Oldham Family History

OLDHAM, Goodman

Male 1789 - 1835  (45 years)


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  • Name OLDHAM, Goodman 
    Born 20 Sep 1789  Caswell County, North Carolina Or Madison County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender Male 
    Military 1 Sep 1812  Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land 1 Jan 1820  Knox County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Medical 5 Apr 1835  Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died 5 Apr 1835  Keytesville, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Buried 7 Apr 1835  Keytesville City Cemetery, Keytesville Twp., Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Notes 
    • Wm. Miller History pg 482: Acquired lands in Madison County, Kentucky one purchase was from Moses Wallace in 1814. He removed to Falmouth, Kentucky. Marriage bond in Madison Co. for Goodman Oldham and Fanny Reed, 15 Aug 1808, John Oldham Bondsman, Richard Oldham, father of groom and guardian of bride, Nancy Numan, mother of bride - no marriage date just bond date.

      Hazel Ruth Muskett notes: Born Madison County, Kentucky not Caswell County, North Carolina

      War of 1812, Roll of Captain James McNeil's Company, Second Regiment, Kentucky Militia, shows Private Goodman Oldham. entered service 1 Sept 1812, discharged 1 Oct 1812, served as a substitute for William Johnston.

      Wm. Miller Histories addendum: "Emigrated to Howard County, Missouri. The biographical records of Clay, Ray, Carroll, Chariton and Linn Counties, Missouri, published in 1893 by William H. Braxton of Platte City, Missouri, who was born in Mason County, Kentucky, Mary 27 1819 and married Mary Torman of Washington County, Kentucky and was in 1910 living and also, author of a book of poems "A Century Hence" - six hundred copies of which were published and given to his friends and other poems, and a great old man whose mother was a Miss. Marshall.

      History of Howard and Chariton County, Missouri pgs 497-498 author not known: Old Settlers: "Among the old settlers of Muscle Fork Township was Goodman Oldham, who was a native of Madison County, Kentucky. In 1832 he moved to Howard County, Missouri, and in 1833 to Chariton County, where he lived until his death, which occurred April 5th, 1835. He was killed in the town of Keytesville by Mordecai Lane. Oldham was quietly sitting by the fire at the hotel where he was stopping, when Lane opened the door and shot him in the back, killing him instantly. Oldham had purchased some land from Lane and was to receive a warrantee deed. The payments on the land had all been made except the last. When Oldham demanded his deed, Lane could give him only a tax-deed, as that was all the title he had. Oldham brought suit against Lane for the recovery of his money, and because of the litigation instituted by Oldham, Lane, it was thought, killed him. He was suspected of having committed the deed, was arrested and confined in jail to await his trial in circuit court. Two or three years passed before he had his trial, and when it occurred he was acquitted. Upon his death bed, however, Lane confessed that he was the man who killed Oldham, thus verifying the old saying, "murder will out." Oldham left ten children, six boys and four girls, all of whom lived to be grown. His widow lived till March 8, 1883, her husband having been dead forty-eight years.

      John G. Oldham, who is another early settler of the township, is the son of Goodman Oldham above named, and Catherine Jackson, and was born in Laurel County, Kentucky, October 9th, 1822. Came with his father to Howard County, Missouri, in 1832, and from there to Chariton County in 1833.

      He married Mrs. Nancy L. Lucas in Brunswick, Missouri, in 1848, and to them have been born 10 children. He entered the Confederate army during General Price's raid, and was taken prisoner on the Kansas State line. Was imprisoned at Fort Scott, Fort Leavenworth and at Camp Morton, but was released in February, 1865, when he returned home, and has since been engaged in farming.


      Musselfork Township is bounded on the north by Clark Township, on the east by Bee Branch Township, on the south by Keytesville Township and on the west by Salt Creek Township...Among the pioneer settlers in this township was Goodman Oldham to settled here in 1833. (-- Hist. of Chariton Co ., 1923, Pearl Sims Gehrig, p. 233.)


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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Jan Oldham"
      To:
      Sent: Sunday, October 05, 2003 9:11 AM
      Subject: Re: Goodman Oldham

      You're most welcome. I only wish I had more time to devote to genealog y. I truly miss all the researching time. Someday........

      I'm still working on getting more of the information I've found into the on-line Research Repository. I feel that's the safest place to keep it.

      Jan

      > > Hdanw@aol.com wrote: >
      >> Thank you for posting the info concerning Goodman Oldham. He was a brother to my Nancy Oldham who m. 1st Overton Harris (d. 1827 in madison Co ., Kentucky) and m. 2nd Anderson Chenault. He was the only son of that first marriage of Richadeney Oldham of Madison Co., Kentucky. E.W.W allace

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      It seems that Oldham, a rather common surname in the Midlands of England, such as Leicester [county] and that area, is also rather common in the United States. And, of course, all of us who research Harrises know how common that surname is.

      Ira Harris III asks:

      Goodman Oldham married Nancy Harris. Does anyone know who Nancy's parents were? Does anyone know anything about the two Williams' that married into these families? Do the Williams' fit into the family of Ursley Duke Williams (wife of Richard "Ready Money" Oldham)? Does anyone know how these various Oldham's and Overton's fit into the extended family of William Harris Temperance Overton? Any insight is appreciated. Please respond through HH so that others may be helped.

      My undocumented response (if it were documented, it might take several e-mails)

      Goodman Oldham of Chariton Co., Misssouri is probably the subject of Ira 's interest. He is seemingly a younger Goodman Oldham than the one I know something about. What is the date of the marriage--anyone know?

      The 1860 census of Chariton, MO lists this younger Goodman Oldham on th is film: M653, Roll 613, page 298. I will not give all the details:

      Goodman Oldham, age 42-M-farmer-600-305-b. Kentucky Nancy age 35, F, born Missouri (all children listed below born in Missouri) Catherine 17-F Benjamin 15-M Nancy -4-F Mary E-3-F James D. 1/2-M Catherine Oldham-F- [is she 87?] born Kentucky

      (I suspect this Goodman Oldham is a younger Goodman Oldham than the son of Richard Ready-Money Oldham of Madison Co., KY. The older Goodman Oldham, whom I have not studied, allegedly moved to Missouri, and according total have been told, was shot while sitting on his front porch.)

      (A further suspicion: Because of the gap in the ages of the children listed in the 1860 census given above, I suspect that Nancy may be a second wife--OR, a lot of siblings of Catherine and Benjamin died in some epidemic. I seldom do Missouri research, although siblings of my Texas-bound relatives from Kentucky frequently migrated to Missouri.)

      I have just now done a general search of the databases on _www.familysearch.org_ (http://www.familysearch.org) I think you will find some good clues about two Goodman Oldhams. Use that information as a basis for your further research.

      This is what I know about the connection of the Oldhams and the Williamses and the Harrises of Madison Co., KY. And I may have my facts somewhat confused. But check some of the Appendices in The Boone Family published about 1922 and compiled by Hazel A. Spraker. There is an appendix about the Harrises (very brief) and also one about the Oldhams, if I remember correctly.

      The Jesse Oldham extended family migrated from Caswell Co., NC to Madison Co., KY about 1790, although Jesse had been in and out of Boonesborough prior to that, if one can believe some of the information given in various North Carolina writings. He reportedly brought letters *from home* (North Carolina) to Col. Richard Henderson at Boonesborough.

      Among Jesse's children was one Richard *Ready-Money* Oldham, who married Ursala [Ursley] Duke Williams, the widow of Reuben Peoples, in Caswell Co. (In other words, this was Ursala's second marriage. She was the daught Henry Williams and his wife Elizabeth __ of Caswell Co., formerly of Orange Co., NC and formerly of Southside Virginia, probably Halifax Co. Henry, Ursala's father, was a son of Daniel Williams and his wife Ursley, formerly of Hanover Co., VA, Louisa Co., VA and some Southside counties of Virginia. Daniel Williams died testate ca 1759 in Granville Co., NC, leaving a LARGE estate. He had already given land in Southside Virginia to his several sons.)

      Ursley Duke Williams (now Oldham) died after giving birth to her fifth child. She had four daughters and one son--Goodman Oldham. One of those daughters was Nancy Oldham, my ancestress.

      At any rate, R/M Oldham remarried to Patsy Reid, daughter of Alexander Reid, an early settler of Madison Co., KY. I am not sure, but I think Reid was also from North Carolina, as were many settlers of Madison Co., KY--those who were not from Virginia, that is!!!

      Ca. 1810, Nancy Oldham married Overton Harris, whom I believe was the youngest son of the elder Christopher Harris. He is named in Christopher 's will, which used to be on the internet. About 1827, Overton Harris died, and his will specified that if his wife remarried, she was to lose control over the property, etc. Nancy did remarry ca 1837 to Anderson Chenault, a widower, but she had a pre-nuptial agreement drawn up, and that agreement can be found in the deeds of Madison Co., KY. Although the agreement was drawn up prior to the marriage, Nancy did not get it recorded until about a year later.

      Judging from the Madison Co. deed indexes alone, it seems Anderson Chenault may have been a land speculator. The 1850 census is of interest. Nan Chenault formerly Harris is living in a separate household from Anderson. Whether this was a permanent arrangement I cannot say.

      At any rate, I believe that the databases on the familysearch.org website concerning the two Goodman Oldhams are correct. Whether the younger Good man Oldham is a son of the older Goodman Oldham, I am not prepared to say.

      One of the younger children of Nancy Oldham Harris Chenault was my second great-grandmother Carlisle Harris, who married Michael Lowery Stoner in Madison Co. She and he migrated to Texas after Nancy's death, and poor Carlis promptly died of stomach inflamation--appears in the 1860 mortality schedule for Texas. The Boone Family touches upon this event, but the information about M. L. Stoner and the events after Carlisle's is somewhat distorted, as proved by later letters--found in a hatbox under a bed in Texas about 20 years ago!!!

      There must be dozens of cousins descended from these families--Williams of Caswell Co. NC, Oldham of Caswell Co., NC and Madison Co., KY, and on to the Wild West!!!! Oh, yes, and Harrises, too!!!

      My research of Caswell Co. and of Madison Co. indicates that Joseph Williams of Madison Co. is probably the brother of Ursala Duke Williams Peoples Oldham Chenault. Are any of his descendants interested in exchanging inf ormation?

      E.W.Wallace [female] descendant of Overton Harris and Nancy Oldham also of Michael Lowery Stoner and Carlisle Harris, Overton's child
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      Dear Listers,

      Ira Harris asked recently about the marriage of one Goodman Oldham who married one Nancy Harris in Missouri.

      My surmise was this Goodman Oldham was a younger Goodman Oldham than t he one who married in Madison Co., KY in 1808.

      This information from Bill and Kathy Vockery, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARRIAGE RECORDS, VOL I, 1786-1822:

      Oldham, Goodman & Reed, Fanny - 15 Aug 1808; bondsman Oldham, John; conse nt by Oldham, Richard-FG and GB; Nancy Numan, MB [no return date given by the Vockerys]

      (FG = father of groom) (GB = guardian of bride) (MB = mother of bride)

      In this instance, Richard *Ready-Money* Oldham had become guardian of the bride Fanny Reed, as he had earlier married her sister Patsy Reid [varia nt spellings of Reed or Reid].

      Among the deeds of either Madison Co. or an adjoining county [was it Fayette], R/M Oldham sued the stepfather and the remarried mother Mr. and Mrs. Newman (Nancy Numan above) because of mishandling of the estate of the deceased father of these Reid sisters, one Alexander Reid.

      Here is some information about Goodman Oldham's father's 2nd marriage. (Goodman's mother was the deceased Ursley or Ursala Duke Williams, the widow of Reuben Peoples, of Caswell Co.) The citation for the marriage is the sa me as given above.

      Oldham, Richard - Reed, Patsy, 24 Jan 1803 - Newman, John P., bondsman; consent Newman, John P. - GB return 26 Jan 1803

      (This is why we have to study all the associates of our ancestors. The relationships are complex--even without the modern-day divorces!!!)

      As stated in an earlier e-mail, Goodman Oldham's sister Nancy Oldham married Overton Harris, about 10 Apr 1810, in Madison Co. Christopher Harris, Overton's half brother, was bondsman. Richard Oldham, father of the bride, gave consent. (Vockery & Vockery, p. 37)

      E.W.Wallace

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      Someone posted a notice recently that he/she was a descendant of Goodman Oldham. I have some notes, but I invite corrections, additions, etc. Genealogists should always be on the lookout for additional information or correcting information. Preparer: Evelyn W. Wallace

      Rev 11/96 GOODMAN OLDHAM. (1789-aft 1826) Son of Richard "Ready Money" Oldham and his first wife Ursley Duke (Williams) Peoples (who was widow of Reuben of Caswell Co., NC and later of Madison Co., KY.) Goodman is believed to have been born in Kentucky. A descendant of Goodman's sister Ursala, states he was born ca. 20 Sep 1789 in Madison Co., KY, which was still a Virginia county until 1792. Goodman died ca. 1833 in Keytesville (?), Chariton Co., Missouri. His wife was Minerva Catherine Jackson whom he married 7 Aug 1812 in Keytesville, MO. (Source: Query in BLUEGRASS ROOTS, Spring 1987, p. 35) To add to the confusion, in the 1860 census of Chariton Co., MO, Clark twp (M653, Roll 613, Page 298) there is a Goodman Oldham, age 42, born KY(Heritage Quest 9/1/03). He has a birthdate of approximately 1819, which is about 20 years after the birth of the elder Goodman Oldham. Whether the two men are related is unknown. More research is needed. Goodman Oldham was involved in 1807, Madison Co., KY division of slaves which had formerly belonged to Henry Williams, deceased. Refer to Miller's GENEALOGIES, p. 481. (Goodman's deceased mother was the daughter of Henry Williams of Caswell Co., NC--Ursley Duke Williams Peoples Oldham.) We believe, based on Madison Co. marriage records, however, that Goodman had been married previously, the bride possibly being a stepsister: Goodman Oldham & Fanny Reed, 15 Aug 1808; John Oldham, bondsman; Richard Oldham, father of groom and guardian of bride. (Richard "R/M" Oldham's second wife was Patsy Reed/Reid. Goodman MAY have married his stepsister, not proved.) These are some of Goodman's siblings: Elizabeth who m. (1st) Barnabas Harris; (2nd) Mr. ClarkNancy who m. (1st) Overton Harris, writer's ancestor and (2nd) Anderson Chenault Patsey who m. Jesse Barnes Ursala (m. Hancock Lee Jackson, later governor of Missouri). One of the earlier generations of Williams females--Merya Williams (daughter of Daniel Williams I, of Granville Co. and sister of Henry Williams of Caswell Co.) was married to Benjamin Goodman, for whom Goodman Oldham was probably named. Merya (Williams) Goodmam would have been the paternal great-aunt of Ursala Duke (Williams) Oldham's children, one of whom was Goodman Oldham. From manuscript and pamphlet collection at Los Angeles Public Library: "Spencer Oldham Bible [typed May 1967, perhaps later] by Lucile S. Bowman, Lineage Research Chairman, Larchmont Chapter, Larchmont, NY for Mrs. James A. Sesler. 1st owner David Ely Spencer, and his wife Sally Jordan Oldham 2nd owner who continued records Lloyd Oldham Spencer, Sr. Marriages Goodman Oldham & Catherine M. Jackson was married Apr 7, 1812 Goodman Oldham was born 20th of Sept 1789 Catherine (Jackson) Oldham born May 24th 1793 "Mrs James A. Sealer, 721 15th St., Modesto, CA [no zip code given] has a very complete family record of the descendants of Goodman Oldham and wife, Catherine Minerva Jackson, whose births head the birth list." This last notation is appended to the transcription, and there is no further information. In Garrard Co., KY there was this chancery suit. This is from the index only; details are unknown. Garrard Co. adjoins Madison Co., KY: From defendant index: Oldham, Goodman ads [vs.] Mattox, Absalom (17-65-490) Bk 9-219, Sep 1826. From KENTUCKY GAZETTE, V. V, No. 42, Monday 17 Oct 1814, Vol. 28 Goodman Oldham of Richmond has land for sale next door to Maj. Grugett's tavern and Mar. Caldwell in Richmond, formerly occupied by John Miller. Mentions Field, McClanahan & Company. (Karen Mauer Green, THE KENTUCKY GAZETTE, 1801-1820; GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ABSTRACTS (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 1985], p. 210) (SCGS 976. KY / Newspap 1801-20) Kentucky Land Grants lists Goodman Oldham as having a land grant in Knox Co., KY in 1820. Please send corrections and additions to list as well as to me. E.W.Wallace descendant of Ursley Duke Williams (Peoples) Oldham and her second husband Richard "Ready Money" Oldham

      http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=124660019

      Goodman Oldham was the son of Richard (Ready Money) Oldham and Ursley Duke Williams. He married Catherine (Kitty) Minerva Jackson on April 7, 1812 in Kentucky.
      To this union ten children were born Mary, Jackson, Catherine, Goodman Jackson, Richard, John, Jarvis, Elizabeth, Ursula and Marion.
      History of Howard and Chariton County, Missouri pages 497-498. Among the old settlers of Muscle Fork Township was Goodman Oldham, who was a native of Madison County, Kentucky. In 1832 he moved to Howard County, Missouri and in 1833 to Chariton County, where he lived until his death, which occurred April 5,1835. He was killed in the town of Keytesville by Mordecai Lane. Oldham was quietly sitting by the fire at the hotel where he was stopping, when Lane opened the door and shot him in the back, killing him instantly. Oldham had purchased some land from lane and was to receive a warrantee deed. The payments on the land had all been made except the last. When Oldham demanded his deed, Lane could give him only a tax-deed, as that was all the title had. Oldham brought suit against Lane for the recovery of his money and because of the litigation instituted by Oldham it was thought, killed him. He was suspected of having committed the deed, was arrested and confined in jail to await his trial in circuit court. Two or three years passed before he had his trial and when it occurred he was acquitted. Upon his death bed, however Lane confessed that he was the man who killed Oldham, thus verifying the old saying, "murder will out."
      Oldham left ten children, six boys and four girls, all of whom lived to be grown. They are Richard, Marion, Jarvis, Jackson, Goodman, John, Catherine, Elizabeth, Mary and Ursula. His widow lived until March 8, 1883, her husband having been dead forty-eight years.

      Bio added by Dori Chrisp 47796684.
    Person ID I4747  oldham
    Last Modified 27 Feb 2017 

    Father OLDHAM, Richard Ready Money,   b. 4 May 1763, Chowan County. North Carolina, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jun 1836, Madison County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Mother WILLIAMS, Ursley Duke,   b. 1 Aug 1764, Chowan County. North Carolina, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Jul 1802, Madison County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years) 
    Family ID F1469  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 REID, Francis Fanny,   b. Abt 1790,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 15 Aug 1808  Madison County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
    • Oldham, Goodman & Reed, Fanny - 15 Aug 1808; bondsman Oldham, John; consent
      by Oldham, Richard-FG and GB; Nancy Numan, MB [no return date given by the Vockerys]
      (FG = father of groom)
      (GB = guardian of bride)
      (MB = mother of bride)

      In this instance, Richard "Ready-Money" Oldham had become guardian of the bride Fanny Reed, as he had earlier married her sister Patsy Reid [variant spellings of Reed or Reid].
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2013 
    Family ID F2114  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 JACKSON, Catherine Minerva,   b. 24 May 1793, Bourbon County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Mar 1883, Pee Dee, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 89 years) 
    Married 7 Apr 1812  Madison Or Knox County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 4, 8, 9
    Children 
     1. OLDHAM, Jackson Goodman,   b. 1 Jan 1813, Madison County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Jun 1890, Cass County, Nebraska, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
     2. OLDHAM, Mary F. Goodman,   b. 25 Nov 1814, London, Laurel County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1894, Wise County, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
     3. OLDHAM, Catherine Goodman,   b. 29 May 1816, London, Laurel County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1892, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
     4. OLDHAM, Goodman Jackson,   b. 14 Jul 1818, Laurel County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 May 1885, Missouri City, Fort Bend County, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years)
     5. OLDHAM, Richard Goodman Old Dick,   b. 9 Feb 1820, Madison County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Oct 1894, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
     6. OLDHAM, John Goodman,   b. 9 Oct 1822, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1890  (Age 67 years)
     7. OLDHAM, Jarvis Goodman,   b. 1824, Laurel Or Madison County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jul 1862, Marceline, Linn County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years)
     8. OLDHAM, Elizabeth Goodman,   b. 30 Nov 1828, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Dec 1904, Musselfork Fork Twp., Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
     9. OLDHAM, Ursula Goodman,   b. 1829, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1909, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
     10. OLDHAM, Marion Goodman,   b. 25 Feb 1832, Marion County Or Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Oct 1879, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 47 years)
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2013 
    Family ID F2115  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 20 Sep 1789 - Caswell County, North Carolina Or Madison County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 15 Aug 1808 - Madison County, Kentucky, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 7 Apr 1812 - Madison Or Knox County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMilitary - 1 Sep 1812 - Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLand - Land Warrants Little Rockcastle 100 Acres Book W, Page 207 - 1 Jan 1820 - Knox County, Kentucky, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMedical - Murdered - 5 Apr 1835 - Chariton County, Missouri, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 5 Apr 1835 - Keytesville, Chariton County, Missouri, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 7 Apr 1835 - Keytesville City Cemetery, Keytesville Twp., Chariton County, Missouri, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Documents
    The Kentucky Land Grants
    The Kentucky Land Grants
    Willard Rouse Jillson

    Page 2

    1925

    Miscellaneous
    Fayette County, Kentucky Records
    Fayette County, Kentucky Records
    Volume 4
    Page 49

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