John W. Barnett, b. 1814, Kentucky

John W. Barnett (Samuel 2, James 1)  was born about 1814 in Kentucky.[1]

John married Mary Jacobs on 12 Jun 1834 in Hardeman Co., Tennessee.[2] A John Barnett paid a poll tax in Hardeman Co., Tennessee in 1836 and 1837.[3] So far no other records have been found for this family. They may have moved to a different location or they may have died young.

[1] Freestone County Historical Commission, History of Freestone County, Texas, Freestone County Historical Commission (Texas), c1978, pp. 242-245. Barnett family histories by Mrs. E.F. McEntire (Juanita).

[2] Tennessee, State Marriages, 1780 – 2002. Digital images. (The Generations Network, Inc., Ancestry. http://ancestry : 2009.), Barnett-Jacobs marriage (1834); accessed 13 Feb 2013.

[3] Hardeman County, Tennessee, Trustee Tax Book 1824 – 1880 (Nashville, Tennessee: State Library and Archives, 1975), 1836 and 1837 Taxable Polls and Property, District 13, Tax books 1824-1854 – FHL US/CAN Film [ 989359 ].

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James J. Barnett, b. 1812, Caldwell Co., Kentucky, d. 1880, Parker Co., Texas

James Johnson Barnett (Samuel 2, James 1) or “J.J. Barnett “was born on 16 May 1812 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky, died on 16 Sep 1880 in Hiner, Parker, Texas at age 68, and was buried in Ox Mill Cemetery in Parker County.[1]

In 1820 James was probably living in Caldwell Co., Kentucky with his father Samuel Barnett.[2] By 1830 the family had moved to Hardeman Co., Tennessee and James was probably one of the three males ages 15 – 19 listed in Samuel Barnett’s household.[3] James paid taxes in Hardeman Co., Tennessee beginning in 1834 and appeared in most years until 1850. He paid only a poll tax, suggesting that he had acquired no land.[4]

About 1849 James and his family moved to Freestone Co., Texas. In the 1850 census he was listed as head of household and a farmer in Limestone Co., Texas.[5] About 1857 J.J. Barnett and his family made their way to newly formed Parker Co., Texas which became their permanent home where they settled south of Weatherford in the Hiner area.  J.J. and his family appeared in Parker Co., Texas in the 1860 and 1870 census records.[6] They were not found in the 1880 census, but they were probably still in Parker County.

J.J. Barnett served in the CSA 9th Texas Field Battery during the Civil War. His unit served in the Trans-Mississippi West Theater of the war. They were involved in battles in Louisiana and along the Mississippi River. James’ service records show that he was hospitalized in Aug 1864 in the Shreveport, Louisiana hospital for a fever.[7] Later James encouraged settlement of the area and was known for helping newcomers with transportation and temporary housing. A family story recounts how James traveled to Eastern Tennessee after the war and organized and led local families to new opportunities in Texas. Some of those families became part of his family through the marriages of their children.[8]

James married Elizabeth Wylie (Willie), daughter of Matthew Wiley and Elizabeth Shields, on 27 Mar 1834 in Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee.[9] Elizabeth was born on 21 Apr 1813 in Kentucky, died on 9 Apr 1884 in Hiner, Parker, Texas at age 70, and was buried in Ox Mill Cemetery in Parker Co., Texas.[10]

James J. and Elizabeth (Wylie) Barnett were the parents of six children:

  1. John N. Barnett, b. 1836, d. 1927
  2. Sarah Jane Barnett, b. 1839, d. about 1869
  3. George Franklin Barnett, b. 1842, c. 1915
  4. James Madison Barnett, b. 1844, d. 1931
  5. Matilda Ann Barnett, b. 1847, d. 1872
  6. Matthew William Barnett, b. 1850, d. 1930

[1] Parker County, Texas Cemeteries (Weatherford, Texas: Parker County Genealogical Society, 1998), v. 1 Southern Half of the County, p. 36 “Barnett/Oxmill Cem etery.”

[2] U.S. Government, 1820 U.S. Census, Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, Darnell’s P arish, p. 50, line 26, Saml Barnett household; citing NAR A micropublication M33, roll 19; accessed 24 Jul 2008.

[3] 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Samuel Barnett household, Hardeman County, Tennessee, pag e 385, line 6; NARA micropublication M19, roll 176; accesse d 15 Nov 2007 online at http://ancestry.com.

[4] Hardeman County, Tennessee, Trustee Tax Book 1824 – 1880 (Nashville, Tennessee : State Library and Archives, 1975), 1834-1849 Taxable Polls and Property, Tax books 1824-1854 – FH L US/CAN Film [ 989359 ].

[5] 1850 U.S. Census, James Barnett household, Limestone County, Texas, populatio n schedule, Precinct 2, page 360 and 364, dwelling 71, fami ly 71; NARA micropublication M432, roll 912; accessed 31 Ma r 2007 online at http://www.ancestry.com

[6] 1860 U.S. Census, Parker County, Texas, population schedule, Beat 1, page 424 , dwelling 66, family 66, J. Barnet household;citing NARA m icropublication M653, roll 1302; accessed 21 Mar 2007 and 1870 U.S. Census, Parker County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 4, For t North Tarrant post office, page 411, dwelling 773, famil y 773, Jas. Barnett household; citing NARA micropublicatio n M593, roll 1601; accessed 31 Mar 2007.

[7] U.S. Govt, Confederate Veterans Records, medical cards. photocopies in possession of compiler

[8] Jim Taylor, “Descendants of James Kelly,” Jim Taylor.

 

[9] Tennessee, State Marriages, 1780 – 2002. Digital images. (The Generations Network, Inc., Ancestry. http://ancestry : 2009.), Barnett-Willie marriage 1834

[10] Parker County, Texas Cemeteries (Weatherford, Texas: Parker County Genealogical Society, 1998), v. 1 Southern Half of the County, p. 36 “Barnett/Oxmill Cem etery.”

Sophia Barnett, b. about 1799, d. 1888, Fannin Co., Texas

Sophia Barnett (James 1) was born about 1799 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky, died in 1888 in Fannin Co., Texas about age 89, and was buried in Woods Cemetery in Fannin County.[1]

Sophia and her husband Levin Oliver were involved in land transactions in Caldwell Co., Kentucky in 1825, 1835 and 1838.[2] Sometime after 1838 the family left Kentucky and settled in Fannin Co., Texas. Sophia and her family were listed in Fannin County in both the 1850 and 1860 U.S. census enumerations.[3] Her husband, Levin Oliver, died before the 1870 U.S. census when Sophia was living with her youngest daughter in the James and Margaret (Oliver) Pile household in Fannin County.[4] In 1880 she was living with another daughter in Fannin County in the R.D. and N.H. (Oliver) household.[5]

Sophia married Levin Oliver, son of Nathan Oliver and Hannah Gray, on 10 Aug 1816 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[6] Levin was born on 8 Mar 1799 in Virginia, died in Feb 1870 in Fannin Co., Texas at age 70, and was buried in Woods Cemetery in Fannin County.[7]

Levin Oliver participated in several land transactions in Caldwell Co., Kentucky between 1823 and 1848.[8] He appeared as head of household in the Caldwell County U.S. census records between 1820 and 1840.[9] About 1848 Levin moved his family to Fannin Co., Texas where he appears as head of household and a farmer in both the 1850 and 1860 U.S. census.[10]

Levin and Sophia (Barnett) Oliver were the parents of eight children:

  1. Mary Evelina Oliver, b. 1817, d. 1882
  2. Elizabeth Oliver, b. about 1820, d. before 1880
  3. Lydia Green Oliver, b. 1821, d. 1902
  4. Sarah Oliver, b. 1824, d. before 1906
  5. ? Oliver, b. 1826
  6. Nancy Howard Oliver, b. 1832, d. 1917
  7. Margaret Jane Oliver, b. about 1834, d. after 1910
  8. Robert C. Oliver, b. about 1838, d. 1862

[1] “Grave Search Results,”> database, Find A Grave  (http://www.findagrave.com), 10 Jul 2010, Sophia (Barnett) Oliver entry.

[2] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for Leaven Oliver; citing Caldw ell Co. Deedbook E, p. 75, 108-109, 85-86.

[3] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, page 149 [stamped], dwelling 86, family 86, Leavan Olivr household; citing NARA micropublication M432, roll 910; accessed 6 Feb 2013 and 1860 U.S. Census (Digital image. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, Beat 4, Sadonia Post Office,  page 229 [stamped],  dwelling 718, family 727, Levin Oliver household; citing NARA micropublication M653, roll 1293; accessed 7 Feb 2013.

[4] 1870 U.S. Census, Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 4, page 3 [written], 258 [stamped], dwelling 14, family 14, James R. Pile household; citing NARA micropublication M593, roll 1584; accessed 4 Feb 2013.

[5] 1880 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 4, ED 26, SD 2, page 50B [written], dwelling 445, family 449, R.D. Lee household; citing NARA micropublication T9, roll 1302; accessed 9 Jan 2013.

[6] Jordan Dodd, “Kentucky Marriages, 1802 – 1850,” database, Ancestry (http://ancestry.com : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Oliver-Barnett marriage (1816).

[7] “Grave Search Results,”> database, Find A Grave  (http://www.findagrave.com), Levin Oliver entry; accessed 30 Aug 2015.

[8] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for John Barnett; citing Caldwe ll Co. Deedbook

[9] U.S. Government, 1820 U.S. Census, Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 33, Levin Oliver household; citing NARA micropublication M33, roll 19; accessed 30 Aug 2015; 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 167, Leven Oliver household; citing NARA micropublication M19, roll 34; accessed 30 Aug 2015; and 1840 U.S. Census (Digital Images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 45,  Levin L. Oliver household; citing NARA micropublication M704, roll 106; accessed 30 Aug 2015.

[10] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, page 149 [stamped], dwelling 86, family 86, Leavan Olivr household; citing NARA micropublication M432, roll 910; accessed 6 Feb 2013 and 1860 U.S. Census (Digital image. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Fannin County, Texas, population schedule, Beat 4, Sadonia Post Office,  page 229 [stamped],  dwelling 718, family 727, Levin Oliver household; citing NARA micropublication M653, roll 1293; accessed 7 Feb 2013.

James Barnett, b. 1796, South Carolina

James Barnett, Jr. was born about 1796 in South Carolina.[1]

James married Elizabeth Ledbetter on 3 Aug 1814 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[2] He next married Polly Satterfield on 20 Aug 1816 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[3]

FamilySearch and some Ancestry member trees have identified the James Barnett, Jr. of Caldwell Co., Kentucky with a James Barnett of Montgomery Co., Illinois who was reportedly born about 1796 in South Carolina. Are they indeed the same person?

Another question: there are Kentucky marriage records for James Barnett and Elizabeth Ledbetter and one for James Barnett and Polly Satterfield; are these records for the same James Barnett or is there more than one James Barnett in Caldwell Co., Kentucky?

I think more research is needed.

[1] Maynard, Frances O, “Descendants of James Barnett,” Frances O. Maynard.

[2] Jordan Dodd, “Kentucky Marriages, 1802 – 1850,” database, Ancestry (http://ancestry.com: accessed 1 Feb 2012), Barnett-Ledbetter marriage (1814); citing Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky

[3] Jordan Dodd, “Kentucky Marriages, 1802 – 1850,” database, Ancestry (http://ancestry.com: accessed 1 Feb 2012), Barnett-Satterfield marriage (1816); citing Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.

Rev. John Barnett, b. 1790, South Carolina, d. 1854, Lyon Co., Kentucky

 Rev. John Barnett (James 1) was born on 14 Apr 1790 in South Carolina, died on 25 Jun 1854 in Lyon Co., Kentucky at age 64, and was buried in the Barnett Cemetery in Lyon County.[1]

John a, Primitive Baptist preacher, was named in a lawsuit against the heirs of James Barnett in 1825 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[2] John Barnett appears in Caldwell County as head of household in both the 1830 and 1840 U.S. censuses.[3] In the 1850 U.S. census John was a farmer and head of household still in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[4] In 1854 part of Caldwell County was used to form Lyon Co., Kentucky which is where John died.

John married Leah Howard, daughter of Groves Howard and Catherine Graves, on 1 Oct 1817 in Daviess Co., Kentucky.[5] Leah was born on 11 Sep 1796 in Caswell Co., North Carolina, died on 20 Aug 1856 in Lyon Co., Kentucky at age 59, and was buried in Barnett Cemetery in Lyon County.[6]

John and Leah (Howard) Barnett were the parents of eight children:

  1. Nancy Barnett, b. 1818, d. 1906
  2. Lucinda Barnett, b. 1819, d. 1896
  3. John Franklin Barnett, b. 1822, d. 1840
  4. Green Graves Barnett, b. 1824, d. 1826
  5. William Henry Barnett, b. 1827, d. 1859
  6. Sarah Barnett, b. 1829, d. 1901
  7. Julia Ann Barnett, b. 1833, d. 1925
  8. Robert Calvin Barnett, b. 1836, d. 1914

[1] “Grave Search Results,”> database, Find A Grave  (http://www.findagrave.com), 26 Jun 2010, John Barnett entry.  Cit. Date: 26 Jun 2010.

[2] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for suit of Jeremiah Rucker aga inst the heirs of James Barnett; citing Caldwell Co. Deedbo ok D, p. 389 – 390.

[3] 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, John Barnett household; citing NARA micropublication M19, roll 34; accessed 26 Aug 2015 and 1840 U.S. Census (Digital Images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, John Barnett household; citing NARA micropublication M704, roll 106; accessed 26 Aug 2015.

[4] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, Second Dist rict, page 393 [stamped], dwelling 778, family 778, John Ba rnett household; citing NARA micropublication M432, roll 19 4; accessed 7 Apr 2011.

[5] Dodd, Jordan, Kentucky Marriages to 1850 (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1997), Barnett-Howard marriage (1817).

[6] “Grave Search Results,”> database, Find A Grave  (http://www.findagrave.com), 11 Jul 2010, Leah Howard Barnett entry.  Cit. Date: 11 Jul 2010.

 

Sarah Barnett, b. about 1790, South Carolina, d. after 1850

Sarah Barnett (James 1) was born about 1788-1790 in South Carolina[1] and died after 1850.[2]

Sarah married David Osborn on 28 Jan 1805 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.[3] David was born between 1756 and 1774 in South Carolina and died about 1829 in Kentucky.[4]

David appeared as head of household in the Laurens District, South Carolina in the 1800 U.S. census[5] but he was in Caldwell Co., Kentucky by 1810 when he was appointed to work on a road crew.[6]  By 1815 he was serving as a Caldwell County Justice of the Peace.[7] On 16 Oct 1815 David purchased 40 acres on Hurricane Creek from Jesse Birdsong for $160[8] and on 24 Oct 1816 David and Sally Osborn sold 30 acres on Hurricane Creek for $500 to Isham E. Osborn.[9] David paid Caldwell County taxes on 100 acres on Crooked Creek in 1820, 1823 and 1824.[10] On 29 Mar 1825 the Osborns sold 71 acres on Hurricane Creek for $300 to Benjamin I. Gilman.[11] Later that year he was named along with his wife in a lawsuit by Jeremiah Rucker against the heirs of James Barnett.[12] No record of his death has been found, but his wife, Sally, appeared as head of household in the 1830 U.S. census, suggesting that he died between 1825 and 1830.[13] Included in the household were two minor males and three minor females.[14] In 1850 Sarah Osborn (age 55, born South Carolina) was listed in the census in the household of her son Charles E. Osborn in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[15] In December of 1850, Charles Erbey and his family moved to Johnson Co., Illinois; it is not known if Sarah went with them or stayed behind in Kentucky and to date no record of her death has been found.[16]

David and Sarah (Barnett) Osborn were the parents of at least five children:

  1. Susan Osborn, b. between 1811-1815
  2. Bartholomew Osborn, b. between 1811-1815
  3. Charles Erbey Osborn, b. 1816, d. after 1870
  4. Daughter, b. between 1821-1825
  5. Mary Osborn, b. about 1826

Sarah next married Stephen Roach on 29 Jun 1833 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[1] No other information on this marriage has been found, but by 1850 Sarah Osborn was living with her son Charles E. Osborn.[2]

[1] FamilySearch, “Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979,” database, FamilySearch  (http://familysearch.org : 2011), Roach-Osborn marriage (1833); citing DAR Frankfort and Russelville chapters, Caldwell and Logan Counties Marriages, 1792-1850, Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971; FHL  US/CAN film 851644.

[2] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 381, dwe lling 608, family 608, Charles E. Osborn household; citin g NARA micropublication M432, roll 194; accessed 4 Mar 2009.

[1] Mary M. Barnett, “The Forefolk of Meg Barnett” (Ancestry World Tree Project), Sarah “Sally” Barnett individual report; accessed 24 Feb 20 09 online at http://ancestry.com.

[2] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 381, dwe lling 608, family 608, Charles E. Osborn household; citin g NARA micropublication M432, roll 194; accessed 4 Mar 2009.

[3] FamilySearch, “Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979,” database, FamilySearch  (http://familysearch.org : 2011), Roach-Osborn marriage (1833); citing DAR Frankfort and Russelville chapters, Caldwell and Logan Counties Marriages, 1792-1850, Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971; FHL  US/CAN film 851644.

[4] Tom Osborne, Descendants of James Barnett(2), Descendancy chart.

[5] 1800 U.S. census, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), Laurens District, South Carolina, David Osborn household

[6] Happy Greer, “Caldwell Co., Court Order Bk B1, 1810,” database, US GenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/court/court-006.txt : 19 May 1997), accessed 25 Mar 2009), Monday Sept 3rd 1810, p. 103; citin g Caldwell Co., Kentucky Court Order Book B1, 1810.

[7] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for David Osborn; citing Caldwe ll Co. Deedbook B, p. 165.

[8] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for David Osborn; citing Caldwe ll Co. Deedbook B, p. 165.

[9] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for David Osborn; citing Caldwe ll Co. Deedbook B, p. 485.

[10] Happy Greer, “Extracts from Caldwell County Taxes 1814 – 1816,” database, US GenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/taxlists/g660-001.txt : 4 Apr 1997), accessed 25 Mar 2009), 1820 Caldwell Co, Ky Tax Book Extrac ts p. 39; 1823 Caldwell Co, Ky Tax Books, p. 39; and 1824 Caldwell Co., Ky Tax Books, p. 40;  citing Caldwell Co. Kentucky Tax Books

[11] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for David Osborn and Sally; cit ing Caldwell Co. Deedbook D, p. 350.

[12] William P. Oliver, “Selected Caldwell County Deed Abstracts – 1815 – 1853,” database, USGenWeb Archives  (http://files.usgwarchives.net/ky/caldwell/deeds/deeds-001.txt : 6 Mar 2009), accessed 6 Mar 2009), entry for suit of Jeremiah Rucker aga inst the heirs of James Barnett; citing Caldwell Co. Deedbo ok D, p. 389 – 390.

[13] 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Trigg County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 28, Sally O sborn household; NARA micropublication M19, roll 42; access ed 4 Mar 2009.

[14] 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Trigg County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 28, Sally O sborn household; NARA micropublication M19, roll 42; access ed 4 Mar 2009.

[15] 1850 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 381, dwe lling 608, family 608, Charles E. Osborn household; citin g NARA micropublication M432, roll 194; accessed 4 Mar 2009.

[16] Mary M. Barnett, “The Forefolk of Meg Barnett” (Ancestry World Tree Project), Sarah “Sally” Barnett individual report; accessed 24 Feb 20 09 online at http://ancestry.com.

Claiborne Barnett, b. before 1786, d. about 1816, Caldwell Co., Kentucky

Claiborne Barnett was born before 1786[1] and died in Caldwell Co., Kentucky probably between 1816 when he received $10 from the estate of Brooks H. Davis and 1820 when Ruth Barnett was listed as head of household in the 1820 U.S. census in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[2]

Claiborne married Ruth Lindsey. Ruth was born about 1795. She appeared as head of household in the 1820 and 1830 U.S. censuses in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.[3]

Claiborne and Ruth (Lindsey) Barnett may have been the parents of Isaac Barnett who was named in James Barnett’s will as a grandson.[4]

Additional research suggests that Claiborne Barnett was actually the son of Nathan Barnett and Lucy Webb of Georgia. (Mrs. Howard H. McCall, Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2010), 3: 31.)

[1] Caldwell County, Kentucky Tax Lists, 1809-1811; PDF document, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org: downloaded 24 Oct 2013), p. 2.

[2]  Brenda Joyce Jerome, Caldwell County, Kentucky Wills and Estate Records: Will Book A (1809-1834), Inventory Appraisal and Settlement Book 1 and Miscellaneous Probate Records (N.p.: n.p., 2006), p. 35. and U.S. Government, 1820 U.S. Census, Darnells Parish, Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 50; citing NARA micropublication M33, roll 19; accessed 20 Oct 2014.

[3] U.S. Government, 1820 U.S. Census, Darnells Parish, Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, p. 50; citing NARA micropublication M33, roll 19; accessed 20 Oct 2014 and 1830 U.S. Census (Digital images. Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com)), Caldwell County, Kentucky, population schedule, page 174; citing NARA micropublication M19, roll 34; accessed 22 Oct 2014.

[4] Caldwell, Kentucky, Will Records, 1809-1834, James Barnett will (1816), v. A, p. 281-282; digital images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org: accessed 18 Dec 2011).