Genealogy of the descendants of John Nelson Ross, and related Families



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Hi Shirley,

Following are the surnames listed in your msg. that I have in my file. If you

see amyone I may be able to help with please let me know. Also would

appreciate any info that you may want to share if it connects to my file.

Harley

Descendants of PAULINA ANN COLLINS


1 PAULINA ANN COLLINS 1844 - 1926 b: January 01, 1844 in Bath Co. Ky. d:April 20, 1926 in Bath Co. Ky.

. +GEORGE HAMILTON GOODPASTER 1847 - 1931 b: January 01, 1847 in Montgomery Co., KY d: September 21, 1931 in Bath Co. Ky.

... 2 JAMES LEE GOODPASTER 1867 - 1952 b: May 12, 1867 in Bath Co. Ky. d:May 09, 1952

....... +MARY ELIZABETH COYLE

........ 3 RAYMOND GOODPASTER 1900 - 1983 b: October 28, 1900 in Bath Co.Ky. d: March 06, 1983 in Hillsboro, Fleming Co.,KY

............ +ALTA G. BARBER 1899 - 1978 b: November 17, 1899 in Fleming Co.,Ky d: July 08, 1978 in Bur Lexington Cem ,Flemingsburg, Ky.

.............. 4 ROBERT LEE GOODPASTER 1922 - b: February 15, 1922

.................. +PATSY ROSS

.............. 4 ENID M. GOODPASTER 1924 - 1995 b: October 04, 1924 inFleming Co., KY d: January 16, 1995 in Greenville, S.C.

.................. +JACK DENTON

.............. 4 CAROLYN BARBER GOODPASTER 1928 - b: 1928

.................. +JULIAN NORTON

.............. 4 JOHN DANIEL GOODPASTER 1930 - 1966 b: August 16, 1930 inGrange City, Fleming Co.,KY d: December 12, 1966 in Fleming Co.,Ky

.................. +OLIVE RUTH RUNYAN

................... 5 DANIEL RUNYAN GOODPASTER 1950 - 1970 b: April 03, 1950in Maysville, Mason Co.,KY d: December 30, 1970 in Mt Hope Rd, Fleming Co., KY

................... 5 CAROLYN LEE GOODPASTER 1952 - b: February 09, 1952 inMason Co.,KY

........ 3 ARTIE GOODPASTER

........ 3 ALMA GOODPASTER

........ 3 JOHN GOODPASTER

........ 3 BLANCHE GOODPASTER

........ 3 ILEY GOODPASTER

........ 3 GEORGE GOODPASTER

... 2 JOHN ALBERT GOODPASTER

... 2 WILLIAM E. GOODPASTER

... 2 THEDORA GOODPASTER

... 2 MILTON GOODPASTER

... 2 JOSIAH GOODPASTER

... 2 KATHERINE ANN GOODPASTER

... 2 BANKS GOODPASTER

... 2 MARY ALICE GOODPASTER

**************

Descendants of ROBERT H. COLLINS


1 ROBERT H. COLLINS

. +LYDA HOWARD - 1988 d: December 05, 1988 in Selma, Ala.

... 2 STEPHEN B. COLLINS

*****************

Descendants of CLINTON HUGHES
1 CLINTON HUGHES

. +SARAH WALTON 1836 - b: 1836

******************

Descendants of GEORGE MOORE


1 GEORGE MOORE 1809 - b: 1809 in kY

. +JANE ???? 1810 - b: 1810 in KY

... 2 TOLLIVER MOORE 1832 - b: 1832 in FL eming Co., KY

....... +MARY DENTON 1839 - b: 1839

... 2 JAMES MARION MOORE 1838 - 1945 b: December 29, 1838 in Bath Co. Ky. d:

April 18, 1945 in Bath Co. Ky.

....... +LOUISANA (LOU) BARBER 1847 - 1945 b: March 01, 1847 in Fleming Co.,

Ky d: May 15, 1945 in Bath Co., Ky. Old Virginia Cem.

Bath Co.,KY

........ 3 ROBERT MOORE

........ 3 ETNA (COLLIE) MOORE 1866 - 1939 b: July 11, 1866 in Bath Co.

Ky. d: November 22, 1939 in Bath Co. Ky. Old Virginia Cem.

............ +UNKNOWN ANDERSON

........ 3 MOLLIE ( Twin) MOORE

........ 3 TENA ( Twin ) MOORE

... 2 PENOLPE MOORE 1834 - b: 1834 in Fl eming Co., KY

... 2 ANTAONETTA MOORE 1836 - b: 1836 in Fl eming Co., KY

... 2 MARY WILLIS MOORE 1842 - b: 1842 in Fl eming Co., KY

... 2 GEORGE W. MOORE 1844 - b: 1844 in Fl eming Co., KY

... 2 ROBERT T. MOORE 1849 - b: 1849 in Fl eming Co., KY

***************

Descendants of CLARENCE MOORE


1 CLARENCE MOORE

. +ROXY LACY RAWLINGS 1908 - b: 1908

... 2 BEULAH MOORE

... 2 BETTY MOORE

... 2 JUNIE MOORE

... 2 EULA MOORE

***************

Descendants of GRACE FLORENCE MOORE


1 GRACE FLORENCE MOORE 1913 - b: February 04, 1913 in Farmers, Rowan Co.,

KY


. +TILTON CRAWFORD 1902 - 1988 b: November 11, 1902 in Stringtown Fleming

Co.,Ky d: January 09, 1988 in Fairview Cem.,Hillsboro,Ky. Fleming Co.

... 2 NADINE CRAWFORD 1933 - b: October 16, 1933 in Fleming Co.,Ky

....... +ERNEST BARKER 1931 - b: August 27, 1931 in Carter Co.,KY

........ 3 RANDY DEAN BARKER 1952 - b: October 15, 1952 in Colorado

Springs,Co

............ +MARCELYENA JEAN DORN

........ 3 DEBRA LYNN BARKER 1954 - b: March 07, 1954 in Maysville, Mason

Co.,KY

............ +CHARLES T. COTTERILL JR



........ 3 MYRA ANN BARKER 1955 - b: November 15, 1955 in Maysville, Mason

Co.,KY Hayswood Hosp.

............ +DANNY RAY DILLON 1954 - b: May 06, 1954 in Maysville, Mason

Co.,KY


.............. 4 DANA LYNN DILLON 1980 - b: May 05, 1980 in Lexington,Ky

Fayette Co.

.............. 4 JARED BRENTON DILLON 1984 - b: April 18, 1984 in C-ville

Taylor,KY

... 2 DANNY MITCHELL CRAWFORD 1940 - b: March 04, 1940 in Fleming Co.,Ky

....... +LINDA RUTH DENTON

*****************

Descendants of JAMES MOORE


1 JAMES MOORE

. +MARTHA DENTON 1737 - 1794 b: Abt. 1737 in Shenandoah Co.,VA d: Abt. 1794

in Johnson City,TN

****************

Descendants of DANIEL ALAN HOWARD
1 DANIEL ALAN HOWARD

. +JANICE MOORE

****************

Descendants of MARIE MOORE


1 MARIE MOORE

. +LOWELL DEAN BARBER 1932 - b: 1932

... 2 RICK BARBER

**************

Thats it Shirley, let me know.

Another claimed son of John Ross


????-> |-Andrew Ross b: 1790 in Livingston County, KY d. 1841 in Livngston Co., Kentucky per http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/h/a/Linda-J-Chavez/ODT9-0002.html

m1. (unk)

|

|-Nancy Ross b. 18 OCT 1818 d. 23 JAN 1856



Jones? ---> | married Joshua Jones b. 17 JUN 1813 d. 26 AUG 1871 also married Lily JONES b: 15 JUN 1824d. 20 SEP 1861

| |-Christopher Columbus Jones b. 21 DEC 1836 d. 19 JUN 1954

| |-Matilda Jones b. 1838

| |


| |-Mary E. Jones b. 26 SEP 1840 d. 2 JUN 1864

| | married James M. Pavy 6 SEP 1860 b. 1833 d. 1900

| |

| |-Elza Jefferson Jones b. 2 MAY 1843 d. 2 DEC 1858



| |-Andrew W. Jones b. 20 OCT 1845 d. 8 MAY 1873

| |-Jesse W. Jones b. 4 APR 1848 d. 20 MAR 1868

|

|-Elzey G. J. Ross b. 23 NOV 1820 d. 10 JUL 1895



married Margaret Dobbs b. 14 FEB 1820 d. 11 JAN 1894 also married William W. DOBBS 28 JUL 1842

|-Matilda Ross

m2. Sarah H. Walker 7 MAY 1825 in Caldwell, CO. (?!) b. 24 JUN 1804 in Livingston County, KY d. 18 SEP 1888 in Livingston County, KY

d/o Isaac Willson WALKER b: 31 OCT 1780 in MD. & Deborah Oliver PRATHER b: 24 OCT 1779 in MD.

|

|-James Columbus Ross b. 1830 d. 1910



| m1. Catherine Almina McGonegal b. 1837 in Kentucky d. 1920

| |


| |-Elza Jefferson Ross b. 25 JUL 1856 in Livingston County, KY d. 4 MAR 1876 in Livingston County, KY

| | married Margaret (unk) b. 1857 in Livingston County, KY

| |

| |-James Edgar Ross 1858 - 1918



| | married Mary E. Majors 1859 - 1914

| | |-Mary C. Ross 1881 - 1945

| | |-Ada Ross 1883 -

| | |-Wilford Ross 1886 - 1922

| | |-Eddie Ross 1888 - 1956

| | |-Freddie Ross 1891 - more on these lines on worldconnect.com

| |

| |-John Samuel Morgan Ross 1861 -



| |-Andrew Newt Ross 1864 - 1947

| |


| |-Elizugiven Ross 1866 - 1952

| | m1. Laura Dukes 1871 - 1939

| | |-A Son 1898 -

| | |-A Daughter 1908 -

| |

| | m2. Josephine Walker



| |

| |-Alma Margaret Ross 1868 - 1940

| married Charles O. Wood 1868 - 1963

|

| m2. Mary Ann Zanone b. 18 JAN 1854 in Kentucky d. 16 DEC 1917 in Ky d/o Antonio ZANONE b: 1835 in Italy & Caroline ROTHMAN b: 1836 in Baden, Germ



| |

| |-Katie C. Ross b. 17 MAR 1872 in Livingston County, KY d. 8 JUN 1943 in Paducah, KY Note: death certificate #14107

| | married Blutcher V. Morris 21 NOV 1898 in Paducah, KY b. 26 DEC 1871 in Clarksville, TN d. 8 FEB 1933 in Paducah, KY Death certificate #04816

| | s/o John Washington MORRIS b: 1833 in Sumner Co, TN & Mary Elizabeth HALL b: 13 JAN 1849 in TN

| | |

| | |-Clarence (Peanuts) Morris 1900 - 1985



| | | married Elsie Bryan 1900 - 1965

| | | |


| | | |-William Morris 1922 -

| | | | married Mary Carlin 1925 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Jeannie Morris 1947 -

| | | | | married Danny Jewett

| | | | | |-Sarah Jewett 1978 -

| | | | | |-Christopher Jewett 1981 -

| | | | | |-Teresa Jewett 1982 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Elizabeth Morris 1948 -

| | | | | married George Rotgen

| | | | | |-Denise Rotgen 1969 -

| | | | | | married Henry (unk)

| | | | | | |-Hali

| | | | | | |-Lance more on these at worldconnect.com

| | | | | |

| | | | | |-Arron Rotgen 1973 -

| | | | | |-Ian Rotgen 1982 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Billy Morris 1950 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Mary Jo Morris 1954 -

| | | | | married M. McMormick

| | | | |

| | | | |-Ann Morris 1957 -

| | | | | married Bill Tepley

| | | | | |-Savannah Tepley 1993 -

| | | | | |-Grace Tepley 1995 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-John Morris 1963 -

| | | |

| | | |-Patsy R. Morris 1927 -



| | | married Charles Buren Jones 1927 -

| | | |


| | | |-Linda Joyce Jones 1949 -

| | | | married Joseph Anthony Chavez 1949 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Richard Steven Chavez 1969 -

| | | | | married Jennifer Joy Bentheim 1971 -

| | | | | |-Evan Charles Chavez 1998 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Charles Buren Chavez III 1972 - 1976

| | | | |-Jennifer Robin Chavez 1974 - 1974

| | | |


| | | |-Charlene Jones 1950 -

| | | m1. Thomas Rosales, Jr. 1948 -

| | | |-Angela Christine Rosales 1971 -

| | | |-Thomas Rosales III 1973 -

| | |

| | | m2. Richard Alan Chambers 1954 -



| | |-Claude Morris 1902 - 1961

| | | married Eula Gladys Thompson 1903 - 1975

| | | |

| | | |-Norma Don Morris 1925 -



| | | | m1. Donal D. Wickert 1918 - 1989

| | | |


| | | | m2. David Jackson Owens 1924 - 1961

| | | | |-Claudia Owens 1946 -

| | | | | married George Robertson 1946 -

| | | | | |-Jason Dunbar Robertson 1970 -

| | | | | |-David Cooper Robertson 1976 -

| | | | | |-Lucy Owens Robertson 1978 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Celia Ann Owens 1949 -

| | | | | m1. Howard Robertson

| | | | | |-Benjamin Robertson

| | | | |

| | | | | m2. Alex Wilkinson

| | | | |

| | | | |-David J. Owens 1960 -

| | | |

| | | | m3.Joseph (Joe) Cornell Rebik 1925 -



| | | |

| | | |-Joe Thomas Morris 1926 - 1973

| | | | married Parettia Jane Owen 1930 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Tracy Diane Morris 1952 -

| | | | | m1. Charles Alan Smith 1951 -

| | | | |

| | | | | m2. James William Ballman 1946 -

| | | | | |-Peter Benjamin Ballman

| | | | |

| | | | | m3. John P. Mathis

| | | | |

| | | | | m4. Richard A. Paul

| | | | |

| | | | |-Mark Owen Morris 1955 -

| | | | | m1. Vickie G. Groce

| | | | |

| | | | | m2. Darlene Bonnie Studle 1954 -

| | | | | |-Shannon Jo Morris

| | | | |

| | | | |-Bradford Allen Morris 1960 -

| | | | married Lisa Lynn Wurth 1960 -

| | | | |-Jared Allen Morris

| | | | |-Ashley Lynn Morris

| | | |

| | | |-Charles Edward Morris 1930 - 1983



| | | | married Laura Jean Peyton 1935 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Charles Stephen Morris 1955 -

| | | | | married Pamela Jane Caneer

| | | | |

| | | | |-Teri Jane Morris 1956 -

| | | | | m1. Donald L. Muller

| | | | | |-Gary Don Muller 1984 -

| | | | | |-Kristen Elaine Muller 1985 - 1985

| | | | |

| | | | | m2. Gary Solan Williams

| | | | | |-Hannah Elizabeth Muller 1995 -

| | | | |

| | | | | m3. James Paul Lee

| | | | | |-Charles Jeffery Lee 1976 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-John Gregson Morris 1960 -

| | | | m1. Cindy Melissa Green 1965 -

| | | |

| | | | m2. Jeannie Y. Nichols 1963 -

| | | |

| | | |-Robert Eugene Morris 1932 -



| | | | married Peggy Jean Galloway 1932 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Jane Anne Morris 1954 -

| | | | | married Steve Ray Roussel 1957 -

| | | | | |-Benjamin Ray Roussel 1975 -

| | | | | |-Robert Paul Roussel 1979 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Kim Elizabeth Morris 1959 -

| | | | | married Gregory Scott Heebink 1957 -

| | | | | |-Elizabeth Anne Heebink 1990 -

| | | | | |-Gregory Scott Heebink 1995 -

| | | | | |-John Morris Heebink 1998 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Amy Louisa Morris 1968 -

| | | | married Jeffrey Lynn Holland 1967 -

| | | | |-Sidney Lauren Holland 1994 -

| | | | |-Jeffery Carter Holland 1996 -

| | | |


| | | |-David Lee Morris 1936 -

| | | married Virginia Carolyn Cardwell 1937 -

| | | |

| | | |-William Cardwell Morris 1964 -



| | | | married Allison Kaye Garms 1965 -

| | | | |-Mackenzie Cardwell Morris 1993 -

| | | | |-Madeline Kay Morris 1994 -

| | | |


| | | |-Anna Laura Morris 1966 -

| | | | married Russell Alan Settle, Jr 1967 -

| | | | |-Katherine Clarice Settle 1995 -

| | | | |-Clark Russell Settle 1998 -

| | | |

| | | |-James David Morris 1968 -



| | | married Rebecca (Becky)Gray Baird 1970 -

| | |


| | |-Alvin Morris(Bo) 1904 - 1919

| | |


| | |-Winfred Morris(Dude) 1906 - 1997

| | | married Elsie Mae Hendon 1908 - 1998

| | | |-Patricia Ann Morris 1933 - 1949

| | | |


| | | |-Thomas Frederick Morris 1937 - 1992

| | | married Nancy Sue Warren 1938 -

| | | |

| | | |-Pamela Ann Morris 1954 -



| | | | m1. Raymond Curtsinger

| | | | |-Jean Ellen Morris 1978 -

| | | |

| | | | m2. +James Kirk Barnhill



| | | |

| | | |-Bret Morris 1959 -

| | | | married Sarah (unk)

| | | |


| | | |-Cynthia Ann Morris 1959 -

| | | | married Jeffery Lynn Walker 1958 -

| | | |

| | | |-Christy Morris 1970 -



| | | married Clint Barrow 1967 -

| | | |-Christopher Thomas Barrow 1994 -

| | |

| | |-John Morris 1907 - 1985



| | | married Kathleen Canada 1915 -

| | | |


| | | |-Jerome J. (Jerry)Morris 1936 - 1997

| | | | married Jeanette Stillinger

| | | | |-John Morris II

| | | |


| | | |-John Phillip Morris 1940 -

| | | | m1. Anne M. Pittman

| | | m2. Susan Gail White 1953 -

| | | m3. Brenda A. Fox 1952 -

| | |

| | |-Henry Morris 1909 - 1971



| | | married Virginia Reynolds

| | | |


| | | |-Barbara Nell Morris

| | | | married Charles Alton Wurth

| | | |

| | | |-Kenneth Dale Morris 1944 -

| | | | married Jean Ann Gower 1947 -

| | | | |

| | | | |-Jason Dale Morris 1972 -

| | | | | married Jessica Carrillo

| | | | |

| | | | |-Valerie Shea Morris 1977 -

| | |

| | |-Andy Morris 1912 - 1976



| | married Victoria Snyder 1917 -

| | |


| | |-Kathryn Morris 1948 -

| | | married Daniel Green

| | | |-Jennifer Green 1972 -

| | | |-Laura Green 1978 -

| | | |-Scott Green 1983 -

| | |


| | |-Ruth A. Morris 1949 -

| | | married Allen L. Harrington

| | | |-Andra Harrington 1975 -

| | |


| | |-Stephen A. Morris 1955 -

| | married Gwendolin C. Turner

| |

| |-Charles Ross b. 1874 in Livingston County, KY d. 16 DEC 1942 in Livingston County, KY



| |

| |-John Ross b. 1876 in Livingston County, KY d. 15 FEB 1926 in McCracken Co, KY

| | married Mattie J. (unk) b. 1862 in Kentucky

| |


| |-Henry M. Ross b. 1879 in Livingston County, KY d. 26 JUN 1881 in Livingston County, KY

| |-Mary Ross b. 13 NOV 1881 in Livingston County, KY d. 1898 in TN

| |

| |-Edward Ross b. 15 JUN 1885 in Ky. d. 24 AUG 1975 in Ky.



| | married Agnes Kemper b. 29 JUN 1905 d. 2 AUG 1979 in McCracken Co, KY

| |


| |-Maggie Belle Ross b. 30 JUL 1888 in Livingston County, KY d. 1956 in McCracken Co, KY

| married Lee Haggerdorn 3 OCT 1912 in Paducah, KY b. 1885 in Iowa d. in Ky. aka Hagedoor, Hagedorn, Hodgedon, Hagedorr

| s/o Gus HAGGERDORN & Sarah HAGGERDORN b: in IL

|

|-Martha Jane Ross 1830 - 1890



| married James Jolly 1828 - 1890

| |


| |-George Jolly 1856 - 1930

Jones? ---> | | married Serena Annora Jones 1858 - 1930

| | |-Elvis E. Jolly 1879 - 1930

| | |-Gilbert C Jolly 1880 - 1930

| | |

| | |-Maude P Jolly 1886 - 1930



| | | married A. Dixon 1885 - 1960

| | |


| | |-Lula Jolly 1889 - 1930

| | | married (unk) Nickell 1887 - 1930

| | |

| | |-James E Jolly 1893 - 1930



| | |-A. B. Jolly 1894 - 1897

| | |


| | |-Londa L Jolly 1897 -

| | | m1. Kelsey Vick 1900 - 1930

| | | m2. Roy M. Jones 1900 - 1940

| | |


| | |-Esther Jolly 1900 - 1930

| | married Alvarez 1900 - 1930

| |

| |-Thomas Andrew Jolly 1858 - 1933



| | married Luella Mittie Marshall 1873 - 1966

| | |


| | |-Bessie Mabel Jolly 1895 - 1982

| | | m1. Walter Wolf 1889 - 1985

| | | |-Lee Allen Wolf 1920 -

| | | |


| | | |-Mary Lucille Wolf 1922 -

| | | married Harold Raymond Lovan 1914 -

| | | |-Philis Kay Lovan 1944 - 1944

| | | |


| | | |-Nancy Dianne Lovan 1947 -

| | | | m1. Ronald Brockman

| | | | m2. Norbert John Verporter

| | | |


| | | |-Harold Thomas Lovan 1949 - 1967

| | | |


| | | |-James Raymond Lovan 1954 -

| | | | married Colleen Marie Burgen 1959 -

| | | |

| | | |-Trina Lynn Lovan 1959 -



| | | m1. Robert Reeuer

| | | m2. Larry Sherrill

| | | m2. Edward H. Kennedy 1878 - 1957

| | |


| | |-Roy William Jolly (Twin) 1896 - 1978

| | | married (unk) Revel 1917 - 1988

| | |

| | |-Baby Girl Jolly (Twin) 1896 - 1896



| | |

| | |-Mary Martha Jolly 1901 - 1974

| | | married William Everett Hampton 1900 - 1975

| | |


| | |-Jessie Lucille Jolly 1907 -

| | married Randolph Frymire 1905 -

| | |-Hazel Kathleen Frymire

| | |-Margaret Frymire

| | |

| | |-Randolph Frymire Jr.



| | married Marshall Bailey

| |


| |-Mary Penola Jolly 1861 - 1937

| | married William H. Stringer 1853 - 1941

| | |

| | |-Nettie Stringer 1889 - 1938



| | | married Ezra L. Haggard 1885 - 1950

| | |


| | |-Beulah Stringer 1875 - 1969

| | m1. Wayne Daniels 1870 - 1935

| | |-Martha Jane Daniels 1890 - 1920

| | |-Wayne Daniels 1890 - 1920

| | |-Fred Daniels 1890 - 1920

| |


| | m2. Charles Morris 1873 - 1980

| |


| |-William Elvis Jolly 1864 - 1950

| | married Mary Elizabeth Bettie Nickells 1870 - 1960

| | |-Hugh C. Jolly 1895 - 1960

| | |-Phillip Y. Jolly 1900 - 1980

| | |

| | |-Elizabeth Jolly 1901 - 1980



| | married G. Farley Riddle 1900 - 1962

| | |-Phillip Riddle 1922 -

| | |-Muriel Riddle 1923 -

| |


| |-Charles H. Jolly 1868 - 1940

|

|-Willis C. Ross 1840 - 1860



married Mary Barlow 1840 - 1940

|-Mary Willis Ross 1856 - 1857

|-George Etta Ross 1858 - 1950
m2. Mary (unk)

|-John Ross b. 1802

|

|-James Ross b. 1803 in Ky. d. in Ky per worldconnect.com



| married Rebecca Young 2 OCT 1826 b. 1803 in Ky. d. 29 JAN 1853 in Ky.

| |


| |-Loven Ross b. 1827

| | married (unk)

| | |

| | |-Winfield Scott Ross



| | married (unk)

| | |-Marvin Miller Ross

| |

| |-Claborn Ross b. 1828



| | married Sarah V. Green 10 MAR 1857 in Livingston County, KY

| |


| |-Andrew J. Ross b. 1829 in Livingston County, KY

| | married Elisa Ann Stubbs

| | |-Mary Alice Ross b: 26 AUG 1856 in Ky. d. 15 AUG 1857 in Ky.

| | |


| | |-Mildred Andrew Ross b. 27 SEP 1866 in Ky. d. 16 JAN 1940 in Ky.

| | married Charlie Winders

| |

| |-Bethel Ross b. 1830



| |

| |-Sarah Jane Ross b. 1831

| | married John T. Cochran 19 FEB 1857

| |


| |-Martha Ann Ross b. 1833

| m1. William Cowan

| m2. William W. Dunford 8 DEC 1858 in Livingston County, KY

|

|-Enoch Ross b. 1804



| m1 (unk)

| |


| |-Enoch Ross Jr

| married Adaline Covington 14 OCT 1856 in Livingston County, KY

|

| m2. Nancy W. Phelps 15 JAN 1852 in Livingston County, KY



|

|-Bartholomew Ross b. 1806

|-Ginsey Ross b. 1807

Thomas Bunyan

great grandfather of Sarah (Bunyan) Brown

Thomas BUNYAN b. Abt 1575 in Eng d. 1641 in Eng

m2. Elizabeth LEIGH 18 Nov 1603 Elstow, Bedford, Eng b. abt 1583 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 1641 in England per LDS

|-John BUNYAN b. 1605 in Eng Christened 3 Feb 1605 in Maulden, Bedford, Eng

|-William BUNYAN b. 1607 in Eng Christened 6 Dec 1607 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 1607

|-Francis BUNYAN b. 1609 in Eng Christened 6 Feb 1609 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

|-Nicholas BUNYAN b. 1610 in Eng Christened 1 Apr 1610 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

|

|-Edward BUNYAN b. ca1610 in Eng



Bentley-> | married Rose BENTLEY 31 Aug 1629 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England b. 1610 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire Co., England

| Christened 12 Jul 1612 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England d/o William BENTLEY & Mary GOODWIN (more on LDS) (ref. Bentley genealogy)

| |-Rose BUNYAN b. 1633 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 3 Apr 1633 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

| |-Anne BUNYAN b. 1634 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 7 Sep 1634 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

|

|-Alice BUNYAN b. 1614 in Eng Christened 12 Apr 1614 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng



|-Anna BUNYAN b. 1615 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 29 May 1615 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

|-Isabell BUNYAN b. 1616 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 1 Sep 1616 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng


m1. (unk) b. Abt 1580 in Eng d. 1603 in Eng

|

|-Elizabeth BUNYAN b. ca1598 in Eng Christened 23 Jan 1599 in Maulden, Bedford, Eng



|

|-Thomas BUNYAN b. 28 Feb 1602 in England Christening 24 Feb 1602/1603 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 1676 in Eng buried 7 Feb 1676 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng “tinkerer”

m3. Ann (unk) Aug 1644 in Eng b. ca1625 in Eng d. Sep 1680 in Eng

|-Charles BUNYAN b. 1645 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 22 May 1645 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 1645 in Eng buried 30 May 1645 in Eng

|-Thomas BUNYAN b. ca1647 in Eng
m1. Alice PUMEY 20 Jan 1623 in Eng. b. ca1605 in Eng d. 1627
Bentley----> m2. Margaret BENTLEY 23 May 1627 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England b. 1603 per Jennifer Campbell d. ca1643

http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jkt1&id=I574 d/o William BENTLEY & Mary GOODWIN (ref. Bentley genealogy)

|

|-Margaret BUNYAN b. 7 Mar 1630 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng Christened 7 Mar 1630 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 4 Jul 1644 in England buried 24 Jul 1644 in Eng



| married Benjamin Bentley “of Bedford, England”

| “I recently read about the Bunyan's in Cameron Ralph Stewart's book Genealogical Classification By Family Group Coding: For Descent from Common Ancestors. On page | 1043 it refers to The Life and Ancestry of Randall Spencer Bentley 1890 whose paternal ancestor was Benjamin Bentley of Bedford, England, a contemporary and friend of | the celebrated patriot and preacher, John Bunyan. Benjamin married Bunyan's sister,Margaret. He was a member of the Baptist Church to which Bunyan ministered. He | went with Roger Williams and his Baptist Church in America.” per Carol Bentley Willoughby cwilloughby@skybiz.com


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|-William BUNYAN b. 1633 in Eng Christened 1 Dec 1633 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng

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|-John BUNYAN b. 30 Nov 1628 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England Christened 30 Nov 1628 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 31 Aug 1688 in London, Eng



buried in Bunhill Fields, Finsbury, Eng

m1. Mary (unk) 1648/1649 in Eng per LDS d. 1658

|-Mary Bunyan b. 1650 Christened: Jul 1650 in Bedford, England was “blind”

m2. Elizabeth (unk) in 1659 in Eng. b. 1640/1641 in Elstow, Bedford, Eng d. 1691in Eng

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|-Sarah BUNYAN b. Abt 1665 in Bedford, Eng (b. Abt 1660 in Bedford,Bedfordshire,England per Carol Van Tine Yocom )



| ref http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cyocom&id=I4346

Brown---> | married William Brown 19 Dec 1686, St. Cuthbert's, Bedford aka William Browne b. Abt 1661 Of Midgley, Somerset, England (ref. Brown genealogy)



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|-Joseph BUNYAN b. 1672 in Eng Christened 16 Nov 1672



married Mary CHARNOCK Dec 1694 at St. Paul's, Bedford, Bedford, Eng
John Bunyan, who has been named "the Immortal Tinker", became one of the world's most well-known Christian writers. He wrote many books, but his most famous one, "Pilgrim's Progress", has become a world classic.
In 1660 Cromwell's Protectorate came to an end and the monarchy was restored. Believing that the only way to foster unity within the nation was to force religious conformity, the government attempted to arrest the growth of independent churches by forbidding preaching. Bunyan refused to obey this, and was arrested, and sentenced to remain in prison until he agreed to conform.
The County Gaol then stood on the corner of the High Street and Silver Street, and there is a plaque marking the spot. Bunyan was 32 when he first went to prison, and he remained there for the next twelve years. During this time he wrote two major works - his autobiography (Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners) and The Pilgrim's Progress.
In 1672 Charles II issued a Declaration of Religious Indulgence, and Bunyan, along with others, was set free. He was immediately appointed pastor of the Independent Congregation. However, the following year the King withdrew his Declaration and Bunyan was again put into prison. He was released four years later, and on 18 February 1677 published the work for which he is so well known.
Bunyan lived for another ten years, during which he wrote another forty books! He died in August 1688, and is buried in City Road, London. per http://www.kbnet.co.uk/bedford/
John Bunyan was born in 1628. In 1644 he was caught up in the Civil War and drafted into the Parliamentary army. Four years later he entered a period of intense spiritual struggle (chronicled in Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners), after which he emerged a new man. He joined a Nonconformist church and began to preach. Bunyan spent many years in prison because of his faith and during this time began writing The Pilgrim's Progress. The first part was published in 1678 and the second part, together with the whole work, was published in 1684. Bunyan died in 1688.
They call it John Bunyan's Bedford and perhaps it's hardly surprising. For a lowly seventeenth century tinker to have risen to become one of the most celebrated writers in the English language was a feat indeed. The Pilgrim's Progress has been translated into into 200 different languages and was written in Bedford County Gaol where Bunyan languished for twelve years. Don't miss Bunyan's Meeting House and Museum to view many of his personal possessions and other relics.
Visit Elstow, the village where this great non-conformist grew up and call into Elstow Moot Hall and Green. Look out for Bunyan's Mead cottages (not open to the public) and Elstow Abbey. Take a guided tour and see many more places which not only commemorate this great writer and preacher, but are a fascinating historylesson in themselves.
Places to visit:

Bunyan Museum 011-01234-358870

Bunyan Meeting House (01234) 213722

Elstow Moot Hall (01234) 266889

Elstow Abbey, by prior arrangement (01234) 261477

Philosopher's Corner Presents: John Bunyan http://www.interfaithfellowship.org/oncourse/articles/philosophers/bunyan.html


English cleric and author. Born Nov 28, 1628 at Elstow, Bedfordshire, England. Died at London, Aug 31, 1688. Bunyan was a fervent English Puritan and a supreme master of English prose. Educated briefly in the local school, Bunyan early became a tinker like his father. During the English Civil War, he served (1646) in the parliamentary army. As a member of a Baptist congregation in Bedford after 1653, Bunyan clashed with his fellow nonconformists, the Quakers. This experience led to two religious pamphlets published in 1656 and 1657 in defense of his faith and launched him on a new career as an itinerant

preacher.


Arrested in 1660 for preaching without a license, Bunyan spent most of the next 12 years in jail. While there he produced 10 books, the most important of which was his powerful spiritual autobiography, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners (1666). In this he chronicles his many battles with Satan and the "the merciful working of God" leading to his salvation and the acceptance of his divine call to preach.
Following his release from prison in 1672 and his temporary reimprisonment for non- conformity, Bunyan completed his most famous work, Pilgrim's Progress an allegory of Christian salvation. It was published in two parts, in 1678 and 1684. Bunyan's other works -- rich in biblical echoes and notable in their vigorous, colloquial, and highly personal style -- include The Life and Death of Mr. Badman (1680), which presents a dialogue between Mr. Wisemans and Mr. Attentive, the biography of an unregenerate rogue, The Holy War (1682) in which the City of Mansoul (symbolizing the human soul) is besieged by Diabolus

and delivered by Emmanuel.


Some Quotes from Bunyan:

"He that is down need fear no fall"

"There was a man though some did call him mad, the more he cast away, the more he had."

"If we have not quiet in our minds, outward comfort will do no more for us than a golden slipper on a gouty foot."


The Bunyan Surname Message Board Reply | Message List | Previous | Next | Parent Message #16 Friday, September 08, 2000

Subject: BUNYAN Marriage to Brown(E)

Posted by: Michael King

Message:


Hi John, My records show:

Sarah BUNYAN b. 1665 & William BrownE b. abt 1661, Midgley, Somerset

m. 19 Dec 1686, St. Cuthbert's, Bedford

| William Brown* | b. abt 1687 | & Mary | b. abt 1691, St. Cuthbert's, Bedford

Hope this is useful. Regards, Mike King.
Hi John,I'm a direct decendent of John Bunyan on my fathers side of the family. My father fathers name was Jacob Bunyan, who was married to a Sarah Rymal and although lived in East London they lived in Aylesbury for a time during the 2nd World War. Sarah and Jacob had five sons (one died during the war the other as a child ! ) Jacob left Sarah whose surnam was Frogley and after that nothing is known about him. per Lillian at The Bunyan Surname Message Board at familyhistory.com
BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN BUNYAN CHILDHOOD

In 1628 John Bunyan was born in the parish of Elstow, approximately two kilometres to the south of Bedford, where he was baptised on 30 November 1628. He was the son of a tinker. Although the family was poor, they owned a cottage nearby, in the hamlet of Harrowden. Bunyan described his childhood as normal and happy, and he learned to read and write a little. As a child he travelled the district helping his father and learning the trade.

CIVIL WAR 1642-45

In 1644, when Bunyan was 16, his mother died and his father remarried within a year. In November 1644 Bunyan was mustered (conscripted) in a county levy of the Parliamentary army. He seems to have spent most of his military service in garrison duty at Newport Pagnell. He later spoke of a narrow escape: "When I was a soldier, I, with others, was drawn out to go to such a place to besiege it; but when I was just ready to go, one of the company desired to go in my place; and coming to the siege, as he stood sentinel, he was shot in the head with a musket bullet, and died."

FIRST MARRIAGE AND SPIRITUAL CRISIS

Returning to Elstow in 1647 Bunyan resumed his work as a tinker, and the Museum has his anvil and metal violin from this period. Two years later he married a local girl who bore him four children, the first of whom, called Mary, was born blind. The arrival of Mary in 1650 made Bunyan reflect seriously on his life for the first time. He questioned the value of his favourite pastimes such as bell-ringing in Elstow Church, dancing and playing tip-cat, an early form of rounders. In Grace Abounding published in 1666, Bunyan describes this period of spiritual crisis admitting that, "Even as a child I had few equals in cursing, swearing, lying and blaspheming the Holy name of God".

JOINS INDEPENDENT CHURCH IN BEDFORD

The Civil War was over but it had made its mark throughout the country. Some people wanted a simpler form of worship and Independent congregations (from the Church of England) began to emerge. John Bunyan found one such congregation in 1653 at St John's Church, south of the river, where he became friends with their pastor John Gifford.

STARTS PREACHING

By 1655 Bunyan and his family were living in St Cuthbert's Street in Bedford and it was at this time that Bunyan discovered he was a gifted preacher, and by 1659 he was recognised beyond the county border as a preacher. In 1656 he became involved in disputes with local Quakers under Edward Burrough and these led to his first book, Some Gospel Truths Opened.

SECOND MARRIAGE

In 1658 his first wife died and the following year he married his second wife, Elizabeth, with whom he had two children. In this year he also published his most ambitious theological work, The Doctrine of the Law and Grace Unfolded.

ARRESTED FOR PREACHING

In 1660 Cromwell's Protectorate came to an end and the monarchy was restored. In the belief that national unity could only be achieved by religious uniformity, the state attempted to restrain the developing Independent congregations by forbidding preaching. Bunyan was arrested in the hamlet of Samsell just after he had begun a meeting. He was held at nearby Harlington Manor overnight and appeared before the local justices there when he was sentenced to three months in prison.

PRISON

Since Bunyan refused to give an assurance not to preach he remained in the County Gaol for 12 years from 1661 to 1672. The County Gaol was demolished in 1801, but one of its prison doors was saved and is on display within the Museum. In vain, his wife Elizabeth tried to get his case reopened by pleading with Sir Matthew Hale, the Lord Chief Justice of England, when he stayed in Bedford. Bunyan was allowed several privileges as a prisoner, since he was not a common criminal. The prison was only five minutes from his home so food was brought into his cell, often by his blind daughter Mary, and a stoneware jug believed to have been used for this purpose can be seen in the Museum. He also received daily visits from friends and had occasional excursions from prison, keeping him in close contact with members of the congregation. He is reputed to have made a wooden flute out of a stool leg in his prison cell: this is on display at the Museum. During imprisonment he supported his family by making "long tagged bootlaces" which they could sell.



WRITING THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

This period in prison was used for writing. In 1663 came Christian Behaviour followed in 1665 by The Holy City and in 1666 by Grace Abounding, his spiritual autobiography. It is thought that the impetus for the latter might have been the knowledge of the 40 people who died of the plague on the north side of the river where John Bunyan was imprisoned. This is mentioned in St Paul's Parish Register. It was during the years 1667-72 that Bunyan probably wrote much of the first part of The Pilgrim's Progress.

PASTOR OF BEDFORD CHURCH

In 1672 King Charles II issued the Declaration of Religious Indulgence and Bunyan, like other church offenders, was released from prison. He was immediately appointed pastor of the Independent congregation in Bedford, which later bought a barn and orchard in Mill Street as their place of meeting. In 1673 the King was forced to withdraw his Declaration, and early in 1677 Bunyan returned to prison.

"BISHOP BUNYAN"

Apart from this second (and some people think there was a third) brief spell in prison Bunyan spent his time from 1672 onwards preaching, directing the affairs of the Church and visiting outlying congregations and sister churches in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Surrey and in London. It is now that he earned the nickname "Bishop Bunyan".

MORE BOOKS

On 18 February 1678 Bunyan published the first part of The Pilgrim's Progress. During the last ten years of his life he wrote a further 40 books including The Life and Death of Mr Badman (1680), The Holy War (1682) and The Pilgrim's Progress - Second Part (1685).

BUNYAN'S WILL

In 1685 Bunyan made a deed of gift of his property to his wife, probably to avoid confiscation during the period of renewed persecution. This will was found during the later demolition of the Bunyan's Bedford home and is displayed in the Museum.

DEATH

On 31 August 1688 John Bunyan died in London. He had been on a mission of mercy to Reading, to effect reconciliation between a young neighbour of his and the father with whom he had quarrelled. The mission successfully accomplished, Bunyan continued his journey on horseback to London. On the way he was overtaken by a great storm of wind and rain, and he arrived at the house of his friend, John Strudwick on Snow Hill, drenched to the skin and feeling unwell. In spite of his evident weakness and sickness, he insisted on fulfilling an engagement to preach on the following Sunday, at the Meeting House of one John Gammons in Petticoat Lane. He then returned to John Strudwick's house, where he grew weaker, and a few days later died. Bunyan was buried in the Strudwick family vault in the burial ground of Bunhill Fields, City Road, London. Bunhill Fields is noted as the resting place of many prominent Dissenters.


Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 12:34:06 -0400From: Michael King To: BEDFORD-L@rootsweb.comSubject: BUNYAN Query

Hi,I've found the elusive Sarah BUNYAN.It's my fault; her marriage to Samuel VASS (my 4G-grandfather), was in the Great Brickhill PR. My only excuse (a poor one after having read all the stories related to misspelled names in registers and censuses) was that Samuel VASS was wrongly indexed as "VOSS" and I had always assumed (never, never assume!) that Sarah's marriage would appear somewhere in Beds, so that the BUNNIONs in GB were not worth following up - thus missing the "BUNNION (BUNYAN)" in the GB register index for marriages.

William Bentley

father of Margaret (Bentley) Bunyan

per LDS
William BENTLEY b. 1573 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England d. 1628 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire Co., England (b. 1577 in Elstow, Beds, England per Jennifer Campbell

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