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52. Mary Rebecca ASHURST. Born in 1837. Mary Rebecca died in 1915; she was 78.
Mary Rebecca married Washington REDMON, son of George REDMON Jr. (1781-1844) & Sallie HAYES (1786-). Born in 1824 in Flat Run, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Washington died in Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1908; he was 84.
Notes for WASHINGTON REDMON:

Washington died when about eighty-four years of age and several others (brothers) died much younger. (Kerr, Vol. 4, p. 407)


The old (George, Sr., home) place is now (1882) owned and occupied by Washington Redmon. (Perrin, p. 581)
A large monument in Paris Cemetery gives birth and death dates for Washington and Rebecca.
They had the following children:

84 i. Fannie (1854-1911)

ii. George W. Born about 1856 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. George W. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on December 9, 1861; he was 5.

Notes for GEORGE W REDMON: Paris obit, December 20, 1861: George W. Redman, son of Washington Redman, in the 6th year of his age, on Monday, the 9th instant.


iii. John N. Born in 1860.

iv. Annie. Born about 1866. Annie died before 1922; she was 56.

Annie married HUME.

85 v. Sarah Beth “Sallie” (1866-1947)

vi. Solomon E. Born in August 1868 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Solomon E. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on August 31, 1922; he was 54.

Notes for SOLOMON E REDMON: Paris Kentuckian Citizen, Saturday, September 2, 1922:

Solomon Redmon Takes His Life. Well Known Retired Farmer Fires Shotgun Charge Into Body And Dies Instantly. Son of Late Wash Redmon.---Making good his threat to a Paris friend that he would soon take his own fife, Mr. Solomon Redmon, a well known retired Bourbon County farmer, Thursday morning fired a charge from a shotgun into his body, the leaden missiles penetrating the heart and producing almost instant death.

Mr. Redmon was a visitor in Paris a few days ago and in conversation with a friend he imparted the information that he was tired of life and expected soon to end his earthly existence. Mr. Redmon at the time was apparently in good humor and little was thought of his remark until the sad news of his death was heralded in Paris shortly after nine o'clock Thursday. Mr. Redmon's sister, Mrs. [SaWel Castle Redmon, with whom he resided, on the Redmon Pike, near Paris, had left the house with her son, Mr. Jason Redmon, but a few minutes when Mr. Redmon procured his shotgun and went to the front of the Redmon home, where he placed the butt of the weapon on the ground and bending his body over the mouth of the gun, pulled the trigger. The shot tore a great hole in his stomach, penetrating the heart, and causing almost instant death.

Solomon Redmon was a son of the late Washington and Rebecca Ashurst Redmon, who were well known and respected Bourbon people. For years Mr. Redmon resided on his farm on the Redmon pike, but during the war he disposed of his country place and since he had practically retired from active business life, making his home with his only sister, Mrs. Castle Redmon. Two other sisters, the late Mrs. Fannie Redmon Shropshire and Mrs. Annie Redmon Hume, died several years ago.

Mrs. Clyde Calvert and Messrs. Jason Redmon and John Lair of Paris, and Redmon Lair of Cynthiana, are niece and nephews of the deceased. The fimeral services were conducted at the grave in the Paris Cemetery Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by Rev. Arthur Fox, pastor of the Paris Baptist church. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: Messrs. Joseph Redmon, Redmon Lair, John Lair, Leslie Wheeler, John Marston and Thomas Collier.

Buried in his father's plot in Paris Cemetery.


Family of William ASHURST (23) & Isabelle PETTY

53. Lloyd ASHURST. Born on July 13, 1840 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 561
LLOYD ASHURST, farmer; P. O. Paris; was born July 13, 1840, in Bourbon County, and is the son of William and Isabella (Petty) Ashurst; he was a farmer, as was his father and grandfather, the former a native of Bourbon County, and the son of Josiah Ashurst, who was born in Virginia. Our subject was married in 1863 to Miss Nannie E. Penn, daughter of Joseph Penn, of Bourbon County. They are the parents of eight children, viz: Anna Bell, Lulu, Willie, Lottie Maude, Geo. M., Tice and Charles. Mr. Ashurst is the owner of 175 acres of finely improved land, which he farms in a general way, besides devoting some of his time to fine short horn cattle. Politically, he is a Democrat, never having voted and other ticket. He is an Elder in the Christian Church of which he is a member, and is a friend to all educational and religious enterprises.
In 1863 when Lloyd was 22, he married Nannie E. PENN, daughter of Joseph PENN. Born in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. Anna Bell.

ii. Lulu.

iii. Willie.

iv. Lottie Maude.

v. George M.

vi. Tice.

vii. Charles.



Family of Julia A. KENNEDY (24) & Samuel H. CLAY

54. Ann Mariah CLAY.
On August 3, 1858 Ann Mariah married William Henry PIERCE, son of William PIERCE (ca1790-1852) & Mary Ann BEDFORD (ca1814-1879). Born on May 15, 1843 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Henry died on September 7, 1927; he was 84.
They had the following children:

86 i. Mary Elizabeth (1859-)

ii. William C. Born on May 18, 1861 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. William C. died in Denton, Denton County, Texas on April 25, 1889; he was 27. Buried in Denton, Denton County, Texas.

William C. married Ann HALL.

87 iii. Julia Lea (1863-)

88 iv. Annie Laura (1865-1904)

89 v. Franklin Bedford (1867-1942)

vi. Maggie (Died young). Born on October 1, 1869.

vii. Mary. Born on May 1, 1872. Resided in Denton, Denton County, Texas.

Mary married MULKEY.

viii. Henry (Died young). Born on January 6, 1875.

90 ix. John (1877-1933)


55. Washington Kennedy CLAY. Born on October 12, 1837 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Washington Kennedy died in Brighton, Adams County, Colorado on April 28, 1906; he was 68. Confederate Army.
On July 19, 1864 when Washington Kennedy was 26, he married Sophia Cass DRAKE, daughter of James DRAKE & Elizabeth BARTON, in Carlinsville, Illinois. Sophia Cass died on August 18, 1920 in Brighton, Adams County, Colorado.
They had the following children:

i. Samuel Henry.

ii. Minnie Alice.

iii. Julia Estella. Born on November 13, 1873 in Saline County, Missouri. Julia Estella died on September 12, 1879; she was 5.

iv. William Edgar.
56. Henry CLAY. Born in 1840.
Henry married Jennie GRIMES, daughter of Carl GRIMES & Louise TALBOTT.
They had one child:

i. Ernest (Died young).



Family of Mattie Bedford KENNEDY (25) & Charles Todd GARRARD

57. Edward Dudley GARRARD. Born in 1837. Edward Dudley died in Palo Pinto County, Texas on December 11, 1876; he was 39.
Edward Dudley married Fannie FIELD.
They had one child:

i. Frank Field.

In October 1898 Frank Field married Kate OLIVER. Born in Dallas, Texas.
58. Julia Clay GARRARD. Born on September 17, 1839. Julia Clay died on January 12, 1902; she was 62.
On November 3, 1859 when Julia Clay was 20, she married John Wesley SPARKS, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on July 31, 1833 in Harrison County, Kentucky. John Wesley died in Harrison County, Kentucky on January 24, 1915; he was 81.
They had the following children:

i. Charles Garrard.

ii. Mattie Jane. Born on January 15, 1863 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Mattie Jane married Dr. William H. HARRISON, son of M. S. HARRISON & Frances YOUNG.

iii. James W.

iv. William Pitts.

v. Lillian May. Born on January 18, 1872 in Saline County, Missouri.

vi. Mary Elizabeth “Bettie”.

vii. Jessie Hitt. Born on January 11, 1877 in Saline County, Missouri.

On April 15, 1922 when Jessie Hitt was 45, she married Albert S. OWEN, son of James T. OWEN & Elizabeth SHELTON, in Marshall, Missouri.


59. Sarah Russell GARRARD. Born on July 5, 1840 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Sarah Russell died in Kansas City, Missouri on August 17, 1894; she was 54. Buried in Independence, Missouri.
Sarah Russell married Thomas Allen NICHOLS. Born on July 26, 1836 in Harrison County, Kentucky. Thomas Allen died in Independence, Missouri on January 7, 1908; he was 71. Buried in Independence, Missouri.
They had the following children:

i. Charles Garrard.

ii. Ida Belle. Born on April 29, 1868 in Saline County, Missouri. Resided in San Diego, California in 1936.

iii. Annie Mary.

iv. J. Brown. Born on September 6, 1875 in Saline County, Missouri.

J. Brown married Ella GIBBS.


60. Mary Elizabeth GARRARD. Born on January 29, 1843 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Mary Elizabeth died on October 19, 1927; she was 84. Buried in Lampasas, Texas.
On January 30, 1868 when Mary Elizabeth was 25, she married James Culver BIERBOWER, son of Abraham Ayres BIERBOWER & Lucretia CAREY, in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on August 19, 1838. James Culver died on June 28, 1891; he was 52. Resided in Maysville, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. Charles Garrard.

ii. James Culver (Never married). Born on October 26, 1871 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Resided in Rosemount, Lampasas, Texas.

He was a member of the SAR and the Sons of the Republic of Texas.


iii. Richard Carey.
61. Brutus Clay GARRARD. Born on March 28, 1847 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
On March 28, 1874 when Brutus Clay was 27, he married Marian Pairs WALKER.
They had the following children:

i. James Walker. Born on May 4, 1874.

ii. Terry (Percy). Born on August 19, 1874. Resided in Houston, Texas.

iii. Russell Aubrey. Born on May 28, 1878. Resided in Houston, Texas.

iv. Jessie. Born on March 7, 1880. Jessie died in Houston, Texas in February 1968; she was 87.

Jessie married FRANKS.

v. Edna Granger. Born on January 18, 1883. Resided in Houston, Texas.
62. Anna M. GARRARD. Born in 1849.
On September 1, 1870 when Anna M. was 21, she married Charles A. DAUGHERTY. Born in 1840. Charles A. died in 1910; he was 70.
They had the following children:

i. Helen. Born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Helen married Jesse T. HAZELRIGG.

ii. Charles Garrard. Resided in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. James.

James married Nellie R. McCLINTOCK, daughter of Joseph Birch McCLINTOCK (1834-1891) & Nancy “Nannie” DUDLEY (1842-1922). Born on August 20, 1883 in Harrison County, Kentucky. Nellie R. died in Lexington, Kentucky on September 9, 1970; she was 87. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.


Note: It is speculation at this juncture to link James Daugherty, son of Charles Daugherty and Ana M. Garrard, to Nellie McClintock.--REF

iv. Edward.

v. Frank.

vi. Garrad.

vii. Annie Louise.
63. Charles Todd GARRARD Jr. Born circa 1856.
Charles Todd married Alice NAYLOR.
They had the following children:

i. Lilian Cecelia.

ii. John W. Resided in Hill, New Mexico.

iii. Edward Bryon. Resided in Hill, New Mexico.

iv. Bessie Naylor.

v. Beulah Kelso. Resided in Altona, Missouri.

Beulah Kelso married Frank BECKER.

vi. James Washington. Resided in Marshall, Missouri.



Family of Littleberry KENNEDY (27) & Isabella EDWARDS

64. Elizabeth E. KENNEDY. Born on October 30, 1855 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth E. died on June 15, 1923; she was 67. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Los Angeles County, California.
On November 10, 1880 when Elizabeth E. was 25, she married Patrick Samuel REEVES, in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born circa 1842. Patrick Samuel died on April 2, 1906; he was 64. Buried in Los Angeles, California.
They had the following children:

i. William Berry. Born on October 6, 1881 in Lair, Kentucky.

ii. George Thomas.

iii. Kennedy. Born on May 31, 1889 in Lair, Kentucky.



Family of Patsy KENNEDY (29) & Ossian EDWARDS

65. Mattie EDWARDS. Born in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
She was DAR National #85006.
On April 27, 1881 Mattie married Walter CLARK, son of Edwin CLARK (1807-1878) & Patsy SIMPSON.
WALTER CLARK, [30] livery; was born 1859 in Centerville Precinct; son of Edwin and Patsey (Simpson) Clark; he is a native of Virginia; born in 1807 and died 1878; she was born in the county, daughter of John and Susan Simpson; Walter was raised to farming pursuits. April 27th, 1881, he married Mattie Edwards, daughter of Oscar and Patsey (Kennedy) Edwards; Oct. 6th, 1881, he engaged in the livery business, in partnership with his brother-in-law, Oscar Edwards; the stable, situated on Main street opposite the post office, is well located for trade and is doing a large business, having accomodation. for 100 horses, and facilities for dispensing horspitality to all who favor them with their patronage, and at the lowest possible rates. Mr. Clark is a member of the Baptist Church; his wife of the Reformed.
They had the following children:

91 i. Walter Ray

ii. Wallace.

iii. Patsy.

Patsy married HARRINGTON.
66. Alice EDWARDS. Born on December 18, 1853 in Kentucky.
Alice married Thompson WARE, son of Colonel James WARE (1814-1871) & Patsy BEDFORD (1826-1896). Born circa 1846 in Kentucky. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. James Thompson.

ii. Edward.

iii. Pattie.


67. Ossion EDWARDS Jr. Born in December 1856 in Kentucky. Was on the census for Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1900. Resided in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Ossion married Alice PATTON. Born in September 1857 in Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. Howard. Born in January 1881 in Kentucky. Howard died in Baxter, Tennessee on December 15, 1910; he was 29.

Howard married Nancy ROYCE.

ii. Bessie. Born in September 1885 in Kentucky.

In 1910 when Bessie was 24, she married Marion Clyde KELLER, in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Family of Louis (Lewis) TALBOTT (30) & Sarah Devine JONES

68. Ariabelle F. TALBOTT.
Ariabelle F. married Warren A. BACON.
They had one child:

92 i. Sallie (1853-1878)


69. Annie Eliza TALBOTT. Born on March 19, 1840. Annie Eliza died on January 14, 1934; she was 93. Buried in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky--Clintonville Cemetery.
Secondly, you have some children of James Thomas and Annie Talbott Hagan, but their were several more:
1. A daughter died in infancy.

2. A twin boy died in infancy.

3. A second twin boy died in infancy.

4. Louis Talbott Hagan

5. William Kelly Hagan

6. Charles Hagan

7. Leslie Vernon Hagan, Sr.

8. Ware Jones Hagan

9. Thomas Hagan

10. Sannie Belle Hagan

11. Rosalie Hagan

12. Nettie Hagan

13. Bessie Hagan

14. Speed S. Hagan

15. James Boulden Hagan
Nettie Hagan was my grandmother.
That is all. I hope you are not offended by my additions/corrections. Jim Faulconer
On February 11, 1857 when Annie Eliza was 16, she married James Thomas HAGAN. Born in 1831. James Thomas died in 1896; he was 65.
They had the following children:

93 i. Leslie Vernon (1867-1956)

ii. Lewis.

Lewis married Lydia REYNOLDS.

94 iii. William Kelly

Family of Dorcas HILDRETH (34) & Benjamin Reason SCHOOLER III

70. Mary S. SCHOOLER. Born on September 26, 1832 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Mary S. died in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky on December 18, 1863; she was 31.
On January 25, 1854 when Mary S. was 21, she married William Rogers GORHAM. Born on October 5, 1827 in North Middletown Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Rogers died in Louisville, Kentucky on September 19, 1884; he was 56.
They had one child:

i. Thomas Lane. Born on June 19, 1855 in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Thomas Lane died in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky on July 8, 1909; he was 54.

On May 8, 1879 when Thomas Lane was 23, he married Naomi FOSTER, in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on December 7, 1857 in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Naomi died in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky on July 30, 1936; she was 78.
71. Elizabeth SCHOOLER. Born on January 28, 1825 in Kentucky. Elizabeth died in 1868; she was 42. Buried in Clintonville, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Elizabeth married John Kennie HOUSTON, son of Stephen Cleaver HOUSTON (1795-1861) & Amelia A. YEAGER (1798-1870). Born in 1820.
Ancestors of John Kennie Houston [11]

First Generation


1. John Kennie Houston was born on 21 Nov 1820 in , , Kentucky, died on 18 May 1886 and was buried in , Bourbon, Kentucky. CENSUS:1850 Gallatin Co., Kentucky pg 161. John married Elizabeth E. (Maggie) Nutter, daughter of A. W. Nutter and , on 26 Aug 1840 in , Scott, Kentucky. (Elizabeth E. (Maggie) Nutter died on 19 Jul 1845 and was buried in Nutter-Young Cemetery, Cherry Blossom Way, Scott, Kentucky.)
Children from this marriage were:
1. Sarah Eliza Houston (1841-1918)

2. Mary J. Houston (-1845)


John also married Elizabeth Schooler, daughter of Benjamin R. Schooler 3rd and Dorcus Hildreth, on 13 Jan 1846 in , Bourbon, Kentucky. (Elizabeth Schooler was born on 28 Jan 1825 in , , Kentucky, died in 1868 and was buried in Clintonville Cem, Bourbon Co., Kentucky.)
CENSUS:1850 Gallatin Co., Kentucky pg 161 DEATH:Cemetery Records
Children from this marriage were:
1. Dorcas A. Houston (1846-)

2. William Omera (Worth) Houston (1848-)

3. America E. Houston (1851-1915)

4. Joseph G. Houston (1853-1907)

5. Stephen Charles Houston (1856-1912)

6. Alma M. Houston (1857-)

7. Carrie S. Houston (1860-)
John also married Eliza Jane Botkin (Bodkin). (Eliza Jane Botkin (Bodkin) was born in Barbourville, Knox, Kentucky.)
Second Generation (Parents)
2. Stephen Cleaver Houston was born on 18 Aug 1795 in , Scott, Kentucky and died on 15 Jan 1861 in , Scott, Kentucky. Stephen married Amelia Ann Yager. (Amelia Ann Yager was born on 14 Sep 1798 in , , Virginia and died on 26 Dec 1869 in , Scott, Kentucky.)
Children from this marriage were:
1. John Kennie Houston (1820-1886)
3. Amelia Ann Yager was born on 14 Sep 1798 in , , Virginia and died on 26 Dec 1869 in , Scott, Kentucky. Amelia married Stephen Cleaver Houston, son of Anthony Houston and Mary Moore. (Stephen Cleaver Houston was born on 18 Aug 1795 in , Scott, Kentucky and died on 15 Jan 1861 in , Scott, Kentucky.)
Third Generation (Grandparents)
4. Anthony Houston was born in 1757 and died on 18 Aug 1831 in , Scott, Kentucky. Anthony married Mary Moore. (Mary Moore was born in 1758 and died in 1838.)
Children from this marriage were:
1. Elizabeth Houston (1785-1821)

2. Stephen Cleaver Houston (1795-1861)


5. Mary Moore was born in 1758 and died in 1838. Mary married Anthony Houston. (Anthony Houston was born in 1757 and died on 18 Aug 1831 in , Scott, Kentucky.)
They had one child:

95 i. Stephen Charles (1855-1912)



Family of Anne K. REDMON (35) & Henry CROXTON

72. General John T. CROXTON. Born in 1829 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John T. died in Bolivia in 1872; he was 43.
GEN. JOHN T. CROXTON, [31] deceased; lawyer and soldier; P. O. Paris. Among the citizens of Bourbon County who are worthy of an honorable mention, is the above named gentleman, who was born near Paris in 1829; son of Henry and Ann K. (Redmon) Croxton; Henry was a native of Virginia, and, upon his migration to this State, located at Houston Dale, on the farm now owned by James Hall; his son, John T., was educated at Yale College, graduating with honors in 1857; afterwards began the study of law under James Robinson; after his license was granted he went South, where he engaged in teaching in Mississippi for a short time, when he returned to Paris, and in 1859 began the practice of his profession; upon the outbreak of the war he raised a regiment of men, known as the 4th Kentucky Infantry, which he commanded; he continued in service until the close of the war, serving with distinction, and rose from one rank to another until he was brevetted Major-General. After the close of the war he went South and was made Provincial Governor. He afterwards engaged in the culture of' cotton; upon his return to Bourbon County he engaged in the practice of his profession and carried on farming; he practiced in the Federal Courts, and was a successful lawyer; the confinement of his office and his close application to his profession conduced to impair his health, and in order to recuperate, he accepted the position as Minister to Bolivia, and removed his family there in 1872, and died the following year. He was a staunch Republican, and stood. firmly by its principles, and was one of the pillars of the party in Kentucky, and worthy of any honor within the gift of the Republican Commonwealth, he being possessed of all the qualifications that pertain to a truly first-class gentleman, and a member of the Masonic fraternity of high order. In April, 1860, he married Carrie R. Rogers, daughter of Nathaniel and Nancy (Moran) Rogers. Mrs. Croxton resides on her farm near Paris; by Mr. Croxton she had two children: Henry Rogers and Annie Barres Deguerra.
In April 1860 when John T. was 31, he married Caroline A. ROGERS, daughter of Nathaniel Purviance ROGERS (1807-1863) & Nancy A. MORAN (1813-1846). Born on July 13, 1833.
Caroline A. Rogers, born July, 1833, was a woman of wonderful gentleness and dignity of character. She married, April, 1860, John T. Croxton (son of Henry and Ann (Redman) Croxton), who was graduated with honor from Yale College in 1857; studied law under Governor James Robinson, and began the practice of his profession in Paris, Kentucky, in 1859; was commissioned by President Lincoln Lieutenant Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky, United States Army; served with distinction throughout the Civil War, and rose from one rank to another until he was brevetted Major General; was appointed by President Grant, in 1872, Minister to Bolivia, dying there in 1873. [32]
They had the following children:

i. Henry Rogers.

96 ii. Annie Barres Deguerra
73. Susan C. CROXTON. Born on November 9, 1835. Susan C. died on April 13, 1864; she was 28. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
On January 13, 1807 Susan C. married Richard Williams HUTCHCRAFT, son of James HUTCHCRAFT (1800-1863) & Eliza WILLIAMS (1812-1881), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on July 4, 1832 in North Middletown, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Richard Williams died in Galatia, Kiowa County, Colorado on February 8, 1907; he was 74. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky. Civil War.
R. W. HUTCHCRAFT, [33] U. S. store-keeper; P. O. Paris; born in North Middletown Precinct, July 4, 1832; was the second child and eldest son of his parents, who were James and Eliza (Williams) Hutchcraft. James Hutchcraft was born January, 1800, in Bourbon County, in North Middletown, and died 1863; son of Thomas Hutchcraft, a native of Fauquier County, Va. He came to Kentucky about the year 1798. The mother of our subject was born 1812, in Montgomery County, Ky., daughter of Gen. Samuel L. Williams and Fannie Clark, both families from Virginia. R. W. had but common school advantages; was raised a farmer. Jan. 13, 1807, he married in this county, Susan Croxton, daughter of Henry Croxton and Ann Redmon; shortly after his marriage, he removed to Lee County, Iowa, and engaged in farming. At the outbreak of the war, he "donned the blue," and enlisted July 1861. in Co. E, 15th Iowa Infantry, and was wounded in the battle of Shiloh. After one year of active service, he was assigned to the Quartermaster's department, where he remained until the close of the war; after which he returned to his family in Bourbon County. In 1867, he moved to Fleming County, this State, remaining there three years, in Government employ as Gauger. Upon his return to this county, he engaged in farming. Since 1878, he has been in Government employ--now Storekeeper. His wife died 1863; by her had four children, viz: Annie, James P., Harry and Davis. 1867, he married Margaret, daughter of Thomas Fleming. By last wife has one child, Emma. Mr. Hutcheraft has a snug home, in this precinct; is a warm friend to education, and a member of the M. E. Church, of which his parents were true followers.
They had the following children:

i. Annie. Born in December 1857. Annie died in 1925; she was 67. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

97 ii. James Perry (1859-1918)

iii. Harry.

iv. Davis.

98 v. Richard Davis (1859-<1908)

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