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Samuel Stewart (son Samuel and Edith (Noland) Stewart)

ca 1830: born Madison County, Kentucky, emigrated as a young man to Jackson County, Missouri. 3 Oct 1852: married Delilah L. Boone, daughter of Daniel, son of Daniel, and great granddaughter of

the famous Daniel Boone.

no date: daughter Mary Jane born.

no date: daughter Pamela Belle born.

no date: son Theodore born.

no date: son David born.

no date: son William born.

no date: daughter Edith Constance born.

no date: daughter Mary born.

no date: daughter Lizzie Josephine.
Joshua Stewart (son of Samuel and Edith (Noland) Stewart)

no date: married Leanna Kerr.

Dec 1891: died.
David Singleton Stewart (son of Samuel and Edith (Noland) Stewart)

16 Apr 1813: born Madison County, Indiana.

Grandfather of Bessie Bell of Pueblo, Colorado.

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Jacob Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

1783: born.

no date: married Ann _______.

1 Apr 1815: received a judgment, with Thomas Craddock, in the Montgomery County court for $16.69

against the estate of Lewis G.A. Armistead, who owned land on Lulbegrud Creek.

25 May 1819: deed from Joseph and Sally Nickell to Jacob Stewart for 26A on Lulbegrud Creek.

7 Oct 1828: Westley Blake, a five year old orphan son of Polly Blake was bound as an apprentice to

Jacob Stewart "to learn the trade and mystery of a farmer."

11 Apr 1833: deed from Joseph Nickell, Jr. to Jacob Stewart 37½ A on Lulbegrud Creek.

12 Sept 1836: deed from Jacob and Ann Stewart to Richard Oldham, after which Jacob moved to Jackson County, Missouri.

1840: listed on pension roll (age 57 years) in Jackson County, Missouri (for serving in the War of

1812).


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David Stewart (son of Ezekiel and Rachel (Larrison) Stewart)

11 Oct 1785: born New Jersey (from Bible).

31 May 1807: married Madison County (before Estil County was formed), Kentucky, by David

Chenault, to Elsie Larson, daughter of George Larson or Larridon or Larrison.

1810: census Madison County, Kentucky, David age 16 26, wife age 16 26, daughter under age 5.

no date: daughter Edith born.

no date: daughter Lutitia born.

no date: daughter Dulcina born.

19 Nov 1815: deed from Enoch and Lenny Lowery of Clark County, Kentucky, to David Stewart for 64 acres in Madison County, Kentucky.

1817: deed from Enoch and Lenniford Lowery of Clark County, Kentucky, to David Stewart for 93½ acres in Madison County, Kentucky. The land lay in the big bend of Kentucky river and

David lived on the river bank at the mouth of a hollow.

no date: Eliza Jane born.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born.

no date: daughter Nancy born.

no date: daughter Diza born.

3 Dec 1821: son James Anderson born.

no date: son John born.

no date: daughter Susan born.

no date: daughter Malinda born.

ca 1832: moved to Jackson County, Missouri.

14 Mar 1835: deed from Charles Chrisman to David Stewart for land in Jackson County, Missouri

(found in Independence, Missouri, courthouse).

1840: David and Elsey Stuart sold land.

6 Aug 1871: died Jackson County, Missouri.

Independence, Missouri, records show David Stewart bought land in 1835 and sold it in 1840.
Luticia Stewart (daughter of David and Elsie (Larson) Stewart)

12 Nov 1836: married John M. Cockerill.



Elizabeth Stewart (daughter of David and Elsie (Larson) Stewart)

17 Dec 1840: married Alonzo H. Boone.


Diza Stewart (daughter of David and Elsie (Larson) Stewart)

12 Dec 1848: married Morgan Boone (died before 1851).

before 1851: died.
James Anderson Stewart (son of David and Elsie (Larson) Stewart)

3 Dec 1821: born.

20 Oct 1842: married Rebecca Chrisman.

29 Dec 1856: son John Ewing born.

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John Ewing Stewart (son of James Anderson and Rebecca (Christman) Stewart)

29 Dec 1856: born.

no date: daughter Rebecca Ethel born.

no date: son John born.

no date: daughter Susan born.

no date: daughter Malinda born.


Rebecca Ethel Stewart (daughter of John Ewing Stewart)

no date: married Walton J. Miller.

Ethel and Walton lived 100 E. Dewey Ave., Sapupa, Oklahoma.

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*David Stewart (son of John and Elizabeth (__) Stewart)

1751: born New Jersey.

ca 1775: married Henrietta (living in 1816), daughter of George _____________, from near Philadelphia? Her dower p152 Will Book B.

ca 1776: son Levi born.

*1779: daughter Sarah born.

1 Aug 1779: took oath of allegiance to Continental Congress before J. Buck Esq. in Cumberland County, New Jersey.

no date: daughter Polly born.

no date: daughter Ann born.

no date: son Isaiah born.

no date: daughter born.

no date: son David born.

1787? son John born.

8 Sept 1801: witness to a deed to Benjamin Stewart from Ralph Morgan, conveying 80 acres of land on Slate Creek, part of the Jacob Myers 5000 acre survey known as the Station.

1805: died.

David moved to Clark County, Kentucky after the Revolutionary War. He settled on a 136 acre farm on Spencer's Creek, a branch of Slate Creek, near the present line between Montgomery County and Bath County, part of a Virginia survey of 5000 acres in the name of Jacob Myers. He was in Kentucky before 1794. David Stewart lived in the same place but the county changed in 1785 to Fayette County, Kentucky, 1792 to Bourbon County, Kentucky, 1796 to Clarke County, Kentucky, and after 1796 to Montgomery County, Kentucky. His estate was settled by administrators William Yocum and Robert Stewart. One account says the administrators were Henrietta Stewart and Levi Stewart. Will Book A 1797-1813 p205. Will Book B p109.

4 September 1805: personal property appraisal of David Stewart's estate by Alexander McClelland, John Casseldine and Michael Beaver: Five hogs, three hogs, two bedstead and furniture, household and kitchen furniture, one spinning wheel, one woman's saddle, farming utensils, two heifers, one heifer, one red cow, one mare three years old next spring, one mare seven years old next spring, one weather and one rifle gun, one stack of flax. Montgomery County, Kentucky Estate Book A p110.

16 Nov 1805: the estate was sold and the following persons purchased items: Nathan Williams, Winfield Davis, Lemuel Davis, William Youcum, Levi Stewart and Henrietta Stewart who purchased the bulk of the estate. Montgomery County, Kentucky Estate Book A p140 and p420.

4 June 1816: estate settled: In Obedience to an order of the County Court to us undernamed directed, have settled the estate of David Stewart Deceased, with Levi Stewart and Henrietta Stewart the administrators and find the amount of the whole of said estate $218.49 and find Levi Stewart has paid to said estate the sum of $52.24 and allowing the administrators six percent on the whole estate for collecting the estate which will include the estate to $205.39 and the $52.24 which said Levy has paid and estate leaves a ballance of $153.38 due to said estate given under our hands this 4 day of June 1816. Henrietta received her one-third dower from the estate. Montgomery County, Kentucky Estate Book A p152.

The land remained undivided until 1834, when the heirs sold it to William Yocum of Clay County, Indiana, who owned land adjoining it, as did John Stewart. At the sale of the personal property of David Stewart on 13 June 1816, John Stewart bought a red steer for $15, Isaiah Stewart bought a white mare for $57.12½, David Stewart got a red cow for $16.75, and Rachel Stewart (probably the wife of old Zeke) paid $18 for a chestnut sorrel horse.
Levi Stewart (son of David and Henrietta (____________) Stewart)

ca 1776: born old Fayette or Washington County, Pennsylvania.

no date: moved to Montgomery County, Kentucky.

29 May 1793: married Bourbon County, Kentucky, to Polly Hadden.

no date: married Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Elizabeth Ross (sister of Ambrose Ross).

ca 1795: son David born.

Levi and Elizabeth had fourteen children, of whom David was one of the youngest. David and his Uncle Isaiah and Charles Stewart, probably also an uncle, moved to Indiana about 1819/20. Isaiah's son David lived at Pleasant, Jefferson County, Indiana.
David Stewart (son of Levi and Elizabeth (Ross) or Polly (Hadden) Stewart)

ca 1795: born, probably Montgomery County, Kentucky.

no date: married Elizabeth Safley Myers, widow of Daniel Myers of Montgomery County, Kentucky).

1820: son David Harrison born; died 1893.

20 Mar 1822: daughter Delilah Jane born; died 21 Feb 1914.

21 Aug 1825: son William Fletcher born; died 14 Sept 1905.

2 Apr 1828: son Thomas Safley born; died 9 Apr 1908.

Feb 1834: appointed administrator of the estate of Daniel Myers, late of Kentucky, with William

McCullough as his bondsman.

Nov 1834: Elizabeth Stewart, late Elizabeth Myers, was allotted a one third part in a division of Daniel Myers' estate. The division was made by William Jackson and David Stewart, the Myers children being Rebecca, Jonathan, Nancy and Lucinda.

17 Mar 1838: David and Elizabeth Stewart sold 20 acres of land in Ripley County to William Jackson.

no date: m/2 Elizabeth Alfrey (born Bath County, Kentucky).

Dec 1840: daughter Mary Jane born (died Apr 1901).

22 July 1846: son John Anderson born (died 30 Sept 1899); daughter Minnie (married A.B. Wycoff, lived Batesville, Indiana). Settled in Ripley County, Indiana. David's mother has a brother named Thomas.


Polly Stewart (daughter of David and Henrietta (_________) Stewart)

no date: married Solomon Meyers.

Moved to Putnam or Clay County, Indiana. Hazel Rupert Evans said that her mother spoke of Sol Meyers.
Ann Stewart (daughter of David and Henrietta (_______) Stewart)

14 Jan 1794: married Clarke County, Kentucky, to Robert Benefiel. Ann's father, David, gave his written consent, with James Hamilton attesting. The marriage bond was signed 14 Jan 1794, with John Stewart as surety, in Clark County, before Montgomery County was created. Moved to Wayne County, Indiana.



Isaiah Stewart (son of David and Henrietta (____________) Stewart)

From the Stewart Clan Magazine: son of David Stewart and Henrietta; moved from Kentucky to

Ripley County, Indiana, and later to Jefferson County. Possible children: ca ?1782: son John born. no date: son David born (lived Pleasant, Jefferson County, Indiana).

no date: son William born.

no date: son James born.

no date: son George born.

no date: son Levi born.

no date: son Robert born.

no date: son Samuel born.

no date: son Benjamin born.

no date: son Joseph born.

Moved to Ripley County, Indiana; he lived there in 1834. He later moved to Jefferson County, Indiana.


Daughter Stewart (daughter of David and Henrietta (___________) Stewart)

no date: married_______ Stevens (Thomas Stevens signed) signed marriage bond.

Left several heirs.
*Sarah "Sally" Stewart (daughter of David and Henrietta (_________) Stewart)

1779: born Montgomery County, Virginia.

ca 1798: married (John) William Yocum (21 Jan 1775 Augusta County, Virginia 4 Nov 1840 Clay County, Indiana) son of William and Polly Yocum.

*28 Jan 1799: daughter Mary Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married 14 Aug 1817 to John Downing (8 Oct 1790 Kentucky 26 Nov 1843 Clay County, Indiana; buried Billtown Cemetery, near Brazil, Clay County, Indiana); died 21 Sept 1854 Clay County, Indiana; buried Billtown Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana. Children:

1. Sarah Downing born 7 Aug 1818, Kentucky; died 29 Oct 1821.

2. William Yocum Downing born 29 Dec 1821, Missouri; married 19 Oct 1848 Susan Akers; died 30 May 1886.

3. Jane S. Downing born 28 Feb 1824; died 12 Oct 1824.

4. Samuel Harrison Downing born 26 Oct 1825 Kentucky; died 1 Oct 1849.

*5. John Stewart Downing born 5 Apr 1829 near Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky; married Clay County, Indiana 5 Apr 1855 to Eliza Letitia Combs; died 20 Apr 1910 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; buried Bee Ridge Cemetery, Brazil, Clay County, Indiana. Children:

1. William Yocum Downing born 19 Apr 1856 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; died 19 May 1856.

2. Daughter Downing horn 17 July 1857 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; died 17 July 1857.

3. Francis M. Downing born 26 Dec 1858 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; died 15 May 1874.

4. Clarissa A. Downing born 10 Nov 1861 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 22 Dec 1889 William Rosswell Sampson; died 25 June 1935.

5. Sarah Elizabeth Downing born 2 Aug 1864 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 24 Dec 1886 James Monroe Cutshall; died 30 May 1942.

6. Daniels Webster Downing born 7 Nov 1866 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; m/l 14 Dec 1890 Jeanette Campbell; m/2 Mina Davis; died 19 June 1904.

7. Perry Downing born 8 Oct 1869 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 3 Feb 1907 Artie Lee Summerville; died 5 Jan 1943.

8. Wesley Downing born 1 Mar 1872 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 22 Oct 1902 Emma Reed; died 25 Sept 1947.

*9. Mary Emma Downing born 13 May 1874 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 26 Apr 1896 William Henry Benjamin Rupert; died 6 Dec 1953.

10. John Akers Downing born 6 Oct 1876 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; m/l 23 Dec 1900 Garnet Mayfield; m/2 ?; died 16 Dec 1953.

11. Eliza Letitia Downing born 21 Nov 1879 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana; married 5 Feb 1898 Carl Reed; died 23 Nov 1933.

6. Mary H. Downing born 13 Feb 1832 Kentucky; married 18 Mar 1835 William H. Applegate.

7. Ezekiel Thompson Downing born 31 Mar 1834; died 3 Mar 1835.

8. Rachel Elizabeth Downing born 30 Mar 1836; married 19 Oct 1856 George

Washington Noble.

9. Rhoda Webster Downing born 1 July 1839 Clay County, Indiana; unmarried.

10. Margaret Ann Downing born 1 July 1839 Clay County, Indiana; married 13 June 1861 John Blubaugh; died 7 May 1877.

ca 1800: son David Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Nancy Douglas; died 11 Aug 1826.

ca 1801: son John Stewart Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Elizabeth Stewart;

died Sept 1845. John S. Yocum witnessed the sale of land 27 Feb 1839 from Ann Stewart to Handy Hu_________ of Vigo County, Indiana, for $500 W½ SE¼ and E½ SW¼ $32 TI3N R6W (Deed Bk D p190).

6 Dec 1807: son Francis B. Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Rhoda Webster; m/2

17 Aug 1848 Mary Adams; died 19 Jan 1884; buried Billtown Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana. 17 Oct 1809: son Levi D. Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married 24 Mar 1835 to Lucy Gordon; died 1873.

1812: son William Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Mary Brinton; died June 1837, age 25.

28 Jan 1814: son Jesse Budd Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Elizabeth Kinney;

m/2 Rachel M.; died 17 May 1877.

ca 1816: daughter Rachel Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married John McCullough.

1 May 1818: son Isom David Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married Mary Wilson; died

22 Aug 1869.

ca 1820: daughter Sarah Yocum born Montgomery County, Kentucky; married William Townsend.

1834: bought land from the heirs of David Stewart. William Yocum lived in Clay County, Indiana, at

the time of the sale.

1 Oct 1837: died Clay County, Indiana.

One of Sarah's children may have married a Fortner.


David Stewart (son of David and Henrietta (__) Stewart)

20 Jan 1825: married Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Margaret Bell Jameson.

1834: lived Montgomery County, Kentucky.
John Stewart (son of David and Henrietta (_____________) Stewart)

12 Jan 1800: born.

no date: married Sarah Sample (27 Apr 1797 Ohio 12 May 1872).

21 Oct 1821: son Levi G.S. born.

1823/24: moved to Putnam County, Indiana.

19 Apr 1824: son Samuel Malone born.

7 Jan 1827: daughter Mary Ann Polly born.

1828: moved to Montgomery County, Indiana.

21 Jan 1829: son David D. born.

28 Feb 1832: son William Alfred born; died in Civil War from homesickness; buried Tennessee. (John William Stewart's scrapbook said that William Alfred died in the Civil War of homesickness).

1834: lived Putnam County, Indiana.

22 Jan 1835: daughter Elizabeth Rhoda Betsey born.

1837: moved to Clay County, Indiana; settled near Bee Ridge Church; bought farm $267.

13 Jan 1837: mortgage for $120 Clay County, Indiana, 40A SE¼ SE¼ $22 TI3N R7W. John Stewart signed, his wife Sarah made her mark. Jesse McIntyre and John S. Yocum witnesses, mortgage satisfied 8 Dec 1890. Clay County, Indiana Deed Book C p552.

6 June 1837: son John J. born; died young.

12 Mar 1840: John and Sarah Stewart to John Summerville of Putnam County, Indiana (John signed his naem, Sarah made her mark), for $300 40A Clay County, Indiana, SE¼ SE¼ $22 TI3N R7W; witnessed by John S. Yocom, J.P. and Levi (his mark) Stewart. Deed Bk D p552½.

3 July 1841: son Robert H. born.

5 Oct 1841: U.S. Tract Bk, Clay County, Indiana, to John Stewart the second NW¼ SE¼ S23 TI3N

R7W.

18 Oct 1845: daughter Sarah Susan born.



?no date: m/2 Polly Hodge.

?no date: son Francis Marion born; unmarried; lived Arizona.

31 July 1854: died, age 54 years.

Nov 1854: estate entered into probate by Samuel M. Stewart, Administrator, letters of administration granted.

Feb 1855: cause continued.

May 1855: cause continued by operation of law.

Aug 1855-Nov 1855: cause continued.

Feb 1856: administrator's files a report - charged with $324245 credit $3000-42 - balance of $24-00. Cause continued.

June 1856-Nov 1856: case continued.

Feb 1857: filed a report and the case continued.

May 1857-Feb 1858: case continued.

Aug 1858: citation issued against Administrator to show cause - why he does not make settlement - directed to Sheriff of Vigo County,

Nov 1858: John Stewart's estate by David Stewart Administrator - files report - liabilities $9-95 - citation herein discharged ad administrator's undivided cost.

Feb 1859: John Stewart's estate by Samuel M. Stewart, Administrator - case continued.

May 1859: case continuted.

Aug 1859: citation: ordered that citation issued against said administrator requiring him to appear at next term of this court continued and show cause why he does not report and account for the assests in his hands belonging to said estate and case continued.

Feb 1860: case continued.

August 1860-Feb 1861: case continued.

Nov 1861: Administrator files final statement - credits $62-60 - administrator discharged. Case closed. Clay County, Indiana Probate Books 1 and 2.
The John above may be mixed up with another John. One John (first) had 19 children from two marriages (m/2 Polly Hodge); several children died young. He moved to Putnam County, near Roachdale, Indiana. John was a founder of Asbury College. The other John (second) had nine children and was married to Sarah Sample; one of their children was Samuel Malone. One source says that John (first) was the father of John (second). Information from Helen Stewart of Brazil, Indiana.

Hazel Rupert Evans:

The night Grandma Eliza Combs Downing died she had cooked supper for Grandpa and Uncle Dan Downing's three orphaned boys, washed the dishes, set the table for breakfast, turning the plates upside down over the silverware as was the custom, tied the fringe on several handwoven rugs which she had just gotten home from Betsey Stewart's, had a heart attack and was dead by 8 o'clock.
As a child I well remember that my mother always took her sewn rags to Betsy and Rachel Stewart to be woven into rugs. They lived about ½ mile east and a mile north of Bee Ridge school.
Levi G.S. Stewart (son of John and Sarah (Sample) Stewart)

21 Oct 1821: born Orange County, Indiana.

ca 1842: married Sarah Elizabeth Yocum (13 Sept 1828 Kentucky 18 Oct 1859, age 31 years; buried

Bee Ridge Cemetery, Brazil, Clay County, Indiana). ca 1845: son John R. born.

no date: daughter Nancy J. born.

Oct 1854: daughter Rachel E. born.

no date: daughter Sarah R. born.

no date: daughter Mary E. born.

no date: daughter Josephine born.

1870: Clay County, Indiana, Dick Johnson Township, census: Levi Stewart, age 49, farmer, value of personal estate $200; Mary Stewart, age 19 born Indiana; Rachel Stewart, age 16, born Indiana; Sarah Stewart, age 73, value of real estate $800, value of personal estate $300, born Ohio.

1880: Clay County, Indiana, Dick Johnson Township, census: L.G.S. Stewart age 58, mechanic, born Indiana, father born Kentucky, mother born Ohio; Rachel A., age 25, daughter, born Indiana, father born Indiana, mother born Kentucky; Elizabeth, age 45, sister, born Indiana, father born Kentucky, mother born Ohio.

6 Mar 1897: died Clay County, Indiana; buried Bee Ridge Cemetery, Brazil, Clay County, Indiana.



John R. Stewart (son of Levi G.S. and Sarah Elizabeth (Yocum) Stewart)

ca 1845: born Indiana.

no date: married Ellen A._______ (ca 1847 _______).

ca 1868: daughter Malinda E. born Indiana.

ca 1870: son Perry S. born Indiana. ca 1873: daughter Jane C. born Indiana.

ca 1879: son David L. born Indiana.

Information from 1880 Census Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana. John R. was a coal

miner.
Rachel E. Stewart (daughter of Levi G.S. and Sarah Elizabeth (Yocum) Stewart)

Oct 1854: born Indiana.

1880: Clay County, Indiana, Dick Johnson Township census: lived with her father and aunt. Rachel A. was 25 years old.

1900: Clay County, Indiana, Dick Johnson Township census: lived with her Aunt Elizabeth Stewart.

Rachel said she was born Oct 1854, age 45 years, born Indiana, father born Indiana, mother born Kentucky, carpet weaver.


Samuel Malone Stewart (son of John and Sarah (Sample) Stewart)

19 Apr 1824: born Putnam County, Indiana.

24 Mar 1850: married Vigo County, Indiana, to Mary Elizabeth See (23 May 1829 Monroe County, Indiana 25 Nov 1906, age 72 years, 6 months, 2 days; buried Bee Ridge Cemetery, Brazil, Clay County, Indiana), daughter of George and Sarah (Willoughby) See. Mary Elizabeth, in the 1900 census, said that both her parents were born in Kentucky. The town of Bloomington, Indiana was built on William See's (Mary Elizabeth's grandfather) farm. William See was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and a pensioner in the War of 1812 (according to the records at the Camagua, Kentucky court house). The Willoughbys were land and slave owners of Kentucky. They freed their slaves when they moved to Indiana. The Willoughbys came originally from the Highlands of Scotland. Mary Elizabeth's father (George See) died when she was about two years old and her mother (Sarah Willoughby See) brought the three children to live with her family in Indiana. Consequently, she knew little of the Sees. Sarah's grandfather Willoughby was the first grown person buried in the Billtown Cemetery, which is located on Rd 340, just a few miles west of Brazil. After Sarah's father died, Uncle Ben Willoughby (on Ruperts' farm near Otter Cree) built a fence around the grave. The Sees came and took Sarah and the children back to Kentucky. They were well to do plantation and slave owners. Sarah was gone a year and when she came back there was no fence and she couldn't find the grave. 4 Mar 1851: son John William born.




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