Descendants of Mr. Floyd

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. MR.1 FLOYD was born 1700 in Ireland, and died Aft. 1735. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of MR. FLOYD and UNKNOWN are:

2. i. MATTHEW2 FLOYD, b. 1729, Ireland.

ii. WILLIAM FLOYD, b. 1731.

3. iii. DAVID H FLOYD, b. 1735; d. December 12, 1788, Lincoln Co.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. MATTHEW2 FLOYD (MR.1) was born 1729 in Ireland. He married SARAH UNKNOWN.

 

Notes for MATTHEW FLOYD:

Col. Matthew Floyd, came to America in command of a regiment of British soldiers, in time of the Revolutionary War. Being in sympathy with the cause of the Colonists, he succeeded in winning his regiment to his views, during the voyage across the ocean. Accordingly, on landing at Charleston, South Carolina, he, with his entire command, entered the service of the United Colonies, and fought on the side of American independence, during the War.

 

In the Memorials (Affadvits) dated 11 Oct 1784 and May 11 1786, that Matthew made for his claims against the British for his Loyalist Services, he stated "that he was a native of Ireland, and that about 40 years ago, he left there at the age of 17 and came to America in Pennsylvania and by 1774 he was settled in South Carolina as a Planter upon his own Estate.".1

 

Matthew was given 11 land grants by the Governor of North Carolina between the period of 28 Feb 1755 to 29 Apr 1768 for a total of 2577 acres at which time was supposedly Anson and Mecklinburg Co's. This was a disputed area because of the division line of NC and SC along with the Indian Land. This is a description of each of the land grants.

 

Matthew must have been in the North Carolina Militia as there are Public Claim hearings of North Carolina at New Bern on 1 May 1760 that a Lt. Matthew Floyd and his company were payed 126 pounds 3 shillings 8 pence for services for fighting Cherokee Indians Oct 1759.3

 

Matthew was a Justice of the Peace for the County of Meklinburgh, NC as at a Council held by the Governor 31 December 1762 ordered that a "Commission of Peace and 'Dedimus'" be issued to Matthew Floyd.4

 

Matthew played a brief but promient part in the actions at Ninety-Six Ddistrict South Carolina in the autumn of 1775. The leaders of the loyalists and the whigs made a treaty on November 22 at Ninety-Six courthouse, one of the provisions being that the loyalists should consult Governor Lord William Campbell, then a fugitive on board a man-of-war, about the settlement of the public differences, while the whigs consulted the Council of Safety at Charlestown. Matthew was chosen as the messenger sent by Major Robinson to Lord William Campbell under the terms of the treaty. He arrived in Charlestown and applied to the Council of Safety for permission to repair to his Lordship on board the British man-of-war, declaring that he had lost his dispatches, and therefore it was necessary he should himself give his Excellency accounts of the transaction at Ninety-Six. This story of the loss of his dispatches naturally created suspicion, and the Council of Safety in allowing him to go to his Excellency required that he should be accompanied by one Mr. Merchant on the part of the Council, who was required to be present at any interview and conversation between Lord William and Floyd. But not withstanding Mr. Merchant's remonstrance, as soon as Floyd was on board, Lord William took him down into his cabin, where, with Innes his secretary, they had a private interview; and upon it conclusion Innes informed Mr. Merchant that his Lordship desired he would return and inform those who had sent him that Floyd was a messenger from a friend of the government and must be detained until his Lordship had determined on his answer. Upon this the Council, indignant at the conduct of the Governor, issued an order for the arrst of Floyd upon his landing from the man-of-war; and, accordingly, two days after, upon his attempting secretly to pass through the town at night, he was seized and taken before the body. There he was examined, and it was drawn from him that Lord William had directed him to tell those who sent him "to do everything they could for the best advantage - that he did not desire any effusion of blood, but whatever they should do would meet with his concurrence." A weaker and more mischievious message it's difficult to conceive; but surely the Council having received the messenger sent by the King's friends under a treaty made by Williamson and Mayson their officers, good faith demanded that he should be allowed to return and deliver his Lordship's message, whether that message was for peace or war. But the Council took a different view and put Floyd in Jail.9,10

 

In the year 1775 Matthew was Capt. of Militia in Camden District and Justice of the Peace. He was also taken prisoner in that year and close confined for about 3 months on account of his having carried intelligence to Lord William Campbell. He took an oath, in order to release himself from his confinement, not to take up arms against the Americans.11,12

 

Matthew continued to serve with Lord Cornwallis until the surrender of Charlestown by the British. He then went to East Florida, where he first applied for restitution for his losses, but it seems his papers never arrived in London.

 

Matthew must have acquired some land and furnishings in East Florida as in a witnessing deposition for the claim of Alexander Paterson for compensation as a Loyalist, Matthew mentions that he had to ride over Alexander's Plantation on the Mantonze River (near St. Augustine) in order to get to his own Plantation twenty miles further south.13

 

On 9 March 1781 at Camden District, South Carolina, Matthew and his wife Sarah sold to Abraham Floyd (son) the 155 acres of land that was Matthew's last land grant by North Carolina 29 Apr 1768, which by this time was to be in the Camden District of South Carolina. This was to be the last piece of land he sold before he was declared a Loyalist and had all his deeds, papers, land, and furnishings confiscated and sold.14

 

When in late 1783, England gave East Florida back to Spain, Matthew decided to go back to England where he arrived the first of October 1784. Here he found out that his claims for restitution never arrived at the Public Claims Court. He obtained a lawyer and began the process again. He produced papers and memorials from people that had known him as a plantation owner in the Carolinas and for his actions against the "Rebels", including statement from Lord Cornwallis.

 

 

Matthew made claim for losses of : Sterling 1. 2300 acres of land Camden District, SC 2300 00

 

2. 7 negro men and 2 women 450 00

 

3. 9 horses, 45 cattle, 27 sheep, 54 hogs and poultry 143 05

 

4. Household furniture and farming utinsels 60 00

 

5. Money due on Bonds and notes 125 13

 

Total 3078 18

 

In his petition for restitution he also made statement that he was "single" in England, but that he had two children in America that required his support. The Public Claims Court awarded him an Allowance of 25 pounds a year from the 10th day of October 1784.

 

On 4 June 1787 he left a note a the Court "I called during the recess to acquaint the Board of my being to sail in a few days for Nova Scotia where I propose to settle, and have to request that my annual subsistances may be continued to be paid to my attorney W. John Simpson of London. As I am to go on board tomorrow, hope the necessity of the case will excuse this mode of application, I am with great respect.".1

 

I have found no record of Matthew leaving England or entering Nova Scotia at the time he stated in the English Public Record Office files. He might have left on a boat under another name.

 

I also believe that he returned to America prior to 1796. Going back in time before Revolutionary War, Matthew was listed on the Camden District, South Carlina tax records along with a William Floyd in 1778, William was still listed on tax records in 1780 and in 1783 Matthew was on the confiscation list of South Carolina.

 

On the tax records in Lincoln County, Kentucky in 1796 there are William and Matthew Floyd with a David Floyd Sr. who had been on the tax lists since 1787 and had came from Virginia. David died in 1788, but his family stayed in the area.

 

Matthew was only on the tax list for the year 1796, but William was on it until 1799. Abraham Floyd Sr. appeared on the tax list for Madison Co., Kentucky in 1796 and a Jonathan Floyd appeared 1797. Abraham's son Matthew was not old enough to be on tax lists until 1800.

 

 

 

 

Children of MATTHEW FLOYD and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

4. i. ABRAHAM3 FLOYD, b. May 10, 1755, Camden Dist, South Carolina; d. 1844, Floyd Co, IN.

5. ii. CATHERINE FLOYD, b. 1760; d. Aft. 1799.

iii. MAJERY FLOYD, b. 1769; d. Aft. 1792; m. JAMES ADKINS, October 18, 1792, burke co. North Carolina; b. Abt. 1774.

 

Notes for MAJERY FLOYD:

Marjery Floyd (2032) was born circa 1769. She married James Adkins (1805) on 18 October 1792 at Burke Co., North Carolina, and the bond listed Mathew Floyd as the father of Marjery, and the witnesses being Abraham and Eve Floyd (Julian), it is no doubt that Marjery is the daughter of Matthew and sister of Abraham Floyd. If she was 18 years old when she was married, this would put her birth about 1774. Maybe this is one of the children Matthew mentioned in his memoralist statements.15,16

 

 

In 1810, James and Marjery were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census they appeared in Madison County, Kentucky about the same time as Abraham Sr. and his family.17

 

In 1830, James and Marjery were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census and there were nine others in household which probably were their children; two boys age 10-15 and one age 15-20 and two girls under 5 years, two between age 5-10 and one between 10-15 years.18

 

 

iv. ELIZABETH FLOYD, b. Abt. 1775; d. Aft. 1796; m. JEREMIAH BROWN; b. Abt. 1774.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH FLOYD:

Harl Williams in an E-Mail said that when he visited the grave of Jeremiah Brown at the new Hope Cemetery in Overton Co., TN the caretaker showed him a letter from Edna Bond Ripley. Part of the letter contained;

 

 

 

"Jeremiah married Elizabeth Floyd in Burke Co., NC - no exact date or place. Elizabeth's brother Abraham, who was also a Revolutionary War vet from SC, lived near the Browns in Burke Co. Abraham also lived near a Charles Brown but there is no concrete evidence as to any relation. Elizabeth's and Abraham's father was Matthew Floyd. He settled in SC before the Indian Wars. Matthew was a Tory from Ireland and the patriots confiscated his lands and property. He fled to Florida and then to England."19

 

 

 

3. DAVID H2 FLOYD (MR.1) was born 1735, and died December 12, 1788 in Lincoln Co. He married SARAH DAVIS, daughter of ROBERT DAVIS. She was born 1739, and died Aft. 1770.

Children of DAVID FLOYD and SARAH DAVIS are:

6. i. SALLY3 FLOYD, b. 1750, VA; d. September 1787, KY.

7. ii. JOHN FLOYD, b. 1752; d. 1840.

iii. GEORGE FLOYD, b. 1755.

8. iv. BENJAMIN FLOYD, b. 1760; d. 1837.

v. DAVID FLOYD, b. 1758; m. CATY BURDETTE, December 22, 1790.

vi. SALLIE FLOYD, b. 1761.

vii. MARY POLY FLOYD, b. 1768; m. JOHN BERNELL, May 08, 1788, Lincoln Co.

viii. GRACY FLOYD, b. 1767, VA; d. August 09, 1843, Lincoln; m. JOSHUA BURDETTE, February 26, 1790.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

4. ABRAHAM3 FLOYD (MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born May 10, 1755 in Camden Dist, South Carolina, and died 1844 in Floyd Co, IN. He married EVE JULIAN, daughter of CATHERINE JULIAN. She was born Abt. 1755, and died Aft. 1807.

 

Notes for ABRAHAM FLOYD:

, Abraham, who, as was his father, was a native of Ireland, came to America in command of a company in his father's regiment, and continued in the service of the Colonies, during their struggle for liberty. After the close of the War, Captain Floyd moved to Madison county, Kentucky, where he followed the occupation of school teaching. He finally moved to Indiana, where he died at the age of 104 years.

 

1784 - Resident of Berke County, NC; stated in his pension application that he had moved from Camden District, NC

4 Oct 1785 - Mecklenberg Co, NC Abraham and Eve sold to Hugh Quinn 155 acres

Apr 1786 - Mecklenberg Co, NC Hugh Quinn summoned as Garnishee in an action on Attachment; Colonel Hill vs. Abraham Floyd, declares on oath that he purchased the two tracts of land from said Floyd, of which he owes about L 58 Sterling, and at the time he gave the Bond for the said balance, Floyd requested the Bond be made payable to Catherine Julian, said Floyd's mother-in-law, and that he believes it was to be paid to her in trust for the said Floyd.

July 1786 Mecklenberg Co, NC Col. William Hil charged Abraham Floyd with trespass. Hugh Quinn, garnishee, declared that he gave a bond to Catherine Julian, Floyd's mother-in-law, which he believed was to pay to her in trust for said Floyd, that he owes thereby about L 58 Sterling. Catherine Julian interpleads and claims said money, whereupon the court orders a Jury to try. Same Jury impaneled and sworn. Jury finds that the money made payable to the said Catherine Julian was through fraud and in trust for the said Floyd, and ought to be liable to the demand of the said Hill, and assess his damage agreeable to the Declaration to be levied of the property of said Hugh Quinn.

1 Dec 1788 Berke Co, NC - Abraham sold 40 acres on Sunnano River between Fletchell's and land claimed by William Davidson, Sr.

1790 - Berke Co, NC Census Abraham listed as Abram Flord

1 male - 16 and 2 females.

1790 Berke Co, NC - Abraham and Eve sold to William Julian, 50 acres on both sides of Crooked Creek and Catawba River, joining own land on north, including house he lives in and some clear land and a spring for compliment.

 

1800 Madison Co, KY Census - listed

1810 Pulaski Co, KY Census - listed

1820 Pulaski Co, KY Census - listed

 

20 Jul 1822 Pulaski Co, KY Land Warrant # 8978 issued to Benjamin Floyd; surveyed 31 Aug 1822; certificate shows John Floyd as a chain carrier when land surveyed. On back of certificate it is assigned by Benjamin Floyd to Abraham Floyd, Sr. Drant issued to Abraham Floyd 19 Sep 1825 on above Land Warrant.

 

9 May 1834 - Decatur County, IN - Abraham applied for pension and pension issued 9 May 1834, commencing 4 Mar 1831 for $35.55 per month for his service during the Revolutionary War in the South Carolina Troops. South Carolina Volunteers 31 Mar 1776 to Oct 1776 and the US Army from Feb 1777 to Jul 1779. Stated in his pension application that he was born in Cambridge, SC 10 May 1755. States that he remembers this as his parents had told him but does not mention parents by name.

 

21 Mar 1776 - Abraham volunteered in Camden District of SC, served as Private in Capt. William Byer's and Lt.Jacob Barnett. Joined regiment of volunteers at Camden under Col. Thomas Neil and the body of volunteers under command of Gen. Williamson. Marched from Camden District to the Cherokee Indian Nation and involved in several skirmishes and an engagement with the savages at Black Hole on the French Broad River.

Oct 1776 - Dismissed from service and returned to Camden, SC.

Feb 1777 - marched from Camden District to Augusta, GA and from there to Brier Creek, where he joined the American Army under General Ash. In battle again under Gen. Provost against British at Brier Creek, where he was taken prisoner by the British and taken to Savannah, GA, from which place he escaped about July 1779 and returned home to Camden, SC. Also stated he moved from Camden, SC to Berke Co, CN 1784 then to Madison Co, KY 1801. Then moved to Decatur Co, IN 1828. (He shows up in Madison Co , KY Tax Records by 1796). In a letter from the General Accounting Office to Mrs. Roscoe C. O'Byrne of 5 Dec 1843 and 4 Mar 1844, last pension was paid at Indiana Pension Agency, Madison, IN on 6 Mar 1844 to Thomas Wilson, as attorney fro the pensioner. Thomas Wilson was married to Margaret, Abraham's daughter. On 5 Mar 1844, Abraham had certified that he had resided in Floyd Co, IN for 2 months and previous to that in Bartholomew County. Abraham has been found in all census records except for 1830. But he must have been living in Decatur County, IN in 1834 - this was where he applied for pension. His statement about living in Barhtolomew County prior to Floyd County, is probably an error on his part, as he was in Brown County in 1840 as listed in census, and Brown Co was formed from Bartholomew, Jackson and Monroe Counties in 1836. Whwere he and his son John were living was part of Bartholomew Co when they formed Brown Co, IN.

1840 Census Brown County, Indiana - Abraham was living alone as a Revolutionary War Pensioner.

 

 

 

Abraham Floyd Sr. (2029) (Matthew1) was born on 10 May 1755 at Camden District, South Carolina.20 He married Eve Julian (2030) at an unknown date South Carolina.21 He died in March 1844 at Floyd Co., Indiana.22,23 It is presumed that Abraham is buried in Floyd County, IN as this is where he died and his last pension check was issued there.24

 

 

Sometime between 1783-1785 in Burke Co., North Carolina, Abraham and Eve sold to William Julian, 50 acres on both sides of Crooked Creek of Catawba River, joining own land on north including house he lives in and some clear land and a spring for complement. Entry was undated, but was in the section between the above dates.25

 

Abraham resided in 1784 at Burke Co., North Carolina, he had stated in his pension application that he had moved from Camden District, South Carolina at this time.

 

In the April 1786 Court Session of Mecklenburg Co., NC, Hugh Quinn, summoned as Garnishee in an action on Attachment Colo Hill vs. Abraham Floyd, declares on oath that he purchased two tracts of land from said Floyd, of which he owes about 50 sterling,and at the time he gave the Bond for the said Ball'ce, Floyd requested the Bond to be made payable to Catharine Julian, said Floyd's mother-in-law, and that he belives it was to be paid to her in trust for said Floyd.

 

On July 1786 at Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina, Deed of Sale from Abraham Floyd and wife to Hugh Quinn, 155 acres dated 4 Oct 1785 proven.26

 

In July 1786 at Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina, In a court document of Colo Wm Hill vs. Abraham Floyd. Trespass. Hugh Quinn, garnishee, declared that he gave a Bond to Catherine Julian, Floyd's mother-in-law, which he belived was to pay her in trust for said Floyd, that he owes thereby about 50 Sterling. Catharine Julian interpleads and claims said money, whereupon the Court orders a Jury to try. Same Jury impanneled and sworn. Jury find that the money made payable to the s'd Catharine Julian was through fraud and in trust for the said Floyd, and ought to be liable to the demand of the said Hill, and assess his damage agreable to the declaration to be levied of the property of s'd Quinn.27

 

On the Estate Papers for a Samuel Brown 18 April 1787, Abraham was listed as one the Adm. Bondsman along with Susanah Brown, Thomas Brown and John Carson in Burke Co., North Carolina.28

 

On 1 December 1788 at Burke Co., North Carolina, Abraham sold 40 acres on Suannano River between Fletchells and land claimed by William Davidson, Sr. Warrant was issued.29

 

In 1790, Abraham was a resident of Burke Co., North Carolina, at the time of the Census but it seems that Abraham's last name had been mis-spelled on the Census Record and it came out Abram Flord. Had listed on it 1 male under 16, 3 over 16 and 2 females.30

 

In 1800, Abraham was a resident of Madison Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.31

 

In 1810, Abraham was a resident of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.32

 

In 1820, Abraham was a resident of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.33

 

On 20 July 1822 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, a Warrant #8978 issued to Benjamin Floyd 20 July 1822 Pulaski Co., KY, surveyed for him 31 Aug 1822; certificate shows John Floyd a chain carrier when surveyed. On back it is assigned by Benjamin Floyd to Abraham Floyd, Sr. Grant issued to Abraham Floyd 19 Sep 1825 on above warrant.34

 

Abraham applied for a pension 9 May 1834 Decatur Co., Indiana, and the pension was issued 9 May 1834, commencing 4 March 1831 for the amount of $35.55 a month for his services during the Revolutionary War in the South Carolina Troops.

 

His Revolutionary War experience was with the South Carolina Volunteers from 31 March 1776 to October 1776 and the U. S. Army from February 1777 to July 1779.

 

Abraham stated in his application for the pension, that he was born in Camden, SC on 10 May 1755. He states that he remembers this as his parents had told him, but did not mention them by name.

 

Abraham volunteered March 31, 1776 in the Camden District of South Carolina, served as a private in Capt. William Byer's and Lieutenant Jacob Barnett. He joined a regiment of volunteers at that place under Col. Thomas Neil, and also the main army or body of volunteers under command of General Williamson. Marched from the Camden District to the Cherokee Indian Nation and was involved in several skirmishes and an engagement with the savages at a place called the Black Hole on the French Broad River.

Abraham volunteered March 31, 1776 in the Camden District of South Carolina, served as a private in Capt. William Byer's and Lieutenant Jacob Barnett. He joined a regiment of volunteers at that place under Col. Thomas Neil, and also the main army or body of volunteers under command of General Williamson. Marched from the Camden District to the Cherokee Indian Nation and was involved in several skirmishes and an engagement with the savages at a place called the Black Hole on the French Broad River.

 

 

Was dismissed from service in Oct. 1776 and returned to Camden in South Carolina. He was drafted in the latter part of February 1777. He marched from the Camden District to Augusta, GA and from there to Brier Creek in GA where he joined the American Army under General Ash. Was in a battle against the British (under General Provost) at Brier Creek where he was taken prisoner by the British, and carried to Savannah, GA, from which place he made his escape about July 1779, and returned home to Camden, SC.

 

He also stated that he moved from Camden, SC to Burke County, NC in 1784, then to Madison County KY in 1801. He must have moved to Ky by 1796 as he shows up on the Tax Records at that time. He then moved to Decatur County, IN in 1828.

 

In a letter from the General Accounting Office to Mrs. Roscoe C. O'byrne of 12/5/1936, last pension payment was for time between 9/4/1843 and 3/4/1844, was paid at Indiana Pension Agency, Madison, IN on March 6, 1844 to Thomas Wilson, as attorney for the pensioner. Thomas Wilson was married to Margaret, Abraham's daughter. On March 5, 1844, Abraham had certified that he had resided in Floyd Co., IN for 2 months and previous to that in Bartholomew County, IN.

 

Abraham has been accounted for in all Census records except for year 1830. It doesn't look like he was living with any of his children in either Kentucky or Indiana. He must have been living in Decatur County, Indiana in 1834 as this is where he applied for his pension. His statement above about living in Bartholomew County prior to Floyd County is probably an error on his part as he was in Brown County 1n 1840 as listed in census, and Brown County was formed from Bartholomew, Jackson and Monroe in 1836. Where he and son John were living, was part of Bartholomew County when they formed Brown County.35

 

In 1840, Abraham was a resident of Brown Co., Indiana, at the time of the Census living alone as a Revolutionary War Pensioner

 

 

Notes for EVE JULIAN:

There was a Jacob JULIAN on the 1778 Tax Records of Camden District, SC. Is this a brother or the Father of Eve? Eve's mother was named in some court documents.

 

Colonel Wm. Hill vs. Abraham Floyd, Trespass. Hugh Quinn, garnishee, declared that he gave a Bond to Catherine Julian, Floyd's mother-in-law, which he belived was to pay to her in trust for said Floyd, that he owes thereby about 58 Sterling. Catherine Julian interpleads and claims said money, whereupon the Court orders a Jury to try. Same Jury impaneled and sworn. Jury find that the money made payable to the s'd Catherine Julian was through fraud and in trust for the said Floyd, and ought to be liable to the demand of the said Hill, and assess his damage agreeable to the Declaration to be levied of the property of s'd Hugh Quinn. She died, The last known record of Eve being alive is when she gave permission for her daughter, Nancy, to marry on 1 January 1829.

 

Whether she went to Indiana with husband and sons or died in Pulaski County before they made their trip is unknown. When Abraham applied for his pension of the Revolutionary War, there was no mention of wife and he was the only one listed in his household on 1840 Census of Brown Co., Indiana.

 

had yellow hair

Children of ABRAHAM FLOYD and EVE JULIAN are:

9. i. MATTHEW4 FLOYD, b. October 02, 1778, South Carolina; d. August 19, 1862.

ii. BENJAMIN FLOYD, b. 1780.

iii. THOMAS FLOYD, b. 1784.

iv. ABRAHAM FLOYD, JR, b. 1787.

v. JOHN FLOYD, b. 1790.

vi. MARGARET FLOYD, b. 1791; d. Aft. 1835; m. WILLIAM TRIMBLE, Bef. 1817, Pulaski Co. Kentucky; b. Abt. 1791.

 

Notes for WILLIAM TRIMBLE:

Margaret filed a Bastardy Charge against William Trimble, naming the female child Christina Floyd. William was ordered to pay $80.oo for the surport and maintainance of the said child with $20.oo by Aug. 25 and $10.oo on same day in the year 1819 and $10.oo every year after until amount paid, He will also pay costs here in expended. Ordered into bond of $160.oo with Martin Turpin Jr.,Holcomb Robertson and John Trimble.

 

On 27 March 1820 at Pulaski Co Kentucky, Margaret filed warrant on William Trimble to recover an installment for the maintainance of the Bastard child which motion was bottomed on the following notice towit: Mr. Wm. Trimble and your securities John Trimble,Martin Trimble & Holcomb Robertson. Take notice that I shall attend the next county court held for the county of Pulaski in the town of Somerset in order to obtain a judgement against you for $10.oo which is a part of a sum granted to me by said court from you on acount of a charge of Bastardy by me against you.

 

Whereupon it is considered by the court that said plantiff recover against the said defendants the sun of $10.oo as per the bond; and that she recover her costs by her in this behalf expended.

 

 

10. vii. DELILAH FLOYD, b. January 29, 1795.

viii. NANCY FLOYD, b. 1807.

 

 

5. CATHERINE3 FLOYD (MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1760, and died Aft. 1799. She married CHARLES SR WARREN February 01, 1796 in Lincoln Co Kentucky. He was born 1750.

 

Notes for CATHERINE FLOYD:

Catherine "Caty"2 Floyd (4017) (Matthew1) was born circa 1760. She married Charles Warren Sr. (4062) on 1 February 1796 at Lincoln Co., Kentucky, and the marriage application listing her father Matthew Floyd as giving consent for her to marry is another good possibility that she is the daughter of Matthew and sister to Abraham and Marjery. The only other Matthew Floyd that was in that area of Kentucky at that time would have been Abraham's son, and he was too young to have a daughter that age to marry as he was only 18 years old in 1796

Children of CATHERINE FLOYD and CHARLES WARREN are:

11. i. REV. MATTHEW4 WARREN, b. 1797; d. 1838, n Pulaski Co Ky.

ii. WILLIAM WARREN, b. 1798.

iii. CHARLES JR WARREN, b. 1799.

 

 

6. SALLY3 FLOYD (DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1750 in VA, and died September 1787 in KY. She married JOHN SINGLETON 1774 in Va, son of WILLIAM SINGLETON. He was born 1743 in Caroline C0., Va, and died 1831 in Garrard Co. KY.

Children of SALLY FLOYD and JOHN SINGLETON are:

12. i. ABEL4 SINGLETON, b. 1783, KY; d. 1855, Lincoln Co. KY.

13. ii. WILLIAM SINGLETON, b. March 13, 1771, VA; d. 1852, Ky.

iii. PATSY SINGLETON, b. 1782; m. JAMES MURRAY.

14. iv. MARY SINGLETON, b. 1775; d. August 11, 1846, Barren Co Ky.

v. FANNIE SINGLETON, b. 1778; d. 1832; m. ELISHA BROWN, April 07, 1798, Garrard Co, KY.

vi. JOHN B. SINGLETON, b. 1784; m. BETSY STOGSDILL, January 18, 1803, Pulaski Co.

vii. DAVID SINGLETON, b. 1785; d. 1832; m. JINCY FITZPATRICK, April 23, 1806, Pulaski Co.

viii. SALLY SINGLETON, b. 1786; m. UNK EDWARDS.

ix. ALLEN SINGLETON, b. 1795; m. SALLY HALL, May 04, 1814.

 

 

7. JOHN3 FLOYD (DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1752, and died 1840. He married SARAH SINGLETON, daughter of CHRISTOPHER SINGLETON and SARAH HUNLEY. She was born 1758 in Kings Queen County Va.

 

Notes for JOHN FLOYD:

John came from Chesapeake Beach VA. He marriagre Sarah Singleton, Daughter of Christopher

singleton, in Garrard County KY It is believed that he died ath David's home in 1840.

He was a Revolutionary Soldier.

Children of JOHN FLOYD and SARAH SINGLETON are:

i. JOHN4 FLOYD, b. 1784.

ii. THOMAS FLOYD, b. 1785.

15. iii. DAVID FLOYD, b. December 17, 1787; d. June 12, 1868, Garrard County.

iv. CHRISTOPHER FLOYD, b. 1790.

v. CATHRINE FLOYD, b. 1792.

vi. BENJAMIN FLOYD, b. 1801.

 

 

8. BENJAMIN3 FLOYD (DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1760, and died 1837. He married ELIZABETH SINGLETON 1780, daughter of CHRISTOPHER SINGLETON and SARAH HUNLEY. She was born 1760, and died 1837.

Children of BENJAMIN FLOYD and ELIZABETH SINGLETON are:

16. i. FRANCES4 FLOYD, b. 1779; d. August 21, 1861.

17. ii. SARAH FLOYD, b. 1780; d. Bef. 1834.

18. iii. DAVID FLOYD, b. 1782; d. 1870.

19. iv. SINGLETON FLOYD, b. March 24, 1783, Lincoln County KY; d. April 23, 1840, Lincoln County KY.

v. ELIZABETH FLOYD, b. 1789; m. JOHN JR SINGLETON, January 23, 1823, Lincoln Co.

vi. JOHN FLOYD, b. 1790; m. FRANCES SINGLETON; b. 1793.

vii. LUCY FLOYD, b. 1794; m. JOHN REYNOLDS, February 14, 1814.

viii. BENJAMIN FLOYD, b. January 20, 1801; d. December 06, 1879; m. MARY POLLY EUBANKS, May 12, 1823, Lincoln Co.

20. ix. MARY POLLY FLOYD, b. February 24, 1804; d. April 17, 1862.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

9. MATTHEW4 FLOYD (ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born October 02, 1778 in South Carolina, and died August 19, 1862. He married (1) SUSANNAH WARREN July 11, 1804 in Lincoln Co. He married (2) LUCINDA SHIPLEY October 18, 1822 in Wayne Co, KY, daughter of BENJAMIN SHIPLEY. She was born 1801 in tennessee.

 

Notes for MATTHEW FLOYD:

Matthew Floyd was one of the most popular, beloved, and efficient preachers in Kentucky, in his generation. His grandfather, Col. Matthew Floyd, came to America in command of a regiment of British soldiers, in time of the Revolutionary War. Being in sympathy with the cause of the Colonists, he succeeded in winning his regiment to his views, during the voyage across the ocean. Accordingly, on landing at Charleston, South Carolina, he, with his entire command, entered the service of the United Colonies, and fought on the side of American independence, during the War. His son, Abraham, who, as was his father, was a native of Ireland, came to America in command of a company in his father's regiment, and continued in the service of the Colonies, during their struggle for liberty. After the close of the War, Captain Floyd moved to Madison county, Kentucky, where he followed the occupation of school teaching. He finally moved to Indiana, where he died at the age of 104 years

.Matthew Floyd was the son of Captain Abraham Floyd, and was born in South Carolina, in the year 1778. In 1796, he migrated with his parents to Kentucky. He was brought up in the Episcopal church, of which his parents were devout members. He received a common English education, probably under the tuition of his father, and, in early life, joined the Methodist society as a seeker. Subsequently, he professed conversion, and united with a Baptist church near the residence of his parents. Coming home from the baptizing without having changed his garments, his father was so angry with him for having joined the Baptists, that he drove him from his house, with his wet clothes on. However, he continued firm in his new faith. Arriving at manhood, he married Susannah, daughter of Charles Warren, and settled in Pulaski county, near the present location of Old White Oak Baptist church. Here he commenced his long and eminently successful ministry, about the year 1811. White Oak church was probably the fruits of his first labors in the gospel. He was called to the pastoral charge of this organization about the time of its constitution, and served it with great acceptance, about 51 years. He also served with equal acceptance the churches at Monticello, New Salem, Big Spring and Beaver Creek, all in Wayne county. The churches he served belonged to the old Cumberland River fraternity, till that body became so large as to render attendance on its meetings inconvenient. In 1825, Mr. Floyd's charges, with seven other churches, entered into the constitution of South Concord Association. Mr. Floyd had now become the leading minister in the Cumberland Valley. His great popularity was evinced in his being elected Moderator of the new Association, seventeen years in succession. Meanwhile, he preached the introductory sermon before the body, as often as three times in succession.Soon after the constitution of the General Association, in 1837, the subject of missions began to agitate South Concord Association, and there are good reasons for believing that it would have followed the example of Stocktons Valley, in declaring unanimously against missionary operations, had it not been for the influence of Mr. Floyd, who exerted his entire energies in favor of missions. The opposition in the Association a small majority, including all the preachers of any considerable influence, except Mr. Floyd, whose personal popularity still gave him the moderatorship. But it became manifest to him, that the two parties could not live together in peace. His prudence secured a peaceable and orderly separation, by the dismissal of the missionary churches, by letter. He immediately secured the calling of a convention of these churches and South Cumberland River was constituted, in 1842. He had been Moderator of South Concord from its constitution, and he was now elected Moderator of South Cumberland River Association, a position he continued to occupy, until his death, a period of 21 years.Besides his pastoral labors, Mr. Floyd preached abundantly among the destitute of Wayne, Pulaski and Russell counties, during his entire ministry of 52 years.

He is believed to have been, at least, one of the first missionaries employed by the General Association in his part of the State. His success in the ministry was extraordinary, and he baptized a great many people. He was a wise man in council, as well as an efficient laborer in the field. But his work was finished at last, and, on the 19th of August, 1863, he answered the summons to come up higher.

 

Rev. Matthew3 Floyd (Abraham2, Matthew1) was born on 2 October 1778 at South Carolina. He married Susannah Warren on 11 July 1804 at Lincoln Co., Kentucky. He then married Lucinda Shipley on 18 July 1822 at at Wayne Co., Kentucky, the Bondsman was Isaac A. Dunigan, bond was dated 18 July 1822 and they were married by Lewis C. Stinson. A note at the bottom of the license read, "this is to certify that you shall grant lisons that the rite of matrimony be celebrated between Matthew and my daughter Lusinday Shipley - gievein from under my hand 18 July 1822 by Benjamin (X) Shipley. He died on 19 August 1862 at Nancy, Pulaski Co., Kentucky. He was buried at Henderson/Floyd Cemetery, Nancy, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, cemetery is located W. Highway 80 then 196, just down the road from the Whiteoak Baptist Church, (Go across Whiteoak Creek, then at the first lane turn left). There is a 3' high slab marking his grave.

The slab is inscribed:

In memory of Elder Mathew Floyd

Born in SC Oct 2nd 1778

Began preaching in 1811

Continued faithful and successful

Baptist preacher until his death

Died August the 19th 1863

Matthew was listed on the census of in 1830 at Wayne Co., Kentucky, age 40-50 and listed living in his household were 2 males under 5, one male 5-10 , one male 10-15 , one male, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 40-50 and 1 female 80-90 years of age.

In 1850, Matthew and Lucinda were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.

In 1860, Matthew and Lucinda were residents of Somerset District #1, Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census.

 

 

Notes for LUCINDA SHIPLEY:

Lucinda Shipley was born in 1801 at Tennessee.

In 1870, Lucinda was a resident of Boone Twp., Warrick Co., Indiana, at the time of the Census living with son Raney Floyd.

In 1880 Lucinda Shipley was living in household of Riley Henderson and Lucinda Jane at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the 1880 Census.

 

Children of MATTHEW FLOYD and SUSANNAH WARREN are:

i. UNK5 FLOYD, b. 1805.

ii. NANCY FLOYD, b. 1806.

iii. ABRAHAM FLOYD, b. 1807.

iv. REUBEN W FLOYD, b. 1808.

v. PATSY FLOYD, b. 1810.

vi. DR JOHN W. FLOYD, b. 1812.

vii. JORDON FLOYD, b. 1815.

viii. MARY ANN POLLY FLOYD, b. 1817.

ix. SARAH FLOYD, b. 1817.

 

Children of MATTHEW FLOYD and LUCINDA SHIPLEY are:

x. STEPHEN C5 FLOYD, b. October 18, 1822.

xi. AMANDA JANE FLOYD, b. 1823.

xii. JAMES L. FLOYD, b. August 20, 1825.

xiii. LUCINDA JANE FLOYD, b. 1829.

xiv. FRANCIS MARION FLOYD, b. 1831.

xv. MARTHA A. FLOYD, b. November 22, 1835.

xvi. ZACHARIAH T. FLOYD, b. 1839.

xvii. RHODA S. FLOYD, b. 1842.

21. xviii. BENJAMIN JULIAN FLOYD, b. 1826, Pulaski Co., Kentucky; d. January 11, 1862, Pulaski Co., Kentucky.

 

 

10. DELILAH4 FLOYD (ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born January 29, 1795. She married (1) ISAAC SEWELL. He was born Abt. 1800. She married (2) LEWIS F. RAPER. He was born June 19, 1796 in NC.

 

Notes for ISAAC SEWELL:

On 12 Oct. 1819 at Pulaski Co Ky, Delilah had brought of Bastardy against Isaac Sewell previously, then on this court date the following was entered: The defendent on this day appeared in discharge of his recognizance entered herein on the 12th day 0f Oct. 1819 and by his counsel moved the court to set aside the recognizance entered into as a foresaid alleging that the charge against him was void by statue of limitations which motion was overuled by the court. The defendant afterwards, by his counsel, moved the court to set aside & squash the proceedings for this that the warrent in this case was executed on the deft, when performing Militia duty on the muster field. Which motion was by the court sustained. Therefore on the motion of the said defendent by his attorney it is ordered that the deft, recover of the said Delilah Floyd his costs by him about this deffense in his behalf expenses and the said Delilah in money paid.

 

 

Isaac Sewell was the father of James J Floyd A Bastardy suit was filed by James mother , Deliah Floyd on 10 Dec 1819 in Pulaski Co Ky. Delilah had brought a charge of Bastardy against Isaac previously, then on this court date the following: The defendent on this day apppeared in discharge of his recognizance entered herein on the 12th day of Oct 1819 and by his counsel moved the court to set aside the recognizance entered into as aforesaid alleging that the charge against him was void bby the statue of limitations which motion was over ruled by the court. The defendant afterwards, by way of his consel, moved the court to set aside and squash the proceedings for this that the warrant in this case was executed on the deft , when performing milita duty on the muster field. Which motion was was by the court sutained, therefore on the motion of the said defendant by his attorney it is ordered that the deft. recover of the said Delila Floyd his costs by him about his defense in his behalf expenses and the said Delila in money paid

 

Child of DELILAH FLOYD and ISAAC SEWELL is:

i. JAMES J5 FLOYD, b. 1817.

 

 

11. REV. MATTHEW4 WARREN (CATHERINE3 FLOYD, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1797, and died 1838 in n Pulaski Co Ky. He married MARTHA BAKER January 20, 1816 in Pulaski Co, KY. She was born 1798 in Tennessee.

 

Notes for REV. MATTHEW WARREN:

Trained himself for a Baptist preacher.

Taught a subscription school, taught his son Fielden for 40 days whenhe was

7, which was all the education he had. "It was the last school thefather

taught, his death occuring shortly after.[1933380.ged]

 

Trained himself for a Baptist preacher.

Taught a subscription school, taught his son Fielden for 40 days when he was

7, which was all the education he had. "It was the last school the father

taught, his death occuring shortly after.

 

Children of REV. WARREN and MARTHA BAKER are:

i. ANDREW5 WARREN, b. February 12, 1819.

ii. EVERETTE WARREN, b. Abt. 1820.

iii. ALBERT WARREN, b. Abt. 1822.

iv. GENEVA WARREN, b. Abt. 1824.

v. CHARLES WARREN, b. Abt. 1825.

vi. REV. FIELDEN LANGFORD WARREN, b. September 23, 1826.

vii. ELIZABETH WARREN, b. Abt. 1829.

viii. GREEN MILTON WARREN, b. Abt. 1834.

ix. JOEL B WARREN, b. Abt. 1840.

 

 

12. ABEL4 SINGLETON (SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1783 in KY, and died 1855 in Lincoln Co. KY. He married FANNIE HALL August 22, 1810 in Garrard Co. Ky, daughter of WILLIAM HALL and POLLY. She was born 1794, and died October 15, 1856 in Lincoln Co Ky.

Children of ABEL SINGLETON and FANNIE HALL are:

22. i. DAVID V5 SINGLETON, b. February 02, 1824, In Garrard Co. KY; d. August 23, 1875, Buried at Pleasant Point Cem , Kings Mtn., KY.

ii. SARAH SINGLETON, b. 1810; m. RICHARD MATTINGLY, 1826.

iii. AMELIA SINGLETON, b. 1811; m. NICHOLAS MARTIN, December 30, 1828, Lancaster, Ky Garrard Co.

iv. JOSIAH SINGLETON, b. 1810.

v. ANN SINGLETON, b. 1822.

vi. JOSEPH SINGLETON, b. 1820.

vii. ALEXANDER SINGLETON, b. 1827, Garrard Co. KY; m. MARY BLANKENSHIP, August 22, 1846, Lancaster, Ky Garrard Co.

viii. ELLIN SINGLETON, b. 1828.

ix. BOB SINGLETON, b. 1832.

x. JANE SINGLETON, b. 1832.

xi. JAMES SINGLETON, b. 1815, Lincoln Co; m. HANNAH KERR, January 05, 1833, Lincoln Co.

xii. EDWIN SINGLETON, b. 1834, Garrard Co. KY.

 

 

13. WILLIAM4 SINGLETON (SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 13, 1771 in VA, and died 1852 in Ky. He married POLLY MCKINSEY December 06, 1800 in Pulaski Co.

Children of WILLIAM SINGLETON and POLLY MCKINSEY are:

i. NANCY5 SINGLETON, b. 1811.

ii. ANDREW SINGLETON, b. 1820.

23. iii. WILLIAM JR SINGLETON, b. 1822.

iv. UNK SINGLETON.

v. ELIZABETH SINGLETON.

 

 

14. MARY4 SINGLETON (SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1775, and died August 11, 1846 in Barren Co Ky. She married JENNING MCDANIELS November 23, 1798 in Garrard Co, KY. He was born 1772 in Garrard County, and died October 10, 1818 in Barren Co.

Children of MARY SINGLETON and JENNING MCDANIELS are:

i. SALLY5 MCDANIELS, b. 1799.

ii. ELIZABETH MCDANIELS, b. 1803.

iii. RUTHA MCDANIELS, b. May 05, 1804.

iv. FLOYD WALKER MCDANIELS, b. 1807.

v. MARY MCDANIELS, b. 1809.

vi. MALISSA MCDANIELS, b. 1810.

24. vii. JOHN SINGLETON MCDANIELS, b. 1816, Barren Co; d. February 21, 1881, Carroll, MO.

 

 

15. DAVID4 FLOYD (JOHN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born December 17, 1787, and died June 12, 1868 in Garrard County. He married FRANCES FLOYD April 03, 1812 in Lincoln Co, daughter of BENJAMIN FLOYD and ELIZABETH SINGLETON. She was born 1779, and died August 21, 1861.

Children of DAVID FLOYD and FRANCES FLOYD are:

i. EZRA J5 FLOYD, b. January 19, 1818.

ii. HENRY FLOYD.

 

 

16. FRANCES4 FLOYD (BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1779, and died August 21, 1861. She married DAVID FLOYD April 03, 1812 in Lincoln Co, son of JOHN FLOYD and SARAH SINGLETON. He was born December 17, 1787, and died June 12, 1868 in Garrard County.

Children are listed above under (15) David Floyd.

 

17. SARAH4 FLOYD (BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1780, and died Bef. 1834. She married ISAAC WILLIAM. He was born 1780.

Children of SARAH FLOYD and ISAAC WILLIAM are:

i. POLLY5 WILLIAM.

ii. FLOYD WILLIAM.

iii. SALLIE WILLIAM.

 

 

18. DAVID4 FLOYD (BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1782, and died 1870. He married NANCY SINGLETON May 23, 1823 in Lincoln Co. She was born 1797.

Children of DAVID FLOYD and NANCY SINGLETON are:

i. NANCY5 FLOYD, b. 1829.

ii. HARVEY FLOYD, b. July 29, 1827.

25. iii. RUTHA FLOYD, b. 1820; d. 1864.

iv. MARIAH JANE FLOYD.

 

 

19. SINGLETON4 FLOYD (BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 24, 1783 in Lincoln County KY, and died April 23, 1840 in Lincoln County KY. He married ELIZABETH PENNICK January 04, 1804 in Lincoln Co. She was born January 11, 1788, and died June 04, 1849 in Lincoln / Pulaski co Ky.

Children of SINGLETON FLOYD and ELIZABETH PENNICK are:

i. SARAH5 FLOYD, b. October 16, 1804.

ii. MARY JANE FLOYD, b. July 06, 1806.

iii. JOHN FLOYD, b. June 26, 1808.

iv. JAMES PENCIK FLOYD, b. March 10, 1810.

v. BENJAMIN RUSH FLOYD, b. December 13, 1811.

vi. DAVID FLOYD, b. December 16, 1813.

vii. ALICIA FLOYD, b. September 12, 1815.

viii. GREENVILLE FLOYD, b. April 16, 1817.

ix. NATHAN FLOYD, b. October 09, 1818.

x. SINGLE F FLOYD, b. October 04, 1820.

xi. ELIZABETH FLOYD, b. April 05, 1822.

xii. LUCINDA FLOYD, b. April 04, 1823.

xiii. FRANCES FLOYD, b. July 08, 1825.

xiv. FRANKLIN FLOYD, b. July 02, 1830.

xv. WILLIAM PENNICK FLOYD, b. June 18, 1834.

 

 

20. MARY POLLY4 FLOYD (BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 24, 1804, and died April 17, 1862. She married JAMES EUBANKS March 20, 1821 in Lincoln Co. He was born September 03, 1792, and died May 01, 1887 in Lincoln County KY.

Children of MARY FLOYD and JAMES EUBANKS are:

i. ELIZA5 EUBANKS, b. September 03, 1822, Licoln County KY; m. SINGLETON FLOYD, November 17, 1838, Pulaski Co.

26. ii. JOHN WESLEY EUBANKS, b. March 06, 1823; d. 1903, Licoln County KY.

iii. ERMINA EUBANKS, b. October 08, 1824; d. February 27, 1904, Licoln County KY; m. STEPHEN FLOYD, September 03, 1842, Lincoln Co.

iv. BENJAMIN F EUBANKS, b. February 27, 1829; m. PERNETTE HUBBLE.

v. ELIZABETH EUBANKS, b. January 16, 1829.

vi. MALINDA EUBANKS, b. March 17, 1833; m. JOHN FLOYD, January 14, 1850, Lincoln Co.

vii. SARANN EUBANKS, b. 1831; m. LILLBURN JOHNSON.

viii. DAVIDSON EUBANKS, b. October 13, 1835; d. March 28, 1920, Licoln County KY.

ix. POLLY JANE EUBANKS, b. September 05, 1840; m. COULTER.

x. TELITHA EUBANKS, b. February 14, 1841; m. DANIEL CAMDEN, December 07, 1865, Lincoln Co.

xi. JEFFERSON EUBANKS, b. March 29, 1842.

xii. JOSEPH EUBANKS, b. February 11, 1846; d. 1887; m. ANN ELIZA SIMS, May 27, 1869, Lincoln Co.

xiii. SUSAN EUBANKS, b. September 23, 1837.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

21. BENJAMIN JULIAN5 FLOYD (MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1826 in Pulaski Co., Kentucky, and died January 11, 1862 in Pulaski Co., Kentucky. He married (1) ELIZABETH F. CAUGHRON August 16, 1842 in Pulaski Co, daughter of THOMAS CAUGHRON and MARY TRIMBLE. She was born 1826 in Pulaski Co,KY. He married (2) ELIZABETH F CAUGHRON August 16, 1842 in Pulaski Co, KY, daughter of THOMAS CAUGHRON and MARY TRIMBLE. She was born 1826.

 

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

 

Notes for ELIZABETH F. CAUGHRON:

44. ELIZABETH F5 CAUGHRON (MARY POLLY4 TRIMBLE, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1826 in Pulaski Co, Ky. She married BENJAMIN JULIAN FLOYD August 16, 1842 in Pulaski Co, KY, son of MATTHEW FLOYD and LUCINDA SHIPLEY. He was born 1826.

 

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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

 

Children of BENJAMIN FLOYD and ELIZABETH CAUGHRON are:

i. ELIZABETH6 FLOYD, b. 1845.

ii. MATHEW FLOYD, b. 1848; d. March 31, 1864, Richmond Va Killed during the civil War.

iii. THOMAS FLOYD, b. March 12, 1849; d. Died during the civil war "shortly after enlisting".

iv. AMANDA FLOYD, b. March 11, 1852, Pulask Co,KY; m. REUBEN FLOYD.

v. WILLIAM WALKER FLOYD, b. March 11, 1857, Pulask Co,KY; m. LYDIA C MACKLIN.

vi. JOHN L FLOYD, b. July 05, 1861, Pulask Co,KY; m. NANCY E MADEN.

 

Children of BENJAMIN FLOYD and ELIZABETH CAUGHRON are:

vii. HARDIN FRANKLIN6 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.

 

 

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

ix. ELIZABETH LEE FLOYD, b. 1845.

x. MATTHEW FLOYD, b. 1848.

xi. THOMAS FLOYD, b. 1849.

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

 

 

22. DAVID V5 SINGLETON (ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 02, 1824 in In Garrard Co. KY, and died August 23, 1875 in Buried at Pleasant Point Cem , Kings Mtn., KY. He married MARY JANE DELANY December 28, 1843 in Lincoln co, daughter of JOHN DELANEY and BARRILLA ELLISON. She was born February 15, 1824, and died August 28, 1875 in Lincoln Co Ky.

Children of DAVID SINGLETON and MARY DELANY are:

28. i. JOHN A.6 SINGLETON, b. January 08, 1849, Lincoln Co; d. May 29, 1919, Kings Mtn Ky.

29. ii. ANN SINGLETON, b. October 26, 1844; d. May 12, 1917.

30. iii. SARAH SINGLETON, b. May 02, 1857; d. October 02, 1896, Lincoln Co.

31. iv. JOSIAH SINGLETON, b. April 07, 1850, Lincoln Co; d. July 11, 1886, Lincoln Co Ky.

32. v. NANCY JANE SINGLETON, b. September 04, 1845, Licoln County KY; d. November 09, 1913.

 

 

23. WILLIAM JR5 SINGLETON (WILLIAM4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1822. He married MARGARET A. ?. She was born 1821.

Children of WILLIAM SINGLETON and MARGARET ? are:

i. WILLIAM DAVID6 SINGLETON, b. 1842.

ii. DAVID SINGLETON, b. 1846.

iii. GEORGE W. SINGLETON, b. 1847.

iv. AMANDA SINGLETON, b. 1848.

v. ELLEN D. SINGLETON, b. 1850.

vi. THOMAS C. SINGLETON, b. 1851.

vii. JOHN F. SINGLETON, b. 1854.

viii. MARGARET E SINGLETON, b. 1855.

ix. ELIZA J. SINGLETON, b. 1858.

x. SARAH E. SINGLETON, b. 1860.

 

 

24. JOHN SINGLETON5 MCDANIELS (MARY4 SINGLETON, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1816 in Barren Co, and died February 21, 1881 in Carroll, MO. He married NANCY MARGARET FLOYD November 23, 1836 in Garrard Co, KY, daughter of THOMAS FLOYD and SALLIE JEFFRIES. She was born 1820 in Barren Co, and died August 07, 1890 in Carroll, MO.

Children of JOHN MCDANIELS and NANCY FLOYD are:

i. MARY E.6 MCDANIELS, b. 1840.

ii. THOMAS JENNINGS MCDANIELS, b. 1842.

iii. JOSEPH WALKER MCDANIELS, b. 1844.

 

 

25. RUTHA5 FLOYD (DAVID4, BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1820, and died 1864. She married ELLIAS ELLISON December 14, 1843 in Lincoln Co. He was born March 07, 1818, and died 1875.

 

Notes for ELLIAS ELLISON:

Lee Graveyard is located in Lincoln Co in the Ellison Community on a farm now owned by Linton Cress.

 

Children of RUTHA FLOYD and ELLIAS ELLISON are:

i. MARY ANN6 ELLISON, b. June 20, 1853.

ii. MALINDA ELLISON, b. May 11, 1856.

iii. J.D. ELLISON ELLISON, b. January 1860.

 

 

26. JOHN WESLEY5 EUBANKS (MARY POLLY4 FLOYD, BENJAMIN3, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 06, 1823, and died 1903 in Licoln County KY. He married LUCINDA FLOYD September 03, 1842 in Lincoln Co.

Children of JOHN EUBANKS and LUCINDA FLOYD are:

i. CYRUS6 EUBANKS, b. July 06, 1857.

ii. SARAH A EUBANKS, b. November 20, 1858.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

27. RANEY M6 FLOYD (BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born January 01, 1855, and died March 16, 1917 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. He married LUCY JANE TRIMBLE January 11, 1874, daughter of JAMES TRIMBLE and SARAH WHITTIS. She was born November 18, 1853 in Pulaski Co ,KY, and died July 25, 1948 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

 

Notes for RANEY M FLOYD:

RANEY M6 FLOYD (ELIZABETH F5 CAUGHRON, MARY POLLY4 TRIMBLE, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) (Source: Commonwealth of Kentucky, Certificate of Death #8612 for Raney M. Floyd, Parents: Benjamin Floyd and Sarah E. Caughron. Informant: Reuben Floyd. Cause of death: Sarcoma.) was born January 01, 1855 in Pulaski Co, Ky, and died March 16, 1917 in Lincoln, Co. KY. He married LUCINDA JANE TRIMBLE (Source: Commonwealth of Kentucky, Ky Death Certificate for Lucy Jane Floyd Cert#19126, 94 yrs, 9 mo, 26 days. Housewife, born Pulaski Co. Father Jim Trimble born Pulaski Co., Mother Sarah Whittis born VA. Informant Mary ?(unable to read). Cause of death - Cardio-vascular disease, other - senility.) January 11, 1874 in Pulaski Co, Ky, daughter of JAMES TRIMBLE and SARAH WHITIS. She was born November 18, 1853 in Pulaski Co, Ky, and died July 25, 1948 in Waynesburg, Lincoln, Co. KY.

 

Notes for RANEY M FLOYD:

Raney's death cert says date of birth is Jan. 1, 1855. Informant: Reuben Floyd.

 

 

Notes for LUCY JANE TRIMBLE:

. Raney M.5 Floyd (2113) (Benjamin4, Matthew3, Abraham2, Matthew1) was born on 27 March 1856 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.157 He married Lucinda "Lucy" J. Trimble (2114), daughter of John F. Trimble (2327) and Sarah Whitus (2328), on 11 January 1874 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at home of John Floyd. Surety ws Francis G. floyd and witnesses were Perry Weddle and Wm. floyd.336 He died in 1917 at Lincoln Co., Kentucky.337 He was buried at Point Pleasant Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co., Kentucky.

 

Raney made his home in Kings Mountain, KY.

 

In 1880, Raney M. and Lucinda "Lucy" J. were residents of Pulaski Co., Kentucky, at the time of the Census with their children Reuben, Mary E. and James F.338

Lucinda "Lucy" J. Trimble (2114) was born on 18 November 1853 at Pulaski Co., Kentucky.337 She died on 25 July 1948 at Lincoln Co., Kentucky.337 She was buried at Point Pleasant Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co., Kentucky.

 

 

Children of RANEY FLOYD and LUCY TRIMBLE are:

33. i. LAURA B7 FLOYD, b. May 28, 1892; d. May 22, 1980, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

ii. REUBEN FLOYD, b. April 17, 1875, Pulaski Co, KY, USA; d. June 14, 1955, Casey Co, KY, USA; m. (1) MARTHA FOLEY; m. (2) LOU MARCUM RIDNEY, December 16, 1896.

34. iii. JAMES H FLOYD, b. 1879.

iv. LULA FLOYD, b. 1890; m. GEORGE JACOBS.

35. v. MARY ELIZABETH FLOYD, b. 1877.

vi. SARA BELLE FLOYD, b. September 16, 1880; m. BATCH TRIMBLE.

vii. LOLA FLOYD, b. 1887; m. SAM MCKEETHAN.

36. viii. CONELIA FLOYD, b. 1875.

37. ix. VEET FLOYD, b. January 01, 1885.

x. JOHNNY FLOYD, b. June 16, 1889; m. (1) HATTIE KIDD; m. (2) TABITHA YOUNG; m. (3) TABITHA YOUNG.

 

Notes for HATTIE KIDD:

Hattie was married to Colonel Kid, She was Elsie

Rogers' mother

 

 

28. JOHN A.6 SINGLETON (DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 08, 1849 in Lincoln Co, and died May 29, 1919 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married (1) MARY SUSAN ALFORD August 10, 1873 in Lincoln Co, daughter of DAVID ALFORD and MARTHA ROYALTY. She was born January 04, 1857, and died February 02, 1926. He married (2) SARAH ANN MURPHY February 21, 1866, daughter of MAURICE MURPHY and SARAH WALL. She was born February 21, 1846, and died 1873.

Children of JOHN SINGLETON and MARY ALFORD are:

38. i. JOSIAH7 SINGLETON, b. February 19, 1884, Ky; d. November 23, 1933, Lincoln County KY.

ii. CLAUDE SINGLETON, b. March 01, 1893, Lincoln County KY; d. 1988, Calif; m. (1) MARIE BELL; m. (2) JOSEPHINE STEELE, June 18, 1924.

39. iii. WILLIAM MARTIN SINGLETON, b. September 01, 1876, Ky; d. February 22, 1932, Lincoln County KY.

iv. MAUDE SINGLETON, b. March 01, 1893, Lincoln County KY; d. July 20, 1982, Stanford, ky; m. URBAN SINGLETON, June 02, 1911.

40. v. MAYME SINGLETON, b. May 23, 1898, Lincoln County KY; d. July 11, 1954, Waynesburg, KY.

41. vi. BESSIE ANN SINGLETON, b. April 14, 1888, Lincoln County KY; d. 1966, Lincoln County KY.

42. vii. MARY MAGELINE "MAGGIE" SINGLETON, b. February 02, 1882, Ky; d. 1906, Lincoln County KY.

viii. NORA SINGLETON, b. April 17, 1890, Lincoln County KY; d. October 16, 1972, Louisville , KY; m. HENDRICKS HAYES, August 31, 1908, Stanford, KY.

43. ix. MARTHA ELIZABETH "MATTIE" SINGLETON, b. September 1879; d. May 09, 1944, Lincoln County KY.

44. x. LOUANNA SINGLETON, b. May 14, 1878, Ky; d. January 23, 1957.

xi. ELIZA BELL SINGLETON, b. 1874; d. 1939, Waynesburg, KY; m. MAC DOWELL WALL.

xii. JOHN ANDERSON SINGLETON, b. July 10, 1895, Lincoln County KY; d. November 24, 1982, Wayne, MI; m. ADA PEARL GRIFFIN, 1914.

 

Children of JOHN SINGLETON and SARAH MURPHY are:

45. xiii. ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, b. February 07, 1872, Kings Mtn Ky; d. November 07, 1908, Kings Mtn.

46. xiv. MAURICE JUDGE SINGLETON, b. December 05, 1869, Kings Mtn ky; d. May 04, 1951, Detroit MI.

47. xv. DAVID ANTHONY SINGLETON, b. January 1868; d. 1928, Kings Mtn ,Ky.

xvi. ANDERSON SINGLETON, b. December 05, 1869, Kings Mtn ,Ky; d. 1880.

 

 

29. ANN6 SINGLETON (DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 26, 1844, and died May 12, 1917. She married STEPHEN BLANKENSHIP May 08, 1857 in Lincoln Co , Ky, son of JAMES BLANKENSHIP and MARTHA WILLIAMS.

Children of ANN SINGLETON and STEPHEN BLANKENSHIP are:

i. WILLIAM DAVID7 BLANKENSHIP.

48. ii. MARY KATHRINE BLANKENSHIP, b. April 06, 1862; d. May 02, 1953.

49. iii. MAUDE BLANKENSHIP, b. 1883; d. 1978.

iv. PATSY BLANKENSHIP, b. September 15, 1865; m. ISOM VAUGHT.

50. v. ELIZA BLANKENSHIP, b. June 10, 1878.

 

 

30. SARAH6 SINGLETON (DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 02, 1857, and died October 02, 1896 in Lincoln Co. She married GRANVILLE L MURPHY July 21, 1872 in Lincoln Co KY, son of WILLIAM MURPHY and POLLY LEACH. He was born September 22, 1853, and died January 10, 1905 in Lincoln Co.

Children of SARAH SINGLETON and GRANVILLE MURPHY are:

51. i. WILLIAM7 MURPHY, b. March 27, 1875; d. April 07, 1947, Lincoln Co.

ii. WECIE MURPHY, b. 1892; d. 1921, Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn KY; m. CHRISTOPHER HORTON.

iii. ANNIE MURPHY, b. 1890; m. WILLIAM LEACH, 1910.

iv. AILENE MURPHY, b. 1883; m. MILFORD VAUGHT.

52. v. EDWARD MURPHY, b. January 20, 1878; d. November 09, 1934, Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn KY.

vi. JOHN MURPHY, b. 1874.

vii. SAMUEL MURPHY, b. 1879.

53. viii. LIZIE MURPHY.

 

 

31. JOSIAH6 SINGLETON (DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 07, 1850 in Lincoln Co, and died July 11, 1886 in Lincoln Co Ky. He married (1) LOUISE MURPHY, daughter of MAURICE MURPHY and SARAH WALL. She was born September 02, 1844, and died April 03, 1923. He married (2) LOUISA J. MURPHY January 26, 1870, daughter of MAURICE MURPHY and SARAH WALL. She was born September 02, 1844 in Lincoln County KY, and died April 03, 1923.

 

Notes for JOSIAH SINGLETON:

 

July 6- 13, 1886

Murder at 2:00 yesterday morning. Deputy J.S. Johnston & Henry Hester, delivered to Jailer Newland , David Glenn a negro accused of being an accomplice in the muder of Josiah Singleton, killed in Kings Mtn. Sunday afternoon.

Mr Hester discribed the killing as follows: He and another man were attracted to a number of negros, some 6 or 8 , running after Mr. Singleton and throwing rocks at him. He started to his assistance, but before he got to him, a negro had taken Singleton's pistol from him and shot him in the head.

Mr Hester succeeded in capturing the negro Glenn after shooting him in the back as he ran off.

Glen said he is from Alabama and that he is working for Contractor Squire who is arching the tunnel.

 

Singleton , the man killed, is the same man who cut out the intestines of a Mr Vaugh from which he died.

Glenn said Cary Inman, a negro from Knowville , was the man who did the killing and that his brother , Dan and another man was with him.

 

Singleton was a wild drinking man and it is supposed that he and the negros were on a big drunk.

Children of JOSIAH SINGLETON and LOUISE MURPHY are:

i. WILLIAM7 SINGLETON, b. 1872.

ii. BERBETTA SINGLETON, b. 1875.

iii. SARAH A. SINGLETON, b. 1876.

 

Children of JOSIAH SINGLETON and LOUISA MURPHY are:

iv. WILLAIM7 SINGLETON, b. 1872.

v. BERNETTA SINGLETON, b. 1875; m. JAMES SWINEY.

vi. SARAH A SINGLETON, b. 1876; m. MAJOR D SMITH.

 

 

32. NANCY JANE6 SINGLETON (DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 04, 1845 in Licoln County KY, and died November 09, 1913. She married (1) JONATHAN SINGLETON December 15, 1863. She married (2) JOHNATHAN SINGLETON December 15, 1863 in Lincoln Co, son of MOSES SINGLETON and ISABELLA LEACH. He was born 1831 in Lincoln County KY, and died December 20, 1907 in Lincoln County KY.

 

Notes for JOHNATHAN SINGLETON:

From Certificate of Disability for Discharged

Jonathan Singleton , 28 years, born in Lincoln Co., KY- 6ft tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair,

farmer, . Has been troubled with a crough for serveral months, has been entirely unable for duty. He was has not healthly when he enlisted Cumberland Gap, Tenn, July 3, 1862. Chronci Bronchitis.

From National Archive in Washington DC

Children of NANCY SINGLETON and JOHNATHAN SINGLETON are:

54. i. SUSAN A.7 SINGLETON, b. April 12, 1865; d. 1949, Double Springs Cem, Waynesburg, Ky.

ii. SARAH WOODY SINGLETON, b. May 02, 1867; m. ROBERT WARNER, December 08, 1885.

iii. MARY ALICE SINGLETON, b. May 01, 1869; d. May 03, 1937, Double Springs Cem, Waynesburg, Ky; m. WILLIAM LOGAN SINGLETON, August 30, 1892; b. September 15, 1867; d. August 17, 1945, Double Springs Cem, Waynesburg, Ky.

iv. MOSE VINCENT SINGLETON, b. February 1871.

v. TENIA SINGLETON, b. February 21, 1874.

vi. JULIA SINGLETON, b. March 17, 1876.

vii. FANNIE K. SINGLETON, b. April 09, 1880.

viii. JOHN F. SINGLETON, b. July 04, 1888.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

33. LAURA B7 FLOYD (RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born May 28, 1892, and died May 22, 1980 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. She married (1) JAMES HARVEY JENKINS, son of JOESPH JENKINS and ARMENTHIA SINGLETON. He was born October 25, 1890, and died July 10, 1946 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. She married (2) BUD SKIDMORE.

Children of LAURA FLOYD and JAMES JENKINS are:

55. i. LOLA JANE8 JENKINS, b. July 29, 1924, Lincoln County.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

34. JAMES H7 FLOYD (RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1879. He married MAUDE ROWLAND.

Children of JAMES FLOYD and MAUDE ROWLAND are:

i. CLIFFORD8 FLOYD.

ii. HERBERT FLOYD.

iii. VIGINNA FLOYD, m. HOMER HAGGARD.

iv. SADIE FLOYD, m. HOMER DENHAM.

v. DORA FLOYD, m. AMOS BROWN.

vi. JO ABBIE FLOYD, m. MR JONES.

 

 

35. MARY ELIZABETH7 FLOYD (RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1877. She married (1) WILLIAM PAYNE. She married (2) ROBERT ROWLAND.

Child of MARY FLOYD and WILLIAM PAYNE is:

i. HOMER8 PAYNE.

 

Children of MARY FLOYD and ROBERT ROWLAND are:

64. ii. ROXIE8 ROWLAND.

iii. ROY ROWLAND.

iv. BEULAH ROWLAND, m. DALE STULL.

v. JESSE ROWLAND.

 

 

36. CONELIA7 FLOYD (RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born 1875. She married (1) ARTHUR DUTCH GOOCH. She married (2) ARTHUR DUTCH GOOCH, son of REUBEN GOOCH and MARY BLANKENSHIP.

Children of CONELIA FLOYD and ARTHUR GOOCH are:

i. VADA8 GOOCH, m. ZORA SLUDER.

ii. REBA GOOCH.

iii. GRACIE GOOCH.

65. iv. AGNES GOOCH.

v. OREN GOOCH.

 

 

37. VEET7 FLOYD (RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born January 01, 1885. He married (1) ROBERTA PADGETT. He married (2) ROBERTA PADGETT, daughter of HENDERSON PADGETT and LUCY JEFFRIES. She was born October 05, 1898.

Children of VEET FLOYD and ROBERTA PADGETT are:

i. KATHLEEN8 FLOYD.

ii. CARL FLOYD.

iii. OLIVE J FLOYD.

iv. VETA FLOYD.

v. JOSEPH FLOYD.

vi. JACKIE FLOYD.

vii. JUNE FLOYD.

 

 

38. JOSIAH7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 19, 1884 in Ky, and died November 23, 1933 in Lincoln County KY. He married RUTH DEATHRIDGE September 25, 1903.

Children of JOSIAH SINGLETON and RUTH DEATHRIDGE are:

i. LESTER8 SINGLETON.

ii. J.C. SINGLETON.

iii. JAMES SINGLETON.

iv. CLYDE SINGLETON.

v. LILLIAN SINGLETON.

vi. EUNICE SINGLETON.

 

 

39. WILLIAM MARTIN7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 01, 1876 in Ky, and died February 22, 1932 in Lincoln County KY. He married NANCY HOUP December 11, 1898 in Lincoln Co. She was born 1879, and died September 18, 1948.

Children of WILLIAM SINGLETON and NANCY HOUP are:

i. SADIE8 SINGLETON, b. January 13, 1900; d. August 04, 1980; m. VAN SINGLETON.

ii. ODIS SINGLETON, b. January 13, 1900.

iii. LILA SINGLETON, b. September 10, 1901; d. February 05, 1981; m. CLOYD J LEIGH.

iv. OLLIE SINGLETON, b. September 10, 1901; d. June 07, 1981; m. BESSIE MCCOLLUM.

66. v. REBECCA SINGLETON, b. October 08, 1903; d. November 18, 1987, Mi.

67. vi. VERNON SINGLETON, b. December 25, 1905; d. June 27, 1955.

68. vii. LOLA SINGLETON, b. February 11, 1910.

69. viii. BRUCE SINGLETON, b. July 26, 1913.

70. ix. SHELDON SINGLETON, b. June 11, 1916, Kings Mtn ,Ky; d. July 05, 1995, Allen Park, Wayne Mi.

71. x. CARL E. SINGLETON, b. September 11, 1918; d. January 07, 1972, Gibraltar Mi.

 

 

40. MAYME7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 23, 1898 in Lincoln County KY, and died July 11, 1954 in Waynesburg, KY. She married JONAS TAYLOR, son of GEORGE TAYLOR and MARY MCKENIZE. He was born September 25, 1890, and died July 14, 1958.

Children of MAYME SINGLETON and JONAS TAYLOR are:

72. i. WILMA8 TAYLOR, d. 1972.

73. ii. COY TAYLOR, b. September 25, 1918, Kings Mtn ,Ky; d. July 08, 1998, EAgle Point, Jackson Or.

74. iii. LOIS TAYLOR TAYLOR, b. August 21, 1921.

75. iv. MARJORIE MAVIS TAYLOR, b. August 06, 1923.

76. v. VIVIAN LENORA TAYLOR, b. July 24, 1926, Waynesburg, Ky; d. May 25, 1995, Lexington ,Ky.

vi. JONAS MCKENZIE TAYLOR, b. July 16, 1929, Kings Mtn ,Ky; m. DEBORAH RIGGS, December 04, 1976; b. December 18, 1953, York, Pa.

77. vii. MARY LOU TAYLOR, b. June 28, 1940.

 

 

41. BESSIE ANN7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 14, 1888 in Lincoln County KY, and died 1966 in Lincoln County KY. She married JAMES PETER TAYLOR August 31, 1908 in Stanford, KY. He was born 1888 in Mt Vernon, Ky, and died 1961.

Children of BESSIE SINGLETON and JAMES TAYLOR are:

78. i. HARAN8 SINGLETON, b. May 13, 1907, Waynesburg, Ky.

79. ii. RAY ALBERT TAYLOR, b. October 28, 1910, Waynesburg, Ky; d. October 1988, Kings Mtn ,Ky.

iii. MARY KATHLEEN TAYLOR, b. May 10, 1913.

iv. SYLVESTER TAYLOR, b. September 28, 1920.

 

 

42. MARY MAGELINE "MAGGIE"7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 02, 1882 in Ky, and died 1906 in Lincoln County KY. She married DAILY HUTCHISON March 08, 1905 in Lincoln Co, son of TIM W. HUTCHISON. He was born February 25, 1884, and died January 29, 1908 in Highland, Kentucky.

 

Notes for MARY MAGELINE "MAGGIE" SINGLETON:

On January 1, 1906, Maggie Singleton Hutchinson died, Maggie gave birth to a child after a short marriage of ten months. It was a baby boy, but he did not live due to birth injuries. Maggie lived only 3 days after giving birth. She never regained consciousness. She was placed beside her baby boy that she never had the privileged to hold.

She had been ill some time with Kidney trouble.

 

Notes for DAILY HUTCHISON:

On the 8th while setting in their buggy and while the rain was coming down, Mr Daily Hutchison of Stanford , and Miss Maggie Singleton, of Kingsville, were made one at Highland by Rev J.M. Cook.

 

 

Child of MARY SINGLETON and DAILY HUTCHISON is:

i. BABY BOY8 HUTCHISON, b. December 1905, Lincoln County KY; d. December 1905, Lincoln County KY.

 

 

43. MARTHA ELIZABETH "MATTIE"7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 1879, and died May 09, 1944 in Lincoln County KY. She married (1) STEVE REYNOLDS. She married (2) CICIRO GOOCH February 12, 1904 in Lincoln Co. He was born 1864.

 

Notes for MARTHA ELIZABETH "MATTIE" SINGLETON:

Mattie was first engaged to a younbg man named Tecumsah Watters, who was killed in a fight at Kingsville in front of the saloon on Christmas Day 1900.

Mattie second engagement was to a young man that died from T.B. She met Cicero Gooch about one year later. He was a much older man. Cicero owned a general store in Waynesburg, as well as a hotel.

Cicero was married 4 time and 3 of his wives had the name Mattie.

 

Notes for CICIRO GOOCH:

Cicero was married 4 times, 3 of them died of Typoid fever. He and Mattie ran a boarding house in Kings Mtn. They had no children of they own, but adopted Effie Jenkins daughter of Joe and Armintha Jenkins.

 

Mattie refused to live where Cicero and his former wives had lived. She decided that the water was unhealthly and was the cause of death of the other wives

Cicero had an artifical leg from his knee down. He went to sleep on a train and when he awoke the train was pulling out of the station where he was supposed to get off. He ran to the door and jumped off but one of his legs went under the train.

Child of MARTHA SINGLETON and CICIRO GOOCH is:

i. EFFIE D8 JENKINS, b. 1902.

 

 

44. LOUANNA7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 14, 1878 in Ky, and died January 23, 1957. She married ED CAREY October 25, 1903 in Kings Mtn, Ky, son of SAMUEL CAREY and FANNIE ISABELL. He was born September 26, 1878 in Kings Mtn ,Ky, and died August 21, 1937 in Dayton Ohio.

Children of LOUANNA SINGLETON and ED CAREY are:

80. i. CLIFFORD MARION8 CAREY, b. August 08, 1904, Kings Mtn ,Ky; d. February 10, 2000, Granville , Licking , Ohio.

81. ii. JOESPH JEFFERSON CAREY, b. March 20, 1913, Lexington, KY; d. February 08, 1981, Dayton Ohio.

 

 

45. ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 07, 1872 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died November 07, 1908 in Kings Mtn. She married JOESPH G JENKINS, son of WILLIAM JENKINS and TEMPA BAUGH. He was born January 08, 1862 in Lincoln County, and died March 09, 1956 in buried in Lincoln Co Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn.

Children of ARMENTHIA SINGLETON and JOESPH JENKINS are:

82. i. JAMES HARVEY8 JENKINS, b. October 25, 1890; d. July 10, 1946, Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

46. MAURICE JUDGE7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born December 05, 1869 in Kings Mtn ky, and died May 04, 1951 in Detroit MI. He married MARTHA BETTIE LEE October 10, 1889 in Casey Co. Ky, daughter of ROBERT LEE and HARRIET CLARKSON. She was born February 06, 1874 in Liberty,Casey Co KY, and died October 25, 1945 in Detroit Mi.

Children of MAURICE SINGLETON and MARTHA LEE are:

88. i. JOHN ROBERT8 SINGLETON, b. October 21, 1890, Kings Mtn ky; d. October 29, 1959, Detroit Mi.

ii. WILLIAM SINGLETON.

iii. ETTA SINGLETON, b. September 09, 1895; d. March 01, 1975, River View, Wayne Co, MI; m. (1) GROVER WATTS; m. (2) ROBERT HATFIELD.

iv. ROSE LILIAN SINGLETON, b. December 23, 1896; d. October 31, 1980, Clear Water Fl; m. LOYD BURTON, December 23, 1914.

v. BESSIE ANN SINGLETON, b. October 23, 1898; m. BAILEY P DAVIS, January 02, 1917.

vi. FLOSSIE MAE SINGLETON, b. June 15, 1900; d. July 12, 1981, Waynes Co Mi; m. WILLIAM AMBROSE BURTON.

vii. MATTIE FRANCES SINGLETON, b. October 02, 1902, Kings Mtn ky; d. July 03, 1981, pontica Mich, Oakland co; m. (1) FRANCIS J. O'DWYER, 1937; m. (2) VORICE M BUYS, November 02, 1938, Angola Ind.

viii. BERTHA SINGLETON, b. 1907.

ix. JAMES CARL SINGLETON, b. February 06, 1905.

x. ESTHER EVALEEN SINGLETON, b. February 11, 1910; d. July 05, 1978, Waynes Co Ind; m. (1) VERNOR B WRIGHT; m. (2) ARTHUR D. POWERS.

xi. MARIE SINGLETON, b. 1937; m. (1) WILLIAM EDWARDS; m. (2) JOHN KOLOSIS.

xii. CHESTER MAURICE SINGLETON, b. Kings Mtn ky; d. January 24, 1978, London Ky; m. (1) MARGARET DEVS; m. (2) MOLLY SIZEMORE, April 13, 1964.

 

 

47. DAVID ANTHONY7 SINGLETON (JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 1868, and died 1928 in Kings Mtn ,Ky. He married SAMIRA H JENKINS December 31, 1885 in Lincoln Co Ky, daughter of WILLIAM JENKINS and TEMPA BAUGH. She was born 1868.

Children of DAVID SINGLETON and SAMIRA JENKINS are:

89. i. IRA COLLIS8 SINGLETON, b. May 30, 1901, Kings Mtn ky.

90. ii. ROXIE SINGLETON, b. 1905.

91. iii. OLIVER SINGLETON.

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

93. v. JESSE SINGLETON, b. 1903.

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

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

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

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

 

 

48. MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP (ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 06, 1862, and died May 02, 1953. She married REUBEN GOOCH. He was born February 22, 1855, and died June 17, 1938.

Children of MARY BLANKENSHIP and REUBEN GOOCH are:

97. i. WALTER8 GOOCH.

98. ii. LIZZIE GOOCH.

99. iii. ANNIE GOOCH.

100. iv. ARTHUR DUTCH GOOCH.

101. v. MARTIN GOOCH, b. April 16, 1887.

102. vi. LUTHER GOOCH.

 

 

49. MAUDE7 BLANKENSHIP (ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1883, and died 1978. She married MORRIS WALLS. He was born 1878, and died 1965.

Children of MAUDE BLANKENSHIP and MORRIS WALLS are:

103. i. OLLIE8 WALLS.

ii. CHRISTINE WALLS.

iii. ODA WALLS.

 

 

50. ELIZA7 BLANKENSHIP (ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born June 10, 1878. She married (1) JOHN HART. She married (2) GEROGE WOODIE.

Children of ELIZA BLANKENSHIP and JOHN HART are:

i. CLAUDE8 HART.

ii. MARION HART.

iii. EUGENE HART.

 

 

51. WILLIAM7 MURPHY (SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 27, 1875, and died April 07, 1947 in Lincoln Co. He married CLARA HORTON October 02, 1895 in Lincoln Co.

Children of WILLIAM MURPHY and CLARA HORTON are:

i. VERON8 MURPHY, b. 1912.

ii. SAXON MURPHY, b. 1901.

iii. THELMA MURPHY, b. 1904.

iv. ETNA MURPHY, b. 1906.

v. TROY MURPHY, b. 1908.

vi. RALPH MURPHY, b. 1915.

vii. HAZEL MURPHY, b. 1918.

 

 

52. EDWARD7 MURPHY (SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 20, 1878, and died November 09, 1934 in Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn KY. He married (1) ELIZA WALL. He married (2) LOUISA WALL April 09, 1899 in Lincoln Co, daughter of ELLIS WALL and PERMELIN MURPHY. She was born March 16, 1882, and died December 05, 1938 in Pleasant Point Cem Kings Mtn KY.

Children of EDWARD MURPHY and ELIZA WALL are:

i. MICHAEL8 MURPHY.

ii. CARL MURPHY.

iii. GROVER MURPHY.

iv. JOE MURPHY.

 

Children of EDWARD MURPHY and LOUISA WALL are:

104. v. DORTHY8 MURPHY, b. June 16, 1900.

vi. SURGIS MURPHY, b. January 27, 1903; d. May 24, 1904.

vii. CHARLES DAVID MURPHY, b. February 10, 1905; d. August 29, 1910.

105. viii. CARL ESTILL MURPHY, b. August 20, 1910; d. April 11, 1936.

ix. JOSEPH DORN MURPHY, b. September 03, 1913.

106. x. MIKE CURTIS MURPHY, b. December 04, 1919.

xi. EDWARD GROVER MURPHY, b. 1922.

 

 

53. LIZIE7 MURPHY (SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) She married COLONEL LOVELACE.

Child of LIZIE MURPHY and COLONEL LOVELACE is:

i. OLDIE8 LOVELACE, m. WALTER PREVIETT.

 

Notes for WALTER PREVIETT:

Brother to Lucian Privett

 

 

54. SUSAN A.7 SINGLETON (NANCY JANE6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 12, 1865, and died 1949 in Double Springs Cem, Waynesburg, Ky. She married HENRY CALDWELL. He was born 1858 in Lincoln County KY, and died 1931.

Children of SUSAN SINGLETON and HENRY CALDWELL are:

i. JAMES DANIEL8 CALDWELL, b. February 14, 1881.

ii. DAVID CALDWELL, b. August 21, 1882.

iii. SARAL LOU CALDWELL, b. May 26, 1885.

iv. HATTIE CALDWELL, b. June 11, 1888.

v. BESSIE CALDWELL, b. May 07, 1891.

vi. OMA CALDWELL, b. April 29, 1894.

vii. NAYETTA CALDWELL, b. November 24, 1897.

viii. CARRIE CALDWELL, b. April 11, 1904.

ix. EVA CALDWELL, b. February 28, 1901.

x. RACHAEL CALDWELL, b. September 20, 1906.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

55. LOLA JANE8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born July 29, 1924 in Lincoln County. She married CHARLES ROBERT "HUB" HUBBARD 1942 in Kings Mtn, son of HENRY HUBBARD and DOLLY HICKS. He was born May 25, 1922 in Pulaski County, and died May 25, 2008 in Lincoln co ky.

Children of LOLA JENKINS and CHARLES HUBBARD are:

107. i. WILLIAM ROBERT9 HUBBARD, b. July 28, 1943, Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky.

108. ii. DEANNA HUBBARD, b. January 22, 1945.

iii. CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD, b. January 19, 1947, Kings Mtn ky; d. June 22, 1947, Kings Mtn ky.

 

Notes for CHARLES DUANE HUBBARD:

Born at the Davenport farm at Kings Mtn on the Duncan Road, delivered by

Dr. Williams and another Dr. Born with cord around his neck. Duane died by fallen between the

bed and wal and choke to death.

 

109. iv. LANNY ROY HUBBARD, b. March 18, 1949, Kings Mtn Ky.

110. v. RITA MAE HUBBARD, b. January 07, 1951, Hall Gap.

 

 

56. ORVILLE8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born November 25, 1911, and died April 13, 1940 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. He married MARY KATHRINE ROGERS 1932, daughter of WILIAM ROGERS and PEACHIE TERRY. She was born September 17, 1919.

Children of ORVILLE JENKINS and MARY ROGERS are:

111. i. SILVIA9 JENKINS, b. August 25, 1937.

112. ii. BETTY JENKINS, b. March 29, 1936.

113. iii. NAOMI JENKINS, b. November 16, 1940, Stanford, ky.

 

 

57. JULIA8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born July 03, 1913. She married ARAD KEITH CALDWELL December 1930, son of ARAD CALDWELL and MILDRED SWEENEY. He was born September 14, 1912 in Waynesburg, KY, and died August 29, 1991 in Waynesburg, KY.

 

Notes for ARAD KEITH CALDWELL:

He inherited his father,, the doctor's house, he was a cattleman and made his living dealing cattle, It is believed tha his father in law , James Harvery Jenkins gto him started in the Business.

He suffered a stoke sometimes in the 1970's which affected his speech.

Children of JULIA JENKINS and ARAD CALDWELL are:

114. i. FREEMAN9 CALDWELL.

115. ii. MARSTON CALDWELL.

116. iii. JERRY CALDWELL.

iv. GARY CALDWELL.

v. RICHARD CALDWELL.

 

 

58. ESTILL8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born May 28, 1915, and died April 19, 1999 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. He married VIRGINA PIKE December 12, 1936, daughter of JACOB PIKE and MOLLIE HUBBARD. She was born 1920.

Child of ESTILL JENKINS and VIRGINA PIKE is:

i. BABY9 JENKINS, b. June 22, 1937; d. June 22, 1937, Lincoln Co.

 

 

59. RALPH8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born December 11, 1916, and died in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. He married MARIE WATTS October 10, 1936.

Children of RALPH JENKINS and MARIE WATTS are:

i. SHIRLEY9 JENKINS.

ii. EDDIE JENKINS.

iii. ELAINE JENKINS.

iv. CAROL JENKINS.

v. JANET JENKINS.

vi. PHYLLIS JENKINS.

vii. DARRELL JENKINS.

117. viii. PAULETTE JENKINS, b. February 05, 1950, Stanford, ky.

 

 

60. JOHN A8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born July 11, 1921. He married ABERTA ADAMS January 11, 1946.

Child of JOHN JENKINS and ABERTA ADAMS is:

118. i. JOHN H.9 JENKINS, b. November 10, 1946.

 

 

61. WILLIAM JACKSON8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born February 27, 1921. He married LILLIAN MURPHY October 10, 1946.

Children of WILLIAM JENKINS and LILLIAN MURPHY are:

119. i. DANNY9 JENKINS, b. September 02, 1946; d. October 27, 1977.

120. ii. LARRY JENKINS, b. April 26, 1948.

iii. MICHAEL JENKINS, b. July 30, 1949.

121. iv. JEFFREY JENKINS, b. October 10, 1950.

122. v. JOSEPH EUGENE JENKINS, b. January 28, 1954.

123. vi. DEBRA JENKINS, b. August 16, 1958.

vii. CHERYL JENKINS, b. January 13, 1965; m. CARL MASON.

 

 

62. LEONA8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born August 27, 1929. She married PRESTON DUNHAM 1944.

Children of LEONA JENKINS and PRESTON DUNHAM are:

i. BEVERLY9 DUNHAM.

ii. JENNIFER DUNHAM.

iii. PAUL DUNHAM.

iv. MARK DUNHAM.

v. ROBERT DUNHAM.

vi. TIMMY DUNHAM.

vii. KEVIN DUNHAM.

124. viii. BONITA DUNHAM, b. January 29, 1958.

 

 

63. RUTH8 JENKINS (LAURA B7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) was born December 11, 1927. She married ERNEST VESTER WALLS January 20, 1945. He was born August 09, 1927 in Walltown, Ky Casey co., and died October 08, 1982.

Children of RUTH JENKINS and ERNEST WALLS are:

125. i. JUDY KAY9 WALLS, b. February 29, 1948, Stanford, ky.

126. ii. BRENDA WALLS, b. July 03, 1950.

127. iii. LORETTA FAY WALLS, b. March 08, 1954, Danville Ky.

 

 

64. ROXIE8 ROWLAND (MARY ELIZABETH7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) She married ? MILNER.

Children of ROXIE ROWLAND and ? MILNER are:

i. MAXINE9 MILNER.

ii. IMOGENE MILNER.

iii. FLOYD MILNER.

 

 

65. AGNES8 GOOCH (CONELIA7 FLOYD, RANEY M6, BENJAMIN JULIAN5, MATTHEW4, ABRAHAM3, MATTHEW2, MR.1) She married DELMAR SPANGLER.

Child of AGNES GOOCH and DELMAR SPANGLER is:

128. i. DANNY9 SPANGLER.

 

 

66. REBECCA8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 08, 1903, and died November 18, 1987 in Mi. She married CECIL BARNETT April 05, 1923, son of JOHN BARNETT and FLORENCE SAYLOR.

Children of REBECCA SINGLETON and CECIL BARNETT are:

129. i. THELMA9 BARNETT, b. November 10, 1924.

130. ii. LEON BARNETT, b. January 02, 1930.

 

 

67. VERNON8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born December 25, 1905, and died June 27, 1955. He married ANNA ROBINSON. She was born 1905.

Children of VERNON SINGLETON and ANNA ROBINSON are:

i. BRUCE9 SINGLETON.

ii. CARL SINGLETON.

iii. SADIE SINGLETON.

 

 

68. LOLA8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 11, 1910. She married OTTO JR LONG, son of OTTO LONG and LULA FAITH. He was born November 11, 1906, and died 1937.

Children of LOLA SINGLETON and OTTO LONG are:

131. i. DOLORES MAE9 LONG, b. July 12, 1931.

132. ii. DONALD EUGENE LONG, b. March 08, 1936; d. May 14, 1975.

 

 

69. BRUCE8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 26, 1913. He married MARTHA SPEARS.

Children of BRUCE SINGLETON and MARTHA SPEARS are:

i. SADIE SUE9 SINGLETON.

ii. LINDA SINGLETON.

 

 

70. SHELDON8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born June 11, 1916 in Kings Mtn ,Ky, and died July 05, 1995 in Allen Park, Wayne Mi. He married NAOMI MURIEL MORGAN October 09, 1939 in Stanford, KY, daughter of ALVA MORGAN and FLORENCE WALLS.

Children of SHELDON SINGLETON and NAOMI MORGAN are:

i. SHIRLEY GENE9 SINGLETON, b. May 05, 1941.

ii. GARY SHELDON SINGLETON, b. November 01, 1945.

 

 

71. CARL E.8 SINGLETON (WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 11, 1918, and died January 07, 1972 in Gibraltar Mi. He married MARTINEE ?. She was born Abt. 1923, and died July 25, 1984 in Mich Memorial Flat Rock, MI.

Children of CARL SINGLETON and MARTINEE ? are:

i. MICHAEL9 SINGLETON.

ii. KENNETH SINGLETON.

iii. SHELBY SINGLETON.

 

 

72. WILMA8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) died 1972. She married ROBERT LEPIEW.

Children of WILMA TAYLOR and ROBERT LEPIEW are:

i. ROBERT9 LEPIEW.

ii. SUSAN LEPIEW.

 

 

73. COY8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 25, 1918 in Kings Mtn ,Ky, and died July 08, 1998 in EAgle Point, Jackson Or. He married DORIS ROSELIE LOCKWOOD, daughter of CHARLES LOCKWOOD and AGNES WILSON. She was born March 07, 1922.

Child of COY TAYLOR and DORIS LOCKWOOD is:

i. STEPHEN9 TAYLOR, b. August 16, 1941; m. LINDA SUE.

 

 

74. LOIS TAYLOR8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 21, 1921. She married CHESTER MIRACLE, son of C. MIRACLE and NANCY DURHAM. He was born September 01, 1912 in Stanford, ky, and died October 20, 1975.

Child of LOIS TAYLOR and CHESTER MIRACLE is:

i. NANCY JANE9 MIRACLE, b. August 24, 1960; m. THADDIUS CASSDAY, August 18, 1979.

 

 

75. MARJORIE MAVIS8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 06, 1923. She married LEON MAIZE LAMBERT September 27, 1946. He was born July 05, 1921 in Kirksville, Adair, Mo.

Child of MARJORIE TAYLOR and LEON LAMBERT is:

133. i. DARRELL9 LAMBERT, b. November 19, 1963, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Cal.

 

 

76. VIVIAN LENORA8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 24, 1926 in Waynesburg, Ky, and died May 25, 1995 in Lexington ,Ky. She married DONALD RAY November 29, 1952 in Cincinnati, Ohio, son of MILAS RAY and MARY YOUNG. He was born December 27, 1922 in Oneida, TN.

Children of VIVIAN TAYLOR and DONALD RAY are:

i. GEORGE9 RAY, b. October 16, 1961.

ii. MICHELLE RAY, b. August 28, 1965.

iii. ROBERT JEFFREY RAY.

 

 

77. MARY LOU8 TAYLOR (MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born June 28, 1940. She married ROBERT DUFF November 19, 1960 in Halls Gap Lincoln Co KY, son of EARL DUFF and EULA SANDLIN. He was born June 24, 1940 in Waynesburg, Ky.

Children of MARY TAYLOR and ROBERT DUFF are:

134. i. ROBERT EARL9 DUFF, b. October 25, 1961.

ii. PAUL EDWARD DUFF, b. November 22, 1964.

iii. DARRIN KEITH DUFF, b. October 05, 1972.

 

 

78. HARAN8 SINGLETON (BESSIE ANN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 13, 1907 in Waynesburg, Ky. He married LOUISE MASTERS.

Child of HARAN SINGLETON and LOUISE MASTERS is:

i. LEO9 SINGLETON.

 

 

79. RAY ALBERT8 TAYLOR (BESSIE ANN7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 28, 1910 in Waynesburg, Ky, and died October 1988 in Kings Mtn ,Ky. He married ETHEL JANIE MITCHELL November 03, 1934 in Kings Mtn, Ky. She was born October 14, 1916 in Waynesburg, Ky, and died March 1994 in Kings Mtn ,Ky.

Children of RAY TAYLOR and ETHEL MITCHELL are:

i. CHARLES RAY9 TAYLOR, b. September 02, 1935, Waynesburg, Ky; d. 1974, Waynesburg, Ky; m. LUCILLE CLARK, October 12, 1964, Waynesburg, Ky.

ii. JANICE MOLLENE TAYLOR, b. February 02, 1939; d. January 06, 1981; m. GLEN C BURTON, October 28, 1967.

iii. PHYLLIS JEAN TAYLOR, b. March 18, 1940; m. DONALD PADGETT, October 30, 1959.

iv. MARILYN JUNE TAYLOR, b. September 02, 1943; m. BENNY WINFORD CALFEE, August 11, 1963.

 

 

80. CLIFFORD MARION8 CAREY (LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 08, 1904 in Kings Mtn ,Ky, and died February 10, 2000 in Granville , Licking , Ohio. He married MARION E BAUGH December 25, 1925, daughter of WILLIAM EBAUGH and EDNA HARRINGTON. She was born May 02, 1906 in Salt Lake City, Ut.

Children of CLIFFORD CAREY and MARION BAUGH are:

135. i. RICHARD MARION9 CAREY, b. September 30, 1927.

136. ii. DONALD EDWARD CAREY, b. October 25, 1928, Waukegan, Lake, IL.

 

 

81. JOESPH JEFFERSON8 CAREY (LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 20, 1913 in Lexington, KY, and died February 08, 1981 in Dayton Ohio. He married DOROTHY MAE HUESMAN August 13, 1938 in Montgomery Ohio. She was born February 25, 1916 in Montgomery, Ohio.

Children of JOESPH CAREY and DOROTHY HUESMAN are:

137. i. PAUL CLIFFORD9 CAREY, b. March 07, 1942, Dayton Ohio.

138. ii. WILLIAM EDWARD CAREY, b. January 24, 1945, Dayton Ohio.

139. iii. MARQUERITE PATRICIA CAREY, b. September 17, 1954, Dayton Ohio.

 

 

82. JAMES HARVEY8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 25, 1890, and died July 10, 1946 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem. He married LAURA B FLOYD, daughter of RANEY FLOYD and LUCY TRIMBLE. She was born May 28, 1892, and died May 22, 1980 in Kings Mtn buried in Pleasant Point Cem.

Children are listed above under (33) Laura B Floyd.

 

83. CORA JENKINS8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 15, 1892, and died April 19, 1964. She married ALLEN GREEN COKER. He was born November 12, 1868, and died April 20, 1940.

Children of CORA JENKINS and ALLEN COKER are:

i. JACK9 COKER.

ii. HELEN COKER.

iii. OPAL COKER.

iv. MARGARET COKER.

v. JOSEPHINE COKER.

vi. L.G. COKER.

 

 

84. CHARLES8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 10, 1905, and died February 1994 in Somerset Ky. He married (1) BETTY BAIRD. He married (2) MARY ADAMS.

Children of CHARLES JENKINS and BETTY BAIRD are:

140. i. BETTY LOU9 JENKINS, b. May 14, 1927.

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

 

Child of CHARLES JENKINS and MARY ADAMS is:

141. iii. FRANCIS ARMINTHA9 JENKINS, b. July 28, 1935.

 

 

85. EMMA8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 14, 1900 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died June 05, 1978 in Ludlow, Ky. She married JOHN BOKLIN 1919, son of NICHOLAS BOLKIN and EMMA HAUSTETTER. He was born September 19, 1893 in Ludlow, Ky, and died March 13, 1978 in Ludlow, Ky.

Child of EMMA JENKINS and JOHN BOKLIN is:

142. i. JOHN JOSEPH9 BOKLIN, b. January 21, 1920.

 

 

86. WILLIAM HERBERT8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 20, 1898 in Kings Mtn Ky, and died January 18, 1960 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married MYTLE SIMS March 18, 1918, daughter of ZIFF SIMS and LOUCYANA WALL.

Children of WILLIAM JENKINS and MYTLE SIMS are:

143. i. OTTIS9 JENKINS, b. January 22, 1921.

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

87. SALLY8 JENKINS (ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 21, 1894, and died August 02, 1966. She married CHARLES COKER. He was born June 27, 1890 in Madison County, ky, and died April 02, 1941.

Children of SALLY JENKINS and CHARLES COKER are:

i. NANNIE LOUISE9 COKER, b. December 05, 1919.

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

88. JOHN ROBERT8 SINGLETON (MAURICE JUDGE7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 21, 1890 in Kings Mtn ky, and died October 29, 1959 in Detroit Mi. He married (1) STELLA LORETTA BROWN August 13, 1921. She was born January 20, 1904 in Hasting Co Ont, Canada, and died December 18, 1949 in Detroit Mi. He married (2) MARY A EASTON August 30, 1950.

Children of JOHN SINGLETON and STELLA BROWN are:

i. MILDRED MAY9 SINGLETON, b. May 28, 1922; m. CLARENCE H KING, January 13, 1944.

ii. JOHN JR SINGLETON, b. February 09, 1925; m. (1) BARBARA NORTHUP, November 14, 1945, Camp Lee , VA; m. (2) JULIA REAGAN, August 01, 1949, Cooke Co Texas; m. (3) JULIA MARIE LAPERE, August 29, 1954, Angola Ind.

iii. BERNICE ILENE SINGLETON, b. May 15, 1926; d. November 16, 1980; m. (1) LYLE E EVOE, March 08, 1947, Detroit Mi; m. (2) AUBREY LEE EARGLE, August 16, 1978, Oakland Co Mi.

 

 

89. IRA COLLIS8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 30, 1901 in Kings Mtn ky. He married MARY WILCHER 1932, daughter of GARY WILCHER and MARTHA. She was born July 01, 1911.

Child of IRA SINGLETON and MARY WILCHER is:

149. i. CORRINE9 SINGLETON, b. 1934, South Fork < KY.

 

 

90. ROXIE8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1905. She married CECIL FOSTER.

Children of ROXIE SINGLETON and CECIL FOSTER are:

150. i. CECIL JR9 FOSTER, b. September 30, 1926.

ii. WILLARD FOSTER.

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

iv. WILLIAM FOSTER.

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

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

 

 

91. OLIVER8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married BERTHA DYE, daughter of JIM DYE.

Children of OLIVER SINGLETON and BERTHA DYE are:

i. VIOLA9 SINGLETON.

ii. NONA SINGLETON.

 

 

92. IDA FLORENCE8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 01, 1897, and died May 31, 1974. She married CHARLES CAIN.

Children of IDA SINGLETON and CHARLES CAIN are:

i. VIRGINIA9 CAIN.

ii. MARIE CAIN.

iii. GERTRUDE CAIN.

 

 

93. JESSE8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born 1903. He married VIOLA FARRIS.

Children of JESSE SINGLETON and VIOLA FARRIS are:

i. JESSE JR9 SINGLETON.

ii. THELMA SINGLETON.

 

 

94. LULA8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born June 21, 1910 in Lincoln County KY. She married (1) NOEL TRIMBLE May 29, 1926 in Lincoln Co, son of PERRY TRIMBLE and DELITHA LEACH. He was born February 25, 1901 in South Fork , KY, and died March 10, 1967 in Ludlow, Ky. She married (2) GEROGE CALFEE May 13, 1969, son of WALTER CALFEE and RITTER ADAMS. He was born June 07, 1901 in Letcher Co Ky, and died April 26, 1982.

Children of LULA SINGLETON and NOEL TRIMBLE are:

i. EDNA LORENE9 TRIMBLE, b. May 08, 1925; m. CHESTER ALLEN HENRY, 1942.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 

95. ELLA8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 18, 1887, and died 1956. She married HARVEY DISHON.

Children of ELLA SINGLETON and HARVEY DISHON are:

152. i. SAMUEL9 DISHON.

153. ii. SERGUS DISHON.

154. iii. AGNES MARIE DISHON.

iv. WILMA DISHON.

155. v. ADA DISHON.

156. vi. VIRGINIA DISHON.

157. vii. MILDRED DISHON.

viii. CECIL DISHON.

ix. LEONA DISHON.

 

 

96. EVA MAY8 SINGLETON (DAVID ANTHONY7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 05, 1891, and died October 27, 1918. She married CHARLES CHAMBERS.

Children of EVA SINGLETON and CHARLES CHAMBERS are:

i. ROY9 CHAMBERS, m. VIRGINIA GARRETT.

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

 

 

97. WALTER8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married UNK.

Children of WALTER GOOCH and UNK are:

159. i. ZELLA9 GOOCH.

ii. ARNOLD GOOCH.

iii. LOUIE GOOCH.

iv. LEO GOOCH.

 

 

98. LIZZIE8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) She married UNK WRIGHT.

Child of LIZZIE GOOCH and UNK WRIGHT is:

i. RAYMOND9 WRIGHT.

 

 

99. ANNIE8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) She married UNK LEWIS.

Children of ANNIE GOOCH and UNK LEWIS are:

i. MARY KATHRINE9 LEWIS.

ii. MARGARET ANN LEWIS, m. ROBERT DUNN.

 

 

100. ARTHUR DUTCH8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married CONELIA FLOYD, daughter of RANEY FLOYD and LUCY TRIMBLE. She was born 1875.

Children are listed above under (36) Conelia Floyd.

 

101. MARTIN8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 16, 1887.

Child of MARTIN GOOCH is:

i. ALBERT9 GOOCH.

 

 

102. LUTHER8 GOOCH (MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1)

Children of LUTHER GOOCH are:

i. HERBERT9 GOOCH.

ii. ETHEL GOOCH, m. DAVIL LASWELL.

iii. LENA GOOCH.

iv. ELIZABETH GOOCH, m. ALONZO GREEN.

 

 

103. OLLIE8 WALLS (MAUDE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married GANIEL WILSON.

Children of OLLIE WALLS and GANIEL WILSON are:

160. i. MORRIS LEE9 WALLS.

ii. RONALD WALLS.

iii. PATRICIA WALLS.

 

 

104. DORTHY8 MURPHY (EDWARD7, SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born June 16, 1900. She married WORTH JOHNSON.

Children of DORTHY MURPHY and WORTH JOHNSON are:

i. CHARLES HARON9 JOHNSON, b. January 07, 1921.

161. ii. WILBUR ALLEN JOHNSON, b. August 15, 1922.

iii. LINDA JOHNSON, b. December 01, 1939.

 

 

105. CARL ESTILL8 MURPHY (EDWARD7, SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 20, 1910, and died April 11, 1936. He married BELUH MCMULLEN April 11, 1936.

Child of CARL MURPHY and BELUH MCMULLEN is:

i. PATRICIAN ANN9 MURPHY, b. June 26, 1937; m. RICHARD SCHLOSSER.

 

 

106. MIKE CURTIS8 MURPHY (EDWARD7, SARAH6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born December 04, 1919. He married HELENA SEARS.

Child of MIKE MURPHY and HELENA SEARS is:

i. CARRY9 MURPHY, m. BEVERLY REYNOLDS.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

107. WILLIAM ROBERT9 HUBBARD (LOLA JANE9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 28, 1943 in Lincoln Co (Kings MTn) Ky. He married FEONA JANE CARIEL July 03, 1965 in Elgin Ill. She was born in Elgin Ill.

Children of WILLIAM HUBBARD and FEONA CARIEL are:

162. i. BRIAN ROBERT10 HUBBARD, b. October 03, 1966.

163. ii. CRAIG ROY HUBBARD, b. February 17, 1971.

 

 

108. DEANNA9 HUBBARD (LOLA JANE9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 22, 1945. She married (1) VERNON LEROY YOUNG in Tenn, son of VERNON YOUNG and GLADYS YOUNG. He was born October 23, 1939, and died October 02, 1993 in Stanford KY. She married (2) JAMES FLOYD April 26, 1984 in Tenn. He was born August 16, 1940.

Children of DEANNA HUBBARD and VERNON YOUNG are:

164. i. MARTIN LEROY10 YOUNG.

ii. MARLA JOY YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. FOSTER COOK, May 15, 1999, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn; b. December 15, 1969.

iii. MELINDA ANN YOUNG, b. May 17, 1973; m. TIMMY JONES, August 03, 1996, Pleasant Point Kings Mtn.

iv. MEGAN YOUNG, b. July 10, 1978; m. CAMERON SAYLOR, October 23, 1999.

 

 

109. LANNY ROY9 HUBBARD (LOLA JANE9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 18, 1949 in Kings Mtn Ky. He married SANDRA JEAN CARRIER April 05, 1969 in Highland, Ky Mt Moriah, daughter of EUGENE CARRIER and LOIS DAUGHERTY. She was born August 09, 1951 in Danville, Ky.

Children of LANNY HUBBARD and SANDRA CARRIER are:

i. DUANE ROBERT "ROBBIE"10 HUBBARD, b. September 10, 1970, Danville Ky.

ii. MICHAEL RYAN HUBBARD, b. March 27, 1974, Danville Ky.

 

 

110. RITA MAE9 HUBBARD (LOLA JANE9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 07, 1951 in Hall Gap. She married JOHN HAZLETT in Kings Mtn Pleasant Point Baptist, son of BOB HAZLETT and EDNA HAZLETT.

Children of RITA HUBBARD and JOHN HAZLETT are:

165. i. TRAY RENEE10 HAZLETT, b. South Coralina.

166. ii. RHONDA MICHELLE HAZLETT.

iii. KAREN HAZLETT.

iv. DAVID HAZLETT.

 

 

111. SILVIA9 JENKINS (ORVILLE9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 25, 1937. She married (1) THOMAS ALAN BAYSORE. She married (2) THOMAS DAWSON.

Children of SILVIA JENKINS and THOMAS BAYSORE are:

i. MARK ALAN10 BAYSORE.

ii. DOUGLAS ALAN BAYSORE.

 

 

112. BETTY9 JENKINS (ORVILLE9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 29, 1936. She married WILBUR JOHN MCKENZIE.

Children of BETTY JENKINS and WILBUR MCKENZIE are:

167. i. GARY LYNN10 MCKENZIE, b. January 29, 1955.

ii. SHARILYN KAY MCKENZIE.

 

 

113. NAOMI9 JENKINS (ORVILLE9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born November 16, 1940 in Stanford, ky. She married JOHN LEE BECKELHIMER July 18, 1959 in Mason Ohio. He was born March 30, 1940 in Mason Ohio.

Children of NAOMI JENKINS and JOHN BECKELHIMER are:

168. i. KIMBERLY SUE10 BECKELHIMER, b. June 18, 1960.

ii. JENNIFER BECKELHIMER, b. March 15, 1972; m. HENRY DOWER.

 

 

114. FREEMAN9 CALDWELL (JULIA9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married VIOLET STONE.

Children of FREEMAN CALDWELL and VIOLET STONE are:

i. KAREN10 CALDWELL.

ii. STEVE CALDWELL.

iii. CINDY CALDWELL.

iv. MITSEY CALDWELL.

 

 

115. MARSTON9 CALDWELL (JULIA9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married GRETA LEACH.

Children of MARSTON CALDWELL and GRETA LEACH are:

i. EDD10 CALDWELL.

ii. JENNIFER CALDWELL.

 

 

116. JERRY9 CALDWELL (JULIA9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married BONNIE HORTON.

Children of JERRY CALDWELL and BONNIE HORTON are:

i. LINDA10 CALDWELL.

ii. MICHAEL CALDWELL.

iii. JEFF CALDWELL.

 

 

117. PAULETTE9 JENKINS (RALPH9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 05, 1950 in Stanford, ky. She married NELSON NORMAN. SPIEGEL October 14, 1972. He was born November 12, 1949 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Children of PAULETTE JENKINS and NELSON SPIEGEL are:

i. LORESSA MEREDITH10 SPIEGEL, b. January 02, 1974.

ii. HEATHER BROOKE SPIEGEL, b. June 22, 1977.

 

 

118. JOHN H.9 JENKINS (JOHN A9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born November 10, 1946. He married (1) DENICE WATTS, daughter of WOODIE WATTS and ? FIELDS. He married (2) PAMELA TOWNSEND.

Children of JOHN JENKINS and DENICE WATTS are:

i. DARREN10 JENKINS.

ii. ROBERT JENKINS.

 

Child of JOHN JENKINS and PAMELA TOWNSEND is:

iii. BRADLEY MICHAEL10 JENKINS, b. May 25, 1967.

 

 

119. DANNY9 JENKINS (WILLIAM JACKSON9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 02, 1946, and died October 27, 1977. He married ALICE HENLEY November 06, 1970 in Fairview Baptist Hall Gap, daughter of BENNIE HENSLEY and NANCY.

Child of DANNY JENKINS and ALICE HENLEY is:

i. DANNY JENKINS10 JR.

 

 

120. LARRY9 JENKINS (WILLIAM JACKSON9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born April 26, 1948. He married SANDRA WILLIAMS March 31, 1973.

Children of LARRY JENKINS and SANDRA WILLIAMS are:

i. MISTY DAWN10 JENKINS.

ii. JERMEY JENKINS.

 

 

121. JEFFREY9 JENKINS (WILLIAM JACKSON9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 10, 1950. He married DELORISE PADGETT February 14, 1976.

Child of JEFFREY JENKINS and DELORISE PADGETT is:

i. WILLIAM10 JENKINS.

 

 

122. JOSEPH EUGENE9 JENKINS (WILLIAM JACKSON9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 28, 1954. He married SHEILA CAUDILL June 14, 1974.

Children of JOSEPH JENKINS and SHEILA CAUDILL are:

i. STEPHANIE10 JENKINS.

ii. JOSEPH NEIL JENKINS.

 

 

123. DEBRA9 JENKINS (WILLIAM JACKSON9, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born August 16, 1958. She married WADE WATTS, son of WOODROW WATTS and LEONA FIELDS.

Children of DEBRA JENKINS and WADE WATTS are:

i. LISA SUSAN10 WATTS, b. August 07, 1983.

ii. KIMBERLY GAYLE WATTS, b. February 07, 1985.

 

 

124. BONITA9 DUNHAM (LEONA9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 29, 1958. She married ROBERT ALLEN LYNN August 19, 1973, son of ROBERT LYNN and VIOLET RICHARDSON. He was born March 09, 1955.

Children of BONITA DUNHAM and ROBERT LYNN are:

i. ROBERT ALLEN10 LYNN, b. March 29, 1974, Casey Co.

ii. KELLY RENEE LYNN, b. July 14, 1979, Casey Co.

iii. JESSICA LARAE LYNN, b. March 01, 1984, Danville Ky.

iv. ALLISON LENAL LYNN, b. August 20, 1984, Danville Ky.

 

 

125. JUDY KAY9 WALLS (RUTH9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 29, 1948 in Stanford, ky. She married GARY RICHARD HATTER, son of GEORGE HATTER and ELVEREE REESE. He was born February 26, 1948 in Kings Mtn y.

Children of JUDY WALLS and GARY HATTER are:

169. i. STACIA DENISE10 HATTER, b. September 09, 1971.

ii. JAMES RICHARD HATTER, b. June 08, 1974.

 

 

126. BRENDA9 WALLS (RUTH9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 03, 1950. She married (1) MICHAEL RAY WILLIAMS. She married (2) PERRY WHITE. She married (3) MANSON ROYCE TAULBEE.

Children of BRENDA WALLS and MICHAEL WILLIAMS are:

i. CHERLY FAY10 WILLIAMS, b. September 30, 1971, Edwards Calif.

ii. STEVEN RAY WILLIAMS, b. May 31, 1971, Danville Ky.

 

Children of BRENDA WALLS and MANSON TAULBEE are:

iii. JENNIFER LYNN10 TAULBEE, b. April 24, 1983, Winchester, Ky.

iv. DAVID ALLEN TAULBEE, b. November 13, 1984, Madison, Indiana.

 

 

127. LORETTA FAY9 WALLS (RUTH9 JENKINS, JAMES HARVEY8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 08, 1954 in Danville Ky. She married (1) JOHN WILLIAM HILL May 28, 1971. She married (2) CARTER TINGLE April 27, 1984. He was born July 07, 1952 in Louisville, KY.

Children of LORETTA WALLS and JOHN HILL are:

i. JOHN JAMES10 HILL, b. January 31, 1972.

170. ii. MICHAEL EDWARD HILL, b. August 23, 1975.

 

 

128. DANNY9 SPANGLER (AGNES9 GOOCH, ARTHUR DUTCH8, MARY KATHRINE7 BLANKENSHIP, ANN6 SINGLETON, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) He married CAROLYN JO.

Child of DANNY SPANGLER and CAROLYN JO is:

i. DENNIS10 SPANGLER.

 

 

129. THELMA9 BARNETT (REBECCA8 SINGLETON, WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born November 10, 1924. She married (1) ERNEST ARTHUR VARADY. She married (2) ROBERT WILLIAM VAROS July 05, 1970, son of WILLIAM VAROS and MARIE BARCEY. He was born October 08, 1924.

Children of THELMA BARNETT and ERNEST VARADY are:

i. CARL MICHAEL10 VARADY, b. August 06, 1952.

ii. SUSAN CAROL VARADY, b. August 25, 1955.

 

Children of THELMA BARNETT and ROBERT VAROS are:

iii. WILLIAM10 VAROS, b. May 27, 1956.

iv. NANCY VAROS, b. June 03, 1959.

 

 

130. LEON9 BARNETT (REBECCA8 SINGLETON, WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 02, 1930. He married DOLORES MATILDA KROK August 05, 1950, daughter of JOHN KROK and HELEN ALBERSKI. She was born August 06, 1929.

Children of LEON BARNETT and DOLORES KROK are:

i. PAMELA10 BARNETT, b. July 27, 1951.

ii. DEBORAH BARNETT, b. November 11, 1952.

iii. BARBARA BARNETT, b. April 30, 1954.

iv. RONALD LEE BARNETT, b. July 26, 1956.

v. LINDA BARNETT, b. July 30, 1958.

vi. JEFFREY BARNETT, b. February 01, 1963.

vii. BRYAN BARNETT, b. September 17, 1965.

viii. SANDRA BARNETT, b. April 30, 1968.

 

 

131. DOLORES MAE9 LONG (LOLA8 SINGLETON, WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 12, 1931. She married JOE DEAN August 08, 1953. He was born May 16, 1928.

Child of DOLORES LONG and JOE DEAN is:

171. i. SANDRA ELAINE10 DEAN, b. Bet. 523 - 1954.

 

 

132. DONALD EUGENE9 LONG (LOLA8 SINGLETON, WILLIAM MARTIN7, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 08, 1936, and died May 14, 1975. He married VIRGINIA GODON January 20, 1960.

Children of DONALD LONG and VIRGINIA GODON are:

i. LAURA10 LONG, b. December 06, 1960.

ii. GLEN LONG, b. October 14, 1963.

 

 

133. DARRELL9 LAMBERT (MARJORIE MAVIS8 TAYLOR, MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born November 19, 1963 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, Cal. He married NORIANNE BAXTER March 28, 1982.

Child of DARRELL LAMBERT and NORIANNE BAXTER is:

i. HEATHER10 LAMBERT, b. August 18, 1982.

 

 

134. ROBERT EARL9 DUFF (MARY LOU8 TAYLOR, MAYME7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 25, 1961. He married SANDRA GAIL BENGE April 15, 1983.

Child of ROBERT DUFF and SANDRA BENGE is:

i. ALANA KATHERIN10 DUFF, b. July 24, 1982.

 

 

135. RICHARD MARION9 CAREY (CLIFFORD MARION8, LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 30, 1927. He married JEAN PARKINSON December 26, 1949 in White Plains Westchester N.Y.. She was born June 03, 1927 in Tauton Bristol MA.

Children of RICHARD CAREY and JEAN PARKINSON are:

172. i. CHRISTINE10 CAREY, b. May 03, 1951, Davenpor,t Clinton IA.

ii. CLIFFORD MARK CAREY, b. March 19, 1953, Davenpor,t Clinton IA; m. CAROL MARIE LEINO, October 07, 1984, St Paul, Ramsey Minn.

iii. STEVEN WAYNE CAREY, b. March 31, 1955, Davenport, Clinton IA; m. JODY LEE PARKER, October 19, 1985, Montpelier, VT.

iv. PAUL RICHARD CAREY, b. July 27, 1957.

 

 

136. DONALD EDWARD9 CAREY (CLIFFORD MARION8, LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born October 25, 1928 in Waukegan, Lake, IL. He married SUZANNE GOSSER August 02, 1952 in Canton, Stark, Ohio, daughter of GEORGE GOSSER and RUTH CLOUSE. She was born July 02, 1930 in Canton, Stark, Ohio.

Children of DONALD CAREY and SUZANNE GOSSER are:

i. JENIFFER ANN10 CAREY, b. January 08, 1956.

ii. THOMAS WAYNE CAREY, b. December 15, 1957.

iii. DAVID EDWARD CAREY, b. June 04, 1961.

iv. MARTHA CAREY, b. December 17, 1964.

 

 

137. PAUL CLIFFORD9 CAREY (JOESPH JEFFERSON8, LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born March 07, 1942 in Dayton Ohio. He married PAMELA CULLERS July 05, 1971 in Dayton Ohio, daughter of BOBBY CULLERS and MARY FREEMAN.

Children of PAUL CAREY and PAMELA CULLERS are:

i. MARY ELSIE10 CAREY, b. October 14, 1969.

ii. JOSEPH JEFFERSON CAREY, b. January 11, 1973.

 

 

138. WILLIAM EDWARD9 CAREY (JOESPH JEFFERSON8, LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 24, 1945 in Dayton Ohio. He married VIRGINIA ELIZABETH ERVIN April 11, 1964 in Dayton Ohio. She was born September 29, 1945 in Dayton Ohio.

Child of WILLIAM CAREY and VIRGINIA ERVIN is:

i. ROBERT WILLIAM10 CAREY, b. February 06, 1971.

 

 

139. MARQUERITE PATRICIA9 CAREY (JOESPH JEFFERSON8, LOUANNA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born September 17, 1954 in Dayton Ohio. She married MICHAEL BERTRAND HACKER August 19, 1972 in Dayton Ohio, son of WILLIS HACKER and MATU KEENAN. He was born February 27, 1948 in Dayton Ohio.

Children of MARQUERITE CAREY and MICHAEL HACKER are:

i. CHAD10 HACKER, b. December 17, 1975.

ii. SHAUN HACKER, b. February 13, 1979.

iii. APRIL HACKER, b. April 17, 1981.

 

 

140. BETTY LOU9 JENKINS (CHARLES8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born May 14, 1927. She married (1) PAUL STURGILL. She married (2) JOHN WELLS February 02, 1950.

Children of BETTY JENKINS and JOHN WELLS are:

i. MARTIN DAVID10 WELLS, b. January 25, 1957.

ii. JOSEPH WELLS, b. March 04, 1959.

 

 

141. FRANCIS ARMINTHA9 JENKINS (CHARLES8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born July 28, 1935. She married CLEATUS JACOBS March 14, 1950.

Children of FRANCIS JENKINS and CLEATUS JACOBS are:

173. i. KATHLEEN FRANCES10 JACOBS, b. April 09, 1952.

174. ii. MILDRED SUE JACOBS, b. September 15, 1955.

175. iii. JENNETTE ELAINE JACOBS, b. April 25, 1964.

 

 

142. JOHN JOSEPH9 BOKLIN (EMMA8 JENKINS, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 21, 1920. He married RUBY MARIE MOSLEY April 10, 1948. She was born February 16, 1925.

Child of JOHN BOKLIN and RUBY MOSLEY is:

i. JOHN ROBERT10 BOKLIN, b. March 08, 1958.

 

 

143. OTTIS9 JENKINS (WILLIAM HERBERT8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born January 22, 1921. He married EVA MAE KITTS August 03, 1940.

Children of OTTIS JENKINS and EVA KITTS are:

i. MARY JO10 JENKINS, b. October 04, 1941.

ii. JOYCE JENKINS, b. November 24, 1945.

iii. JAMES JENKINS, b. January 05, 1957.

 

 

144. GENEVA9 JENKINS (WILLIAM HERBERT8, ARMENTHIA7 SINGLETON, JOHN A.6, DAVID V5, ABEL4, SALLY3 FLOYD, DAVID H2, MR.1) was born February 22, 1919. She married WILLIAM EVERTT HUGHES July 22, 1935.

Children of GENEVA JENKINS and WILLIAM HUGHES are: