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Re: John Hagans died Barren Co. KY. 1806
Posted by: William Hagan (ID *****3496) Date: July 27, 2010 at 12:05:54
In Reply to: Re: John Hagans died Barren Co. KY. 1806 by Isabel Defenbaugh of 328

John & Elizabeth {Campbell} Haggins : were married in PA

There Children Were:
Hugh HAGANS, Samuel HAGANS, Mary HAGANS, Margaret HAGANS, Isabella HAGANS, Eleanor HAGANS, Elizabeth HAGANS, Wlliam HAGANS, Agness (Nancy) HAGANS FINLEY & John HAGANS.

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Wlliam HAGANS was born on 11 Nov 1769.
Allen Co. KY Deed Bk D p 153 ~ Wm & Elizabeth Hagans to John Hagans
Two tracts (73 and 45 acres) for $585 5 Sep 1828

This indenture made and agreed to this 5th day of September 1828 between William Hagans and John Hagans both of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky, witnesseth that the said William for and in consideration of $585 the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged, has bargained, released, confirmed, and by these presents doth grant and convey unto the said John Hagans his heirs or assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate in the aforesaid county and state on Tramels fork of Drakes Creek, beginning at a poplar hickory and sycamore on the E side of the creek, Roger's original beginning thence N 28 W 124 poles to an ask and hack berry, thence S 43 W 108 poles to a beech thence S 30 E 124 poles to a post oak and white walnut, thence N 43 E 108 poles to the beginning, containing 73 acres be the same more or less. Also another tract beginning on a dogwood and hickory on Hood's line, thence S 43 W with his line pass [sic] his corner to two honey locust, thence S 30 E 124 poles to a double poplars and hickory, thence N 43 E to a white oak and two dogwoods, thence N 28 W to a white oak and beech, thence westwardly ... the bottem [?] to a black gum hickory and white walnut, thence N 28 W to the beginning containing 45 acres be the same more or less, with all the right title and appurtinances [sic] thereunto belonging, to have and to hold or in any wise appertaining thereunto and the said William for himself his heirs or assigns relinquish all right title claim or interest in or to the said lands and premises, and will warrant and forever defend the same against himself his heirs or assigns and all other persons whatever in fee simple, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal. William Hagans SEAL

Kentucky ...ct.

I the clerk of the county of Allen in the state of Kentucky, certify that the within deed from William Hagans to John Hagans was produced to me in my office on the 18th day of September 1828 and acknowledged by the said William Hagans the grantor to be his act and deed, and on the same day Elizabeth Hagan, wife of the grantor, was examined by me separate and apart from her said husband, the deed being read and explained to her, she freely and voluntarily relinquished all dower to said lands, without any threats or persuasions of her husband, and the same is recorded. David Walker

Spouse: Elizabeth SMITH. Wlliam HAGANS and Elizabeth SMITH were married about 1800.

Children were:

John Smith HAGANS,
was born on 5 Mar 1801 in Kentucky. From E. B. Hagans, "Hagans" 1769 to 1887, p. 9:
John S. Hagans and wife with their only son Alfred came to Cala and settled in Sonoma Co. in the year 1853, where soon after, Alfred married Miss Mary Hall, also of Sonoma Co. Parents: Wlliam HAGANS and Elizabeth SMITH.
Spouse: Rebecca COOK. Children were: Alfred Huddleston HAGANS, Albert HAGANS, Katherine HAGANS.

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Samuel Campbell HAGANS,

Samuel Campbell HAGANS1 was born on 18 Jan 1805. He died about 1855 in Boone Co., MO. From E. B. Hagans, "Hagans" 1769 to 1887, p. 5, died leaving a wife and seven children in Boone Co., MO.

From Allen County Kentucky (Order Book) Day Book 1826-1837, by Martha W. Jackson (Scottsville, KY, 1992):

p. 50. April Term 1829: MILLINGTON ALLEN is appointed surveyor of the precinct of the road Beginning on the East side of EDWARD THACKERs plantation thence to the county line and the following hands are assigned said surveyor, CAMPBELL HAGAN, LEVY HAGAN, JOHN RAGLAND, RAGIL SPENCER, JOHN CLARKE, BENJ. JACKSON, JOHN ALLEN, JOHN GILLS, WILKINS RAY, JAS PIKINS assist said surveyor in keeping said road in repair according to law.

p. 135. October County Court 1833: Ordered that CAMPBELL HAGAN, THO SUTTON, JNO SPILLMAN AND BENJA. GOODRUM or any three after being first sworn do inventory and appraise the slaves and personal estate of WILL SMITH decd. and report to the court. P307.

p. 159. Scottville April Term 1835: Ordered that GRIFFIN WRIGHT be appointed surveyor of the precinct of the public road leading from Scottville to Russellville beginning at the forks of the road at EDWARD THACKERs thence to the county line and that CLAYTON RAY, WILKINS RAY, SAML WILLOBY and hands, HINTON WILLOBY, HADEN HARMON, WILL DAVIS, WILL RICHARDS, WILL RUSSELL, ____ RUSSELL, CAMPBELL HAGAN, HUGH S. HAGAN, HENRY ____ HAGAN, JNO ADAMS, MOSSES WATTS, ZACH SMITH, OBED SMITH, WASH BENBROOK? and hands, JARRETT WRIGHT and hands, ELIJAH HARRIS, ROBERT HARRIS, JAMES CUMMINS, LEVI HAGAN assist said surveyor to keep said road in repair 15 feet wide according to law.

p. 162. Scottville July Term 1835: ELIZABETH ADAMS widow of JOHN ADAMS decd. appeared in court and announced her right of administrating on her decd. husbands estate, letters of administration is granted to CAMBELL HAGAN upon his entering into bond with JNO HAGAN his security in the penalty of $500 conditioned according to law.

p. 165: October Term 1835: Ordered that LEVI HAGAN, CAMPBELL HAGAN, GREEN GRAHAM and EDWARD THACKER or any three after being first sworn do Inventory and appraise the personal estate and slaves if any of JOHN H. CLARK Decd. and report to the court.

p. 168: Scottville December Term 1835: Ordered that DAVID STRAIT, NATHAN K. POPE, JOHNSON POE & CAMBELL HAGAN or any three after being first sworn do inventory and appraise the personal estate and slaves if any of WILLIAM HOOD decd. and report to the court. Parents: Wlliam HAGANS and Elizabeth SMITH.

Spouse: Elizabeth SHIRLEY. Samuel Campbell HAGANS and Elizabeth SHIRLEY were married on 28 May 1825 in Warren Co., KY.

Children were:
Lucinda HAGANS,
Samuel HAGANS,
Eliza HAGANS,
Serina HAGANS,
Clara HAGANS,
Jack HAGANS.
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William Boyd HAGANS,

was born on 23 Sep 1807 in Kentucky. He died on 18 Jan 1881 in Ukiah, Mendocino Co., CA. BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI

287 William B. HAGENS 42 Male Farmer $800 Kentucky
Lucinda HAGENS 44 Female Kentucky
Allen HAGENS 20 Male Illinois
Anderson HAGENS 18 Male Illinois
Cynthia HAGENS 16 Female Illinois
Wallace HAGENS 12 Male Illinois
Edwin HAGENS 9 Male Missouri

Spouse: Lucinda COCKRILL. William Boyd HAGANS and Lucinda COCKRILL were married on 21 Mar 1828 in Allen Co., KY.

Children were:
Oscar Fits Allen HAGANS,
William Anderson HAGANS,
Cynthia Blackburn HAGANS,
Lafayette HAGANS,
Wallace Montgomery HAGANS,
Edwin Ruthren Bruce HAGANS,
Mary Frances HAGANS.


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James HAGANS,

was born on 8 Oct 1809. He died in Mount Ayre, Iowa. From E. B. Hagans, "Hagans" 1769 to 1887, p. 6:
Moved to Mount Ayre, Iowa, where he died. We are not able to learn if he was ever married.

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Hugh C. HAGANS,
was born on 19 Jun 1814

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Nancy A. HAGANS,

was born on 31 Jul 1816. She died in Wapella, Louisa Co., Iowa

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Clarissa A. HAGANS.

was born about 1824. She died on 14 Dec 1914 in Mendocino, CA. From E. B. Hagans, "Hagans" 1769 to 1887, p. 6, married at her brother's house in Bates Co.:
To them at their fine home in Pappinsville, were born nine children of whom but four reached maturity...

First husband murdered. Also, outlived her second husband and supposedly moved to Covela, CA.
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Spouse: F. F. EDDY. F. F. EDDY and Clarissa A. HAGANS were married about 1846 in Bates Co., MO.
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Spouse: Shadra K. GREENE.

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I Belive this Jean Hamilton family that married HUGH HAGANS [Below]

Hamilton, John W: 30 July 1801/ P: January 1802 Wife, Sarah; Daughter, Balsher Hamilton; Sons, James Hamilton and Robert Hamilton; Daughter, Jean Hamilton; Son, John, Exe.; Witnesses: Keys, William Hays Pg21

-------- BEGIN JOHN HAGGINS/HAGANS Last Will & Test [BELOW]

Barren County Will Book 1 1800-

Haggins, John W: 11 April 1806/ P: October, 1806 Wife, Elizabeth; ... Sons, James Hamilton and Robert Hamilton; Daughter, Jean Hamilton; Son, John, Exe.; ...
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JOHN HAGGINS

[Aka: Other Sepllings] HAGGANS /HAGANS / Hagins / HIGGINS /HOGGINS

Please Note; Spellings From His Last Will & Test

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www.barrencoky.com/Wills/Wills1800-18.htm Barren Co., KY -------- Will Book 1 1800-1818

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In the name of God Amen. And in the year of our Lord God one thousand eight hundred and six

I John Higgins husbandman of the county of Barren, state of Kentucky, being in a low state of health but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God, therefore and calling to mind the

mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all to die, do make and ordain this as my last will and testament, viz first and principally of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and

my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my executors to be hereafter mentioned and as touching such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with this life I devise and bequeath in the manner and form following, viz Imprimis

I do give devise and bequeath unto my truly and well beloved wife Elizabeth Higgins one bed and clothing with the household furniture to be at her disposal, also two milk cows and a year old steer, also one third of what remains of my estate not hereafter bequeathed.

Item I give, devise and bequeath unto my Eldest son Hugh Higgins one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Mary King one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Margret Wright one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Isable Boyd one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath to Eleanor Higgins one cow and calf.

Item I do give devise and bequeath to Elizabeth McCulloch one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto William Hoggins one dollar.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Samuel Haggins my house Bible & burket [?]one the new Testament.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto John Hoggans two cows which he owed by contract and my saddle.

Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Agness Findly one dollar.

It is further my will and pleasure that one hundred acres of wood land lying on the ridge between Samuel Boyd and George Findly be sold by my executors and the money arising therefrom to pay the former legacies and the remainder together with the debts due to me, a third to my wife as before mentioned, the other two parts to my daughter Eleanor Haggins and I do by these presents nominate constitue [sic] and appoint as executors of this my last will and testament my trusty and well beloved sons William and Samuel Haggans disallowing of all others at any time heretofore met...

and I do by these presents utterly disallow disanul [sic] and revoke all other wills or legacies by me formerly made other [sic] by work of mouth or writing ratifying and confirming this and this only as my last will and testament. In witness whereof hereunto set my hand and seal this 11th of April one thousand eight hundred and six.

N. B. the words Haggans six lines above entered before signed.

Signed, sealed and delivered as my last will and testament in the

presence of the subscribing witnesses James Findley, George Findley

John [his mark] Haggins (SEAL)

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Barren County. To wit October County Court 1806

The foregoing writing purporting to be the last will of John Hogins deceased was produced in court and George Finley one of the subscribing witnesses being sworn deposeth that the said John Haggans did in his presence deliver the said writing as his last will & that he believe him to be in his proper sense & memory when he did it & again at a court held for said county the 17th day November & year aforesaid, James Finly the other subscribing witness being sworn deposeth that the said John Haggins did in his presence deliver the said writing as his will and that he believes he was in his proper sense when he did the same & thereupon the said writing was ordered to be recorded as the true last will & testament of the said John Haggins Dec'd.


Test. W. Logan----Hagan?, Clk

Further Info can be provided

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THE LINEAGE OF: ELIZABETH CAMPBELL

ELIZABETH CAMPBELL: G-FATHER WAS:CAMPBELL, SAMUEL

Derry Twp. December 17, 1745 November 3, 1747 Wife: (name omitted). Children: William, James, John, Hugh and Thomas. Grandchildren: Elizabeth and Samuel (children of Hugh). Ex.: Hugh HAGANS and William Campbell.

? CAMPBELL, SAMUEL. Pottsgrove Twp., Montgomery Co. December 9, 1817. April 8, 1823. Provision for wife Mary, "provided she signs deed for land sold to my son John." Remainder of estate to children and gr.child, viz: Hannah, Nancy, Rowland, George, Sarah, Michael, Kezia, and gr.dau. Elizabeth, dau. of my dau. Elizabeth, December'd. Executors: Philip Boyer Jr., and Peter Bastress Jr., of New Hanover Twp. Wits: Benjamin Markely, George Nyce, Jr. Letters c t a to Mary Campbell, the Exrs. renouncing


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ELIZABETH CAMPBELL: FATHER WAS: HUGH CAMPBELL


BACKGROUND On:

Hugh CAMPBELL was born about 1701. He died on 25 Oct 1772 in New London Twp, Chester Co., PA. He was buried in New London Presbyterian Church.

Name: Hugh CAMPBELL
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1701 in Probably northern Ireland
Death: 23 OCT 1772 in New London Twp, Chester Co., PA
Burial: New London Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Occupation: Planter
Note:

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About 1700 - Born probably in northern Ireland

Lived at New London, New London Twp, Chester Co., PA

03 Nov 1747 - Named as executor and beneficiary in his father's will along with his six children

1765 - Listed in New London Twp on the Chester Co, PA Provincial tax rolls

22nd Of Jan; In The Year of Our Lord 1770 - Wrote his will at New London Twp, Chester Co., PA naming his wife Margaret Campbell; daughters Elisabeth Hagans, Isabel King, Mary Campbell; sons John, Samuel, William, Thomas and Benjamin; grandson Hugh Hagans; niece Elizabeth Jordan; named executors wife Margaret and sons John and Thomas

07 Sep 1772 - Signed his will in presence of witnesses

10 Dec 1772 - His last will and testament was proved


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NOTE; John HAGGIN FORT was also Known As TRiGG FORT

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COPIED FROM A MANUSCRIPT LOANED BY MISS MARY TRIGG, THE PAPER SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN WRITTEN BY ONE A. H. CAMPBELL, GREAT-GREAT-GRANDSON OF HUGH CAMPBELL,

THE SUBJECT OF THE SKETCH.

Hugh Campbell settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania, at New London Cross Roads. His wife's name was Margaret, but her family name is not known, neither is the date of their marriage known. Their children, of whom we have record, are John, William, Benjamin, Thomas, Isabella and another daughter who was born about 1726, and who, after residing in North Carolina, moved to Madison County, Kentucky, then to Tennessee, then back to Kentucky. She married Hugh Hagan, and their son, Hugh Hagan, married Margaret Burns; his second wife was Jean Hamilton. His sister married Samuel Boyd.

Children of Hugh & Margaret
1. Isabella CAMPBELL, daughter of Hugh CAMPBELL, married William KING. They had 6 children; but three lived. Their home was in Lyecoming Co. PA. ...

2. Benjamin CAMPBELL was b. at New London Cross Rds., Chester CO. PA.; Married Mary ADAIR, Jan. 30, 1775, and settled in Hagarstown, MD. Mary ADAIR was b. in Belfast, Ireland, Mar. 5, 1759; d. July 6, 1833, at Uniontown, PA., Benjamin CAMPBELL d. at Uniontown, PA. in 1843.



Residence: New London
Date:________________ Prove Date: 10 Dec 1772 Remarks:

Hugh Campbell. New London. Jan. 22, 1770. Dec. 10, 1772. (d. Oct 25, 1772, bur. at New London Presbyterian Church, aged 71.) Provides for wife Margaret. To daughter Elizabeth Hagans 10 shillings. To son John my right to the plantation of 100 acres now in his possession. To son Samuel 20 shillings. To son William £10. To son Thomas my right of that plantation I now live on paying certain legacies. To daughter Isabel King 10 shillings. To daughter Mary Campbell £50. To son Benjamin £30. To grandson Hugh Hagans £10. To niece Elizabeth Jordan £2. Executors: Wife Margaret and sons John and Thomas. Letters to sons, wife renouncing.



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wills 1772-3.txt [Wills] ... Presbyterian Church, aged 71.) Provides for wife Margaret. To daughter Elizabeth Hagans 10 shillings. To son John my right to the plantation of 100 acres ...Terms matched: 1 - Score: 4 - 21 Jun 2008 - URL: http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/chester/wills/wills1772-3.txt

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Wills: Abstracts and Administrations 1713-1825: Chester Co, PA (Proved 1772-3)

Chester County Will Abstracts and Administrations 1713-1825

NOTE: some pages numbers added if not abstracted to aid in location of the will abstract. Admins are in groups and filed by date.
--- INDEX Wills Proved 1772-3.

CAMPBELL, HUGH. New London. December 10, 1772.

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CAMPBELL, HUGH. New London. December 10, 1772.


CAMPBELL, HUGH. New London. January 22, 1770. December 10, 1772. (d. October 25, 1772, bur. at New London Presbyterian Church, aged 71.)
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Provides for wife Margaret Campbell.
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To daughter Elizabeth Hagans 10 shillings.
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To son John Campbell ; my right to the plantation of 100 acres now in his possession.
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To son Samuel Campbell 20 shillings.
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To son William Campbell £10.
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To son Thomas Campbell my right of that plantation


I now live on paying certain legacies.


To daughter Isabel King 10 shillings.
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To daughter Mary Campbell £50.
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To son Benjamin Campbell £30.
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To grandson Hugh Hagans £10.
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To niece Elizabeth Jordan £2.
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Executors: Wife Margaret and sons John and Thomas.



Letters to sons, wife renouncing. Wit: Joseph Moore, John Menough.

John & Elizabeth {Campbell} Haggins : were married in PA



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______________________NOTE LISTING SAMUEL BOYD

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER. Londonderry.
March 1, 1766. April 19, 1774.

Provides for wife Elizabeth.

To son John 1/3 personal estate and all real estate at wife's decease.

To daughter Elizabeth Campbell remaining 1/3 of personal estate
and £40 to be paid by son John.

To grandson Alexander Campbell who now lives with me, £20 at 21.

To daughter Janet Campbell £5.

To wife remaining time of"" Samuel Boyd ""who now lives with me.


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Spouse: Rev. Samuel BOYD. Rev. Samuel BOYD and Isabella HAGANS were married on 12 Dec 1785 in Chester Co., SC.

Children were:
James BOYD,
John Campbell BOYD,
William BOYD,
Elizabeth BOYD,
Samuel K. BOYD,
Laird BOYD, Robert BOYD,
Martha BOYD, Mary (Polly) BOYD,
Isabella BOYD.

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Samuel Boyd javascript:void(0) javascript:void(0)
Samuel Boyd is buried in the old cemetery at Jacksonburg Christian church in Jacksonburg, Indiana. The Boyd plot is located at the west end (far end from ...
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Directions To The Grave Of Samuel Boyd
Samuel Boyd is buried in the old cemetery at Jacksonburg Christian church in Jacksonburg, Indiana. The Boyd plot is located at the west end (far end from church building) of the cemetery. Grave is facing west.
GPS Coordinates
N39º 51.027' x W085º 06.452'
Grave Facing West
Accuracy to 15ft

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History of Wayne County, Indiana By Inter-state Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.)


Isabella Higgins, wife of Samuel Boyd And Son:
Samuel K. Boyd -- Their Story

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History of Wayne County, Indiana: Together with Sketches of Its ... - Google Books Result javascript:void(0) javascript:void(0)
by Inter-state Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.) - 1884
The first church in Jacksonburg and also in the township, ... Joseph Shank, William Boyd, RL Leeson, Mary Graham, Samuel and Isabella Boyd, Sarah, William, ...
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History of Wayne County, Indiana By Inter-state Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.)
AND OTHER EXAMBLES BELOW OF THE BOYD'S FAMILY

Page 319
42, F. & AM, was organized in May, 1847, with Francis King, WM ; Samuel Boyd, SW ; Martin M. Ray, JW; John Prichett, Sec. There are no records of its ...

Page 324
In 1811 his parents, Samuel and Isabel (Higgins) Boyd, came with a family of nine children to Wayne County, and settled on the ...

Page 325
They built a small cabin, 18x24, and went to work to clear up a farm. Samuel Boyd served as a soldier in the Revolutionary war ...

Page 346
They were the parents of eleven children — John W., died in infancy; Olive, wife of JW Boyd, of Newton, 111.; Caleb W.; William S. , of Kansas City, Mo.; ...

Page 373
... built a saw-mill two miles below Washington, and afterward sold it to Samuel Boyd, who, about the year 1855, also built a grist-mill at the same place. ...

Page 468
Mr. Boyd and wife have had seven children — Leonidas, who died at the age of thirteen months; Arthur, died at the age of twenty-two years; Elizabeth C., ...

Page 469
Our subject's grandfather, Samuel Boyd, was a native of North Carolina, but afterward lived in Ohio.' He then moved to Kentucky, where our subject's father ...

Page 475
Ho was married Oct. 18, 1838, to Louisa, daughter of Joseph and Patsey (Boyd) Lewis. They had six children — Martin; Lorinda (deceased), wife of Jacob ...

Page 476
He was married in September, 1866, to Josephine S., daughter of Joseph and Patsey (Boyd) Lewis, the former a native of North Carolina, and the latter of ...

Page 492
The fort was on the ground of Henry Brown, now owned by Benjamin Clark, a mile west of Jacksonburg, and was built by Samuel Boyd and his sons, Samuel K., ...

Page 493
... Samuel and William Boyd, on land owned by Joseph Lewis, of Green Township; James Ralston and John Shank, on land owned by Martin Worl; Joseph Charles, ...

Page 494
Lewis Hosier settled early south of school section, on the quarter owned by AM Hosier, J. Boyd, and A. Bond ; Thomas •Reynolds, from New Jersey, ...

Page 496
Among his successors were Dr. Leggett, Dr. Taylor; in 1849 Dr. Samuel S. Boyd, later of Dublin, and John R. Mauk. Ezekiel Leavell is supposed to have been ...

Page 499
... wife of WK Boyd. Mrs. Beard died Feb. 11, 1871. Mr. Beard was one of the first Trustees of Harrison Township and filled that position a number of years. ...

Page 518
He married, in 1819, Susan Scott, daughter of Alexander Scott, and is the father of thirteen children. In 1857 John Boyd sold his ...

Page 525
Its owners are Abiram Boyd, JK Smith, LT Boyd and JA Boyd. Mr. Abiram Boyd is President and JK Smith, Cashier. Its responsibility is placed at $200000 and ...

Page 536
The present Elders of the church are Dr. SS Boyd and Sanford Wilson. Meetings were first held in other churches and the town hall. ...

Page 538
A. Griffey, MZ Carmony, Abner D. Crull, Wm. J. Hicks, AG Compton, JN Gilbert, SS Boyd, SS Wilson and Amos Huddleston. The present membership, forty-one. ...

Page 546
James Boyd died in 1862. Abiram Boyd has followed farming the greater part of his life, residing in the township where he was born until 1876. ...

Page 547
Nancy Boyd died in 1874 while on a visit in New York State. James Alonzo £&yd, only son of Abiram and Nancy Boyd, was born near ...

Page 548
William Boyd, deceased, was a native of Kentucky, born in 1791, and came to Indiana with his parents in 1811. He was married in this county to Polly Owens, ...

Page 549
Samuel Boyd. Soon after his marriage Mr. Bradbury bought a tannery, which he carried on fourteen years. ...

Page 573
They had seven children — John, Peter, Andrew T., Margaret, who married Adam Rader and died in 1881; Catharine, wife of Philander Boyd, of Greenfield, ...

Page 757
A. Boyd Post, No. 129, GAE, Dublin, Ind. John Wallace was born in Virginia and reared in Kentucky. In 1811 he came to Wayne County, Ind., and selected land ...

Page 766
They constructed the first patent kiln for burning lime in Indiana, and in 1860 Mr. Boyd and Amos Cook engaged in the manufacture of lime at New Paris, ...

Page 771
... mercantile business from 1864 till 1867, with Robert Cox and JC Boyd, under the firm name of Cox & Boyd, and during this time he was also Postmaster. ...

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He was a democrat and like Andrew Jackson, he stood firmly against the United States Banks. ... They moved from Tennessee and settled in Madison County, Kentucky. .... Samuel Boyd, his oldest son, lived in Hagerstown and was killed by a ...





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They had three children — Joseph, of Illinois; Celia, wife of JC Boyd, and Elvira, who died in infancy. Mr. Cox was again married in 1840 to Narcissa, ...





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