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Descendants of JOHN TURLEY
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN2 TURLEY (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1760 in LOUDON CO. VA., and died Bef. 05 Jun 1830 in NICHOLAS CO . KY. He married SUSANNAH SQUIRES 18 Mar 1783 in FAUQUIER CO., VIRGINIA, daughter of JOHN SQUIRES and MARY OWEN. She was born 25 Dec 1754 in FAUQUIER CO., VIRGINIA, and died in NICHOLAS CO . KY.
Notes for JOHN TURLEY:
JUDGING FROM THE NUMBER ON NOTES THAT THIS JOHN TURLEY HELD AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH, IT IS OBVIOUS THAT HE WAS A MONEY LENDER CHARGING IN EXCESS OF 10 PER CENT INTEREST.
More About JOHN TURLEY:
Fact 1: 1790, WENT TO KENTUCKY SETTLING IN NICHOLAS CO.
More About JOHN TURLEY and SUSANNAH SQUIRES:
Marriage: 18 Mar 1783, FAUQUIER CO., VIRGINIA
Children of JOHN TURLEY and SUSANNAH SQUIRES are:
i. HANNAH3 TURLEY, m. MASON HUGHES.
ii. KITTY TURLEY, m. MASON THATCHER.
iii. ELIZABETH TURLEY, m. WILLIAM BARNETT.
iv. PATSY(MARTHA) TURLEY, b. 1781, VA1; d. 02 Sep 1826, NICHOLAS COUNTY, KY1; m. SAMUEL GRIFFITH, 1801; b. 04 Nov 17781; d. 28 Aug 1826, NICHOLAS COUNTY, KY..
More About SAMUEL GRIFFITH and PATSY(MARTHA) TURLEY:
v. JOHN S. TURLEY, b. 1798, KENTUCKY; d. 15 Sep 1882, NICHOLAS CO . KY; m. SUSAN S. KIMBROUGH, KENTUCKY; b. 20 Mar 1802, NICHOLAS COUNTY, KY; d. 18 May 1876, NICHOLAS COUNTY, KY.
Notes for JOHN S. TURLEY:
BOTH JOHN AND HIS WIFE ARE BURIED IN CONWAY CEMETERY LOCATED ON THE ISHMAEL SMITH FARM IN HARRISON COUNTY IN A GROVE OF TREES. JOHN WAS A FARMER WHO OWNED A FARM OF 196 PLUS ACRES ON STEEL'S FORD ROAD. IT IS ALSO SAID THAT HE OPERATED A PRIZING HOUSE FOR TOBACCO IN HEADQUARTERS. THE FARMERS BROUGHT THE YEAR'S CROP IN TO HIM AND HE MADE OUT A TICKET. THE TOBACCO WAS SENT OFF TO THE BUYERS AND THEY IN TURN SENT BACK THE CHECKS.
MAXWELL BURDEN OF HEADQUARTERS COMPLAINED TO ME IN 1995 THAT HIS GRANDPA LOST THE FARM BECAUSE HE DID NOT RECEIVE HIS CHECK ONE YEAR. ALTHOUGH THIS WAS NOT THE FAULT OF JOHN TURLEY, HE RECEIVED THE ANGER AND BLAME. OFTEN THE TOBACCO WAS TAKEN TO MAYSVILLE AND FLOATED DOWN THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI TO NEW ORLEANS AND IT WOULD BE A WHILE BEFORE THE CHECKS ARRIVED. ONE UNSCRUPULOUS BUYER COULD RUIN HUNDREDS OF FARMERS AND BE LONG GONE BEFORE THEY KNEW THEY HAD BEEN CHEATED OUT OF A YEAR'S WAGES.
IN 1995 THE LARGE BARN OF JOHN TURLEY STILL STANDS ON THE ROAD LEADING TO SALTWELL. TURN ON THE ROAD THAT THE STORE AT HEADQUARTERS FACES. THE BARN IS ACROSS THE ROAD FROM THE FIRST CHURCH ON THAT ROAD. IN 1996 STILL IN FAIRLY GOOD SHAPE AND USED BY THE OWNER FOR STORAGE.
More About JOHN TURLEY and SUSAN KIMBROUGH:
1. Br�derbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #2273, Date of Import: Oct 8, 1996
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This was interesting about Toll gate costs
fr. Stage Coach Days in the Bluegrass by Coleman p 238
For every horse, mule and rider 5 cents
For every horse, mule, jack led or driven 3 cents
for every head of cattle 2 cents
For every head of hogs 1/2 cents
For every head of sheep 1/4 cents
For each vehicle, drawn by one horse or mule 10 cents
For each vehicle, drawn by 2 horses, mules or oxen 20 cents
For each pleasure carriage or hackney coach, and 2 horses 25 cents
For same with 4 horses or mules 30 cents
For sleigh, drawn by 1 or 2 horses or mules 15 cents
For each wagon, drawn by 3 horses, mules or oxen 30 cents
For same drawn by 4 animals 50 cents
For same drawn by 5 animals 60 cents
For same drawn by 6 animals 75 cents
for each stage coach having seats within for 6 35 cents
For same with 9 paddengers 55 cents
For same with 12 passengers 77 cents
For each additional passenger over 4 2 cents
Toll gates were usually statined 5 miles apart
Thought this would be of interest to people researching Mann Family.
This bio appeared in the History of Kentucky -1922 on pg. 126.
Fletcher Mann, proprietor of the Blue Grass Stockyards Company at Lexington, has been identified with agricultural
interests and with the handling of horses and mules for many years, and has won success through industry and individual ability. He was born on his grandfather's farm in Nicholas County Kentucky near the old indian battle ground, Mar 19, 1856 a son of Milton and Margaret E. (Ricketts) Mann
Milton Mann the paternal grandfather of Fletcher Mann was born in Nicholas County, and there passed his life farming, reaching the age of seventy years. His son, also named Milton was born on the home farm in 1821 and as a young man followed his father's vocation of farming, but later went to college, was graduated at Greencastle, Indiana and being converted to the faith of Methodist Episcopal Church, was a preacher in the Kentucky Conference for fourteen years. Returning then to Nicholas County he passed the rest of his life as a farmer and raiser of livestock, in addition to which he engaged in a general stock business. He was a democrat in his political faith. Mr. Mann died in 1893 at the age of seventy-two years. He first married Margaret E. Picketts, the daughter of William E. and Mariah Leach Ricketts, the former a native of Virginia and the later of Robinson (now Nicholas) County, Kentucky. Mr and Mrs Ricketts were farming people who reached advanced years and had !
a large family.Mr. Ricketts became ine of the prominent men of his day and locality and served some years as Sheriff of Robinson, Nicholas and Fleming counties in Kentucky. Mrs Mann died when her son Fletcher was a mere child and her two other children James E. and Margaret died in infancy. For his second wife, Milton Mann married Jennie Ricketts, and they had two children Dr. Edgar G. and Rev. Luther E.
There is more info pertaining to Fletcher..........
If this is correct then Milton was son of John & Elizabeth Mann, and the husband of Nancy and father to James, Milton and Fanny Mann. Patsy
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