Spouse: James L. STANLEY.
Spouse: Solomon ARNSPIGER. Solomon ARNSPIGER and Hannah LEWIS were married about 1845.
Hattie C. LEWIS2 was born on 6 Mar 1891. She died on 3 May 1979 in Mercer Co., Ky..
Henry C. LEWIS1 was born about 1836 in Kentucky. From "Boone County, Missouri Marriages, 1851-80" on Ancestry.com:
LEWIS, HENRY C.
Spouse: SANDERS, KITTIE Marriage Date: 3 Mar 1863
County: Boone State: MO
1870 BOONE CO., MO
PG 17 [5 AUG 1870
Lewis, Henry 34 M W Farmer MO
Katherine 24 F W Keeps House MO [Catherine Sanders]
Emma 6 F W MO
Lotta? 4 F W MO
Zada 1 F W MO
Name: Henry C. Lewis
Birth: ABT. 1836 in Kentucky
Note: NARA M-593, Roll 760, 1870 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 17, #272/283: Lewis, Henry, 34, m, W, Farmer, $160/$500, Kentucky; Katharine, 24, f, W, Keeps house, Missouri; Emma, 6, f, W, MO; Lotta, 4, f, W, MO; Zada, 1, f, W, MO.
Marriage 1 Martha Cardle b: ABT. 1845 in Missouri
Married: 17 NOV 1861 in Boone County, Missouri
Marriage 2 Kittie Sanders b: ABT. 1846 in Missouri
Married: 3 MAR 1863 in Boone County, Missouri
Emma Lewis b: ABT. 1864 in Missouri
Lotta Lewis b: ABT. 1866 in Missouri
Zada Lewis b: ABT. 1869 in Missouri
Spouse: Martha Ann CARDLE. Henry C. LEWIS and Martha Ann CARDLE were married on 17 Nov 1861 in Boone Co., MO.
J. L. LEWIS.1
Spouse: Sarah M. SWETNAM.
Spouse: Flossie Mae CHEEK.
John LEWIS1 was born in 1765 in Guilford Co., NC. He died in Wayne Co., IN. History of Wayne County Indiana
JOHN LEWIS was born in Guilford Co., N. C., in the year 1765, and was married to Sarah Ruct. In 1810, he came with his family to Wayne Co., Ind., and settled half a mile south of the present town of Williamsburg. His eldest son, Richard, who had attained the age of majority, accompanied the family. These were the first settlers in what is now Green township. Hence it will be readily presumed that he had a thorough experience in all that pertains to pioneer life in a timbered country. He lived on the farm on which he first settled until his death. His children were: 1. Hannah, who married Thomas Lamb, of Green township; 2. Richard, who married Lavina Hall; 3. Sarah, wife of Obadiah Harris, who lives near Indianapolis; 4. Naomi, who married James Harris, and died in the township; 5. Martha, wife of Samuel K. Boyd, died in the township; 6. Priscilla, who married David Martindale, and died near Indianapolis; 7. Allen W., who married Lucy Hollingsworth, and resides 1 mile south-west of Williamsburg.
Joseph LEWIS1 was born on 6 Feb 1794 in North Carolina. He died on 4 Mar 1882/83 in Williamsburg, Wayne Co., IN. History of Wayne County Indiana
JOSEPH LEWIS, son of John Lewis, was born in North Carolina, Feb. 6, 1794, and came, at the age of sixteen, with his father, to Wayne county. He married Martha Boyd, who was born Nov. 27, 1800. He resides on the farm on which his father settled in 1810. His occupation has been that of a farmer; and by industry and economy has acquired a large estate. He taught, at an early age, the first school in the township. He has held the office of justice of the peace, and has represented the county in the legislature. He has had twelve children: 1. Samuel W., who died at 10. 2. Louisa, who married Thomas Cranor. 3. Minerva, who married Nathan Wilson, and after his death, Jacob Swearingen, and lives in Henry Co. 4. Adaline M., unmarried. 5. John H., who married Elizabeth Kelso, of Huntsville, and resides there. 6. Caroline, who married Henry Stigleman. 7. Clarissa, who married George H. Smith, and lives 6 miles south of Richmond. 8. Lorinda, who married Abner Clawson, and died in 1864. 9. Narcissa, who married Isaac Jenkinson, of Fort Wayne, a lawyer, and editor of the Fort Wayne Gazette, and now consul at Glasgow, Scotland. 10, 11. Martha and Sarah, who died at 6. 12. Josephine S., who married Wm. Hunt, and lives 6 miles south of Richmond. Parents: John LEWIS and Sarah RUCT.
Spouse: Martha BOYD. Joseph LEWIS and Martha BOYD were married on 22 Mar 1818.
Judy Ann LEWIS.2,4,7,13 Parents: Kenneth LEWIS and Naomi Cathryn GRAHAM.
Lotta LEWIS1 was born about 1866 in Missouri. Parents: Henry C. LEWIS and Catherine SANDERS.
Margaret Pat LEWIS2 was born on 2 Jun 1911. She died on 28 Jun 2002 in Fayette Co., Ky Central Baptist Hospital. She was buried in Lexington Cemetery, Fayette County, KY. Her Social Security Number was.
Martha LEWIS1 was born about 1799 in Kentucky. She died on 16 Mar 1827 in Williamsburg, Wayne Co., IN. Daughter of JOHN LEWIS.
Married: 10 APR 1817 in Wayne Co., IN
Note: Martha and Samuel marriage record found in Book ZZ; page 61. Parents: John LEWIS and Sarah RUCT.
Spouse: Samuel K. BOYD. Samuel K. BOYD and Martha LEWIS were married on 10 Apr 1817 in Wayne County, Indiana (Book ZZ; Page 61). Children were: Priscilla BOYD, Narcissa BOYD, Sarah Ann BOYD, Evelina BOYD, Martha BOYD.
Molly LEWIS1 died before 1804. Parents: Samuel LEWIS.
Spouse: Arthur James BOYD Sr.. Arthur James BOYD Sr. and Molly LEWIS were married on 2 Dec 1802 in HArrison Co., Ky.
Spouse: Ora Lee SANDERS.
Robert E. LEWIS.2
Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth COBB. Robert E. LEWIS and Sarah Elizabeth COBB were married on 2 Jan 1890 in Ozark County, Missouri.
Sabine LEWIS2 was born in 1732 in Westmoreland, Virginia.
Spouse: Ezekiel JENKINS. Children were: William JENKINS, Nancy JENKINS, Sarah JENKINS, Ezekiel Murwood JENKINS, Mary JENKINS, Annie JENKINS, Betsy JENKINS, Charlotte JENKINS, Sabine JENKINS, Lydia JENKINS, Thomas JENKINS.
Children were: Molly LEWIS.
Spouse: James COBB.
Thelma LEWIS2 was born on 17 Mar 1905 in Waddy, Ky.. She died on 1 Jun 1981. Parents: William B. LEWIS and Mary Elizabeth HEDGES.
William B. LEWIS.2
Zada LEWIS1 was born about 1869 in Missouri. Parents: Henry C. LEWIS and Catherine SANDERS.
Daniel LIGHTFOOT20,21 was born on 17 Jan 1811 in Cumberland Co Pa. He died on 26 Oct 1895 in Mulvane, Ks.77,421 His reference number is 543.
Eunice Arnsberger LIGHTFOOT20,21 was born about 1850 in Wayne Co., Oh.422 She died.423 Her reference number is 544. Parents: Daniel LIGHTFOOT and Susanna ARNSBERGER.
James Shrilde LIGHTNER1 died on 6 Mar 1896 in Virginia.
Spouse: Lela C. HADEN. James Shrilde LIGHTNER and Lela C. HADEN were married on 9 Feb 1892 in Madison Co., Ky.
Minnie Lee LIGON.2
Spouse: Willard MURPHY.
Robert Joseph LILL.20,21
Spouse: Susan Gwen SEEFELD.
Spouse: Trina JOHNS.
Mary Ann LILLY.1
Spouse: Martha SHERIFF.
Elizabeth LINDSAY2 was born in 1754.
James A. LINDSEY1 was born about 1754 in Virginia. He died in Jul 1835 in Trigg Co., KY.
John W. LINDSEY1 was born on 15 Aug 1785 in Chatham Co., NC. He died on 27 Jan 1840 in Benton Co., MO. John W. LINDSEY
Birth: 15 AUG 1785 in Chatham Co., NC
Death: 27 JAN 1840 in Benton Co., MO
(Historical Sketch of John W. Lindsey and family, by Horace B. (for Boyd) Lindsey who was the fourth child of the family.) "John W. Lindsey was of Scotch decent, born in the state of NorthCarolina, Chatam Co., in 1788. His father James A. Lindsey was a native of Virginia; immigrated to North Carolina and was a Rebel soldier in the war withGreat Britain for the independence of the Thirteen Colonies and was wounded at the battle of the "Cowpens". John W. Lindsey immigrated with his father to Christian Co., Kentucky in1806 and was married to Peggy Linn and settled in Trigg Co., Kentucky and there established a tan yard and saddle shop, having learned the saddle trade in Fayettsville N. Carolina. His tannery and shop was one and a half miles from the town of Canton on the Cumberland River. He immigrated to Calloway Co., Ky. He left Calloway Co., Ky. on the third of March 1833, and immigrated to LaFayette Co., Missouri; landed there the ninth of March; rented a farm one mile from Lexington on the Independence Road. It was a great thoroughfare to Santa Fe, New Mexico and in1834 he moved to what is now Benton Co., Mo. It was at that time Pettis Co. Benton was organized in1835. Taken from Pettis on the north side and Green Co. on the south side of the Osage River. Warsaw now Co. Seat of Benton was located in the fall of 1837 lot sales in Jan. 1838 the Co. having bought 160 acres of U.S. land and laid off in town lots. John W. Lindsey was elected Co. judge in 1835 which office he held until his death, jan. 27, 1840; was buried South of Warsaw 3 miles. He was loved and respected by all who knew him." (Source: Bible Records belonging to Mary Atlanta Lindsey now owned by Susan Luan Rutherford Healy.) Parents: James A. LINDSEY and Delilah HODGSON.
Spouse: Margaret LINN. John W. LINDSEY and Margaret LINN were married on 20 Mar 1810 in Christian, Trigg Co., KY.
Adam LINN Sr.1 was born in 1720 in Belfast, Ireland. He died in 1772 in Bedford Co., Va. Adam LINN , Sr.
Birth: 1720 in Belfast, Ireland
Death: BEF. 24 MAR 1772 in Bedford, VA
Note: ADAM LINN, SR. -- was apparently the first generation of Linns to arrive in the New World, having left Ireland sometime in the eighteenth century, probably about 1750. We can estimate these dates because his son is believed to have come to America at the age of two. Adam Linn, Sr. lived in Bedford County, Virginia and made his will there. Will signed, 21 Oct 1771, proved 24 Mar 1772, in Bedford, VA. This will is presented below. NOTE: Adam Linn names himself as "Junior", implying that his father also had that name. (Source: Michael and Joyce Jones, 2504 Banner Elk Circle, Plano, TX 75025-2111)ADAM LINN, SR. -- Will signed, 21 Oct 1771, proved 24 Mar 1772, in Bedford, VA.ADAM LINN, SR. -- Will signed, 21 Oct 1771, proved 24 Mar 1772, in Bedford, VA.ADAM LINN, SR. -- Will signed, 21 Oct 1771, proved 24 Mar 1772, in Bedford, VA.
Adam LINN Jr.1 was born in 1750 in Belfast, Ireland. He died in 1832 in Trigg Co., KY. Adam LINN , Jr.
Birth: 1750 in Belfast, Ireland
Death: 1832 in Trigg Co., KY
"Both Adam Linn and Robert Ewing appear on the Roll of Capt. Thomas Buford's Company of Volunteers at the Battle of Point Pleasant. This battle, also known as Lord Dunmore's War, is sometimes considered to be one of the first conflicts of the American Revolution. ADAM is also listed by the Daughters of the American Revolution as serving as a Private and Ensign from Bedford County, VA, on 6 February, 1776. NOTE: Adam Linn is listed as a resident of Hopkinsville, KY, 1810-1811. P-260.
"After the Revolution, ADAM LINN and his family migrated westward, eventually moving into the area of Trigg and Christian Counties of Kentucky. The following is an account of their arrival." (Source: Michael and Joyce Jones, 2504 Banner Elk Circle, Plano, TX 75022111; DAR Patriot Index; Eurie Pearl Wilford Neel; Records of John Romulos Lindsey, Hawley, TX.)
"The settlement of CANTON Precinct dates back prior to the dawning of the present Century, though at what year the first pioneers made their appearance is a matter of mere conjecture. Traces of rude log cabins were found in many places along the Cumberland River when the first permanent settlers came, and the belief is current that families of trappers and adventurers made this a rendezvous many years before any effort was made to open up and improve the country. 'As early as 1799, a party of emigrants called a halt on the river at a point where now is situated the town of Canton, who were destined to leave a record in the public archives of this Commonwealth that has been and will continue to be read from the beginning to the ending of the present Century. We allude to the family of ABRAHAM BOYD -- he was a native of North Carolina but had been a resident of Tennessee in the neighborhood of Nashville for a number of years, and removed thence to the point above stated. The trip must have been made in flat-boats, for there were no roads, and an old settler remarked that he assisted them in cutting a road through and it took several days to complete it. He erected his first dwelling on the ground where the present church stands. His father-in-law, ADAM LINN, accompanied him and made a settlement three miles out from the river on the Luster place. He (ABRAHAM) was a native of Scotland, and a blood relation to the Poet Robert Burns. Abrham Boyd was a man of remarkably fine intellect, and for that day a man of considerable culture. He represented the people a number of times in the Legislature when this was a portion of Christian County and afterward when Trigg was formed into a distinct division. He has been represented as the superior of his afterward distinguished son, HONORABLE LINN BOYD, upon the stump, was a man of very thorough business training, and the presiding Justice of the County Court in the organization and formation of the County . . . . .
"Abraham Boyd married Nancy Linn 1 Apr. 1794 in Davis Co., TN. She was the daughter of Adam Linn who lived in Bedford Co., VA, during the Revolutionary War; he died 1 Apr. 1839. (Source: The Wilford-Williford Family Treks Into America, Vol. 2 by Eurie Pearl Wilford Neel, Nashville, TN, Rich Printing Co., pp. 108-109.)
WILL of ADAM LINN, JR. (Will Book A, P-274), deceased: In the name of God Amen! I, Adam Linn, of Trigg County and State of Kentucky, being in perfect mind and memory and knowing it is appointed for all men to die, I do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. First of all, I recommend my soul to God who gave it and my body to the dust to be buried at the discretion of my Executor, doubting not but I shall receive the same again at the Resurrection of the Mighty power of God and for such wealth it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life. I hereby dispose of my property in the following manner. After all my just debts are paid, it is my wish and pleasure that my wife, Sarah Linn, have the rest of my old plantation for her life. The balance of my property to be equally divided among my then living children, giving each of my grandchildren two dollars. I appoint Joseph Linn, my Executor of this my last will and testament, revoking all other will or wills by me made. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this first day of February 1826.
John Craig, Jr.
Ezekiel Vinson Adam Linn
Will produced in Court for probate and has been proven and ordered to be recorded this 18th day of June 1832. (From: TRIGG CO. KY WILL BOOKS in Ft. Worth, TX, Library)
TAKEN FROM BIBLE RECORDS BELONGING TO MARY ATLANTA LINDSEY who was daughter of Lanson Alvero Lindsey and Emma Elliott Larson, son of Adam Linn Lindsey and Mary Jane Wormington, now owned by Susan Luan Rutherford Healy who has been kind to share them with me.
ADAM traveled from Virginia to Davidson, TN, in the group with Andrew Jackson, then onward to Christian Co., KY, where he was a pioneer and one of the first judges. Then, later to Trigg Co., KY, with his son-in law Abraham Boyd.
Adam and Sydney had 12 children: James, Mary, Nancy, Charles, Joseph, Polly, Martha, Robert, Reuben, Betsey Margaret, and Isabel. Parents: Adam LINN Sr. and Isabella LNU.
Margaret LINN1 was born on 3 Apr 1795 in Davidson Co., TN. She died on 27 Jan 1850 in Benton Co., MO. Margaret LINN
Birth: 3 APR 1795 in Davidson, TN
Death: 27 JAN 1850 in Benton Co., MO
Margaret "Peggy" Linn, wife of John W. Lindsey, was born in S. Carolina in 1798 and died in Newton Co., Mo. the 27th of Jan. 1850. Buried in Newton Co., Mo. She was Irish, her father Adam Linn was born in Ireland, brought by his parents to S. Carolina when he was two years old. He was a Rebel in the war for Independance. He immigrated to Davidson Co., Tn, and there married a sister of the Rev. Finas Ewing, who was one of the founders of the Cumberland Presbyterian church which took place in Logan Co. Ky. In 1803, Adam Linn immigrated to Trigg Co. Ky. and there died at the age of 82 years. There his daughter Peggy Linn was born and married to John W. Lindsey. The Ewings were a very prominent family. Finis as a Devine and one of the founders of a very large and popular organization of Christians in the United States and Europe. He immigrated to LaFayette Co., Mo. at an early day. His youngest son E. B. Ewing was one of the judges of the Superior Court of Mo. when the war between the states broke out. He had one son run for Gov. of MO on the know-nothing ticket, but was defeated by Lenn Boyd of Ky. A nephew of Finas Ewing was a member of congress from Ky. for 21 years, once Speaker of the House. John Boyd (brother of Lenn Boyd) immigrated to Texas in an early day, settled at the Texarkana hills and was one of the founders of a fine school at that place. I here give a list of children and names J. W. Lindsey and Peggy his wife. (Ref: Bible Papers from Mary Atlanta Lindsey's Bible. She was daughter of Lanson Alvero Lindsey and Emma Elliott Larson, son of Adam Linn Lindsey and Mary Jane Wormington. Adam was son of Adam Linn and Peggy Ewing. (These papers were sent to me by Susie Healy. Barbara Ballard's note: I believe that the "Finas" mentioned above was actually "Finis" and that they were residing in "Benton" County, Missouri.)
"Finas Ewing who seceeded from the Presbyterians and offered a free salvation to sinfulmanjust as Christ left instructions in his last will and testament to the h uman family. John W. Lindsey had one brother, a very prominent Campbellite preacher. He done a good work; he was a good man. The other members of the family made good officers and as far as I know were all Rebels in the states war, good Democrats and believed in States Rights." (Also Ref: Bible Papers from Mary Atlanta Lindsey's Bible now owned by Susan Luan Rutherford Healy) Parents: Adam LINN Jr. and Sidney Ann EWING.
Spouse: John W. LINDSEY. John W. LINDSEY and Margaret LINN were married on 20 Mar 1810 in Christian, Trigg Co., KY.
Nancy Agnes LINN1 was born on 20 Jan 1773 in Bedford Co., Va. She died in Canton, Trigg Co., KY. She was buried in Atwood Cemetery, Trigg Co., KY. NANCY AGNES LINN, wife of Abraham Boyd (Barbara Ballard's 4th gr grandparents), is also buried in Atwood Cemetery, Trigg Co., KY. I am pretty sure her first name was NANCY. (Source: CNIDR isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File:atwood.txt). They had 6 children. Although buried in ATWOOD CEMETERY, in Trigg Co., KY, there is no headstone.
Marriage certificate (owned by KRIS OLESON) issued but not returned, also lists Nancy as LYON, not Linn, Bk 1, p-7.AGNES LINN, wife of Abraham Boyd (Barbara Ballard's 4th gr grandparents), is also buried in Atwood Cemetery, Trigg Co., KY. (Source: CNIDR isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File:atwood.txt). Parents: Adam LINN Jr. and Sidney Ann EWING.
Spouse: Abraham BOYD. Abraham BOYD and Nancy Agnes LINN were married on 1 Apr 1794 in Nashville, Davidson Co., VA. Children were: John BOYD, Martha (Patsy) BOYD, Linn BOYD, Alfred BOYD, Rufus BOYD, Putnam BOYD.
Spouse: Mattie Adele GOODLOE.
Spouse: Grace SHREVE.
Charles LITRELL1,22 died after 1900 in (perhaps) Garrard County, Kentucky. He was born in (probably) Madison County, Kentucky. His reference number is 58 .7s.
Spouse: Celia (Ceacy) REYNOLDS.
Albert LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
Charles Leslie LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
Edward LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
James LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
Jessie LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
Nannie Lee LITTERAL1,3 was born on 13 Sep 1880. She died on 17 Nov 1948 in Woodford Co., Ky. She was buried in Cobb Cemetary, Chriman Mill Rd., Jessamine Co., KY. Her reference number is 56 .Bs1s. Nannie Lee Litteral was the daughter of Charley Litteral and CeacyHazel ____ (died 12 August 1906).
Chrisman Mill Road
Nannie Lee Cobb 1880 - 1948 w/o Manford
Spouse: Manford COBB. Manford COBB and Nannie Lee LITTERAL were married on 26 Sep 1901 in Jessamine Co., KY. Children were: Elbert Nolan COBB, John Andrew COBB, Ceacy Hazel COBB, Ora Verela COBB, Lizzy Mae COBB, Milton Edwarth COBB, Naomi Jewell COBB, Mary Ann COBB, Laura Lorene COBB, Lila Bell COBB.
Raymond LITTERAL.2 Parents: Charles LITTRELL and Ceacy REYNOLDS.
John LITTLE2 was born about 1818.
Spouse: Nancy WHEELER. John LITTLE and Nancy WHEELER were married on 19 Dec 1836 in Garrard Co., Ky..
Lona Bell LITTLE.1
Spouse: Elmer PREWITT.
Carolina LITTLEFIELD15 was born on 21 Aug 1865 in Sedalia, Pettis Co., MO.47 She died on 29 Jul 1896 in Sedalia, Pettis Co., MO.232 She was christened in Convert to Catholicism..47 She was buried in Baptised 5/11/1889, Sacred Heat, Sedalia, MO..47 She was baptized in Buried Crown Hill, Sedalia, Pettis Co., MO..47 Parents: .