I am researching the following surnames in Bath Co., KY:Denton, Garrett, Hines/Hinds, Hunt, Jackson, Leach, Montjoy, Prichard,Ross, Sapp, Thompson, and Williams
Glad to see a Bath Co. List, as I have so many ancestors from there.Elizabeth Smith email@example.com
on Sun, 12 Sep 1999
Surname: Ross, Doyle, Arnold, Moore, McLeas, McLean, Callahan, Stiles, Stites, Hunt, Ward, Reynolds, McArhur, Rardan, Butler, Harrah, Groves, Denton, Hedirck, Green, Jackson, Lee, Marshall, Plummer, Shockley, Shockey, Weir I am looking for the parents of Richard A. Ross b. abt 1812 who married Elizabeth Doyle. Can anyone tell me how the following Ross families are related?
Fleming Co., Marriage Bonds 1798-1825 Index page 95
Alexander Ross and Nancy Arnold 19 Dec 1816 (ref. photocopy of original marriage record entry)
Charles Arnold bondsman and father
Andrew Ross and Nancy Moore 9 Sept 1819 (note late marriage date)
Richard Moore bondsman and father
Benjamin Ross and Catherine McLeas (McLean) 23 Aug 1807 <----- humm! (note chart showing a Catherine McCleas marrying Richard Ross)
Daniel mcLees gondsman. Daniel is a brother of Catheine, he proves she is 21.
James Ross and Mary Ann Callahan 25 Aug 1812
Edward Callahan bondsman, Catherine Callahan mother, Anderson Callahan witness
John Ross and Mary Stiles ot Stites 6 Feb 1815 (ref. photocopy of original marriage record entry)
Richard Stites or Stiles bondsman
Nimrod Ross and Margaret Ross 31 Mar 1812
Benjamin Ross bondsman
Reuben Ross and Mary Reynolds 27 Mar 1815 (ref. photocopy of original marriage record entry)
Reben Hunt bondsman, John and Isabel Ward Parents, John Reynolds witness (?!)
William Ross and Ann McArthur 5 Jan 1801
John McArthur bondsman
William Ross and Polly Arnold 4 Jane 1809 (note above latter marriage of Alexander Ross & Nancy Arnold)
Charles Arnold bondsman
William Ross and Rosannah Rardan 19 Feb 1812
John Rarden bondsman
William M. Ross and Catherine C. Butler 20 Dec 1825
Charles Butler bondsman
John Arnold and Sarah Ross 21 Apr 1813 (note other Ross-Arnold marriages above)
Benjamin Ross bondsman
Michael Groves and Polly Ross 27 Dec 1821 (note late marriage date)
She is the widow of James Ross, Frederick Groves bondsman
Westley Denton and Margaret Ross 23 Nov 1818 (note late marriage date)
John Hedirck Jr. bondsman
Benjamin Hunt and Deborah Ross 25 June 1811
James Ross bondsman, Richard Ross father, John Ross witness
Jeremiah Hunt and Mary Ross 27 Oct 1805
Abraham Denton bondsman, John Ross father, John Green witness, Reubin Hunt father
Isreal Jackson and Hannah Ross 20 July 1816
Henry Jackson bondsman Hannah over 21, Samuel Ross father
Jacob Lee and Jane Ross 26 June 1812
James Shockley bondsman, Richard Ross father, Andw. Ross witness
James Marshall and Eleanor Ross 2 Feb 1811
Wm Ross bondsman, John Ross father, Wm. Ross witness
Jeremiah Plummer and Eleanor Ross 21 Sep 1820
Benjamin Ross bondsman
James Shockey and Nancy Ross 25 Feb 1812
Andrew Ross bondsman, Richard Ross father, Andrew and Jane Ross witnesses
Elias Wier and Elizabeth Ross 25 Aug 1825
Joseph Ross bondsman and father
Need information on the following families in early 19th century Fleming County: Elijah MARK married Elizabeth McCORKLE. Their son, Samuel G. MARK, married Roxey Jane PURNELL, daughter of Madison and Sarah Ann (ROSS) PURNELL. Samuel died in 1863 while serving in the army and is buried in Danville National Cemetery. William MARK married Elizabeth SCHOFIELD. William McCORKLE married Jane GOODING. John PURNELL, b. 1757, married Comfort Julia MADISON, and died in 1831 in Fleming County. Benjamin ROSS married Catherine McLEAN, 1807, Fleming County. Richard Welch
Born: 21 Feb 1799 in KY
Died: 10 Jan 1865
Father: William ROSS, b. 15 Apr 1758 in Edinburgh, Scotland
Mother: Nancy SPARKS, b. 25 Dec 1765
Family 1: Mary FOWLER
Family 2: Susan LACOCK, b. ABT. 1796
Married: 29 Jan 1820 in Switzerland Co., IN
1.Albert ROSS, b. in IN
2.David ROSS, b. in IN
3.William ROSS, b. in IN
4.James ROSS, b. in IN
5.Nelson B ROSS, b. in IN <------------- note
6.Louisa Ann ROSS, b. in IN
7.Ellen ROSS, b. 1827 in OH
John Ross vs. John Hunt, Sr. and Basil Hunt
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Besides, the summons, this was all that was included in this suit. No mention was made of a settlement.
Fleming Co., KY Circuit Court Case #215
John Ross Ag } Bill J & B Hunt
To the Honble the Judges of the Circuit Court of Fleming siting in Chancery. Your orater John Ross Humbly Shows
That Some time ago a certain John Hunt Senr & Thomas Flowers made a Covenant with John Crittenden by which they purchased of the said Crittenden a large quantity of Land situate in different parts of this Comonwealth, that by Some fraud or other Circumstance unknown to your orator the said Crittenden vacatio? the said Contract and by the decree of the Court of Chancery the said Hunt & Flowers were order'd to reconvey the premises to
the said John Crittenden; that after this decree of Cancell went had pas'd, the said John Hunt Senr Who your orator prays may be made a deft to this Bill proposed? to Sell to your orator one thousand acres of the Land which
he said he had purchased of Crittenden & Concealed from your orater the decree which had cancell'd the agreement between himself & Crittenden that your orater purchased the said 1000 acres of Land from the said John Hunt &
received the Bond of the said Jnofor the Conveyance thereto which will on a proper occasion be here to annexed; your orator shows farther that he assigned to the said Hunt in payment of the Land a bond held by your orater
on a certain Benjn Lodges for the Sum of two hundred & fifty pounds p-?- money with fifteen years Interest thereon with a Credit for the -?- of three hundred dollars. Your Orater Shows farther that the said John Hunt the Deft, is notoriously insolvent & that he has long been in the habit of making sales of Lands & ther property to which he pretended title & as soon as he received any thing for such sales transfering the property received to Some of his sons, by which means the unguarded purchaser became compleatly defrauded of the price given, becausethe said John the Deft care fully avoided holding any thing which could be subject to Ex in [abbreviation for Execution?] and the son to whom his property was transfer'd pretended to be ignorant of the fraudulent practices of his father & to be a fair purchase of the property at an adequate price; Your orater Shows further that the said John Hunt the Deft in pursuance of hi Same practise -?- transfer'd the bond to his son Lewis Hunt who again transfered the bond to Basil Hunt for a trifling consideration -?- intended as a cover to the fraud than as a fair & adequate Consideration, and your orater expressly charges that both Lewis Hunt (who is since dead without issue or Exor) & Basil Hunt both at & before the times of the transfer aforesd to them had compleat notice that the contract between their father & Crittenden was sissolved that the bond on Lodges was procured from your orater by a pretended Sale of a part of the Said Land & that nothing Could ever pass to your orator by the Said purchase and also that their father was perfectly insolvent & as your orater believes intended to remain so. Your orater Shows farther that he has repeatedly applied himself to the said Basil Hunt (who he prays may be made a deft to this Bill) to cancel the said agreement and restore to him the Bond on Benj Lodges.
But now to it is may it -?- -?- -?- that the said Basil Hunt Combining himself to & with the other deft John Hunt Senr & other unknown but who wen discover'd he prays may be the -?- defts with apt words to charge them refuses to restore to your orater the bond aforesd & cancel & annul the said bargain, but gives out in speches that your orater may seek his remedy against the said Deft John Hunt who he knows is insolvent All which actings and doings of the said Deft's are Contrary to Equity & lead to your orater -?- . In -?- Consideration of Which and a s your orator is with out remedy at Common Law & can only be relieved in Equity where matters of this kind are only and properly Cogurzable?. To? the End therefore that the said Defts may on their -?- Oaths & full true and perfect and -?- make to the promises or fully as if -?- repealed & interogated, May it please your Honors by your decree to nullify & Cancell the said agreement between your orater & the Said John Hunt Senr & order the said Bon on Lodges to be restored to your orater; and that if the Said Basil Hunt has received any of the moneys from the said Lodges or his Exors or represtatives or has made any adjustment of the debt by the receipt of other property, such other property order'd to be deliver to your orator, or the said Basil Hunt be decreed to acc [rest of the word missing-ragged paper edge] with your orator to grant is may be Conferable to Equity & Suitable to your orators Case, & to grant to yr. Orator the writ of Spa? to the said Defts Basil Hunt & John Hunt Senr. to be decreed Commanding &c & yr orator
Alex r K. Manshale?
for the Compt?
Submitted by: Charlotte Doyle Smith
Lawsuit of the Heirs of John Doyle, 1874
Lawsuit #19849 Fleming Co. Fleming Circuit Sct
Richard Ross Pltff. vz answer and cross petition of John W. Doyle James Doyle- defdts. The defendant John W. Doyle for answer and defense herein. Says that John Doyle (his father) owned this land & other lands amounting to about 145 acres. (he having acquired this tract in the manner set out, in the answer of defdt James Doyle) and he having died the 15th Nov 1873 the widow Martha Doyle surviving then rented the whole to this defendant & Said
James Doyle to have the use and proceeds of the land so held by him and this defendant to have all proceeds of said land for the support, or board and care of the deceased widow, the said Martha Doyle who was entitled to dower
but it never having been assigned to her. She was entitled to use rent & lease the same as don, and (he to) retain the same for the period prescribed by law in right of the said tenant for life aforesaid. #(written in margin) #And he aviss that Aquilla Doyle has been _____on his interest in the estate of his father by ---------- & labor to the suit of & for the accounts herewith made part hereof as cross & items there so does not --- & accepted by him. And he Kept , nursed & sustained the old man Doyle & wife from 18 Oct 1872 until 10th December 1873 & furnished supplied wood, done fee thing fall worth fully $50.00 no part of which has been paid, but remains unpaid & there are no assets but said land to pay the sum. And this defendant further aviss that he is the child , son and heir at law, of the said John Doyle dec'd with 11 others or stocks viz: Aquilla, James, Andrew, Elizabeth Ross, David, (Nelson, Priscilla, Wm., George, John, & Grant children of) Joseph Doyle dec'd, (John, Joseph, George, & David Helvistine children of) Milky Helvistine (formerly Doyle), Wm. Lacy, Frank, Katherine, & Michael Patrick children of William Doyle Dec'd, Mary Hurst, wife of Miles Hurst & formerly Mary Doyle_____, Martha Helvistine (formerly Martha Doyle) wife of Porter Helvistine ______, Priscilla Helvistine, wife of Henry Helvistine & formerly, Priscilla Doyle____, and he is entitled to 1/12, in fee, of the entire land of the 145 Acres, and he demands, a partition of said land & allotment to him of his interest therein, and to that end he makes this a cross petition against the plaintiff, & all of said children & Co heirs so named (who all) are hereby made defendants as such and he demands a summons against said defendants and general relief in the premises.
John W. Doyle
I believe the statements made in the foregoing answer & cross to be true. John W. Doyle Sworn to, before me, in due form of law, by John W. Doyle, this 8th July 1874
Notary Public F Cg filed 12 Aug 1874
(*my note: Matilda is not mentioned as she was desceased at the time of the lawsuit and had no heirs. Which with the above mention 12 children gives a total of 13 children for John and Martha. (*Charlotte))
Fleming Circuit Court A C Doyle & others Deffs. Against/ Affiants Pricilla Doyle & others Deffs. This affiant AC Dyile says that the Defts Franklin Doyle, John F. Doyle, J.M. Doyle, B.J. Doyle and the three samll children of A.J. Doyle, dec'd, are non residents of the state of Kentucky- and live in the state of Tenn. Hardin County, and their nearest post office is Saltillo and they have been absent from this state for over four months.
Aquilla C. Doyle Sworn to before me by AC Doyle this 5th day of January 1878 William____ Clk FCC
Recieved of David Willson Recv in case of Doyle vs Doyle the sum of 4 14/100 dollars in full of my distributre share in the Doyle Estate. I having arrived of Age. Jany 6 1889 John Doyle Jr.
Recieved of David Willson recieved in the case of Aquilla C. Doyle & el vs Pricilla Doyle & others Twenty four 82/100 dollars being the interest of the children of A.J. Doyle deceased. this 10th day of Sept 1899.
By Aquilla C. Doyle their (sic) in fact
Rec'd of David Willson Recives in suit of A.C. Doyle & others in the Fleming Circuit Cort Twenty four dollars & eighty three & 1/2 cents in full of our share of the estate of John Doyle Dec'd. this 22nd day of August 1881. Test
P.H. Helphinstine Atest Pricilla Helphinestine A.C. Doyl
Rec'd of David Willson Received in suit of A. C. Doyle and others against Pricilla Doyle & others in Fleming Circuit Court twenty four dollars & eighty three & one half cents in full of our share of the estate of John Doyle dec'd this 22nd day of August 1881. Test Miles (X his mark) Hurst attest Otho W. Estill Mary (X her mark) Hurst
Received of David Willson Recived in case of Doyle vs Doyle the sum of twenty four 83/100 dollar amount of adjugded us by theFleming Circuit court at August Term 1881 in above suit Aug 24 1883 witness A.C. Doyle
Elizabeth A. (X her mark) Ross **** ref. Richard Ross vs Doyle above ***
Recieved of David Wilson Commissoiner of the estate John Doyle Dec'd the sum of twenty four dollars and eighty three cents full amount of my share and fifteen dollars allowed me for my trouble makin in all the sum of thirty nine dollars and eighty three cents this given under my hand August 24th day 1881 Aquilla C. Doyl
Rec'd of David Willson received in suit of A.C. Doyle & others against Pricilla Doyle & others in the Fleming circuit court, twenty four dollars & eighty three and one half cents in full of my share of the estate of John Doyle Dec'd this 22nd day of August 1881 David M Doyl
Whereas I have become the purchaser of a certain tract of land containing92 acres under a decree of the Fleming Circuit Court rendured at itsFebruary term, 1880, to wit, Febry 11th 1880 in the matter pending there in
which A.C. Doyle is plaintiff and Pricilla Doyle and others are defendants,the sale of which was made by Theodore Hurt, as commissioner of said courton the 5th day of March 1880, for the sum of Three hundred and fifty Dollars($350.00; and whereas I have executed bond therefor payable to saidCommissioner pursuant to said decree with James Collingham security, whichbond is dated March 5th 1880 and payable twelve months therafter. Now inconcideration of the payment of said purchase money upon said bond withaccruing intrest on or before the maturity thereof by him the saidCollingham I hereby sever, assign, and release to him the entire benifit ofmy said purchase, together with all the rights privilages uses and benifitsby me acquired thereby both in law and equally including my entire right andtitle thereto in said land, and direct and request that the said Collinghamstitle to said land be confirmed by the execution of the deed of conveyanceto him instead, of my self, and the receipt of the said Hurt in said salebond shall be inclusive thereof.John W. Doyle 5th 1880
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1830 Bath Co., Ky. census
Head of Household: George PERATT Males: 1 age 10-14, 1 age 20-29 Females: 1 age 20-29 Census page 2, line 12
Head of Household: Samuel PETTIT Males: 1 age 15-19 Females: 1 age 20-29 Census page 213, line 20 [Contributed by Teri Pettit]
Head of Household: Henry PIRATT Males: 1 age 20-29 Females: 1 age 0-4, 1 age 20-29 Census page 2, line 11
1860 Bath Co., Ky. census:
David Pieratt 39 Ky
Lu J. 8
Gillie A. 3mo
Sarah Pieratt 64 Ky
George Pieratt 55 Ky
Ann E. 2
Husband: James Nelson Rose Father: David Bowen Rose
Mother: Sarah "Sallie" Nickell
Wife: Mary Elizabeth Pieratt Father:
From: email@example.com |To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: 1840 Bath Co., KY cemsis Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 13:10:00 -0500
John, if you will e-mail me direct and give me John Nelson Ross' birth date (or approximate), and name of parents if available, I will try to help with your search.Joshua Vanlandingham m/2 Elizabeth Ross, and she had children from her marriage to Ross. Josha and family were in the 1840 Bath Co., KY census. Joshua had a brother, James, who was in the Bath-Fleming area at the right time to have adopted Elizabeth's son John if for some reason he left Joshua and Elizabeth's home.J. Leon VanlandinghamVan1@x25.net J. Leon Vanlandingham, 34, overland Route, Ardmore, OK 73401.
The Vanlandingham name, as far back as the 1600s, has often been incorrectly written as "Flanagen, Flanigan, etc.". Here is the 1850 Carter County census:
1850 census, Carter Co., Kentucky , p. 237, dwg. 289:
Line 2. Joshua Flanegan 62 M farmer born NC cannot read or write <-- possibly the Vanlandinghams who signed John Nelson Ross marriage bond.
Line 3. Betsey Flanegan 56 F born KY "
Line 4. Linda Flanegan 15 F born KY
Line 5. Bewford Flanegan 12 M born KY
Line 6. Susana Ross 25 F born KY blind all per Leon Vanlandingham
41250 McDowell Creek Dr.
Lebanon, OR 97355-9747
Marriage: Groom: James VANLANDINGHAM Bride: Elizabeth HUGHLEY Date: 29 May 1830 Bondsman: J.W. BESHEARS Source: Bath County Records
James A. VANLANDINGHAM Birth: ca1790 in KY. Death: 21 Mar 1860 in Boone Co , MO. Marriage: 3 MAR 1818 in Bourbon Co., KY. s/o James VANLANDINGHAM & Elizabeth ELGIN
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 13:59:02 -0500 From: Mitch_Penny |To: email@example.com Subject: "Vanlandingham's"
John, Thanks for the response back to me...My great grandfather (Samuel Atchison Vanlandingham) was born in Bath Co. on June 25 1897. His father (William T. Vanlandingham) was born in May 1870. William's father was Benjamin Vanlandingham that was born in Bath or maybe even Fleming Co., in 1845-47. I am still trying to get information on Benjamin because there were several of them...lol. Like this is not hard enough! Have you subscribed to the Vanlandingham page? The address is Vanlandingham-L@rootsweb.com. There are alot of Vanlandingham ancestors that could help..One guy named Leon Vanlandingham writes books on the Vanlandingham's, his address is Van1@x25.net. He can provide you with alot of information and tell him that I gave you his address. He helped me with some of the stuff that I have and also get ahold of Betty Vanlandingham at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her that I gave you her address. She was the one that told me about the baby left on the doorsteps of the Vanlandingham's and they raised him...I have corresponded with alot of people on here and I know they are all willing to help...Lots of luck and I hope that I have helped and I got some census on the Vanlandingham's that Betty has sent to me and I will forward them on to you if you are interested...Hope to hear from you soon, also I got the names of the women that the Vanlandingham's married and their children if you would like them. Hopefully someone can help me find Benjamin and who his father was and so on...As Always, Penny Vanlandignham Smithson
Name: ALFRED VANLANDINGHAM b. ABT 1816 in VIRGINIA IN 1860 CENSUS ref. 1850 census (above under Reuben Hunt)
Marriage SUSAN (unk) b: ABT 1826 in KENTUCKY
Children MARY KANSAS VANLANDINGHAM b: 17 APR 1856 SUSAN AMERICAN VANLANDINGHAM b: MAR 1847 JOHN VANLANDINGHAM b: ABT 1844 in KENTUCKY
WILLIAM VANLANDINGHAM b: ABT 1846 in Ky JAMES VANLANDINGHAM b: ABT 1850 in KY JERRY VANLANDINGHAM b: ABT 1852 in KY SIMPSON VANLANDINGHAM b: ABT 1854 inKY
1850 Bath Co., Ky census
Alfred Vanlandingham, 33, Ky. “farming”
Susan 27, Ky
(male) 6, Ky prob. John
W. L. (male) 4, Ky. prob William
S. A. (female) 3, Ky prob. Susan
J. M. (male) 1, Ky. prob. James
J. A. (male) 9 months(?) prob. Jerry
* * *
1860 Bath Co., Ky. census
Alfred Valandingham 44 Ky
Jacob Goodpasture b. ABT. 1710 d. 10 NOV 1765 in Augusta Co., Virginia
|- Abraham Goodpaster b: 1744
| married Martha Hamilton 1776 in Botetourt Co., Virginia
|-Solomon Goodpaster b: 1739 in Augusta Co., Virginia d. 8 Nov 1800 in Montgomery County, Kentucky Occupation: a farmer.
married Susan Farmer
|-Lydia Goodpaster b: 1763 in Augusta County, Virginia
|-John Goodpaster b: 1770 in Augusta County, Virginia
|-Cornelius Goodpaster b: 1770 in Augusta County, Virginia
| married Susan (unk)
| |-Michael GOODPASTER b: 1791 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | married Margaret A. CARPENTER 19 Apr 1811 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| |-Hardin GOODPASTER b: 1793 in Bath County County, Kentucky d. 12 Feb 1818 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | married Mary GOODPASTER
| |-John GOODPASTER b: 1795
| |-David GOODPASTER b: 1797
| |-Barford GOODPASTER b: 1 Jan 1801 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | married Margaret CANNADY 13 May 1819 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| |-Abraham GOODPASTER b: 7 Aug 1804 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | married Rhoda GOODPASTER 12 Oct 1825 in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky
| |-James GOODPASTER b: 1808 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | m1. Margaret ROBINSON
| | m2. Margaret (unk) in 1826
| |-Noah GOODPASTER b: 3 Jan 1814 in Bath County County, Kentucky d. 23 Dec 1871 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| | married Elizabeth SHARP 1834 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| |-William GOODPASTER b. 1810 in Bath County County, Kentucky d. 27 Jan 1886 in Dearborn County, Indiana
| Note: was a Civil War Soldier Willam Goodpasture, "D" 52 Ind. Inf. App. 483551; Cer. 403672 May 1883 Ind. Widow: Elizabeth, App. 339329; Cer.246,205.
| 1840 Dearborn County, IN Census Goodpaster, William males: 1 0/5; 1 5/10, 1 30/40 females: 1 0/5; 1 20/30.
| 1850 Dearborn Co., IN, Laughery Tp. Goodpasture, William age 40 Farmer Born KY Elizabeth,37,KY; John F. 11, IN; Jacob,6,IN; Wm. S. 4 IN Emily M. 2 IN
| * George 3/12 IN Michael 17 Farmer Tenn.
| 1880 Dearborn County, IN,Census-- City of Aurora: Goodpaster, William 70 KY Farmer parents born Tenn. Elizabeth 67 father born KY.
| mother born Tenn. Civil War Pension Records: William Goodpaster served in Co. "D" 52nd Ind. Inf. Pension Application shows
| that he lived in Hartford, Ind. prior to enlistment. ischarged 31 Jan 1865. He lived thereafter near Dillsboro, Ind.
| Died Jan 1886. William married Elizabeth Goodpasture at Owingsville, Ky (no date). William had a son John F. killed in
| the Civil War. Pension Application No. 483551, Certificate 403672 Widow Elizabeth Goodpaster Application 339329,
| Certificate 246.205 Indiana Civil War Records- Indiana Archives William Goodpaster Co. "D" 52nd Inf. Discharged 31 Jan 1865.
| Had son John F. killed in the war. US Pension Files: William Goodpaster "D" 52 Ind. Inf. App. 483551, Certificate 403672
| Widow: Elizabeth App. 339329, Certificate 246,205 note: Robert Goodpasture also had death date as 1889 for William. 52nd Indiana
| 52nd Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry Organized at Rushville and Indianapolis, Ind., February 1, 1862. Left State for Fort
| Donelson, Tenn., February 7. Attached to 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of the Tennessee, to March, 1862.
| Garrison Forts Henry and Donelson, Tenn., to April, 1862. 1st Brigade, 4th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to May, 1862.
| 2nd Brigade, 4th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to July, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 4th Division, District of Memphis, Tenn.,
| to September, 1862. Garrison Fort Pillow, Tenn., to November, 1862. District of Columbus, Ky., 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept.
| ` of the Tennessee, to January, 1863. District of Columbus, Ky., Division, 16th Army Corps, to January, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division,
| 16th Army Corps, to December, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division (Detachment), Army of the Tennessee, Dept. of the Cumberland,
| to February, 1865. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, 16th Army Corps (New), Military Division West Mississippi, to August, 1865.
| SERVICE -- Investment and capture of Fort Donelson, Tenn., February 12-16, 1862. Garrison at Forts Henry and Heiman till April 18.
| Action at Paris March 11 (Detachment). Moved to Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., April 18. Advance on siege of Corinth, Miss.,
| April 29-May 30. March to Memphis, Tenn., via Grand Junction, LaGrange and Holly Springs, June 1-July 21.
| Duty at Memphis till September. Action near Memphis September 2. Durhamsville September 17. Garrison duty at Fort Pillow, Tenn.,
| and operations against guerillas in Tennessee and Arkansas September 30, 1862, to January 18, 1864. Expedition to Jackson
| September 19-25, 1863 (Detachment). Expedition to Covington, Durhamsville and Fort Randolph September 28-October 5, 1863.
| Scout from Fort Pillow November 21-22. Ordered to Vicksburg, Miss., January 18, 1864. Meridian Campaign February 3-March 2.
| Clinton February 5. Meridian February 14-15. Veterans absent on furlough March and April. Left Vicksburg March 4, arriving home
| March 17. Left for filed April 23. Reached Columbus, Ky., April 26. Moved to Morganza, La., thence to Vicksburg, Miss.
| Non-Veterans temporarily attached to 89th Indiana Infantry. Red River Campaign March 10-May 22. Fort DeRussey March 14.
| Bayou Rapides March 21. Battle of Pleasant Hill April 9. Cane River Crossing April 23. At Alexandria April 26-May 13.
| Moore's Plantation May 3. Bayou LeMourie May 6. Retreat to Morganza May 13-20. Mansura May 16. Yellow Bayou May 18.
| Moved to Vicksburg, Miss., thence to Memphis, Tenn., May 20-June 10. Lake Chicot., Ark., June 6-7. Colliersville, Tenn., June 23.
| Near Lafayetteville June 23. Smith's Expedition to Tupelo July 5-21. About Pontotoc July 11-12. Harrisburg, near Tupelo,
| July 14-15. Old Town (or Tishamingo) Creek July 15. Smith's Expedition to Oxford, Miss., August 1-30. March through Missouri
| in pursuit of Price's September 26-November 19. Moved to Nashville, Tenn., November 26-December 1. Battle of Nashville
| December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December 17-23. Duty at Clifton, Tenn., and Easport, Miss., till February, 1865.
| Moved to New Orleans February 6-17. Campaign against Mobile and its defences March 17-April 12. Siege of Spanish Fort
| and Fort Blakely March 26-April 8. Assault and capture of Fort Blakely April 9. Occupation of Mobile April 12. March to
| Montgomery April 13-25, and duty there till July 14. At Tuskeegee till August 28. Mustered out September 10, 1865. Regiment lost
| during service 2 Officers and 26 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 175 Enlisted men by disease. Total 205.
| married Elizabeth GOODPASTER b: 24 Sep 1813 in Bath County County, Kentucky d. 26 Feb 1895 in Dearborn Co, IN
| Burial: 27 Feb 1895 Riverview Cemetery, Auroa, Dearborn, Indiana d/o Jacob GOODPASTER b: 1775 in Augusta County, Virginia & Patience (unk)
| |-Michael GOODPASTER b: 1833 in Kentucky
| |-John F. GOODPASTER b: 1839 in Indiana
| |-Noah GOODPASTER b: 1840 in Indiana
| |-Jacob G. GOODPASTER b: 1844 in Indiana
| |-William S. GOODPASTER b: 1846 in Indiana
| |-Emily M. GOODPASTER b: 1848 in Indiana
| |-George Washington GOODPASTER b: 11 Mar 1849 in Auroa, Dearborn County, Indiana
| |-Mary L. GOODPASTER b: 15 Oct 1856 in Switzerland County, Indiana
|-Isaac Goodpaster b: 1771 in Augusta County, Virginia d. in Warren County, Ohio
|-Margaret Goodpaster b: 1772 in Augusta County, Virginia
|-Martha Jane Goodpaster b: 1773 in Augusta County, Virginia d. 1835 in Bartholomew, County, Indiana
|-Jacob Goodpaster b: 1775 in Augusta County, Virginia d. 1855 in Dearborn County, IN
| married Patience (unk) in 1805 in Kentucky
| |-Elizabeth GOODPASTER b: 24 Sep 1813 in Bath Co., Ky d. 26 Feb 1895 in Dearborn Co., IN Burial: 27 Feb 1895 Riverview Cemetery, Auroa, Dearborn, In
| | married William GOODPASTER b: 1810 in Bath County County, Kentucky
| |-Franklin GOODPASTER b: 19 Sep 1823 in Bath County, Kentucky d. 2 Mar 1894 in Riverview Cemetery, Aurora, Dearborn County, Indiana
| married Mary Jane EASTON b: 1 Aug 1827 in Dearborn County, Indiana
| |-Adam GOODPASTER b: 3 Jul 1848 in Dearborn County, Indiana
|-Elizabeth Goodpaster b: 1776 in Augusta County, Virginia
|-Solomon Goodpaster Jr. b: 1777 in Augusta County, Virginia d. Aug 1843 in Warren County, Ohio
|- Abraham Goodpaster b: 1760 in Virginia d. 16 JUL 1820 in Bath Co., Ky
married Mary Layman b: in North Carolina
|-Cornelius Goodpaster b: ABT. 1784 d. 1817 in Bath County, Kentucky
|-Joseph GOODPASTER b. 1785 at: Washington County, Tenn. d. 17 MAY 1866 at: Bath County, Kentucky
| married Elizabeth JONES 1805 in Montgomery County, Kentucky
|-Abraham Goodpaster , Jr. b: ca1792 in Tenn. per 1850 Bath Co., Ky. census d. 18 SEP 1878 at: Bath County, Kentucky
| married Fanny (unk) b. ca1795 in North Carolina per 1850 census
| |-Prudence Goodpaster in Bath County, Kentucky b. ca1832 per 1850 census
| |- David GOODPASTER b. 1818 d. 1896
| married Mary Jane (unk)
|-David J.Goodpaster b: ABT. 1792 in Kentucky d. 23 DEC 1879 in Indiana
| married Rebecca Pugh 17 NOV 1821 in Bath Co., Ky b: 1804
| |-Samuel J. GOODPASTURE b. 7 NOV 1822 in Bath County, Kentucky
| married Ann BUSH 11 AUG 1850 at: Washington County, Indiana
|-William Goodpaster b: ABT. 1799 d. 1830
| married Sally A. Bott 2 FEB 1825 aka Botts
|-Elizabeth Goodpaster b: BEF. 1810
|-Ann Goodpaster b. 1795 : Bath County, Kentucky
| married John William Norris 8 MAY 1821 in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky
|-Mary Goodpaster b. 1800 at: Bath County, Kentucky
| married Hardin GOODPASTER 12 FEB 1818 at: Bath County, Kentucky
|-Noah Goodpaster b. 1787 Washington County, Tenn d. 24 MAY 1834
|-John Goodpaster b. ABT. 1792 in Washington Co, TN d. 19 May 1848 Bath Co, KY.
Pieratt---> m2. Elizabeth Pieratt 16 Aug 1826 in Bath Co, KY. b: ABT. 1798 in Montgomery Co, KY d. after 1870 in Bath Co, KY.
d/o Reuben Valentine Pieratt & Elizabeth Anna Ayrie ref. Cheryl Bell
|-Valentine E. Goodpaster b. 1829 in Bath Co., KY
|-Fountain Goodpaster b. 1832 in Bath Co., KY d. 20 FEB 1894
| “Bath Co. News Outlook Feb. 22, 1894: Captain Fountain Goodpaster, aged 60 years, died Tuesday at his home on Salt Well”
| 1860 bath Co., Ky. census: #242 Ambrose R. Wright 66 Va;Barbary 52 Ky;Archibald 22; Aquilla 19; Fountaine Goodpaster 27
|-Sanford Goodpaster b. 1837 in Bath Co., KY
|-Patience Goodpaster b. 1843 in Bath Co., KY
m1. Patience Turner 16 MAR 1816
|- Ann Goodpaster b: 1824 in Bath Co., KY
|-George Washington Goodpaster b: 12 JAN 1812 in Montgomery Co. Kentucky d. 18 APR 1900 “farmer”
Pieratt---> | m1. Elizabeth Pieratt 16 OCT 1833 in Bath Co., Ky
| d/o James Pieratt b: 1796 & Sarah Shultz gd/o Reuben Valentine Pieratt b: 21 MAR 1749/50 in La Bresse, Vosges, France & Elizabeth Anna Ayrie
| m2. Elizabeth Oakley 26 APR 1838 b. ca1818 in Ky. per 1850 census
| |-Richard Goodpaster b. ca1841 in Ky. per 1850 census
| |-Nancy Goodpaster b. ca1842 in Ky. per 1850 census
| |-Fountain Goodpaster b. ca1844 in Ky. per 1850 census
| | Feb. 22, 1894: Captain Fountain Goodpaster, aged 60 years, died Tuesday at his home on Salt Well.
| |-James Goodpaster b. ca1847 in Ky. per 1850 census
| |-John Goodpaster b. 1850 in Ky. per 1850 census
| m3. Elizabeth A. Amyx 18 NOV 1864 b. 18 NOV 1812
|-David J. Goodpaster b. 1820 in Ky. d. 1885 buried Antioch Church, Montgomery Co., KY “farmer”
| Note: Early Goodpaster Families in America Robert Abraham Goodpaster, self published
Pieratt---> | married Mary Ellen Pieratt 4 APR 1837 b: ABT. 1822 d. 1894 d/o James Pieratt b: 1796 & Sarah Shultz
| |-Lou Ann Goodpaster b: 1838 in Ky.
| |-Sarah Goodpaster b: 1840 in Ky.
| |-John Goodpaster b: 26 NOV 1843 in Ky. d. 4 FEB 1914
| |-Mary Elizabeth Goodpaster b: 1844 in Ky.
| |-James K. Goodpaster b: 1848 in Ky.
| |-Patience Goodpaster b: 1850 in Ky.
| |-Isabella Goodpaster b: 1852
| |-Vianna Goodpaster b: 1855
| |-Emily P. Goodpaster b: 1857
| |-Thomas Y. Goodpaster b: 1859
| |-Presley Goodpaster b: 1860
| |-Ruth Goodpaster b: 1862
| |-Nancy S. Goodpaster b: 1865
| |-Robert Lee Goodpaster b: 08 OCT 1868 d. 5 JUN 1944
| |-Davidella Goodpaster b: 1869
|-Deborah Goodpaster b: 24 JAN 1821 in Bath Co., KY d. 26 JUN 1859 in Lawrence, KS
Pieratt---> married John Pieratt 27 JUN 1839 b: 20 JUL 1817 in Bath Co., KY d. 5 NOV 1868 in Lawrence, KS s/o James Pieratt b: 1796 & Sarah Shultz
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Born, 3:30 pm, Feruary 9, 1943 at White Cross Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
Lived on Sullivant Avenue in Columbus, in a brick duplex.
Lived in upstairs apartment on Hawkes Av. in Columbus.
Lived with Aunt Isie on Campbell ve., Columbus, Playmate was Gary Barnhill. (1947)
Lived with Talma and Dempsey Ross on McKittrick Heights in Jackson, Ohio (1948)
Mom and I took over-night train to Boston, Mass.
Lived at 16 June St., East Walpole, Mass. Lived with Salvatore Jennetta and his parents, (1949-1955)
Carl and Pasqualina. Sully had a sister, Mary, who was married to Joseph DePasqualli. Joe and Mary had children my age named Joey and Janet,
Attended school at Bird Elementary. Attended 5th grade at Plimpton School.
Played in woods near Bird and Son Roofing plant. We built a raft and floated on mill pond near Bird & Son.
Played in Bird Park. Remember large stone Bath House next to the swimming pool. Used to swim out to “The Frogs” in the center of the pool.
Used to walk on “he Stepping Stones” which crossed the narrow end of the pool near the woods and Bath House.
Remember Oscar, the mental patient who drowned in the pool one winter. Eash spring, the pool was drained, and the accumulated muck at the bottom was hosed down into the creek which flowed through the swimming pool.
Most years new sand was put in small “beached” at the side of the pool. In the spring, we would cach tad poles there. After the pool was cleaned they would re-fill it using iron pipes which rested on the bottom of the swimming pool. We used to catch fish and frogs in the little creek below th the swimming pool.
We used to build “forts” by piling up pine needles in the woods near the swimming pool. I used to clim high in the tall pine trees which were in the woods near where the little creek entered the swimming pool. There were several crab apple trees near the “Stepping Stones” end of the swimming pool. We used to play baseball in the flat open area just to the right of the main entrance to Bird Park. Further up Washington Street, on of the iron bars of the fense which enclosed the park was bent so that we could squeeze through. Our “short cut” in and out of the Park.
We used to through snowballs at passing cars from inbetween the large arpartment budildings across from the Park. Play nated were Larry Hogan, his little brother Terry Hogan. Thay had sisters named Shela and Helen.
Several houses up the street lived the Baronowski family: Gerald and Eddy, there mother Helen, and there father, who was a carpenter. They had a big old wooden fishibng boat in their back yard which was great to play in.
All of our yards were adjacient to the Bird School grounds.
lived at Hawkes Av., Columbus, Ohio 1943
Sullivant Av., Columbus, Ohio 1945
Campbell Av., Columbus, Ohio 1948
McKittrick Heights, Jackson, Ohio 1948
16 June St., East Walpole, Mass 1949- June 1955
9 Lady Av., Jackson, Ohio June 1955- Nov. 1956 Judy McGrath
2230 Middlehurst Dr., Columbus, Ohio Nov..1956-1962 Nancy Finegan
rented rooms in Miami, Florida 1962
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas Oct.1962- Feb.1964
MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida Feb.1964- Oct..1966 Sharon Doherty
Hotel on 6th St, near Market, San Francisco Novt. 1966
Kinau St., Honolulu, Hawaii Nov.1966- Feb.1967
973 Haight St., San Francisco, Ca. Feb..1967 - June 1967 with Judy
519 Jones St., San Francisco, Ca. July 1967
5 Fella Place, San Francisco, Ca. August 1967 with Judy
Lincoln Hotel, Market St., San Francisco, Ca 1968
Carl St., San Francsico, Ca. 1968
Lincoln Hotel, Market St., San Francisco, Ca 1968
Carl St., San Francsico, Ca. 1968 with Elaine
Fulton St., San Francisco, Ca. Aug. 1968-1969 with Elaine
Gratton St., San Francisco, Ca. 1969 with Elaine
8xx Haight St, San Francisco, Ca. 1969 with Elaine
Coronado St., Daly City, Ca. 1970 with Elaine
35th Av, San Francisco, Ca. 1970 with Elaine
Lincoln Hotel, Market St., San Francisco, Ca 1970
sail boat at China Basin, San Francisco, Ca. 1970
Coronado St., Daly City, Ca. 1970
Carl St, San Francsico, Ca. 1971
5th Av., San Francisco, Ca. 1972-1973
49 Garibaldi St., Daly City, Ca. 1973 - 1976
1151 Post St., San Francisco, Ca. 1977-1979
7551 Sunkist Dr., Oakland, Ca. 1979-1986
2269 Mastlands Dr, Oakland, Ca. 1986-1993
7551 Sunkist Dr., Oakland, Ca. 1993-2004
12th St., Oakland, Ca. 2004-2006
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii 2006-2007
Water Av. Olive Hill, Ky. 2007
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii 2007-2008
Water Av. Olive Hill, Ky. 2008
975 Lick Branch, Olive Hill, Ky. 2008-end
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 1999 18:26:25 EST