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4401 Sold property to Polly and Elizabeth Rakes, stepmother and stepsister. (William Rakes Estate from 1831-1840)? Rakes, David (I5411)
4402 Some Martin, Jeffries, and Wayman families and connections of Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky and Indiana

Author: Estelle Osborn Clark Watson
Publisher: Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983.
Edition/Format: Book Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rakes, John (I1081)
4403 Some of the children are being born when the parents are very old.

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Sampson, Henry Bishop (I6446)
4404 Something looks wrong with this death date and the LDS blessing date? Ginter, Edward Ewing (I1016)
4405 something wrong here. Died young yet married??? Family F1870
4406 Son of Julia and her first hisband Ginter, Samuel L. (I8713)
4407 Spelling of name may be incorrect. Shrout, America Ann (I661)
4408 Spouse and marriage information is questionable.
Wells, Joseph (I1185)
4409 Spouse: John Procter Family F2321
4410 Spouse: Leah Owings Wells, Alexander (I1414)
4411 Spouse: Lizzie Shrout, James McVey (I2352)
4412 St Francis De Sales Catholic Unsworth, Harry (I6344)
4413 St Francis De Sales Catholic Costello, Mary Ann (I6345)
4414 St Joseph'S Cemetery Berkeley County Rhodes, Jacob (I1945)
4415 St Margaret Manley, William Senior (I935)
4416 St Paul's Parish Register Baltimore Maryland. Page 414 Wells Family Research. FHL Library Lexington KY Film # 1307611. Wells, Joseph (I1206)
4417 St Paul's Parish Register PP 27,31. MISC: See Old KY Surveys and grants FHL Lexington Kentucky page 126 for several land transactions. Owings, John Cockey (I1199)
4418 St Pauls Church Cemetery Baltimore County Butler, Temperence (I1559)
4419 St Pauls Parish Rigistar Baltimore Maryland. MARR: The marriage to John Williams may not be correct. This needs further research. Apel, John F. SR. 30 August 1990 Letter: Mr Apel givesthe date of birth for Anne as 17 February 1729. Robert L. Wells: Gives a marriage date of 15 March 1785 and a spouse of John Williams Family F810
4420 St. Francis Xaviar Rectory Washington County Family F1944
4421 St. Johns Church Garrison Forest Baltimore County Married in the St. Thomas Church, Garrison Forest, Baltimore County Maryland. See Records of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland.Now on file in Maryland Historical Society. Records of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland. Now on file in Maryland Historical Society. ! The couple was married about 1719. TheOwings Home Plantation, Long Acre, was in Baltimore County.

Alt Marriage: Leah Owings Date: 12 Jul 1753 Location: St Thomas, Garrison Forest, Baltimore, Maryland

Alt Marriage: Leah Owings Date: 12 Jul 1753 Location: St Thomas Ch,Baltimore, , , Massachusetts 
Family F401
4422 St. Johns Episc Chruch Cemetery United States Church located on Eversville Road Brown, Richard (I1163)
4423 St. Joseph's Church Martinsburg, West Virginia Rhodes, Jacob (I1945)
4424 St. Pauls Episc. Church Family F904
4425 St. Peter's Church Leeds, Yorkshire Family F2061
4426 Stafford Cemetery Nicholas County Standiford, William Mccabe (I6672)
4427 Steel Cemetery United States Steel, Moses (I4900)
4428 Steel Cemetery United States Steel, Elizabeth (I4901)
4429 Stephens Cemetery Bath County Traylor, Andrew Jackson (I546)
4430 Stephens Cemetery Bath County McCarty, Bessie Lee (I547)
4431 Stephens Cemetery Bath County Traylor, Andrew Jackson (I1635)
4432 Stock Trader of near Salt Lick. Craig, John (I8257)
4433 Stokes County, North Carolina, Will Book 1, Page 81, June 1796: In the name of God Amen. I Matthew Markland of the County of Stokes being weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory thanks begiven unto God. Calling (sic) unto mind the Mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to died, do make and ordain this my last will. I give and recommend my soulunto the hand of the Almighty God that gives it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial, at the descretion of my executors, nothing doubting but at thegeneral resurrection I shall receive the same again, by the mighty power of God; and as __aching souch (sic) worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this ife, I give deviseand dipose of the same in the following manner and form: First I give and bequeath to Ancyble my dearly beloved wife our feather bed and furniture, one walnut chest and five pounds hard moneyto be paid by Nathaniel, my son, yearly and every year during her life, that is in consideration of the land that shall be mentioned hereafter. Also, I give one pound an shillings to be paidby Joseph my son yearly and every, during her life that is in consideration of seventeen acres of land that shall be mentioned hereafter. Also, I give to my well beloved son Joseph, seventeenacres of land lying on the north end of my tract of land adjoining his land. Also, I give to my well beloved son Nathaniel all and singular my lands, messuage and ___by him freely is bepossessed and enjoyed? the other part of my estate to be equally divided among all my children including John Blake, my stepson, to have an equal part with the rest of my children. And Ihereby make constitue and ordain Robert, my son, Executor of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former testament willlegasies bequests and executors by me in any way before named? willed and bequeathed, ratified and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness where of I havehereunto set my hand and seal this first day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety six. /s/ Matthew Markland seal Signed Sealed Published Pronounced andDeclared by the said Matthew Markland as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto submitted our names JamesFletcher Thomas Padget Markland, Mathew (I3924)
4434 Strode's Run Mason County Buried at Wells Plantation (7 mi. out on Strodes Run Pike, Ky. See Kentucky Cem. Records Vol. I Kentucky Soc. DAR 1960. Also note in Wells Family file that the 6thchild of Richard Wells Sr Thomas Wells Sr. was born Md. Jan 10, 1758 and died in KY May 6, 1839, buried on his farm on Strode's Run in Mason County Ky where he settled 1794. Served as aprivate 1776-83 in Penn Ranger. Wells, Thomas (I1418)
4435 Submitted by: Marla McCullough http://kykinfolk.com/mason/pioneers.html#standiford

Standiford, Aquilla
Born 24 August 1741 MD, fraternal twin of Averilla Standiford (Vestry Records, St. John's and St. George's Parish, Baltimore (Harford) Co., MD. Bible of Aquilla Standiford)
Father: William Standeford listed Dorchester Co., MD leaseholder records, February 25, 1742, enumerated: William age 58, Aquilla age 25
Married: Sarah Clarke December 27, 1764 (Vestry Records; Baltimore, MD Marriage Records)
Sarah born June 10, 1744 (Bible of Aquilla Standiford)
Harford County census, Bush River Lower Hundreds 8/15/1776
Oath of Fidelity, Harford Co., MD, March 23, 1780
The family first migrated to what is now Shelby County, KY
Standiford land grants in 1784 found in Jefferson Co., KY
Arrived in Bourbon County, KY before September 19, 1787.
On September 19, 1787, Aquilla was a signer of the petition to divide Mason County from Bourbon County.
Aquilla was a local Methodist Episcopal preacher in Mason County, KY, and is mentioned in the Journal and Letters of Francis Asbury. (Kentucky Wesleyan College records)
Aquilla died in Mason County, KY. Will signed and dated January 10, 1799; Mason County Order Bk. C, p.254.
Many persons with roots in Mason and surrounding counties have a Standiford ancestor in one or more bloodline.
Children: Hannah, b. 1766; Milcah, b. January 21, 1767; m. James Little, September 05, 1787, Bourbon County, Kentucky; Nathan, b. July 08, 1768; George, b. July 08, 1770; Sarah, b. April 28, 1773; Mary, b. April 21, 1775; m. __ Smith; Rebecca, b. August 06, 1776; d. September 11, 1780; Elijah, b. January 13, 1778; Aquilla II, b. June 03, 1780, Maryland; d. 1857, Harrison County, Indiana; Rebecca, b. July 27, 1782; m. Ebenezer Bartlett; John, b. January 27, 1785, Maryland; Cassandra, b. November 07, 1789, Maryland. 
Standiford, Aquilla (I3311)
4436 Substitute for Elijah Reeves died in war of 1812. Pvt in Captian George Matthews' Company of Infantry, Regiment KY Vol Milita Yarbrough, Randle (I6472)
4437 Superior court records, Hardy County, Virginia, Monday, 10 Sep 1804. -17- I now live I give to my two sons Jethro and George Neville, jointly, - To my son Joseph, I give Two hundred Acres known by the name of the Wykoff's place to him and his wife's life time, after which to descend to his son Melton Neville, Alis Lewis - and as Mr. James Machir and myself has two Tracts of Land containing Seven hundred odd acres, lying on both sides of Stony river now in law and as I have never made a conveyance of the one-half to Mr. Machir should we recover or hold the said Two Tracts of land, I give the half thereof to the said James Machir or his heirs, the balance of the said land together with the lands I own in Randolph County, to be sold together, with my personal property and after my Debts is paid to be equally divided among my children except my daughter Amealy to whom I have given four valuable slaves in lieu of all other part of my Estate else paying regards to the division thereof to what I already have already advance to my Children accounts whereof I have lodged with one of my Executors. It is my will that my Grandson Melton Neville shall receive the one half of the amount coming to my son Joseph as he has no other child. Further as I have sold Two Tracts of land lying in the County of Randolph should those persons pay up the amount of the purchase money that my Executors make a conveyance thereof agreeable to contract it is also desire that all contracts entered by me in my life time should be punctual fulfilled by my Executors of whom I appoint my friends Mr. Edward Williams, Mr. Samuel McMechen, and my son Jethro Neville, my Executors. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of September, in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Seventeen. Jos. Neville (L.S.) 'Signed, sealed and acknowledged to be his last will and Testament by him made renouncing all former Wills in presence of us September the 4th, 1817.

David Cosner David Gilmer' General Joseph Neville as Justice of the Peace, already referred to, had arraigned before his count at Moorefield, the first murder case to occur in this part of Hardy County. A man by the name of Shrout who lived near the Geisert place on the Morgantown road about one mile east of the 'Mountain' was charged with the crime of killing his wife, which deed he committed by ramming a broom stick down her throat. A man by the name of Bowman, who then lived on the Parker Brothers farm near Mount Storm on the Morgantown road acted as constable. Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to the method of executing a criminal at that time, which provided that the accused should sit upon his coffin, borne by about six men to the place of execution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb. The prisoner was allowed to carry a small stick to drop as a signal, when he felt that he was ready to take the step into that bourn from whence no traveler e'er returns to tell of tiding on yonder shore. 
Shrout, Johann Peter (I2266)
4438 Supposidly in Washington County KY

Issued by: Washington County, Book 2, Page 209, Year Issued: 1830, Person(s) of Interest: Thomas Rakes and Mary Wilson, (posted to db on 11 December 2013)

This indication that his wifes parents are living in Ohio along with a land graqnt with him living in Preble County Ohio show some connection

Marriage records [microform], 1792-1878. Washington County (Ky.) County Clerk.  1792  MIC 3354

Look for all rakes in this film John Rakes Jr bk II p284
Thomas bk II p 209 
Family F762
4439 Susan Ginter Aug 13, 1883 Jan 26, 1910 wife of Laffat Jackson, Susan (I1004)
4440 TB Sanitariam Paris, Kentucky Ginter, Albert Howard (I3574)
4441 Thank you for responding to my inquiry. I have "finished" my Hatton Family Geneaolgy and had it published. I put a disclaimer in the book that some of the information could not be verified to my satisfaction but that I wanted to complete what I had. I have only done this book for my immediate family so they could see where they came from and Benjamin was not in my immediate line. Good luck to you in doing your research. I sent all my research books and research to the Breathitt County Library in Kentucky when I finished. Hopefully someone will be able to use the books to do a more complete family history on the Hatton's Hatton, Benjamin (I3211)
4442 The Arthur Shrout, the son of Isaac 'Milton' Shrout and his wife Delia Smooth was born 5 Nov 1880 at Nicholas County, KY. He married Clara Jane Kirk. Arthur died 12 May 1939. I only show onechild for them, Arthur Lee Shrout b 1933, possibly they had more. Does this fit.
Larry Phalin phalintl@aol.com 
Shrout, Arthur (I2254)
4443 The birth information for this person was copied from the WFRA page 36. Howard, Elizabeth (I1159)
4444 The death certificate of Melvina Copher give birth place as Scotland McQuithey, Samuel (I704)
4445 The father and mother of Kathryne was taken from the funeral service program. Riddle, Levi Marshall (I623)
4446 The following is a best guess of the first Craycrafts in Bath County, Kentucky

William Craycraft b. 1760-70 d. between 1843 & 1846

m. (1) Sarah Bowell b. 1760-70 Sarah died between 1830 & 1832
m. (2) Keziah (Isabella) Ratliff, 19 January 1832 in Bath County, Kentucky This was also her 2nd marriage

Children (not necessarily in order of birth)

Zadock Craycraft b. 19 Aug 1792 in KY d. 11 Nov 1859 in Nicholas County, KY m. Anne Hendrix 10 March 1812 in Bath County, KY

Elizabeth 'Besty' Craycraft b.1797-8 m. Matthew Hamilton 17 August 1820 in Bath County, KY

Polly Craycraft b. 12 August 1798 d. 28 January 1861 in Nicholas County, KY m. James A. Hazelrigg 2 February 1821 in Bath County, KY

Thomas Craycraft b. 1803-4 m. Lucretia ____________ 1820-25

John Tilford Craycraft b. 1806-7 (Referred to as John Tilford, I) m. Nancy Foster 4 September 1833 in Bath County, KY

William Craycraft, Jr. b. 1809-10 m. (1) Myran Parker 8 February 1834 in Bath County, KY m. (2) Letitia Janks Jones 22 Jun 1849 in Bath County, KY

Eli Craycraft b. 1800-10 d. 1830-40 m. Polly(Mary) Coshaw 21 January 1822 or 1827 in Bath County, KY

Nancy Craycraft m. Andrew Russell 5 February 1815 in Bath County KY

Jeremiah Craycraft m. Nancy Duty 4 May 1830 in Bath County, KY

Eli had a son named John Tilford, born after 1830 (some time referred to as John Tilford, II).

John Tilford has a son named John Tilford, born about 1843 (we call him John Tilford, III)

William Craycraft, a son of Joseph Craycraft and Ann, his wife, married Sarah Bowell, daughter of William and Anna Bowell of Frederick, Maryland, and went to Westmoreland County, Pennsylvaniawhere he patented several tracts of land. He settled on one of these tracts in Union Township, Westmoreland County, later Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Mary Ann, the oldest child of Williamand Sarah Craycraft, was born in Frederick, Maryland in 1760. She married Thomas Atkinson II in Fayette County, Pennsylvania in 1785 and lived in Washington County, Pennsylvania until 1795when she removed to Kentucky with her husband and family. She died on Flat Creek in Bath County , Kentucky in 1844, and is buried, as is her husband, Thomas Atkinson, in SpringfieldChurchyard.

In 1773 William Craycraft and wife, Sarah, of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, conveyed the Bowel gift of lands in Hampshire County, Virginia to John Keith of Hampshire County, Virginia.Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania then contained all of what is now Westmoreland county, Fayette County, Washington County and Greene County 
Craycraft, William Senior (I4963)
4447 The information about the children except, Honor Holmes, are from the Brown family bible.

Alt Death: 23 Mar 1816 Holiday, Cove, Hancock, West Virginia 
Wells, Honour (I1157)
4448 The mother and father of Kaythryne was taken from the funeral program of Kathryne. Manley, Maudie Mae (I624)
4449 The name of this person appears as a child on the fam gr record of Robert
Savage and Elizabeth Holmes, with birth,Mar.Death,and places. Ordinances-

The name of this person appears as a parent on the fam gr record of Ernest
Alfred Holmes Savage and Minnie Julie Mount. With 6 Children.
#1-Iris Eileen Savage-#549, Sp. Ronald Gower
#2-Reginald Ernest Savage-#459,Sp.Lillian Vanderpeer
#3-Ellen Mildred Savage-#554,Sp.Wilfred Mall
#4-Joy Lydia Savage-#552,Sp.Sidney Kay
#5-Ruth Sylvia Savage-#440,Sp. Fredrick Townsend
#6-Rosemary Evelyn Savage-#659,Sp. Tom Roach

From personel knowledge of my mother,Rose G Savage Henson. and from cousin
Rosemary Savage Roach, who sent me all dates and marriages of her brothers
and sistgers. She also corrected her parents mar dates from--2 Dec 1902--
to 24 Dec 1911.
Ernest Alfred is our uncle,and his children are our 1st cousins.

BIRTH: Birth cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I B 12))

MARR: Mar cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I M 6) Married at Holy Trinity
Church, Sittingbourne, Kent, England

DEATH: Death cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I D 13)

Served in WWI both in Egypt and Flanders.

Bapt & End: Archive record TIB film 1,267,855
SP: Archive record and film 537534 slg of children Oakland temple

Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates show spelling of name as first name as ERNEST. Some family records show spelling as Earnest. 
Savage, Ernest Alfred Holmes (I6246)
4450 The name of this person appears as a child on the fam gr record of Robert
Savage and Elizabeth Holmes, with birth,marr,death and places. Ordinances-

The name of this person appears as a parent on the fam gr record of William
John Savage and Ada Minnie Underdown, with 2 children
Children; #1-William Richard Savage-#564, Sp Annie Fox
#2-Margaret Minnie Savage-#610,Sp Jack H Grears
Records sent to Rose H.Parker from Margaret M.Savage Grears,and records of my
Mother Rose G Savage Henson.
Cert's of Birth,Marr.&Death.copies from cousin Melba S.McNeil

William John Savage--I'm a niece--his children,are 1st cousins.

BIRTH: Birth cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I B 7)

MARR: Mar cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I M 7) Married at Parish Church
Queenborough, Kent, England

DEATH: Death cert (Melba Savage McNeil binder I D 17)

Emigrated England to Canada 1910

Bapt & End & SP: IGI
Savage, William John (I6242)

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