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GENEALOGY PROVERBS I'VE HEARD/READ AND BORROWED
Can a first cousin, once removed, return?
Cemetery: (n) A marble orchard not to be taken for granite.
Crazy ... is a relative term in MY family.
Genealogy: Chasing your own tale!
Genealogy: It's all relative in the end anyway.
Genealogy: Tracing yourself back to better people.
I trace my family history so I will know who to blame.
It's hard to be humble with ancestors like mine!
Life takes it's toll. Have exact change ready!
Searching for lost relatives? Win the Lottery!
That's strange; half my ancestors are WOMEN!
Do I even WANT ancestors? Some I found I wish I could lose.
Every family tree has some sap in it.
FLOOR: (n) The place for storing your priceless genealogy records.
Friends come and go, but relatives tend to accumulate.
Genealogists live in the past lane.
Genealogists never die, they just loose their roots.
Genealogy: A hay stack full of needles. It's the threads I need.
Genealogy: Collecting dead relatives and sometimes a live cousin!
Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living.
Heredity: Everyone believes in it until their children act like fools!
I looked at my family tree ... there were two dogs using it.
I think my family tree is a few branches short of full bloom.
Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards.
My ancestors are hiding in a witness protection program.
My family tree is a few branches short!
Research: What I'm doing, when I don't know what I'm doing.
Take nothing but ancestors, leave nothing but records.
Theory of relativity: If you go back far enough, we're all related.
"May you ask the right question of the right person at the right time."
"Genealogy it's not just a hobby, it's a way of life
I've got lots of Herrington info. Which line are you looking for? My
bunch are originally from Nicholas County. My g-g grandparents were Daniel
and Adalaide Fryman Herrington and their son, Peter, (born about 1848)
was my g-grandfather. Any connection?
From: hunts [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 7:16 PM
Subject: [KYNICHOL] hello
hello new to this list i am researching the following names
if you have info i will gladly share with you
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"Forbidden fruit creates many jams"
My gg grndfthr Jacob Myers [1792-1872] lived mostly in Bath Co. Ky. but also
lived in Nicholas Co. He was born in Fayette Co. Pa. I am trying to find
siblings if there were any and his parents. He married Lucy Corbin in 1817
Bath Co. They had eight children: Lewis b. 1818; Eliza b. 1820; Lindsey
or Linsey b. 1824; Milton b. 1828; Narcissa b. 1830; George b. 1833;
Nancy b. 1835 and William b. 1837. I have located all of the children's
families up to this date, with the exception of 4 people: Lida [Eliza],
Edgar and Mary who were children of Lindsey; and Mary, dau of George. Mary
Whaley. Lida m. James Wm. Sharp. Does anyone know of this family and
are we related in some way? The parents and siblings of Jacob are my brick
wall. Your help is appreciated.
Jane in Idaho
We Are Younger Than Our Classmates
While waiting for my first appointment in the reception room of a new
dentist, I noticed his certificate, which bore his full name.
Suddenly, I remembered that a tall, handsome boy with the same name had
been in my high school class some 40 years ago.
Upon seeing him, however, I quickly discarded any such thought. This
balding, gray-haired man with the deeply lined face was too old to have been
my classmate. After he had examined my teeth, I asked him if he had attended
the local high school.
"Yes," he replied.
"When did you graduate?" I asked.
He answered, "In 1962."
"Why, you were in my class!" I exclaimed.
He looked at me closely and then asked,
"What did you teach?"
I'm trying to locate Edgar Myers who was born in Nicholas Co. in 1874.
If anyone has access to the 1900 Census, would you please check
him out for me? He is listed probably as Ed or Edd Myers. He is listed on
the 1880 census with his parents and siblings.
Your help is most appreciated.
Jane in Idaho
Does anyone know anything about "Pleasant Valley School" from the 1830's?
My 3rd great, Geo. M. Campbell b.1793, was somehow involved with this school.
Thank You in advance,
On 15 Mar 2002, at 21:33, tom dougherty wrote:
> Is the Campbell your are researching from Nicholas Co.? If so, I would
> be interested.
Thomas Metcalfe Campbell, who married Margaret Lucinda Banta, was, I
think, from Nicholas County. They were grandparents of my grandmother.
He was born on 2 Jan 1832 to John Preston Campbell and Jane Lee Metcalfe
and was a Confederate officer in Morgan's Raiders. His brother John
was a Union officer.
John Preston Campbell's father was William Campbell and grandfather was
Nov 7, 1877, Dr. John F. Robinson signed the marriage bond of his
daughter, Mollie E. to Albert Myers. Albert was 24, a farmer and this
was his first marriage. Mollie waw 21 and it was her first marriage.
They both were born in Nicholas Co. Albert's parents were Lindsey and
Susan Ralls Myers. Is anyone familiar with these names? Are there
any Robinson's on this list who are working that line? Sure could use
some input here.
Jane in Idaho
I am so sorry you are not well. I didn't know you were in poor health. Hope
whatever it is, it gets better......and soon. You will be sorely missed. I
wish I could take it over,
but I tried to do a list once and don't have the technical ability to handle
it. You have to be able to do HTML and I can't. Keep in touch anyway.
I hate to see this, you have been a good list mom and we
all will miss you greatly.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeannie Dalrymple <motherd(a)theriver.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 4:28 PM
Subject: [KYNICHOL] adoptions
> Good afternoon every one,
> Because of health reasons I have decided to put my "children" up for
> adoption. So, If any of you are interested in adopting this list please
> contact me privately..
> Jeannie <>< list mom
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Good afternoon every one,
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Friday, glorious Friday! Here are the last bios for the week and hope you
can claim one of them! Have a wonderful weekend, see you Monday. I have no
connection and no futher information. Sandi
6921 BOONE CO - TERRILL,WILLIAM R - Terrill, Walton, Lloyd, Willis,
Elliott, Brown, Holton, Woodford, Peck, Grant, Vorball
6922 BOONE CO - WOOD, JOHN A - Wood, Douden, Sheets, Dudgeon, Crisler
6923 NICHOLAS CO - ATKINSON, WILLIAM S - Atkinson,Templeman, Stephenson,
6924 NICHOLAS CO - BURRIS, MARQUIS D L - Burris, Biddle, Brooks, Evans
6925 NICHOLAS CO - FEEBACK, JOHN T - Feeback, Richey, Baker, McDaniel
#6921: Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed.,
1887, Boone Co. WILLIAM R. TERRILL was born in Boone County, Ky., near Dry
Run, about three miles below Florence, April 20, 1854, and is the fourth of
ten children born to George W. Terrill and Amanda M. Terrill, the daughter
of Simeon Walton. George W. Terrill, a native of Boone County, has followed
farming and trading all his life, and is still a resident of Boone County.
He took sides with the South in the late contest, and bore the rank of
captain in John Morgan's command. He represented his native county in the
Legislature in 1870 and 1871. His wife died August 21, 1885. William R.
Terrill was brought up on the farm, and in early life attended the high
schools of Boone County. He went to school to Miss Ida Lloyd, and Lloyd (the
civil engineer), Miss Kate Willis, John Walton, Capt. Elliott, John Brown,
Prof. Holton, John Woodford, Prof. Cregg Peck, who is now surveyor in
Trimble, also J. Frank Grant and Alonzo Vorball, all of whom are the best of
teachers. In 1870 he entered college at Eminence, Ky. The next year he went
to Prof. Lowery, a graduate of Virginia University, who taught at
Petersburg. In 1872 he returned to Eminence College, and continued till
[sic] 1874. In 1875 he was examined for teacher, and taught one term at
Morgan Academy, at Burlington, and also taught at Petersburg. He then taught
mathematics and philosophy at Ghent College, in Carroll County, in 1877, and
in 1878 he was elected surveyor of Boone County, and served one term of four
years. In 1880 he commenced to carry the United States mail from Burlington
to Erlanger, and served in that capacity until 1884. He has followed
surveying and civil engineering, and does the greater part of the surveying
for Boone County. He owns some valuable property in Florence, and also runs
a livery stable. He is a member of the Christian Church. Politically he is
#6922: Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed.,
1887, Boone Co. JOHN A. WOOD, M. D., was born in Boone County, Ky., March 6,
1833. He was one of eleven children born to Horatio R. and Martha D. Wood.
Horatio R. Wood was born in Maryland, and was a son of Eli Wood, who
immigrated to Kentucky at an early date, settled at Washington, Mason
County, and afterward moved to Boone County. Horatio R. Wood was a farmer
and trader. His wife was Martha Douden, daughter of Capt. John Douden, of
Mason County, Ky., who was an officer in the war of 1812. John A. Wood was
brought up on the farm, and received a common-school education. At the age
of twenty he commenced the study of medicine with Dr. B. M. Crisler, of
Boone County, and in 1854 entered the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati,
where he graduated in 1857. He then located at South Fork, in Gallatin
County, and afterward practiced at Warsaw for five years. In 1874 he moved
to his present location, Boone Springs, Boone County. In 1857 he was married
to Miss Delia Sheets, a daughter of Andrew and Maca (Dudgeon)
Sheets, of Boone County. To this union have been born five children, viz:
Cornelius K., Mattie D., Horatio F., Ruth and Willie T.; the latter died in
infancy. Mr. Wood is a member of the F. & A. M., also the I.O.O.F.
Politically he is a Democrat. He is a member of the Christian Church. His
wife is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
#6923: History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky,
ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 787.
[Nicholas County] [Union Precinct] WILLIAM S. ATKINSON, farmer, P. O.
Moorefield, was born in Nicholas County, Aug. 2, 1858, and is a son of
Albert and Maria (Templeman) Atkinson. He was born in Nicholas County March
12, 1834; was a farmer by occupation, and died April 30, 1864. His wife was
born in Bath County Oct. 25, 1840, and is still living. The result of their
union was three children, of whom our subject was the eldest. He was
educated in the common schools of Nicholas County, and commenced his career
in life as a farmer. He was married in Aberdeen, O. [sic], Dec. 29, 1877, to
Miss Florence Stephenson who was born in Nicholas County, Ky., Oct. 16,
1857. They have two children, viz: Charles A. and Katie M. Mrs. Atkinson was
a daughter of David and Nancy (Bradshaw) Stephenson. He is a native of
Nicholas County, and was born Aug. 8, 1827, and is still living. His wife,
Nancy, is a native of Bath County, Ky., and was born Oct. 9, 1832. Mr. and
Mrs. Atkinson are members of the Christian Church. He is the owner of some
fine stock, including some choice grades of sheep. He is an ambitious and
enterprising young man, and bids fair to win a high rank in life's race. In
politics he is a Democrat.
#6924: History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky,
ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 777.
[Nicholas County] [Headquarters Precinct] MARQUIS D. L. BURRIS, store keeper
and gauger; P. O. Headquarters, was born in Fleming County, Ky., Nov. 23,
1846, to Hiram and Elizabeth (Biddle) Burris. He was born in Fleming County,
May 3, 1799, and died Nov. 13, 1854. His wife, Elizabeth, was also a native
of Fleming County, Ky., born Feb. 1, 1807, and died Nov. 18, 1864. The
result of their union was ten children. Marquis, our subject, was next to
the youngest. He was educated in the common schools of Nicholas County and
entered upon a clerkship in a store at Headquarters. Two years later he
turned his attention to farming. In 1869 he was appointed U. S. Gauger, and
is now serving the government as gauger and store-keeper. He was married in
Nicholas County, June 6, 1872, to Miss Elizabeth Brooks, who was born in
Nicholas County, Jan. 18, 1851. They have three children, viz:
William H., Harry E. and Robert B. Mrs. Burris was a daughter of Anderson
and Susan (Evans) Brooks. (See hist.) During the war Mr. Burris enlisted in
Co. A. of the 145th Illinois regiment, under Captain Chapman, but remained
in the service only five months. In connection with his wife he is a member
of the Methodist church at Headquarters. He has also been a prominent member
of the Masonic order at Headquarters for a number of years. He is a very
energetic and enterprising business man, and socially ranks very high in the
esteem of the community. In politics he is a Republican.
#6925: History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky,
ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 747.
[Nicholas County] [Carlisle City and Precinct] JOHN T. FEEBACK, farmer, P.
O. Bartersville, was born in Nicholas County, Aug. 3, 1829, his father,
Gilbert Feeback was born in Nicholas County in 1802, and died in 1878; he
was in the war of 1812, and his brother, Mathew, in the Mexican war; the
mother of John T. Feeback was Millie Richey, born in Nicholas County in 1807
and died March 1879; she was the mother of fourteen children, the subject
being the third son; he was educated in the common schools of Nicholas
County, and is a farmer; he was married Aug. 2, 1848 to Rachel Baker who was
born in Nicholas County, Sept. 3, 1833; she was the daughter of John Baker
of Bourbon, and Lucy McDaniel of Nicholas County; they have five children:
Isaac, Mary J. James, Green and Lucy; they are both members of the Methodist
Church; he is a Mason at Carlisle and a Republican.
Col. Sandi Gorin, 205 Clements, Glasgow, KY 42141 (270) 651-9114
SCKY resource links: http://www.public.asu.edu/~moore/Gorin.html
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It is an index from the LDS, oops! Latter Day Saints in Utah. People send
in their group sheets and they are indexed and Mr. Wallis has found a way
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