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GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE 



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~^HE following Genealogical Narrative of the 
-*- Family in the United States, is a work to 



Hart 
whi( h 

was dedicated the closing years in the life ol our mother, 
the late Mrs. Sarah S. Young, With patient labor and 
inquiry, through seven years, she traced the e-xtensive 
family from its original progenitor in America, Thomas 
Hart, of London, England, A. 1). 1690, down to the 
present generation. It was a labor ol love, which closed 
only with her life, in June, i 8S 1 . Two days before the 
commencement ol her last illness, she completed the 
record, and was preparing to write the dedication to the 
vast kindred, when the fatal sickness intervened The 
manuscript, which probably could not be replaced b) 
any living person, was carefully preserved, and is now 
presented to the descendants ol Thos. I [art, of 1 lanover, 
by the children of the compiler, as a complete chart ol a 
family which has not been unknown in the history ol 
our country. 



J. P. YOUNG. 
C. L. FICKLEN. 



J INK lOtll, l8S2. 



THOMAS HART 



'Hi^lIE great ancestor of tin; Hart family in the Unite*] State?, 
emigrated from London about A. I). ll>90, und settled in 
Hanover County, Virginia, whore he died, leaving an only son, 
Thomas Hart, who \va.> about eleven years of age when his father 
arrived in Virginia. Of the elder Thomas Hart little is known, 
except that he was a merchant, and probably, late in life a blind man. 
Thomas Hart, the son, married Susanna Uice, of Hanover, the 
aunt of the Key. Daniel I vice, of tin- Presbyterian Chureh, who 
settled in Kentucky in the )'ear 1781. Thomas Hart, Jr., di< i in 
Hanover about the year 1755, leaving six 

CHILDREN, 

Thomas, John, Benjamin, David, Nathaniel, and Ann, all of whom, 
with their mother, migrated to Orange County, North Carolina, 
about 1700. 











THOMAS HART'S DESCENDANTS. 






COLONEL TIIOMAS HAKT, eldest son of Thomas I lit 1 , of 




Hanover, Virginia, and Susanna nice, was a member of tin: Provin- 




cial Congress of North Carolina in 1 ■ '. 1, and, some years later, an 




ofHcer in the Uevolutionai'y army. IK- was likewise one of the pro- 




prietors of the Transylvania Company, to whom the Legislature of 




North Carolina donated 200,0(10 acres of land in what is now known 




as 1 [emlerson count) 7 , Kentucky, as a compensation for their services in 




opening the wilderness and preparing the way lor civilization in that 




State. Colonel Hart married Susanna Gray, of North Carolina, ami 




continued to reside at Hartford, his county seat, until 1780, u hen he 




removed to Hagarstown, Maryland, and from tinner to Lexington, 




Kentucky, in 1 70 1, where he renin im d until his death, which occurred 




June 2o, 1808, Mrs. Hart surviving him until 1SJ2. 




(111! I 'L 11 \ . 
Thomas Hart, Nathaniel G. Har.t, John Hart, Kliza Hart, Susanna 




I [art , Nancy 1 [art, Lueretia 1 1 art. 




General Thomas Hart, eldest son of Colonel Thomas Hurl and Su- 




sanna Gray, married Mi— Nellie Crush, Hagarstown, Maryland. 




CIIILDKIX. 




Thomas Hart, Eleanor Hart, Louisa Mart, John II art. 




Thomas Hart, ehlesl son of General Tin an a.- Hart and Nellie Crush, 




married .M iss t rardiner. 




CI III. DIM X. 


Ellen S. Hart, Mary L. Hurt. 




Si-coud marriage to Mis- I'osth-thwaite, L singl n. Knit in-!, v. . 




CII1I l)i;l..\'. 




Sarah, l\ Hurt. 




Ellen S. Hart, eldest daughter of Thomas 1 I art and Miss G irdiner, 




married William G. Talbot, son of Honorable Isham falbot, I nited 




States Ser i >r from Kentucky. 





( ) EN EALOGICAL NAK R ATIV K. 



CHILDREN. 
Mary G. Talbot, Dudley Talbot, Eleanor H. Talbot, Ishara Talbot, 
Thomas H. Talbot, Margaret C. Talbot, William G.' Talbot, Maria 
Dudley Talbot. 



Dudley Talbot, eldest son of Ellen S. Hart and William G. Talbot, 

married Miss Spears. 

CHILDREN. 

Elbe Hart Talbot, William G. Talbot, James Arnold Talbot. 



Eleanor H. Talbot, second daughter of Ellen S. Hart and William 
(J. Talbot, married James M. Arnold. 

CHILDREN. 
Talbot Arnold, Lucy B. Arnold, Sophie Hart Arnold, E. C. Arnold. 



Margaret C. Talbot, third daughter of Ellen S. Hart and William 

G. Talbot, married Edward S. Ford. 

CHILDREN. 
William Talbot Ford. 



Maria Dudley Talbot, fourth daughter of Ellen S. 1 fart and William 
G. Talbot, married Kelly Brent. 



Mary L. Hart, second daughter of Thomas Hart and Miss < rardiuer, 
married William Turner, of Virginia. 



Sarah F. Hart, daughter of Thomas Hart and Miss Postlethwaite, 
married B. F. Turner, of Virginia. 

CHILDREN. 

Sophie L. Turner, Fannie Turner, Eleanor A. Turner, Mary Hart 
Turner. 



Eleanor Hart, eldest daughter of General Thomas Hart and Nellie 

Grush, married George W. Anderson, who settled in Louisville, and 

died in 1805. 

CHILDREN. 

Ellen L. Anderson, Maria S. Anderson, Nannette Anderson, Fannie 
Anders* .., George W. Anderson, and Thomas E. Anderson. 



THOMAS HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



Ellen L. Anderson, eldest daughter of Eleanor Hart and G. W. 
Anderson, married Dr. J. M. Hani.-. 

CHILDREN. 
Robert Harris, Nannette Harris. 



Maria S. Anderson, seeond daughter of Eleanor Hart and G. \V\ 
Anderson, married Edward F. Bacon. 

CHILDREN. 

Edmund Bacon, Eleanor Bacon, Frank Bacon, Margaretta Bacon, 
F. Harrison Bacon. 



Nannette Anderson, third daughter of Eleanor Hart and G. \V, 
Anderson, married Emmet Harris. 

CHILDKEN. 
Hart Harris, Robert Harris. 



Fannie Anderson, fourth daughter of Eleanor Hart and G. W. An- 
derson, unmarried. 



George W. Anderson, son of Eleanor Hart and G. \\\ Anderson, 
unmarried. 



Thomas E. Anderson, second sou of Eleanor Hart and G. W. An- 
derson, unmarried. 



Louisa Hart, youngest daughter of General Thomas Hart and Nel- 
lie Grush, married Colonel Edmund 11. Taylor, of Frankfort, Ken- 
tucky. 

Thomas Hart Taylor. 



CHILDREN. 



Thomas Hart Taylor, General Confederate States army, only son of 
Louisa Hart and Colonel Edmund II. Taylor, married Miss Sarah 
Blanton, daughter of Harrison Blanton, Frankfort, Kentucky, and 
niece of Dr. Benjamin Dudley. She died in iSbS. 

C 1 1 ILDREN. 

Edmund H. Taylor, Blanton Taylor, Addie C. Taylor, Thomas 
Hart Taylor. 



Se« ud marriage to Miss Sarah Moreland, Mobile, Alabama. 



GENEALOGICAL NARRA 11\ L. 



Third marriage to Miss E. Adair Monroe, daughter of John A. 
Monroe, granddaughter of Honorable Thomas 1>. Monroe, and great: 
granddaughter of < rovernor John Adair. 



Edmund II. Taylor, merchant in Frankfort, Kentucky eldest son 

of General Thomas 11. Taylor and Sarah Blanton, married Annie 

Watson, granddaughter of the late John -). Crittenden, Hnited States 

Senator from Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Sarah E. Taylor, Thomas II. Taylor, Edmund 15. Taylor. 



Blanton Taylor, farmer and stockraiser in Texas, second son i r 
Gen. Thomas II. Taylor and Sarah Blanton, married Mary M. Gill. 

Addie C. Taylor, only daughter of (Jen. Thomas II. Taylor, mar- 
ried David Merri wether. 

CHILDREN. 

Richard Merriwether, Elizabeth Merriwether, David Merriwether. 

Hart Taylor, youngest son of (Jen. Thomas II. Taylor and Sarah 
Blanton, is a clerk in Louisville, Iventucky. 



John Hart, youngest son of Gen. Thomas Hart and Nellie Grush. 
Married Maria Allee. No children. 

Nathaniel G. Hart, second son of Col. Thomas Hart and Susanna 
Gray, a lawyer by profession; but in the war of 1812, he gave no a 
lucrative business, entered the army, and commanded a company- 
" Lexington Light Infantry.'' Lie served through the winter eam- 
naio-n of 1312 and L813, a portion of the time as staff officer, lie 
was taken prisoner at the battle of Uaisin, and barbarously murdered 
by the Indians. He married Miss Ann Gist, Kentucky. 

CHI I DRE \. 

Henry Clay Hart, the only son of ('apt. N. G. Hart and Ann 
Gist, was a midshipman in the navy, and commanded a gun in the 
attack made by frigate Potomac on the fort at (Jualla Button, in the 
island of Sumatra, with great credit. 

Jle m.i ried Miss Bettie Brent, Paris, Kentucky. 



THOMAS HART'S DESCENDANTS. «j 

CHILDREN. 
Nathaniel Hart, Hugh 15. Hurt, Hairy Hart, L ; zzie Hart. 

Nathaniel Hart, eldest son of Henry C. Hart and Betlie Brent, 

u n married. 



•Hugh B. Hart, second son of Henry C. Hart and Uetlie Brent, 

married Nannie Pry, Louisville, Kentucky. 

( 1111 DREW 
J 

An only daughter, IJettie 1 [art. 

Harry Hart, third son of Henry C. Hart and IJettie Breni, unmar- 

ried. 

Lizzie Hart, only daughter of Henry C Hart and Betlie Brent, 

unmarried. 

John 11 art , third son of Col. Thomas Hart and Susanna Gray, died 
unmarried. 

Kli/.a Hart, eldest daughter (if. Thomas Hail and Su-nnna (J ray, 
married Dr. Bichard Pindell, Hagarstown, Maryland, surgeon in the 
'Revolutionary army. 

Mrs. Pindell was horn September 9, 1768, and died- — , Dr. 

Pindell surviving her until LSiw. 

CHI I DR EN. 

Polly Pindell, Kli/.a Pindell, Thomas II. Pindell. 

Polly Pindell, eldesl daughter of Kliza Hart and Dr. liiehard Pin- 
dell, married her cousin Gen. James Shelby, sou oi Gov. Isaac 

Shell, v. 

CHI I DRE\. 

Liiehard Hart Shelby, Susan Hart Shelby, Kli/.a Shelby, Laac 

Shelby, James Shelby, Lal'ayeito Shelby, Ko-ciu.-ko Shelby, Kvan 

Shelby. 

Pichard Pindell Shelby, eldest son of P.dly Pindell and Gen. James 
Shelby, married Miss Hiekman, Payette county , Kentucky. 

Second marriage to Mrs. Mitchell, formerly Miss William.-, Ten- 
nessee. 



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CHILDREN. 

James Shelby, .son of Richard J*. Shelby and Miss Hickman, died 
young. 



Mary P. Shelby, daughter of Richard P. Shelby and Mrs. Mitchell, 
married William Napton, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 

Blanche Napton, Malinda Napton, Shelby Napton, William Nap- 
ton, Evan Napton, Susan Napton. 



Susan Hart Shelby, only daughter of Mary Pindell and Gen. James 
Shelby, married Col. William Carter, Virginia. 



Second marriage to Samuel Magoffin, of Missouri, brother to Gov 
Beriah Magoffin, of Kentucky. No children. 



Isaac Shelby, second son of Mary Pindell and Gen. James Shelby, 
married Sarah McClure, Fayette county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Sarah Barton Shelby, James Shelby, deceased. 



Evan Shelby, third son of Mary Pindell and Gen. James Shelby, 
married Amanda Bruin, Lexington, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Mary Pindell Shelby, who recently married. 



Eliza Pindell, second daughter of Eliza Hart and Dr. Richard 
Pindell, married George Boss, of Lexington, Kentucky, a promising 
young lawyer, who died in early life. 

CHILDREN. 

Margaretta Ross, Ellen Boss. 



Margaretta Ross, eldest daughter of Eliza Pindell and George Ross, 
married Hon. James (). Harrison, Kentucky, a lawyer, and "Secre- 
tary Legation" to Spain, L835. 

CHILDREN, 
Richard Pindell Harrison. George Bos- Harrison, James Orlando 

Harrisoi . Margaretta Ross Harrison, Ellen Harrison, Albert M. Har- 
rison, M try E. Harrison, Susan Lucretia Harrison. 



THOMAS HART'S DESCENDANTS. l] 



Richard Pindell Harrison, eldest son of Margaretta ttoss and Hon. 
James (). Harrison, married Mary Hunt, daughter of A. I). Hunt, 
of Louisville, Kentucky, and died at the age of twenty-live. No 
children. 



George Ross Harrison, second son of Margaretta Ross and Hon. 
James O. Harrison, died, aged twenty-five, unmarried. 

James 0. Harrison, third son of Margaretta Ross and Hon. James 
0. Harrison, died at the age of twenty, unmarried. 



Margaretta Ross Harrison, eldest daughter of Margaretta Ross and 
Hon. James O. Harrison, married Col. William Martin, of Arkansas, 
and died at the age of twenty-five, leaving one child, Margaretta Har- 
rison Martin. 



Ellen Harrison, second daughter of Margaretta Ross and Hon. 
James 0. Harrison, married James B. Simrall. 

CHILDREN. 
.Margaretta Harrison Simrall, Sarah Simrall, J. 0. Harrison Simrall. 

Albert M. Harrison, fourth son of Margaretta Ross ami Hon. 
James O. Harrison, married Miss Withers. 



Mary E. Harrison, third daughter of Margaretta Ross and EIou. 
James 0. Harrison, unmarried. 



Susan Lucretia Harrison, fourth daughter of Mirgaretta Ross and 
Hon. James (). Harrison, unmarried. 



Ellen Hart Ross, second daughter of Eliza Pindell and George 
Ross, married (Jen. James Riley, of Texas, an officer in Confederate 
service, win; was killed during the war. 

CHILDREN. 

John Riley, Ellen Ross Riley. 

John Riley, only son of Ellen Hart Ross and Gen. James Riley, 
married Miss Miiian Smith, of Louisiana. 

CUM DR EN. 
Jam Riley, Ellen Ross Riley. 





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Ellen [toss Riley, daughter of Ellen Hurl I toss and (Jen. James 




lliley, unmarried. 


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Thomas Hart I'indell, only son of Eliza [[art and !>r. Richard 




I'iiiilrl], married Mary Edmistou, of Lexington, Kentucky, who died 




Februarys, 182"). Mr. I'indell surviving until October !•'». l<s.~>8. 

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Richard Pimlell, James Morrison I'indell, 1 1 airy < '. I'indell. 




Itichard I'indell, eldest sou of Thomas 1 1 art Pindell and M 




Edmiston, married Anna Monroe, daughter of I lit. Thomas Monroe, 




of Frankfort, Kentucky, granddaughter of (J iv. Adair. N > children. 




-James Morrison Pindell, second son of Thomas Ilarl Pindell and 




)l;tr\' Edmiston, married D.'ttie M. j ans, daughter of Harve\ M 




of California, formerly of Memphis. 1 . 1 1 1 n — e. 




CIIII.DKKX. 




Sidney E. I'iinlcll, Thomas 1! I'indell, RicharJ Pindell, Henry 




Means Pindell, Monroe Pindell, Mary Claskins I'indell, Edward 




I'indell. 




Henry ( '. I'indell, youngest son of Thomas Hart I'iiulelJ and Man 




Ivlmistou, married Mis- James Ann [Yaree, of Louisville, Kentucky. 




Xo children. 




Susanna Hart, second daughter of Col. ["bonuis Hart and Susanu 




Gray, married Mr. Samuel Price, of Lexington, Kentucky. She 




died in Louisville in 1 SGo. 




CIIII DREX. 




Xannette l>rown Price, Eliza Price. 




Xannette Brown ['rice, eldest daughter of Susanna Hart and 




Samuel L'rice, married Thomas Smith, editor and publisher of the 




Lexington Reporter, and President of the Lexington and brankfort 




Railroad — the first one built in Kentucky. Mrs. Smith had no 




family. She died at the age of eighty, in Louisville, several years 




after the death of her hu.-haml. 




Eliza Price, second daughter of Susanna Hart and Samuel Price, 



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married Thomas A. Mar-hall, who u;i« horn in Woodford county, 
Kentucky, January 10, 17:* J. mid died April, l s 7i'. He com- 
menced the practice of law in Paris?, Kentucky, and represented 
Bourbon county several years in the Kentucky Legislature, and Uour- 
hon District two terms in House of Representatives in Congress. lie 
was appointed Judge of the Court of Appeal.-, and remained on the 
bench, by appointment, from 18)};) to 18. >7, when the new Constitu- 
tion went into operation, when he was elected for a term of six years. 
At the commencement of the late civil war, he was elected a member 
of the House of Representatives, Kentucky Legislature, and in l8f>tj 
was appointed by Gov. Leslie to till the vacancy on the beach of the 
Court of Appeals, occasioned bv the death of Judge Simp-on, and 
served one year. 

CHILDREN. 

Thomas A. Marshall, Anna Maria Marshall, Charles S. Mar-hall, 
John II. Marshall, Humphrey Marshall, Nannette Marshall. 



Thomas A. Marshall, eldest son of Eliza Price and 11 >n. Thomas 
A. Marshall, graduated at Kenyan College, Ohio, and afterwards in 
the Law Department of Transylvania, Lexington, Kentucky. After 
practicing law several years in Vicksburg, Mississippi, he moved to 
Cole county, Illinois, and engaged in his profession and banking, until 
the commencement of the civil war, during which he served as colo- 
nel of a Federal regiment. He was for a time postmaster in Vicks- 
burg, Mississippi, but returned to his home in Illinois, and continued 
in his former business, until his death in 1874. He married Miss 
Ellen Miles, of Paris, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
William S. Marshall, Eliza Marshall, James M. Marshall, Thomas 
A. Marshall, Charles T. Marshall, John Hart Marshall. 



William S. Marshall, el lest son of Thomas A. Marshall and Ellen 
Miles, married Miss Nellie Parcelles, of Illinois. 

CHILDREN'. . 
Kate Marshall, Edward Marshall. 



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( ; e N i-: a i .0( ;ica i , na rrati v i ■:. 



Eliza Marshall, only daughter of Thojnas A. Mar.-hall and Ellen 
Miles, married Mr. John \\ r . True, of Charleston, Illinois. 

CHILDREN. 
Ellen True, Eliza Nannette True, William True, Dallam Tine. 



James M. Marshal), Captain in the regular army, second son of 

Thomas A. Marshall and Ellen Mile?, married Mi-- lvittie Fisher, of 

Pennsylvania. 

CHILDREN. 

Kate Marshall, Ellen Marshall, Nannie Marshall, - — Marshall. 



Thus. A. Marshall, third son of Thos. A. Marshall and Ellen Miles, 
married Miss Anna , of Michigan, and has one child— Benja- 
min Marshall. 



Charles T. Marshall, fourth son of Thomas A. Marshall and Ellen 
Miles, married Miss Henrietta Monroe, of Charleston, 1 linois. 

John 1 1 art Marshall, fifth son of Thomas A. Marshall and Ellen 
Miles, unmarried. 

Anna Maria Marshall, eldest daughter of Eliza Price and Hon. 
Thomas A. Marshall, married \V, C. Smedes, a prominent lawyer of 
Vicksburg, Mississippi, and President of a railroad from mar place.' 

CHILDREN. 

Susan Smedes, Anna Smedes, Ellen Smedes, Alice Smedes, (Chris- 
tine Sinedes, Thomas -Marshall Smedes, John Marshall Smedes; 

Susan Smedes, eldest daughter of Anna Maria Mar-hall, and W. 
C. Smedes, married Dr. Barnett. 



Anna Smedes, second daughter of Anna Maria Mar-hall, and \\ . 
C. Smedes, married Captain William Vosburg, in ls7 s . 

Ellen Smedes, third daughter of Anna Maria Marshall and W. C. 
Smedes, married Captain William Vosburg, and died, leaving one 
child, William Smedes Vosburg. 



Alice Smedes, fourth daughter of Anna Maria Marshall and \V . 
C. Smede3, unmarried. 



THOMAS HARTS DESCENDANTS. 



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Christine Sruedes, fifth daughter of Anna Maria Marshall and W. 
C. Smedes, unmarried. 



Thomas Marshall Smedes, eldest son of Anna Maria Marshall and 
\V. C. Smedes, married Miss Olive Koth. 

CHILDREN. 

Thomas Marshall Smedes, Olive Smedes. Two others, names un- 
known. 



John Marshall Smedes, second son of Anna .Maria Marshall and 
W. 0. Smedes, unmarried. 

Nancy (or) Ann Hart, third daughter of Col. Thomas Hart and 
Susanna Gray, married Hon. James Brown, Coked States Senator 
from Louisiana, and Minister to France. 



Lucretia Hart, youngest daughter of Col. Thomas Hart and 
Susanna Gray, was horn March 18, 1781, at Liagarstown, Maryland, 
and, at the age of thirteen, removed with her parents to Lexington, 
Kentucky. On April 11, \1\)\), she married Henry ('lay, then a 
promising young lawyer of the Lexington bar, a Virginian, horn in 
Hanover, April 12, 1777. lie represented Fayette county, for a 
number of years, in the Kentucky Legislature, and was elected to the 
Senate of the United Stales in 180G, and continued a member < f 
Congress, either -m Representative or Senator, with occasional inter- 
missions, until his death, winch occurred in Washington City, D. (.'., 
June 29, 1852. Mr. Clay was the idol of his friends, and was con- 
sidered one of, if not the greatest, statesman of the age. 

The larger part of Mrs. Clay's married life was spent at Ashland, 
the beautiful residence of her husband, near Lexington, Kentucky. 

She accompanied Mr. Clay to Washington while he was Secretary 
of State, and remained with him during that time, making many 
warm and devoted friends. After her return to Kentucky, she retired 
altogether from society, owing to the death of several of her daugh- 
ters, and the terrible affliction of her son Theodore; but she was ever 
ready to receive and welcome her husband's guests with the hospital- 
ity foi which she was noted. She was a woman of line mind and 



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GENEALOGICAL NARK ATIYK. 



great strength of character. Her manner was cold anil reserved ; but, 
although undemonstrative, her heart was full of deep feelinir and L-n- 
derness. Pull of self-abnegation, just and kind to nil, -In lived a 
long life of usefulness, and, on the 4th of April, 1801, at the age of 
eighty-three, she died, sustained by the beautiful and child-like faith 
that bad characterized her whole life. 

CHILDREN. 
Henrietta Clay, Theodore Wythe Clay, Thomas Hart Clay, .Susan 
Hart Clay, Ann Browu Clay, Lucretia 11. Clay, Henry Clav, Eliza 
11. Clay, Laura Clay, James Brown Clay. John M Clay. 

Henrietta Clay, eldest child of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henrv 
Clay, died in infancy. 

Theodore Wythe Clay, eldest son of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henrv 
Clay, was born July !>, IrtUl. Al the age of sixteen lie met with^ui 
accident, by which his skull was fractured. He subsequently became 
insane, and died in the asylum at Lexington in LSI 1. 

Thomas Hart Clay, second son of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry 
Clay, was born September 'I'l, LSOo, am] married Maria Montelle, of 
Lexington, Kentucky, Li l.S(31 he was elected to the Legislature, and 
in LSG2 was appointed by President Lincoln Minister to C ;ntral Amer- 
ica, and died at his home, Mansiield, near Lexington, behn'ed and 

honored by all. 

CHILDREN. 

Lucretia Hart Clay, Henry Boyle Clay, Thomas Hart Clay. Hose 

Victoria (May, Mary llussell Clay. 



Lucretia Hart Clay, eldest daughter of Thomas Hart Clay and 
Maria Montelle, bom April 20, lS.'Ji); married in LSo l J William C. P. 
Breckinridge, son of Dr. Robert .). Breckinridge, of Lexington, Ken- 
tucky, and died the same year, leaving an infant, which did not long 
survive her. 



Henry Boyle Clav, Captain in the Confederate army, was born 
November 13, 1^-10, and married Mrs. Bynuni, of Hawkins county, 
Tennessi 







THOMAS IIAR'I S DES< ENDAN I'S. 


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CHILI 'Ul.X. 




Henry Boyle Clay, Mary Clay, Louise Montelle Clay, 1 


la Clay. 


Thomas Hart Clay, second son of Hon. Thomas 11 .u 


l < day and 


Marie Mpntelle, was horn March Id, 184J, and married 


M ss Annie 


< IratZj in 181 3. 

C 1 1 1 1 . 1 J k I : X . 




.Miriam ( ! nit/. 




Rose Victorie Clay, second daughter of 11 on. Thomas 


Hart. Clay 


and Marie Montelle, married Garland Hale, of Lexington 


, Kentucky, 


and died in 1878, leaving no children 




.Mary Russell Clay, third daughter of Hon. Thomas 


Hart Clay 


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and Marie Montelle, unmarried. 




Susan Hart Clay, eldest daughter of Lucretia Hart 


and Hon. 



Henry (day. horn February 14, 1805, married Mr. Durald, of New 
Orleans, and died of yellow fever in 1825. 

CHILDREN. 

Martin (day Durald, midshipman in United States navy. Died 
young. 

Henry (day Durald, drowned while quite young in the Sacramento 
river, California. 



Ann Brown Clay, third daughter of Lucretia Hart and Hon. 

Henry (day, horn April 15, 1807, married dames Erwin, and died in 

1835. 

CHILDREN. 

Henry Krwin, James Erwin, Lucretia Erwin, Eugene Erwin, 
Charles Howard Erwin. 



Henry Erwin, eldest son of Ann Brown (day ami James Erwin, 
married Miss Margaret Johnson, of Mississippi, and died young. 

CHILDREN. 
Elizabeth Johnson Erwin. 

James Erwin, second son of Ann Brown (day and James Erwin, 
died in N .v Orleans in 18 17. unmarried. 



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GENEALOGICAL NAKRA'J IVE. 



Lucretia Erwiu, only (laughter of Ann Brown Clay and James 
Erwin, married Mr. Coles, and died, leaving two daughters, names 

unknown. 

Eugene Erwin, third son of Ann Brown ('lav and James Krwin, 

Colonel of a Confederate regiment in Missouri, married Miss Jose- 

phine Russell, of Missouri, and was killed at the siege of Vicksburg 

in 1803. 

CHILDREN. 

. Lucretia Erwin, Mary Erwin, Nettie Erwin. 

Lucretia Erwin, oldest daughter of Eugene Erwin and Josephine 
Russell, married Minor Simpson, of Fayette county, Ky. 

Nettie and Mary, daughters < f Eugene Krwin an I Josephine Rus- 
sell, unmarried. 

Charles Howard Erwin, youngest son of Ann Brown Clay and 
James Erwin, married Miss Hicks, of Fayette county, Kentucky, and 
died young, leaving one son, Edward Krwin, who lives in or near 
( hvensboro, Kentucky. 



Lucretia H. Clay, fourth daughter of Lucretia Hart and II o. 
Henry Clay, born in 1809 ; died in 1823. 

Henry Clay, third son of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry Clay, 
horn April 10, 1811, and, in 1830, graduated with high honors at 
West Point, In 1832 he married Julia Prather, of Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. He afterwards studied and practiced law in Louisville. 
When the war with Mexico began, he offered his services imme- 
diately to the Governor of Kentucky, and received the appointment 
of Lieutenant Colonel in a Kentucky regiment, and was killed at the 
battle of Buena Vista in 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

Julia Clay, Henry Clay, Ann Brown Clay, Thomas Julian Clay. 

Julia Clay, eldest child of Henry Clay and Julia Prather, died in 

infancy 

Hen, Clay, eldest sou of Henry Clay and Julia Prather, was a 



1 1 >MAS I lAR'l 'S D I .SCION DA NTS. 



li) 



Captain in the federal army ilaring the late war, and died of typhoid 
fever while in service. 

Ann I iiow ii Clay, second daughter of Henry Clay ami Julia 
IVather, married Henry C. McDowell, of Louisville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

N T annet.te Ml- Do well, Henry C. Mel >owell, Willie McDowell, 
Thomas McDowell, Julia McDowell, Margaret McDowell,. Hal 

McDowell. 



Thomas Julian (.'lav, second son of 1 ferny Clay an J Julia leather, 
was a Captain in the Confederate army, and died while in servi -e. 

Kliza 11. ('lav, lit! ii daughter of Lucretia I Tart and Hon. Henry 
Clay, died suddenly at Lebanon, Ohio, in l v .!- while en route to 
Washington, I). C, with her parents. 

Luna Clay, sixth daughter of Lucretia [Tail and [Ion. Henry 
('lav, was horn in 181o, nud died in 1817. 



J. mics Brown ('lav, fourth son ol Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry 
Clay, horn in Wa>hin<:ton, I ). C, November 1), 1-17. He graduated 
at the Law School in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1842, and was his 
father's partner in the profession till I84i), when he accepted the 
appointment of Charge dMIfairs to Portugal from iVe.-ident Liylor. 

In 1857 he was oH'ered the appointment of Minister Plenipotentiary 
to Berlin by President Buchanan, which appointment he declined, 
and was the same year fleeted to Congress. 

In 1800 he was a delegate to the Democratic ( Convention in Charles- 
ton, and in 1801 was appointed delegate to the " Peace * ' ingress ' in 
Baltimore. He was not an original Secessionist, hut when the war 
broke out, he warmly espoused the Southern cause, although una- 
ble to take an active part, owing to his fust-failing health. He went 
to Cuba, ami from thence to Canada, where he died in exile January 
20, 1804. In L843 he married Miss Susanna Jacob, of Louisville, 

Kentucky. 

( H1I.DREN. 

L v ('lav, Susan Jacob Clav, Nathaniel Hart Clay, James Brown 



I'D GENEALOGICAL NARRA'J [VE. 

Clay, John ( '. J. Clay, Henry Clay, Lucretia Hart ('lay, Thomas 
Jacob Clay, Charles 1). Clay, George II. Clay. 

Lucy Clay, Susan Jacob Clay, Nathaniel Hart Clay, children of 
I Ion. James Grown Clay and Mi-- Susma Jacob, died younjr. 



James Brown Clay, second son of Hon. James B. Clay and Sus- 
anna Jacob, served in the Con ft derate army as Lieutenant on the 
stall' of (Jen. John C. Breckinridge, between the age of sixteen and 
nineteen, lie married Kliza Ingels, of Lexington, Kentucky, where 
he now resides. 

John C. J. Clay, third son of James B. Clay and Susanna Jacob, 
died in 187-2, unmarried. 



Henry Clay, fourth son of lion. James 1>. Clay and Susanna Jacob, 
is a lawyer in Louisville, Kentucky. 



Lucretia Hart Clay, third daughter of Hon. James B. Clay and 
Susanna Jacob, resides in Lexington with her mother. 



Thomas Jacob Clay, fifth son of Hon. James Brown Clay and Sus- 
anna Jacob, is a Lieutenant in the Tinted States navy. 

Charles D. Clay, sixth son of Hon. James B. Clay and Susanna 
Jacob, resides in New Mexico, and is unmarried. 

George II. Clay, seventh son of Hon. James B. Clay and Susanna 
Jacob, is a student of law in Louisville, Kentucky. 

John M. Clay, youngest son of Lucretia Hart and Hon. Henry 
Clay, Sr., born February 21, 1821; married Mrs. Josephine Lrwin, 
and resides on a portion of Ashland, left him by his lather, lie i.- 
the only surviving child of Lucretia and Henry Clay. 



I OIIX MART 



JOHN [TART, second son i I' Tlionuia Hart, of Hanover, Virginia, 
and Susanna Rice, married — — , and died, leaving an only daughter, 
Susanna Hart, who married Colonel John Luiirell, an oilirer of the 
Revolutionary army, who was killed during the war, Afier his death 
she married 1))-. [implead. She left no children. 



BENJAMIN HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



BENJAMIN HART, third son of Thomas Hart, of Hanover, and 
Susanna Rice, accompanied his mother to North Carolina, where he 
married Nancy Morgan, daughter of General Morgan, of the Revolu- 
tionary army. Mrs. Hart was a woman of remarkable strength and 
decision of character, and she exhibited as much, il not more, courage 
and heroism than any other lady during those perilous times. History 
records many deeds of daring achieved by her during the war. 

CHILDREN. 

Morgan Hart, John Hart, Thomas Hart, Samuel Hart, Mark Hart. 

Morgan Hart, eldest son of Benjamin Hart and Nancy Morgan, 
married in Tenness.ee, but never heard from after svard. Supposed to 
have been murdered bv the Indian-. 



John Hart, second son of Bimj imin Hart and Nancy Morgan, 
moved to Georgia, and married Patience Lane. » 

CHILDREN. 

Nathaniel Hart, John Jackson Hart, Benjamin LVaukliii Hart, 
Ann Hart, Kezia Hart, Rebecca Hart, Amelia Hart, Susan Hart, 
Rhoda Hart, Mary Hart, Thomas II art. 

Regular order of name- not known. 

Ann Hart, daughter of John Hart and Patience Lain, married 
John Stand-ley, who died in 1 SOi). 

CHILDREN. 
John H. Standley, Nathaniel Green Standley. 



Second marriage to Arthur Jordan, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

William L. Jordan, Sarah L. Jordan, Arrena Jordan, Turner I'. 
Jordan, Rebecca ('. -Jordan, David A. Jordan, Archibald H. Jordan, 
Henry l Jordan, Thomas J. Jordan. 

Of tli e children only Sarah, U'.'becea and Thomas lived to marry- 



I5ENJAMIN HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



John 11. St;ii id ley, eldest son of Ann M >rgan Hart and John Stand- 
ley, was elected two terms — J ^ t - > , 1854 — as representative from Hen- 
derson county in the Kentucky Legislature, and one term as senator, 
in 1877. At the close of the last term he returned to his home appar* 
ently in good health ; but after a sudden and violent illness of one 
week, passed away. He married Ann McClain. 

CHILDREN. 

Lucy A. Standley, Nathaniel Green Standley, Mary Morgan Stand- 
lev, James McClain Standley, John II. Standley, .Martha Louise 
Standley, Catharine L. Standley, Jackson Standley, William T. 
Standley, Nathaniel C. Standley. 

Lucy A. Standley, eldest daughter of -John II. Standley and Ann 

McClain, married Colonel Albert G. Dennis, lawyer, of Cincinnati, 

Ohio, May 7, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

John Standley Dennis, .James Albert Dennis, Lucy Annie Dennis, 

Mary Louise Dennis, Jackson McClain Dennis, William Courtney 

Dennis, Carrie McC. Dennis ("Little Daisy"). 

Mattie Louise Standley, second daughter of John II. Standley and 
Ann McClain, married Harbison liutler, who died in November, i&7b. 

CHILDREN. 

Mary and Annie Butler (twins), Katie Standley Littler. 

Nathaniel Green Stanley, second son of Ann Hart and John Stan- 
ley, born April, LSI)!); married lVmila Folden. 

CHILDREN. 

John Turner Stanley, Nathaniel (J. Stanley, William T. Stanley, 
George Washington Stanley. 

Second marriage to Miss Fannie Jenkins. 

(Mill DREN. 
Eliza Marilou Stanley, Harry Morgan Stanley, Jackson McClain 
Stanley. 



Nathaniel Green Stanley, Jr., eldest son of Nathaniel G. Stanley 
and I\ ila Folden, married Glendora McCormick. 



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GENEALOGICAL XAkkA'l IVE. 



CHILDREN, 
l'ernihi Belle Stanley, Susan MeOormick Stanley, Nathaniel Mil- 
ton Stanley, Eliza Glendora Stanley. 

George Washington Stanley, second son of Nathaniel G. Stanley 

and Hernila Eolden, married Kate McCormick. 

CHILDREN. 
( reorge William Stanley. 

The name Stanley was spelled Standley by other members. 

Sarah E. Jordan, eldest daughter of Ann Stanley and Arthur Jor- 
dan, horn in 1815, and married Henderson i. Burnett in LS.'Jl. 

CHILDREN. 

Mary C. Burnett, John 0. Harnett, George M. Burnett Henderson 
Barnett, Carrie Harnett, Lizzie Burnett, Annie l\ Burnett, Turner 
Burnett, Union Burnett, Irene Burnett, Willie A. Barnett. 

Mary C. Barnett, eldest daughter of Sarah 10. -Ionian and Hender- 
son 1. Barnett, married Union Bethell. 

John 0. Harnett, eldest son of Sarah E. Jordan and Henderson I. 
Barnett, married Sarah E. Horseman. 

CHILI iREN; 
-Johnnie Barnett, .Mary E. Harnett. 

George M. Harnett, second son of Sarah E. Jordan and Henderson 
I. Burnett, married Mary Mar.-. 

CHILDREN. 

Haul Barnett, Ida Barnett, George Harnett, Edgar Barnett, Cora 
Barnett. 



Henderson Barnett, third son of Surah E.Jordan and Henderson 
I. Harnett, married Florence McLuin. 

CHILDREN. 
James Barnett, Mary Fannie Harnett. 

Carrie Burnett, second daughter of Sarah E. Jordan and Hender- 
son I. married Philip A Ives. 

CHILDREN. 

George \Y. Alves, Emily Alves, Carrie A Ives. 



BENJAMIN HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



Lizzie Barnett, third daughter of Sarah K. Jordan and Henderson 
I. Barnett, married Virgil Gregory. 

( HILDREN. 
Eddie Gregory, Jimmie Gregory. 

Annie I'. Barnett, fourth daughter of Sarah E. Jordan and Ilen- 
derson I. Barnett, married George Briscoe. 

CI III DREN. 
Chapman Briscoe, Mary A. Briscoe, Annie Briscoe. 

Turner Barnett, fourth son of Sarah E. Jordan and Henderson 1. 
Barnett, married Sarah Washington. 

CHILI) KEN. 
Alice Barnett, Nannie Barnett, Henderson Birnett. 

Union Barnett, fifth son of Sarah E. Jordan and Henderson I. 
Barnett, married Mary Pierce. 

CHILDREN. 
Lulie Barnett, George \Y. Barnett. 

Irene Barnett, fifth daughter of Sarah 10. Jordan land Henderson 

I. Barnett, unmarried. 



Willie A. Barnett, sixth son of Sarah E. Jordan and Henderson 1 
Barnett, unmarried. 

Kezia Hart, second daughter of John Hart and Patience Lam-, 
married William Standley. 

CHILDREN. 

Lucy Ann Standley. 



Second marriage to Wiley Sugg, of Henderson, Kentucky. 
Mr.~. Sugg still survives at an advanced age. 

CHILDREN. 
Carrie Sugg, Maria Sugg, Lorena Sugg, Emily Sugg, Juliet Sugg, 
Gabriel Sugg, William Sugg, Wiley Sugg. Mary Sugg. 

Lucy Ann Standley, only child of Kezia Hart and William Stand- 
ley, man led John Hancock. 



2li 



c,eneal< >gjcal narrative. 



CHILDREN. 
eJohu Hancock, James Hancock, Clearchus Hancock, Addison 
Hancock, Robert Hancock, Mary Hancock, Henry Hancock, Mattie 
Hancock, Ann Standley Hancock. 

John Hancock, eldest son of Lucy Ann Standley and John Han- 
cock, married Lue Clements, of Union county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Lewis Hancock, Alary Hancock, James Hancock. 

-James Hancock, second son of Lucy Ann Standley and John Han- 
cock, married Sallie Smith, of M icon, Georgia. 



Robert Hancock, iifth son of Lucy Ann Standley and John Han- 
cock, married Malvina Lobinson. 

Henry Hancock, sixth son of Lucy. Ann Standley and John Han- 
cock, married Miss (dements, of Union county, Kentucky. 

Mary Hancock, eldest daughter of Lucy Ann Standley and John 
Hancock, married William Cheatham. 

Mattie Hancock, second daughter of Lucy Ann Standley and John 
Hancock, married West Rudy. 



Ann Hancock, third daughter of Lucy Ann Standley and John 
Hancock, married Peter II vie, of Union county, Kentucky. 

I have not been able to obtain tier names of the descendants of the 
last six named parties. 



Carrie Sugg, eldest daughter of Kezia Standley and Wiley Sugg, 
married John A. Stevens, who was killed at Springfield, Missouri, by 
mistake, as a Confederate soldier. 

CIIII DKEN. 

William M. Stevens, Mariana Stevens, John Stevens, Laid and 
Virginia Stevens (twins), Lannie Stevens. 



William M. Stevens, eldest son of Carrie Sugg and John A. Stev- 
ens, married Eva Sawyer. 



r>K\|.\Mi\' iiAkJ s iji:sci:ni).\nj s. 



Mariana Stevens, first daughter of Carrie Sugg and John A. Stev 

' c . a 

ens, married John Mc( lullah. 



Virginia Steven-, second daughter of Carrie Sugg and John A. 
Sleven.s, married George Sawyer. 

Fannie Steven.-, third daughter (-1" Carrie Sugg ami John A. Stev- 
ens, married John White, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Maria Sugg, second daughter of Kt zia Standley and Wiley Sugg, 
married Gideon Pendleton, of Ohio. 

(Ill I DRKX.' 
Marion Pendleton, Iloseoe Pendleton, Eugene 1). Pendleton. 

Eugene Beauharnis Pendleton, second son of Maria Sugg and (lid 
e in Pendleton, married Lucy Uogers, of Tennessee. 



Lorena Sugg, third daughter of Kt-zia Standley and Wiley Sugg, 
married William L >ckett, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

C 1 1 1 1 . i < i : l . \ . 

Henry Clay Lockelt, Mortimer Lockelt, Willie Lockett, Waller 
Lockett, Sterling Loekett, Jennie Lockelt, Mary C. Lockett. 

Mortimer L ickett, second con of Lorena Sugg and William 
L >ckett, married Millie Tavlor, of Lexington, Kentucky. 

Walter L ickett, fourth son of L uvjia Sugg and William Loekctl, 
married Irene Taylor, of Lexington, Kentucky. 



Jennie Lockett, eldest daughter of Lorena Sugg and William 
Lockett, married Sterling Payne. 

Mary C. Lockett, second daughter of L >rena Sugg and William 

Lockett, married James Alvts, of IleiuKr.-on, Kentucky. 

< llll.hk l.\. 
1 i irena I .. A Ives. 



Edgar Sugg, eldest son of Kezia Standley and Wiley Sugg, married 

Elizabeth Hoard. 

I 1111 Dkl'.V 

Alvev Sugg, Willie Sugg, Edgar Sugg, Alice Sugg, Thomas Sugg, 
Mary S . :g. 



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GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



Willie Sugg, second son of Edgar Sugg and Elizabeth [Ioard, mar 

ried Almeda Parr. 

(Ill I OR EN. 

Cora Sugg, Emily Sugg, Maud S 1 1 lt lt , Willie Sugg, Clyde Sugg. 



Second Marriage to .Sue Anderson, of Tennessee 

< 1 1 1 l i ) k l ; \ . 
Six ; u aines unknown. 



Alice Sugg, eldest daughter of I 4 ] Igar Sugg and Elizabeth Hoard 
married Columbus Parr. 



Gabriel Sugg, eldest son of Kezia Standley and Wiley Sug* r , mar 
ried llattie Inlanders, of New Vork. 

children. 
Oscar Sugg, llattie Sugg. 



William Sugg, second son of Ivezia Standley and Wiley Su.rg, 
"color bearer" in tin' Confederate army, exhibited so much bravery 
during the battle of Shiloh that hLs (General complimented him pub- 
licly, and appointed him to the position of First Lieutenant. 1I< 
married Fannie Sublette, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

Second marriage to Elma Fairley, of Mississippi. 

CHILDREN. 
Kate Fairley Sugg. 



Third marriage to Louisa Walker, of Tennessee 



Mary Sugg, youngest daughter of Ivezia Standley and Wiley Sugg, 
married John E. Dixon, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Henry D'xon, Nannie and Kittie Dixon (twins), Willie Dixon, 
Irene Dixon, George Dixon. 

Nathaniel Mart, eldest son of J >hn II art and Patience Line, mar- 
ried Mary Pierce, who, after the death of her husband, married Jo- 
seph Lane, subsequently Governor of Oregon. 



Thomas Hart, second son of John Hart and Patience Lane, mar- 






ried Salli, Sugg. 



I'.KNJAMIN HART'S DESCLXDAN IS. 



CHILDREN, 
[sabella Mart, ICmily Hart, John Hart, Nathaniel Hart, Uavid 
Hart, Levi Hart, Thomas Hart, Brnmsflle Hart. 

Isabella Hart, eldest daughter of Thomas Harl ami Sallie 11 i «■««■ 

married ,} ohn M uncaster. 

CHILDREN. 

Belle Muncaster, James Muncaster, Thomas Muncaster, Emily 

.M ucaster. 



Emily Hart, second daughter of Thomas Hart ami Sallie lit 
married James Black. 



Nathaniel Hart, second .son of Thomas Hart and Sallie Bugg, mar 
ried hi.s cousin, Amelia Bolden. 



David Hart, third son of Thomas Hart and Sallie Bugg, married 

Julia Walker. 

CHILDREN. 

Prank Hart, who married Emma Elliott, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

Thomas Hart, fifch son of Thomas Harl and Sallie Bugg, married 
his cousin, Bettie Floyd, and was killed during the late civil war. 

Thomas Hart, son of John Hart and Patience Lane, married a 
second time, Mrs. Eliza Jane Hicks, formerly Miss Speed, of Hender- 
son, Kentucky. 



John Hart, sou of John Hart and Patience Lane, married Miss 
Coghill. They had seven children, and moved to Missouri. Not 

heard from since. 



Mary Hart, daughter of John Hart and Patience Line, married 
I )r. Alexander Baily. 

lleb'ecca Hart, daughter of John Hart and Patience Lain- married 
Thomas Worthington, of Muhlen-burg county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

George Worthington, Bettie Worthington, Marcus Worthington, 
Sam Worthington, Mattie Worthington, Annie Worthington, Aaron 
Worthing m, William Worthington. 





;;o CLX LA LOGICAL NARRA I l\ L. 








1 >tt tie Worthington, eldest (laughter of It becc: 


i Hart 


and 'i liiiiniisi 




Worthington, married Rev. Mr. I Tend rick*. 








Mattie Worthington, second daughter of K -hccc; 


i Hart 


and flioinas 




Worthington, married Mr. — — Caruth, of i'exas 








Annie Worthington, third daughter of Rebecc; 


11 iM 


and Thomas 




Worthington, married Mr. Caruth, of Texas 








Susan Hart, daughter of John Hart and Fatii 


nee L 


ane, inarrit d 




Nathaniel Floyd, of Union county, Kentucky. 








CN ILDREX. 








Mary Floyd, David Floyd, John Floyd, Xath 


miel 1 


r loyd, Bet tie 




Floyd, Fannie Floyd, Thomas Flovd, Ann Flovd. 








Mary Floyd, eldest daughter of Susan Hart am 


1 Xall 


aniel Fm\ <|. 




married Benjamin Hamilton. 






Second marriage to Dr. Slack. 






David Flovd, second son of Su.-an ITart and .\;t 


hauiel 


Flo\«l. mar- 




tied Sue Finnie, of 1 uion county, Kentucky. 








I > i ■ 1 1 i e Floyd, second daughter of Su<au 11 


it a:ii 


1 Xalha ii i 




Floyd, married her cousin, John Hart. 








Fannie Floyd, third daughter of Susan 11 ut am 


1 Xall, 


aim 1 I'll \ d. 




married Mr. Crutchfield, of Texas. 








Ann Floyd, fourth daughter of Susan lint am 


Xnl. 


aniel Floyd, 




married Gen. Good, of Texas. 


i.ce L; 




Rhoda Hart, daughter of John Hart ami Fatie 


in-, mari n <1 




William B mjamin Floyd. 

CHILDREN. 








William Benjamin Floyd. 






Second marriage to John Talbott. 






CHILDREN. 
Mary Susan Talbott. 


son, I\ 




Third marriage to Capt. Hal. Dixon, of [ £i*ti«lei 


entucky. 




CHILDREN. 
Emma Dixon, 1 fart 1 )ixon. 







BENJAMIN IIAR'J \S DESCEND Wl ■.. 



William Benjamin Floyd, only child of Khoda Hart and William 
Benjamin Floyd, married Miss Talbot. 

CHILDREN. 
Roscoe Floyd, Ann Floyd, Ella Floyd, Hart Floyd. 

Second marriage to Miss Cooper, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

Mary Susan Talbot, only child of Uhoda Floyd and John Talbot, 

married Dr. Compton. 

CHILDREN. 

Charlie Compton, Fmma Compton, Jannette Compton, Ik'ttie 

Compton, Florence Compton, George Compton. 

Fmma Dixon, only daughter of Uhoda Talbol and Captain Hal. 
1 >ixon, married John I V>sey. 

Hart Dixon, only son of Rhoda Talbot and Capt. Hal. Dixon, died 
while studying law with his half brother, Jud^e (ieorjrc Dixon, of 
Memphis, Tennessee. 



Morgan Hart, eldest son of lUmjamin Hart and Nancy Morgan, it 
is believed, was murdered in Tennessee 






fc 



DAVID HART'S DESCENDANTS. 

DAVID HART, fourth son of Thomas lint, of Hanover, Vir- 
ginia, and ►Susanna I i ice, one of the proprietors! of the "Transylva- 
nia Company," to whom the Legislature of North Carolina donated 
200,000 acres of laud for important service.-) rendered, accompanied 
his brother, Nathaniel Hart, on one of his perilous journeys to Ken- 
tucky, hut returned to .North Carolina, where he married Susanna 
Nunn, and spent the remainder of his life. 

CHILDREN. 

Thomas Hart, Joseph Hart, Archibald Hart, John Hart, David 
Hart, William Hart, Rebecca Hart, Susan Hart, Mary Hart, Eliza- 
beth Hart. 

Thomas Hart, eldest son of David Hurt and Susanna Nunn, mar- 
ried Mrs. Cross,, of Anderson county, Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 

Edwin Hurt, John (Jmstead Hart, Joseph Hart, David Hart, Eliz- 
abeth Hart, Nancy Caroline Hart, Eveline Hart, Emaline Hart, 
Mary Ann Hart. 



David Hart, fourth son of Thomas Hart and Mrs. Cross, married 
Nancy Bruce. 



.Mary Ann, or Telitha Hart, fifth daughter of Thomas Hart and 
Mrs. Cross', married Thomas Hunter. Cannot trace this family any 
further. 



Joseph Hart, second son of David Hart and Susanna Nunn, mar- 
ried Eliza J. L. Wheeler, of East Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 

James Hart, David Hart, John Hart, Elizabeth Hart, Thomas 
Benjamin Hart, Joseph Archibald Hart, William Hart, Christopher 
Hart. 



DAVID HA kT S DESCICNDAN I S. 



James Hart, eminent [>ortrait painter, eldest son of Joseph Hurl 
and Kli/a J. L. Wheeler, married Miry 15 Locke, of Memphis, Ten- 
nessee. 

i mi.Dkl.N. 

Mary Cooper Hart. (Family all deceased. J 

David Hart, M. J)., second, son of Ju-rph Hart and Lli/i .1. I.. 
Wheeler, married L. W. Soule, of Cleawland, Tenne- e 

(it ii DRi:.\. 

Mary Clay Hart. 

Second marriage Lo Mr.-, Uakcr, formerly Mi.-s Lunar. 

i iiii.I'Uj:n. 
Richard 1 [art, -lames 1 1 irt, Joseph I Int. 

John Hart. M. D., third sun oi' Jo.-eph Hart and Lli/.i J L 

\\ heeler, married Fliz ibeth I e- ilen. 

i in i.i <ur.\. 
Charles Hart, James ll.ut, daughters, names unknown, ltobcrl 
II :it. 

HI:/, kbeth 11. Hart, eldest daughter of Jo-cj h Hart and Lii/.a J. L. 
Wheeler, died in infancy. 

IJenjamiu Hart, portrait painter, fourth son ot' Joseph Hurl and 
Fliza J. L. Wheeler, after his return from Italy, where he spent -some 
nine for the improvement of his profession, married Maitie Locke, oi 
Memphis, Tennessee. 

Thomas Hart, son of Joseph Hart and Fli/.a J. L. Wheeler, mar- 
ried M iss Carey. 

i II 11. hU IN. 

Joseph Carey Hart, Lizzie Hart, Sue Hart, benjamin Wheeler 

Hart. 

Archibald Hart, sixth son of Joseph Hurl and FlizaJ. L. Wlieeler, 
died yuuiiLf. 



William Hart, seventh son of Joseph ll.ut and Lli/a J. L. \\ he« ler, 
surgeon in the Russian army, died just after the faU of .' vdmstopol : 
unmai ied. 



". ! 



GENKA LOGIC \l. NAKkA I l\ 1 .. 



Christopher Hart, eighth son Joseph Hart ami Kliza J. I.. Wheeler, 
die<l in infancy. 



Susan (Jill Hart, only daugliter of Joseph Hurl ami Kliza .J. L. 
Wheeler, married Dr. Mallory, an eminent physician, who died in 
Memphis, Tennessee, in l<S78. 

CI1ILDKKX. 

[Ienry Thweatt Mallory, Joseph Boisseau Mallory, decea-ed. 

Archibald I Int. third smi of David Hart and Su.-anna Nunn. di d 
unmarried in Nor I li I larolina. 

John Hart, fourth son of David Hart and Susanna Nunn, married 
a Miss Turner, of lluntsville, Alabama, reaving an only - u J I .. 
1 rait. I feirs unknow n. 

Hon. David Hart, fifth son of David Hart ami Susanna N'unii, a 
man of distinction and much promise, died unmarried in \ r in 
Indiana. 

William Hart, sixth >n\ of David I fan and Susanna Nunn, mar- 
ried Dinah Bradford, daughter of John Bradford and Kli/a Jaim 
Kauquier county, \ irginia. Mr. Bradford was a soldier in the i( vo- 
lutionary army, was in the battle with the fndians at ( 'hillieothr, 
Ohio, and also editor of the "" Kentucky Ga'xtte" the lir.-l i 

published in Kentucky. 

CI ill.] iKKX. 

.Mary S. K. Hart, Eleanor Hart, John B. Hart, David Hart, 
( lharles Fieldm" 1 1 art. 



Mary S. K. Hart, eldest daughter of William Hart and Dinah 
Bradford, married Philip T. Allin, Clerk of the Circuit Court of 

Mercer county, Kent ucky. 

( in i.Dki:\. 

John Allin, Benjamin Casey Allin, Philip Trapnall Allin. 

John Allin, eldest son of Mary S. K. Hart and Phil. T. Allin, mar- 
ried Bettie Miller, of Rvansville, Imliana. 

CHILDREN. 
Uradi vd Allin, Susie Allin. 



I (AVID I [ART'S DF.SCKNM) \\ l\S. 



benjamin Casey Allin, second .son of Mary S. 10. II; 1 1 and Phil T. 
Allin, married Josie Turner, of Henderson, U ntucky. I • •' 

m 1 1 1 l > I : i ■: .\ '. 

Lnla Aliin. 

Phil Trapnall Aliin, youngest son of Mary S. L. Hail an I Phil T. 
Allin is a clerk in a bank in Louisville, Ki nine] v. 

Lieanor Hart, second daughter of William Harl and Dinah I. I 
lord, married Itobert ( "abcll, son of Col. Joseph Cabell, of Ilender 

-on , Kentucky. 

i 1 1 1 1 i < i : i : \ . 

Pocahontas < 'ahell, Mary C, ln-11, Suo Co \ in ( 'al i II. Laura « i 
Allie Cabell, I) v. Cabell, Joseph Cabell. 

Pocahontas Cabell, chic t dan I r oi K II.nl and I! 

('a hell, married her cou-in, David Bar bee. *$ ^<Q O^A^L 

CM., i', i s. 
1 ' i \ id Barbee. 



Mary Cabell, second daughter of Lieanor Hart and Bobci I i 



marr'n d her cousin, 1 ay inicston lay 



Jul" 



ciiii.i>ki:\\ 
Mary Taylor. 

Sue (J. Cabell, third da lighter of Lieanor Harl and Kobcr! Cal .!. 
man ied her cousin, John I > veil v. 

< ' 1 1 i I i • l : I ■ \ . 

Beverly, adopted l»y Mrs. Ld. Hall, el* Louisville, Kentucky, Ca- 
bell Beverly, Nellie Ueverly. 

Laura Cabell, fourth daughter of Lleanor Hart and I! iberl Cain II. 
married her cousin, Sears Cabell, M. I). 

vim i > i< r \ ■ . 
Willie Cabell, Itobert Cabell, Sears Cabell. 

John Hart, eldest son of William Hart and Dinah Bradford, mar- 
ried Cabriella Hawkins, daughter of Col. John Hawkins, of 11 nder- 

son, Kentucky. 

< • 1 1 1 1 . i > k i : \ . 

John Hawkins Hart, David Bank- Hart. 



:;., i;i:.\ : KAL( >GI< AI. NARRA'J IVK. 

Second marriage to Mrs. Saruli Atkinson, formerly Miss. Gregory. 

( 1 1 1 1 i j r i •: \ . 

James Madi>on JI m. Charles Pieldinjj li.nl, I l*:iii*\ Given Hart, 
S. trail ' Ireuoi y II a it, Casey All in II >>i . daughter, name tin known. 

David Hart, second soli of Willi. no Hart and Dinah Bradford, 
married Kulclia Banks, of Henderson Kentucky. 

ill 11 hl;l.\. 
K11l-ii Il.ii t, Carrie Hart, My, a Hart, Willie II irt, Mlin II. ui. 

Charles Fielding li.it, M. D., third son of Win. II in and D nah 
Bradford, married Annie Huteheraft, oi' Chicago, llJiimi.-. 

i UILDRKN. 
Mary Marl, Allie Hart, Sal lie Hart. 

Rebecca Hart, ehlest daughter oi" David Hart and Snsai 

married Capt. Wynne Dixon, of Caswell county, North Car. i 

till! DRLN. 

Mary (or) Polly Dixon, Archibald Dixon, Kli/.a llarl Dixmi, Sn 
san Dixon, Nancy Dixon, Ilebecca Dixon. 



Polly Dixon, eldest daughter of Rebecca Hart and Capt. Wynne 

Dixon, married George Atkinson, merchant and Lobacconi t, oi Hen- 

derson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Sarah Atkinson. John Atkinson, Uiehard Atkinson. 

Sarah Atkinson, eldest daughter of Polly Dixon, a young girl 
of many personal and mental attractions, died just as she was bud- 
ding into womanhood. 

John Atkinson, eldest son of Polly Dixon and George Atkinson, 
married Lizzie Walker, daughter of Capt. Frank Walker. 

CHILDREN. 
Mary Atkinson, Belle Atkinson. 

Second marriage to Virginia Dallam, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Virgi Atkinson, John Atkinson, Mary Duncan Atkinson. 



>AVII) MAIM 'S DESCKNDANTS. 



Mary Atkinson, daughter of John Atkinson and Lizzie Walker, 
married Richard Cunningham. 

< nil Di; I. \. 
Kate Atkinson, Georgic Atkinson. 

Bell Atkinson, second daughter of John Atkinson and Lizzie Walk 
er, married John Loekett, of Henderson. Kentucky. 

( Illl.hkk.W 
Mary Loekett, John A. Loekett. 



Richard Atkinson, second son of Folly Dixon and George Atkin 

son, married Kate McLain, of II mderson, Kentucky. 

CIIII.DKKX. 
( Jeorge M. Atkinson. 

Second marriage to Miss Sarah S. Gregory, of Henderson, Ken 
tucky. 



nilLDRKX 



Mary Francis Atkinson, 



George M. Atkinson, only son of Richard Atkinson and Kate M< 
Lain, married Kate Rhroer. 



CIIILDKKN 



Florence Atkinson. 



Archibald Dixon, only son of Rebecca Hart and Capt. Wynne, 

was one of the most distinguished men in the Green Ltiver Country ; 

a successful lawyer ; Representative in the Kentucky Legislature in 

IcSoO and 1841; elected Lieutenant Governor in 1841 -lM-S on the 

Whig ticket ; delegate to the Convention which framed the present 

Constitution of Kentucky; elected United States Senator to till the 

vacancy caused by the resignation of Hcnrv Clay in l<Sf>'2, and an 

thor of the famous Kansas-Nebraska bill. 

Il«' married Mrs. Flizibeth I'ollett, daughter of Col. Joseph ( e 
bell, of 1 lenderson, Kentucky. 

( ' 1 1 1 1 I » k i ■: \ . 
Rebecca Dixon. Sue I*,,.]! Dixon, Archibald Dixon. Joseph Dixon, 
I lenry 1 Mxon. 

Second marriage to Miss Sue Bullitt, of JeHerson county, Ken- 
tucky. 



;;> GENKA LOGICAL NARKATIVI-:. 

CHILDREN. 
Kale Dixon, Willie Dixon, Thomas Dixon. 

Uebecca Dixon, eldest daughter of Archibald Dixon and Mrs. 

Kli/.abeth Pollett, married John Young Brown, member of (' ucrress 

from Kentucky. 

( IlILDRKX. 

A rt.'li iba hi Dixon Brown, John V. Brown, Virginia Brown, Kve- 

J\n Brown. 



S.i-ic Dixon, second daughter of Archibald Dixon and .Mi-. ICIiy 
iilicl li I'ollelt, married (iithberl Powell, of Loui.-ville, K ntuckv. 

< !!ll.l)Ri:\. 

Sue I'oV.rll. 



\t.. i>; 



>rnii,| marriage to .Mr. UlCVe. 

c 1 1 j 1. 1 ) ] i i •; .\ , 
Margaret Bieve, Susan Iiieve, Mary Bievc, John 1 1 i \ < •. 

Archibald Dixon, -eldest son of Archibald Di; and ?\Ir.-. Kliz.i- 

bctli Pollett, married Maggie IJorndon, of I^iankiort, Kentucky. 

i 1111,1 )Ki-:.\. 

Margaret Dixon. Wynne Dixon, Archibald Dixon, .Julia Dixon. 

Joseph Dixon, second sun of lion. Archibald Dixon and Mrs. 

Klizabeth Pollett, married Lucy A Ives . 

( 1 11 I.I )R I.N. 
Albert Dixon, Joseph C.iboll Dixon. 

Kate Dixon, (laughter of Hon. Archibald Dixon and Sue. Bullitt, 
married 1 >ayid U. Burbank, .) unior. 



>KI\.\. 



( iiarles Burbank. 



Kli'zn II. Dixon, daughter of Uebecca Hurl and Captain Wynne 
Dixon, married \h. Owen ('<. Glass, of Henderson, Kemuckv. 

children 1 . 

« 

Wvnne Dixon Glass. Died younir. 



Susan Dixon, third daughter of Uebecca Hart and Captain Wynne 
Dixon, n irried Thomas Bell, of Henderson, Kentucky. 



I)A\ II) IIAI. IS l)ES< ENDANTS. 



:>«j 



Nancy Dixon, fourth daughter of Uebecca Hart and Captain 
Wynne Dixon, married William 1'. Smith, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CIIII.DUKN. 
Sue. Bell Smith, who married Mr. M isely. of I lend.-,- m, Kentucky. 

i 1 1 1 1 . 1 ) K I X . 
Willie Moscly, Thomas 1>. Mosely, Nannie D xon Mo>cly ami Mat- 
tie Mosely, twins; Wynne Ula s Mosely, John Cabell M >-\y 

Uebecca Dixon, lil'tli daughter of Rebecca llarl and Captain 
Wynne Dixon, married McOruder Sthresley of If nder m, Ken- 
tucky. 

Second marriage, to William J one.-, lawyer, of Evansville, Indiana. 

Susan Hart, second daughter of David Hart and Su-anna X.unn, 
marrieil Joseph Cowan, a native of Ireland. 

1'iiii dri:n 
Eliza Cowan, Martha Cowan, David 11. Cowan, Mary A. Cowan, 
Kate Cowan, Susan I . Cowan. 

Eliza Cowan, eldest daughter of Susan II us and Joseph Cowan, 
married Livingston (J. Taylor, of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Cll-ll.DKl V 
William Taylor, Livingston Taylor, David 11. Taylor. 

William Taylor, eldest son oi' Eliza Cowan and Livingston Taylor, 
married Lvate Jenkins, of Evansville, Indiana. 

Clin i>ui:\. 
Kate Taylor, Mamie Taylor, Lucie Taylor. 

Livingston Taylor, second son of Eliza Cowan and Livingston 

Taylor, married Mary < 'abell. 

( ' 1 1 1 1 . i ) I ; i ' . n ; . 
Mary Cabell Taylor. 



David If. Taylor married Blanche , of Louisville, Kentucky, 

L'ltll.DRKN. 
Helen Taylor, Susie Taylor, David Taylor. 

Mart', a Cowan, second daughter of Susan Hart and Joseph Cowan, 
married Foh'n Taylor Hopkins, of Henderson, Kentucky. 



ID 



( i E N !•! ALOGI C A 1 . X A k k AT 1 V K 



CHILDREN. 
Charles Hopkins, Mary Ann Hopkins. 



Charles Hopkins, son of l\[arthii Cowan and John Taylor Hopkins, 
married Miss Phelps, of Newburg, Pennsylvania. 

Mary Ann Hopkins, daughter of Martha Cowan and John Taylor 

Hopkins, married James Lyne, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CI II EI )k EN. 
dames Lyne. 

David II. Cowan, son of Susan Hart and Joseph Cowan, married 
Alethaire Spaulding, of Morganh'eld, Kentucky. 

ClIIEDkEN. 
Jane Cowan, Susan Cowan. 

Second marriage to Kate Stout, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

ClIIEDkEN. 
Mary Hart Cowan. 

Jane Cowan, eldest daughter of David H. Cowan and Alethaire 
Spaulding, married Mr. Chapman, of Union County, Kentucky. 



Sue Cowan, daughter of David II. Cowan and Alethaire Spaulding, 

married Mr. Chase, of Louisville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
A Hie Chase. 



Mary Ann Cowan, third daughter of Susan Hart and Joseph 
Cowan, married William Fowke, of Fleming county, Kentucky. 

Second marriage, to .Mr. Otis, of Iowa. 



Kate Cowan, fourth daughter of Susan Hart and Joseph Cowan, 
married Monroe Stock well, of I^vansville, Indiana. 

ClIIEDkEN 7 . 

Susan Stockwell, Mattie Stockwell, Allie Stock well, Julia Stock- 
well, Nathan Stockwell. 

Stisai Stockwell, eldest daughter of Kate Cowan and Monroe 
Stockwell, married Henry Bruce, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 



DAVID HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



li 



CHILDREN. 
Florence Stockwell Bruce, Willie Bruce. 

Mattie Stockwell, .■second daughter of Kate (Jowan and Monroe 
Stockwell, married Kdward Ludlow. 

CHILDREN, 
laddie Ludlow, Jimmie Ludlow, Kate Stockwell Ludlow. 

Allie Stockwell, third daughter of Kate Cowan and Monroe Stock- 
well, married dame- Bascorn. 

CHILDREN. 

Two girls, names unknown. 

Julia Stockwell, fourth daughter of Kate Cowan and Monroe Stock- 
well, married Charles Chase, of Louisville, Kentucky. 

CIIl l.DREN. 
Eddie Chase, Mattie Ludlow Chase. 

Mary "Hart, third daughter of David Hart and Susannah Nuiui, 
married James Hillyer, lawyer. 

CHILDREN, 

David 11. Hillyer, l'hilo. Hillyer, Eliza Kuth Hillyer, dames 
Hillyer, Mary S. Hillyer. 



David II. Hillyer, eldest sou of Mary I Tart and James Hillyer, 

died unmarried. He was a lawyer. 

Lhilo Hillyer, second son of Mary Hart and James Hillyer, married 
Minerva Catlett, of Morjmnfield, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Charles Hillyer, Kate Hillyer. 

Charles Hillyer, son of l'hilo Hillyer and Minerva Catleit. married 

Sarah Locke, of Alma, Arkansas. 

CHILDREN. 
Locke H. Hillyer. 

Eli//a Kuth Hillyer, daughter of Mary Hart and James Hillyer, 
died unmarried. 












. 































































I-J 



i", KXKAI.OCU'AI, NARRA'J I\ "K. 



James Hillyer, third >on of Mary Hurt ami James Hillyer, married 
Julia Tapseott, of ( )wen>boro, Kentucky. 

Mary S. Ilillyer, second daughter of Mary Hart and James Ilillyer, 
married William Holloway, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

< II I i DRKN. 

James Holloway, Nannie Holloway, Julia Hollo way, Kebecca Hol- 
lowav, Lucy Holloway, Laura Holloway, Kate Holloway, \\ r illie 1 1 < >1 - 
loway, Mollie Holloway, Fillmore Holloway, Lizzie Hollowav. 

James Holloway, eidesl -on of Mary S. Ilillyer and William Hollo- 
wav, married Miss Williams, daughter oi'Ceneral John S. Williams, oi 
Kentucky, ("C'erro (Jordo 'j Williams. 

CHILDREN. 
Elinors, names uuknow n. 



Xannie Holloway, eldest daughter ol Mary S. Ilillyer ami William 
Holloway, married Dr. I'inekney Thomson. 

(Mill Dl;l. \. 
Starling Thompson, Irvine Thompson. 

Julia Holloway, second daughter of Mary S. Ilillyer and William 
Holloway, married J une> Alvt -, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Maria Alves, Julim Alves, Kate Stock well A Ives, Willie Holloway 
A Ives. \\ (\ v\ . . i • u.t'1 1>\) ' ) (.!.<• a • i ••• 

liebecca Holloway, third daughter of Mary S. Ilillyer and William 
Holloway, married Mr. Sharrod, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN, 
flames Sharrod and two minor-. 



Lucy Holloway, fourth daughter of Mary S. Hillyer and William 
Holloway, married John A. Trimble. 

CHILDREN. 
Xannie Trimble, Tracy Trimble, Starling Trimble. 

Laura Holloway, fifth daughter of Mary S. Ilillyer and William 
Hollo wa\ married Edward Clark. 



1 »A\ II) HARM ! S 1'ls. :endan 



ci hi i.)1<i:n 



Norton C Hark, 



Lizzie Mollowuy, sixth (laughter of Man S. L 1 illycr ami William 
li illoway, married Captain liuford A. Tracy. 

i 1 1 1 1 i » K I : X . 
Mary Traev, Buford Tracy, Starling Trac\ r , M ittie I.. Tracv. 



Kate Ilolloway, .seventh daughter «>i Mary S. Ilillwr ami William 
! [olloway, man iecl 1\ 1>. Mason. 

i ii ii.dk i-:x. . 
Kate Mason, (ieorge Mason, \l ne P>urg Mason. 

Mollie Ilolloway, eighth daughter of Mary S. Ilillyci and William 
Ilolloway, married Shelby Uudv, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

Elizabeth Hart, 1'om ih da ugh u r of 1 >avi'l Hart and Su~a una N iiun, 

married Al r. Enches, ol' Ohio 

i 1 1 1 1 . 1 > I ; i ■: x . 
Eliza loaches. 

Second marriage to Colonel Obadiah Smith, ol' Henderson K \\ 

rilll.DkKX. 
Susan Smith, II ibcit ami Davi i Smith, twins. 

Eliza Eaehes, daughter of Elizabeth Hart and Mr. Eaehcs : inarritd 
Mi'. Piper, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

* il ll.Dl:i:x. 
-John Piper, Thompson Piper, William Piper, Henry i * i [ > e i ■ , Uoberl 

S. i'iper. 

John Piper and Thompson Piper were in the ( 'mfederate service 
and were murdered bv Eederal sol, la is, mar iln-ir mother'* dwur, 
w bile visiting her. 

William Piper, son of I'] i/. t E aches and Mr. Piper, married Emma 

Robertson. 

« ii u.i'ki'A. 
Two, minors. 



Henry i'iper, son of Eliza Eaehes and Mr. Piper, married hi- 
cousin, A i a Black. 



II 



(,i m;.\i.om<ai, narrative 



Susan Smith, daughter of Elizabeth Eaches and Colonel Obadiah 
Smith, married Joseph Cabell .Vllin, sou of Hiil. T. Allin, of ITar- 
rodsburg, Kentucky. 

Robert Smith, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Eaehe.s and Otdonel -Obadiah 

Smith, married [ndiana Bacon. 

cillI.hkKN. 
John Smith, Percy Smith, Cora Smith, Kate Smith. 

David Smith, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Eaches and Colonel Obadiah 
Smith, died unmarried. 






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NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 

NATHANIEL HART, fifth son of Thomas Hart, of Hanover, 

c Virginia, and Susannah Rice, wa.- born in 17ol, and al an earh age 
removed with his mother to North Carolina. In ITli*' he man id 
Sarah Simpson, daughter of Col. Richard Smip >n and M -- Kinch- 
elo, living near Alexandria, \ r irginia, and resided al hi- county seat, 
the lii'A House,. in Caswell county, North Carolina, until hi- removal 
to Kent ueky in 1 77!). 

In 1760 Capt. Hart commanded a company for the Mippression «.!' 
an insurrection which threatened the overthrow of the government, 
and for his bravery, while in the discharge of the arduous and haz- 
ard nous undertaking, was handsomely complimented h\ the oilicers 
of the government. 
, In 17'So he was instrumental in forming a company, consisting of 
/himself, two brothers -Thomas Hart and David Hart —with three 
[other gentlemen, for the purcha.-e of Transylvania from the Indian-, 
\ which purchase was secured to them by an act of tin General Assem- 
bly of V irginia in 1 778. 
> Capt. Hart continued to reside near lloonesboro, Kentucky, where 
his family had been protected from the Indian-, until 17<VJ, when he 
was killed by them, riding out near the fort. 

Capt. Hart was not scalped, as erroneously stated in tin History of 
Kentucky, his children having affirmed the contrary, nor did his mur- 
derers escape. They were overt tken by their pursuers, and the shoe and 
knee buckles they had taken from the body of Capt. Hart recovered. 
These relics are now in the possession of his great grandson, Richard 
Hart Shaw, residing near Horn Lake?, DeSoto county, Mississippi. 

< " 1 1 1 1 1 > K 1 . X . 
Nathaniel Hart, .John Hart, Simpson Hart, Cumberland Hart, 
Richard Green Hart, Kezia Hart. Susanna Hart, Mar)' Ann Hart 
( "hinoe 1 la it . 



Natha ml Hart, oldest son of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson, 



(,1.M:aI.( M'.h'AI. N'ARRATIVK. 



married Susan Preston, daughter of Col. William Preston, of Smith- 
lield, Virginia, and settled in Woodford count)', Kentucky. 

CI I II DREW 
Sarah Simpson Hart, Letitia l\ Hart, Louisiana Hart, Nathanu 1 
William Preston Hart, Virginia Hart, -Miry Howard Hart. 



Sarah Simpson Hart, oldest daughtei of Nathaniel Hart ami Su 

LVeston, married Col. George Thompson, of Shawnee Spring-, Vlnv r 

county, Kentucky. 

i • 1 1 1 L 1 ) R E \ . 

Susan Thompson, Virginia Thompson, Letitia Thomn mi. 

Susan Thompson, oldest daughter of Sarah S. llarl and Cm 1 . <• 
Thompson, married Morgan Vance. 

i 1 1 1 ! . I ) ! : I : \ . 

Hart Vance, A p. Morgan Vance, Burton Vance, Howard \. 
S. [\ Vance. 

Letitia 11. Thompson, third daughter of Sarah S. Hart, and ('.»] 
( reorire Thompson, married William L. \ anc •. u( Teni i - • 

en 1 1 hi: I N. 

Virginia Vance, Bcttie \ r ance, Susan Vance, George 1\ \. > 
Letitia T. Vance, William L. Vance, Guy I'. Vance, Otey Vanve. 



Virginia Vance, eldest daughter of Letitia H. Thompson and \'\ il 
liam L. Vance, married T. .1. Martin, of Louisville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Annie Martin, William V. Martin, Shirley Martin. 

Bettie Vance, second daughter of Letitia 11. Thompson and \\ il- 
liam L. Vance, married Mr. Rutherford. 

CHILDREN. 
Virginia Margaret Melrose Rutherford. 

Susan Vance, third daughter of Letitia H. Thompson and William 
L. Vance, married Dr. J. W. Vance, nephew of Guy. Zeb. Vance, 
of North Carolina. 



CHILDREN. 



Leti. i 1 Laurens Vance. 



NATHAN [KL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 17 

George T. Vance, eldest sou of Letitia II. Thompson and William 
L. \ T ance, married Mi-s Ella [lodges. 

Letitia T. Vance, fourth daughter of Laiiiia 11. Thompson and 
William L. Vance, married II. V. Vredenburg, Secretary ami Treas- 
urer of the Memphis Streel Uailroud (Jompanv. 

('II II DREW 

Richard Vim. Vredenburg. 

Lettitia P. Mart, second daughter of Nathaniel 11 m and Su,an 
Preston, married Arthur II. Wallace, of Louisville, Kentuckv. 

( 1 1 1 l i ) u i •: \ . 

Susan II. Wallace, William Pope Wallace, Mary II. Wallace, 
Tliomas II. Wallace. 



Susan 11. Wallace, 'II -1 dan h er if Leiitia I'. Ilarl and Arthur 
11. Wallace, married Kicha.dli. Alexander, of Loui ville, Kentucky. 

Letitia 11. Alexander, Arthur W. Alexander, Lli/.durlh < .' . Ahx- 
auder, Mary L. Alexander, Thomas P>. Alexander. 

William 1*. Wallace, elde-t son ,,f Leiitia 1'. I.Iait and Arthur II 
Wallace, married Miss Ldwards, and wa-s. a farmer in Crittenden 
County. Died recently in California. 

Mary II. Wallace/ second daughter of Letitia I*. Hart and Arthur 
II. Wallace, married Hancock Taylor. 

CHILDREN. 
Arthur W. Taylor, Margaret 13. Taylor. 

lhomas Wallace, second son of Letitia I*. Hart and Arthur 11. 
Wallace, married Mary S. Dade. 

CHILDREN. 
Kli/.aheth G. Wallace. 

Louisiana Hart, third daughter of Nathaniel Hart and Susan 

Preston, married Tobias Gibson, planter, of Terrebourne Parish, 

Louisiana. 

CHILDREN. 

Sarah Gibson, Kandall Lee Gibson, William P. Gibson. • Hart 



IS 



<;r \i:ai.o(,u .\i. narrative. 



Gibson, Claude Gibson, Tobias Gibson, MeKinley Gibson, Louisiana 
I [art < (ibson. 



Sarah Gibson, eldest daughter of L inisiana 1 1 art and Tobia- Gibson, 
married her cousin, Joseph A. Humphreys. 
I CHILDREN. 

Lucy Alexander Humphreys, Silly <l. Humphrey*, Joseph A. 
1 1 umphreys. 



Randall Lie Gibson, eldest son of Louisiana Hart and Tobias 

Gibson, Brigadier-General in th- Confederate Army, and now a 

member of Congress, from Louisiana, .married Mary MontL r "inerv, of 

New \ r orki 

CIII1.DKKN. 

Montgomery Gibson, Louisiana II. Gibson, i deceased.) IJandall 

Lee Gibson, Uichardson Gibson, Preston Johnson (iih-on. 

William I'reston Gibson, surgeon in the Confederate .Vrinv, s»-e<nid 
son of Louisiana Hart and Tobia- Gibson, married his cou-in, Elodie 
1 1 umphreys. 



cm i i>ri-:n. 



William Preston ( < ibson. 



Colonel Hart Gibson, third son of Louisiana Hart and Tobias (Jib- 
son, officer in the Confederate Army and member of the Kentu I . 
Legislature, married Miss Mary Duncan, of Lexington, Kentucky. 

(1111 DRKN. 

Duncan Gibson, Louisiana 11. Gibson, Hart (iih-on, I deceased,) 

Elizabeth D. Gibson, Tobias Hart (J ibson, .Mary Duncan (iibsou, 
Daniel Gibson, ( deceased ), 

Claude Gibson, fourth son of Louisiana Hart and Tobias Gibson, 
died a captain of artillery in the Confederate Army. 

Tobias Gibson, fifth son of Louisiana Hart and Tobias Gibson, cap- 
tain in Confederate Army, married Eva Bright. 

CIIII.DRKN. 
Emma Gibson, (deceased,) Louisiana Hart Gibson. 

MeKinley Gibson, sixth son of Louisiana Hart and Tobias (J ibson, 
was a c.i tain in the Confederate Army. 



NATHANIEL I J ART'S DESCENDANTS. 



P.i 



Louisiana Hart Gibson, youngest daughter of Louisiana Hart ami 
Tobias Gibson, married Dr. I >. 1>. Carter, of Versailles, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Louisiana Hart Carter, ^deceased). 

Nathaniel Hart, eldest son of Nathaniel Hart and Susanna Preston, 
died mi married. 

William Preston Hart, second --mi of Nathaniel Hart and Susanna 

Preston, married his cousin Kebecea Tevis. 

( IIILDRLN. 
Susan P. Ilait. 

Virginia 11 ait, fourth daughter of Nathaniel Harl ami Su-anna 
Preston, married her cousin, Allied Shelby. 

< I I ! 1 l)\< LX. 
[saac Shelby, Susan P. Shelby, Alfred Shelby. 

Second marriage to her cousin. He v. Poberl 1 l>rei ken ridge, !>.!>. 

(Ill I DKEN. 
Virginia Breckenridge, Hart Breckenridge, -John Breckenridire. 
All dead. 



Susan P. Shelby, daughter of Virginia Hart and Alfred Shelby, 
married, J. W. Grigsby, colonel in the Confederate Army. 

CHILDREN. 

Virginia Cirigsby, Hart Grigsbv, Louisiana G. Grigsby, Susie 
( i rig-by. 



Mary Howard Hart, fifth daughter of Nathaniel Hart and Susanna 
Preston, married William Voorheis, of Louisiana. 

('Ill LDREN. 

George Voorheis, Charles 11. Voouheis, William Voorheis, Gordon 
Voorheis, John P. Voorheis. 



George T. Voorheis, eldest son of Mary How.ard Hart and \\ illiam 

Voorheis, married Laura Saunders, daughter of Lewis Saunders, of 

California, and is now a resident of Eureka, Nevada. 

CHILDREN. 
Marj a ret Voorheis. 



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GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



Charles II. Voorheis, second son of Mary Howard Hart and Wil- 
liam Voorheis, married Miss "Nannie Grand, of Lexington, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Gordon Voorheis, Charles Voorheis, Lillie Voorheis. 

William Voorheis, third son of Mary Howard Hart and William 

Voorheis, married ICllen Duncan, daughter of Henry Duncan, of 

Lexington Kentucky. 

CI I] I.DREN. 

Mary Voorheis, Elizabeth Voorheis, Lily i). Voorheis. 

Gordon Voorheis, fourth son of Mary Howard Hart, fell in battle 
in the Confederate Army. 



John Hart, second son of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson, 

married Mary Irvine, daughter of Colonel Chri.-topher Irvine, of 

Madison County, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Edwin Hart, Christopher Iliri, [saae Shell))' Hurt, Sophia 11. 

Hart, John Hart, David 1\ Hart. Eannie Hart, Lydia II. nt. Mary 

Hart, Sallie Hart, Thomas Hart, Nathaniel Hart. 

Edwin Hart, eldest son of John Hart au.d'Mary Irvine, married 
Elzabeth Bryant, of Eayette county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
John Hart, Maggie Hart, Thomas Hart, Bryant Hart. 

John Hart, eldest son of John Hart and Elizabeth Bryant, married 
Maggie Smith, of St. Joseph, Missouri. He was murdered by fed- 
eral soldiers in the commencement of the war. 

CHILDREN. 

Ida Hart, Elizabeth Hart, Agnes Hart, Fannie Han. 



Maggie Hart, eldest daughter of Edwin Hart and Elizabeth Bry- 
ant, married J >r. Burton, 

CHILDREN. 

Betti'e Hart, Llewellyn Hart, Mary Hart. 

Christopher Hart, second son of John Hart and Mary Irvin, mar- 
ried Elizabeth Dudley, of Eayette county, Kentucky. 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



Elizabeth Dudly Hurt. 



CHILDREN 



Second marriage to Nancy Dryant, of Fayette county, Kentucky. 

('fill I ) I ' I : N . 
David Hart, Isaac Hart, Sarali Han. Mary llarc Ann Hart, 
Belle Llart, Fannie Hart, Mag-ie Hart. 

Elizabeth I lait, daughter of ( 'lui-topher 1 [art and L.li/.ahcih I htdly, 

married Dr. Martin. 

CHILDREN. 

Nannie Martin, Kate .Martin, Uettie Martin, John Martin, Chris- 
topher Martin, Mary Martin. 

i>aac S. Hart, third son of Jnlni Hart and .Mary Irvine, married 
Lucy Klliot, of Woodford county, Kentucky, died early. 

Sophia 11. Hart, eldest daughter of John Hart and Mary Irvine, 
married James Boggs, of Fayette county, Kentucky. 

< II i! DREN. 
Robert Boggs ; died in infancy. 



.Second marriage to Clayton Curl, of Itichmond, Kentucky 

CHILDREN. 
Mary Curl. 



Mary Curl, only daughter of Sophia II. Boggs and Clayton Curl., 

married ttev. Henry Henderson. 

CHILDREN. 
Mary Henderson. 



David P. Hart, son of John Hart and Mary Irvine, married Lucy 
Ann Goodloe, of Madison county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Susan G. Hart. 

Second marriage to his cousin, Sarah Hart. 

CHILDREN. 
.Mary Hart, Christopher llari, Sallie [[art, John C. Hart. 

Susan G. Hart, daughter of David P. Hart and Lucy Ann Good- 
loe, married her cousin, Kddie Shelby. 



GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



CHILDREN. 
Hart Shelby, Willie Shelby, Lucy Shell))', Lillie Shelby, David 
Shelby, Isaac Shelby, Fvan Shelby, Susan Shelby, Mary Bullock 
Shelby. Another son, name unknown. 

Mary Hart, second daughter of David 1\ Hart and Sarah Hart, 
married Robert Goodrich, of Mississippi. 

( 1 1 1 1. 1 )R EN . 
Susie Goodrich, Sallie Goodrich, David Goodrich. 

Fannie Hart, second daughter of dohn Mart and Miry Irvine, 
married her cousin, William Irvine, of Richmond, Kentucky, 

CHILDREN. 
Kdwin Irvine, Mary Irvine, Thomas Irvine, David Irvine. 

Mary Irvine, daughter of Fannie [Tart and William [j'vino, mar- 
ried Dr. Bawie, of Baltimore, Maryland. 

CHILDREN. 
Five ; nanus unknow n. 

Edwin Irvine, eldest -on of Fannie Mart and William Irvine, mar- 
ried Nannie Forbess. 



CHILDREN, 



Six ; names unknown 



John Mart, fourth <m\ of John Mart and Mary Irvine, married 
Luan Duncan, of Madison county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

.Mary Hart, Lucy Hart. 

Mary Mart, eldest daughter of John Mart and Luan Duncan, mar- 
ried Mr. Brown, of Woodford county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Two ; nanus unknown. 



Lucy Mart, second daughter of J who Mart and Luan Duncan, mar- 
ried Lewis Marshall, son of Dr. Alex. Marshall, of Jessamine county, 
Kentucky. Died young. 

Lydia Mart, third daughter of John Mart and .Mary Irvine, mar- 
ried Jo] .. Williams, of Madison county, Kentucky. 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



CTIELDKEN. 
John William.-, Willie William-, Bettie William.-, Fannie William-. 

John Williams, eldest .son of Lydia Hurt and John Williams, was 
a soldier in the Codfederute army. 

Willie Williams, second son of Lydia Hart and John Williams, 
married Miss Henry, daughter of Dr. Henry, of Hot springs, Arkan- 
sas. 

Bettie Williams, eldest daughter of Lydia Hart and John Wil- 
liams, married Dr. Ilumber. 

CIIIE1 iRKN. 
Five ; names unknown. 

Lydia Williams married the second time to her brother-in-law, Wil- 
liam Irvine, of Missouri. 

Mary Hart, fourth daughter of John Hart and Mary Irvine, mar- 
ried John Todhunter, of Fayette county, Kentucky. 

(Ill I I J KEN. 

John Todhunter, Thomas Todhunter, Kate Todhunter, I lobcrt Tod- 
hunter, Edwin Todhunter. 



Second marriage to Thoma-- Irvine. 

Kate Todhunter, eldest daughter of .Mary Hart and John Ti 
hunter, married Dr. ( Josbee. 



Thomas Hart, sixth son of John Hart and Mary Irvine, married 
Aro Gayoso, of New Orleans, Louisiana. Thomas Hurt was a law- 
yer, and died recently in Texas. 

CIMEDKEN. 

Eda Hart, Irvine Hart, Fannie Hart, Aro Hart, Thomas Hart, 
Gayoso Hart. 



Fannie Hart, eldest daughter of Thomas Hart and Aro Gayoso, 
married Mr. Prescott, of Waco, Texas. 



Nathaniel Hart, seventh son of John Hart and Mary Irvine, mar 
ried Elizabeth Dudley, of Fayette count)'-, Kentucky. 



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GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



CHILDREN. 
Ann Hart, B'ettie Hart, 'Myra Hart, Florence Hart, John Hart, 
Nathaniel Hart. 



Ann Hart, eldest daughter of Nathaniel [fart and Elizabeth Dud- 
ley, married Mr. Williams. 

Bettie Hart, second daughter of Nathaniel Hart and Elizabeth 
Dudley, married Mr. Featherstone. 

Sallie Ann Hart, youngest child of John Hart and Mary Irvine, 

married James Steele. 

CHILDREN. 

Bertie Steele, Robert Lee Steele, Fannie Steele, Oliver Steele, Wil- 
liam Steele, John Steele, Henry (day Steele, Alice Steele. 

Simpson Hart, son of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson, died un- 
married. 

Cumberland Hart, fourth son Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson, 
married Fannie Hughes, of Madison county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Mary Ann Hart, Susanna Hart. John L\ Hart, Sarah Hart, Cum- 
berland Hart. 



Mary Ann Hart, eldest daughter of Cumberland Hart and Fannie 
Hughes, married her cousin, James McDowell Shelby, of Lincoln 

county, Kentucky, who died near .Memphis, Tennessee, in 1*77. 

CHILDREN. 
Evan Shelby, Susie Shelby, Nannie Shelby. 



Susanna Hart, second daughter of Cumberland Hart and Fannie 

Hughes, married John Mussey, son of Dr. Mussey, of Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

CHILDREN'. 

Mary O. Mussey, Hart Mussey, Alfred Mussey, William Mussey, 

Susie Mussey. 



Mary O. Mussey, eldest daughter of John Mussey and Susanna 
Hart, n irried Morrill Poore, subsequently a soldier in the Confeder- 
ate service. 
















































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NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



CHILDREN. 
Hart Poore, Mary Poore, Ella Poore, Fred. Poore, Joseph Poore. 

Hart Mussey, eldest son of Susanna Hart ami John Mussey, mar- 
ried Sophrouia Presual, of Texas. 

(iiii dri:n. 

Laura Presnal, infant, name unknown. 



Alfred Mussey, second son of Su-anna Hart and John Mussey, mar- 
ried Callie Mitchell, of Texas. 

CHILDREN. 
Everett Mussey, Mai) Mussey, NYillie Mussey, Hart Mussey. 

Sussie -Mussey, second daugluer of Susanna Hart and John Mussey, 

married Robert Greenwood. 

CHILDREN. 
.Mary Lee ( rreenwood. 



Sarah S. Hart, third daughter of Cumberland Hart and Fannie 

Hughes, married her cousin, David P. Hart, of Fayette county, 

Kentucky. 

CI III DREN. 

Mary Hart, Christopher Hart, Sallie Hart, John C. Hart. 

Mary Hart, eldest daughter of Sarah S. Hart and David P. Hart, 
married Robert Goodrich, of Mississippi. 

(1111 DREN, 
Susie Goodrich, Sallie Goodrich. 

Cumberland Hart, youngest son of Cumberland Hart and Fannie 
Hughes, died young in Texas. 

John Hart, eldest son of Cumberland Hart and Fannie Hughes, 
married Maria Elmore, of Fayette county, Kentucky. 

( IIILDREN. 
Albert Hart, John Hart, Simpson Hart, James II irt, Willie Hart, 

Kiltie Hart. 

Itichard Green Hart, fifth son of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simp, 
son, married Rebeeca Thompson, daughter of Col. John Thompson, 



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< lENEALOGK AL NARRATIVE. 



of Harrodsburg, Kentucky, lit; settled in Henderson county, Ken- 
tucky, where he .-pent the remainder of his life. 

('lilt i >U!..\'. 
Thomas N. Hart, John T. Hart, Sarah Simpson Hart, .Mary R. 
Hart, Isaac Shelby Hart. 

Thomas Is 1 . Hart, oldest son of Iliehard G. Hart and Rebecca 
Thompson, married Caroline Harris, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

John Thompson Hart, second «?on of Richard G. Hart and Rebecca 
Thompson, married Katharine Taylor, of Indiana. 

CHILDREN. 

Rebecca G. Hart, Sarah Moseley Hart, Evan Shelby Hart, John 
Hart, James Hart, .Mary Hart, Ella Hart. 



Richard G. Hart, son of John T. Hart and Katharine Taylor, died 
unmarried. 

Sarah Moseley Hart, eldest daughter of John T. Hut and Katha- 
rine Taylor, married Mr. Keith, of Missouri. 

cm ldk en. 
Sophronia Keith. 



Second marriage to Jessee Snider, of Missouri. 



CHILDREN. 



Martin Snider 



Third marriage to Jessee Story, of Missouri, 

CHILDREN. 
Jessee Story. 



Evan Shelby Hart, second son of John T. Hart and Katharine 
Taylor, married his cousin, Letitia H. Smith, daughter of Isaac 
Shelby Smith, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Kate Hart, Mar) Hart, Edwin Hart, Sallie Smith Hart, Shelby 
Hart. 



James Hart, third son of John T. Hart and Katharine Taylor, 
married Jane Miller. 



NATHANIEL HARTS DESCENDANTS. 



John Mart, fourth son of -John T. II trt and Katharine Taylor, mar- 
ried Ann Scott, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

Mary Hart, second daughter of John T. Hart and Katharine Tay- 
lor, married John ( )ates. 

Ella Hart, third daughter of John T. Hart and Katharine Taylor, 
married James Uradshaw. 

Sarah Simpson Hart, eldest daughter of Richard G, Hart ami lie- 

becca Thompson, married John Mo.-oly, a lawyer, s >n of Uaniel 

Moseley, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

( llll M:i:\. 
.Mary John Moseley. 

Second marriage to ('apt. Alcxandi-r Shaw, a native of Ireland but 

resident of Fayette county, Mississippi. 

CI II ! Dl: I X. 
Richard II. Shaw. 



Mary J. Moseley, only child of Sarah S. Hart and John Mo-cloy, 
married Dr. Benjamin A. Shaw, of layette county, M i~i~- ippi. 

I Illl.DKEX. 

John A. Shaw, Henry (,'. Shaw, Andrew Hardin Shaw, George 
Moseley Shaw, Virginia Shelby Shaw. 

Richard II. Shaw, son oi Sarah S. Moseley and ('apt. Alexander 
Shaw, married Kmma I'arothers, of DeSoto county, Mississippi. 

CIIII.DUEN. 

Several — names unknow n. 

Mai)' Burton Hart, second daughter of Richard (J. Hart and Re- 
becca Thompson, married Samuel Moseley, merchant, son ol I 'avid 
Moseley, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

Second marriage to .lames Marshall, merchant, of Henderson, 

Kentucky. 



Third marriage to her cousin, Isaac Shelby Smith, ol' Henderson, 
Kentucl . . 















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CHILDREN. 
John Hart Smith, Richard G. Smith, Letitia II. Smith, Virginia 
Shelby Smith, Mary Rebecca Smith, Julia ( ). Smith. 

John II. Smith and Richard G. Smith, only sons of Isaac Shelby 
Smith and Mary 15. Marshall, died early, 

Letitia II. Smith. [S.-e Evan Shelby Hart.] 

Virginia Shelby Smith, second daughter of Isaac Shelby Smith and 
.Mary B. Marshall, married Thomas J. Mann, of Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 

Albert Preston Mann, Florence Mann, Henry II. Mann, Mildred 
Mann. 

Julia O. Smith, fourth daughter of Isaac Shelby Smith and Mary 
B. Marshall, married J. T. Williams, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Sallie Young Williams, John S. Williams, Annie Guion William.-. 

Isaac Shelby Hart, third son of Richard G. Hart and Rebecca 
Thompson, married Mary Scott, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Robert Scott Hart, John Hart, Emma Hart, Rebecca Hart. 

Emma Hart, eldest daughter of Isaac Shelby I Tart and Mary Scott, 

married Henry Burns, merchant, of Hebbardsville, Henderson county, 

Ke n tu c k y . 

CHILDREN. 

Herbert Burns, Robert Burns, Hester Burns, Emma Burns. 

Robert Scott Hart and John Hart, sons of Isaac Shelby Hart and 
Mary Scott, are merchants in Hebbardsville, and are unmarried. 

Kezia Hart, eldest daughterof .Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson, 
married Col. Liwrence Thompson, of M id-i'son county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Chinoe Thompson, Sarah S. Thompson, Diehard Thompson, Susan 
Thompso j, Allen Thompson, Alfred Thompson, Thomas Thompson. 
Margarel Thompson. 



NATHANIEL UAU-T'S DESCENDANTS. 



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Chinoe Thompson, eldest daughter of Kezia Hurt ami Col. Law- 
rence Thoiiipson, married Uichard Morton. 

Sarah S. Thompson, second daughter of Kezia Hart and Lawrence 
Thompson, married Lewis Hickman. 

Susan Thompson, third daughter of Kezia Hart and Lawrence 
Thompson, married Mr. Lyle. 

Margaret Thompson, fourth daughter of Kezia Hart and Lawrence 
Thompson, married Jack Combs, brother of (Jen. Leslie ( niibs, «>f 

Lexington, Kentucky. 

Some of the remain ins: members of Mrs. Thompson's) family married, 
and several of them left families, but all efforts to obtain a correct 
history of them have prooved unsuccessful. 



Susanna Hart, second daughter of Nathaniel [Tart and Sarah 
Simpson, a woman distinguished for her many rare and noble traits oJ 
character, married Isaac Shelby, Colonel in the revolutionary army, one 
of the heroes of the battle of King's Mountain ; tirst governor of Ken- 
tucky, afterwards re-elected to the office, besides filling many offices of 
trust and honor tendered him by his countrymen. He was born near 
Hagarstown, Maryland, and died suddenly at his home, Traveler's 
Rest, Lincoln county, Kentucky, where he was buried on a -mot chosen 
by himself, on which his first camp lire was lighted. 

CHI I DKEX. 

Sarah S. Shelby, James Shelby, Thomas Hart Shelby, Nancy 
Shelby, John Shelby, Susan Shell))-, Kvan Shelby, Isaac Shelby, Le- 
titia Shelby, Alfred Shelby. 



Sarah S. Shelby, eldest daughter of Susanna Hart and Col. Isaac 
Shelby, married 1 >r. lCphrnim McDowell a native of Uockbridgc 
county, Virginia, who was a student at the I niversity of lYiinbuigh. 
Scotland, and who became the most distinguished surgeon oi the age. 

Cilli.l 'KIN. 

Susanna Hart McDowell, Mary McDowell, Adeline McDowell, 
William Wallace McDowell, Katharine McDowell. 



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GKNKALOUICAL XARKA'l l\ I'.. 



Susanna Hart McDowell, eldest ilaughter of Sarah S. Shelby ami 

Dr. Ephrairu Mel >.> \v<*] 1 , manic 1 Col. David Irvine, of Ilichmond, 

Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Sara Shelby Irvine, Bjttie Irvine, Isaac Shelby Irvine, David 

Irvine. 



Sara S. Irvine, eldest daughter •-(' Susan Hart McDowell and C >1. 
David Irvine, married Cad. Addison While, of Abingdon, Virginia, 
now a resident of liuntsville, Alabama. 

CHILDREN. 

Alice White, Bettie 1. White, 1). Irvine White, Sunie McDowell 
White, Sallie Shelby White, Newton K. White. 

Alice White, eldest daughter of Sara S. [rvine and Col. Addison 

White, married Dr. Gilbert C. Green way, of Virginia, now of Il<<t 

Springs, Arkansas. 

CHILDREN. 

Addison White Greenway, John Campbell Greenway, Gilbert 

Christian Greenway, James C. Greenway. 

Bettie I. White, second daughter of Sara S. hvine and Col. Addi- 
son White, married Oliver Beirrin Patton, of Huntsville, Alabama. 

CHILDREN. 

Susan Beirrin Fatten, Irvine White I'atton, Oliver B. I'atton, flat- 
tie Lee l'atton. 



D. Irvine White, lawyer, eldest sou of Sara Shelby White, and Col. 
Addison White, married .Lucie Matthews, of Huntsville, Alabama. 



Elizabeth S. Irvine, second daughter of Susan Hart McDowell and 

Col. David Irvine, married her cousin, William M. Irvine. 

CHILDREN. 
Bessie 1 ). Irvine. 

Isaac Shelby Irvine, eldest son of Susan II. McDowell, married 
Bettie Hood, of Kentucky. 



Mary McDowell, second daughter of Sarah S. Shelby and Dr 
Ephrain McDowell, married George Young, v\' Shelby count}', Ky 



NATIIAMKL HART'S DKSCKNDANTS. 



( ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 i I : I . \ . 
Mary Young, George Young, lOphrairu Young. 

Mary. Young, Jaugliter of Mary McDowell and Ceorge \oung, 
married Marion Baker, of New Orleans. 

Second marriage 1 to Mr. Uidingbow. 

X ames of children unknown. 

William Wallace McDowell, oldest .-mi of Sarah S, Sh. Iby and Dr. 
Fnhraim McDowell, married .Mary Hall, oJ Shelbyville, Kentucky. 

( HI I l>k! X. 
John McDowell, Florence McDowell, Fphraim McDowell, Sallie 
McDowell, Mary McDowell, Alice McDowell, William McDowell, 
Shelby McDowell. 



John McDowell, eldest son of William Wallace McDowell 
Mary Hall, a soldier in the confederate service four years, died at 
Sclma, Alabama, June .'»(), b s »io. 



Florence McDowell, eldest daughter of William Wallace McDowell 
and Mary Hail, married her cousin. Thomas Hart Shelby, jr., of 

Fayette county, Kentucky. 

< in i mj;\. 

Thomas Hart Shelby, Mary Cosby Shelby, Wallace McDowell 
Shelby, Lizzie K. Shelby, Fannie T. Shelby, Alice M. Shelby, Ko-a 
Clay Shelby, Katie Shelby, George S. Shelby, infant- -name unknown. 

Ephraim McDowell, second son of William Wallace McDowell and 
Mary Hall, married Miss Watson, of Colin county, Texas, and i- now 
a resident of Tex a-. 



i 1 1 1 i.hUk.S 



Two, minor.-. 



Sallie McDowell, second daughter of William Wallace McDowell 
and Mary Hall, married William T. Noel, of Monroe count)', Mis- 
souri. 

Thi' \ minors. 



CHILDREN 



GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



Mary McDowell, third daughter of William Wallace McDowell and 

.Mary Hall, married William Chandler, of Monroe county, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 
Three, minors-. 

Alice McDowell, fourth daughter of William Wallace McDowell 

and Mary Hall, married William IJenson, of St. Louis, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 
One, a minor. 

William M :Dowell, third son of William Wallace McDowell and 

Mary Hall, married Lmma White, Monroe county, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 
One, a minor. 



Shelby McDowell, fourth son of William Wallace McDowell and 
Mary Hall, is now a resident of Texas. 



Adeline McDowell, third daughter of Sarah S. Shelby and Dr. 
Kphraim McDowell, married James W . Deadrick, then a lawyer, 
now Judge of Supreme Court of Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 

Arthur Hon Albade Deadrick, Shelby McDowell Deadrick, Anna 
Mary Deadrick, James Uallitzen Deadrick, David Franklin Deadrick, 
William Wallace Deadrick, Alfred Shelby Deadrick, Louis Clifton 
Deadrick, Charles Alexander Deadrick, Adeline McDowell Deadrick". 

Arthur 1). A. Deadrick, eldest sou of Adeline McDowell and Judge 
.Limes W . Deadrick, married Mary Adeline Walker. 

CHILDREN. 

James William Deadrick, Henry McDowell Deadrick, Mary Kliza- 
beth Deadrick, Lulu Clifton Deadrick, Charles Deadrick, Monroe 
Meek Deadrick. 



Shelby McDowell Deadrick, second son of Adeline McDowell and 
Judge , James W. Deadrick, married Sophia Louisa Urown. 

''Ill I HREN. 
Wallace Shelby Deadrick. 

Ann i .Mary Deadrick, eldest daughter of Adeline McDowell ami 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. i,:; 


Jiuloe James \Y. Deadrick. married William D. VanDyke, attorney 


1 at law, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 


CHILDREN. 


Anna Clifton VanDyke, Thomas Nixon VanDyke, Prancis Livinia 


VanDyke, Gary Shelby VanDyke. 


James <>. Deadrick, third son of Ail' line .McDowell ami J ml ire 


.lames W. Deadrick, married Kli/.abelh ,1. Say res, of Virginia. 


CHILDKEN. 


lOlhi Howe Deadrick, Howe Savers Deaclriek. 


David P. Deadrick, fourth son of Adeline McDowell and Judge 


James W. Deadrick, married Nannie llaynes, ol' Tennessee. 


CHILDREN. 


Anna Mary Deadrick, Dannie Deadrick, Adelia Deadrick, lamina 


Deadrick, David Pranklin Deadrick, Carrie Deadrick. 


William Wallace Deadrick, lil'ili sen ol Adeline McDowell ami 


Judge James \V. Deadrick, married Sallie (Jreen Hardin, ol' Ken- 


tucky. 


CHILDREN. 


Sallie 1 lardin Deadrick. 


Alfred Shelby Deadrick, sixth son of Adeline McDowell and .Judge 


.lames W. Deadrick, married Carter [-.lister, of Virginia. 


C 1 1 1 1 D K EN. 


Kate Deadrick, Lucy Deadrick. 


Louis Clifton Deadrick, seventh son of Adeline McDowell and 


Judge James W. Deadrick, married Nannie Bay less, of Lennes^ee. 


CHII DREN. 


Kliza Adeline 1 )eadrick. 


Charles Alexander Deadrick, eighth son of Adeline McDowell and 


Judge James W. Deadrick, married his cousin, Sue Anderson, of 


Missouri. 


CHILDREN. 


Oma Deadrick, Kate Deadrick. 


Catharine McDowell, fourth daughter of Sarah S. Shelby and Dr. 







lil GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 




Ephraim McDowell, married Col. A. A. Anderson, lawyer, of East 




Tennessee. 




CHILDREN. 




Evan Shelby Anderson, Ephraim McDowell Anderson, Joseph An- 




derson, Stockman Wallace Anderson, Kate Anderson, Sue Hart An- 




derson. 




levari Shelby Anderson, eldest son of Catharine McDowell and Col. 




A. A. Anderson, a soldier in the Confederate service, married Nora 




Samms. 




< mil 'Ui:\. 




Charlie Anderson, Gussie Anderson, Evan Anderson, Addison An- 




derson, Mabel Anderson. 




Ephraim McDowell Anderson, second son of Cathrrine McD.jw 11 




and Col. A. A. Anderson, soldier in the Confederate army, married 




Lula I hum. 




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Joseph Anderson, third sou of Catharine McDowell and Col. A. A. 
Anderson, unmarried. 

Stockman Wallace Anderson, fourth son of Catharine McDowell 
and Col. A. A. Anderson, unmarried. 



Kate Anderson, eldest daughter of Catharine McDowell and Col. 
A. A. Anderson, married U. l'>. Giddings, of the Confederate army. 

CI HI DREN. 
Joseph Giddings, dames Giddings, Fannie Giddings. 

Sue Hart Anderson, second daughter of Catharine McDowell and 
Col. A. A. Anderson. [See Charles Alexander Deadrick.] 

James Shelby, eldest son of Susanna Hart and Col. Isaac Shelby, 
Brigadier General of militia in the war of 1812, and afterwards a 
farmer near Lexington, married his cousin, Mary L'indell, daughter 
of Dr. Richard L'indell, of Lexington, Kentucky. 

CIHI LREN. 

Richard P. Shelby, Susan Shelby, [saac Shelby, James Shelby, 
Koscii ko Shelby, La Fayette Shelby, Evan Shelby. 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



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Richard P. Shelby, eldest son of (Jen. James Shelby and Mary 

Pindell, married Lydia Hickman, of Fayette county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
James Shelby, deceased. 

Second marriage to Mrs. Williams, of Missouri, formerly of Ten- 
nessee. 



Mary P. Shelby. 



CHILDREN. 



Susan Shelby, only daughter of (Jen. James Shelby and Mary Pin- 
dell, married Col. William Carter, member of the Kentucky Lesrisla- 
lure. 

Second marriage to Samuel Magoiiin, brother of Gov. Magofiin. 

She is the only surviving member of her lather's family. 

Isaac Shelby, second son of (.Jen. dames Shelby and Mary Pindell. 

married Sarah MeChire, of Jessamine county, Kentucky. 

(I II I DRE.V. 
.Mary Barton Shelby. 



12 van Shelby, youngest son of Men. dames Shelby ami Mary Pin- 
dell, married Miss Amanda Bruin, of Lexington', Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Mary P. Shelby, who recently married -J. C. Stallcup, of Denver, 

Colorado. 

Thomas Hart Shelby, second sen of Susanna I Tart and Cow Lsaae 

Shelby, married Miss McDowell, neice of Dr. Ephraim McDowell, of 

Danville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Sarah Shelby, Susan Shelbv. 



Second marriage to Mary Bullock, -aster of Judge William Bullock, 

of Ejouisville, Kentucky. 

CD II DKEN. 

Lsaac Shelby, Elizabeth Shelby, .Mary Cosby Shelby, Thomn.* 

Shelby, Eddie Shelby. 



Sarah Shelby, eldest daughter of Thoirtas II. Shelby and Miss Mc- 
Dowell married Richard Higgius, of Lexington, Kentucky. 



111". 



GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



Susan Shelby, second daughter of Thomas II. Shelby and [Miss Mc- 
Dowell, accompanied her uncle, Hon. James Shannon, to Central 
America, and died soon after their arrival. 



Elizabeth Shelby, eldest daughter of Mary Bullock and Thomas II. 

Shelby, married Judge William Kinkead. 

CHILDREN. 

Margaret Kinkead, George Kinkead, Nellie Kinkead, Lizzie Kin- 
kead. 

Margaret Kinkead, eldest daughter of Elizabeth Shelby and Judge 
William B. Kinkead, married Mr. Darnell, lawyer. 

CHILDREN. 

Several ;. name- unknown. 



.Mary Cosby Shelby, second daughter of Thomas II. Shelby and 
Mary Bullock, married Mr. Shanklin. 

Thomas Shelby, eldest son of M iry Bullock and Thomas 11. Shelby, 

married Lizzie Todd. 

CHILDREN. 

John Shelby. 

Second marriage to Florence McDowell. [See William Wallace 
McDowell.] 



John Shelby, .son of Thomas Shelby and Lizzie Todd, married Mi.-s 
Craig, of St. Louis, Missouri. 

CHILDREN. 

Thomas Shelby. 



Eddie Shelby, third son of Mary Bullock and Thomas II. Shelby, 
married Susan G. Hart. [See David 1\ Hart. ] 

Susanna Shelby, daughter of Susanna Hart and Gov. Isaac Shelby, 
married Dr. Janus McDowell. 



Second marriage to James Shannon, Charge d' A flairs to Central 
America. 



'Third marriage to Col. John Me Kinney 



Foui.i. marriage to Rev. James Fishback. 






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NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 


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Nancy Shelby, daughter of Susanna Hart and Gov. 


Isaac Shelby, 


married Rev. Samuel K. Nelson, of the Presbyterian 


Church, who 


died iu Florida in 1828. 

CHILDREN. 




Susan Nelson, Shelby Nelson. Both died young. 




Evan Shelby, son of Susanna Hart and Gov. Isaac SI 


telby, married 


Nancy Warren, daughter of Capt. John Warren, of L 


incoln county, 


Kentucky. Mr. Shelby served in the war of 1812. 




CHILDREN. 




Isaac Shelby, John \Y. Shelby, SusairH. Shelby, jm 


ith A mi Shcl- 


by, Nannie W. Shelby, James McDowell Shelby, Evan ; 


Shelby, Jijseph 


Shelby, Sallie McDowell Shelby, Alfred Shelby. 




-John W . Shelby, second .-on of I] van Shelby and N 


ancy Warren, 


married Mary Knight, daughter of Dr. Joseph Knight, 


of Louisville, 


Kentucky, 

(11 [LDREN. 




Ann I 4 ] van Shelby, Josephine Shelby, William Head 


Shelby, Hor- 


tense Shelby. 




Ann Evan Shelby, eldest daughtei el John W. Sh< 


lby and Mary 


Knight, married Sosthan (Jomption, of Louisiana. 

CHILDREN. 
Shelby Comptun, John Ooiuplon, Amelia (Jompton. 




Lucien ( l omp- 


ton. 




Second marriage to A. 11. Mason, of Virginia. 




CTIJLDKEN. 




May Mason, Hamilton Mason, Pickings Mason, Annii 


• Mason. 


-Josephine Shelby, second daughter of John W. She 


by and Mary 


Knight, married George Wallack, of New Vork. 




CHILDREN. 
Mary Shelby Wallack. 




Second marriage to William Morgan, of Virginia. 




CHILDREN. 




Emma Knight Morgan, John Shelby Morgan, Wi 
Evelyn Morgan. 


liam Morgan, 


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68 GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



William R. Shell))', only son of John \Y. Shelby arid Mary Knight, 
married Mary Cass, daughter of Gen. Cass, of Pittsburg, Pennsylva- 
nia, 

< 11 II. I )R EN. 

Cass Shelby, Charles Littleton Shelby, Walter Shelby, Ella Shelby, 
George Shelby. 



Hortense Shelby, third daughter of John W. Shelby and Mary 

Knight, married Edward R. Harris, of Memphis, Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 
Hortense S. Harris. 



James McDowell Shelby, third son of Evan She. by and Nancy 
Warren, married his cousin, Mary A. Hart. 

CHILDREN. 
Evan Shelby, Susie Shelby, Nannie Shelby. 

Susan H. Shelby, eldest daughter of Evan Shelby and Nancy War- 
ren, married Dr. William S. Read, of Virginia. 

CHILDREN. 
.Nannie Read. 

Nannie Read, only child of Susan If. Shelby and Dr. William S. 

Read, married Mr. Smith, of Arkansas. 

CHILDREN. 
One, a son. 

Judith Ann Shelby, second daughter of Evan Shelby and Nancy 
Warren, married William Carpenter, of Lincoln county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Evan Shelby Carpenter, George Carpenter, Nannie Carpenter, 
Emma Carpenter, Willie Carpenter, Susie Carpenter, Logan Carpen- 
ter, Jennie Carpenter, James Carpenter, twins. 

Evan Shelby Carpenter, eldest son of Judith Ann Shelby and \\ il- 
liam Carpenter, married Miss Ireland. 

CHILDREN. 
John Ireland Shelby. Another; name unknown. 



George Carpenter, second son of Judith Ann Shell))' and William 
Carpenter, married Miss Wintersmith, of Kentucky. 



NATHANIEL HARTS DESCENDANTS. 



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CHILDREN 



William Shelby Carpenter. 



Nannie Carpenter, eldest (laughter of Judith Ann Shelby and Wil- 
liam Carpenter,, married 1 1 in Thompson, of Kentucky. Now in 

Texas. 

CHILDREN. 

Km ma Thompson, [L>rt< n.-e Thorn pson. 

Emma Carpenter, second daugnter of Judith Ann Shelby and Wil- 
liam Carpenter, died in early girlhood. 

Susie Carpenter, third daughter or' Judith Ann Shelby ami William 
Carpenter, married her cousin, CJeorge Campbell. 

Evan Shelby, third son of Evan Shelby and Nanev Warren, mar- 
ried Sim; Creel, of Lebanon, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Joseph Shelby, Thomas Shelby. 

Second marriage to Miss J me*. 

• Mil I ) R E N . 
Several ; name- unknown. 

Joseph W. Shelby, lil'ih son of Evan Shelby ami Nancy Warren, 
unmarried. Shot and killed by Erank Cowan,' of Danville, Ken- 
tucky. 



Nannie W. Shelby, third daughter of Evan Shelb) and Nanc) War- 
ren, married her cousin, Louis Taylor, of Danville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Willie Taylor, J nm-s MeD. Taylor, Warren Taylor. 

S.illie McDowell Shelby, fourih daughter of Evan Shelby ami 
Nancy Warren, moiled William Rust, State Senator, of Texas. 

( H1LDREN. 
Augusta Rust. 



Alfred S lelhy, sixth son of Evan Shelby and Nancy Warren, mar 
ried VI ittie Culvert, daughter of Mai. Calvert, of Texas. 



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Gertrude Magoffin, second daughter of Anna N. Shelby and linn. 
Beriah Magoffin, married Frank Singleton. 

CHILDREN. 

Shelby Singleton, Mary K. Singleton, John Singleton, Frank Single- 
ton. 

Beriah Magoffin, son of Anna N. Shelby and Hon. Beriah Magof- 
fin, married Lutie Thomps in. 

CHILDREN. 

Mary Magoffin, Beriah Magoffin. 

Ebenezer Magoffin, son of Anna N. Shelby and lion. Beriah Ma- 
goffin, n iried Emma Thompson. 



CHILDREN. 
Willie R. Shelby, Calvert Shelby, Sallie McDowell Shelby, Evan 

Shelby, Priscilla Shelby, Susan Shelby. 

Isaac Shelby, fifth son of Susanna Hart and Gov. Isaac Shelby, 

married Maria Warren, daughter of Capt. John Warren, of Lincoln 

county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Anna N. Shelby, Mary l\ Shelby, Susan Shelby, Letitia Shelby, 

Laac Shelby, John Shelby, Henry Clay Shelby. 

Anna N. Shelby, eldest daughter of Isaac Shelby and Maria War- 
ren, married Beriah Magoffin, a lawyer of llarrodsburg, Kentucky, 
whose brilliant career exceeded the most sanguine expectations of his 
many friends, being a member of the Kentucky Legislature, both as 
Representative and Senator, Governor of Kentucky, and member of 

many important conventions. 

CHILDREN. 

Sue Magoffin, Gertrude Magoffin, Fbenezer Magoffin, Jennie Ma- 
goffin, Anna Magoffin, Beriah Magoffin, L-tiu'i Magoffin, Samuel Ma- 
goffin. 

Sue Magoffin, eldest daughter of Anna N. Shelby and Hon. Beriah 

Magoffin, married Nathaniel Gaither. 

CHILDREN. 
Ma&ide Gaither. 



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CHILDREN. 
Emma Magoffin. Others; names unknown. 

Jennie Magoffin, third daughter of Anna N. .Shelby and Huh. Be- 
riah Magoffin, married Mr. Hutchinson, of New York City. Died 



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Anna Magoffin, fourth daughter of Anna N. Shelby and Hon. Be- 
riah Magoffin, married Dr. J). C. Tucker, of Danville, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 

Annie Tucker. Son; name unknown. 



Letitia Magoffin, fifth daughter of Anna N. Shell))' and Hon. Be- 
riah Magoffin, married John Charles Thompson. 

CHILDREN. 
Son and daughter; names unknown. 



Mary P. Shelby, second daughter of Isaac Shelby ami Maria War- 
ren, married Henry Tevis, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

CHILDREN. 
Rebecca Tevis, Maria Tevis, Lloyd Tevis, Shelby Tevis. 



Rebecca Tevis, eldest daughter of Mary 1\ Shelby and Henry 
Tevis, married her cousin, William Preston Hart, of Woodford coun- 
ty, Kentucky. 

Susan Preston 1 1 art. 



CHILDREN. 



Maria Tevis, second daughter of .Mary P. Shelby and Henry Tevis, 

married Thomas Burk, of Virginia. 

CHILDREN. 
Mary Dorethee Park. 



Susan Shelby, daughter of Isaac Shelby and Maria Warren, mar 
ried Samuel Magoffiu, of Mexico. 

CHILDREN. 
Jauie Magoffin, Susie Magoffin. 



Letitia Shelby, fourth daughter of Isaac Shelby and Maria War 
ren, married James P. Dallam, of Paducah, Kentucky. 



GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



CHILDREN. 
Isaac S. Dallam, Mary T. Dallam, Frank Blair Dallam, -James L. 
Dallam. 



Isaac Shelby, eldest sun of Isaac Shelby and Maria Warren, mar- 
ried Mary Steele, of Scotch parentage, born near the Canada line. 

CHILDREN. 

Annie S. Shelby, Susan Hart Shelby, Maria Letitia Shelby, Mary 
Steele Shelby, Isaac Shelby, Marfory Steele Shelby, deceased, , lean 
Shelby, Wilkins Shelby, Uebeeea Tevis Shelby, Alfred (J rigsby Shel- 
by, John Warren Shelby, George S. Shelby, Florence McDowell 
Shelby, Laura Blackburn Shelby. 

John W. Shelby, second son of Isaac Shelby and Maria Warren, 

married Mrs. Laura Calaway. 

CHILDREN. 

Isaac Shelby, Warren Shelby, dame-; Shelby. 

Henry Clay Shelby, third son of Isaac Shelby and Maria Warren, 
married Laura Mahaii, of Illinois. Lied young. 

CHILDREN. 

James Dallam Shelby. 

Letitia Shell)}', fourth daughter of Susanna Hart and Col. Isaac 

Shelby, married Col. C S. Todd, lawyer, sun of Judge Thomas Todd, 

a native of Virginia. Col. Todd, alter filling many responsible offices, 

before and after, was appointed Charge d'AH'aires to Columbia, South 

America, and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to 

Russia. 

CHILDREN. 

Elizabeth Richards Todd, Isaac Shelby Todd, Thomas Todd, Sallie 

Todd, John Todd, Letitia Todd, Virginia Shelby Todd, Charles 11. 

Todd. 



Elizabeth R. Todd, eldest daughter of Letitia' Shelby and Col. ( '. 
S. Todd, married Robert Russell, of Kentucky. 

CHILDREN.. 

Letitia Shelby Russell, William Russell, Olga Russell, Charles Todd 
Russell, Ldmund Starling Russell. 







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Letitia Shelby Russell, eldest daughter of Elizabeth It. Todd and 




Robert Russell, married Reuben T. Posey, of Louisiana. 




CHILDREN. 
Eliza Dixon Posey. 


William Russell married a Mexican lady ; name unknown. 




Olga Russell, second daughter of Elizabeth R. Todd and Robert 




Russell, married John (). Hall. Died in Memphis. 




C II J I.DREX. 
Russell Hall. 




Charles Russell, second son of Elizabeth R, Todd and Robert Rus- 




sell, married a Texas lady; name unknown. 

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Isaac Shelby Todd, eldest son of Letitia Shelby and Col. C. S. 




Todd, married Sarah Wilson, daughter of Thomas I\ Wilson, of 




Louisville, Kentucky. 

( IIILDKEN. 




Laura Griflin Todd, Thomas Wilson Todd, Susan Hampton Todd. 




Laura Griffin Todd, eldest daughter of Laac Shelby \\M and Sa- 




rah Wilson, married Dr. Waller Black, son of William C. Black, of 




New Orleans. 

CH II DREN. 




Cornelia Black, William C. Black, Isaac Shelby Black. 




Susan LTampton Todd, second daughter of Isaac Sludbv Todd and 




Sarah Wilson, married Vernon Wolf, son of Nathaniel Wolf, of j 




Louisville, Kentucky. 

( UIEDREX. 




Sallie Wolf, Charles Wolf, Toad Wolf. 




Thomas Todd, second son of Letitia Shelby and Col. C. S. Todd, 




married Jane Smith, of Shelbvville, Kentuekv. 




CHILDREN'. 




Charles Todd, [Ienry Smith Todd. 




Second marriage to Sue Jacobs, of Danville, Kentu-ekv. 


Third marriage to Bettie Bonney. 



GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



CHILDREN. 
Kate Todd, Charles Todd, Caleb Bonne)' Todd, Letitia Shell))- Todd, 
Bessie Todd. 



Sallie Todd, second daughterof Letitia Shelby and Col. C. S. Todd, 
married Fin ley Wall, member of Legislature, of Daviess county, Ken- 
tucky. 



CHILDREN 



Sallie Wall, Letitia Wall, 



Second marriage to E. A. Hathaway, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Charles Todd Hathaway, Alice Hathaway, Thomas Shelby Hatha- 
way, John Todd Hathaway, Clinton G. Hathaway. 

Sallie Wall, daughter of Sallie Todd and Finley Wall, married W. 

II. Liudsey, of Louisville, Kentucky. Died early. 

CHILDREN. 
Sallie Wall Lindsey. 

Alice Hathaway, eldest daughter of Sallie Wall and L. A. Hatha- 
way, married Phil. T. Johnson, of Owensboro, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
James L. Johnson, Harriott Johnson. 



Letitia Shelby Todd, third daughter of Letitia Shelby and Col. C. 
S. Todd, married Dr. John Carter, of New Orleans. 

CHILDREN. 

Florence Cartel', John Todd Carter, Virginia Griffith Carter. Chas. 
T. Carter, Edward Lee Carter, Thomas Todd Carter. 



Virginia Shelby Todd, fourth daughter of Letitia Shelby and Col. 
C. S. Todd, married Daniel Griffith, of Owensboro, Kentucky, mem- 
ber of Kentucky Legislature. 

CHILDREN. 

Letitia Shelby Griffith, Virginia Todd Griffith (died young), Joshua 
Griffith, Florence Griffith, Kosa Griffith, Daniel Moseley Griffith, Ituth 
Griffith, Charles T.Griffith, Clinton R. Griffith, Maimie Griffith. 

Letitia Shelby Griffith, eldest daughter of Virginia Todd and Dan- 
iel Griffith, married Henry Watkins, oif Kansas City, Missouri. 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



John Todd, third sun of Col. C S. Todd and Letitia Shelby, died 
unmarried. 



Charles II. Todd, fourth son of Lititia Shelby and Col. C. S. Todd, 
now a prominent physician in Chvensboro, Kentucky, was the young- 
est surgeon in (Jon. Lee's army, and also President of the Medical 
Society, of Kentucky. He married Kosa Burwell, of Virginia. 

CHILDREN. 
Kosa Todd, Fannie Steptoe Todd. 



Alfred Shelby, youngest son of Susanna Hart and Col. Isaac Shel- 
by, whose talents and culture gave great promise of influence and use- 
fulness, was cut down in early life, after having married his cousin, 
Virginia Hart. [See Virginia [Tart.] 

Mary Ann Hart, third daughter of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah 
Simpson, married Col. Uiehard Dallam, of Logan conntv, Kentucky. 
They left no family. 

Chinoe (Indian name for Kentucky), youncj t daughter <d" Nathan- 
i 1 Hart and Sarah Simpson, was. not, as has been stated, the lirsl 
white child born in Kentucky. The exacl location id' hei' birth can- 
not now be ascertained, but it occurred in Virginia, October 2">. 1 t . • • 
in which State her father left his. family on their route from North 
Carolina to Kentucky, while he went forward lo the then wilderness 
country to prepare their future home. Tne perilous journey was com- 
pleted in 1780, and they were compelled to seek refuge from the hos- 
tile Indians in the fort at B rmesburo, at which place and vicinity 
they remained until Mr. Hart's assassination by the Indian-. Her 
mother's death occurring soon after, she, and her younger brothers and 
sisters, found a home in the family of their brother-in-law, Col. Isaac 
Shelby, and were reared bv them as their own children. 

In J7l>7 she married John Smith, of Frankfort, member of Ken- 
tucky L gUlature, and died in Shelby county, Tennessee, at the ad- 
vanced age oi' ninety year- and three months. 

CHILDREN. 
Willi hi Preston Smith, Lucretia Marl Smith, Isaac Shelby Smith, 



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GENEALOGICAL NARRATIVE. 



Susan S. Smith, Jane Madison Smith, Sarah S. Smith, Annie E. 
Smith, Letitia II. Smith. 



William F. Smith, eldest son of Chinoe Hart and Col. John Smith, 
married Hebe 0. Grayson, daughter of Mrs. S>phouisba Cabell (J ray- 
son, of Henderson county, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Sophonisba Grayson Smith. 

Saphonisba G. S.wiih, daughter of William l\ Smith and Hebe C. 
Grayson, married C/ 1 .irter ll. Hirrism, member of Congress (Vom 
Illinois, and .Mayor of Chicago. 

CHILDREN. 

Lina Dudley Harrison. Others; names unknown. 



Lucretia H. Smith, eldest daughter of Chinoe Hail and Col. -John 
Smith, died unmarried. 

Isaac Shelby Smith, second son of Chinoe Hart and Col. John 
Smith, married his cousin, Mary l>. Marshall. [See Mary l>. IlarL] 

Susan S. Smith, second daughter of Chinoe Slut and Col. John 
Smith, died unmarried. 



Jane Madison Smith, third daughter of Chinoe Hart and Cd. John 

Smith, died young. 

Sarah Simpson Smith, fourth daughter of Chinoe ITirt and Col. 
-John Smith, married K v. A. W. Young, of the Presbyterian Church, 
son of Hannah' -January, granddaughter of Peter January, a Hugue- 
not, banished from France in 17—- 

CHILDREN. 

John Preston Young, Lula S. \ oung. 

John Preston Young, only sou of S dlie Smith and Lev. A. \\\ 
Young, married his c ai-in, Emma Wilson. 

CHILDREN. 

Percival Preston Young, Miriam Young, Emma E. Young, Mary 
L. Young, Alma Young. 



NATHANIEL HART'S DESCENDANTS. 



Lula S. Young, only daughter of Sall'ie Smith and [lw. A. W. 

Young, married Charles L. Ficklen, formerly of Kentucky, now of 

Memphis, Tennessee. 

CHILDREN". 
Clarion Ficklen. 



Annie Smith, fifth daughter of Chinoe Hart and Col. John Smith. 
married Henry L. Guion, real estate broker, of Memphis, Tennessee. 



Letitia II. Smith, youngest daughter of Chinoe Hart and Col. John 
Smith, died unmarried. 



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ANN HART, only (laughter of Colonel Thomas .Hart, of Hanover, 

married James Good). 

CHILDREN. 
Anije Gooch, James Gooch. 



Anne Gooch, only daughter of Ann [Tart and James Good), ha vine 

been bereaved of her parents while young, was reared in the family of 

her uncle, Colonel Thomas Hart, and grew up with his daughters, 

.Mrs. l'endell, Mrs. Clay, and others. She married Jesse Benton, who 

emigrated to America before the revolution and held an office, under 

George III, of England. .Mi'. Benton died in 1790, and Mi-. Benton 

in 1837, in St. Louis. 

CHILDREN. 

Thomas 11. Benton, Jessee Bunton, Samuel Benton, Nathaniel 

Benton, Mary Benton, Margaret Benton, Anne Benton, Susan Benton. 



Thomas 11. Benton, eldest son of Anne Gooch and Jessee Benton, 
United States Senator from Missouri for thirty years, married Eliza- 
beth McDowell, daughter of Sarah Preston and Colonel James Me- 
Dowell, an officer in the war of 1$12, from Rockbridge Countv, Vir- 
ginia, and sister of Hon. James McDowell, member of Congress and 

( Governor of Virginia. 

CHILDREN. 

Eliza Benton, Jessee Benton, Sarah Benton, Randolph Benton, 
McDowell Benton, Susan V. Benton. 

Eliza Benton, elde.-t daughter of Hon. Thomas II. Benton and 

Eliza McDowell, married William Carey Jones, a lawyer, well known 

in San Francisco, California, where he lived and died. 

CHILDREN, 
liettie Jones, Benton Jones, Carey Jones. 

liettie Jones, only daughter of Eliza Benton and William Carey 

Jones, married Major Hughes, U. S. Army, a native of Tennessee. 

CHILDREN. 
Elsi ■ Hughes. 



ANN MART'S DESCENDANTS. 



Benton Junes, eldest son of Eliza Benton and William Carey Jones, 
is with Major Hughes, in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Carey Jones, second son of Eliza Benton and William Carey Jones, 
is a student of law in California. 



Jessee Benton, second daughter of Hon. Thomas 11. Denton and 
Eliza McDowell, married John C. Fremont, major general I . S. 
army and Republican candidate for the presidency. 

CHILDREN. 

Elizabeth Fremont, Benton Fremont, Charles Fremont, Frances 
Fremont, Anne Fremont. 

Elizabeth Fremont, eldesi daughter of Jes«ee Denton. and ( Jeneral 
Fremont, unmarried. 

Denton and Anne Fremont, children of Jessee Denton and (Jeneral 
Fremont, died in infancy. 



Chaile? Fremont, naval oilicer, son of Jessee Benton and (Jeneral 
Fremont, married MLss Anderson, of New \ ork. 



Francis Fremont, son of Jessee Benton and Gen. Fremont, I . S. A 



Sarah Benton, third daughter of Hon. Thomas II. Denton and 
Eliza McDowell, married Colonel R. T. Jacob, of Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, lieutenant governor, ISGo. 

CHILDREN. 
Diehard Jacob, Lily Jacob. 

Diehard Jacob, son of Sarah Denton and Colonel D. T. Jacob, 
lieutenant in []. S. army, married Miss Williams, of Lexington, Ky. 

CHILDREN. 
Two, minors. 



Lily Jacob, daughter of Sarah Benton and Governor D. T. Jacob, 
married her relative, D. Vertner Woolley, of Lexington, Kentucky. 

CHILDREN. 
Vertner Woolley, Richard Woolley, Sallie Woolley, Roberta Wool- 
ley, 1 ila Woolley. 



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Randolph Benton, son of [ion. Thomas II. Benton and El ; ,c- 
Dowell, died unmarried, aged twenty-three years. 



McDowell Benton, sun of Hon. Thomas II. Benton and Eliza Mc- 
Dowell, died at the age of live years. 

Susan Benton, daughter of Hon. Thomas II. Benton and Eliza Mc- 
Dowell, married Baron Gauldree Boilleau, of the French Legation, 

Washington City. 

CHILDREN. 

Pensee Boilleau, Benton Boilleau, Desiree Boilleau, Charles Boil- 
leau, Philip Boilleau, McDowell Boilleau, Mary Boilleau, Pauline 
B< illeau. 



Pensee Boilleau, Desiree Boilleau, and the twins, Charles and Philip 
Boilleau, children of Susan Benton and Baron Gauldree Boilleau, arc 
dead. 

Jessee Benton, second son of Anne Gooeh and Jessee Benton, mar- 
ried .Mary Childress, of Tennessee, near relative of Mrs. James k. 
Polk, of Nashville, Tennessee. 

Mrs. Benton died very recently in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

Samuel Benton, third son of Anne Gooch and Jessee Benton, mar- 
ried Bliss Hunter. 

CHILDREN. 

Jes.-ee Benton, Sarah Benton, Thomas Benton, Nathaniel «Benton, 
Anne Benton, Samuel Benton, Mary Benton, Frances Benton. 



Jes>ee Benton, eldest son of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, died 
unmarried. 



Sarah Benton, eldest daughter of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, 
married Colonel Brant, U. S. army. 

CHILDREN. 
Elizabeth Brant, Sarah Brant. 

Elizabeth Brant, eldest daughter of Sarah Benton and Colonel 
Brant, married her relative, Dr. James McDowell, son of. Gov. 
McDowell of Virginia, a resident of Paris. 






ANN HART'S DESCENDANTS. si 

CHILDREN. 
Susan McDowell, Sallie McDowell, Mary McDowell, Brant Mc- 
Dowell. 

Sarah Kraut, second daughter of Sarah Benton and Colonel Brant, 
died, aged fifteen. 

Thomas Benton, second son of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, 
a resident of Iowa, married and died, leaving one daughter, .Maria 
Benton. 

Nathaniel Benton, third son of Samuel Benton and .Mi— Hunter, 
unmarried. 



.Anne Benton, second daughter of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, 
married llev. William S. Potts, a distinguished Presbyterian clergy- 
man of St. Louis, Missouri, where he was a pastor many years. 



Samuel Benton, fourth son of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, 
settled at Holly Springs, where he engaged in journal-ism, law and 
politics, but at the commencement of the civil war, lie entered the 
Confederate service ami was wounded at the battle of Perryville and 
Shiloh, and died from the effects of these wound-. Alter the battle 
of Perryville, he was removed, through the influence of Colonel \l: T. 
Jacob, to Louisville, and kindly cared for in Col. Jacob's own hotel. 
lie married Miss Knox, of Holly Springs, who was reared by her 
uncle, Judge Mills. Mrs. Benton .-till survives her husband. 

CHILDREN. 

Samuel Benton, a student at Princeton, New Jersey, Willie Benton, 
a daughter, at Vassar College, New York. 

Mary Benton, third daughter of Samuel Benton and .Mi-- Hunter. 
: married Colonel Warren, of Texas. 

Francis Benton, fifth son of Samuel Benton and Miss Hunter, was 
killed at Bichmond, Virginia. 



Nath: iel Benton, fourth son ot Anne Crooch and Jessee Benton, 
married ' li-< Branch. 



GENEALOGICAL NAR.RA LIVE. 



CHILDREN. 
Nathaniel Benton, Alfred Benton, Abner Benton, Hu.su '" on, 
Rufus Benton, Marcinius Benton, Thomas Benton. 



Abner Benton, third son of Nathaniel Benton, is or was a ■■ , cian 
in Louisiana. 

Another son of Nathaniel Benton and Miss Branch, was in Texas 
when at war with Mexico, and made himself conspicuous by his 

bravery. 

Susan Benton, only daughter of Nathaniel Benton and Miss Branch, 
married a physician in New Orleans and died there. 



We regret being unable to give fuller details of this family of the 
Benton-Branch, but our persistent efforts have been unavailing. 

Mary Benton, eldest daughter of Anno Good) and Jesse Benton, 
died at the age of forty, unmarried. 

Margaret Benton, Nancy Benton and Susan Benton, daughters ol 
Ann Gooch and Jessee Benton, died of rapid consumption, as they 
were growing into womanhood. Their graves are known as the 
" Graves of the Three Sisters," near Uillsboro, and were long a land- 
mark in that part of Tennessee. 



Of the family of James Gooch, the brother of Mrs Benton, we 
have failed to obtain any information. 



In closing the history of this interesting and prominent branch of 
the Hart family, we regret that our efforts to obtain full statistics have 
only been partially successful, and will add, in the language of one ol 
its honored members : " All the male descendants of my grandfather 

have been men who have made honorable and useful men; the wo- 
men, good wives and mothers." 










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