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Captain John Curd, Kentucky pioneer

Harley Buntin Neal

Captain John Curd, Kentucky pioneer

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Published by H.B. Neal in Rockford, Ill. (1716 Post Ave., Rockford 61103) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky,
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Curd family.,
    • Curd, John, b. 1726 -- Family.,
    • Kentucky -- Genealogy.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Harley Buntin Neal.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.C976 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 45 leaves :
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1984292M
      LC Control Number90232345

      Showing 1 to 10 of 6, entries. Captain John Daugherty did serve under logan, second in command to GeneralGeorge Rogers Clark in the July expedition across the ohio in April at Centucky County, Kentucky. He led a company of 42 men, including his brother's Robert and George, . Captain Will C. Curd was born in Somerset, Kentucky, August 3, He received a good common-school education and went to Danville, Kentucky about , where he was deputy clerk for a short time.


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Captain John Curd, Kentucky pioneer by Harley Buntin Neal Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Captain John Curd, Kentucky pioneer. [Harley Buntin Neal] -- John Curd () married Lucy Brent in Virginia in He fought in the Revolutionary War from This work contains biographical information on Captain Curd and pedigree charts on his. John Curd () married Lucy Brent in Virginia in He fought in the Revolutionary War from This work contains biographical information.

Some genealogists list John Curd’s death as in Mercer County. However, a December item in the Kentucky Gazette states that “John and Price Curd, executors of the estate of John Curd dec’d. regarding the estate sale.

Col. Johannes "John" Bowman (17 December – May 4, ) was an 18th-century American pioneer, colonial militia officer and sheriff, the first appointed in Lincoln County, he also presided as a justice of the peace over the first county court held in Kentucky. The first county-lieutenant and military governor of Kentucky County during the American Revolutionary War, Col Children: John Jr.

This John who married Lucy Brent left Virginia during the Revolution and seems not to have served in the Continental Army before leaving for Kentucky. A second John Curd in Goochland was a son of Edward Curd & Mary Morris - he was a Captain in the Militia,and.

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John Holder made his mark as one of the heroic defenders of Boonesborough. After Daniel Boone left Kentucky, Holder became commander of the fort. Holder married Fanny Callaway, a daughter of Col. Richard Callaway, one of the founders of : Harry G.

Enoch. John Young was born in in Augusta Co., Virginia. He married Mary Rankin inand Cynthia McCullough in Inthey moved to Fayette Co., Kentucky, where he died in John Davis & Elizabeth admr. of John Gordon. Oct. 19, Ambrose, orphan of John Gordon, chose Joseph Davis as gdr.

JOHN GORDON — LINCOLN COUNTY, Kentucky pioneer book COURT HOUSE Book B* page — Estate of John Gordon, deceased, appraised. Elizabeth Davis, late widow of John Gordon,deceased, allotted her part. Teste, John Thompson, Newton Curd. Pioneers at Fort Boonesborough Madison County, Kentucky History of Kentucky by Collins-a list of Captain John Holder’s Company at Boonesborough to January 3, "Certified Book of Virginia Land Commissions" Register of Kentucky pioneer book Kentucky Historical Society XVI September Some genealogists list John Curd’s death as in Mercer County.

However, a December item in the Kentucky Gazette states that “John and Price Curd, executors of the estate of John Curd dec’d. regarding the estate sale. John Curd lived on the Kentucky River.” InJohn Curd, a son, of Warren County, issued power of attorney to.

The following is an excerpt from the "Journal of William Brown while traveling from Virginia to Kentucky" (transcribed by ) Journey to Cumberland On Monday Aug 19th Col.

John Todd with a party of of our men attacked a body of Indians suppd. to be 6 or 7 hundred at the Blue Lick, & was defeated wh the loss of 65 person missin g & slain. “History of Kentucky” by Collins. A listing of Capt. John Holder’s Company at Boonesborough, J Colonel Richard Henderson’s Journal at Fort Boonesborough– Draper Papers–Kentucky Series “CC,” page 59–“Association of the Settlers of Boonesborough in for making a.

The Early Settlers of Boonesborough. On the 1st of April,Daniel Boone, Richard Henderson and their companions, reached the southern bank of the Kentucky River, and began to build a fort, afterwards known as Boonesborough.

6) History of Kentucky_ by Collins--a listing of Capt. John Holder's Company at Boonesborough, J 7) Colonel Richard Henderson's Journal_ at Fort Boonesborough 8) Draper Papers--Kentucky Series "CC," page "Association of the Settlers of Boonesborough in. Sandi Gorin's Kentucky Research Tips - Family History & Genealogy Message Board I found a book entitled “Kentucky in Retrospect – Noteworthy Personages and Events in Kentucky History John CALLAWAY, Braxton CARTER, Ambrose COFFEE, Wm.

CRADLEBAUGH, Charles CURD, John DAVIS, Joseph DONIPHAN, James DOSTER, Margaret DRAKE. The Travelling Church was a large group of pioneering settlers in the late s that emigrated from Spotsylvania County, Virginia, to the Kentucky District of was the largest group that migrated to the area in a single movement.

The group was led by the Reverend Lewis Craig, one of three pastor sons of Toliver Craig Sr., and its core was his Baptist congregation.

Title: Captain John Curd, Kentucky Pioneer, First Edition Author: Harley Buntin Neal Publication: 15 August45 pages Note: Captain John Curd was a Revolutionary War soldier during through InJohn Curd was among the first settlers in.

Kentucky Pioneer And Court Records: Abstracts of Early Wills, Deeds and By Mrs. Harry Kennett McAdams John Gordon - Book B, page - Estate of John Gordon, Desceased, appraised. Elizabeth Davis, Late widow of John Gordon, deceased, allotted her part.

Teste, John Thompson, Newton Curd, Jacob Woodson. Date To Ambrose Gordon. CONTENTS KENTUCKY ANCESTORS GENEALOGICAL QUARTERLY OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Listed below are the contents of Kentucky Ancestors from the first issue in to the current issue in a searchable PDF format.

An index has been kept of the patents on record, but many of these indexes were made at a time when little thought was given to efficiency, and much confusion has resulted, both to the public who seek information, and the custodians of the Land Office who seek to supply the information. In all aboutpatents have been granted to land located in the State of Kentucky.

Pioneer Cemetery. In memory of Mary Curd, consort of S. Curd, was born Novemand died Janu This stone is very difficult to read, I cannot make out the name.

It was a little one, born inand died of cholera July 1, Walkway through the cemetery. On Saturday J from am to pm The Fort Boonesborough State Park and is welcoming everyone who had ancestors in the area. Capt. John Jordan's wagon train journey from Jordan Saline, Texas to San Diego, California by Harley Buntin Neal | Jan 1, Unknown Binding.

Fictional works about Kentucky or by Kentucky authors with a focus on the pioneer era Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. A New Beginning David Wright, Artist. Volume I - Founding of the Cumberland Settlements The First Atlas - This is a tale told by survivors - an epic related by those who explored and hacked out a way through a howling wilderness, built cabins, cleared land, planted crops, and fought for survival against European armies and five tribal nations.

History and pictures of Fort boonesborough. On the 1st of April,Daniel Boone, Richard Henderson and their companions, reached the southern bank of the Kentucky River and began to build a fort, now known as Boonesborough. Brigadier General Benjamin Hardin Helm; lawyer; son of two-time governor of Kentucky, John Helm of Hardin and Nelson Counties in Kentucky; grandson of United States Senator from Kentucky, John Hardin (one of young Captain Abraham Lincoln’s commanders in the Black Hawk War in ); and husband to Emily Todd, half-sister to none other than.

John York, Indian fighter and soldier in the Texas Revolution, was born in Kentucky on July 4, He moved to Texas inwhen his family settled near San Felipe de. Full text of "A history of the pioneer families of Missouri" See other formats.

FIRST TOBACCO INSPECTION WAREHOUSE IN KENTUCKY, ON THE LAND OF CAPTAIN JOHN CURD. Family Tree Nuts, History & Genealogy Service. views FROM SLEEPY HOLLOW, TO NORTH CAROLINA REGULATOR, TO ELDERY PIONEER.

(Part 2 of 2). Family Tree Nuts, History & Genealogy Service. views 8, Followers Book & Magazine Distributor. Reviews: ANCESTORS. James C. Abell. Margaret Giberson (Barnett) Abell.

Claiborn Ackers/Akers. James Adams. Martin Franklin Alexander. Robert Alexander. Gen. George G. Alford. John W. Curd, of the firm Bodley & Curd, Lesington, died at the residence of his mother, Mrs.

Eleanor Curd, corner of Second and Upper Streets, July 8, OR 7/ Mrs. Catharine Armstrong, wife of Joseph Armstrong, Water Street, Lexington, died July 8, Pension Application of John Curd W Nancy W. Curd VA Transcribed and annotated by C. Leon Harris. State of Kentucky Sct.

Be it remembered that John Curd a citizen of Logan County & state aforsaid, being one of the United States of America, this day personally appeared before me Benjamin Shackelford one of the. 4 William Russell, born inwas in the War ofwas at the Battles of Kings Mountain, Whitsell’s Mills and Guilford Court House.

He married Nancy Price, Decem They had eleven children. He died in July, ; his wife died in September, Soon after the close of the Revolution ofhe emigrated from Culpeper County, Virginia, to Fayette County, Kentucky.

37 Spencer's History of Kentucky Baptists, p. 45, (extract of records of Providence Church). 38 Uncle Peter or "Old Captain" was a member in of the Baptist Church at head of Boone's Creek, of which his master, Rev. Joseph Craig, was then pastor. Shortly after this Peter and his wife hired themselves and were allowed by the pioneer John.

Commissioned as Lt. before he came to Kentucky probably in the Company of Capt. John Rogers – Appointed Commissioner & Surveyor of Indiana Land Grant to Clark’s Regiment – Pvt.

& Lt. in Illinois Regiment, served in Wabash Campaign. (3) CLARK: William: Livingston Co. CLAY: Charles V: Henderson Co. Thank you for purchasing this Kindle book. Included are names on the list. This has been a five year project, taking photos beginning in the fall of and through I’ve just recently put the list together.

This project is dear to me because my fifth great-grandfather, Captain John Linton, helped build this church. Full text of "Collins historical sketches of Kentucky: history of Kentucky" See other formats. Full text of "History of Lexington, Kentucky: its early annals and recent progress, including biographical sketches and personal reminiscences of the pioneer settlers.

MCADAMS ESTATE ABSTRACTS. Source: Kentucky Pioneer and Court Records, Compiled and Published by Mrs. Harry Kennett McAdams, The Keystone Printery, Lexington, Ky.,pages [errata sheet incorporated into text] FAYETTE COUNTY KENTUCKY (Donated [for McAdams book] by Mrs.

Jos. Beard, Lexington, KY.) WILL BOOK C. CATHERINE CADE – Will – Page – Signed .Historical documents, i.e. THE PATTON S, A Pioneer Family in Kentucky and Thier Descendants, by Sara G. Clark, Captain John McKinley Chapter, D.A.R. state: "In the earliest days of Augusta County, from which Rockbridge County, home of the Patton's, was set off, there were four Daugherty Families, between / and and each should be Alt Name: William Va-Militia,Blacksmith Daugherty, I.The Kentucky Pioneer, Vol Issue 6 Page 4 Captain Charles Gatliff Chapter KYSSAR President Doug Collins speaks at an Independence Day gathering at the University of the Cumberlands.

The event, sponsored by the Captain Charles Gatliff Chapter, also included a special bell ringing ceremony.