January 12, 1846 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky. She was born August 18, 1820.

Children of JOHN TRIMBLE and ANGELINA RAMEY are:

i. HESTER ELIZABETH22 TRIMBLE, b. 1850.

ii. CRAWFORD COLUMBUS TRIMBLE, b. September 25, 1853.

iii. ALIMARINDA TRIMBLE, b. July 01, 1859.

iv. NANCY F TRIMBLE, b. July 16, 1852.

v. MALISSA MARY TRIMBLE, b. September 10, 1855.

vi. MARCELLA TRIMBLE, b. June 04, 1857.

vii. PERLINA JANE TRIMBLE, b. 1849.

 

 

70. CYRENUS21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born February 23, 1836 in Pulaski County,Kentucky, and died June 06, 1908 in Ky. He married (1) JULIA MELISSA DAVIS October 18, 1853 in Pulaski Co, Ky. She was born 1837 in Pulaski Co, Ky.. He married (2) MELISSA (MALISSE) DAVIS(POLSTON) October 18, 1853 in Pulaski County,Kentucky. She was born 1837 in Pulaski County,Kentucky.

Children of CYRENUS TRIMBLE and JULIA DAVIS are:

i. NACOMIA22 TRIMBLE, b. 1863.

ii. CYNTHIA ANN TRIMBLE, b. 1864.

iii. BULA TRIMBLE.

iv. FLORUMSY TRIMBLE.

v. NANCY E TRIMBLE, m. SAMUEL O EADS.

vi. SARAH J TRIMBLE.

vii. UNNAMED TRIMBLE.

viii. COLLOMA TRIMBLE, b. February 11, 1860.

ix. LEMIEL (TELAMACUS) TRIMBLE.

x. BLANCHE E TRIMBLE.

 

Children of CYRENUS TRIMBLE and MELISSA DAVIS(POLSTON) are:

xi. UNNAMED22 TRIMBLE, b. July 24, 1856.

xii. COLLOMA (COLONA) TRIMBLE, b. February 11, 1858.

xiii. NAOMI TRIMBLE, b. February 26, 1860.

xiv. LEMIEL (TELAMACUS) TRIMBLE.

xv. CYNTHIA A. TRIMBLE, b. May 02, 1868.

xvi. SARAH J. TRIMBLE.

xvii. BULA TRIMBLE.

xviii. FLORUMSY TRIMBLE.

xix. BLANCHE E. TRIMBLE, b. Abt. 1875.

xx. NANCY E. TRIMBLE.

 

 

71. JAMES FRANKLIN21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 03, 1836 in Pulaski Co,Kentucky, and died May 25, 1918 in Pulaski Co,Kentucky. He married NETTIE CRIS ROBERTS January 17, 1850 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky. She was born January 17, 1838 in in Alabama.

 

Notes for JAMES FRANKLIN TRIMBLE:

A book about 3.5 in wide by about 5.5 in high having a redish cover and containing 26 unlined pages. The outside of the front and back covers contain some faint and illegible writing or scribling. The inside front and back covers and each of the 26 pages contain handwriting, some made in ink and some in pencil. He used the book for various purposes such as to record items bought or sold, time worked by others for him. These entries are frequently scratched out with pencil.

 

The inside front cover contains doodles, scribbling and some items marked through. In the center of the page, written in ink, is the signature of James F Trimble. Just below this signature and written in pencil is "Trimble James." Both were written by the same person, presumable James F. Trimble.

 

The inside back cover contains the following entry written in ink.

 

J F Trimble Day Book.

It was Lost but found Agen

 

The bottom of page 1 contains the following entry written in ink:

 

This the 24 Day of June 1859 in the

 

Page 10 contains the following medical instructions or orders apparently written and signed by a doctor. The script is definitely that of a more practiced writer than James.

 

Give Mrs Trimble

a quinine powder every 4

hours. Give her Calom

al at bed time and if it

does not act give oil until

it does. If her cough -

does not get better

by tomorrow Evening put

the(?) Tartar E(?)miticP into

12 teaspoonsfuls of water

and if it pukes her

add 2 or 3 spoonfuls

more of water

May 12th/60

T M Lewis (?)

 

If her bowels should

act too often give opium

 

Note: Nettie Cris Roberts Trimble died on Jan 29, 1929 at the age of 93. The cause of death was listed as malaria. Nettie Cris would have been 24 years old when these orders were written, almost four months after her marriage to James F. Trimble. If Nettie Cris were the Mrs. Trimble referred to, the prescription of quinine powders in these orders would indicate that her malaria was of long standing. I assume that malaria would have been more prevalent in Alabama than in Kentucky. If so, Nettie Cris may have contacted malaria in early childhood and suffered from this disease almost all of her life.

 

Pages 12 and 13 contain the following entries:

 

Page 12:

 

The ages of David Trimble Children

Elizabeth Trimble

Was Born January the 7 1823

 

William Trimble was (Note 1)

Born Febuary th 6 1824

 

John Trimble was

Born January the 28 1825

 

Cely Trimble was

Born December 16 1826

 

Telitha Trimble was

Born October the 14, 1828

 

Milly Trimble was

Born August 8 1830

 

Sarilda Trimble was

Born July 2 1832

 

Cyrenus W Trimble

was Born February 23 1834

 

Page 13:

 

Note: The right edge of this page has been torn off.

 

James F Trim...

was Born Januar...

 

Thomas C Trimbl...

Born october the

 

Henry G Tri...

was Born xxxxx... [the word April is scrached out.]

January (Note 2)

 

Wesley R Trimb...

was Born April...

 

 

David Trimble... (Note 3)

December the 20...

1856 [penciled in]

 

John Trimble... (Note 4)

October the 17...

1859 [penciled in]

 

Elizabeth Lay Die... (Note 5)

May the 21 18...

 

Nancy Trimble Died

March the 13 18.. (Note 5)

 

Notes for pages 12 and 13:

 

1. In his notes, my father lists 11 children for David Franklin and Nancy Tarter Trimble, the same number as listed by James F. Trimble in his Bankbook. However, in his Daybook James adds William Trimble to the list making a total of 12 children. I have no information about William other than that given by James in his Daybook.

 

2. Although listed as one of their children, Henry Greene Trimble was the grandson of David Franklin and Nancy Tarter Trimble. Henry Greene's parents were Elizabeth Trimble and Henry Lay.

 

3. David Trimble, James F. Trimble's father, died December 20, 1856, according to the entries in James Bankbook and his Daybook. In a family tree compiled by my cousin Bill

 

 

Children of JAMES TRIMBLE and NETTIE ROBERTS are:

i. ELIZA JANE22 TRIMBLE, b. July 26, 1864.

ii. AGGIE NOAH TRIMBLE, b. June 04, 1876.

iii. CHARLES GRANT TRIMBLE, b. July 17, 1870.

iv. CYRENUS W. TRIMBLE, b. February 02, 1867.

v. MARGARET L. W. TRIMBLE, b. May 08, 1871.

vi. JOHN ROSS TRIMBLE, b. February 14, 1861.

vii. WILLIAM GREEN TRIMBLE, b. November 17, 1862.

viii. LEWIS C. TRIMBLE, b. December 10, 1868.

ix. WOODWORTH W. TRIMBLE, b. March 12, 1873.

x. CHARLEY TRIMBLE, b. March 12, 1873.

 

 

72. THOMAS CRITTENDON21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born October 08, 1837, and died August 22, 1908 in Oak Hill Cem,Pulaski Co,Kentucky. He married (1) AMANDA JANE ROBERTS March 12, 1866 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky. She was born 1837. He married (2) MARTHA COLLINS October 14, 1874 in At home of John W. Floyd,Pulaski County,Kentucky. She was born 1856 in Pulaski County,Kentucky. He married (3) MARTHA COLLINS October 14, 1874 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky AHO John W Floyd. She was born 1837. He married (4) DORA MOREFIELD July 31, 1902 in Pulaski Co. Kentucky. She was born 1837.

 

Notes for THOMAS CRITTENDON TRIMBLE:

Thomas' first marriage was to Amanda Roberts. Son Andrew born 1868 per LDS Family Search for Andrew Trimble.

 

PCHS; Pulaski Co, KY Cemetery Books

Thomas Crittendon Trimble born 8 Oct 1837 - died 22 Aug 1908

Also shows:

A.W. Trimble born 24 July 1868 - died 6 July 1918 and

Mary L born 29 Nov 1869 - died 6 May 1942. W/O A.W.

 

A.W. is Andrew wife is Mary L Bogle.

 

More About THOMAS CRITTENDON TRIMBLE:

Burial: Oak Hill Cem, Pulaski Co, Ky

 

Notes for MARTHA C COLLINS:

Martha married Thomas Trimble at the home of John W Floyd, PC, Ky. This was his 2nd marriage.

The bride's father born North Carolina, the bride's mother born in Tennessee. Surety R. J. Lester.

 

County Government Records, transcribed from microfilm. PC Kentucky marriage Books. PC Historical Society... Somerset Ky.

 

More About MARTHA C COLLINS:

Date born 2: Abt. 1856

 

Children of THOMAS TRIMBLE and AMANDA ROBERTS are:

i. LEANDER E22 TRIMBLE, b. 1867.

ii. ANDREW W TRIMBLE, m. MARY L BOGLE, June 08, 1893, Pulaski Co, Ky; b. November 29, 1869.

 

Child of THOMAS TRIMBLE and MARTHA COLLINS is:

iii. ROSETTA B.22 TRIMBLE, b. 1880.

 

 

73. ELIZABETH21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born in Pulaski Co, Ky.. She married HENRY LAY October 30, 1849 in Pulaski Co, Ky, son of JOHN LAY and MILDRED DURHAM. He was born 1825 in Pulaski Co KY.

 

Notes for HENRY LAY:

Henry Lay married Delia Trimble in 1847 and Elizabeth Trimble in 1849.

Daughter Celia Balzora Lay of Henry Lay and Delia Trimble

Ky Vitals Birth, Death, Marriage for Pulaski County show:

America A 1852, Lucy M 1853, Celia Balsora 1855, Louisa E 1857, James Franklin 1859.

Story goes that Delia Trimble was sick and Henry married her until she died, having an affair with Elizabeth on the side. Henry and Elizabeth had 2 children before they married.

 

Children of ELIZABETH TRIMBLE and HENRY LAY are:

i. HENRY GREEN22 TRIMBLE.

ii. LUCY A TRIMBLE.

iii. LUCY M LAY.

iv. CELIA BALSORA LAY, b. April 26, 1856.

v. LOUISA E LAY, b. May 20, 1857.

vi. JAMES FRANKLIN LAY, b. March 20, 1859.

vii. AMERICA ANN LAY, b. March 15, 1853.

 

 

74. DELILAH21 TRIMBLE (DAVID FRANKLIN20, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born October 14, 1828. She married HENRY LEIGH.

Child of DELILAH TRIMBLE and HENRY LEIGH is:

i. SERALDA JANE22 LEIGH, m. HARDIN FRANKLIN FLOYD; b. January 11, 1844.

 

Notes for HARDIN FRANKLIN FLOYD:

Hardin Franklin5 Floyd (2080) (Benjamin4, Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born on 11 January 1844 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.128 He married Wealthy Wilson (2081) on 2 November 1865 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.331 He married Seralda Jane Leigh (2104), daughter of Henry Leigh (2320) and Delilah Trimble (2321), on 24 June 1874 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, married by Reverend John W. Floyd at his home in Waterloo, Kentucky.332 He died on 16 February 1914 at Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio.128 He was buried at Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio.128

 

Hardin served in the Civil War in Co. F, 1st Kentucky Cavalry as a Private from 25 July 1863 to 25 July 1865 for the Union Army.

 

In 11 August 1870, Hardin Franklin and Wealthy were residents of Lincolnville, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census with their daughter Calladora.333

 

In 1880, Hardin Franklin and Seralda Jane were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census wqith their children James E., Carl, Arizona, California and Bell J.334

 

Wealthy Wilson (2081) was born circa 1849 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.321 She died on 12 January 1873.

 

 

 

75. READER W21 TARTER (ELIZABETH (BETSEY)20 RAEBURNTRIMBLE, WILLIAM19 TRIMBLE, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 18, 1821 in Pulaski Co, Ky, and died December 19, 1872. He married MARTHA GADBERRY. She was born in in Pulaski Co.

Child of READER TARTER and MARTHA GADBERRY is:

i. ELIZABETH J22 TARTER, b. May 12, 1856.

 

 

76. ENOCH L21 TARTER (ELIZABETH (BETSEY)20 RAEBURNTRIMBLE, WILLIAM19 TRIMBLE, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born September 09, 1822, and died April 25, 1891 in Pulaski Co, Ky. He married LUCINDA BERNARD. She was born June 07, 1818 in Russell Co., Ky, and died April 21, 1896 in Pulaski Co, Ky.

Children of ENOCH TARTER and LUCINDA BERNARD are:

i. WILLIAM22 W.TARTER, b. 1858.

ii. JEROME TERRELL TARTER, b. December 18, 1850.

iii. NAPOLEON BONEPARTE TARTER, b. May 25, 1852.

iv. ELIZABETH TARTER, b. January 30, 1850.

v. REBECCA TARTER, b. May 11, 1856.

vi. CHRISTIAN LOGAN TARTER, b. June 03, 1860.

 

 

77. BLATCHELY21 CAUGHRON (MARY POLLY20 TRIMBLE, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1823 in Pulaski Co, Ky. He married ELIZABETH E. GOSSETT October 15, 1849 in in Pulaski Co, KY..

 

Notes for BLATCHELY CAUGHRON:

Will of Blatchley Caughron

18 August 1873 Pulaski County, Kentucky

Book 7 Page 28

In the name of God, Amen. I, B.C. Caughron of the county of Pulaski and State of Kentucky being sick and weak of body but perfect and sound of mind and memory, and calling to mind the mortality of the body and that it is appointed to a man once to die, do by these present make, constitute and appoint this my last will and testament in manner and form following, to wit: My will and desire that after my decease, my body be committed to the earth from whence it was taken, in decent Christian-like manner by my surviving friends and that all my fees and debts be paid out of my remaining estate by my executrix. I appoint my beloved wife, Elizabeth E. Caughron, to wind up my estate without her giving bond. My will and desire is that my beloved wife, Elizabeth E. Caughron, have and hold all of my personal property to dispose of as she pleases. I have given my son, Joel Thomas Caughron, the sum of one hundred and fifteen dollars. My will and desire is that Caroline E. Caughron have one hundred and fifteen dollars out of my estate. Also Theophilus W. Caughron [and] Sarah E. Caughron all have one hundred and fifteen dollars to make them equal to the amount that I have given to Joel Thomas Caughron, to be given at the decision of my executrix, Elizabeth E. Caughron. My will and desire is that my wife, Elizabeth E. Caughron, have the tract of land on which I now reside, to have and to hold it, and the proceeds arising from [quid] farm to have and to hold during her natural life and after her death, that all my real and personal estate be divided among my heirs equally, to wit, Joel Caughron, C.E. Caughron, T.W. Caughron, S.E. Caughron.

 

 

In testimony whereof I set my hand and first my seal.

B.C. Caughron [seal]

Witnesses: S.B. Gossett [seal], John Prather [seal]

 

State of Kentucky, August Term, Pulaski County Court

August 18th 1873

A writing purporting to be the last will and testament of B.C. Caughron, deceased, was this day produced in open court and proved according to law by the oaths of S.B. Gossett and John Prather, the two subscribing witnesses thereunto, and adjudged by the court to be the last will and testament of the said B.C. Caughron, deceased, and ordered to be recorded.

 

I certify that the above and foregoing is the true record of the will of B.C. Caughron, deceased, and order of Court admitting the same to record.

Witness my hand this 18th 1878, [unreadable] E.D. Perch, clerk, Pulaski County Court

 

Children of BLATCHELY CAUGHRON and ELIZABETH GOSSETT are:

i. JOEL THOS22 CAUGHRON, b. July 08, 1852; m. LEORA F D TARTER, March 29, 1877, Pulaski Co, KY..

ii. CAROLYN CAUGHRON, b. May 22, 1856.

iii. WILLIAM J CAUGHRON, b. April 1850.

iv. M. A. CAUGHRON, b. October 1854.

 

 

78. ELIZABETH F21 CAUGHRON (MARY POLLY20 TRIMBLE, WILLIAM19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born 1826. She married BENJAMIN JULIAN FLOYD August 16, 1842 in Pulaski Co, KY, son of MATTHEW FLOYD and LUCINDA SHIPLEY. He was born 1826 in Pulaski Co., Kentucky, and died January 11, 1862 in Pulaski Co., Kentucky.

 

Notes for BENJAMIN JULIAN FLOYD:

Benjamin Julian4 Floyd (2071) (Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born in 1826 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.158 He married Elizabeth F. Caughron (2079) on 16 August 1842 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, surety was Thomas Caughron; consent of father Matthew Floyd, wit. by John Floyd.159 He died on 11 January 1862 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.

 

Benjamin is listed in one census as a farmer and another as a blacksmith. His son Hardin stated in a pension application (Civil War) that for five years before he entered service he helped his father in the blacksmith business.

 

In 1850, Benjamin Julian and Elizabeth F. were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.158

 

In 1860, Elizabeth F. and Benjamin Julian were residents of Somerset District #1, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.160

 

Elizabeth F. Caughron (2079) was born in 1811 at Kentucky.161

 

In 1870 Elizabeth F. Caughron (2079) was living in household of Reuben P. Floyd (2172) and Amanda Jane at Lincolnville, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the 1870 Census.162

 

In 1880, Elizabeth F. was a resident of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census with son John L. living with her.161

 

Known children of Benjamin Julian4 Floyd (2071) and Elizabeth F. Caughron (2079) were as follows:

 

60. i. Elizabeth Lee5 Floyd (2188), born 1845 at Wayne Co., Kentucky; married Edward Robert Taylor (2307).

 

61. ii. Hardin Franklin Floyd (2080), born 11 January 1844 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky; married Wealthy Wilson (2081); married Seralda Jane Leigh (2104).

 

iii. Matthew Floyd (2112) was born circa 1848 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.110 He died on 31 March 1864 at Richmond, Richmond Co., Virginia.

 

Matthew was killed in Civil War. Hardin Floyd was with him just before he was captured. Hardin said he was going to the supply wagon for more ammunition and when he returned, Matthew was gone. Matthew never married and his widowed mother received his pension

Notes for BENJAMIN JULIAN FLOYD:

19. Benjamin Julian4 Floyd (2071) (Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born in 1826 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.158 He married Elizabeth F. Caughron (2079) on 16 August 1842 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, surety was Thomas Caughron; consent of father Matthew Floyd, wit. by John Floyd.159 He died on 11 January 1862 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.

 

Benjamin is listed in one census as a farmer and another as a blacksmith. His son Hardin stated in a pension application (Civil War) that for five years before he entered service he helped his father in the blacksmith business

Children of ELIZABETH CAUGHRON and BENJAMIN FLOYD are:

i. HARDIN FRANKLIN22 FLOYD, b. January 11, 1844; m. (1) WEALTHY WILSON; m. (2) SERALDA JANE LEIGH; m. (3) WEALTHY WILSON.

 

Notes for HARDIN FRANKLIN FLOYD:

Hardin Franklin5 Floyd (2080) (Benjamin4, Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born on 11 January 1844 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.128 He married Wealthy Wilson (2081) on 2 November 1865 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.331 He married Seralda Jane Leigh (2104), daughter of Henry Leigh (2320) and Delilah Trimble (2321), on 24 June 1874 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, married by Reverend John W. Floyd at his home in Waterloo, Kentucky.332 He died on 16 February 1914 at Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio.128 He was buried at Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio.128

 

Hardin served in the Civil War in Co. F, 1st Kentucky Cavalry as a Private from 25 July 1863 to 25 July 1865 for the Union Army.

 

In 11 August 1870, Hardin Franklin and Wealthy were residents of Lincolnville, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census with their daughter Calladora.333

 

In 1880, Hardin Franklin and Seralda Jane were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census wqith their children James E., Carl, Arizona, California and Bell J.334

 

Wealthy Wilson (2081) was born circa 1849 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.321 She died on 12 January 1873.

 

 

92. ii. RANEY M FLOYD, b. January 01, 1855; d. March 16, 1917, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

iii. ELIZABETH LEE FLOYD, b. 1845.

iv. MATTHEW FLOYD, b. 1848.

v. THOMAS FLOYD, b. 1849.

vi. AMANDA JANE FLOYD, b. March 11, 1852.

 

 

79. EVOLINE21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born January 14, 1816 in Floyd CO., KY, and died February 20, 1889 in Lee Co., KY. She married JAMES MCGUIRE, JR October 23, 1833 in Estill Co., Ky. He was born November 17, 1804 in Madison County, ky, and died November 24, 1888 in Lee Co., KY.

 

Notes for EVOLINE TRIMBLE:

Probably born in Montgomery Co., Ky. they lived in St. Helens, Lee Co., KY.

In her later years, Evoline became feeble and needed the use of a walking cane, yet as she would approach her church she would hide the cane.

 

More About EVOLINE TRIMBLE:

Burial: Bef 1889, Logan Thomas Farm, Lee Co., KY

 

 

Notes for JAMES MCGUIRE, JR:

He was involved in a lawsuit over his father's will with John Guyer McGuire and his wife, Jane (his sister). The family moved to Letcher Co., KY around the time the Civil war began. They were said to have been Confederate sympathizers and from the war record of the sons it was true.

Burial: Nov 1888, Logan Thomas Farm, Lee Co., KY

Census: 1850, Owsley, KY

 

Children of EVOLINE TRIMBLE and JAMES MCGUIRE are:

i. GREEN22 MCGUIRE, b. August 02, 1838.

ii. FELIX MCGUIRE, b. August 03, 1840.

iii. SIMPSON MCGUIRE, b. 1843.

iv. FLETCHER MCGUIRE, b. November 28, 1843.

v. CAROLINE MCGUIRE, b. 1845.

vi. BASCOM MCGUIRE, b. March 09, 1850.

vii. LOU ELLEN MCGUIRE, b. 1842.

viii. LOUISA MCGUIRE, b. March 11, 1855.

ix. BRUTUS MCGUIRE, b. 1856.

x. CASSIUS MCGUIRE, b. August 03, 1857.

 

 

80. CAROLINE21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born October 05, 1817. She married STEPHEN SWANGO March 05, 1840 in Hazel Green, Wolfe Co., KY. He was born December 12, 1820 in KY, and died October 28, 1877 in in Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY..

Children of CAROLINE TRIMBLE and STEPHEN SWANGO are:

i. NANCY EVALINE622 SWANGO.

ii. EMILY JANE SWANGO..

iii. GREEN BARRY SWANGO.

iv. ZARILDA SWANGO..

v. ROSE ELLEN SWANGO.

vi. ELIZABETH MARIAH SWANGO.

vii. LOU ALICE SWANGO.

viii. CLARA DALE SWANGO..

ix. WILLIAM T SWANGO..

x. EVALINE SWANGO..

 

 

81. WILLIAM PRESTON21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born October 06, 1818, and died March 15, 1905. He married SARAH KASH February 02, 1843 in in Morgan CO., KY. She was born December 11, 1821.

 

Notes for WILLIAM PRESTON TRIMBLE:

He inherited nine farms from his father, William Trimble.

Children of WILLIAM TRIMBLE and SARAH KASH are:

i. ANGELINA22 TRIMBLE.

ii. SANBORN TRIMBLE.

iii. JOSEPHINE TRIMBLE.

iv. FRANCES TRIMBLE.

v. HARLAN TRIMBLE.

 

 

82. DAVID SHELTON21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born June 23, 1821, and died July 24, 1907 in Hazel Green, Wolfe (Morgan) Co., KY. He married (1) MARIAH SWANGO March 08, 1842 in Stillwater, Morgan ky. She was born February 27, 1824 in Stillwater, Morgan Co., Ky, and died October 17, 1859. He married (2) THIRZA MATILDA CATRON March 19, 1862 in in Ky. She was born December 08, 1843 in Grayson Co., VA, and died February 09, 1931 in Paris, Edgar Co., IL..

Children of DAVID TRIMBLE and MARIAH SWANGO are:

i. ROBERT LETCHER22 TRIMBLE, b. November 30, 1842.

ii. MARY ELLEN TRIMBLE, b. November 21, 1844.

iii. WILLIAM TAYLOR TRIMBLE, b. December 22, 1846.

iv. KELSEY HOWARD TRIMBLE, b. October 07, 1849.

v. HENRY HOWARD TRIMBLE, b. 1852.

vi. JAMES JESSE TRIMBLE, b. September 05, 1854.

vii. DANIEL BOONE TRIMBLE, b. January 11, 1857.

viii. ROSA MARIAH TRIMBLE, b. December 14, 1858; d. April 18, 1938, Edgar Co; m. ABRAHAM LETCHER HYBARGER, November 21, 1878, Grandview, Edgar Co., Il; b. September 03, 1853, Edgar Co., Il; d. March 28, 1921, Edgar Co., Il..

 

Children of DAVID TRIMBLE and THIRZA CATRON are:

ix. MARY BLANE22 TRIMBLE, b. November 30, 1863.

x. EMMA JANE KASH TRIMBLE, b. December 06, 1865.

xi. FRANKLIN POWELL TRIMBLE, b. December 27, 1867.

xii. ELIZA ELLEN TRIMBLE, b. March 19, 1870.

xiii. CHARLES NESBIT TRIMBLE, b. February 21, 1872.

xiv. NANCY ELIZABETH TRIMBLE, b. March 27, 1874.

xv. THOMAS TURNER TRIMBLE, b. October 22, 1876.

xvi. ROBERT RIDDLE TRIMBLE, b. January 03, 1879.

xvii. DAVID CROCKET TRIMBLE, b. May 23, 1881.

xviii. BRUCE HARLEN TRIMBLE, b. December 23, 1883.

 

 

83. STEPHEN ASBURY21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born December 03, 1825, and died October 15, 1864 in Hazel Green, Wolfe CO., KY. He married MARY ELIZABETH SOUTH July 07, 1863 in in Breathitt Co., KY. She was born in in Breathitt Co., Ky.

 

Notes for STEPHEN ASBURY TRIMBLE:

1. He and his wife had waited 13 years to marry because she had promised her dying mother that she would not marry until her youngest sister was grown.

 

 

 

The year after they were married Asbury, a strong Confederate sympathizer, was hurrying to put some Negroes to work at the tannery at Hazel Green. He was shot and killed.

 

 

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH SOUTH:

 

Soon after their son South was born, the Union soldiers came looking for Asbury. The captain asked what the baby's name was. Elizabeth held her baby and said, "His name is South just like my five brothers and every man in the Southern Army". A very brave woman

Child of STEPHEN TRIMBLE and MARY SOUTH is:

i. SOUTH22 TRIMBLE, b. April 13, 1864, Hazel Green, Wolfe (Morgan) Co., KY; d. November 23, 1946, Washington, DC..

 

 

84. MARY ELIZABETH21 TRIMBLE (WILLIAM20, DAVID FRANKLIN19, MARY18 HOUSTON, MARAGRET MARY17 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born November 03, 1833, and died May 10, 1903. She married JAMES S. TURNER April 27, 1856. He was born 1827, and died 1875.

 

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH TRIMBLE:

1860 Morgan Co., Census shows: Mary living with her father with her son's Harlan and Hinsy.

Children of MARY TRIMBLE and JAMES TURNER are:

i. HARLAN22 TURNER.

ii. HINSY TURNER.

iii. MARY BELL TURNER.

iv. CLARENCE TURNER.

 

 

Generation No. 22

 

85. GEORGE W22 DAUGHERTY (NATHAN21, JOHN20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born August 25, 1866, and died October 11, 1938. He married (1) ANNIE STRINGER October 07, 1889, daughter of DAVID STRINGER and PERNELY ADAMS. She died April 25, 1905. He married (2) MAGGIE NICKELS November 18, 1915.

Children of GEORGE DAUGHERTY and ANNIE STRINGER are:

93. i. JAMES HENRY23 DAUGHERTY, b. November 30, 1895; d. 1975.

ii. CLARENCE DAUGHERTY, m. PEARL.

 

Children of GEORGE DAUGHERTY and MAGGIE NICKELS are:

iii. WILLIE GARFIELD23 DAUGHERTY.

iv. WALTER E DAUGHERTY.

v. MARY MARGARET DAUGHERTY.

vi. LOTIE DAUGHERTY.

vii. DORCAS HANNAH DAUGHERTY.

viii. LENA MAE DAUGHERTY.

ix. MARTHA DAUGHERTY.

 

 

86. NANCY NANNIE22 DAUGHERTY (NATHAN21, JOHN20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born December 07, 1860. She married WILLIAM HAHAN May 23, 1881. He was born 1860.

Children of NANCY DAUGHERTY and WILLIAM HAHAN are:

i. LILLIE23 HAHAN.

ii. DELLIE HAHAN.

 

 

87. DORCAS ANN22 DAUGHERTY (NATHAN21, JOHN20, WILLIAM19, REBECCA18 CUNNINGHAM, JAMES17, ALEXANDER16, DAVID15, JOSEPH14, JOHN13, ALEXANDER12, MARJORY11 DOUGLAS, ARCHIBALD10, GEORGE9, WILLIAM8, GEORGE7, WILLIAM6, SIR ARCHIBALD5, SIR WILLIAM 'LE HARDI' OF4, SIR WILLIAM3, ARCHIBALD2, WILLIAM OF1) was born December 25, 1872. She married GREEN SKIDMORE. He was born 1870.

Child of DORCAS DAUGHERTY and GREEN SKIDMORE is:

i. ODA23 SKIDMORE, b. 1895.