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CHARLES WESLEY CONLEY, son of CHARLES WINSTON CONLEY and MALETTITIA "TISHA" MUSIC, was born March 27, 1903 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, and died August 18, 1979 in Osceola County, Florida. He married NANCY KIMBROUGH "KIMBROUGH" OLIVER, daughter of JAMES W. OLIVER and CLARA CLIFTON, about 1924. She was born April 14, 1906 in Florida, and died March 8, 1985 in Osceola County, Florida.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

From findagrave.com: "Following was taken from a clipping in the Randolph Star Wedowee, Ala. December 25, 1890: Mr. J. W. Oliver and Miss Clara Clifton were united in marriage last Sunday night at the Methodist church, Rev. R. N. Ledbetter officiating. The church was handsomely decorated with ever greens. The attendants were, Miss Ruby Clifton with Mr. Percy Oliver of Dadeville Miss Lilla Stewart with Professor J. E. Thomason; Miss Mollie Murphy with Mr. Will Wier, and Miss May Belle Morgen and Harmon Gibbs. The bride and groom Fling up the rear, and taking their stand in front of the altar under a handsome double heart made of evergreens. Miss Nora Smith presiding at the organ. The bride was surpassingly beautiful in a dress of white silk, trimmed in lace and flowers no ornaments.
"After the marriage a splendid supper was served at the residence Mr. William Clifton. Both of the young people are very popular in Wedowee, and the wedding was one of the chief social events of the season. The happy couple left last Monday for Dadeville, where they will spend Christmas. They intend to make Wedowee their future home."

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Charles Conley was born in March of 1903, and died in August of 1979. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Virginia, and his last place of residence was in Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida.

According to Florida death record transcripts, Charles Wesley Conley was born March 27, 1903, and died August 18, 1979 in Osceola County at the age of 76.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Kimbrough Conley was born April 14, 1906, and died in March of 1985. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Virginia, and her last place of residence was in Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida.

According to Florida death record transcripts, Nancy Kimbrough Conley was born April 14, 1906, and died March 8, 1985 in Osceola County at the age of 78.

On pages 44 & 45 of the 1910 census for District 119 (Kissimmee) in Osceola County, Florida (dated April 30, 1910), James W. Oliver is listed as the head of the household for house #427, he's a county surveyor, born in Alabama, parents born in Georgia, 1st marriage, married for 20 years, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Clara (wife, born in Alabama, father born in Alabama, mother born in Mississippi, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 11 children and 8 are still living, age 38), Iris (daughter, born in Florida, age 18), Mary L. (daughter, born in Florida, age 16), Ernest (son, born in Florida, age 14), James (son, born in Florida, age 12), Percie (daughter, born in Florida, age 10), Ruby (daughter, born in Florida, age 8), Kimbrough (daughter, born in Florida, age 5), and Dionysius (son, born in Florida, age 3).

On page 8 of the 1920 census for District 127 (Kissimmee) in Osceola County, Florida (dated January 5, 1920), James W. Oliver is listed as the head of the household for house #90, he's a surveyor, born in Alabama, father born in Georgia, mother born in Alabam, and he's 53 years old. Also listed are Clara (wife, born in Alabama, father born in Alabama, mother born in Mississippi, age 47), Percy (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 18), Ruby (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 16), Kimbrough (son, born in Kentucky, age 13), Dom (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), and Virginia (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9).

On page 6 of the 1930 census for District 49-3 (Kissimmee) in Osceola County, Florida (dated April 1930 [sic]), Charles W. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #88, he's a mechanical engineer for a light plant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 22, and he's 28 years old. Also listed are N. Kimbra (wife, born in Florida, parents born in Alabama, first married at 18, age 24), and Iris L. (daughter, born in Florida, age 3).

On page 2 of the 1940 census for District 49-4 in Osceola County, Florida (dated April 24, 1940), Charles Wesley Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #23, he's a stationary engineer for a light plant, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 7th grade education, and he's 37 years old. Also listed are Kimbrough (wife, born in Florida, 2 years of high school, age 34), Iris Lee (daughter, born in Florida, age 12), and Nancy Caroline (born in Florida, age 8).

    The children of CHARLES CONLEY and KIMBROUGH OLIVER are:

    1. IRIS LEE CONLEY, b. 1927, Florida.
    2. NANCY CAROLINE CONLEY, b. 1932, Florida.







JOSEPHINE CONLEY, daughter of FRANCIS MARION CONLEY and LOUISE ELIZABETH RICE, was born March 30, 1872 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married REDMOND WAYNE PICKLESIMER, son of PHILLIP PICKLESIMER and MARY ELIZA SALYER, January 13, 1893 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born January 16, 1872 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died July 8, 1948 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky. Redmond Picklesimer married (2) NORA MAY FRALEY, daughter of WAYNE FRALEY and BELLE (unknown last name), about 1919. She was born about 1890 in Elliott County, Kentucky, died May 16, 1940 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can also be found on page 371 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says that Redmon Wayne Picklesimer first married Josia Conley, and that their children were Bessie Picklesimer (who married Ben Stambaugh), June Picklesimer (married John Flannery), and Charlie Picklesimer. His 2nd wife was Nora Fraley and their children were Douglas Picklesimer and Lillian Grace Picklesimer. It also says "Mr. Picklesimer resides at Volga, Kentucky, and conducts a general merchandise store in connection with the post office at that place. Bessie and June were very popular teachers in the common schools of Johnson County previous to their marriages."

Redmond Wayne Picklesimer was the brother of Nathaniel Lindsey Picklesimer.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, R. W. Picklesimer (age 21) married Josie Conley (age 19) on January 13, 1893 in Johnson County.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Douglas Picklesimer was born December 19, 1920 in Johnson County to Nora Fraley.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Grace Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Nora Fraley.

According to his death certificate, Redmond Wayne Picklesimer died July 8, 1948 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky, from a cerebral hemorrhage. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Johnson County, his birthdate as January 16 [unknown year], his marital status as widowed, his occupation as groceryman, his parents as Philip Picklesimer (b. unknown) and Mary Eliza Salyers (b. Johnson County), the informant as Charles W. Picklesimer of Volga, and the burial place as Volga.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Redmond W. Picklesimer died July 8, 1948 in Johnson County at the age of 76. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

According to her death certificate, Nora Mae Freely Picklesimer died May 16, 1940 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky, from "Probable apoplexy." Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Elliott County, Kentucky, her age as 51, her marital status as married her husband as Redmond Wayne Picklesimer, her parents as Wayne Freely (b. Elliott County) and Belle Freeley (b. Elliott County), the informant as Redmond W. Pickelsimer of Volga, and the burial place as Volga.

On page 2 of the 1880 census for District 44 (Flat Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 2, 1880), Philip Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #10, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Tennessee, he has heart disease, and he's 40 years old. Also listed are Eliza (wife, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, she has a tumor on something that's hard to read but looks like "head," age 42 [hard to read]), Nathaniel (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Lomana (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), Ulises S. [Ulysses S.] (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Redmond (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), Nathaniel Picklesimer (father, retired doctor, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, he's ruptured, age 79), Lomana (mother, born in Tennessee, father born in Virginia, mother born in North Carolina, age 81), Elijah Quillin (single, servant, laborer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, he has a lung hemorrhage, age 23), and Jane Quillin (single, servant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 21).

On page 4 of the 1900 census for District 41 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 2, 1900), Redmond Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #51, he's a jeweler, born in January of 1872 in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, married for 7 years, and he's 28 years old. Also listed are Josie (wife, born in March of 1873 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 7 years, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 27), Bessie (daughter, born in December of 1894 in Kentucky, age 5), and June (daughter, born in November of 1895 in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 28 of the 1910 census for District 74 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated May 5, 1910), Redmond W. Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #132, he's a retail merchant, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, 1st marriage, married for 17 years, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Josie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 3 children and all are still living, age 38), Bessie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 16), June D. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), and Charlie W. (son, born in Kentucky, age 6).

On page 20 of the 1920 census for District 41 (Flat Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 17, 1920), Redmon W. Pickle Simer is listed as the head of the household for house #201, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, and he's 48 years old. Also listed are Nora (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 30), and Charley (son, born in Kentucky, age 15). They are living next to Redmond's father and step-mother.

On page 3 of the 1930 census for District 58-10 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 3, 1930), R. W. Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #28, he's a merchant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 21, and he's 58 years old. Also listed are Nora M. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 29, age 40), Douglas (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), and Grace (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 24 of the 1940 census for District 58-11 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 25, 1940), Redmon Wayne Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #183, he's a merchant with a general store, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 69 years old. Also listed are Nora May (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 50), J. Douglas (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), and Lillian Grace (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14).

    The children of JOSEPHINE CONLEY and REDMOND PICKLESIMER are:

    1. BESSIE L. PICKLESIMER, b. November 9, 1893, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. April 12, 1973, Silverton, Hamilton County, Ohio, buried in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. BEN F. STAMBAUGH.
    2. JUNE D. PICKLESIMER, b. November 2, 1895, Kentucky, d. May 14, 1978, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, m. JOHN PATRICK FLANNERY.
    3. CHARLES WAYNE PICKLESIMER, b. September 27, 1903, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. November 2, 1970, Marysville, Union County, Ohio, buried in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio, Ohio, m. FANNY HITCHCOCK.







BESSIE L. PICKLESIMER, daughter of JOSEPHINE CONLEY and REDMOND WAYNE PICKLESIMER, was born November 9, 1893 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died April 12, 1973 in Silverton, Hamilton County, Ohio, and is buried in Burchett Family Cemetery in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married BEN F. STAMBAUGH, son of WINFIELD F. STAMBAUGH and BESSIE WILLIAMS, May 20, 1915 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born December 31, 1893 in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky, died May 25, 1971 in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, and is buried in Burchett Family Cemetery in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

According to "Johnson County Kentucky Cemeteries Volume 2" published by the Johnson County Historical Society,, and also found on their website, Bess L. Picklesimer Stambaugh, daughter of R. W. & Josie Conley Picklesimer, was born November 9, 1893, died April 12, 1973, and was buried in Burchett Family Cemetery in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky. She was married on September 9, 1914 to Ben F. Stambaugh, who was a school teacher. He was born December 31, 1893 to Winfield F. and Bessie Williams Stambaugh, died May 25, 1971, and was buried in the same cemetery [as were his parents].

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Winfield Stambaugh (age 23) married Bessie Rule (2nd marriage, age 20) on September 5, 1888 in Johnson County.

According to his obituary, Winfield F. Stambaugh (age 82), son of the late Samuel and Exer Murray Stambaugh, died suddenly from pneumonia at home in Stambaugh on March 29, 1947, and was buried in the family cemetery. He was survived by his wife, Bessie Williams Stambaugh; 2 sons, Roy Stambaugh (of Stambaugh) and Ben F. Stambaugh (Independence); 2 half-brothers, Fred Stambaugh (Stambaugh) and Louis Stambaugh (Stambaugh); 1 half-sister, Mrs. Kelly Rothwell (Stambaugh); 4 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary, Roy Stambaugh (age 78), son of the late Winfield and Bessie Williams Stambaugh, was a farmer who had lived in Stambaugh, Johnson County, Kentucky, for his entire life. He was born December 29, 1889 in Johnson County, died January 26, 1968 in Paintsville Hospital, and was buried in Stambaugh Cemetery in Stambaugh. He was preceded in death by his wife, Naomi Witten Stambaugh. He was survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Sterling VanHoose (of Stambaugh); 1 brother, Ben F. Stambaugh (Tampa, Florida); 3 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, B. F. Stambaugh (age 20) married Bessie Picklesimer (age 20) on May 20, 1915 in Johnson County.

When Ben F. Stambaugh's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Sitka, Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a self-employed farmer and stock dealer in Stambaugh, Kentucky, that he was married, and that he was born December 31, 1893 in Stambaugh, Kentucky. He was found to be tall and slender, and he had blue eyes and dark-colored hair.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Bessie Stambaugh was born November 9, 1893, and died in April of 1973. She received her Social Security card in 1973 in Florida, and her last place of residence was in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Bessie L. Stambaugh was born about 1894, and died April 12, 1973 in a long-term care facility in Silverton, Hamilton County, at the age of 79. She was widowed at the time of her death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Ben Stambaugh was born December 31, 1893, and died in May of 1971. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.

According to Florida death record transcripts, Ben F. Stambaugh was born December 31, 1893, and died May 25, 1971 in Hillsborough County at the age of 77.

On page 42 of the 1900 census for District 42 (Magisterial District No. 5) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 19, 1900), Winfield Stambaugh is listed as the head of the household for house #374, he's a farmer, born in January of 1865 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 11 years, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Bessie (wife, born in June of 1868 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 11 years, she's given birth to 3 children and all are still living, age 31), Virgie Rule (step-daughter, born in March of 1886 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 14), Roy (son, born in December of 1889 in Kentucky, age 10), and Bennie (son, born in December of 1894 in Kentucky, age 5). They are living next to Winfield's parents.

On page 16 of the 1910 census for District 81 (Sitka) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 29, 1910), Winfield Stambaugh is listed as the head of the household for house #115, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 21 years, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Bessie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 2nd marriage, married for 21 years, she's given birth to 3 children and 2 are still living, age 41), Roy (son, married, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 1 year, age 20), Oma (daughter-in-law, married, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 1 year, she's given birth to 1 child and that child is still living, age 23), Ben (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), and Ruth (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 0 months).

On page 21 of the 1920 census for District 67 (Fleming) in Letcher County, Kentucky (dated January 9, 1920), Ben F. Stambo is listed as the head of the household for family #203, he's a bookkeeper, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 26 years old. Also listed is Bess (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 26).

On page 11 of the 1930 census for District 41-12 (Magisterial Distict No. 3) in Grant County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1930), Ben F. Stambaugh is listed as the household for house #141, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 20, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are Bess (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 20, age 36), Ben F. Jr. (son, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Robert D. (son, born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 17 of the 1940 census for District 59-84 in Kenton County, Kentucky (dated May 8, 1940), Bernard F. Stambaugh is listed as the head of the household for house #185, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of high school, and he's 46 years old. Also listed are Bess (wife, born in Kentucky, 4 years of high school, age 46), Bernard Jr. (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Robert (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), and Louis Conley [William Lewis Conley, Bess' uncle] (hired hand, farm laborer, separated, born in Kentucky, he was living in Ashland, Boyd County, in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, age 66).

    The children of BESSIE PICKLESIMER and BEN STAMBAUGH are:

    1. BEN F. STAMBAUGH, b. 1927, Kentucky.
    2. ROBERT D. STAMBAUGH, b. 1928, Grant County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Robert D. Stambaugh was born in Grant County to Bessie Picklesimer.







JUNE D. PICKLESIMER, daughter of JOSEPHINE CONLEY and REDMOND WAYNE PICKLESIMER, was born November 2, 1895 in Kentucky, and died May 14, 1978 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. She married JOHN PATRICK FLANNERY, son of ABRAM SMALLEY FLANNERY and SARAH A. (unknown last name), January 1, 1916 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born November 23, 1893 in Dwale, Floyd County, Kentucky, and died August 14, 1989 in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Sarah Flannery's maiden name was reportedly Sarah Butcher.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, John P. Flannery (age 21) married June Picklesimer (teacher, age 20) on January 1, 1916 in Johnson County.

When John Patric Flanery's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a self-employed farmer in Flat Gap, Kentucky, that he was married and had a child, and that he was born November 23, 1893 in Dwale, Kentucky. He was found to be short, of medium build, and he had dark gray eyes, and dark brown hair.

When John P. Flannery's World War II draft registration card was filled out on April 27, 1942 in Franklin, Warren County, Ohio, he stated that he was self-employed in Lebanon, Warren County, that the person who would always know his address was June Flannery of Lebanon, and that he was born November 23, 1893 in Paintsville, Kentucky. He was found to be 5 feet 10 inches tall, he weighed 165 pounds, and he had gray eyes, gray hair, and a ruddy complexion.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, June Flannery was born November 2, 1895, and died in May of 1978. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Ohio, and her last place of residence was in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, June D. Flannery was born about 1896, and died May 14, 1978 in Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, at the age of 82. She was married and living in Lebanon, Warren County, at the time of her death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Jno P. Flannery was born November 26, 1893, and died August 14, 1989. He received his Social Security card in 1954-1955 in Ohio, and his last place of residence was in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, John Patrick Flannery was born November 23, 1893 in Kentucky, and died August 14, 1989 in a long-term care facility in Lebanon, Warren County, age the age of 95. He was widowed at the time of his death.

On page 13 of the 1900 census for District 33 (Arkansas) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 8, 1900), S [unreadable first name] Flanery is listed as the head of the household for house #106, he's a farmer, born in February of 1867 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 14 years, and he's 33 years old. Also listed are Sarah (wife, born in May of 1862 in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, married for 14 years, she's given birth to 4 children and all are still living, age 38), Jennie (daughter, born in April of 1888 in Kentucky, age 12), Mary (daughter, born in September of 1889 in Kentucky, age 10), John (son, born in November of 1893 in Kentucky, age 6), and Brown F. (son, born in October of 1898 in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 20 of the 1910 census for District 74 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 26, 1910), Abram S. Flannery is listed as the head of the household for house #66, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 24 years, and he's 43 years old. Also listed are Sarah A. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 5 children and 4 are still living, age 47), James (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 22), John (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), and David B. (son, born in Kentucky, age 10).

On page 8 of the 1920 census for District 41 (Flat Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 6 & 7, 1920), John P. Flanery is listed as the head of the household for house #71, he's a farm laborer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are June (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 24), Annie M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Norma M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 1). John's parents are in house #68.

On page 21 of the 1930 census for District 53-21 (Turtle Creek Township) in Warren County, Ohio (dated March 26, 1930), John P. Flannery is listed as the head of the household for house #330, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 22, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are June D (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 20, age 34), Anna M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), Nina M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), James D. [hard to read] (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Sarah J. (daughter, born in Ohio, age 6), and Carl Burnside (lodger/employee, farm laborer, born in Ohio, parents born in Kentucky, age 19).

On page 19 of the 1940 census for District 83-28 (Turtle Creek Township) in Warren County, Ohio (dated May 13, 1940), John P. Flannery is listed as the head of the household for house #156, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 46 years old. Also listed are June D. (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 45), James (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Sarah J. (daughter, born in Ohio, age 16), and Joyce (daughter, born in Ohio, age 9).

    The children of JUNE PICKLESIMER and JOHN FLANNERY are:

    1. ANNA M. FLANNERY, b. January 4, 1917, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Anna M. Flannery was born January 4, 1917 in Johnson County to June Picklesimer.
    2. NINA M. FLANNERY, b. 1919, Kentucky.
    3. JAMES I. FLANNERY, b. 1921, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, James I. Filanery was born in Johnson County to Jum Picklesimer.
    4. SARAH J. FLANNERY, b. 1924, Ohio.
    5. JOYCE FLANNERY, b. 1931, Ohio.







CHARLES WAYNE PICKLESIMER, son of JOSEPHINE CONLEY and REDMOND WAYNE PICKLESIMER, was born September 27, 1903 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, died November 2, 1970 in Marysville, Union County, Ohio, and is buried in Milford Center Cemetery in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio. He married FANNY HITCHCOCK, daughter of CALEB HITCHCOCK and ABIGAIL BROWN, about 1930. She was born July 23, 1911 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died October 17, 1976 in Union County, Ohio, and is buried in Milford Center Cemetery in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Fannie Hitchcock was born July 23, 1911 in Johnson County to Abbie Brown.

A photo of their headstone shows that Charles W. Picklesimer lived from September 27, 1903 to November 2, 1970, and that Fanny Picklesimer lived from July 23, 1911 to October 17, 1987.

According to his obituary, Charles W. Picklesimer (age 67), son of the late Redman and Josephine Conley Picklesimer, was a native of Paintsville and a resident of Irvin, Ohio, at the time of his death. He died November 2, 1970 in a Marysville, Ohio hospital, and was buried in the Milford Center, Ohio, cemetery. He was survived by his wife of nearly 40 years, Fanny Hitchcock Picklesimer, 6 sons, Bobbie, Otis, Woodland, and Charles Picklesimer (all of Milford Center, Ohio), Phillip Picklesimer (Woodstock, Ohio), and Karl Picklesimer (Irvin, Ohio); 4 daughters, Mrs. Alvis (Phyllis) Roberts and Mrs. Audrey (Francis) Combs (both of Milford Center), Mrs. Lowell (Marion) Williams (Midway, Ohio), and Mrs. Robert (Nina) Fairchild (of Irvin); 1 brother, Douglas Picklesimer (Ohio); 3 sisters, Mrs. John Flannery (Lebanon, Ohio), Mrs. Ben Stambaugh (Tampa, Florida), and Mrs. Ray Crabtree (Springfield, Ohio), and 25 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.) Fannie Hitchcock was the daughter of Caleb Hitchcock and Abigail Brown.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Charles Picklesimer was born September 27, 1903, and died in November of 1970. He received his Social Security card in 1951-1952 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Charles W. Picklesimer was born about 1903, and died November 2, 1970 in Memorial Hospital of Union County at the age of 67. He was married and living in Union County at the time of his death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Fanny Picklesimer was born July 23, 1911, and died October 15, 1987. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Irwin, Union County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Fanny Picklesimer was born about 1911 in Kentucky, and died October 17, 1976 in Memorial Hospital of Union County at the age of 76. She was widowed and living in Union County at the time of her death.

On page 3 of the 1930 census for District 58-10 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 3, 1930), Charles Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #29, he's a public school teacher, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 26, and he's 26 years old. Also listed is Fanny (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 18). They are living next to Charles' parents.

On page 23 of the 1940 census for District 58-11 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 26, 1940), Charles Wayne Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #177, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he was living in rural Johnson County in 1935, he has 2 years of college, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Fannie (wife, born in Kentucky, 2 years of high school, age 28), Bobby Gene (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), Randil Ottis (son, born in Kentucky, age 7), Willard Odell (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), Phillis Jeanene (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Charles Alden (son, born in Kentucky, age 2).

    The children of CHARLES PICKLESIMER and FANNY HITCHCOCK are:

    1. BOBBY GENE PICKLESIMER, b. 1930, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. TOODIE (unknown last name).
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Bobby G. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcock.
    2. RANDELL OTIS PICKLESIMER, b. 1932, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Ottis R. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcock.
    3. WILLARD ODELL PICKLESIMER, b. November 12, 1934, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. February 13, 2004, buried in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio, m. GEORGIA M. FAIRCHILD, daughter of LONNIE FAIRCHILD and OCTAVIA "TAVIE" FAIRCHILD.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Willard O. Picklesimer was born November 12, 1934 in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcocks.
      According to his obituary, Willard O. Picklesimer (age 69), son of the late Charles W. and Fanny Hitchcock Picklesimer, was a veteran of the Korean Conflict, and was retired from Nestle's Company in Marysville, Ohio. He was born November 12, 1934 in Flat Gap, Kentucky, died February 13, 2004, at home, and was buried in Union Township Cemetery in Milford Center, Ohio. He was survived by his wife, Georgia M. Fairchild Picklesimer; 2 sons, Jimmy D. Picklesimer (of Marysville, Ohio) and Larry J. (Jackie) Picklesimer; 2 daughters, Kathy L. (Dwayne) Walk (Unionville Center) and Brenda K. Picklesimer-Farabee (Milford Center); 3 brothers, Bobby G. (Toodie) Picklesimer (Milford Center), Charles A. (Pat) Picklesimer (West Palm Beach, Florida), and Karl W. (Margaret) Picklesimer (Marysville); 4 sisters, Phyllis J. Roberts (of Irwin), Mary E. (Steve) White (Springfield), Frances A. (Audney) Combs (North Lewisburg), and Nina M. (Robert) Fairchild (Milford Center); 1 sister-in-law, Virgie Picklesimer (Woodstock); and 5 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    4. PHYLLIS JEANENE PICKLESIMER, b. 1936, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. ALVIS LEE ROBERTS, son of BESSIE SELVAGE and KENNIS FAIRCHILD.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Phyllis J. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcock.
    5. CHARLES ALDEN PICKLESIMER, b. 1938, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. PAT (unknown last name).
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Charles A. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcock.
    6. MARY E. PICKLESIMER, b. Johnson County, Kentucky, m. STEVE WHITE.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Mary E. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fannie Hitchcock.
    7. PHILLIP PICKLESIMER, b. March 10, 1943, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. January 20, 2004, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, buried in Milford Center, Union County, Ohio, m. VIRGIE L. VANHOOSE. Notes: According to his obituary, Phillip M. Picklesimer (age 60), son of the late Charles W. and Fanny Hitchcock Picklesimer, was retired from Picklesimer Trucking Company and a resident of Woodstock, Ohio, at the time of his death. He was born March 10, 1943 in Johnson County, died January 20, 2004 in Riverside Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and was buried in Union Township Cemetery in Milford Center, Ohio. He was survived by his wife, Virgie L. VanHoose Picklesimer; 1 son, Phillip Brian Picklesimer of Reynoldsburg, Ohio); 1 daughter, Terry Long (Woodstock); 4 brothers, Bobby G. Picklesimer (Milford Center), Willard Odell Picklesimer (Milford Center), Charles A. Picklesimer (West Palm Beach, Florida), and Karl W. Picklesimer (Marysville); 4 sisters, Phyllis J. Roberts (Irwin, Ohio), Mary E. White (Springfield, Ohio), Frances A. Combs (North Lewisburg, Ohio), and Nina M. Fairchild (Milford Center); 3 grandchildren; and 2 step-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    8. FRANCIS A. PICKLESIMER, b. Johnson County, Kentucky, m. AUDNEY COMBS.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Francis A. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fanny Hitchcock.
    9. NINA MARLENE PICKLESIMER, b. Johnson County, Kentucky, m. ROBERT L. FAIRCHILD, son of BESSIE SELVAGE and KENNIS FAIRCHILD.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Marlene Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Fannie Hitchcock.
    10. KARL W. PICKLESIMER, m. MARGARET (unknown last name).
    11. MARION PICKLESIMER, m. LOWELL WILLIAMS.







PRESLEY CONLEY, son of WILLIAM LEWIS "LEWIS" CONLEY and NAOMI "OMA" FRIEND, was born in 1903 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died September 14, 1959 in Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Bellefonte Memorial Gardens in Flatwoods, Greenup County, Kentucky. He married CARRIE M. GREER, daughter of HENRY WILLETT GREER and FLORENCE HENRY, about 1925. She was born in 1909 in Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Harold W. Greer was born October 13, 1911 in Boyd County to Florence Henry, Katherine Greer was born July 4, 1916 in Boyd County to Florence Henry, and William A. Greer was born April 6, 1919 in Boyd County to Florence Henry.

A photo of his headstone shows that Presley Conley lived from 1903 to 1959.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Prsley Conley [sic] died September 14, 1959 in Boyd County at the age of 56. He was living in Boyd County at the time of his death.

On page 4 of the 1910 census for District 19 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 16, 1910), Henry H. Greer is listed as the head of the household for house #23, he's a house carpenter, born in Kentucky, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 5 years, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are Florence (wife, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 24), Paul E. (son, born in Kentucky, age 4), and Carrie M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9 months).

On pages 7 & 8 of the 1920 census for District 19 (Fairview) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated January 8, 1920), Willett H. Greer is listed as the head of the household for house #70, he's a house carpenter, born in Kentucky, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Kentucky, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Florence (wife, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Kentucky, age 33), Paul E. (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Carrie M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Harold W. (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Gladys (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), Katherine (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3 years 5 months), and William A. (son, born in Kentucky, age 8 months [hard to read]).

On page 3 of the 1930 census for District 10-19 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 3, 1930), Presly Conly is listed as the head of the household for house #89, he's the operator of a bus line, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 22, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are Carry (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 17, age 22), and James Conley (nephew, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 19 of the 1940 census for District 10-36 (Fairview-Westwood-Millseat) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 12, 1940), Presley Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #156, he's a rigger in the steel works industry, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are Carrie M. (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 30), and James (son, born in Kentucky, age 15).







EDWIN F. CONLEY, son of WILLIAM LEWIS "LEWIS" CONLEY and NAOMI "OMA" FRIEND, was born October 12, 1907 in Kentucky, died July 20, 1979 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Ashland Cemetery in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky. He married OPAL PROSE, daughter of VIRGIL PROSE and IDA SANSOM, about 1928. She was born April 20, 1907 in Kentucky, died February 1, 1997 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Ashland Cemetery in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky. Opal Prose married (2) (unknown first name) COLLIER.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Murl Prose was born December 17, 1912 in Boyd County to Ida Sampson, and Garnet M. Prose was born March 22, 1916 in Boyd County to Ida Sanson.

A photo of her headstone in Ashland Cemetery shows that Ida Sansom Prose lived from 1883 to 1960.

A photo of their headstone shows that Edwin F. Conley lived from October 12, 1907 to July 20, 1979, and that Opal Prose Conley Collier lived fram April 20, 1907 to February 1, 1997.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Edwin Conley was born October 12, 1907, and died in July of 1979. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Edwin Conley died July 20, 1979 in Boyd County at the age of 71. He was living in Boyd County at the time of his death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Opal P. Collier was born April 20, 1907, and died February 1, 1997. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Opal P. Collier died February 1, 1997 in Ashland at the age of 89. She was living in Boyd County at the time of her death.

On page 18 of the 1910 census for District 96 (Magisterial District No. 2) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated April 28, 1910), Virgil Prose [hard to read] is listed as the head of the household for house #110, he's in the grocery business, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 6 years, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 3 children and 2 are still living, age 26), Pearl (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), Opal (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Tinnie Davis (servant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 13).

On page 18 of the 1920 census for District 27 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated January 6, 1920), Virgil Prose is listed as the head of the household for house #195, he's a traveling salesman, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 40 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 36), Pearl (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Opal (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Myrle (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), and Garnet (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3).

On page 27 of the 1930 census for District 10-28 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 8, 1930), Edwin F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #288, he's the owner of a bus line, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 20, and he's 22 years old. Also listed are Opal (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 20, age 22), and Delores M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6 months).

On pages 9 & 10 of the 1940 census for District 10-28 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 4, 1940), Edwin Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #119, he's a bus driver for a bus line, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 32 years old. Also listed are Opal P. (wife, born in Kentucky, 1 year of college, age 32), Deloris (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Edwin (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Opal M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), and Barsha (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3).

    The children of EDWIN CONLEY and OPAL PROSE are:

    1. DELORES M. CONLEY, b. 1929, Boyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Dolores M. Conley was born in Boyd County to Opal Prase.
    2. EDWIN F. CONLEY, b. November 3, 1931, Boyd County, Kentucky, d. November 26, 2011, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, m. TEDDY STANLEY.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Edwin F. Conley was born November 3, 1931 in Boyd County to Opal Prose.
      According to his obituary found on findagrave.com, Edwin Conley (age 80) owned and managed rental properties in the Ashland area, and was a veteran of the Kentucky National Guard. He died November 26, 2011 in Community Hospice Care Center in Ashland, and was buried in Ashland Cemetery. He was survived by his wife, Teddy Stanley Conley.
    3. OPAL M. CONLEY, b. 1933, Boyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Opal M. Conley was born in Boyd County to Opal Prase.
    4. BARSHA P. CONLEY, b. 1936, Boyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Barsha P. Conley was born in Boyd County to Opal Prose.
    5. SANDRA P. CONLEY, b. Boyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Sandra P. Conley was born in Boyd County to Opal Prose.







MARY HOPE "HOPE" CONLEY, daughter of WILLIAM LEWIS "LEWIS" CONLEY and NAOMI "OMA" FRIEND, was born July 12, 1910 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and died October 22, 1996. She married LESLIE SMITH, son of LARKIN SMITH JR. and PARTHENA HATFIELD, about 1927. He was born about 1909 in Gilbert, Mingo County, West Virginia, and died August 28, 1970 in Ironton, Lawrence County, Ohio.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Parthena Smith's maiden name was reportedly Parthena Hatfield.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Mary H. Smith was born July 12, 1910, and died October 22, 1996. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Pedro, Lawrence County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Mary Hope Conley Smith was born July 12, 1910, and died October 22, 1996 in an out-of-state hospital at the age of 86. Her father's surname is listed as Conley, and she was widowed at the time of her death.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Leslie G. Smith was born about 1910, and died August 28, 1970 in River Valley Health Systems in Ironton, Lawrence County at the age of 60. He was married and living in Lawrence County at the time of his death.

On page 2 of the 1910 census for District 153 (Gilbert) in Mingo County, West Virginia (undated), Larkin Smith Jr. is listed as the head of the household for house #31, he's a farmer, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, 2nd marriage, married for 9 years, and he's 42 years old. Also listed are Parthena (wife, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, 1st marriage, married for 9 years, she's given birth to 4 children and all are still living, age 25), Lula (daughter, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 20), Eli (son, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 17), Lenora (daughter, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 8), Birdie (daughter, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 4), Unice (daughter, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 2), and Leslie (daughter, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 4 months). Parthena's parents, Farrell and Matilda Hatfield, are in house #34.

On page 14 of the 1920 census for District 114 (Stafford) in Mingo County, West Virginia (dated January 14, 1920), Lark Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #132, he's a farmer, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, and he's 53 years old. Also listed are Parthena (wife, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 35), Lenore (daughter, born in West Virginia, age 18), Eunice (daughter, born in West Virginia, age 16), Brida (daughter, born in West Virginia, age 15), Leslie (son, born in West Virginia, age 11), Hurst (son, born in West Virginia, age 9), Ireland (son, born in West Virginia, age 5), Verna (daughter, born in West Virginia, age 3 years 1 month), and Eva M. Eblin (school teacher, single, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 20).

On page 14 of the 1930 census for District 30-20 (Gilbert) in Mingo County, West Virginia (dated April 12, 1930), Josie Spratt is listed as the head of the household for house #115, she's single, not working, born in West Virginia, father born in Virginia, mother born in West Virginia, and she's 49 years old. Also listed are Bert Spratt (nephew, laborer for the railroad, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, age 17), Joe Dempsey (boarder, single, laborer doing odd jobs, born in West Virginia, parents born in the United States, age 62), Leslie Smith (boarder, married, laborer for state roads, born in West Virginia, parents born in West Virginia, first married at 17, age 20), Hope Smith (boarder, married, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 16, age 19), and Billy J. (boarder, female, born in Kentucky, father born in West Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, age 10 months).

On page 46 of the 1940 census for District 10-24 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 17, 1940), Lesley Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #330, he's a millwright in a steel mill, born in West Virginia, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 7th grade education, and he's 29 years old. Also listed are Hope (wife, born in Kentucky, 3 years of high school, age 29), Billy J. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Carl L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), Nancy C. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Iris L. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), Ronald Sammons (brother-in-law, married, mechanic in an automobile garage, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, 4 years of high school, age 30), Faith Sammons (sister-in-law, married, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 3 years of high school, age 26), and Naoma Conley (mother-in-law, separated, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 4th grade education, age 65).

    The children of HOPE CONLEY and LESLIE SMITH are:

    1. BILLIE JO SMITH, b. 1929, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Billie Jo Smith was born in Johnson County to Mary H. Conley.
    2. CARL L. SMITH, b. 1931, Kentucky.
    3. NANCY C. SMITH, b. 1932, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Nancy C. Smith was born in Lawrence County to Hope Conley.
    4. IRIS L. SMITH, b. 1935, Kentucky.
    5. BETTY G. SMITH, b. October 14, 1938, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, d. August 21, 1939, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Gilbert, Mingo County, West Virginia.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Bellie G. Smith was born October 14, 1938 in Boyd County to Hope Conley.
      According to her death certificate, Betty G. Smith died August 21, 1939 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, from acute gastroenteritis. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Ashland, her birth date as October 14, 1938, her parents as Leslie Smith (b. Gilbert, West Virginia) and Mary Hope Conley (b. Paintsville, Kentucky), the informant as Leslie Smith of Ashland, and the burial place as Gilbert, West Virginia.
    6. GINGER ANN SMITH, b. February 23, 1943, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, d. May 3, 1943, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Gilbert, Mingo County, West Virginia.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Ginger A. Smith was born February 23, 1943 in Boyd County to Hope Conley.
      According to her death certificate, Ginger Ann Smith died May 3, 1943 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, from the effects of being born prematurely. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Ashland, her birth date as February 23, 1943, her parents as Leslie Smith (b. West Virginia) and Mary H. Conley (b. Johnson County), the informant as Leslie Smith, and the burial place as the family cemetery in Gilbert, West Virginia.
    7. DARLENE SMITH, b. Boyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Darline Smith was born in Boyd County to Hope Conley.







CATHERINE L. "KATE" CONLEY, daughter of FRANCIS MARION CONLEY and LOUISE ELIZABETH RICE, was born September 2, 1876 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, and died June 17, 1909. She married SAMUEL JOHN TILDEN "TILDEN" HOWARD, son of REUBEN HOWARD and SARAH "SALLY" RICHARDSON. He was born September 5, 1875 in Floyd County, Kentucky, died April 23, 1947 in East Point, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Little Paint, Floyd County, Kentucky. Tilden Howard married (2) ADDIE HOLBROOK about 1913. She was born about 1893, and died June 21, 1986 in Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 304 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

According to Kentucky birth records, Kate Conly was born September 2, 1876 in Johnson County to Francis M. Conly (b. Floyd County) and Louisa E. Rice (b. Johnson County).

According to Kentucky birth records, there was an unnamed male child born September 5, 1875 in Floyd County to Reuben Howard (b. Magoffin County) and Sarah Richardson (b. Floyd County).

According to his death certificate, Samuel Tilden Howard died suddenly from heart failure on April 23, 1947 in East Point, Floyd County, Kentucky. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Kentucky, his birth date as September 10, his age as 50, his marital status as married, his wife as Addie, his occupation as farmer, his parents as Reuben Howard (b. Kentucky) and Sally Richardson (b. Brainard, Kentucky), the informant as Joe Singer of East Point, and that burial place as Little Paint.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Samuel T. Howard died April 23, 1947 in Floyd County at the age of 72. He was living in Floyd County at the time of his death.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Addie H. Howard died June 21, 1986 in Floyd County at the age of 93. She was living in Floyd County at the time of her death.

On page 13 of the 1880 census for District 37 (Prestonsburg - Abbott And Hager Shoal) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 10, 1880), Sarah Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #133, she's keeping house, born in Kentucky, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Kentucky, and she's 35 years old. Also listed are Emasell (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 7), Dora B. (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 5), Tilden (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 4), and Cora L. (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 21 of the 1900 census for District 37 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 13, 1900), Tilden Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #169, he's a farmer, born in September of 1875 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 4 years, and he's 24 years old. Also listed are Kate (wife, born in September of 1876 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 4 years, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 23), Willie (son, born in December of 1897 in Kentucky, age 2), and Fannie (daughter, born in June of 1899 in Kentucky, age 11 months).

On page 3 of the 1910 census for District 62 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1910), Tilden J. Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #18, he's a farmer, widowed, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 34 years old. Also listed are Willie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Fannie L. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Ruben L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Gladys (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), Arthur C. (son, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 10 months), and Sallie Wilson (mother, widowed, born in Kentucky, father born in North Carolina, mother born in Kentucky, age 67).

On page 13 of the 1920 census for District 15 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated January 12 & 13, 1920), J. T. Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #105, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 44 years old. Also listed are Addie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 27), Willia (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 22), Reuben (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Gladys (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), and Artur (son, born in Kentucky, age 11).

On pages 35 & 36 of the 1930 census for District 36-28 (Magisterial District No. 8) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated April 29, 1930), John Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #332, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 21, and he's 54 years old. Also listed are Attie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 21, age 38), Willia L. (daughter, single, public school teacher, born in Kentucky, age 21), and Arthur C. (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 21).

On page 47 of the 1940 census for District 36-4 in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated May 31, 1940), J. Tilden Howard is listed as the head of the household for house #417, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has a 7th grade education, and he's 64 years old. Also listed are Addie (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 47), Willia (daughter, single, high school teacher, 4 years of college, age 42), Arthur (son, married, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, 1 year of high school, age 32), Alta (daughter-in-law, married, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 30), Reuben (grandson, born in Kentucky, age 10), and Harold J. (grandson, born in Kentucky, age 8).

    The children of KATE CONLEY and TILDEN HOWARD are:

    1. WILLIE L. HOWARD, b. December 1897, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) STONE.
    2. FANNIE L. HOWARD, b. June 28, 1899, Kentucky, d. July 24, 1987, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. HARRY T. HILL.
    3. HAZEL HOWARD.
    4. REUBEN L. HOWARD, b. July 10, 1901, Floyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: Reuben Howard reportedly did not marry.
      According to Kentucky birth records, Reuben Howard was born July 10, 1901 in Floyd County to Tilden Howard (b. Floyd County) and Catharina Conley (b. Johnson County).
    5. GLADYS HOWARD, b. March 2, 1904, Floyd County, Kentucky, d. March 14, 1982, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. RAY L. SALYER.
    6. MANUEL HOWARD.
    7. ARTHUR C. HOWARD, b. May 19, 1908, Floyd County, Kentucky, d. September 9, 1979, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in East Point, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. ALTA MAE MUSIC, daughter of HATTIE C. STONE and WILLIAM LEWIS MUSIC.
      Notes: According to his obituary, Arthur C. Howard (age 71), son of Samuel J. Tilden Howard and Kate L. Conley Howard, had been a mail carrier for 38 years, and was a resident of East Point, Kentucky, at the time of his death. He was born May 19, 1908 in Floyd County, died September 9, 1979 in Highland Regional Medical Center, and was buried in Combs and Howard Cemetery in East Point. He was survived by his wife, Alta Mae Music Howard; his step-mother, Addie Howard; 2 sons, Reuben Clay Howard (of East Point) and Harold J. Howard (East Point); 3 sisters, Mrs. Willa Stone (Ashland), Mrs. Fannie Hill (West Prestonsburg), and Mrs. Gladys Salyers (Hager Hill); 3 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild.







SAMANTHA JANE "JANE" MAY, daughter of LYDIA MAHALA CONLEY and HARVEY TRIMBLE MAY, was born June 26, 1864 in Floyd County, Kentucky, died April 16, 1933 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Abbott, Floyd County, Kentucky. She married JAMES K. POLK HILL, son of EDWARD P. HILL and IRANA WIREMAN, August 18, 1880. He was born December 1, 1845 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and died August 29, 1906.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 365 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society. In that book it says that Samantha Jane May was born June 26, 1864, died April 14, 1933, and married James K. Polk Hill, son of Raney and Virgie Hill, August 18, 1880. He was born December 1, 1845, and died August 29, 1906.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Edward P. Hill married Irany Wireman on May 28, 1843 in Floyd County.

According to Kentucky birth records, Lucy Hill was born July 4, 1852 in Floyd County to Edward P. Hill and Irana Wireman.

According to her death certificate, Samantha Jane May Hill died April 16, 1933 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, froma diabetis. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Floyd County, her birth date as January 26, 1864, her marital status as widowed, her parents as Trimble May (b. Kentucky) and Lidia Conley (b. Kentucky), the informant as Harry Hill of Prestonsburg, and the burial place as Abbott, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Samantha J. Hill died April 16, 1933 in Floyd County at the age of 68.

On page 132 of the 1850 census for My District in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated September 16, 1850), Edward P. Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #837, he's the sheriff, born in Kentucky, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are James [?] (female, born in Kentucky, age 26), Victoria (born in Kentucky, age 6), James P. (born in Kentucky, age 4), and Melisa (born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 13 of the 1860 census for Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 27, 1860), Irena Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #87, she's a farmer, born in Kentucky, and she's 33 years old. Also listed are Victoria (born in Kentucky, age 14), James K. P. (born in Kentucky, age 13), Malica (born in Kentucky, age 9), and Lucy (born in Kentucky, age 7).

On page 7 of the 1870 census for Precinct 8 in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 25, 1870), Irana Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #47, she's a farmer, born in Kentucky, and she's 43 years old. Also listed are Victory (not working, born in Kentucky, age 24), James K. (not working, born in Kentucky, age 22), and Malisa (born in Kentucky, age 19).

On page 19 of the 1880 census for District 37 (Prestonsburg - Abbott And Hager Shoal) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 14, 1880), Irana Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #174, she's keeping house, widowed, born in Kentucky, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Kentucky, and she's 56 years old. Also listed are James K. Polk (son, single, farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 31), Malisa (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 29), and Lucy A. (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 24).

On pages 9 & 10 of the 1900 census for District 37 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated June 6, 1900), James P. Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #75, he's a farmer, born in December of 1847 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 19 years, and he's 52 years old. Also listed are Jane (wife, born in June of 1864 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 19 years, she's given birth to 5 children and all are still living, age 35), Edward (son, born in April of 1883 in Kentucky, age 17), Myrtie (daughter, born in June of 1884 in Kentucky, age 15), James P. (son, born in August of 1887 in Kentucky, age 12), Thomas S. (son, born in March of 1889 in Kentucky, age 11), and Harry (son, born in February of 1896 in Kentucky, age 4). They are living next to James' mother and sister, Malissa.

On page 6 of the 1910 census for District 62 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated April 21, 1910), Jane Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #33, she's a farmer, widowed, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, she's given birth to 5 children and all are still living, and she's 44 years old. Also listed are Tom (son, single, laborer doing odd jobs, born in Kentucky, age 21), and Harry T. (son, born in Kentucky, age 14).

    The children of JANE MAY and JAMES HILL are:

    1. EDWARD PREBBLE HILL, b. April 2, 1883, Floyd County, Kentucky, d. December 4, 1971, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. (1) ADDA LOUELLEN DAVIS, m. (2) OLLIE P. CONLEY.
    2. MYRTLE ELIZABETH HILL, b. June 14, 1884, Kentucky, d. February 8, 1976, buried in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma, m. (1) JAMES TRIMBLE DOTSON, m. (2) TOM L. MOORE.
    3. JAMES K. POLK HILL JR., b. August 21, 1887, Kentucky, d. June 15, 1974, Fayette County, Kentucky, buried in Bonanza, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. (1) NANCY J. "NANNIE" MUSIC, m. (2) JOSIE STANLEY.
    4. THOMAS SHERMAN MAY HILL, b. March 31, 1889, Bonanza, Floyd County, Kentucky, d. January 6, 1942, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Cliff, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. OLLIE P. CONLEY.
    5. HARRY T. HILL, b. February 4, 1896, Bonanza, Floyd County, Kentucky, d. February 6, 1987, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. FANNIE L. HOWARD.







FANNIE L. HOWARD, daughter of CATHERINE L. "KATE" CONLEY and SAMUEL JOHN TILDEN "TILDEN" HOWARD, was born June 28, 1899 in Kentucky, and died July 24, 1987 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky. She married HARRY T. HILL, son of SAMANTHA JANE "JANE" MAY and JAMES K. POLK HILL, February 17, 1917. He was born February 4, 1896 in Bonanza, Floyd County, Kentucky, and died February 6, 1987 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on pages 305 & 365 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

When Harry Hill's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Floyd County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a farmer and teacher, working for the Board of Education, that he had a dependent mother and wife, and that he was born February 4, 1896 in Bonanza, Kentucky. He was found to be tall and slender, and he had brown eyes and light-colored hair.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Fannie Hill was born June 28, 1899, and died in July of 1987. She received her Social Security card in 1973 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Fannie L. Hill died July 24, 1987 in Floyd County at the age of 88. She was living in Floyd County at the time of her death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Harry Hill was born February 4, 1896, and died in February of 1987. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Harry T. Hill died February 6, 1987 in Floyd County at the age of 91. He was living in Floyd County at the time of his death.

On pages 6 & 7 of the 1920 census for District 15 (Abbott) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated January 7 & 9, 1930), Harry Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #65, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 24 years old. Also listed are Fannie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 21), Hazilrine (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2), and Chester (son, born in Kentucky, age 4 months). They are living next to Harry's family.

On page 21 of the 1930 census for District 36-28 (Magisterial District No. 8) in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated April 23, 1930), Harry Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #185, he's a life insurance agent, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 21, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are Fannie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 17, age 30), Hazel (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Chester (son, born in Kentucky, age 10), Howard (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Billie (son, born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 3 of the 1940 census for District 36-4 in Floyd County, Kentucky (dated April 5, 1940), Harry T. Hill is listed as the head of the household for house #20, he's a field worker for the Department of Welfare, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 44 years old. Also listed are Fannie (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 40), Hazel (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 22), Chester (son, born in Kentucky, 1 year of college, age 20), Howard (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), and Billy (son, born in Kentucky, age 10).

    The children of FANNIE HOWARD and HARRY HILL are:

    1. HAZEL IRENE HILL, b. January 5, 1918, Floyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Hazel I. Hill was born January 5, 1918 in Floyd County to Fannie Howard.
    2. CHESTER HILL, b. September 4, 1919, Floyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Chester Hill was born September 4, 1919 in Floyd County to Fannie Howard.
    3. JOHN HOWARD HILL, b. 1921, Floyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, John Howard Hill was born in Floyd County to Fannie Howard.
    4. BILLY F. HILL, b. 1929, Floyd County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Billy F. Hill was born in Floyd County to Fanny Howard.







MARY JANE RICE, daughter of ALEXANDER L. RICE and LUCY ANN BARNETT, was born September 14, 1861 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died February 23, 1930 in Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky, and is buried in Waring Cemetery in Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky. She married PATRICK GREEN RICE, son of HARRISON RICE and SARAH ANN ROWLAND, September 5, 1879 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born August 16, 1857 in Jennies Creek, Floyd County, Kentucky, died July 2, 1942 in Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky, and is buried in Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 315 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can also be found on pages 450, 455, and 474 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says that Martin R. Rice was born February 16, 1810, died either January 29 or February 14, 1897, and married Malinda Davis, daughter of James Davis, April 21, 1831. She died in 1847. Their children were Harrison, Elizabeth, John R., Samuel J., Wiley, Nancy Jane, and Catherine. Martin Rice married Mary Hannah, daughter of John S. Hannah, in December of 1848. Their children were Lydia M., Andrew J., Harvey Burns, Elliot M., Cynthia E., Sarah Ann, George B., Smith, and Sherman. It also says:

     "Martin R. Rice was born either in southwestern Virginia or eastern Tennessee, near Cumberland Gap. He came with his parents to Kentucky and settled on a farm March 16, 1815, on the head of Jennie's Creek in what is now Johnson County. It was there that Martin R. Rice came to be a large landowner and prominent citizen in that section of the county. His name is prominently mentioned in many of the older records of the county.
     "The Floyd County tax list for 1837 shows that he had 183 acres of land, 4 horses, and 75 head of cattle on Jennie's Creek.
     "Smith Rice married a daughter of Ham Price. He was a merchant of Paintsville."

On page 455 it says that Harrison Rice was born March 6, 1832, died January 14, 1922, married Sallie Rollin, and that their children were Armstrong, Martin N., Patrick G., Mary Elizabeth, Linda Alice, and Julia. It also says:

     "Harrison Rice married second to Lemaster, third ?. He lived on the Middle Fork of Jennie's Creek in Johnson County."

Then on page 474 it says that Patrick G. Rice married Mary Rice, daughter of Alex Rice, and that their children were Deshia [sic], Cora, Sarah, Ross, Don (married a girl from Russell, Kentucky), Elmer (married a girl from Portsmouth, Ohio), and Clay. They lived in Garrison, Kentucky.

Mary Jane Rice's sister, Nancy, married Patrick Rice's brother, Armstrong. Patrick Green Rice was also the brother of Martin N. Rice and Julia Frances Rice.

Harrison Rice was the brother of Wiley Rice and Catharine Rice, and the half-brother of Andrew Jackson Rice and Sherman Rice.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Harrison Rice (single, b. Floyd County, age 22) married Sarah Ann Rowland (single, b. "PRK," age 23) on January 17, 1855 in Johnson County.

According to Kentucky birth records, Mary J. Rice was born September 14, 1861 in Johnson County to Alexander Rice (b. Floyd County) and Lucy A. Barnett (b. Floyd County).

According to Kentucky birth records, Patrick Rice was born August 16, 1857 in Jennies Creek, Floyd County to Harison Rice and Sarah Roland.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Patrick G. Rice (age 22) married Mary J. Rice (age 17) on September 5, 1879 in Johnson County.

According to her death certificate, Mary J. Rice died February 23, 1930 in Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky, from diabetis mellitus. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Kentucky, her birth date as November 14, 1861, her marital status as married, her husband as Patrick G. Rice, her parents as A. L. Rice (b. Kentucky) and Lucy Barnett (b. Kentucky), the informant as P. G. Rice of Garrison, and the burial place as Waring Cemetery.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Mary J. Rice died February 23, 1930 in Lewis County at the age of 68.

According to his death certificate, Patric [sic] Green Rice died July 2, 1942 in King's Daughters Hospital in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, from bronchial pneumonia and prostatic hypertrophy. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Kentucky, his birth date as August 16, 1857, his marital status as married, his wife as Nillie F. Rice, his residence as Garrison, Lewis County, his occupation as retired farmer, his parents as Harrison Rice (b. Kentucky) and Sallie Rolland (b. Kentucky), the informant as Nillie F. Rice of Garrison, and the burial place as Garrison.

According to his obituary, found on obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website:

     "Patrick G. Rice, of Garrison, Lewis County, died July 3 after a lingering illness. He was at the King's Daughters' Hospital in Ashland when death came. Mr. Rice was a native of the Denver section of Johnson County but moved to Garrison 37 years ago. He owned a farm on Middle Fork, now owned and occupied by his son-in-law, A. M. Salyer. His first wife and mother of his surviving sons was also a Rice, being the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alec Rice. Had he lived another month he would have reached his 85th birthday. Surviving are his widow and the following sons: Don of Raceland, Ky.; Elmer of Portsmouth, Ohio; Ross, of Garrison, and Clay, of Covington."

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Patric [sic] G. Rice died July 2, 1942 in Boyd County at the age of 86. He was living in Lewis County at the time of his death.

On page 20 of the 1860 census for Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 8, 1860), Harrison Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #128, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, and he's 28 years old. Also listed are Sarahan (born in Kentucky, age 28), Martin (born in Kentucky, age 4), Patrick (born in Kentucky, age 1), and Mary E. (born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 14 of the 1870 census for Paintsville in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 22, 1870), Harrison Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #95, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Sarah A. (born in Kentucky, age 39), Martin N. (born in Kentucky, age 15), Patrick (born in Kentucky, age 13), Mary E. (born in Kentucky, age 11), Armstrong (born in Kentucky, age 9), Malinda A. (born in Kentucky, age 7), Julia F. (born in Kentucky, age 4), and Edith Catherine (born in November of 1869 in Kentucky, age 6 months).

On page 22 of the 1880 census for District 43 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 17, 1880), Patrick G. Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #296, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Indiana, and he's 22 years old. Also listed is Mary J. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 18).

On page 25 of the 1900 census for District 40 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 12, 1900), Patrick Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #211, he's a farmer, born in August of 1857 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 20 years, and he's 42 years old. Also listed are Mary J. (wife, born in November of 1861 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 20 years, she's given birth to 8 children and 7 are still living, age 38), Cora B. (daughter, born in October of 1881 in Kentucky, age 18), Roscoe (son, born in February of 1885 in Kentucky, age 15), Sarah A. (daughter, born in December of 1887 in Kentucky, age 12), Don (son, born in November of 1893 in Kentucky, age 6), Elmer (son, born in March of 1895 in Kentucky, age 5), Clay (son, born in November of 1898 in Kentucky, age 1), and John W. Colvin (boarder, single, day laborer, born in October of 1879 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 20). Patrick's father is in house #208 (along with daughter Doshia}, and Mary's parents are in house #210.

On page 31 of the 1910 census for District 114 (Quincy) in Lewis County, Kentucky (dated June 6, 1910), Pateric G. Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #203, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Indiana, 1st marriage, married for 32 years, and he's 52 years old. Also listed are Mary J. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 8 children and 6 are still living, age 48), Don (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), Elmer (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Clay (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Lizzie Blair (niece, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 13), and Harrison Rice (father, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, age 87).

On page 18 of the 1920 census for District 152 (Kinney) in Lewis County, Kentucky (dated January 22, 1920), Patrick G. Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #162, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Indiana, and he's 62 years old. Also listed is Mary J. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 58).

On page 14 of the 1930 census for District 68-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Lewis County, Kentucky (dated April 10, 1930), Clay C. Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #134, he's a helper with signal maintenance, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 23, and he's 31 years old. Also listed are Hester (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in Iowa, mother born in Kentucky, first married at 23, age 32), and Patrick G. (father, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 72.

On page 14 of the 1940 census for District 68-8 in Lewis County, Kentucky (dated April 10, 1940), Patrick G. Rice is listed as the head of the household for house #119, he's not working, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has a 5th grade education, and he's 72 years old. Also listed is Mary E. (wife, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 5th grade education, age 43). Son Ross is in house #117.

    The children of MARY RICE and PATRICK RICE are:

    1. DOSHIA L. RICE, b. September 14, 1880, Kentucky, d. May 4, 1904, buried in Jennie's Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. WINFIELD F. RIVERS.
    2. CORA BELLE RICE, b. October 11, 1881, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. July 26, 1941, West Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. ADDISON M. SALYER.
    3. ROSCOE "ROSS" RICE, b. February 13, 1885, Kentucky, m. FLOSSIE WALTERS.
    4. SARAH A. RICE, b. December 1, 1888, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. September 8, 1938, Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (1) WILLIAM DOLPHUS R. WATKINS, m. (2) OSCAR BLAIR.
    5. DONALD CARLOS RICE, b. November 28, 1893, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. June 1, 1976, Brevard County, Florida, m. CORA VANCE.
    6. ELMER J. RICE, b. March 2, 1896, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. February 23, 1970, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio, m. ZOLA (unknown last name).
    7. CLAY CLARK RICE, b. November 14, 1898, Kentucky, d. November 13, 1977, Osceola County, Florida, m. HESTER (unknown last name).







CORA BELLE RICE, daughter of MARY JANE RICE and PATRICK GREEN RICE, was born October 11, 1881 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died July 26, 1941 in West Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married ADDISON M. SALYER, son of MAHALA CAUDILL and THOMAS SALYER, October 24, 1901 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born November 20, 1874 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died March 13, 1956 in Collista, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 315 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can also be found on pages 500 & 517 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says that that Cora Rice was born October 11, 1881 in Barnetts Creek and married Add Salyer on October 24, 1901. He was born November 20, 1874. Their children were Ray Salyer (b. September 3, 1902, m. Gladys Howard), Roy Salyer (b. March 8, 1904, m. Ora Lee Dingus), Reba Salyer (b. August 21, 1905), Thomas (b. November 30, 1906), Grady (b. March 10, 1908), Patrick A. (b. June 29, 1911), J. Cecil (b. July 13, 1914), Ruth (b. January 3, 1916), Bethel (b. August 25, 1917), Addison (b. December 25, 1918), Pauline (b. October 1, 1920), and Billy Burton (b. February 4, 1923). It also says "Mr. and Mrs. Salyer live near the lower schoolhouse on the Middle Fork of Jennie's Creek. Mr. Salyer is a prosperous farmer and is the owner of a fine farm. He has more than merely interest in this property for he is also interested in other financial enterprises. He has made a comfortable living, and is an asset to his county."

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Addie Salyer (b. Johnson County, parents b. Johnson County, age 26) married Cora Rice (b. Johnson County, parents b. Johnson County, age 20) on October 24, 1901 in Johnson County.

According to Kentucky birth records, Oda Salyer was born in October of 1874 to Thomas Salyer (b. Johnson County) and Mala Caudill (b. Johnson County).

When A. M. Salyer's World War I draft registration card was filled out on September 12, 1918 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a self-employed farmer in Denver, Johnson County, that his closest relative was Cora B. Salyer of Denver, and that he was born November 20, 1874. He was found to be of medium height and stout build, and he had blue eyes and "dark brown slightly bald" hair.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website shows and photos of their headstone shows that Cora B. Salyer lived from October 11, 1881 to July 26, 1941, and was buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, and that Addison M. Salyer lived from November 20, 1874 to March 13, 1956, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to her death certificate, Cora Rice Salyers died July 26, 1941 in West Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and the cause of death is listed as a "Strangulated Hernia (Umbilical)." It also says that she had a herniotomy and "Pt. was operated and died not rally from anesthetic." Also on this certificate, Her birthplace is listed as Kentucky, her birth date as October 11, 1881, her marital status as married, her husband as Ad. M. Salyer, her parents as Patrick Rice (b. Kentucky) and Mary Rice (b. Kentucky), the informant as A. M. Salyer of Collista, Kentucky, and the burial place as Hager Hill, Kentucky.

According to her obituary, Cora Belle Rice Salyer (age 59), daughter of Patrick G. Rice and the late Cora Bell Rice Salyer, was born October 11, 1881 in Johnson County, died July 26, 1941 at home in Collista after an operation 2 days prior, and was buried in Stafford Cemetery in Hager Hill. She was married on October 24 to Addison M. Salyer of Johnson County. To this union 12 children were born, 8 sons and 4 daughters. She was preceded in death by 1 son. She was survived by 7 sons, Ray Salyer (of Collista), Roy Salyer (Cleveland, Ohio), Grady Salyer (Paintsville), Patrick Salyer (Pikeville, Kentucky), J. Cecil Salyer (Louisville, Kentucky), Addison Salyer Jr. (Olympia, Washington), and Billy Salyer (Collista); 4 daughters, Mrs. Reva Trimble (West Liberty, Ohio), Ruth Salyer (Collista), and Bethel Salyer (Collista) [the 4th isn't listed]; 4 brothers, Ross, Don, Elmer, and Clay; and 12 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Cora Salyers died July 26, 1941 in Floyd County at the age of 59. She was living in West Prestonsburg at the time of her death.

According to his obituary, Addison M. Salyer (age 81), son of the late Thomas and Mahala Caudill Salyer, "was a member of one of Eastern Kentucky's largest families, his forebears being pioneers who helped settle the Big Sandy Valley when it was on unbroken wilderness." He was born November 30, 1874 in Johnson County, died March 13, 1956 at home in Collista, and was buried in Salyer Cemetery in Hager Hill. He was preceded in death by his wife, Cora Rice Salyer, 15 years prior. He was survived by 7 sons, Ray Salyer (of Collista), Roy Salyer (St. Cloud, Florida), Grady Salyer (Ypsilanti, Michigan), Cecil Salyer (Louisville), Patrick Salyer (Ashland), Addison Salyer (Ann Arbor, Michigan), and Billie Salyer (Lawrenceburg, Indiana); 4 daughters, Mrs. Reba Trimble (West Liberty, Ohio), Mrs. Bethel Lowe (Ashland), Mrs. Pauline Blair (Barnetts Creek), and Miss Ruth Salyer (Collista); 2 brothers, Lawrence Salyer (Portsmouth, Ohio) and Frank Salyer (Jackson, Ohio); and 2 sisters, Mrs. Julia Horn (Portsmouth, Ohio) and Mrs. Myrtle Blair (Dayton, Ohio). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Addison M. Salyer died March 13, 1956 in Johnson County at the age of 81. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

On page 1 of the 1910 census for District 73 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1910), Addie M. Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #7, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 9 years, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Cora (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 9 years, she's given birth to 5 children and all are still living, age 28), Ray (son, born in Kentucky, age 7), Roy (son, born in Kentucky, age 4), Reva (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4), Tomma (son, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Grady (son, born in Kentucky, age 2). They are living next to Cora's grandparents.

On page 16 of the 1920 census for District 38 (Jennies Creek) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 17 & 19, 1920), Adda M. Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #154, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Cora (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 38), Ray (son, born in Kentucky, age 17), Roy (son, born in Kentucky, age 15), Reba (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Tommy (son, born in Kentucky, age 13), Grady (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Patrick (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Cecil (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), Ruth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3 years 11 months), Bethel (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2 years 4 months), and Addison (son, born in Kentucky, age 1). They are living next to Cora's brother-in-law, Winfield F. Rivers, and on the other side of him is Cora's widowed grandfather, Alexander Rice.

On pages 31 & 32 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 22, 1930), A. M. Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #249, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 27, and he's 55 years old. Also listed are Cora (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 20, age 48), Thomas (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 25), Grada (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 22), Patrick (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Jay C. (son, born in Kentucky, age 15), Ruth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Bethel (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Addison (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Pauline (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), and Billie B. (son, born in Kentucky, age 7).

On pages 41 & 42 of the 1940 census for District 58-5 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 26, 1940), Adisom [sic] M. Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #267, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 65 year old. Also listed are Cora B. (wife, born in Kentucky, 5th grade education, age 58), Patrick (son, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 28), Cecil (son, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 3 years of college, age 26), Ruth (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 24), Bethel (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 22), Addison Jr. (son, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 21), Pauline (daughter, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 18), and Billy (son, born in Kentucky, 3 years of high school, age 17).

    The children of CORA RICE and ADDISON SALYER are:

    1. RAY L. SALYER, b. September 3, 1902, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. August 26, 1983, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. GLADYS HOWARD.
    2. ROY M. SALYER, b. March 8, 1904, Kentucky, d. January 1, 1980, Saint Cloud, Osceola County, Florida, m. ORA LEE DINGUS.
    3. REBA SALYER, b. August 21, 1905, Kentucky, d. August 11, 1968, Bellafontaine, Logan County, Ohio, buried in West Liberty, Logan County, Ohio, m. BUELL G. TRIMBLE.
    4. THOMAS SALYER, b. November 30, 1906, Kentucky.
    5. GRADY SALYER, b. March 10, 1908, Kentucky.
    6. PATRICK A. SALYER, b. June 29, 1911, Kentucky.
    7. JAY CECIL SALYER, b. July 13, 1914, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. May 11, 1980, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, m. CAROLYN ELAM.
      Notes: According to his obituary, J. Cecil Salyer (age 65), son of the late Addison and Cora Rice Salyer, was a 20 year resident of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and an employee of the school system there. He was born in Johnson County, Kentucky, died May 11, 1980 in Fort Lauderdale following a brief illness, and was buried in Wilmore Cemetery by the side of his wife, Carolyn Elam Salyer, who was formerly of Wilmore and died January 6, 1974. He was survived by 2 sons, Jay Salyer Jr. (of Fort Lauderdale) and Thomas Woodford Salyer (New Orleans, Louisiana); 3 brothers, Ray Salyer (Hager Hill, Kentucky), Grady Salyer (Ypsilanti, Michigan), and Billy B. Salyer (Rising Sun, Indiana); 3 sisters, Ruth Salyer (Barnetts Creek), Pauline Blair (Barnetts Creek), and Bethel Lowe (Ashland), and 1 grandson, Matthew Salyer. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    8. RUTH SALYER, b. January 3, 1916, Kentucky, d. January 3, 2008, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to her obituary, Ruth Salyer (age 92), daughter of the late Addison M. and Cora Rice Salyer, was a retired librarian. She was born January 3, 1916, died January 3, 2008 in Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center in Paintsville, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville. She was survived by 2 sisters, Bethel Lowe (of Lexington) and Pauline Blair (Staffordsville). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    9. BETHEL SALYER, b. August 25, 1917, Kentucky, m. ABNER LOWE.
    10. ADDISON M. SALYER JR., b. December 25, 1918, Kentucky, d. March 6, 1956, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to his obituary, "Funeral services for Addison Salyer, 37, who was found dead under his automobile on the Middle Fork Road about 6:30 Thursday morning, were held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday. The victim was discovered underneath his '53 Buick, which was turned upside down in the bed of the creek. An autopsy examination at Pikeville revealed that death was caused by head injuries and concussion. He was reportedly last seen with a companion, Crate Blair, about 8:30 on the preceding evening. A son of the late Addison and Cora Rice Salyer of Collista, he was a member of a large and prominent family of this county. A veteran of 17 years service, he was home on a 15-day leave from a Veterans hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan, when he met his death. He was reported to have been totally disabled and was drawing compensation for service- connected disability. Surviving are six brothers, Ray Salyer, Collista; Roy Salyer, St. Cloud, Fla, Cecil Salyer, Jacksonville, Fla, Grady Salyer, Ypsilanti, Mich., Patrick Salyer, Ashland, Ky., Billie Salyer, Lawrenceville, Ind., four sisters, Mrs. Buel Trimble, West Liberty, O.; Mrs. Abner Lowe, Ashland, Ky., Mrs. Pauline Blair, Barnetta Creek and Miss Ruth Salyer, Barnetta Creek. His father preceded him in death in March of this year. Funeral services were held at the Free Will Baptist Church at Collista by Rev. Sam Slone and Rev. M. R. Thomason. Burial was made in the family cemetery under the direction of the Paintsville Funeral Home." (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    11. PAULINE SALYER, b. October 1, 1920, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) BLAIR.
    12. BILLY BURTON SALYER, b. February 4, 1923, Kentucky.







GLADYS HOWARD, daughter of CATHERINE L. "KATE" CONLEY and SAMUEL JOHN TILDEN "TILDEN" HOWARD, was born March 2, 1904 in Floyd County, Kentucky, died March 14, 1982 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married RAY L. SALYER, son of CORA BELLE RICE and ADDISON M. SALYER, about 1925. He was born September 3, 1902 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died August 26, 1983 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 305 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can be found on page 500 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says that Ray Salyer was born September 3, 1902, and married Gladys Howard.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website shows and photos of their headstone shows that Gladys L. Salyer lived from March 2, 1904 to March 14, 1982, and was buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, and that Ray L. Salyer lived from September 3, 1902 to August 26, 1983, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to her obituary, Gladys Howard Salyer (age 78), was a resident of Hager Hill at the time of her death. She was born March 2, 1904 in Floyd County, died March 14, 1982 in Highlands Regional Medical Center, and was buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill. She was survived by her husband, Ray L. Salyer; 3 sons, Harold Salyer (of Texarkana, Texas), Tilden R. Salyer (Paintsville), and Lowell Salyer (San Antonio, Texas); 1 daughter, Mrs. Wilma Wooten (Ypsilanti, Michigan); 2 sisters, Wilma Stone (East Point) and Fannie Hill (Prestonsburg); and 2 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Gladys Salyer was born March 2, 1904, and died in March of 1982. She received her Social Security card in 1966 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Gladys H. Salyer died March 14, 1982 in Floyd County at the age of 78. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

According to his obituary, Ray Salyer, son of Addison and Cora Rice Salyer, was a retired miner and a resident of Hager Hill at the time of his death. He was born September 3, 1902 in Johnson County, died August 26, 1983 in Highlands Regional Medical Center following an extended illness, and was buried in Music-Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill. He was preceded in death by his wife, Gladys Howard Salyer, on March 14, 1982. He was survived by 3 sons, Harold L. Salyer (of Texarkana, Texas), Tilden R. Salyer (Paintsville), and Lowell G. Salyer (San Antonia, Texas); 1 daughter, Wilma Verne Wooten (Ann Arbor, Michigan); 1 brother, Billy Salyer (Rising Sun, Indiana); 3 sisters, Pauline Blair (Barnetts Creek), Ruth Salyer (Barnetts Creek), and Bethel Lowe (Ashland); 2 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Ray Salyer was born September 3, 1902, and died in August of 1983. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Ray L. Salyer died August 26, 1983 in Floyd County at the age of 80. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

On page 31 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 22, 1930), Ray Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #247, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 22, and he's 27 years old. Also listed are Gladys (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 21, age 26), and Harold L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 41 of the 1940 census for District 58-5 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 26, 1940), Ray L. Salyer is listed as the head of the household for house #365, he's a coal miner, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of high school, and he's 37 years old. Also listed are Gladys L. (wife, born in Kentucky, 3 years of high school, age 36), Harold L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Tilden R. (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Wilma V. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Lowell G. (son, born in Kentucky, age 1).

    The children of GLADYS HOWARD and RAY SALYER are:

    1. HAROLD LLOYD SALYER, b. 1926, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. KAYE BRITTAIN.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Harold L. Salyer was born in Johnson County to Gladyes Howard.
    2. TILDEN RAY SALYER, b. 1931, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Tilden R. Salyer was born in Johnson County to Gladys Howard.
    3. WILMA VERNE SALYER, b. 1934, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) WOOTEN.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Wilma V. Salyers was born in Johnson County to Gladys Howard.
    4. LOWELL GENE SALYER, b. 1938, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Lowell G. Salyer was born in Johnson County to Gladys Howard.







VIRGINIA "VIRGIE" FRIEND, daughter of LAURA T. CONLEY and CHARLES SOLLARS FRIEND, was born August 10, 1903 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, died February 13, 1980 in West Union, Adams County, Ohio, and is buried in Spradlin Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married SAMUEL NEWTON "NEWT" FANNIN, son of BRYANT BENJAMIN FANNIN and JOSEPHINE PARSONS. He was born October 18, 1897 in Kentucky, died November 7, 1928 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 305 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can also be found on page 231 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says:

     "The Fannin family of Johnson County originally came from Elliott County, Kentucky. Bryant B. Fannin was of the more prominent members of the Elliott County set. There was also another set of Fannins in Johnson County; that of the Bryant Fannin who married into the Ward family. The Fannins who trace to Elliott County are discussed here. (Note: Remarks pertaining to Bryant B. Fannin were taken in part from a "Tribute to the Memory of This Man," by H. G. Sowards.)
     "Bryant B. Fannin was born near Sandy Hook, Elliott County, Kentucky, the sixth day of January, 1865. He was the son of Peter M. and Nancy W. (Hunter) Fannin. There were eleven children in the family, nine of whom grew to maturity, namely: James A.; Thomas Newton; John M.; Bryant B.; George R.; Florence, who was Mrs. Milton Salyers; Levisa, who is the widow of Henry J. Wheeler; Mary, the wife of Milford Duvall of Sandy Hook; and Jasper of Elliott County, Kentucky. James A., George R., and Florence are deceased.
     "On December 29, 1886, Mr. Fannin was married to Josie Parsons, a daughter of Robert T. Parsons of Elliott County. To Mr. and Mrs. Fannin were born eight children, namely: Fred, who lives in Akron, Ohio; Charles Vincill of Johnson County; Edna, who is Mrs. R. H. Caines; Nancy, who is Mrs. B. F. Preston; Newton of Ashland; Hazel, who is Mrs. John H. Chandler; George, who is now in the United States Navy; and Robert E.
     "Mr. Fannin's wife Josie died July 14, 1922. He afterwards married Mrs. Mollie Green of Ashland, Kentucky. They lived in Ashland at the time of Mr. Fannin's death.
     "Bryant Fannin began business in Elliott County, Kentucky. Through trading in livestock he accumulated considerable capitol and then established a mercantile business in Sandy Hook. He afterwards bought a large tract of land and succeeded in establishing the Fannin post office and opened a store in connection with the new post office. Succeeding in this business venture, but losing his business through fire, he moved to Ashland, Kentucky. At Ashland he began buying and selling timber. In 1903 he located in Paintsville, Kentucky. He continued in the timber trade and developed a large business in the manufacture of staves, which he exported to France and Germany. Several years ago he discontinued his active participation in business affairs.
     "He always a man of strong convictions and deep emotions. On the death of his brother-in-law H. J. Wheeler, Mr. Fannin's hair changed from black to white within a fortnight. This phenomenon is mentiones as an indication of strong emotions Mr. Fannin felt, but usually suppressed. He died April 7, 1927.
     "Fred Fannin married Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Stapleton. They are shown with the Stapleton family.
     "Vincill Fannin was in the furniture business with his father for several years. He now resides on a farm on Barnetts Creek.      "Edna Fannin married a railroader. He is a conductor for the Chesapeake and Ohio. They live at Ashland, Kentucky.
     "Nancy Fannin first married a Pinson, who gave his life for his country in the World War. They had one child. She then married Ben Preston, and they reside at Olive Hill, Kentucky. See the Preston family.
     "Newt Fannin is a former constable of Johnson County. He married a daughter of Charley Friend of West Van Lear, and they now live in Ashland, Kentucky.
     "See the Chandler family, concerning Hazel Fannin and her husband John H. Chandler."


Samuel Newton "Newt" Fannin was the brother of Charles Vencil Fannin.

Bryant Benjamin Fannin was the brother of Florence Fannin.

According to his death certificate, Benjamin Bryant Fannin died April 7, 1927 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, from a ruptured duodenal ulcer. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Kentucky, his birth date as January 6, 1865, his marital status as married, his wife as Mary Fannin, his occupation as lumberman, his parents as Peter Fannin (b. Kentucky) and Nancy Hunter (b. Kentucky), the informant as Newt Fannin of Ashland, and the burial place as Paintsville.

According to her death certificate, Josie Parsons Fannin died July 14, 1922 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, from carcinoma of the uterus. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Kentucky, her birth date as January 20, 1868, her marital status as married, her parents as Robert Parsons (b. Kentucky) and Emily Whit [b. Kentucky), the informant as B. B. Fannin of Paintsville, and the burial place as Paintsville.

When Newton Fannin's World War I draft registration card was filled out on September 12, 1918 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that his occupation was loafing [?], that his closest relative was B. B. Fannin of Paintsville, and that he was born October 18, 1897. He was found to be tall, of medium build, and he had brown eyes and dark brown hair.

According to her obituary, Virgie Friend Fannin (age 76), daughter of Charles S. and Laura Conley Friend and a resident of Stout, Ohio, was born August 10, 1903 in Hager Hill, died February 13, 1980 in Adams County Hospital in West Union, Ohio, and was buried in Spradlin Cemetery in Paintsville. She was preceded in death by her husband, Newt Fannin, in 1928. She was survived by 1 son, Charles Fannin (of Indianapolis, Indiana); 2 brothers, John Friend (Stout, Ohio) and Robert Friend (Roswell, New Mexico); 1 sister, Mary Friend (Stout, Ohio); 5 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his death certificate, Samuel Newton Fannin died November 7, 1928 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, from "Gunshot wound Murder" Said to be Quarrel" and that he diedon the way to the hospital. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Kentucky, his birth date as October 18, 1897, his marital status as married, his wife as Mrs. Virgie Fannin, his occupation as auto mechanic, his parents as B. B. Fannin (b. Kentucky) and Josie Parson (b. Kentucky), the informant as Mrs. Virgie Fannin of Ashland, and the burial place as Paintsville, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Samuel N. Fannin died November 7, 1928 in Boyd County at the age of 31.

On page 19 of the 1900 census for District 16 (Sandy Hook) in Elliott County, Kentucky (dated June 13, 1900), Benjamin Fannin is listed as the head of the household for house #186, he's born in January of 1865, parents born in Kentucky, married for 12 years, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Josie (wife, born in January of 1868 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 12 years, she's given birth to 6 children and 5 are still living, age 32), Frederick (son, born in January of 1892 in Kentucky, age 8), a person who is off of the scan (age 6) [Charles Vencil], Neuton (son, born in October of 1897 in Kentucky, age 2), Nannie (daughter, born in May of 1899 in Kentucky, age 1), John Parsons (brother-in-law, single, day laborer, born in February of 1882 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 18), Annie Hood (servant, single, housekeeper, born in July of 1871 in Kentucky, father born in Ohio, mother born in Kentucky, she's given birth to 3 children and 2 are still living, age 28), and Herbert C. Hood (boarder, born in March of 1900 in Kentucky, age 2 months).

On page 5 of the 1910 census for District 65 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1910), Bryant B. Fannin is listed as the head of the household for house #40, he's a dealer staves and of something that's hard to read, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 23 years, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Josie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 23 years, she's given birth to 9 children and 7 are still living, age 42), Fred (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Vincel (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), Edna (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Neut (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Nannie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Hazel (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), George (son, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Jesse R. Sanders (boarder, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 20).

On page 9 of the 1920 census for District 29 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated 5 & 6, 1920), B. B. Fannin is listed as the head of the household for house #95, he's a timberman and merchant, born in Virginia, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, and he's 55 years old. Also listed are Jocie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 52), Newton (son, single, brakeman for the railroad, born in Kentucky, age 22), Nannie Pinson (daughter, widowed, born in Kentucky, age 20), George Fannin (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 12), Robert E. Fannin (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 6), and Fred C. Pinson (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 9 months).

On page 50 of the 1930 census for District 10-21 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 14, 1930), Charles S. Frind is listed as the head of the household for house #351, he's a manager of something, possibly general merchandise [hard to read], born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, first married at age 20, and he's 54 years old. Also listed are Laura (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 17, age 51), Virginia Fannin (daughter, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, age 26), Mary Frind (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 16), John Frind (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Robert Frind (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Charles B. Fannin (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 6).

On page 8 of the 1940 census for District 10-31 (Ashland) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 9, 1940), Virgie Fannin is listed as the head of the household for house #62, she's widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, she has an 8th grade education, and she's 36 years old. Also listed are Charles B. (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), Charles Friend (father, house carpenter, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 65), Laura Friend (mother, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 61), Mary E. Friend (sister, single, not working, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 26), John Elwood Friend (brother, single, not working, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, 7th grade education, age 24), and Robert Morris Friend (brother, single, laborer for the W.P.A. road project, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 19).

    The child of VIRGIE FRIEND and NEWT FANNIN is:

    1. CHARLES B. FANNIN, b. 1924, Kentucky.







SAMUEL WORTH "WORTH" CONLEY, son of FRANCIS MARION CONLEY and LOUISE ELIZABETH RICE, was born September 29, 1886 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, died January 2, 1969 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married SUDIE LOWE, daughter of LARKIN LOWE and MARTHA ADAMS, about 1921. She was born August 14, 1905 in Morgan County, Kentucky, died September 12, 1972 in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 305 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

When Worth Conley's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a self-employed farmer, that he had a dependent mother, that he was single, and that he was born September 29, 1886 in Hager Hill, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and build, and he had blue eyes and black hair.

A photo of his headstone shows that Worth Conley died January 2, 1969. A photo of hers shows that Sudi Conley died September 12, 1972.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Worth Conley was born September 29, 1886, and died in January of 1969. He received his Social Security card in 1951-1952 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Worth Conley died January 2, 1969 in Johnson County at the age of 80. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

According to her obituary, Sudie Lowe Conley (age 67), daughter of Larkin and Martha Adams Lowe, was born in August of 1905 in Morgan County, died September 12, 1972 at home in Hager Hill following and extended illness, and was buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville. She was preceded in death by her husband, Worth Conley, in 1959 [mistake]. She was survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Hartie Adams (of Hager Hill); and 3 brothers, Elbert Lowe (of Middletown, Ohio), Ernest Lowe (Morehead, Kentucky), and Edward Lowe (Morehead). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Sudie Conley was born August 14, 1905, and died in September of 1972. She received her Social Security card in 1960 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Sudie Conley died September 12, 1972 in Johnson County at the age of 67. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

On page 8 of the 1910 census for District 148 (River) in Morgan County, Kentucky (dated April 22, 1910), Larkin Lowe is listed as the head of the household for house #65, he's a farmer, widowed, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, and he's 56 years old. Also listed are Elbert (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Ernest (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Edward (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), and Sudie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 29 of the 1920 census for District 29 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 16, 1920), Worth Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #280, he's a farmer, single, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 32 years old. Also listed are Lizzie (mother, widowed, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 74), and Nora (sister, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 28).

On page 4 of the 1920 census for District 206 (Lacy Creek) in Morgan County, Kentucky (dated January 30 & 31, 1920), Larken Low is listed as the head of the household for house #260, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 66 years old. Also listed are Stella (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 31), and Sudie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14).

On page 29 of the 1930 census for District 58-4 (Magisterial District No. 1) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 17, 1930), Worth Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #260, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 30, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Sudie ( born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 16, age 25), Virgie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), and Nora Conley (sister, single, retired, born in Kentucky, age 44).

On page 32 of the 1940 census for District 58-5 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1940), Worth Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #285, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 2 years of college, and he's 53 years old. Also listed are Sudie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 35), Virgie (daughter, born in Kentucky, 1 year of college, age 18), and Nora Conley (sister, single, not working, born in Kentucky, 5th grade education, age 56).

    The child of WORTH CONLEY and SUDIE LOWE is:

    1. VIRGIE CONLEY, b. 1922, Hager Hill, Kentucky, m. HARDIE ADAMS.







BESSIE BROWN, daughter of JOHN D. BLANTON and DELILA P. "LILA" BROWN, was born May 10, 1902 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and died November 10, 1921 in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married WALLACE B. HANNAH, son of ENOCH HANNAH and MIRANDA EMELINE ARMS. He was born August 8, 1897 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died April 29, 1929 in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Harmon Hannah Cemetery in Jennies Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky. Wallace Hannah married (2) HULDA A. JACKSON.

Notes: Wallace and his sister-in-law from his second marriage, Cassie Jackson Gibson, her husband Leander, and their son Bernie, were all murdered on the same day, and Wallace's brother, Wayne Hannah, was wounded. Read about the 1929 Johnson County Shootout here.

When Wallace Hannah's World War I draft registration card was filled out on August 24, 1918 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was working for his father (who was born in Johnson County) in Riceville, that his closest relative was Mrs. Bessie Hannah (wife) of Riceville, and that he was born August 8, 1897 in Johnson County. He was found to be tall, of medium build, and he had brown eyes and light brown hair.

According to her death certificate, Bessie Brown Hannah died November 10, 1921 in Riceville from complications during childbirth. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Johnson County, her birth date as May 10, 1902, her marital status as married, her parents as John D. Blanton (b. Johnson County) and Lila Brown (b. Johnson County), and the informant as Enoch Hannah of Riceville.

According to her death certificate, Wallas B. Hannah died April 29, 1929 in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and the cause of death is listed as "Gun Shot (Homicide)." Also on this certificate, his birthplace is blank, his birth date is listed as August 8, 1897, his age as 31, his marital status as married, his wife as Hulda Hannah, his occupation as farmer, his parents as Enoch Hannah (b. Kentucky) and Maranda Arms (b. Kentucky), the informant as Maranda Hannah of Riceville, Kentucky, and the burial place as Middle Fork.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website and a photo of his headstone shows that Wallace Hannah lived from August 8, 1897 to April 29, 1929, and was buried in Harmon Hannah Cemetery in Jennies Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky.

On page 8 of the 1910 census for District 72 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 21, 1910), Bessie Brown is found living with her mother in the home of her grandparents. Daniel Brown is listed as the head of the household for house #82, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 34 years, and he's 54 years old. also listed are Artie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 6 children and 4 are still living, age 50), Bertha (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 19), Delilah Brown (daughter, single, born in Kentucky, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 28), Bessie Brown (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), and Henry Brown (grandson, born in Kentucky, age 4). They are living close to son Thomas.

On page 4 of the 1910 census for District 72 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 18, 1910), Enoch Hannah is listed as the head of the household for house #38, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 19 years, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Maranda (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1sst marriage, she's given birth to 9 children and 7 are still living, age 36), Jennie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 17), Wayne (son, born in Kentucky, age 15), Wallace (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Jessee (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Malta (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), Missouri (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), and Goldie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2).

On page 11 of the 1920 census for District 40 (Riceville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 28 & 29, 1920), Wallace B. Hannah is listed as the head of the household for house #88, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 22 years old. Also listed are Bessie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 17), and Effa J. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 7 months).

On page 17 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 11, 1930), there is a child that is possibly Effie found living with her grandparents after both of her parents had died. Her middle initial is "J" on the 1920 census and there is a June Hannah living with Enoch Hannah. There is also an Arnold Hannah who is 9 years old. This could be the son of Wallace and Bessie. Enoch Hannah is listed as the head of the household for house #139, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 18 [hard to read], and he's 58 years old. Also listed are Maranda (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 15, age 56), Goldie (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 22), Ida (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 19), Raymond (son, born in Kentucky, age 17), Irvin (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Josephine (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), June (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 11), and Arnold (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 9).

    The child of BESSIE BROWN and WALLACE HANNAH is:

    1. EFFIE J. HANNAH, b. May 21, 1918, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Effie Hanners was born May 21, 1918 in Johnson County to Bessie Brown.







MILTON FORREST CONLEY, son of ASA JOHNSON CONLEY and REBECCA ELIZABETH LESLEY, was born June 13, 1868 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, died February 29, 1940 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and is buried in Pine Hill Cemetery in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky. He married WILLIE M. BURGESS, daughter of CORNELIUS H. BURGESS and JULIA P. MCCLURE, in June of 1894. She was born in April of 1871 in Kentucky, and died May 28, 1956.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 306 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society. According to that book, Milton Forest Conley was born June 13, 1868 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, died February 29, 1940, and was buried in Louisa. He married Willie Burgess, daughter of Cornelius and Julia McClure Burgess, in June of 1894. She died May 28, 1956.

Information on this family can also be found on page 129 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. In that book it says that "Milton Forrest Conley (spelling of name changed from Connelly by his father) was born June 13, 1868, at Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky. He was educated in the common schools, and in his sixteenth year established the Big Sandy News, a weekly newspaper, since continuously published by him. During the years 1910 and 1912 he was one-half owner in the Ashland (Kentucky) Daily Independent, the Catlettsburg (Kentucky) Daily Press, and the Kentucky Democrat, dividing his time between them and the Big Sandy News. He has been a member of the Kentucky Press Association for twenty-two years and an executive committeeman several terms; and he has attended the National Editorial Association four years as delegate from Kentucky. In 1893 he was appointed postmaster at Louisa and served four years. In 1904 the Louisa National Bank was organized with a capitol of $50,000, and he was offered the position of director and cashier which he accepted. He is identified with other business enterprises in the Big Sandy Valley, and is one of the two trustees of the Kentucky Normal College, at Louisa, Kentucky. For the past three years, Mr. Conley has been chairman of the Kentucky State Board of Charities and Corrections, and located at Frankfort. He was married to Miss Willie Burgess in 1894, and of this union three children were born, namely; Neil, Elizabeth, and Emily."

According to his death certificate, Milton Forrest Conley died February 29, 1940 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, from congestive heart failure. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Louisa, his birth date as June 13, 1868, his marital status as married, his wife as Willie Burgess Conley (age 68), his occupation as publisher of a weekly newspaper, his parents as Asa J. Conley (b. Kentucky) and Elizabeth Leslie (b. Kentucky), the informant as N. B. Conley of Louisa, and the burial place as Pinehill Cemetery.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Milton F. Conley died February 29, 1940 in Lawrence County at the age of 71. He was living in Virginia at the time of his death.

According to his obituary, Milton F. Conley, son of the late A. J. and Elizabeth Conley, was born in 1868 in Johnson County, died February 29, 1940 at the home of his sister in Louisa, and was buried in Pine Hill Cemetery in Louisa. He was living in Roanoke, West Virginia and visiting his sister, Mrs. O. C. McDougle [Stella], at the time of his death. "He went to Louisa when a young man where he spent the greater part of his life. In 1885 he and Boyd Ferguson purchased the Lawrence County Index from Col. W. O. Johnson and changed its name to the Big Sandy News. Later Mr. Conley purchased the interest of his partner and continued as itís publisher until 1935. The Big Sandy News is still being published and is probably the oldest business in Lawrence county. Mr. Conley was a prominent Democrat. In 1904 he aided in organizing the Louisa National Bank and was cashier until 1934. He served Kentucky as chairman of the State Board of Charities and Collection at Frankford for six years, four under Governor Fields, and two under Governor Sampson." He was survived by his widow, Mrs. Willia Burchett Conley; 2 daughters, Mrs. B. H. Maben (of Roanoke, West Virginia) and Mrs. R. P. Wood (Chicago, Illinois); 1 son, N. B. Conley (Plainfield, New Jersey); and 1 sister, Mrs. O. C. McDougle.

On page 19 of the 1880 census for District 53 (Pear Orchard) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated June 12, 1880), Emily Burgess is listed as the head of the household for house #150, she's keeping house, widowed, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, and she's 67 years old. Also listed are C. H. (son, married, farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 47), Julia (daughter-in-law, married, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 40), Alva (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), E. J. (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Willie M. (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), George R. (grandson, born in June of 1879 in Kentucky, age 11 months), Isabelle (daughter, single, idiotic, born in Kentucky, age 33), Lewis Prichard (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 17), George W. Roffe (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 3), and James Lambert (boarder, single, laborer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, age 16).

On page 9 of the 1900 census for District 66 (Louisa) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated June 6, 1900), Milton F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #84, he's an editor, born in June of 1869 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 6 years, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are Willie B. (wife, born in April of 1871 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 6 years, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 29), Cornelius B. (son, born in August of 1896 in Kentucky, age 3), Elizabeth L. (daughter, born in November of 1899 in Kentucky, age 6 months), Julia P. Burgess (mother-in-law, widowed, born in December of 1839 in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, she's given birth to 4 children and all are still living, age 60), and George R. Burgess (brother-in-law, single, in school, born in June of 1880 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 19).

On page 21 of the 1910 census for District 94 (Louisa) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated April 27, 1910), Milton F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #193, he's a bank cashier, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 15 years, and he's 40 years old. Also listed are Willie B. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 3 children and all are still living, age 38), Neal B. (son, born in Kentucky, age 13), Elizabeth L. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Emily B. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Anna Skeens (servant, single, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 26).

On pages 11 & 12 of the 1920 census for District 128 (Louisa) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated January 8 & 9, 1920), M. F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #126, he's a bank cashier, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in the United States, and he's 50 years old. Also listed are Willie (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in the United States, mother born in Kentucky, age 47), Neil (son, single, bank clerk, born in Kentucky, age 23), Elizabeth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 20), Emily (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), and Anna Skeens (servant, marital status blank, born in Kentucky, parents born in the United States, age 34).

On page 17 of the 1930 census for District 64-18 (Magisterial District No. 8) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated April 14, 1930), Milton F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #197, he's a newspaper publisher with a printing plant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 25, and he's 60 years old. Also listed are Willie B. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 22, age 57), Elizabeth Maben (daughter, married, not working, born in Kentucky, first married at 29, age 29), Benjamine H. Maben (son-in-law, married, civil engineer, born in Virginia, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 29, age 29), Emily Wood (daughter, married, not working, born in Kentucky, first married at 24, age 25), and Minar Smith (servant and cook, divorced, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 21, age 40).

On page 26 of the 1940 census for District 119-54 (Roanoke City) in Roanoke County, Virginia (dated June 11, 1940), Benjaman H. Maben is listed as the head of the household for house #287, he's an assistant superintendent for the steam railroad, born in Virginia, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of college, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Elizabeth C. (wife, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 40), Elizabeth H. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Willie B. Conley (mother-in-law, widowed, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 69).

    The children of MILTON CONLEY and WILLIE BURGESS are:

    1. NEIL BURGESS CONLEY, b. August 24, 1896, Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, d. April 19, 1985, Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida, m. LINDA E. HACKWORTH.
    2. ELIZABETH LESLIE CONLEY, b. November 8, 1899, Kentucky, d. June 22, 1949, m. BENJAMIN HAYNIE MABEN.
    3. EMILY BURGESS CONLEY, b. October 27, 1904, Kentucky, d. March 22, 1949, m. ROLLAND P. WOOD.







EDWARD P. BLEVINS, son of CLARA ADAMS and SMITH BLEVINS, was born December 19, 1921 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, died September 24, 1971 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in the family cemetery in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married CORRINE CECIL.

Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Edward P. Blevins was born December 19, 1921 in Magoffin County to Clarie Adams.

According to his obituary, Edward Blevins (age 49), son of Smith and Clara Adams Blevins, was a disabled veteran and a resident of Staffordsville. He died September 24, 1971 in a local Johnson County hospital following a brief illness, and was buried in the family cemetery in Staffordsville. He was survived by his wife, Corrine Cecil Blevins; 1 son, Ronnie Edward Blevins and wife Edna (of Morehead); 3 daughters at home, Beverly Jean Blevins, Mary Sharon Blevins, and Tammy Fay Blevins; 1 brother, Chalmer Blevins (Wittensville); and 1 sister, Phyllis Jean Ford (Galion, Ohio). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

    The children of EDWARD BLEVINS and CORRINE CECIL are:

    1. RONNIE EDWARD BLEVINS, m. EDNA (unknown last name).
    2. BEVERLY JEAN BLEVINS.
    3. MARY SHARON BLEVINS.
    4. TAMMY FAY BLEVINS.







NEIL BURGESS CONLEY, son of MILTON FORREST CONLEY and WILLIE M. BURGESS, was born August 24, 1896 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died April 19, 1985 in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida. He married LINDA E. HACKWORTH, daughter of WILLIAM SMITH HACKWORTH and REBECCA SECREST, October 10, 1928. She was born July 15, 1906 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky, and died April 10, 1983 in Sarasota County, Florida.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 306 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on this family can also be found on page 129 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. That info can be read on Neil's parents' page.

Neil Conley can be found both living with his parents in the 1920 census.

When Neil Burgess Conley's World War II draft registration card was filled out on April 15, 1942 in Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey, he stated that he was working for Calco Chemical Company in Bound Brook, New Jersey, that he lived at 1200 Martina Avenue in Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey, that the person who would always know his address was Mrs. Linda Conley of the same address, and that he was born August 24, 1896 in Louisa, Kentucky. He was found to be 5 feet 10 inches tall, he weighed 180 pounds, and he had brown eyes, brown hair, and a light complexion.

According to a U. S. Department of Labor, Immigration and Naturalization Service document, Neil, Linda, and Ann Conley sailed from Hamilton, Bermuda, to New York City aboard the S.S. Fort Townshend, departing on June 25, 1948, and arriving on June 28, 1948. Also on this document it says that Neil was born August 24, 1896 in Louisa, Kentucky, that Linda was born July 15, 1906 in Shelbyville, Kentucky, that Ann was born in 1932 [date withheld] in Plainfield, New Jersey, and that they lived at 1442 Highland Avenue in Plainfield, New Jersey.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Neil Conley was born August 24, 1896, and died in April of 1985. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in New Jersey, and his last place of residence was in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida.

According to Florida death record transcripts, Neil B. Conley was born August 24, 1896, and died April 19, 1985 in Manatee County, Florida at the age of 88.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Linda Conley was born July 15, 1906, and died in April of 1983. She received her Social Security card in 1973 in Florida, and her last place of residence was in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida.

According to Florida death record transcripts, Linda Hackworth Conley was born July 15, 1906, and died April 10, 1983 in Sarasota County, Florida at the age of 76.

On page 8 of the 1910 census for District 109 (Shelbyville) in Shelby County, Kentucky (dated Aprl 21, 1910), William S. Hackworth is listed as the head of the household for house #63, he's a lawyer with his own practice, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 6 years, and he's 41 years old. Also listed are Rebecca (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 1 child and that child is still living, age 27), Linda E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Crecia Harvey (companion, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 14).

On page 8 of the 1920 census for District 159 (Cincinnati) in Hamilton County, Ohio (dated January 6, 1920), Neil Burgess Conley is found boarking in a private hotel (house #70), he's a bank clerk, single, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 23 years old.

On pages 6 & 7 of the 1920 census for District 128 (Shelbyville) in Shelby County, Kentucky (dated January 7, 1920), Will Hackworth is listed as the head of the household for house #74, he's in the garage business, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 51 years old. Also listed are Rebecca (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 36), Linda (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), James (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Elizabeth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and William (son, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 3 months).

On page 19 of the 1930 census for District 31-434 (Cincinnati) in Hamilton County, Ohio (dated April 8, 1930), Neil B. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #216, he's a chemical manufacturer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 32, and he's 33 years old. Also listed is Linda (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 22, age 23).

On page 2 of the 1940 census for District 20-79A in Union County, New Jersey (dated April 2, 1940), Neil Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #21, he's a manager in the chemical industry, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 3 years of college, and he's 43 years old. Also listed are Linda (wife, born in Kentucky, 4 years of high school, age 33), Ann (daughter, born in New Jersey, age 8), and Dailey E. Lee (negro, separated, servant, born in Connecticut, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 39).

    The child of NEIL CONLEY and LINDA HACKWORTH is:

    1. ANN HACKWORTH, b. 1932, New Jersey, m. WILLIAM GREER KENNEY.







ELIZABETH LESLIE CONLEY, daughter of MILTON FORREST CONLEY and WILLIE M. BURGESS, was born November 8, 1899 in Kentucky, and died June 22, 1949. She married BENJAMIN HAYNIE MABEN, son of RICHARD DAVID MABEN and JENNIE H. (unknown last name), in September of 1929. He was born about 1900 in Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 306 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society. In that book it says that Elizabeth Leslie Conley was born November 8, 1899, died June 22, 1949, married Benjamin M. Maben of Blackstone [Nottaway County], Virginia, in September of 1929, and that they had a daughter named Elizabeth Haynie Maben.

Information on Elizabeth Conley can also be found on page 129 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. That info can be read on Elizabeth's parents' page.

Information found on findagrave.com shows that Richard D. Maben was born April 23, 1860 in Amelia County, Virginia, died January 24, 1943, and was buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Blackstone, Nottaway County, Virginia. It also claims that he married Jennie M. Hite on November 3, 1886 in Lunenburg County, Virginia.

A 1941 city directory for Roanoke, Virginia, shows that Elizabeth and Benjamin were living at h703 Carolina Avenue, and that Benjamin was the Assistant Superintendent for N & W Railway.

On page 40 of the 1910 census for District 66 (Bellefonte District) in Nottoway County, Virginia (dated April 15, 1910), Richard S. Mabin is listed as the head of the household for house #249, he's a road superintendent for Nottaway County, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, 1st marriage, married for 23 years, and he's 50 years old. Also listed are Jennie M. (wife, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 10 children and 7 are still living, age 43), Bessie A. (daughter, single, not working, born in Virginia, age 22), Lilliom C. (daughter, single, not working, born in Virginia, age 21), Jennie B. (daughter, born in Virginia, age 17), Richard D. (son, born in Virginia, age 12), Hannie B. (son, born in Virginia, age 9), Edward T. (son, born in Virginia, age 4), and Virginia B. (daughter, born in Virginia, age 1 year 6 months).

On page 32 of the 1920 census for District 61 (Bellefonte) in Nottoway County, Virginia (dated January 14, 1920), Richard D. Maben is listed as the head of the household for house #315, he's the Commisioner of Revenue [hard to read], born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, and he's 59 years old. Also listed are Jennie N. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 52), Lillian C. (daughter, single, not working, born in Virginia, age 29), Blair J. Green [Jennie Blair Maben Green] (daughter, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, age 27), Richard D. Maben ((son, single, not working, born in Virginia, age 21), Haynee B. (son, born in Virginia, age 19), Edward R. (son, born in Virginia, age 13), and Virginia B. (daughter, born in Virginia, age 11).

On page 17 of the 1930 census for District 64-18 (Magisterial District No. 8) in Lawrence County, Kentucky (dated April 14, 1930), Milton F. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #197, he's a newspaper publisher with a printing plant, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 25, and he's 60 years old. Also listed are Willie B. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 22, age 57), Elizabeth Maben (daughter, married, not working, born in Kentucky, first married at 29, age 29), Benjamine H. Maben (son-in-law, married, civil engineer, born in Virginia, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 29, age 29), Emily Wood (daughter, married, not working, born in Kentucky, first married at 24, age 25), and Minar Smith (servant and cook, divorced, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 21, age 40).

On page 16 of the 1930 census for District 68-2 (Bellefonte) in Nottoway County, Virginia (dated April 16, 1930), R. David Maben is listed as the head of the household for house #148, he's a farmer, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, first married at age 26, and he's 70 years old. Also listed are Jennie H. H. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 19, age 63), and Virginia B. (daughter, single, not working, born in Virginia, age 21).

On page 26 of the 1940 census for District 119-54 (Roanoke City) in Roanoke County, Virginia (dated June 11, 1940), Benjaman H. Maben is listed as the head of the household for house #287, he's an assistant superintendent for the steam railroad, born in Virginia, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of college, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Elizabeth C. (wife, born in Kentucky, 2 years of college, age 40), Elizabeth H. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Willie B. Conley (mother-in-law, widowed, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 69).

    The child of ELIZABETH CONLEY and BENJAMIN MABEN is:

    1. ELIZABETH HAYNIE MABEN, b. 1934, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Elizabeth H. Maben was born in Lawrence County to Elizabeth Conley.







EMILY BURGESS CONLEY, daughter of MILTON FORREST CONLEY and WILLIE M. BURGESS, was born October 27, 1904 in Kentucky, and died March 22, 1949. She married ROLLAND P. WOOD, son of RODNEY P. WOOD and MYRA A. MASKILL, about 1929. He was born June 21, 1904 in Ridgeway, Hardin County, Ohio, and died November 4, 1984 in Licking County, Ohio.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 306 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on Emily Conley can also be found on page 129 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall. That info can be read on Emily's parents' page.

Emily Conley Wood can be found both living with her parents in Kentucky in 1930, and living with her husband in Texas.

According to Ohio birth record transcripts, Roland P. Wood was born June 21, 1904 in Ridgeway, Hardin County, to Myra A. Maskill.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Rolland Wood was born June 21, 1904, and died in November of 1984. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Illinois, and his last place of residence was in Granville, Licking County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Rolland P. Wood was born about 1904 in Ohio, and died November 4, 1984 at home in Licking County at the age of 80. He was married at the time of his death.

On page 4 of the 1910 census for District 102 (Hale) in Hardin County, Ohio (dated April 23, 1910), Rodney P. Wood is listed as the head of the household for house #21, he's a real estate agent, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, 1st marriage, married for 8 years, and he's 28 years old. Also listed are Myra (wife, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 4 children and all are still living, age 31), Everett (son, born in Ohio, age 7), Rolland (son, born in Ohio, age 5), Harold (son, born in Ohio, age 3), and Rosella (daughter, born in Ohio, age 1).

On page 4 of the 1920 census for District 157 (Columbus) in Franklin County, Ohio (dated January 6, 1920), Rodney B. Wood is listed as the head of the household for house #45, he's a manager of real estate, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Myra (wife, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, age 41), Everett (son, born in Ohio, age 17), Rolland (son, born in Ohio, age 15), Harrold (son, born in Ohio, age 12), Rozella (daughter, born in Ohio, age 11), and Donald (son, born in Ohio, age 6).

On page 41 of the 1930 census for District 39 (Beaumont) in Jefferson County, Texas (dated April 18 & 19, 1930), Rolland P. Wood is listed as the head of the household for house #457, he's an engineer in the construction industry, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, first married at age 24, and he's 25 years old. Also listed is Emily C. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 23, age 25).

On page 57 of the 1940 census for District 16-249 (Maine) in Cook County, Illinois (dated May 10, 1940), Roland P. Wood is listed as the head of the household for house #631, he's a civil engineer for Pure Oil Company, born in Ohio, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of college, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Emily (wife, born in Kentucky, 4 years of college, age 35), and Jane (daughter, born in Illinois, age 8).

    The child of EMILY CONLEY and ROLLAND WOOD is:

    1. JANE CONLEY WOOD, b. 1932, Illinois.







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