Thank you for posting this information! I am a descendant of Adam BRUNER,
Sr., Adam BRUNER, Jr. and Nicholas RICE who are mentioned in the records
Alice, I received your message about Catherine BRUNER. I have lots of
Catherine's but only one about that time period. I will e-mail you
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From: "Brenda Duckers" <bduckers(a)kc.rr.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 20, 2003 7:43 PM
Subject: Re: [KYBRECKI] Beghtol/Bruner
Beghdol (Bectol, Pectol) Peter
County Court Minute Book 2, May 19, 1817, page 232
Ordered that Richard McGill, Henry Peckenpaugh, Peter Pectol and Adam
Bruner, Jr. or any three of them being duly sworn do view and make a road
the nearest and best way from Adam Bruner, Jr. mill to Hardinsburg and
report thereof agreeably to law. [page 140 Volume III]
January 19, 1818, page 269
On the motion and application of Adam Bruner for leave to open a road from
Hardinsburg to his mill on Dorret's fork of Hardins creek, ordered that
Peter Beghdol, Henry Peckenpaugh, Adam Bruner, Jr. and Richard McGill or
three of them being duly sworn do view the nearest and best way from
Hardinsburg to said mill and make report thereof according to law.
[page 165 Volume III]
February 16, 1818, page 275
A view of a road leading from Adam Bruner's saw mill to Hardinsburg was
and exhibited in court endorsed on the copy of the order appointing
viewers in form following: According to an order of the Breckinridge
court to us directed, we the under signed have proceeded to view a
nearest and best way from Bruner's saw mill to Hardinsburg and
find it as
follows, towit, Beginning at the saw mill thence between Adam Bruner Sr.
Adam Bruner, Jr., thence through Henry Peckenpaugh's plantation
house on the left hand, thence to Richard McGill's leaving him to
thence to the two-mile tree on the road leading from Hardinsburg to
mouth of Salt river. Given under our hands this 16th day of February 1818
signed Adam BRUNER, Peter PECTOL, Henry PECKENPAUGH, Richard MCGILL.
before Nelson Jolly J.P.
Ordered that the same be established a road agreeably to the above report
and that Adam Bruner, Jr. be and is hereby appointed surveyor of the same
and that all the male laboring persons above the age of 16 years be and
are hereby allotted the said overseer as hands to open said road 15
[page 169 Vol. III]
November 16, 1819 pages 94 to 96
Fines assessed by Nathan D. Anderson, Esq. and not collected;
Peter Bectol and execution put into the hands of Isaac Dehaven for
[page 247 Vol. III]
County Court minute Book 3, page 227, August 20, 1821
On the motion of Wilbert Barlow, it is ordered that Peter Bectol, Edward
Rawlings, Micajah Dowell and Obediah Basham or any three of them being
sworn do view and mark a road the nearest and best way from said
mill to Hardinsburg and make report thereof agreeably to law.
[page 320 Volume III]
September 17th, 1821, page 242
The viewers appointed by a former order of this court to view and mark a
road the nearest and best way from Wilbert Barlow's mill to Hardinsburg,
made there report as follows towit; the said road will cross Sinking Creek
about 60 yards below said mill, thence through Mr. Huston's land about one
mile thence through Edward Rawling's land about one half mile, thence
through Robert Thomas's land about 30 poles, thence through Peter Pectol's
land about 50 poles and at that place it intersects the road from said
Pectol's mill to Hardinsburg and we report accordingly to our opinion and
believe this to be the proper way for a road from said mill to said town.
signed Peter Bectol, Edward Rawlings, Micajah Dowel
Sworn before William Moorman, J.P.
[page 329 Vol III]
Marriage Records, Breckinridge County, Kentucky 1800 - 1857
compiled from existing copies first marriage book, ministers bonds, bible
records.....early marriage books destroyed by fire
October 22, 1842. Silas Beghtol to Lucinda Robertson. By James Taylor
[page 234 Vol I]
February 23, 1804, Peter Pectol to Catherine Bruner.
[page 194 Vol I]
Beghtol see Pectol
County Court Records Book 1, April 21, 1806, page 264
Grand Jury empaneled and sworn, to include THOMAS OWENS, foreman, BARNARD
SYMS, ISAAC GREEN, CHARLES CROOMS, HOPKINS MATTHEWS, JOSEPH KINCHELOE,
NICHOLAS RICE, WILLIAM MONTAGUE, BENJAMIN A. PATE, EBENESOR PATTEN, JOHN
FRANK, SR., GEORGE FRANK, PETER PECTOL, BARNEY MILLER, JAMES HAMILTON,
LAWSON, THOMAS BROWN, SR., ROBERT MCNEELY, ADAM BARE, COONRAD
[page 53 Volume I]
April 25, 1806, pages 310-311
Jury selected to include Peter Pectol etc.
[page 63 Volume I]
Monday April 20, 1807, page 372
Grand Jury empaneled to include Peter Pectol
[page 78 Volume I]
Breckinridge County Deed Book A , June 16, 1801 pages 37 and 38
William Kelso, Clerk of the County Court and John Pectol, infant orphan of
Henry Pectol, deceased, to Samuel Stuckey.
In obediance to an order of the County Court ordering County Clerk to bind
said John Pectol apprentice to Samuel Stuckey during his minority to learn
the tanner's trade, to age 21, which will be on April 5, 1807, "to make
as perfect in the said act or mystery of a Tanner as possible"
provide "good and sufficient meat, drink, apparel, washing, lodging and
other things suitable for an apprentice."
Recorded July 6, 1801
[page 135 Volume 1]
The above Volumes are from a series of 5 Volumes
Breckinridge County Records
Michael L. Cook C.G. and Bettie A. Cummings Cook C.G.
3318 Wimberg Ave
Evansville, Indiana 47720
1830 Census of Breckinridge shows
I could not find Beghtol/Pectol in any of the cemetery books of
Brenda in Kansas City
----- Original Message -----
From: "DC & Alice Allen" <dcaallen(a)pacifier.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2003 10:47 PM
Subject: [KYBRECKI] Beghtol/Bruner
> Looking for information on the Beghtol & Bruner families in early
Breckinridge Co. KY
> I have Peter Beghtol, born 16 Aug 1782, married first Catherine Bruner 8
Mar 1804 in Breckinridge Co.
> No other information on Catherine.
> Peter married (2nd) Polly Ann Bruner 13 Oct 1816. Only information I
on Polly is an "about 1790" birthdate. Polly apparently
died before 1834,
as Peter married a third time, to Sarah Ann Evans.
> Peter Beghtol & Polly Ann Bruner were my husband's 3 gg grandparents,
am just beginning research on these lines. Any information would be
appreciated regarding parents & siblings for both Peter Beghtol & Polly
& Catherine Bruner, as well as birth & death dates for
Catherine & Polly
> Alice Allen
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