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Where did Jesse Holt Lester's ( of Mercer Co., KY) daughters end up at ?
Posted by: Betty Braden (ID *****9721) Date: May 30, 2009 at 21:47:36
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I have done well tracing his 2 sons (Obadiah -my gg-grandfather and Erasmus) lines down several generations, but his daughters are a puzzle.

Rachel Caroline Lester born abt 1812 married Henry CHEATHAM in Washington Co., KY on 13 Dec 1842. She died between the birth of her daughter Amanda in 1853 and the 1860 census. Henry was married first to Sarah McIntyre 1829, and then married for the 3rd time to a Caroline Lowber 1861. Have not found him after ther 1880 census. Their children were: Susan C., Obadiah, Emily Jane, Jesse, and Amanda Belle. He had 5 other kids with Sarah. WHERE are they buried????

Rhoda Lester born abt 1814 died after 1880 census, married to a William W. LEONARD born (abt 1812) 23 Nov 1833 in Mercer Co., KY. Their children were: Erasmus, Rachel, Stephen D, John, James R., Susan Deborah, Obadiah, William G., Sarah C., Judy Ann, and Charles C. WHERE are they buried??????

Susan Lester born abt 1817 married 03 June 1833 in Mercer Co., KY to a Samuel SIMPSON born abt 1815. Alive on the 1880 census. Children were: Jeese, Obadiah, John, Alexznder, Sara, William H., Rhoda, James F., and Jacob.
WHERE are they buried?????????????????????



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