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Looking for this tree--JAMES H SAMPLEY born in Perry county, Indiana about
1851. Father born Perry co., In, mother born Grayson co., Ky. Took out
marriage bond on Nov 11, 1872. Bride to be MARY ELLEN NEVITT born about 1855
in Breckinridge co., Ky. To be married at the home of James Quiggins in
Breckinridge co., Ky on Nov 13, 1872. Surety is Dudley Fraize. County clerk
is F Fraize. The 1880 census of Breckinridge Co., Ky lists the following:
SAMPLEY, JAMES H 29
MARY E 24 wife
JOHN W 6
OSCAR D 2
WAVY E 7/12
This is from another source: I (unknown who I is) was in touch a few years
back with Mary Bell of New Castle, Indiana. Her parents were Oscar Dee
Sampley and Rosa Elizabeth McFall. Mary said that her father had one brother
Wavy Sampley and a sister Pearl.I wondered if they connected with our
Alabama Sampleys but did not find a link.She thought her fathers father was
Henry. She mentioned the fiery red hair in this Sampley family.
Some info that I have is that James D Sampley, Jr., born 1852, married Mary
Ellen Nevitt. His father, James D. Sampley (married Judy Julia Casey, and
that he was the son of Thomas. )
Searching for SPENCER, FRANK, BLOXAM
> KYBRECKI-D Digest Volume 00 : Issue 33
> Today's Topics:
> #1 BRUNER / RICE / CLAYCOMB / ARMES a ["Janice Chastain Lund" <genhelp@wo]
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> Subject: BRUNER / RICE / CLAYCOMB / ARMES and allied families
> Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 09:32:03 -0700
> From: "Janice Chastain Lund" <genhelp(a)worldnet.att.net>
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> Reposting my surnames in hopes some new members of the "family" are online.
> My ancestors, the BRUNERS / ARMES & RICE families left Breckinridge in early
> 1800's for Indiana and Illinois. Would love to correspond with any
> "cousins" out there!
> Thanks, Jan Lund
Good luck, and thanks for leading the charge.
Reposting my surnames in hopes some new members of the "family" are online.
My ancestors, the BRUNERS / ARMES & RICE families left Breckinridge in early
1800's for Indiana and Illinois. Would love to correspond with any
"cousins" out there!
Thanks, Jan Lund
I brand new to the list. I hope someone can help me.
I am looking for anyone who is connected with the SWALLOW, SWALLOWS, or
I am looking for Joe SWALLOWS born 1848. He lived in Logan County Kentucky
about 1870-1918. Family lore says his father came from England or Ireland.
The family below fits that description and time period. I'm hoping to find
a sibling of Joes. If anyone knows the where abouts of any of the SWALLOWS
descendants please contact me.
Kentucky Census 1850 Breckinridge County, KY
Young 29 M Mer. Sailor? born: England
Caroline 25 F born England
Sally A. 5 F born: N. York
John W. 2 M born: Indiana
Looking for information about James HALLY/HALLEY listed as a Doctor in 1850 census for Breckinridge County KY. Census also lists Sally A, William H, Sarah, James D, George B, and Francis. I believe all moved to AR later.
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