KK's Family History

Researching the Kult & Lawhorn and Case & Collier Families

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3217 This website is no longer active. Source (S41)
 
3218 This website is no longer active. Source (S11)
 
3219 This website is no longer active. Source (S18)
 
3220 This website is no longer active. Source (S25)
 
3221 This website is no longer active. Source (S19)
 
3222 This website is no longer active. Source (S52)
 
3223 This website is no longer active. Source (S90)
 
3224 This website is no longer active. Source (S22)
 
3225 This website is no longer active. Source (S12)
 
3226 This website is no longer active. Source (S292)
 
3227 Thomas McClun rebuilt the Hopewell Friend's Meeting House from 1759 to 1761. It was 33x44. See http://hopecentre.quaker.org/hopewellmeeting.html. MCCLUN Thomas (I6160)
 
3228 Thomas Stump, surety. Consent of Absolom Melton & Ann, parents of Rebeckah Family F1606
 
3229 Thomas was granted a Quaker certificate to leave for America.

In the "History of Chester County, Pennsylvania: with genealogical and biographical sketches", p. 23:

"The Ship called the "Bristol Comfort" from Old England, John Read Master, arrived here in Delawre River the 28th of the 7th month, 1683, & in the same came Alexander Beardsley & Margaret his wife & his daughter Mary : the said Alexander is a Glover & he came from Worcester.
"Tho: Bowater out of Worstershire, servant to ffrancis ffincher out of Woster City, Glover, for three years: they came in the ship aforesaid."

NOTE: this was in the list of arrivals to Chester County PA between 1682 and 1688; the original list of arrivals is in possession of the Pennsylvania Historical Society.

He was received in Philadelphia and later moved to Chester. 
BOWATER Thomas (I6395)
 
3230 Thomas was represented by a mark on the census for a white male aged 50-60. Members of the household were:

1 white male aged under 5 years (unknown )
1 white male aged 20-30 (Absalom was 21 or John was 29)
1 white male aged 50-60 (Thomas was 58)
1 white female aged 5 to 10 ( unknown )
1 white female aged 50-60 (Polly was @58)
no slaves or free colored persons in household
 
SHINALT\SHINALL Thomas (I5617)
 
3231 Thomas was represented by a mark on the census for a white male over the age of 45. Members of the household were:

1 male aged 10-16 (Absalom was 11)
1 male, 45 and over (Thomas was 48)
2 females, 16 to 26 (Sarah was @17, Susannah was @14)
1 female, 26 to 45 (Polly was @45)
2 involved in agriculture
related neighbors: John Shinall (Thomas' son), Fedricks (sic) Cups (moved with Shinalls and Fitzgeralds to IL), Plearant Fittsgerald (sic) (Susannah married a Fitzgerald)  
SHINALT\SHINALL Thomas (I5617)
 
3232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1900
 
3233 Township 22, Range 33, Section 16, NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, 40 acres, $1.25 per acre LAWHORN James King (I4324)
 
3234 Transcription:
Alton, Illinois July 20th 1862
My Dear Loving companion I take
pleasure in addressing you a few lines
to inform you that I am yet alive and well
I have had good health the most of the time
since I left home I was unwell awhile
but I am all right again I was taken
prisoner on the 20th of may as you have
probably heard I am now in Alton Ill
I have been here three weeks I have wrote
one letter since I left home but have
received no answer MW Province landed at
this place last night and had a letter he got
from home it stated you was all well that
is the only word I have heard from you
any way since I left now I want you
to write to me soon and often don't neglect
it write all about the children and how you
are getting along with the farming business do
the best you can give you self no trouble
about me I am doing very well I don't
know how long I shall remain here I
hope it will not be long direct you letter
to the Alton prison Ill I am limited
I can write no more at present
Wm Baker  
BAKER William Henry, II (I4163)
 
3235 Transcription:
Military prison Alton Ill Aug 10th 1862
Dear loving wife and children I again take my pen in
hand to inform you that I am still alive and well I
am in as good health at this time as ever I was in my
life for which blessing I feel thankful to the great donor
of all good I have nothing more to write that would interest you I received your letter yesterday which gave me much
delight to hear that you and the children was all well as
I can't see you I would like to hear from you oftener you
write that you will come to see me in 6 weeks I would
be glad to see you of course but at the same time I advise
you not to come from the fact that I have no idea of
being here at that time I expect to be in dixie before
then and if I was here when you came you would not get
to see me you said you would bring me clothing I have
plenty of good clothing I am well treated and
well furnished here as a prisoner you want to know about
the wheat sowing I advise you to sow all you can on
the old place and not trouble Haises? corn I have heard
bad news from your country but not from your letter stay
at home keep in good spirits do the best you can write often to me when
you know where I am
MW Province is not well today I am
your affectionate husband until death
Wm Baker to Kezia Baker 
BAKER William Henry, II (I4163)
 
3236 Twin JONES Nettie Pearl (I1397)
 
3237 twin FORE Clarence (I4861)
 
3238 Twin brother to Cara Harris. HARRIS Ira "Arrie" (I1951)
 
3239 Twin brother to Mary C. Lamb. LAMB James (I641)
 
3240 Twin brother to Mary Elizabeth Fore. FORE George William (I1882)
 
3241 Twin of A. Thomas.
Almon worked at Quilin ranch as head blacksmith. He also had a blacksmith shop at Fagus, Missouri. While bringing in corn from the field, the front of the wagon gave way, the corn shifted and spooked the horses, and Almon was thrown onto the wagon tongue and was killed. 
MELTON Almon (I4150)
 
3242 Twin of Almon MELTON A. Thomas (I4151)
 
3243 Twin of Arrie HARRIS Cara (I1953)
 
3244 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JORDAN Logan Nathaniel (I5700)
 
3245 twin of Elias David Brookshire BROOKSHIRE George B. (I6134)
 
3246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DECKER Lloyd (I4289)
 
3247 twin of George B. Brookshire BROOKSHIRE Elias David (I6133)
 
3248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WARREN Anna Faye (I2812)
 
3249 twin of James Wilson MELTON Sarah J. (I4681)
 
3250 twin of Joseph M. PIOTROWSKI Josephina (I5105)
 
3251 twin of Josephina PIOTROWSKI Joseph Michael (I3725)
 
3252 twin of Laura KITCHEN James (I3611)
 
3253 Twin of Lena Linnie Pearl MELTON Loren Leon (I4155)
 
3254 twin of Lloyd DECKER Floyd (I4288)
 
3255 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JORDAN Carter Lincoln (I5699)
 
3256 Twin of Loren Leon MELTON Lena Linnie Pearl (I4156)
 
3257 twin of Patricia POVOLISH Peg (I5228)
 
3258 twin of Peg POVOLISH Patricia (I5227)
 
3259 Twin of Ray CASE Roy (I197)
 
3260 Twin of Roy CASE Ray (I196)
 
3261 twin of Sarah MELTON James Wilson (I4133)
 
3262 Twin sister of George William Fore. FORE Mary Elizabeth (I1875)
 
3263 Twin sister to Addie Coppedge. COPPEDGE Ida Minnie (I3301)
 
3264 U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name: E.M. Melton
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Missouri
Regiment Name: 8 Missouri Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 8th Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Company: D
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Alternate Name: Mills E./Melton
Film Number: M380 roll 10


 
MELTON Eli "Mills" Willis (I4137)
 

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