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ALTA BLAIR, daughter of HARRISON PERRY BLAIR and GILLY ANN ROBINSON, was born in November of 1891 in Kentucky, died December 4, 1965 in Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married SELDON SCOFIELD SMITH, son of WILLIAM L. SMITH and SARAH "SALLIE" PRICE, December 24, 1912 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born September 13, 1893 in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky, died in August 3, 1960 in Greenup County, Kentucky, and is buried in Music Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on pages 395, 426, & 443 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 Sallie Price, daughter of Martin Luther Price and Exer Preston, married William Smith, and that their children were Seldon Smith (married Alta Blair), Priscilla Smith (married Leffy Hobson), Scott Smith (married May Hager), "Shug" Smith, and Musro Smith. It also says:

     ""Mr. and Mrs. Smith lived at East Point. She died many years ago and Mr. Smith married again to Mrs. Anna Johnson. They lived at West Van Lear, where Mr. Smith conducted a wholesale establishment and a garage. They separated and Mr. Smith married again and now lives on a farm in Ohio. Seldon lives at West Van Lear. His wife Alta was a teacher in the schools of Johnson County."

Sarah "Sallie" Price was the sister of James M. Price and Nancy Jane "Nannie" Price.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, William L. Smith (age 18) married Sallie Price (age 17) on July 21, 1892 in Johnson County.

According to his obituary in 1934, "W. L. Smith, age about 70 years, died Wednesday of last week at his home in Ohio. He had been in declining health for the past two or three years, but had been ill only a short time before his death. Mr. Smith was a former citizen of Johnson County, and for years was known as one of the county’s leading businessmen. He had been engaged in various lines of business. For years he conducted the Van Lear Wholesale Company at West Van Lear with branch houses at Riceville and Ivyton. He disposed of his business at West Van Lear and purchased a good farm in Ohio and retired to farm life and was making a success of farming activities. The body was brought to East Point, his former home, where funeral services and burial took place last Friday afternoon. A number of friends and relatives from Ohio attended the funeral and burial. Besides his widow he is survived by four children. Seldon Smith, of West Van Lear, is a son of Mr. Smith." (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary in 1935, "Mercurial Smith [Virgil Murcurial Smith], 29, of West Van Lear, died at the Paintsville Hospital early Monday morning as a result of knife wounds, alleged to have been received in a fight at West Van Lear Saturday night. He was rushed to the hospital immediately but his condition was so serious that little hope was held for his recovery. Funeral services were held at the home of his brother Seldon Smith at West Van Lear Tuesday afternoon and burial was in the cemetery at East Point. Henry Brown Richmond, alleged to be one of the participants in the fight in which Smith was injured, is being held under bond of $10,000 on a charge of murder in connection with the death. According to reports, Richmond gave himself up to Sheriff Fred Adams without a warrant and came before the Johnson Circuit Court and was arraigned before the grand jury which was in session. The grand jury returned an indictment for the murder and trial has been set for Friday, February 15, before J. F. Bailey. Little definite information concerning the altercation could be gotten, but it is said that several others were involved in a fight on the highway near the depot at West Van Lear. Richmond, it is said, received a badly cut hand in the same affray and was taken to the Paintsville Hospital to have his hand dressed. No other arrests have been made." (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Selden Smith (age 19) married Alta Blair (age 19) on December 24, 1912 in Johnson County.

When Selden Scofield Smith's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a shipping clerk working for a wholesale grocer in West Van Lear, that he was married and had a child, and that he was born September 13, 1893 in East Point, Kentucky. He was found to be tall and slender, and he had blue eyes and light-brown hair.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, including a photo of their headstone, shows that Alta B. Smith lived from 1893 to 1965, and was buried in Music Hyden Cemetery in Hager Hill, and that Seldon S. Smith lived from 1893 to 1960, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Alta Smith died December 4, 1965 in Boyd County at the age of 72. She was living in Greenup County at the time of her death.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Selden Smith died August 3, 1960 in Greenup County at the age of 66. He was living in Greenup County at the time of his death.

On page 13 of the 1900 census for District 38 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 6, 1900), William Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #127, he's a farmer, born in April of 1874 in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, married for 7 years, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are Sallie (wife, born in July of 1875 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 7 years, she's given birth to 4 children and all are still living, age 24), Selden S. (son, born in September of 1894 in Kentucky, age 5), S. Stanley (son, born in December of 1895 in Kentucky, age 4), Priscilla (daughter, born in September of 1897 in Kentucky, age 2), and Eieer [daughter Lydia E. in the 1910 census] (son, born in March of 1898 in Kentucky, age 2).

On page 24 of the 1910 census for District 65 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 28, 1910), William L. Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #182, he's a lumberman, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, 2nd marriage, married for 4 years, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are Anna (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, 2nd marriage, married for 4 years, she's given birth to 6 children and all are still living, age 39), Seldon S. (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 16), S. Stanly (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 15), Precilla (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 13), Lydia E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 11), Virgil M. (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 4), Gracie Johnson (step-daughter, born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 17), Virgia Johnson (step-daughter, born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 15), Jim Johnson (step-daughter [sic], born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 13), Willie Johnson (step-son, born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 11), Alvis Johnson (step-son, born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 8), and Elvay Johnson (step-daughter, born in Kentucky, father born in Missouri, mother born in Kentucky, age 5).

On page 24 of the 1920 census for District 29 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 13, 1920), Seldon Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #238, he's a fireman for the railroad, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are Alta (wife, school teacher, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 26), and Wm. H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 6).

On page 6 of the 1930 census for District 58-2 (West Van Lear) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 5, 1930), Selden S. Smith is listed as the head of the household for house #60, he's an engineer for the steam railroad, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 19, and he's 35 years old. Also listed rae Alta (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 19, age 35), William H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), and Charles D. (son, born in Kentucky, age 7).

    The children of ALTA BLAIR and SELDON SMITH are:

    1. WILLIAM H. SMITH, b. November 20, 1913, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown).
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, William H. Smith was born November 20, 1913 in Johnson County to Alta Blair.
    2. CHARLES D. SMITH, b. July 20, 1922, West Van Lear, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. October 5, 1990, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Flatwoods, Greenup County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Charles D. Smith was born July 20, 1922 in Johnson County to Alta Blair.
      According to his obituary, Charles D. Smith, son of the late Selden and Alta Blair Smith of Flatwoods, Kentucky, was a graduate of Paintsville High School, Pikeville College and the Electrical Engineering School of the University of Kentucky, and a retired Ashland, Kentucky, businessman. He was employed by the General Electric Company in Chicago, Illinois, before opening his C.M.F. business in Ashland. Also, he served in the Army as PFC First Class and during World War II. He was born July 5, 1922 in West Van Lear, died October 5, 1990, and was interred in Flatwoods Cemetery. He was survived by his sister-in-law, Mrs. William H. Smith. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)







ROSA MAE BLAIR, daughter of HARRISON PERRY BLAIR and GILLY ANN ROBINSON, was born June 5, 1897 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died January 8, 1980 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, and is buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married ALPHONZO "PHONZO" MCCLOUD, son of GEORGE W. MCCLOUD and ANGELINE COFFEE, January 7, 1914 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born July 13, 1890 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, died September 7, 1950 in Van Wert County, Ohio, and is buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 332 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 Phonzo McCloud was born July 13, 1890 and married May Blair, daughter of H. P. Blair on January 7, 1914. She was born June 5, 1897. Their children were Nell McCloud (b. April 29, 1915), Darwin Fleming McCloud (b. July 20, 1916), George Perry McCloud (b. October 13, 1920), and Phonzo McCloud Jr. (b. March 8, 1925). It also says:

     "Phonzo McCloud is a telegraph operator, having been with the C. & O. Railroad Company for many years. He is a young business man and interested in education and in the advancement of his town. He is school trustee for his home district which is at West Van Lear, Kentucky."

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Phonzo McCloud (operator, father b. Virginia, mother b. Johnson County, age 23) married May Blair (father b. Johnson County, age 16) on January 7, 1914 in Johnson County.

When Phonzo McCloud's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a telegraph operator for Western Union, that he was married and had 2 children, and that he was born July 13, 1890 in Paintsville, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and build, and he had dark brown eyes and black hair.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website along with photos of their headstones shows that Rosy Mae McCloud lived from June 5, 1897 to January 8, 1980, and was buried in Wells-Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and that Phonzo McCloud lived from 1890 to 1950, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to her obituary, Rosy Blair McCloud (age 82), daughter of Harrison Perry and Gilley Ann Blair and a retired post office worker, was born June 5, 1897 in Johnson County, died January 8, 1980 in Nashville, Tennessee, and was buried in Wells Buckingham Cemetery in Paintsville. She preceded in death by her husband, Alphonzo McCloud. She was survived by 2 sons, George Perry McCloud (of Aberdeen, Maryland) and Alphonzo McCloud Jr. (Englewood, Ohio); 1 daughter, Nell Corder (Nashville, Tennessee); 6 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary, Alphonso McCloud was a retired railroad operator. He died September 7, 1950 in St. Francis Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, as a result of injuries he suffered when he was struck by an automobile 2 weeks earlier. He and his son were crossing a street when a driver ran a red light and hit and injuring them both. He was buried in Wells Cemetery in Paintsville. He was preceded in death by 1 son, 1st Lieutenant Darvin McCloud, who was killed in World War II. He was survived by his wife, Rosie May McCloud; 2 sons, George Perry McCloud (of West Van Lear, Kentucky) and Alphonso McCloud (West Van Lear); and 1 daughter, Mrs. Nelle McCloud Corder. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Alphonse Mccloud died September 7, 1950 in Van Wert.

On page 32 of the 1920 census for District 29 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 17, 1920), Fonzo McCloud is listed as the head of the household for house #314, he's a telegraph operator for C & O Railroad, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 29 years old. Also listed are May (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 22), Nell (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4), and Darwin F. (son, born in Kentucky, age 3).

On page 2 of the 1930 census for District 58-2 (West Van Lear) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 3, 1930), Alphonso McCloud is listed as the head of the household for house #18, he's a telegrapher for the steam railroad, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 23, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are May R. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 16, age 32), Nell (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Darwin L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 10), George P. (son, born in Kentucky, age 10), and Alponso [sic] (son, born in Kentucky, age 5).

On page 16 of the 1940 census for District 58-5 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 10, 1940), Phonzo McCloud is listed as the head of the household for house #130, he's an agent for the steam railroad, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of high school, and he's 49 years old. Also listed are Mae (wife, postmaster at the post office, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 42), and Phonzo Jr. (son, born in Kentucky, age 15).

    The children of ROSA BLAIR and PHONZO MCCLOUD are:

    1. NELL MCCLOUD, b. April 29, 1915, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. J. E. CORDER.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Nelle McCloud was born April 29, 1915 in Johnson County to Rosa Blair.
    2. DARWIN FLEMING MCCLOUD, b. July 20, 1916, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. April 16, 1945, Honshu Island, Japan, m. MARY MUNSON.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Darvin F. McCloud was born July 20, 1916 in Johnson County to Rosa Blair.
      According to his obituary, 1st Lt. Darvin F. McCloud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonzo McCloud of West Van Lear, was killed in action Honshu Island, Japan, on April 16, 1945 while serving as a navigator on a B-29. In addition to his parents, he was survived by his wife, Mary Munson McCloud; 2 brothers, George P. McCloud and Alphonzo McCloud Jr.; and 1 sister, Mrs. J. E. Corder. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    3. GEORGE PERRY MCCLOUD, b. October 13, 1920, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, George P. McCloud was born October 13, 1920 in Johnson County to Rosa Blair.
    4. ALPHONZO MCCLOUD JR., b. March 8, 1925, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. August 9, 2005, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Alphonzo McCloud was born March 8, 1925 in Johnson County to Rosy Blair.
      According to World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945, found on Ancestry.com, Seaman 2nd Class Alphonzo McCloud Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonzo McCloud of West Van Lear, was injured in World War II.
      According to Social Security death record transcripts, Alphonzo McCloud was born March 8, 1925, and died August 9, 2005. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.







DOROTHY JUNE "JUNE" BLAIR, daughter of HARRISON PERRY BLAIR and GILLY ANN ROBINSON, was born November 2, 1900 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died September 13, 1958 in Lick Fork, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Fitzpatrick Cemetery in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married MARTIN LUTHER "LUTHER" FITZPATRICK, son of CHARLES FITZPATRICK JR. and DOLLY SPEARS, January 15, 1916 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He was born April 13, 1895 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died October 6, 1981 in Flatwoods, Greenup County, Kentucky, and is buried in Fitzpatrick Cemetery in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Martin Luther Fitzpatrick was the brother of Lillie Fitzpatrick.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Luther Fitzpatrick (age 19) married June Blair (age 16) on January 15, 1916 in Johnson County.

When Luther Fitzpatrick'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 Hager Hill, Kentucky, that he was married, and that he was born April 13, 1896 in East Point, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and build, and he had light blue eyes and light brown hair.

According to her obituary, Dorothy June Blair Fitzpatrick (age 56), daughter of Harry and Anna Robinson Blair, was a life-long resident of Lick Fork, Kentucky. She was born November 2, 1900 in Lick Fork, died September 13, 1958 at home in Lick Fork following an illness of 2 years, and was buried in Fitzpatrick Cemetery in East Point. She was survived by her husband, Luther Fitzpatrick; 3 sons, Luther Fitzpatrick Jr. (of Franklin, Ohio), John L. Fitzpatrick (Franklin, Ohio), and Walter C. Fitzpatrick (East Point); 3 daughters, Mrs. Darlene Blair (West Van Lear), Mrs. Lorene Taylor (South Point, Ohio), and Mrs. Flossie George (East Point); and 4 sisters, Mrs. Frank Blair (West Van Lear), Mrs. May McCloud (West Van Lear), Mrs. Alta Smith (Flatwoods, Kentucky), and Mrs. Laura Rice (Ashland, Kentucky). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Dorthy J. Fitzpatrick died September 13, 1958 in Johnson County at the age of 57. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

According to his obituary, Martin Luther Fitzpatrick (age 86), son of Charles and Dolly Spears Fitzpatrick, was a retired coal miner. He was born April 13, 1895 in Johnson County, died October 6, 1981 at home in Flatwoods following an extended illness, and was buried in Fitzpatrick Cemetery in East Point. He was survived by 3 sons, Luther Fitzpatrick Jr. (of Franklin, Ohio), Walter Fitzpatrick (Warsaw, Indiana), and John Fitzpatrick (East Point); 3 daughters, Lela Darlene Blair (Miamisburg, Ohio), Lillie Lorene Taylor (Flatwoods), and Flossie Eilene George (Mt. Sterling); 32 grandchildren; 80 great-grandchildren; and 6 great-great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, including a photo of his headstone, shows that Luther Fitzpatrick lived from 1895 to 1981, and was buried in Fitzpatrick Cemetery in East Point. His son John, and John's wife, Mildred, are buried in the same cemetery.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Martin L. Fitzpatrick died October 6, 1981 in Greenup County at the age of 86. He was living in Greenup County at the time of his death.

On pages 3 & 4 of the 1900 census for District 39 (Magisterial District No. 2) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 2, 1900), Charley Fitzpatrick is listed as the head of the household for house #28, he's a farmer, born in May of 1855 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 17 years, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Dolly (wife, born in May of 1872 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 17 years, age 28), Elzie (son, born in June of 1890 in Kentucky, age 9), Mahala J. (daughter, born in January of 1894 in Kentucky, age 6), Martin L. (son, born in August of 1896 in Kentucky, age 3), Lilly (daughter, born in April of 1898 in Kentucky, age 2), Elizabeth (adopted daughter, born in May of 1888 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 12), Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (mother-in-law, married, born in May of 1840 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 40 years, age 60), and Mary Fitzpatrick (boarder, single, born in March of 1860 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 40).

On pages 1 & 2 of the 1910 census for District 67 (Magisterial District No. 2) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 16, 1910), Charlie Fitzpatrick Jr. is listed as the head of the household for house #8, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 22 years, and he's 52 years old. Also listed are Dolly (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 9 children and 7 are still living, age 37), Elzie H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Mahala J. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 17), Luther (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), an unreadable child that must have been Lillie, Stella Fitzpatrick (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Marcus (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), Garlin D. [Garland D.] (son, born in Kentucky, age 10 months), and John Milam (nephew, single, laborer doing odd jobs, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 28). John Milam married Nancy Dale, daughter of Arther Dale and Heresy Louisa Cole.

On page 19 of the 1920 census for District 38 (Jennies Creek) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 19, 1920), Luther Fitchpatrick is listed as the head of the household for house #182, he's a farmer [hard to read], born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 22 years old. Also listed are June (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 19), Luther Jr. (son, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 6 months), and Anna Blair (mother-in-law, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 50).

On page 18 of the 1930 census for District 58-6 (Magisterial District No. 2) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 14, 1930), Luther Fitz is listed as the head of the household for house #164, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 19, and he's 34 years old. Also listed are June (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 15, age 30), Luther Jr. (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Walter C. (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), Darlene (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Lorine (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), Johnie J. (son, born in Kentucky, age 3 years 4 months), and Flossie A. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11 months).

On page 35 of the 1940 census for District 58-5 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 22, 1940), Luther Fitch is listed as the head of the household for house #306, he's a post maker in the coal mines, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 4th grade education, and he's 43 years old. Also listed are June (wife, born in Kentucky, 4th grade education, age 39), Luther Jr. (son, single, post maker in the coal mines, born in Kentucky, age 21), Darleen (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 17), Lorene (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 16), Johnie (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Flossie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Walter C. (son, married, truck driver, born in Kentucky, 5th grade education, age 19), and Bessie (daughter-in-law, married, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 7th grade education, age 15).

    The children of JUNE BLAIR and LUTHER FITZPATRICK are:

    1. LUTHER FITZPATRICK JR., b. June 14, 1918, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Luther Fitzpatrick was born June 14, 1918 in Johnson County to June Blair.
    2. WALTER C. FITZPATRICK, b. 1921, Kentucky.
    3. LELA DARLENE FITZPATRICK, b. 1922, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) BLAIR.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Darlen Fitzpatrick was born in Johnson County to Dorothy J. Blair.
    4. LILLIE LORENE FITZPATRICK, b. 1924, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. BENNIE TAYLOR, son of DOLLIE CONLEY and OSCAR MARK "OTT" TAYLOR.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Lillie L. Fitzpatrick was born in Johnson County to June Blair.
    5. JOHN J. FITZPATRICK, b. December 17, 1926, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. June 10, 1995, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, buried in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. MILDRED MCCLOUD, daughter of HERSCHEL MCCLOUD and NEVA LEE CASTLE.
      Notes: According to his obituary, John J. Fitzpatrick (age 68), son of the late Luther and June Blair Fitzpatrick, was a mechanic and a veteran of World War II. He was born December 17, 1926 in Johnson County, died June 10, 1995 in Highlands Regional Medical Center, and was buried in the family cemetery in East Point. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 1 brother, Walter. He was survived by his wife, Mildred McCloud Fitzpatrick; 2 sons, Gary Fitzpatrick (of Thelma, Kentucky) and Larry Fitzpatrick (Blaine, Kentucky); 3 daughters, Mary Gasnell (East Point), Kimberly Ramey (East Point), and Teresa Cisco (Wabash, Indiana); 1 brother, Luther Fitzpatrick (Franklin, Ohio); 3 sisters, Flossie George (Mt. Sterling), Lorene Taylor (Flatwoods), and Darleen Blair (Miamisburg, Ohio); 19 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    6. FLOSSIE EILENE FITZPATRICK, b. 1928, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) GEORGE.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Flossie Ilene Fitzpatrick was born in Johnson County to Dorthy J. Blair.







MORRIS JACKSON, son of JAMES FRANK JACKSON and ANNA CATHARINE "KATE" HOOD, was born June 15, 1896 in Ivyton, Magoffin County, Kentucky. He married CORA A. SWIM, daughter of SAMUEL SWIM and MANDA (unknown last name), about 1920. She was born about 1905 in Kentucky.

Notes: Information on Morris Jackson can be found on page 154 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Manda's maiden name was possibly Collins. Her race is listed as black in the 1900 census and Samuel as white (page 45 of the 1900 census for District 29 (Olive Hill) in Carter County, Kentucky), and they are living close to a number of Collins families. In addition, there is an uncle named Frank Collins living with the family in 1910 and in 1930 daughter Cora's family has a Thelva Collins living with them.

When Morris Jackson's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1918 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, he stated that he was employed by Frank Jackson of Ivyton, Kentucky, that his closest relative was Frank Jackson, that his father was born in Riceville, Kentucky, and that he was born June 15, 1896 in Ivyton, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and slender build, and he had blue eyes and brown hair. Not being able to read or write, he signed the card with an "X."

On page 52 of the 1910 census for District 38 (Grayson) in Carter County, Kentucky (dated May 2, 1910), Sam Swim is listed as the head of the household for house #232, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 11 years, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Manda (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 6 children and 3 are still living, age 28), Mary D. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Cora A. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), Anna (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2), and Frank Collins (uncle, widowed, not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 54).

On page 29 of the 1920 census for District 20 (Logan) in Logan County, West Virginia (dated January 16, 1920), Sam Swim is listed as the head of the household for house #196, he's a coal miner, widowed, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 57 years old. Also listed are May D. (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 17), Cora A. (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 15), Ina (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 12), and Jimmie (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 10).

On page 14 of the 1930 census for District 23-4 (Chapmanville) in Logan County, West Virginia (dated April 21, 1930), Morris Jackson is listed as the head of the household for house #118, he's a coal miner, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 24, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Cora (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 13, age 24), Woodrow (son, born in West Virginia, age 7), George (son, born in West Virginia, age 6), Mason (son, born in West Virginia, age 4), Hazel (daughter, born in West Virginia, age 1), and Thelva Collins (lodger, female, born in West Virginia, parents born in Kentucky, age 14).

    The children of MORRIS JACKSON and CORA SWIM are:

    1. WOODROW JACKSON, b. 1923, West Virginia.
    2. GEORGE JACKSON, b. 1924, West Virginia.
    3. MASON JACKSON, b. 1926, West Virginia.
    4. HAZEL JACKSON, b. 1929, West Virginia.







ELLIS WILLIAMS, son of SERENA SAYLOR and JAMES E. WILLIAMS, was born about 1904 in Kentucky. He married BESSIE L. RAMEY, daughter of ASA JACK RAMEY and MYRTLE RICE, about 1921. She was born about 1903 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died October 18, 1932 in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky. Ellis Williams married (2) FLORENCE BROWN. She was born about 1921 in Kentucky.

Notes: Information on Bessie Ramey can be found on page 471 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall.

According to her death certificate, Bessie Ramey Williams died October 18, 1932 in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, from dropsy. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Johnson County, her age as 28 years 1 month, her marital status as married, her husband as Elis Williams, her parents as Aca Ramey (b. Riceville) and Mirtie Rice (b. Riceville), the informant as Aca Ramey of Riceville, and the burial place as Riceville.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Bessie Williams died October 18, 1932 in Johnson County at the age of 28.

On page 11 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 8, 1930), Ellis Williams is listed as the head of the household for house #83, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 18, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are Bessie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 27), Henry H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 6), Willie T. (son, born in Kentucky, age 4 years 1 month), and Thelma R. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10 months). They are living next to Bessie's father and step-mother.

On page 8 of the 1940 census for District 58-9 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 12, 1940), Ellis Williams is listed as the head of the household for house #57, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 3rd grade education, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are Florence (wife, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 4th grade education, age 19), Henry Hershel (son, born in Kentucky, age 16), William T. (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Thelma Ruth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Troy Lee (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Anna May (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3 months). They are living next to Ellis' 1st wife's parents.

    The children of ELLIS WILLIAMS and BESSIE RAMEY are:

    1. HENRY HERSHEL WILLIAMS, b. July 1, 1923, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. October 17, 2004, Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Riceville, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. DOROTHY VANDERPOOL.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Henry H. Williams was born July 1, 1923 in Johnson County to Bessie Ramey.
      According to his obituary, Henry H. Williams (age 81), son of the late Ellis and Bessie Ramey Williams, was a retired steel worker for National Tube in Loraine, Ohio. He was born July 1, 1923 in Johnson County, died October 17, 2004 at home in Riceville, and was buried in the family cemetery in Riceville. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Vanderpool Williams; 1 brother, Tommy Williams; and 1 sister, Thelma Cline. He was survived by 1 son, Ronnie Williams (of Hippo); 2 daughters, Cherly Winland (West Virginia) and Rita Spencer (West Virginia); 1 brother, Troy Williams (Virginia); 1 half-brother, Randall "Randy" Williams (Virginia); 3 half-sisters, Anna Mae (Texas), Mary (Ohio), and Susie (Ohio); 9 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    2. WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS, b. 1926, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: In his brother Henry's obituary, Tommy Williams is listed as a brother who preceded Henry in death. This was possibly Willie T. Williams.
      According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Willie T. Williams was born in Johnson County to Bessie Ramey.
    3. THELMA RUTH WILLIAMS, b. 1929, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) CLINE.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Thelma R. Williams was born in Johnson County to Bessie Ramey.
    4. TROY LEE WILLIAMS, b. 1932, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Troy Williams was born in Johnson County to Bessie Ramey.

    The children of ELLIS WILLIAMS and FLORENCE BROWN are:

    1. ANNA MAY WILLIAMS, b. 1939, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Annie M. Williams was born in Johnson County to Florence Brown.
    2. VERLIE B. WILLIAMS, b. Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Verlie B. Williams was born in Johnson County to Florence Brown.
    3. RANDALL WILLIAMS.
    4. MARY WILLIAMS.
    5. SUSIE WILLIAMS.







LESLIE SAYLOR, son of SHELLIE CONLEY and SOLOMON SAYLOR, was born November 29, 1909 in Kentucky, and died December 13, 1987 in Bellafontaine, Logan County, Ohio. He married CLARA ESTA "ESTA" WILLIAMS, daughter of SERENA SAYLOR and JAMES E. WILLIAMS, about 1928. She was born September 8, 1908 in Kentucky, and died December 22, 1993 in Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio.

Notes: In the 1910 census in Leslie Saylor's family, there is a child that is 1 year old and his name is Jimie. In 1920 the oldest child is Leslie and he's 10 years old. Social Security records show that Leslie was born November 29, 1909.

In the 1910 census in Esta Williams' family, there is a child that is 2 years old her name is Clara. In the 1920 census there is a child (found with James and his 2nd wife) and her name is Mary. Esta doesn't appear in the census reports, and her birth date is listed as September 25, 1907 in Social Security records and as September 8, 1908 in Ohio death record transcripts. Kentucky birth record transcripts show that Beatrice Saylor was born to Clara E. Williams.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Leslie Saylor was born November 29, 1909, and died December 13, 1987. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in De Graff, Logan County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Leslie Saylor was born about 1909 in Kentucky, and died December 13, 1987 in Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine, Logan County, at the age of 78. He was married at the time of his death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Esta Saylor was born September 25, 1907, and died December 22, 1993. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Esta C. Williams Saylor was born September 25, 1907, and died December 22, 1993 in Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine, Logan County, at the age of 85. Her father's surname is listed as Williams, her mother's maiden name as Saylor, and she was widowed at the time of her death.

On page 17 of the 1930 census for District 77-5 (Magisterial District No. 2) in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated April 12, 1930), Lleslie Saylor is listed as the head of the household for house #164, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 19, and he's 21 years old. Also listed is Estie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 20). They are living next to Esta's brother, Ollie.

On page 31 of the 1940 census for District 77-5 in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated April 24, 1940), Leslie Saylor is listed as the head of the household for house #232, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 3rd grade education, and he's 30 years old. Also listed are Esta (wife, born in Kentucky, 4th grade education, age 32), Alvin (son, born in Kentucky, age 8), Beatrice (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), Geneva (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4), and Betty Gene (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 1).

    The children of LESLIE SAYLOR and ESTA WILLIAMS are:

    1. ALVIN SAYLOR, b. 1932, Kentucky.
    2. BEATRICE SAYLOR, b. 1933, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to one Kentucky birth record transcript, Beatrice Saylor was born in Magoffin County to Clara E. Williams. According to another, Betress Saylor was born on the same day in Johnson County to Esto Williams.
    3. GENEVA SAYLOR, b. 1936, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Geneva Saylor was born in Magoffin County to Esta Williams.
    4. BETTY GENE SAYLOR, b. 1939, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Betty G. Saylor was born in Magoffin County to Esta Williams.







WILLIAM PATRICK MACIEL, son of LINDA CAROL CONLEY and WILLIAM MACIEL, married (1) SANDY (unknown last name) (divorced). He married (2) BRANDY (unknown last name) (divorced). He married (3) ELAINE PROFANT.

    The child of PATRICK MACIEL and SANDY (unknown last name) is:

    1. SEHOYA RAIN MACIEL.

    The child of PATRICK MACIEL and BRANDY (unknown last name) is:

    1. KIRIN AUREALIS MACIEL.







CARLY MARIE ROBERTS, daughter of JACQUELIN MARIE CONLEY and JACK EDWARD ROBERTS, married BRYAN MOATS.

    The children of CARLY ROBERTS and BRYAN MOATS are:

    1. LILLIAN MARIE MOATS.
    2. QUINTIN MOATS.







NANCY JANE ADAMS, daughter of SARAH CAUDILL and DANIEL RICHARD ADAMS, was born in November of 1875 in Kentucky. She met (1) NOAH CONLEY. She married (2) JAMES W. HALL on March 22, 1899 in Magoffin County, Kentucky. She married (3) ZEPHANIAH CLINTON "CLINTON" BORDERS. She married (4) ALBERT CRACE. She married (5) BENJAMIN F. SAYLOR. He was born November 15, 1885 in Kentucky.

Notes: According to Kentucky marriage records, James W. Hall married Nancy J. Adams on March 22, 1899 in Magoffin County at the home of Daniel Adams. The witnesses were Smith Adams and Henry Adams, and the minister was N. Crace.

Whether Nancy Jane Adams and Clinton Borders or Albert Crace were actually married hasn't been confirmed.

Albert Crace was possibly the Albert Crace who married Lillie Jackson and Clara Litteral.

Nancy Adams is found living with her parents in 1900, she's married, and her last name is Hall. There are 2 children listed as the granddaughters of Nancy's parents living there, and they have the last name of Adams. By the process of elimination, it can be determined that those 2 children belong to Nancy. When the older daughter, Josephine, died in 1922, her parents are listed as Noah Conley and Mary Jane Adams on her death certificate. The only real proof that this Josephine was the daughter of Nancy is the fact that her name is listed as both Josie Adams and Josie Conley on different documents. There was only one Noah Conley found in the area at the time, and he was the son of William Smith Conley and Rebecca Caudill.

When Benjamin Saylor'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 miner working for Green Rock Coal company in Riceville, Johnson County, that his closest relative as Mrs. Nancy J. Saylor of Riceville, and that he was born November 15, 1885. He was found to be of medium height and slender build, and he had blue eyes, dark brown hair, and a stiff hip and underdeveloped left leg.

On page 48 of the 1900 census for District 53 (Salyersville) in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated June 25, 1900), Daniel Adams is listed as the head of the household for house #416, he's a farmer, born in April of 1841 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 32 years, and he's 59 years old. Also listed are Sarah (wife, born in June of 1841 in Kentucky, she's given birth to 9 children and all are still living, age 58), William (son, widowed, day laborer, born in August of 1873 in Kentucky, age 26), Wilson (son, born in April of 1881 in Kentucky, age 19), Henry (son, born in April of 1883 in Kentucky, age 17), Kelley (son, born in May of 1886 in Kentucky, age 14), Nancey Hall (daughter, married, born in November of 1875 in Kentucky, married for 0 years, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 24), Josephine Adams (granddaughter, born in May of 1894 in Kentucky, age 6), and Julia Adams (granddaughter, born in December of 1896 in Kentucky, age 3). They are living next to daughter Stella.

On page 12 of the 1900 census for District 54 (Bloomington) in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated June 7, 1900), Smith Adams is listed as the head of the household for house #98, he's a farmer, born in April of 1871 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 0 years, and he's 29 years old. Also listed are Dora (wife, born in February of 1876 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 0 years, she hasn't had any children, age 24), Rosa (mother, married, born in October of 1855 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 30 years, she's given birth to 8 children and all are still living, age 45), Alex (brother, single, farm laborer, born in January of 1876 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 24), Lissia (sister, born in October of 1886 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 13), John (brother, born in December of 1888 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 11), Josia (sister, born in September of 1891 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 8), Calloway (brother, born in May of 1894 in Kentucky, age 6), and James Hall (boarder, married, farm laborer, born in July of 1878 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 0 years, age 21).

On page 8 of the 1910 census for District 102 (Salyersville) in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated April 20, 1910), Nancy J. Adams is listed as the head of the household for house #68, she's a farmer, single, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and she's 35 years old. Also listed are Josie (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 15), Julia (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 12), Ducia (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 9), Raney [hard to read] (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 3), and Bessie (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, the age box is blank).

On page 2 of the 1920 census for District 40 (Riceville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 22 & 23, 1920), Benjamin Saylor is listed as the head of the household for house #11, he's working for the railroad, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Nancy J. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 43). Rainey [Raney Conley] (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Bessie [Bessie Borders] (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), Floyd [Floyd Crace] (son, born in Kentucky, age 6), and Lloyd [Lloyd Saylor] (son, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 11 months).

On page 34 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 24, 1930), Ben F. Sayler is listed as the head of the household for house #271, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 29, and he's 43 years old. Also listed are Nancy J. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 25, age 53), Lloyd Sayler (son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 12), and Floyd Crace (step-son, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 16).

On page 7 of the 1940 census for District 66-16 (Seal Township) in Pike County, Ohio (dated April 10, 1940), Earl W. Ritchie is listed as the head of the household for house #48, he's a farm laborer, single, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 3rd grade education, and he's 65 years old. Also listed are Edward (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, 4 years of high school, age 21), Nancy J. Sailor (sister-in-law, single, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 3rd grade education, age 65), and Floyd Sailor (nephew, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, 5th grade education, age 27).

    The child of NANCY ADAMS and NOAH CONLEY is:

    1. JOSEPHINE "JOSIE" ADAMS, b. May 5, 1894, Magoffin County, Kentucky, d. July 22, 1922, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. NATHANIEL GIBSON.

    The children of NANCY ADAMS and (unknown) are:

    1. JULIA ADAMS, b. December 1896, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) RITCHIE.
    2. DUCIA HALL, b. January 1901, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) POE.
    3. RANEY CONLEY, b. January 1907, Kentucky, m. MAUDE MAE WATKINS.

    The child of NANCY ADAMS and CLINT BORDERS is:

    1. BESSIE BORDERS, b. 1910 Kentucky, d. January 1, 1982, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. GRANT BLAIR.

    The child of NANCY ADAMS and ALBERT CRACE is:

    1. FLOYD CRACE, b. July 12, 1913, Kentucky, d. August 5, 1996, Piketon, Pike County, Ohio, buried in Piketon, Pike County, Ohio, m. GENEVA HELLEN MILLER, 1944. She was b. February 8, 1919, d. December 10, 1972, buried in Piketon, Pike County, Ohio.
      Notes: According to Ohio death record transcripts, Floyd Crace was born July 12, 1913 in Kentucky, and died August 5, 1996 in a long-term care facility in Pike County at the age of 83. His father's surname is listed as Crace, his mother's maiden name as Adams, and he was widowed at the time of his death.
      According to a partial transcript of his obituary, Floyd Crace, son of Albert and Nancy, was born July 12, 1913, and died August 5, 1996 in Piketon, Ohio. He married Geneva Hellen Miller in 1944.
      A photo of their headstone in Mound Cemetery in Piketon, Ohio, shows that Floyd Crace lived from July 12, 1913 to August 5, 1996, and that Geneva H. Crace from February 8, 1919 to December 10, 1972.

    The child of NANCY ADAMS and BEN SAYLOR is:

    1. LLOYD SAYLOR, b. March 1918, m. LOONEY (unknown last name).

    (This information comes from Christine Conley Staib and other sources)







CHRISTOPHER CONLEY, son of MARVIN EUGENE "GENE" CONLEY and SUSAN LOUISE MOOTZ, married JENNIFER (unknown last name).

    The children of CHRISTOPHER CONLEY and JENNIFER (unknown last name) are:

    1. AIDAN WILLIAM CONLEY.
    2. KEELEY JANE CONLEY.







CYNTHIA IDA "IDA" HOWARD, daughter of CAROLINE CONLEY and GEORGE WASHINGTON HOWARD, was born April 28, 1886 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, died September 28, 1975 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married (1) WILLIAM RANSOM PICKLESIMER, son of NATHANIEL PICKLESIMER and ASCENTHA LUCINA SALYER, October 17, 1906. He was born January 23, 1867 in Kentucky, died October 17, 1945 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married (2) ALONZO "CUB" WITTEN, son of JAMES WITTEN and ANNA WHEELER. He was born June 8, 1888 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died July 29, 1965 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. William Picklesimer married (1) MARTILLA "TEALY" MCCARTY.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 106 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website and a photo of their headstone shows that Ida Witten lived from 1886 to 1975, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and that Cub Witten lived from 1888 to 1965, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to her obituary, Cynthia Ida Howard Picklesimer Witten (age 89), daughter of the late George Washington and Caroline Conley Howard, was born April 28, 1886 in Magoffin County, died September 28, 1975 in a local Johnson County hospital after an extended illness, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville. She was preceded in death by her husband, C. W. "Cub" Witten, in 1965. She was survived by 3 sons, Paris Picklesimer (of Waldo, Ohio), Payne Picklesimer (Dayton, Ohio), and Proctor Picklesimer (Brooklyn Park, Maryland); 7 daughters, Mrs. Dudley Robinson, Mrs. Paul Wood, Mrs. Charles Wood, and Mrs. Robert Alexander (all of Indianapolis, Indiana), Mrs. Wilbur Roberts (Bloomington, Ohio), Mrs. Sam Patrick and Mrs. Paul Prater (both of Paintsville); 4 step-sons, Richard Witten (Logan, West Virginia), James Witten (Taylor, Michigan), Charles Witten (Detroit, Michigan), and Homer Witten (Hazel Park, Michigan); 3 step-daughters, Anna Daniels (Tutor Key), Minnie Patrick (Morehead), and Loretta Sparks (Detroit, Michigan); and 3 sisters, Mrs. Jim Fairchild (Oil Springs), Mrs. Bill Conley (Oak Hill, Ohio), and Mrs. Milligan Williams (Columbus, Ohio). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Ida Witten was born April 28, 1886, and died in September of 1975. She received her Social Security card in 1964 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Cynthia I. Witten died September 28, 1975 in Johnson County at the age of 89. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

According to his obituary, William R. Picklesimer (age 78 years, 8 months, and 24 days), son of Dr. Nathaniel and Assentha Salyer Picklesimer, was a resident of Riceville, Kentucky, at the time of his death. He was born January 23, 1867, died October 17, 1945 on his 39th wedding anniversary, and was buried in Picklesimer Cemetery in Barnetts Creek. He was preceded in death by 1 daughter, Pruna Katheryn Picklesimer, who died in infancy. He married Syntha Ida Howard on October 17, 1906, and was survived by 10 children from this marriage. 3 sons, Paris Picklesimer (at home), Payne Picklesimer (at home), and Proctor Picklesimer (Baltimore, Maryland); 7 daughters, Prudence, Pauline, Pamalie, and Mrs. George Dull (all of Indianapolis, Indiana), Mrs. Sam Patrick (San Francisco, California), Mrs. Paul Prater (Paintsville), and Mrs. Priscilla Grace McElhaney (Washington Court House, Ohio); and 9 grandchildren. He was also survived by 2 sons from a previous marriage, William Jr. (Lucasville, Ohio) and John M. (Ceredo, West Virginia). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, William R. Picklesimer died October 17, 1945 in Johnson County at the age of 78. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

According to his obituary, Alonzo "Cub" Witten, son of James and Anna Wheeler Witten, was a retired miner, and a resident of Thealka, Kentucky, at the time of his death. He was born June 8, 1888 in Johnson County, and died July 29, 1965 in a local hospital. He was preceded in death by his first wife, June Crider Witten. He was survived by his wife, Cynthia Ida Howard Picklesimer Witten; 4 sons, Richard Witten (of Logan, West Virginia), Homer Witten (Detroit, Michigan), James Witten (Detroit), and Charles Witten (Detroit); 3 daughters, Mrs. Howard Patrick (Morehead, Kentucky), Mrs. Shade Daniel (Tutor Key, Kentucky), and Mrs. Copland Sparks (Detroit); 3 step-sons; 7 step-daughters; 2 brothers, Cue Witten (Ashland, Kentucky) and Frank Witten (Thealka); and 1 sister, Mrs. Milton Meadows (Wittensville). (Taken from the cemetery page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

On page 3 of the 1910 census for District 71 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 16 - 18, 1920), William R. Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #22, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 2nd marriage, married for 3 years, and he's 43 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 3 years, she's given birth to 2 children and both are still living, age 23), Paris (son, born in Kentucky, age 2), and Proctor (son, born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 8 of the 1920 census for District 40 (Riceville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 26 & 27, 1920), William R. Psimer is listed as the head of the household for house #62, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 52 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 33), Paris (son, born in Kentucky, age 12), Proctor (son, born in Kentucky, age 10), Prudence (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), Payne (son, born in Kentucky, age 7), Pearl (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), Pinkie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2 years 11 months) and Priscilla (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2 years 2 months).

On page 15 of the 1930 census for District 58-8 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 10, 1930), W. R. Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #121, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 40, and he's 63 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 20, age 43), Paris (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 22), Proctor (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 21), Prudence (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 19), Payne (son, born in Kentucky, age 17), Pearle [hard to read] (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), Pink (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Priscilla (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Panza [hard to read] (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), Pauline (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4 years 10 months), and Paynalee [hard to read] (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 4 years 10 months).

On page 2 of the 1940 census for District 58-9 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 3, 1940), W. R. Picklesimer is listed as the head of the household for house #12, he's not working, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has no formal education, and he's 73 years old. Also listed are Ida (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 53), Paris (son, single, farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, 8th grade education, age 33), Prudence (daughter, single, housekeeper, born in Kentucky, she was living in Rural Ohio in 1935, 4 years of high school, age 28), Payne (son, single, school bus driver, born in Kentucky, he was living in rural Ohio in 1935, 8th grade education, age 26), Pearl (daughter, single, beautician in a beauty parlor, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 4 years of high school, age 24), Pamblee (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), and Pauline (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14).

    The children of IDA HOWARD and WILLIAM PICKLESIMER are:

    1. PARIS PICKLESIMER, b. 1908, Kentucky.
    2. PROCTOR PICKLESIMER, b. 1909, Kentucky.
    3. PRUDENCE M. PICKLESIMER, b. 1911, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. June 1, 2008, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, m. DUDLEY ROBINSON.
      Notes: According to her obituary, Prudence M. Picklesimer Robinson (age 96), daughter of the late William Ransom and Ida Cynthia Picklesimer, was a secretary for General Motors Corporation for 30 years. She was born in Johnson County, and died June 1, 2008 in Park Health Care Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dudley Robinson; and several brothers and sisters. She was survived by 1 sister, Pamalee Alexander (of Indianapolis, Indiana). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    4. PAYNE J. PICKLESIMER, b. October 16, 1912, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Payne J. Picklesimer was born October 16, 1912 in Johnson County to Cynthia Howard.
    5. PEARL P. PICKLESIMER, b. July 2, 1914, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) WOOD.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Perless P. Picklesimer was born July 2, 1914 in Johnson County to Ida Howard.
    6. PINKIE PICKLESIMER, b. 1916, Kentucky, m. PAUL PRATER.
    7. PRISCILLA GRACE PICKLESIMER, b. October 25, 1917, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (1) (unknown first name) MCELHANEY, m. (2) WILBUR ROBERTS.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Percilla G. Sinner was born October 25, 1917 in Johnson County to Ida Howard.
    8. PANSY L. PICKLESIMER, b. 1921, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. SAM PATRICK.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Pansy L. Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Ida Howard.
    9. PAULINE PICKLESIMER, b. 1925, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) WOOD.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Pauline Picklesimer was born in Johnson County to Ida Howard.
    10. PAMALEE PICKLESIMER, b. 1925, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. ROBERT ALEXANDER.
      Notes: Pauline and Pamalee Picklesimer are twins.
    11. PRUNA KATHERYN PICKLESIMER.
      Notes: Pruna Picklesimer died in infancy.







ELIZABETH "BESS" HOWARD, daughter of CAROLINE CONLEY and GEORGE WASHINGTON HOWARD, was born May 24, 1899 in Kentucky, and died December 17, 1994 in Gallia County, Ohio. She married (1) CHARLIE CONLEY. He was born about 1896 in Kentucky. She married (2) MILLIGAN WILLIAMS, son of LAURA E. RICE and CAMPBELL WILLIAMS, May 24, 1921 in Scott County, Virginia. He was born November 10, 1895 in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky, and died in October of 1969 in Oak Hill, Jackson County, Ohio.

Notes: According to Virginia marriage record transcripts, Bess Howard (b. 1899, Kentucky age 22) married Milligan Williams (b. 1896, Scott County, Virginia, age 25) on May 24, 1921 in Scott County. Bess's father's name is listed as Wash, and her mother's as Caroline. Milligans father's name is listed as Campbell, and his mother's as Laura.

When Milligan William's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a laborer working for W. P. Williams in Flat Gap, Kentucky, that he was single, and that he was born November 9, 1895 in Flat Gap, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and build, and he had black eyes and light-colored hair.

When Milligan Williams' World War II draft registration card was filled out on April 25, 1942 in Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio, he stated that he was working for Wheeling Steel Corporation in New Boston, Scioto County, that the person who would always know his address was Bess Williams of 801 Harding Avenue in Sciotoville, Scioto County, that he was living at 801 Harding Avenue in Sciotoville, and that he was born November 10, 1895 in Scott County, Virginia. He was found to be 5 feet 10 inches tall, he weighed 187 pounds, and he had brown and gray hair, brown eyes, and a ruddy complexion.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Bess Williams was born May 24, 1999, and died December 17, 1994. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Ohio, and her last place of residence was in Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Bess Howard Williams was born May 24, 1899 in Kentucky, and died December 17, 1994 in a long-term care facility in Gallia County at the age of 95. Her father's surname is listed as Howard, her mother's maiden name as Conley, and she was widowed at the time of her death.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Milligan Williams was born November 10, 1895, and died in October of 1969. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Ohio, and his last place of residence was in Oak Hill, Jackson County, Ohio.

On page 5 of the 1920 census for District 68 (Salyersville) Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated January 15, 1920), Charlie Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #57, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 24 years old. Also listed is Bess (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 20).

On page 11 of the 1940 census for District 27-13 (Greenfield Township) in Gallia County, Ohio (dated April 17, 1940), Milligan Williams is listed as the head of the household for house #83, he's a farmer, born in Virginia, he's living in the same house that he was in 1935, he has a 7th grade education, and he's 44 years old. Also listed is Bessie (wife, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same house that she was in 1935, 6th grade education, age 42).







HOMER CONLEY, son of ALONZO C. "A. C." CONLEY and MARTHA D. CAUDILL, was born October 10, 1921 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, and died February 20, 1944 in Los Angeles County, California. He married LILLIAN M. JOHNSON, daughter of LAFE JOHNSON and SUSIE PATTON. She was born September 27, 1922 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, and died August 9, 2009 in Salyersville, Magoffin County, Kentucky. Lillian Johnson married (2) ROBERT EDWIN CONLEY.

Notes: According to the book, "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky" by The Magoffin County Historical Society (page 105), Homer Conley was killed in a plane crash while serving in the U.S. Air Force during World War II.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Homer Conley was born October 10, 1920 in Magoffin County to Martha Caudill.

According to California death record transcripts, Homer Conley died February 20, 1944 in Los Angeles County. His birthplace is listed as Kentucky and his father's surname as Conley.

On page 12 of the 1930 census for District 77-2 (Magisterial District No. 1) in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated April 16, 1930), Lafe Johnson is listed as the head of the household for house #110, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 24, and he's 41 years old. Also listed are Susie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 38), Bert (son, born in Kentucky. age 15), Orise (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), Rosa (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Lillian M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Ransom B. (son, born in Kentucky, age 3).

On page 24 of the 1940 census for District 77-2 in Magoffin County, Kentucky (dated April 16, 1940), Lafe Johnson is listed as the head of the household for house #194, he's a laborer for the W.P.A. road project, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 51 years old. Also listed are Susie (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 41), Berl (son, single, farmer, born in Kentucky, 3 years of high school, age 25), Lillian (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 18), and Ransom (son, born in Kentucky, age 13).







EUGENE REYNOLDS, son of LOUISA CONLEY and JOHN J. REYNOLDS, was born April 7, 1895 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died May 22, 1988 in Tipp City, Miami County, Ohio, and is buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married RACHEL M. ROWLAND, daughter of JOSEPH FLOYD ROWLAND and REBECCA FRANCIS "BEXEY" ESTEP, about 1929. She was born January 27, 1893 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died March 21, 1950 in Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 333 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Information on Eugene Reynolds can also be found on page 489 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, including a photo of their headstone, shows that Private Eugene Reynolds lived from 1895 to 1988, and was buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and that Rachel M. Reynolds lived from 1893 to 1950, and as buried in the same cemetery.

According to his obituary, Eugene Reynolds (age 93), son of John and Louise Conley Reynolds, was a farmer. He was born April 7, 1895 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died May 22, 1988 in Tipp City, Ohio, and was buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Staffordsville. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rachel Rowland Reynolds, in 1950. He was survived by 2 daughters, Ruby Short (of Meally, Kentucky) and Betty Lemaster (Tipp City); 6 grandchildren; and 9 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Eugene Reynolds was born April 7, 1895, and died May 15, 1988. He received his Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Meally, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to Ohio death record transcripts, Eugene Reynolds was born about 1895 in Kentucky, and died May 22, 1988 at home in Tipp City, Miami County, at the age of 93. He was widowed at the time of his death.

According to her death certificate, Rachel Rowland Reynolds died March 22, 1950 at home in Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, from pulmonary tuberculosis. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Johnson County, Kentucky, her birth date as January 27, 1893, her marital status as married, her parents as Joseph Rowland and Bexcey Francis Estep, the informant as Ruby Reynolds, and the burial place as the family cemetery in Barnetts Creek.

According to her obituary, Rachel Rowland Reynolds (age 56), daughter of Joseph and Rebecca Estep Rowland, was born January 27, 1884 in Morgan County, died March 21, 1950 at home in Barnetts Creek following an illness of several months, and was buried in the family cemetery. She was survived by her husband, Eugene Reynolds; 2 daughters, Ruby Reynolds (of Barnetts Creek) and Mrs. Betty Lemaster (Barnetts Creek); 3 brothers, Morgan Rowland (Fugate, Kentucky), Willie Rowland (Flat Gap, Kentucky), and Johnnie Rowland (Volga, Kentucky); and 4 sisters, Mrs. Loman Cantrell (Fuget), Mrs. Harry Frazier (Fuget), Miss Mary Rowland (Fuget), and Miss Martha Rowland (Fuget). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Rachel R. Reynolds died March 22, 1950 in Johnson County at the age of 57. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

On page 11 of the 1930 census for District 58-7 (Magisterial District No. 3) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 10, 1930), John Reynolds is listed as the head of the household for house #98, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Ohio, mother born in Kentucky, first married at age 25, and he's 74 years old. Also listed are Louisa (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 66), Eugene (son, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, first married at age 33, age 35), Rachel (daughter-in-law, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 36, age 37), and Betty J. (granddaughter, born in Kentucky, age 3 months).

On page 21 of the 1940 census for District 58-8 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 17, 1940), Eugene Reynolds is listed as the head of the household for house #180, he's a laborer on an archaeological survey project, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 5th grade education, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Rachel (wife, born in Kentucky, 8th grade education, age 47), Betty Jane (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Rubie F. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Louise Reynolds (mother, widowed, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, no formal education, age 78).

    The children of EUGENE REYNOLDS and RACHEL ROWLAND are:

    1. BETTY JANE REYNOLDS, b. December 19, 1929, Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. November 15, 2013, Tipp City, Miami County, Ohio, buried in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. ROBERT MILTON LEMASTER, son of FRANCIS MILTON LEMASTER and STELLA J. TRIMBLE.
      Notes: Stella Trimble was the sister of James Arthur Trimble, Earl Trimble, Virgie Trimble, and Ruby Trimble.
      According to her obituary, Stella Trimble Lemaster (age 77), daughter of Grant and Patience Williams Trimble, was born August 9, 1890 in Johnson County, died February 21, 1968 in a local hospital following an extended illness, and was buried in the family cemetery in Barnetts Creek. She was survived by her husband, Milton Lemaster, whom she married March 25, 1926; 1 son, Robert Lemaster (Casstown, Ohio); 4 brothers, Earl Trimble (Salyersville), Arthur Trimble (Ashland), Luther Trimble (Ashland), and Clarence Trimble (Ivyton); 3 sisters, Virgie Hackworth (Salyersville), Ruby Caudill (Falcon, Kentucky), and Mary K. Ramey (Shelby, Ohio); and 6 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
      According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Betty J. Reynolds was born December 19, 1929 in Johnson County to Rachel Rowland.
      According to her obituary, Betty Jane Reynolds Lemaster (age 83), daughter of the late Eugene and Rachel Rowland Reynolds, was an Avon dealer. She was born December 19, 1929 in Barnetts Creek, died November 15, 2013 at home in Tipp City, Ohio, and was buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Milton LeMaster. She was survived by 2 sons, Robert LeMaster (of Martin, Tennessee) and David LeMaster (Mason, Ohio); 4 daughters, Joyce Miller (Fishersville, Virginia), Phyllis Bronson (Port Clinton, Ohio), Rebecca Bashore (Tipp City), and Margaret LeMaster (Piqua, Ohio); 1 sister, Ruby Short (Paintsville); 15 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
      According to his obituary, Robert Milton LeMaster (age 77), son of the late Francis and Stella LeMaster, was retired from B.F. Goodrich Aerospace in Troy, Ohio, and a resident of Tipp City, Ohio, at the time of his death. He was born January 15, 1930 in Barnetts Creek, died March 20, 2007, and was buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Paintsville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 1 brother, Grant LeMaster. He was survived by his wife, Betty LeMaster; 2 sons, Robert LeMaster (of Martin, Tennessee) and David LeMaster (Mason, Ohio); 4 daughters, Joyce Miller (Rocky Mounty, Virginia), Phyllis Bronson (Port Clinton, Ohio), Rebecca Bashore (Tipp City), and Margaret LeMaster Pannell (Piqua, Ohio); 15 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    2. RUBY F. REYNOLDS, b. 1931, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. CHESTER SHORT, son of LENORA WALTERS and CECIL "SLIM" SHORT. He was b. September 9, 1933, Meally, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. August 31, 2003, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: Lenora Walters was the daughter of Leonard Walters and Bertha Ward.
      According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Ruby F. Reynolds was born in Johnson County to Rachel Rowland.
      According to his obituary, Chester Short (age 69), son of the late Cecil and Lenora Walters Short, was retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a maintenance cheif. He was born September 9, 1933 in Meally, Kentucky, died August 31, 2003 in King's Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, Kentucky, and was buried in Johnson County Memorial Cemetery in Staffordsville. He was survived by his wife, Ruby Reynolds Short; 5 brothers, Lloyd Short (of Lebanon, Ohio), Clyde Short (Lebanon), Tommy Short (Lebanon), Eddie Short (Franklin, Ohio), and Paul Short (Franklin); and 3 sisters, Roberta Roe (Lebanon), Betty Mullins (Lebanon), and Rebel Wisner (Danville, Kentucky). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)







JOSEPH FLOYD ROWLAND, son of MARGARET FAIRCHILD and JOHN ROWLAND, was born May 21, 1854 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died June 27, 1942 in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Lilburn Estep Cemetery in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married REBECCA FRANCIS "BEXEY" ESTEP, daughter of LILBURN H. ESTEP and RACHEL LEMASTER, February 6, 1888 in Johnson County, Kentucky. She was born September 22, 1863 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died March 27, 1943 in Kenwood, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Lilburn Estep Cemetery in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: According to Kentucky marriage records, Lilburn Estep (single, b. Scott County, Virginia, resident of Johnson County, age 19) married Rachel Lemaster (maiden, birthplace unknown, resident of Johnson County, age 21) on July 6, 1854 in Johnson County.

According to Kentucky birth records, Richard H. Estep was born October 4, 1857 in Johnson County to Lilbern H. Estep and Rachel Lemaster, and Ambros H. Estep was born April 20, 1875 in Johnson County to Lilborn Estep (b. Virginia) and Rachel Lemaster (b. Johnson County).

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Joseph F. Rowland (age 33) married Becky F. Estep (age 24) on February 6, 1888 in Johnson County.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, and a photo of their headstones shows that Joseph F. Rowland lived from May 21, 1854 to June 27, 1942, and was buried in Lilburn Estep Cemetery in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky, and Bexey F. Rowland lived from September 22, 1863 to March 21, 1943, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to his death certificate, Joseph Floyd Rolland died June 27, 1942 in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, from myocarditis and senility. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Johnson County, his age as 88 years 1 month 6 days, his marital status as widowed, his occupation as farmer, his parents as John Rowland (b. Johnson County) and Pegga Fairchild (b. Johnson County), the informant as John Rowland of Fuget, and the burial place as Fuget.

According to his obituary, Joseph Floyd Rowland (age 88), son of the late John and Peggy Fairchild Rowland, was born May 21, 1854 in Johnson County, and died June 27, 1942 at home in Fuget. He was the father of 9 children, John, William, Morgan, Harrison, Rachel, Martha, Martha, and Fannie [the 9th isn't named]. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Joseph F. Rolland died June 27, 1942 in Johnson County at the age of 88. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

According to her death certificate, Bexey [hard to read] Rowlan died March 20, 1943 in Kenwood, Johnson County, Kentucky, from an intestinal obstruction and cancer of the lower bowels. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Johnson County, her birth date as September 22, 1865, her marital status as widowed, her parents as Lilburn Estep (b. Johnson County) and Rachel Estep (b. Johnson County), the informant as Morgan Rowland of Kenwood, and the burial place as Kenwood.

According to her obituary, Rebecca Estep Rowland (age 78), daughter of the late Lilbern and Rachel Estep, was the widow of Joseph F. Rowland and would have been 79 years old if she had lived until September of 1943. She was buried March 22, 1943 in the home cemetery. Her children were Johnnie, William, Rachel, Mary, Lizzie, Martha, Vanie, Morgan, and Harrison. Her brothers and sisters were Richard, Dr. William, Wesley, Harrison, Henderson, Morgan, Savana, Sarah, and Jane. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Benisy Rowlan died March 20, 1943 in Johnson County at the age of 78. She was living in Johnson County at the time of her death.

On page 26 of the 1870 census for Flat Gap in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated August 8, 1870), Lillman [hard to read] Eastep is listed as the head of the household for house #183, he's a farmer, born in Virginia, and he's 35 years old. Also listed are Rachel (born in Kentucky, age 35), Martha J. (born in Kentucky, age 15), Richard F. (born in Kentucky, age 13), James M. (born in Kentucky, age 10), Rebecca F. (born in Kentucky, age 6), Cornelius H. (born in Kentucky, age 4), and William W. (born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 13 of the 1880 census for District 44 (Flat Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 8, 1880), Libern Eastep is listed as the head of the household for house #104, he's a farmer, blind, born in Virginia, parents born in Virginia, and he's 44 years old. Also listed are Rachel (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, age 46), Bexsa F. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 16), Cornelus (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), William (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Sarah A. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), Ambrus H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Rachel S. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2).

On page 37 of the 1900 census for District 41 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 20, 1900), Joseph F. Roland is listed as the head of the household for house #263, he's a farmer, born in May of 1855 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 12 years, and he's 45 years old. Also listed are Betsy F. (wife, born in September of 1863 in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, married for 12 years, she's given birth to 6 children and all are still living, age 43), John H. (son, born in July of 1889 in Kentucky, age 10), William L. (son, born in March of 1891 in Kentucky, age 9), Rachel M. (daughter, born in January of 1893 in Kentucky, age 7), Mary Jane (daughter, born in January of 1895 in Kentucky, age 5), Verlizzie (daughter, born in April of 1897 in Kentucky, age 3), and Martha Elen (daughter, born in March of 1899 in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 8 of the 1910 census for District 76 (Low Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 20, 1910), Joseph F. Roland is listed as the head of the household for house #46, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 22 years, and he's 55 years old. Also listed are Rebecca F. [hard to read] (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 9 children and all are still living, age 46), John H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 20), William L. (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Rachel M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 17), Mary J. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), Verlizzie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), Mattie E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Sarah S. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), Samuel M. (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Richard H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 4).

On page 8 of the 1920 census for District 42 (Low Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 13 & 14, 1920), Joseph F. Rowland is listed as the head of the household for house #74, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, and he's 65 years old. Also listed are Bexey F. (wife, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, age 54), William L. (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 28), Rachel M. (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 26), Mary J. (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 23), Martha E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 20), Sarah S. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 18), Samuel M. (son, born in Kentucky, age 15), Richard H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 13), John H. (son, widowed, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 30), William F. Rowland (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 8), and Arthur L. Rowland (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 6).

On page 29 of the 1930 census for District 58-10 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 23, 1930), Joseph F. Rowland is listed as the head of the household for house #277, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, father born in Virginia, mother born in Kentucky, first married at age 34, and he's 76 years old. Also listed are Bexey F. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 24, age 64), William L. (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 38), Mary Jane (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 35), Martha E. (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 32), Sarah S. (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, age 29), Samuel M. (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 25), Richard H. (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 23), William F. Rowland (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 18), and Loyd A. Rowland [Loyd Arthur Rowland] (grandson, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 17).

On page 34 of the 1940 census for District 58-11 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated May 7, 1940), Joseph F. Rowland is listed as the head of the household for house #280, he's not working, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 7th grade education, and he's 85 years old. Also listed are Bxcey (wife, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 5th grade education, age 75), Mary Jane (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 7th grade education, age 45), Marthy Ellen (daughter, single, not working, born in Kentucky, she's living in the same place that she was in 1935, 7th grade education, age 40), Morgan (son, single, farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, 7th grade education, age 35), and Llloyd [sic] Rowland (grandson, single, farmer, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 1 year of high school, age 25).

    The children of JOSEPH ROWLAND and BEXEY ESTEP are:

    1. JOHN H. ROWLAND, b. July 21, 1889, Morgan County, Kentucky, d. March 12, 1983, Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (1) SARAH PENNINGTON, m. (2) VIRGIE SPARKS, daughter of LAFE SPARKS and ELLEN SALYER. She was b. March 4, 1900, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. May 6, 1984, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, buried in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to his obituary, John H. Rowland (age 93), son of Joseph and Bexey Estep Rowland, was a retired miner. He was born July 21, 1889 in Morgan County, died March 12, 1983 at home in Flat Gap, and was buried in Sparks Cemetery in Flat Gap. He was preceded in death by his 1st wife, Sarah Pennington. He was survived by his 2nd wife, Virgie Sparks Rowland; 8 sons, Floyd Rowland (of Fuget, Kentucky), Lloyd Rowland (Fuget), Joe Rowland (Enon, Ohio), Jesse Rowland (Beaver Creek, Ohio), Charles Rowland (Beaver Creek), Robert Rowland (Lima, Ohio), Bill Rowland (Flat Gap), and Mitchell Rowland (Fairborn, Ohio); 1 brother, Morgan Rowland (Fuget); 3 sisters, Mary Rowland (Fuget), Lizzie Cantrell (Fuget), and Vannie Frazier (Fuget); 23 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and 8 great-great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
      According to her obituary, Virgie Sparks Rowland (age 84), daughter of Lafe and Ellen Salyer Sparks, was born March 4, 1900 in Johnson County, died May 6, 1984 in Wright Patterson Air Force Base Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, and was buried in Sparks Cemetery in Flat Gap. She was preceded in death by her husband, Johnny Rowland, on March 12, 1983. She was survived by 8 sons, Floyd Rowland (of Fuget, Kentucky), Lloys Rowland (Fuget), Joe Rowland (Enon, Ohio), Charles Rowland (Beaver Creek, Ohio), Jesse Rowland (Beaver Creek), Robert Rowland (Lima, Ohio), Bill Rowland (Flat Gap), and Mitchell Rowland (Fairborn, Ohio); 2 brothers, Estill Sparks (Staffordsville) and Charles Sparks (Van Lear, Kentucky); and 4 sisters, Ola Howard (Oil Springs), Gracie Sparks (Oil Springs), Nola Sparks (Oil Springs), and Lora Sparks (Oil Springs). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    2. WILLIAM L. ROWLAND, b. March 1891, Kentucky.
    3. RACHEL M. ROWLAND, b. January 27, 1893, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. March 21, 1950, Barnetts Creek, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. EUGENE REYNOLDS.
    4. MARY JANE ROWLAND, b. January 2, 1895, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. September 10, 1988, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to her obituary, Miss Mary Jane Rowland (age 93), daughter of Joseph and Bexey Estep Rowland, was born January 2, 1895 in Johnson County, died September 10, 1988 in Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center, and was buried in the family cemetery in Fuget. She was survived by 1 brother, Morgan Rowland (of Fuget); and 1 sister, Mrs. Vannie Frazier (Fuget). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    5. VERLIZZIE ROWLAND, b. April 30, 1897, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. June 21, 1984, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. LOMAN CANTRELL, son of WILLIAM CANTRELL and PHOEBA MCKENZIE. He was b. October 21, 1893, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. January 6, 1975, Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to his obituary, Lizzie Rowland Cantrell (age 87), daughter of Joseph and Becky Estep Rowland, was a resident of Fuget, Kentucky, at the time of her death. She was born April 30, 1897 in Johnson County, died June 21, 1984 in Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center following an extended illness, and was buried in the family cemetery in Fuget. She was preceded in death by her husband, Loman Cantrell, in 1975. She was survived by 5 sons, Arthur Cantrell (of Fuget), Arvill Cantrell (Fuget), William Cantrell (Oil Springs), Hubert Cantrell (Lexington), and Loman Cantrell Jr. (Columbus, Ohio); 4 daughters, Peggy Cantrell (Fuget), Ellen Cantrell (Fuget), Francis McKenzie (Columbus), and Jane Stapleton (Franklin, Ohio); 1 brother, Morgan Rowland (Fuget); 2 sisters, Mary Rowland (Fuget) and Vannie Frazier (Fuget); 18 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
      According to his obituary, Loman Cantrell (age 81), son of the late William and Phoeba McKenzie Cantrell, was born October 21, 1893 in Johnson County, died January 6, 1975 at home in Fuget, and was buried in the family cemetery in Fuget. He was survived by his wife, Lizzie Rowland Cantrell; 5 sons, Arthur Cantrell (of Fuget), Orville Cantrell (Fuget), William Cantrell (Oil Springs), Loman Cantrell Jr. (Columbus, Ohio), and Hubert Cantrell (Lancaster); 4 daughters, Peggy Cantrell (Fuget), Ellen Cantrell (Fuget), Francis McKenzie (Columbus), and Alka Stapleton (Franklin, Ohio); 1 brother, Edward Cantrell (Fuget); 19 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    6. MARTHA ELLEN ROWLAND, b. March 5, 1899, Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. October 6, 1956, Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to her obituary, Martha Rowland (age 57), daughter of Joseph and Bexey Estep Rowland, was born March 5, 1899 in Fuget, died October 6, 1956 at home in Fuget, and was buried in the family cemetery. She was survived by 3 brothers, Willie Rowland (of Volga, Kentucky), Johnnie Rowland (Fuget), and Morgan Rowland (Fuget); and 3 sisters, Mary Rowland (Fuget), Lizzie Cantrell (Fuget), and Vannie Frazier (Fuget). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    7. SARAH S. "VANNIE" ROWLAND, b. April 1, 1901, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. October 21, 1989, Paintsville, Johnson Conty, Kentucky, buried in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. HARRY FRAZIER, son of JAMES FRAZIER and MARGARET SALYER. He was born April 28, 1896, Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. July 21, 1955, Flat Gap, Kentucky, buried in Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to her obituary, Vannie Rowland Frazier (age 88), daughter of Joseph and Bexey Estep Rowland, was born April 1, 1901 in Johnson County, died October 21, 1989 in Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center, and was buried in the family cemetery in Fuget. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Frazier, in 1955. She was survived by 1 daughter, Jo Ann Parker (of Fuget); 1 brother, Morgan Rowland (Fuget); 2 grandchildren; and 1 great-grandchild. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
      According to his obituary, Harry Frazier (age 59), son of the late James and Margarett Salyers Frazier, was a life-long resident of Flat Gap, a farmer, and a veteran of World War I. He was born April 28, 1896, died July 21, 1955 in a local hospital, and was buried in the family cemetery. He was survived by his wife, Vannie Rowland Frazier; 1 daughter, Jo Ann Frazier (of Flat Gap); 3 brothers, James Frazier (Flat Gap), Squire Frazier (Enon, Ohio), and Sile Frazier (Flat Gap); and 3 sisters, Mrs. Bertha Fairchild (Mansfield, Ohio), Mrs. Dixie Williams (Lucasville, Ohio), and Mrs. Madge Estep (Flat Gap). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    8. SAMUEL MORGAN "MORGAN" ROWLAND, b. June 27, 1904, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. November 21, 1993, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Catlettsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, m. ADA MCKENZIE.
      Notes: According to his obituary, Morgan Rowland (age 89), son of the late Joseph and Bexby [sic] Estep Rowland, was a Johnson County deputy sheriff for several years, and was a resident of Catlettsburg, Kentucky, at the time of his death. He was born June 27, 1904 in Johnson County, died November 21, 1993 in King's Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, and was buried in Golden Oaks Memorial Gardens in Catlettsburg. He was survived by his wife, Ada McKenzie Wooten Rowland. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)
    9. RICHARD HARRISON "HARRISON" ROWLAND, b. March 18, 1906, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. August 10, 1943, Kenwood, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Kenwood, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. IDA WILLIAMS, daughter of ELIPHAS T. WILLIAMS and MANERVA ALICE VANHOOSE.
      Notes: According to his death certificate, Harrison Rawlins died August 10, 1943 in Kenwood, Johnson County, Kentucky, when he was struck by lightning. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Johnson County, his birth date as March 18, 1906, his marital status as married, his wife as Ida Rawlins, his occupation as farmer, his parents as J. F. Raulins (b. Johnson County) and Bessy Eslip (b. Johnson County), the informant as Ida Rawlins of Kenwood, and the burial place as Kenwood.
      According to his obituary, "The electrical storm Tuesday afternoon resulted in the death of Harrison Rowland, Kenwood, who was struck by a bolt of lightning as he was cutting stovewood. His brother-in-law, Jesse Williams, was only a few feet from Rowland when the lightning hit. He was stunned but unhurt. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon with Rev. Lonza Reed officiating. The Preston Funeral was in charge of the burial. Rowland has a wife and four children who survive." (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)







LINDSEY SMITH CONLEY, son of JAMES HAYDEN CONLEY and CYNTHIA ELLEN RICE, was born January 11, 1871 on the Rockhouse Fork of Jennies Creek in Johnson County, Kentucky, died March 1, 1957 in Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, and is buried in Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan. He married (1) EMILY CAROLINE "COON" MCFARLAND, daughter of ARMINTA E. "MINTIE" RICE and WILLIAM MCFARLAND, December 31, 1895 in Johnson County, Kentucky. She was born December 12, 1876 in Kentucky, died April 22, 1929 in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in the family cemetery near the Mouth of Rockhouse in Johnson County, Kentucky. He married (2) MINTIE BLANTON, daughter of CALEB PARIS "PARIS" BLANTON and CROSHIE KIMBLETON, about 1929. She was born January 7, 1911 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and died June 3, 1975 in Mount Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 317 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 490 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 Lindsey S. Conley was born January 11, 1871 on Rockhouse Creek, and married Emma C. McFarland on December 26, 1894. She was born December 12, 1877. It also says that their children were Curtis M. Conley (died November 4, 1918), Teria E. Conley, Errie Conley, Ora Conley, Wayne Conley, Flora Conley, and Lindsey Conley Jr. (died in infancy). And:

     "This family lives on Rockhouse Creek. Mr. Conley has made races for public offices, but being a Democrat, failed to be elected. Curtis was killed in France while serving in Company I, 6th Infantry, during the World War."

Lindsey Smith Conley's brother, Charles, married Emily Caroline McFarland's sister, Rose.

Caleb Paris "Paris" Blanton was the son of Jesse W. Blanton and Elizabeth Reed.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Mintie C. Blanton was born June 7, 1911 in Johnson County to Croshie Kinelton.

According to his obituary, Lindsey F. Conley (age 86), former resident of Johnson County, died March 1, 1957 in a hospital in Mt. Clemens, Michigan where he had lived for the past 3 years after moving there from Ashland, Kentucky, and was buried in Mt. Clemons. He was survived by his wife, Mintie; and 2 sons and daughters from that marriage, whom were living in Michigan. Surviving children by a former marriage were Mrs. Buell Conley (of Paintsville), Mrs. Frank Pickle (Paintsville), Mrs. Lon Fairchilds (Paintsville), Mrs. Tera Frazier (Marion, Ohio), and Mr. Wayne Conley (Ashland); and the following brothers and sisters, Frank J. Conley (Paintsville), Fonzo Conley (Paintsville), Mrs. Ray Turner (Paintsville), Mrs. Sola Trimble (Paintsville), and Mrs. Genoa Conley (Ashland). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to her death certificate, Emily Caroline McFarland Conley died April 22, 1929 in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, from chronic cholecystitis, which is a gall bladder related illness. Also on this certificate, her birth date is listed as December 12, 1876, her marital status as married, her parents as William McFarlin (b. Kentucky) and Arminta Rice (b. Kentucky), the informant as Lindsey Conley of Staffordsville, Kentucky, and the burial place as Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

According to her obituary, Mrs. Lindsey Conley, daughter of William McFarland, died April 22, 1929 at her home near the Mouth of Rockhouse three miles west of Paintsville after a lingering illness of more than 2 years. She married Lindsey Conley, son of Hayden Conley, 35 years prior on December 31st. She was survived by 4 daughters, Mrs. Alfred Frazier, Mrs. Buell Conley, Mrs. Frank Picklesimer, and Mrs. Oscar Castle; 2 sons, Curtis Conley and Wayne Conley;, 4 sisters, Mrs. Charles Conley (Paintsville), Mrs. John Brown (Salyersville), Mrs. William Blanton (Catlettsburg), and Mrs. Milt Pelphrey (Van Lear); and 3 brothers, Sam McFarland, Luther McCloud, and Bob McFarland (deceased). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Mintie Conley was born January 7, 1911, and died in June of 1975. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky.

According to Michigan death record transcripts, Mintie K. Conley was born January 7, 1911, and died June 3, 1975 in Mount Clemens, Macomb County. She was living in Macomb, Macomb County, at the time of her death.

On pages 15 & 16 of the 1880 census for District 47 (Hoods Fork) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 11, 1880), William McFarlin is listed as the head of the household for house #133, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, and he's 26 years old. Also listed are Arraminta E. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 22), James S. (son, born in Kentucky, age 5), Emely C. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Samuel (son, born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 20 of the 1900 census for District 38 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated June 9, 1900), Lindsey Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #177, he's a farmer, born in January of 1871 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 5 years, and he's 29 years old. Also listed are Emma (wife, born in December of 1877 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, she's given birth to 3 children and all are still living, age 22), Curtis M. (son, born in October of 1896 in Kentucky, age 3), Tyra (daughter, born in May of 1897 in Kentucky, age 3), and Eyra (daughter, born in March of 1899 in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 9 of the 1910 census for District 66 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 23, 1910), Lindsay Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #58, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 15 years, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are Emma C. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, age 33), Curtis (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), Teria E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 12), Erie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Ora (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), Wayne (son, born in Kentucky, age 3), and Flora (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 1 year 7 months).

On page 1 of the 1920 census for District 29 (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 2, 1920), Lindsey Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #6, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 48 years old. Also listed are Emma C. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 43), Wayne H. (son, born in Kentucky, age 13), and Flora Lee (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11).

On page 21 of the 1920 census for District 42 (Low Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 26, 1920), Caleb P. Blanton is listed as the head of the household for house #198, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 36 years old. Also listed are Croshie (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 37), Sadie E. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 14), Elizabeth (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), Haden (son, born in Kentucky, age 11), Mintie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), Preston (son, born in Kentucky, age 7), Myitue [hard to read] (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Allie M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 3 years 8 months), and Jessie (son, born in Kentucky, age 0 months).

On page 43 of the 1930 census for District 58-3 (Magisterial District No. 1) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 23, 1930), Linzy Conley listed as the head of the household for house #244, he's not working, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 23, and he's 58 years old. Also listed are Minla [sic] (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 18, age 19), and James E. (son, born in Kentucky, age 2 months). Lindsey's brother Millard is in house #234.

On page 17 of the 1940 census for District 10-36 (Fairview-Westwood-Millseat) in Boyd County, Kentucky (dated April 12, 1940), Lindsey S. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #137, he's not working, born in Kentucky, he was living in rural Pike County, Ohio, in 1935, he has an 8th grade education, and he's 69 years old. Also listed are Mintie (wife, born in Kentucky, 5th grade education, age 29), James E. (son, born in Kentucky, age 10), Ruby M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 8), and Bobbie J. (son, born in Kentucky, age 4).

    The children of LINDSEY CONLEY and COON MCFARLAND are:

    1. CURTIS M. CONLEY, b. October 1896, Kentucky, d. November 4, 1918, France.
      Notes: According to his mother's obituary, "Her eldest son, Curtis met his death while fighting bravely at Chateau Thiery just before the Armistice was signed.
      Curtis was killed in France while serving in Company I, 6th Infantry, in World War I.
    2. TERIE E. CONLEY, b. May 12, 1897, Kentucky, d. March 10, 1996, Galion, Crawford County, Ohio, m. (1) ALFRED FRAZIER, m. (2) RICHARD "DICK" RATLIFF.
    3. ERIE E. CONLEY, b. March 23, 1899, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. October 6, 1993, Carrolton, Carroll County, Georgia, buried in Kerz, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. BUELL CONLEY.
    4. ORA MAY CONLEY, b. June 3, 1901, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. June 30, 1983, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, buried in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. FRANKLIN P. PICKLESIMER.
    5. WAYNE HAYDEN CONLEY, b. June 19, 1907, Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, d. December 26, 1962, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, m. FLORA N. MONTGOMERY.
    6. FLORA LEE CONLEY, b. September 9, 1908, Kentucky, d. December 19, 1984, Scio, Harrison County, Ohio, m. (1) OSCAR CASTLE, m. (2) LONNIE FAIRCHILD.
    7. LINDSEY CONLEY JR.
      Notes: Lindsey Conley Jr. died in infancy.

    The children of LINDSEY CONLEY and MINTIE BLANTON are:

    1. JAMES ELLIS CONLEY, b. 1930, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, James E. Conley was born in Johnson County to Minnie Blanton.
    2. RUBY M. CONLEY, b. 1932, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Ruby M. Conley was born in Johnson County to Mintie Blanton.
    3. BOBBY JOE CONLEY, b. 193, Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Bobby J. Conley was born in Johnson County to Mintie Blanton.







EVERETT VIRGIL CONLEY, son of MILLARD V. CONLEY and LOUISA JOHNSON, was born November 14, 1892 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, died January 3, 1948 in Chandler Camps, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and is buried in Millard Conley Cemetery in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married GRACE L. REXROAT, daughter of DEWITT CLINTON REXROAT and MAY LILLIS, in September of 1916 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. She was born July 8, 1894 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 316 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 489 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall.

According to his death certificate, Dewitt Clinton Rexroat died June 5, 1939 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, from a coronary occlusion. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Montpielier, Kentucky, his birth date as May 7, 1870, his marital status as married, his wife as May Rexroat, his occuptain as pattern maker at Standard Sanitary, his parents as Frank Rexroat (b. Montpielier, Kentucky) and Mary McFarland (b. Montpielier, Kentucky), and the burial place as Evergreen.

According to Cook County, Illinois, birth record transcripts, Grace Rexroat was born July 8, 1894 in Chicago, Cook County, to Clint Rexroat (b. United States, age 24) and Mary Leles (b. United States).

A Louisville city directory from 1911 shows that Grace L. Rexroat was a cashier at Nat Dental Parlors and was living with Dewitt C. Rexroat at 433 E Street.

When Dr. E. V. Conley's World War I draft registration card was filled out on June 5, 1917 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, he stated that he was a physician, that he was married, and that he was born November 14, 1892 in Paintsville, Kentucky. He was found to be of medium height and slender build, and he had black eyes and dark-colored hair.

When Everett Virgil Conley's World War II draft registration card was filled out on April 27, 1942 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, he stated that he was a self-employed physician in Cleveland, that the person who would always know his address was J. R. Hollander of Cleveland, and that he was born November 14, 1892 in Paintsville, Kentucky. He was found to be 5 feet 8 1/2 inches tall, he weighed 190 pounds, and he had brown eyes, gray hair, and a ruddy complexion.

According to his death certificate, Everet V. Conley died January 3, 1948 on U.S. Highway 23 in rural Lawrence County, Kentucky, and that the cause of death is listed as "Exposure & blow on head Due to Beleived to have been struck on head by sand bag or some simular weapon." Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Paintsville, Kentucky, his birth date as November 14, 1892, his marital status as divorced, his occupation as doctor, his parents as Millard V. Conley (b. Kentucky) and Louisa Johnson (b. Kentucky), the informant as Mrs. Charles Ferguson of Paintsville, Kentucky, and the burial place as Staffordsville, Kentucky.

According to his obituary, Dr. Everett Conley (age 55), son of Millard D. and Louisa Johnson County, was found dead on Highway 23, 1/2 mile north of Chandler Camps, an apparent murder victim, and was buried in the family cemetery in Staffordsville. He was struck on the head with some kind of object, possibly a hammer, and died from exposure, partially submerged in the waters of Georges Creek. He was known to carry large amounts of money on him and was on his way to visit relatives in Paintsville. He had recently closed his office in Cleveland, where he had practiced medicine for 27 years, and sold all of his equipment, and had recently been in ill health. He was survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Conley; 1 son, Howard Conley (of Cleveland); 2 brothers, Brook Conley (Johnson County) and Leck Conley (Johnson County); and 2 sisters, Mrs. Norma Ferguson (Paintsville) and Mrs. Tom Treadway (Springfield, Missouri).

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, including a photo of his headstone, shows that Dr. Everett V. Conley lived from November 7, 1892 to January 2, 1948, and was buried in Millard Conley Cemetery.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Everet V. Conley died January 2, 1948 in Lawrence County at the age of 54. He was living in Ohio at the time of his death.

On page 4 of the 1910 census for District 132 (Louisville) in Jefferson County, Kentucky (dated April 16, 1910), Dewitt C. Rexroat is listed as the head of the household for family #201, he's a manufacturer of enamelware, born in Kentucky, father born in the United States, mother born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 17 years, and he's 39 years old. Also listed are May (wife, born in Ohio, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Virginia, 1st marriage, age 34), Grace (daughter, born in Illinois, age 15), and Lola (daughter, born in Illinois, age 13).

On page 6 of the 1920 census for District 596 (Shaker Heights) in Cuyahoga County, Ohio (dated February 16, 1920), Everett V. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #58, he's a physician, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 27 years old. Also listed are Grace (wife, born in Illinois, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Ohio, age 25), and Howard (son, born in West Virginia, age 2 years 2 months).

On page 13 of the 1930 census for District 18-706 (Shaker Heights) in Cuyahoga County, Ohio (dated April 11, 1930), Everett V. Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #150, he's a doctor of medicine and surgery, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 23, and he's 37 years old. Also listed are Grace L. (wife, born in Illinois, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Ohio, first married at 22, age 35), and Howard L. (son, born in West Virginia, age 12).

On page 36 of the 1940 census for District 18-285 (Shaker Heights) in Cuyahoga County, Ohio (dated April 23, 1940), Everett Conley is listed as the head of the household for house #489, he's a "genito-urinary" doctor with a private practice, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 5 years of college, and he's 46 years old. Also listed are Grace (wife, born in Illinois, 4 years of high school, age 45), and Howard (son, single, mechanic assistant, born in West Virginia, 4 years of high school, age 22).

    The child of EVERETT CONLEY and GRACE REXROAT is:

    1. HOWARD LILLIS CONLEY, b. June 15, 1917, Williamson, Mingo County, West Virginia.
      Notes: Howard Lillis Conley put in an application to join the Sons of the American Revolution on July 25, 1950 and this application states:
           "I, Howard Lillis Conley being of the age of 33 years hereby apply for membership in this Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Captain Henry Conley (Connelly) who was born in Chester County, Pa on the 7th day of May 1751 and died in Floyd Co., Kentucky on the 7th day of May 1840 and who assisted in establishing American Independence. I was born in Williamson County of Mingo State of West Virginia on the 15th day of June 1917. (1) I am the son of Dr. Everette Virgil Conley born November 14, 1892 died January 2, 1948 and his wife Grace L. Rexroat born July 8, 1894 died_______ married Sept. 1916 (2) grandson of Millard V. Conley born August 16, 1864 died January 9, 1944 and his wife Louise Johnson born January 3, 1871 died 1936 married 1888 about (3) great-grandson of James Hayden Conley born June 1839 died June 1915 and his wife Cynthia Ellen Rice born 1841 died 1927 married about 1861 (4) third great-grandson of Thomas Conley born 1/25/1777 died 3/25/1872 and his wife Susan Joynes born July 5, 1780 died ______ married 1800 (6) fourth great-grandson of Capt. Henry Conley born May 7, 1851 died May 7, 1840 and his wife (1) Ann McGregor born Feb. 14, 1756 died _____ married _____ 2nd wife was Tempy - who received his pension and he, the said Capt. Henry Conley (Connelly) (No. 6) is the ancestor who assisted in establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of Capain. Entered the service 7/7/1777 and served 5 years with the North Carolina Troups as Captain under Colonels John Williams, Pacely, John Taylor, Wm Washington, Davie and Howard. Participated in the battles of Charlotte, Cowpens, Guilford & Hillsborough. (this information was furnished by Arthur H. Leavitt, Chief, Veterans' Records Section from the National Archives).
           "Abstract of Pension application of Henry Connelly - W.8188 - BLWt # 30599 - 160-55.
           "Henry Connelly personally appeared before the Court held in Floyd Co., Ky., on Aug. 15, 1833, a resident, aged 81 years, and stated he enlisted in N. C. State Troops or Militia as Captain, July 7, 1777 for 5 years or the War, in Guilford County, N. C. Pacely. His various officers during the time were Col. John Williams, Col. John Taylor, Col. Billy Washington; was in company of horse raised especially to keep down Col. Fanning who was performing daring acts at Salisbury and Charlotte; winter of 1778 rendezvoused at Salisbury where they suffered much for lack of clothes and necessities and forage for the perishing horses; that applicant could not get a breakfast for $100 of continental money. Early in March, 1779, the Tories broke out in great fury.
           "In Nov. 1779, he went south, joined Gen. Lincoln at Savannah; had several skirmishes; one in May, 1780 at Colson Mills; placed under command of Gen. Greene and Col. Washington; marched to Augusta, Ga; was at Cowpens, where Americans scattered crying, 'No Pay.' He tried to help keep them together.
           "Gen. Greene went over to Virginia from Guilford, in 1781, and organized some volunteers for 3 months; from Montgomery Co., went to join Gen. Washington at Little York. He knew all the Continental Officers; was not allowed his commission because it came from the Governor of N. C.
           "Henry Connelly states he was born in Chester Co., Pa., May 7, 1751, his birth recorded in his father's Bible 'in Dutch;' was living in Guilford Co., N. C. when he volunteered.
           "Jonathan Pytts, a pensioner, of Floyd Co., Ky., states Henry Connelly, a Captain of a horse Co., from Guilford, in 1777, arrived in neighborhood of his uncle's. (Pytts)
           "William Henry knew him as soldier; Benedict Watkins, aged 74, knew him as Captain; Philip Williamson, of Lawrence Co., Ky., 84 yrs. states he resided in Wake Co., N. C. and shortly after war commenced moved to Guilford Co., that in fall of 1777 Henry Connelly was commissioned Captain.
           "Henry Connelly states in 1780, he left Rowan Co., went to Washington Co., Va.; was in Battle of Guilford.
           "Pension allowed $150 per annum - Act June 7, 1832.
           "Johnson Co., Ky. Ct.) Tempy Connelly, 71 yrs of age, widow of
           "Sept. 30, 1851          ) Henry Connelly, a pensioner; married him in
                                                   Floyd Co., Ky., March 1832/3; he died May 7, 1840.
                          "Pension allowed - $150.00 per annum."







CARMEL CONLEY, daughter of MILLARD V. CONLEY and LOUISA JOHNSON, was born in October of 1896 in Kentucky, died in 1988, and is buried in Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. She married THOMAS R. TREADWAY, son of PHILOS STRATTON TREADWAY and LUCY A. HALL, about 1918. He was born August 1, 1896 in Vincent, Owsley County, Kentucky, died August 14, 1970 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, and is buried in Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 316 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society. In that book it says that Carma Conley was born about 1897, married Thomas Treadway, and that their children were Glen and Tommy.

Information on Carmel Conley can also be found on page 489 of the book "Johnson County, Kentucky: A History of the County, and Genealogy of Its People Up to the Year 1927" by Mitchell Hall.

According to her death certificate, Lucy A. Treadway died January 26, 1927 in Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, from "Cancer of Sigmoid" and an intestinal obstruction. Also on this certificate, her birthplace is listed as Kentucky, her birth date as May 9, 1927 [mistake], her age as 66 years 8 months 17 days, her marital status as married, her parents as Aaron Hall (b. Kentucky) and Margaret Hall (b. Kentucky), the informant as Thomas Treadway of Lexington, and the burial place as Heidelberg, Kentucky.

A Leavenworth, Kansas, city directory from 1934 shows that Thomas R. Treadway was a U.S. Penitentiary Guard, and he and his wife, Carmel, were living at 572 2nd Street.

When Thomas R. Treadway's World War II draft registration card was filled out on April 27, 1942 in Vigo, Indiana, he stated that he was working for the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons in a federal Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, that the person who would always know his address was Mrs. Carmel Treadway of Terre Haute, and that he was born October 1, 1896 in Vincent, Kentucky. He was found to be 5 feet 8 inches tall, he weighed 170 pounds, and he had brown eyes, gray hair, and a ruddy complexion.

Information found on findagrave.com and a photo of their headstone shows that Carmel C. Treadway lived from 1896 to 1988, and was buried in Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, that Thomas R. Treadway lived from 1896 to 1970, and was buried in the same cemetery, and that Thomas R. Treadway Jr. lived from 1933 to 1996, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, there was a Carmel C. Treadway who was born October 30, 1896, and died January 12, 1983. She received her Social Security card in 1966 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, New Orleans. Carmel Conley Treadway's headstone is engraved with a death year of 1988.

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Thomas R. Treadway was born August 1, 1896, and died August 14, 1970. He received his Social Security card in 1955 in Kentucky, and his last place of residence was in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Thomas R. Treadway died August 14, 1970 in Fayette County at the age of 74. He was living in Fayette County at the time of his death.

On page 8 of the 1900 census for District 89 (Buck Creek) in Owsley County, Kentucky (dated June 21, 1900), Stratton Treadway is listed as the head of the household for house #304, he's a carpenter, born in April of 1862 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 18 years, and he's 38 years old. Also listed are Lucy (wife, born in May of 1861 in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, married for 18 years, she's given birth to 6 children and all are still living, age 39), Charlie (son, born in February of 1883 in Kentucky, age 17), Edgar (son, born in January of 1884 in Kentucky, age 16), Dale (son, born in June of 1886 in Kentucky, age 13), Carl (son, born in November of 1889 in Kentucky, age 10), Effie (daughter, born in January of 1893 in Kentucky, age 7), and Thomas (son, born in August of 1894 in Kentucky, age 5).

On page 12 of the 1910 census for District 169 (Buck Creek) in Owsley County, Kentucky (dated April 26, 1910), Philos S. Treadway is listed as the head of the household for house #114, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, married for 27 years, and he's 47 years old. Also listed are Lucy A. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, 1st marriage, she's given birth to 9 children and 6 are still living, age 51), Carl (son, born in Kentucky, age 20), Effie M. (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 17), Thomas (son, born in Kentucky, age 14), and Earl (son, born in Kentucky, age 11).

On page 20 of the 1920 census for District 195 (Akron) in Summit County, Ohio (dated January 8, 1920), Thomas R. Treadway is listed as the head of the household for family #208, he's a tire maker in a rubber shop, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 24 years old. Also listed is Carmel (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 22).

On page 29 of the 1930 census for District 31-41 (Cincinnati) in Hamilton County, Ohio (dated April 22, 1930), Thomas Treadway is listed as the head of the household for family #378, he's a laborer in an automobile shop, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 22, and he's 34 years old. Also listed are Carmel (wife, seamstress in a dress factory, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 21, age 33), and Jean (daughter, born in Ohio, age 9).

On pages 20 & 21 of the 1940 census for District 52-25A (Leavenworth) in Leavenworth County, Kansas (dated March 3 & 4, 1940), Thomas R. Treadway is listed as the head of the household for house #238, he's a Senior Custodial Officer for the U.S. Prison Bureau, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has 4 years of high school, and he's 42 years old. Also listed are Carmel (wife, born in Kentucky, 4 years of high school, age 41), Lorlei J. (daughter, born in Ohio, age 19), and Thomas R. (son, born in Kansas, age 5).

    The children of CARMEL CONLEY and THOMAS TREADWAY are:

    1. LORLEI JEAN TREADWAY, b. 1921, Ohio.
    2. THOMAS R. TREADWAY JR., b. 1933, Kansas, d. 1996, buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.







SON FAIRCHILD, son of LUCY J. HITCHCOCK and LEVI FAIRCHILD, was born April 13, 1916 in Rockhouse, Johnson County, Kentucky, died November 17, 1974 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married MYRTLE SELVAGE, daughter of JOHN SELVAGE and MELISSA JANE TACKETT. She was born May 31, 1916 in Johnson County, Kentucky, and died December 19, 1990 in Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Myrtle Selvage was the sister of Brigham Dewey "Dewey" Selvage.

According to his obituary, Sonny Fairchilds (age 58), son of the late Levi and Lucy Hitchcock Fairchilds, was a retired miner and a resident of Paintsville. He was born April 13, 1916, died November 17, 1974 following an extended illness, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville. He was survived by his wife, Myrtle Selvage Fairchild; 5 sons, Lowell, James, Leslie, Nick, and Linville (all of Paintsville); 3 daughters, Maona Pelphrey and Mable Belcher (both of Paintsville), and Florence Skaggs (Dayton, Ohio); 3 brothers, Walter Fairchilds (Paintsville), Espie Fairchilds and Arthur Fairchilds (both of Lexington); 3 sisters, Alma Conley (Staffordsville), Grace Preston (Jackson, Ohio), and Dora Henson (Lexington); and 13 grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

    The children of SON FAIRCHILD and MYRTLE SELVAGE are:

    1. LOWELL FAIRCHILD.
    2. JAMES FAIRCHILD.
    3. LESLIE FAIRCHILD.
    4. NICK FAIRCHILD.
    5. LINVILLE FAIRCHILD.
    6. MAONA FAIRCHILD, m. (unknown first name) PELPHREY.
    7. MABLE FAIRCHILD, m. (unknown first name) BELCHER.
    8. FLORENCE FAIRCHILD, m. (unknown first name) SKAGGS.







HERBERT CONLEY, son of TROY F. CONLEY and STELLA ADAMS, was born July 15, 1911 in Collista, Johnson County, Kentucky, died October 22, 1950 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Noah Williams Cemetery in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married EUGENIA WILLIAMS, daughter of KENDALL W. WILLIAMS and LAURA L. BOND. She was born May 20, 1912 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died May 9, 2007 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, and is buried in Noah Williams Cemetery in Flat Gap, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 316 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Laura L. Bond was the sister of Ogden B. Bond, who married Mae C. Cantrell, daughter of McCoy "Coy" Cantrell and Amanda Belle Estep.

According to Kentucky marriage record transcripts, Kendall W. Williams (age 16) married Laura Bond (age 17) on January 19, 1909 in Johnson County.

According to his obituary, Kendell [spelled "Kendall" on his headstone] W. Williams (age 83), son of the late Craton and Hannah Frazier Williams, was a farmer and a resident of Flat Gap, Kentucky. He was born June 27, 1892 in Johnson County, died November 23, 1975 in Highland Regional Medical Center following an extended illness, and was buried in Williams Family Cemetery in Flat Gap. He was preceded in death by his 1st wife, Laura Bond Williams, in 1951. He was survived by 1 son, Eulas J. Williams (of Orlando, Florida); 4 daughters, Mrs. Eugenia Conley (Paintsville), Mrs. Ray Salyer (Richmond), Mrs. Ernie Salyer (Blaine), and Mrs. Eldred Junkin (Smithfield, Nebraska); 2 step-sons, Charles Price (Ashland) and Paul B. Price (Flatwoods); 2 step-daughters, Mrs. Edward Travis (Thelma, Kentucky) and Mrs. Michael Thacker (Thelma); 13 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 9 step-grandchildren; and 21 step-great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to her obituary, Laura Bond Williams (age 59), daughter of the late Jeff Bond and Mrs. Finetta Cox Bond of Red Bush, Kentucky, was born July 29, 1891 in Flat Gap, Kentucky, died June 30, 1950 at home in Flat Gap following an illness of several months, and was buried in the family cemetery. She was survived by her husband, Kendell Williams, whom she married January 19, 1909; 1 son, Eulas Williams (of Paintsville); 4 daughters, Mrs. Eugenia Conley (Paintsville), Mrs. Gaye Salyer (Jackson), Mrs. Macey Salyer (Blaine), and Mrs. Erie Junkins (Smithfield, Nebraska); 3 brothers, Guy Bond (Paintsville), Don Bond (Red Bush), and Ogden Bond (Shepherd, Michigan); and 3 sisters, Mrs. Minnie Williams (Red Bush), Mrs. Bertie Holbrook (Red Bush), and Mrs. Masey Hamilton (Red Bush). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Herbert Conley was born July 14, 1911 in Johnson County to Stella Adams.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Eugenia L. Williams was born May 20, 1912 in Johnson County to Laura Bond.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website shows that Herbert Conley lived from July 15, 1911 to October 22, 1950, and was buried in Noah Williams Cemetery in Flat Gap, Kentucky, and that Eugenia Williams Conley lived from May 20, 1912 to May 9, 2007, and was buried in the same cemetery. Eugenia's parents are buried in the same cemetery.

According to his death certificate, Herbert Conley died October 22, 1950 in Paintsville Hospital in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, from reticular cell sarcoma. Also on this certificate, his birthplace is listed as Johnson County, his birth dat as July 15, 1911, his marital status as married, his occupation as county official, his parents as Troy Conley and Stella Adams, the informant as Clyde Conley, and the burial place as Turner Cemetery in Paintsville.

According to his obituary, Herbert Conley (age 39), son of Troy and Stella Adams Conley, was a Circuit Court Clerk of Johnson County at the time of his death. He was born July 15, 1911 in Collista, died October 22, 1950 in Paintsville Hospital after an illness of 6 months, and was buried in Turner Cemetery. He was survived by his parents; his wife, Eugenia Williams, whom he married in 1937; 1 daughter, Joann Conley (age 9); 1 brother, Clyde Conley (of Nippa, Kentucky); and 2 sisters, Mrs. May Auxier (Collista) and Mrs. Neva Blair (Collista). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Kentucky death record transcripts, Herbert Conley died October 22, 1950 in Johnson County at the age of 39. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

According to her obituary, Eugenia Williams Conley (age 94), daughter of the late Kendall and Laura Bond Williams, was a banking bookkeeper, and a resident of Lexington, Kentucky, at the time of her death. She was born May 20, 1912, died May 9, 2007, and was buried in Williams Cemetery in Flat Gap. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert Conley; 1 grandson, Taran Ray Thomas; 1 brother, Eulas Williams; and 2 sisters, Gay Salyer and Macy Salyer. She was survived by 1 daughter, Joann Thomas (of Lexington); 1 sister, Erie Junkin (Smithville); and 1 grandson. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Eugenia L. Conley was born May 20, 1912, and died May 9, 2007. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

On pages 3 & 4 of the 1920 census for District 41 (Flat Gap) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated January 3 & 5, 1920), Kendell W. Williams is listed as the head of the household for house #34, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, and he's 27 years old. Also listed are Laura L. (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Virginia, age 28), Eulas (son, born in Kentucky, age 9), Eugenia (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 7), Gay (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5), and Macy (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 2).

On page 38 of the 1930 census for District 58-10 (Magisterial District No. 4) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 29, 1930), Kendell Williams is listed as the head of the household for house #352, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 16, and he's 37 years old. Also listed are Laura (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 17, age 38), Eulas (son, born in Kentucky, age 20), Eugene (son, born in Kentucky, age 18), Gay (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), Marcie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 13), and Erie (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6).

On page 6 of the 1940 census for District 58-1B (Paintsville) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 4, 1940), Herbert Conley is listed as the head of the household for his family in house #365, he's a circuit court clerk, born in Kentucky, he was living in rural Johnson County in 1935, he has 2 years of college, and he's 28 years old. Also listed is Eugenia (wife, stenographer for the W.P.A., born in Kentucky, she was living in rural Johnson County in 1935, 4 years of high school, age 27).

    The child of HERBERT CONLEY and EUGENIA WILLIAMS is:

    1. JOANNE CONLEY, b. Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) THOMAS.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Jo A. Conley was born in Johnson County to Eugenia Williams.
      According to his obituary, Taran Ray Thomas (age 18), son of JoAnne Conley Thomas and grandson of Eugenia Conley, died October 1, 1988, from "injuries sustained when struck by an automobile on the campus of Hanover College, Hanover, IN, where he was a pre-med student. He was a 1988 honor graduate of Lafayette High School where he was active in sports and school activities. He was a member of the National Honor Society, member of the state champion baseball team and was president of the Spanish Honor Society. He was a Commonwealth Scholar and a Christian gentleman of impeccable character and scholarship. In addition to his mother and grandmother, he is survived by a younger brother, Ryan Conley Thomas." (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)







MAE CONLEY, daughter of TROY F. CONLEY and STELLA ADAMS, was born May 26, 1914 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died October 3, 2008 in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Troy Conley Family Cemetery in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky. She married FRANK AUXIER, son of ISAAC TOBE "TOBE" AUXIER and BELLE PRESTON. He was born November 27, 1913 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died November 10, 1980 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, buried in Troy Conley Family Cemetery in East Point, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 316 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

Frank Auxier was the brother of Beatrice Auxier, Samuel L. Auxier, and Lydia Auxier.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, May Conley was born May 26, 1914 in Johnson County to Stella Adams.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, including a photo of their headstone, shows that Mae Conley Auxier lived from May 5, 1914 to October 3, 2008, and was buried in Troy Conley Family Cemetery in East Point, Kentucky, and that Frank Auxier lived from November 11, 1913 to November 10, 1980, and was buried in the same cemetery.

According to her obituary, Mae Conley Auxier (age 94), daughter of the late Troy and Stella Adams Conley, was a nursing home cook and a resident of East Point at the time of her death. She was born May 26, 1914 in Johnson County, died October 3, 2008 in Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg, and was buried in Auxier Family Cemetery on Little Lick Fork in East Point. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Auxier; 2 brothers, Herb and Clyde Conley; and 1 sister, Nell Blair. She was survived by 2 sons, Paul Auxier (of Prestonsburg) and David Keith Auxier (East Point); 2 daughters, Oralee McKenzie (Paintsville) and Carol Ann Branham (East Point); 9 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary, Frank Auxier (age 66), son of Tobe and Bell Preston Auxier and a resident of Hager Hill, was born November 27, 1913 in Johnson County, died November 10, 1980 in Paintsville Hospital following an extended illness, and was buried in the family cemetery in Hager Hill. He was survived by his wife, Mae Conley Auxier; 2 sons, Paul and David Auxier; 2 daughters, Ora Lee Hayslette and Carol Williams; 2 brothers, Sam Auxier (of Paintsville) and Edgar Auxier (East Point); 1 sister, Lottie Delong (Hager Hill); 6 grandchildren; and 2 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

    The children of MAE CONLEY and FRANK AUXIER are:

    1. PAUL CLYDE AUXIER.
    2. DAVID KEITH AUXIER.
    3. ORALEE AUXIER, m. (1) (unknown first name) HAYSLETTE, m. (2) (unknown first name) MCKENZIE.
    4. CAROL ANN AUXIER, m. (1) (unknown first name) WILLIAMS, m. (2) (unknown first name) BRANHAM.







NEVIL C. "NELL" CONLEY, daughter of TROY F. CONLEY and STELLA ADAMS, was born January 20, 1923 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died March 20, 2002 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, Kentucky. She married WILLIAM REX BLAIR JR., son of WILLIAM REX BLAIR and DORA WHITAKER, December 23, 1944. He was born August 14, 1922 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died January 22, 2006 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: Information on this family can be found on page 316 of "The Conley Clan of Eastern Kentucky," published and sold by The Magoffin County Historical Society.

William Rex Blair was the son of Joseph T. Blair and Rachel E. Arms.

According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Nevil Conley was born January 20, 1923 in Johnson County to Stella Adams.

According to her obituary, Nevil C. "Nell" Conley Blair (age 79), daughter of the late Troy and Stella Adams Conley, was born January 20, 1923 in Johnson County, died March 20, 2002 in Mountain Manor Nursing Home in Paintsville, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park. She was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Herb Conley and Clyde Conley. She was survived by 2 daughters, Judy Roberts (of Ashland) and Genia Belcher (Minford, Ohio); 1 sister, Mae Auxier (East Point); 7 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary, William R. Blair Jr., son of the late Rex and Dora Whitaker Blair, was born August 14, 1922 in Johnson County, died January 22, 2006 in King's Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nevil C. Blair; and 1 brother, Morris Blair. He was survived by 2 daughters, Judy Roberts (of Ashland) and Genia Belcher (Sciotoville, Ohio); 2 brothers, Elroy Blair (West Van Lear) and Marvin Blair (Warsaw, Indiana); 1 sister, Margie Robinette (Van Lear); 6 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

    The children of NELL CONLEY and WILLIAM BLAIR are:

    1. JUDY BLAIR, m. (unknown first name) ROBERTS.
    2. GENIA BLAIR, m. (unknown first name) BELCHER.







CLARENCE TAYLOR, son of DOLLIE CONLEY and OSCAR MARK "OTT" TAYLOR, was born September 20, 1906 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died January 17, 1989 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, and is buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married (1) MYRTLE FAIRCHILD, daughter of LAURA A. HITCHCOCK and EDWARD FAIRCHILD. She was born July 29, 1912 in Johnson County, Kentucky, died August 29, 1982 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, and is buried in Covington Memorial Gardens in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana. He married (2) MARIE STACEY, daughter of ELLIS STACEY and VIRGINIA HENSLEY. She was born April 17, 1925, died May 10, 2004 in Fostoria, Ohio, and is buried in Maynard Cemetery in Hager Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky.

Notes: According to her obituary, Virginia Hensley Taylor Fairchild (age 79), daughter of Forester Taylor and Mary Elizabeth Adams Hensley, was born February 18, 1907 in Virginia, died September 20, 1986 in Fostoria, Ohio, and was buried in the family cemetery in Lick Fork [Kentucky]. She was preceded in death by her husband, Douglas Fairchild, July 5, 1959. She was survived by 1 son, Henry Clevenger (of Grundy, Virginia); 1 daughter, Marie Taylor (Fostoria); 8 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.

According to his obituary, Douglas Fairchild (age 57), son of John and Rosa Horn Fairchild, was a farmer and a resident of Lick Fork at the time of his death. He was born February 28, 1902, died July 5, 1959, and was buried in the family cemetery in Lick Fork. He was survived by his wife, Virginia Fairchild; 1 step-son, Henry Clevenger; 1 step-daughter, Mrs. Clarence Taylor (of Paintsville); 2 brothers, Walter Fairchild (Lowmansville) and Kirk Fairchild (Monticello); and 5 sisters, Mary Jane Pratt (East Point), Gypsie Conley (Collista), Emma Fairchild (Collista), Allie Blanton (Mansfield, Ohio), and Adda Blair (Collista). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to his obituary, Clarence Taylor (age 82, son of Otto and Dolly Conley, was a retired miner and bus driver, and a resident of Collista, Kentucky, at the time of his death. He was born September 20, 1906 in Johnson County, died January 17, 1989 in Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park. He was survived by 4 daughters, Edna Holbrook (of Decatur, Alabama), Eula McKenzie (Albian, Indiana), Ann Edgar (Ft. Wayne, Indiana), and Sharon Taylor (Fostoria, Ohio); 1 brother, Bennie Taylor (Flatwoods); 4 sisters, Opal Auxier (East Point), Alta Auxier (Collista), Sophia Hitchcock (Barnetts Creek), and Doris Blair (Van Lear); 15 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Clarence Taylor was born September 20, 1906, and died in January of 1989. 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, Clarence Taylor died January 17, 1989 in Johnson County at the age of 82. He was living in Johnson County at the time of his death.

Information found on the Johnson County Historical Society's website, and a photo of his headstone, shows that Clarence Taylor lived from 1906 to 1989, and was buried in Highland Memorial Park in Staffordsville.

According to her obituary, Myrtle Fairchild Taylor (age 70), daughter of Ed and Laura Hitchcock Fairchild, was born July 29, 1912, died August 29, 1982 in St. Joseph's Hospital in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and was buried in Covington Memorial Gardens in Ft. Wayne. She was survived by 3 daughters, Edna Holbrooks (of Decatur, Alabama), Eula McKenzie (Albion, Indiana), and Ann Edgar (Ft. Wayne); 1 brother, Crate Fairchild (Ft. Wayne); and 5 sisters, Fay Porter (Monroeville, Indiana), Arizona Ward (Ft. Wayne), Tavia Fairchild, Bertha Selvage, and Ethel Connely (Paintsville). (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

According to Social Security death record transcripts, Myrtle Taylor was born July 29, 1910, and died in August of 1982. She received her Social Security card prior to 1951 in Kentucky, and her last place of residence was in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Kentucky.

According to her obituary, Marie Stacey Fairchild Taylor (age 79), daughter of the late Ellis Stacey and Virginia Hensley Fairchild, was a restaurant owner. She was born April 17, 1925, died May 10, 2004 in St. Catherine's Care Center in Fostoria, Ohio, and was buried in Maynard Family Cemetery in Hager Hill. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Taylor. (Taken from the obituary page of the The Johnson County Historical & Genealogical Society's website.)

On page 46 of the 1930 census for District 58-4 (Magisterial District No. 1) in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 30, 1930), Ed Fairchild is listed as the head of the household for house #434, he's a farmer, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at age 20, and he's 50 years old. Also listed are Lara (wife, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, first married at 15, age 45), Crate (son, single, farm laborer, born in Kentucky, age 22), Fay (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 15), Arizona (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 10), Gene (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 6), Myrtle Taylor (daughter, married, born in Kentucky, age 18), and Edna M. Taylor (daughter, born in Kentucky, parents born in Kentucky, age 1).

On page 41 of the 1940 census for District 58-3 in Johnson County, Kentucky (dated April 20, 1940), Clarence Taylor is listed as the head of the household for house #368, he's a coal miner, born in Kentucky, he's living in the same place that he was in 1935, he has a 4th grade education, and he's 31 years old. Also listed are Myrtle (wife, born in Kentucky, 6th grade education, age 29), Edna (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 11), Bula (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 9), and Anna (daughter, born in Kentucky, age 5).

    The children of CLARENCE TAYLOR and MYRTLE FAIRCHILD are:

    1. EDNA MAY TAYLOR, b. 1929, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) HOLBROOK.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Edna May Taylor was born in Johnson County to Myrtle Fairchild.
    2. EULA FAY TAYLOR, b. 1931, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) MCKENZIE.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Edna May Taylor was born in Johnson County to Myrtle Fairchild.
    3. MARY ANN TAYLOR, b. 1935, Johnson County, Kentucky, m. (unknown first name) EDGAR.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Mary A. Taylor was born in Johnson County to Myrtle Frischields.

    The child of CLARENCE TAYLOR and MARIE STACEY is:

    1. SHARON G. TAYLOR, b. Johnson County, Kentucky.
      Notes: According to Kentucky birth record transcripts, Sharon G. Taylor was born in Johnson County to Marie Stacy.







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