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                                            First Generation
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1. John SUTTON. Born in 1380 in Coleshill, Warwick, England. John died in England on August 29, 1406; he was
26.

John married Constance BLOUNT. Born in 1380 in Barton Blount, Derbyshire, England. Constance died in
Northampton, England on September 23, 1432; she was 52.

They had one child:
       2         i.     John (1400-1487)




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                                          Second Generation
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                           Family of John SUTTON (1) & Constance BLOUNT


2. Lord John SUTTON. Born on December 25, 1400 in Dudley Castle, Worcestershire, England. John died in
Dudley Castle, Worcestershire, England on September 30, 1487; he was 86.

In 1420 when John was 19, he married Elizabeth BERKELEY, daughter of John DE BERKELEY (1351-1428) &
Elizabeth BETTESHORNE, in Dudley Castle, Worcestershire, England. Born in 1400 in Beaverstone,
Gloucestershire, England. Elizabeth died on December 8, 1478; she was 78.

They had one child:
       3         i.     Edmund (1425-1483)




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                                          Third Generation
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                       Family of Lord John SUTTON (2) & Elizabeth BERKELEY


3. Sir Edmund SUTTON. Born in 1425 in Dudley, Worcestershire, England. Edmund died in Dudley Castle,
Worcestershire, England on July 6, 1483; he was 58.

In 1450 when Edmund was 25, he married Matilda CLIFFORD, daughter of Thomas De CLIFFORD (1414-1455) &
Joan DACRE (1418-), in Dudley Castle, Worcestershire, England. Born in 1435 in Conisborough, Yorkshire,
England. Matilda died in 1491; she was 56.

They had one child:
       4         i.     Thomas (-1530)




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                                         Fourth Generation
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                      Family of Sir Edmund SUTTON (3) & Matilda CLIFFORD


4. Thomas SUTTON. Thomas died in 1530.

Thomas married Grace THRELKELD.

They had one child:
       5         i.   Richard (Sutton) (-1593)




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                                            Fifth Generation
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                          Family of Thomas SUTTON (4) & Grace THRELKELD


5. Richard (Sutton) DUDLEY. Richard (Sutton) died on January 1, 1593.

Richard (Sutton) married Dorothy SANFORD.

They had one child:
       6         i.     John




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                                         Sixth Generation
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                      Family of Richard (Sutton) DUDLEY (5) & Dorothy SANFORD


6. John DUDLEY.

John married Bridget CARRE.

They had one child:
       7         i.     Robert (-1613)




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                                         Seventh Generation
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                             Family of John DUDLEY (6) & Bridget CARRE


7. Sir Robert DUDLEY. Robert died in 1613.

Robert married Ann WOOD.

They had one child:
       8         i.     Robert




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                                          Eighth Generation
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                            Family of Sir Robert DUDLEY (7) & Ann WOOD


8. Robert DUDLEY. Born in Bristol, England.

Robert married GREEN.

They had one child:
       9         i.     Edward (~1602-1655)




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                                           Ninth Generation
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                                Family of Robert DUDLEY (8) & GREEN


9. Edward DUDLEY. Born about 1602 in Northampton, England. Edward died in York County, Virginia in 1655;
he was 53.

Edward married Elizabeth PRITCHARD. Born in England. Elizabeth died in 1691.

They had one child:
      10         i.     William (1621-1677)




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                                            Tenth Generation
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                         Family of Edward DUDLEY (9) & Elizabeth PRITCHARD


10. William DUDLEY. Born in 1621 in Bristol, England. William died in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1677; he
was 56.

William married Elizabeth CARY.

They had one child:
      11         i.      James (~1650-<1711)




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                                          Eleventh Generation
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                            Family of William DUDLEY (10) & Elizabeth CARY


11. James DUDLEY. Born about 1650 in York Or Lancaster County, Virginia. James died in Middlesex County,
Virginia before May 1711; he was 61.

On July 18, 1679 when James was 29, he first married Mary WELCH, in Gloucester County, Virginia.

In 1690 when James was 40, he second married Ann FLEET, daughter of William FLEET Jr. & Ann, in Middlesex,
Virginia. Born in 1669 in Middlesex, Virginia. Ann died in Middlesex, Virginia on 1 FEB 1721/1722; she was 52.

They had one child:
      12         i.      William (1696-1760)




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                                           Twelfth Generation
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                              Family of James DUDLEY (11) & Ann FLEET


12. William DUDLEY. Born on August 12, 1696 in Middlesex, Virginia. William died on January 15, 1760; he was
63.

On April 27, 1727 when William was 30, he married Judith JOHNSON, in Middlesex, Virginia. Born in 1696 in
Virginia.

They had the following children:
      13          i.      Robert (1726-1767)
      14         ii.      Anne (1727-)




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                                         Thirteenth Generation
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                           Family of William DUDLEY (12) & Judith JOHNSON


13. Robert DUDLEY. Born on November 12, 1726. Robert died in Spottsylvania, Virginia in 1767; he was 40.

In February 1745 when Robert was 18, he married Joyce GALE, daughter of Matthew GALE.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Joyce.
                          Joyce married Aaron QUISENBERRY.
                 ii.      Peter. Revolutionary War.
                iii.      Robert. Born on November 10, 1726. Robert died in 1766; he was 39. Revolutionary
                          War.
                iv.       William. Born in June 1743. William died in August 1813; he was 70.
                          Notes on William DUDLEY: [1]
                          William Dudley m. Margaret M'Colough, b- June 1743, d- 1805. William died Aug.1813,
                          Commanded Americans at Frenchtown, MI.. William was a Colonel in War of 1812,
                          youngest of the Dudley brothers. Settled on adjacent farm to bro. Ambrose. Killed in
                          engagement with British and Indians at Fort Meigs. Dudley's Defeat.

                         William married Margaret M’COLOUGH. Born in June 1743. Margaret died in 1805; she
                         was 61.
      15        v.       Ambrose (1750-1825)

14. Anne DUDLEY. Born on September 6, 1727 in Middlesex, Virginia.

On December 4, 1758 when Anne was 31, she married Joseph Sr. STEPHENS, son of William STEPHENS
(1667-1737) & Sarah COOKE (1668-1717), in Middlesex, Virginia. Born in 1705 in York, Virginia. Joseph Sr. died
in Caroline, Va. in 1765; he was 60.

They had one child:
      16         i.      Joseph




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                                              14th Generation
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                               Family of Robert DUDLEY (13) & Joyce GALE


15. Ambrose DUDLEY. Born in 1750 in Spottsylvania, Virginia. Ambrose died in Lexington, Fayette County,
Kentucky on January 27, 1825; he was 75. Revolutionary War.

In February 1773 when Ambrose was 23, he married Ann PARKER, daughter of William PARKER & Susannah
Beverly WINSLOW. Born in 1755 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Ann died in Fayette County, Kentucky
in 1824; she was 69.

They had the following children:
      17           i.     Robert (1774-1841)
      18          ii.     William Eylett (1775-1851)
      19        iii.      James (1777-1870)
      20         iv.      Jepthah (1778-)
                  v.      John. Born on July 19, 1781. Buried in Missouri.
                          John married Patsy PARRISH. Buried in Missouri.
      21         vi.      Polly (1783-)
      22        vii.      Benjamin Winslow (1785-1870)
               viii.      Peter. Born on March 21, 1787. Peter died in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky on
                          June 17, 1869; he was 82.
                          The Western Citizen, Wed 22 Nov 1815--Marriages:
                          On Wednesday evening last by Rev. A. Eastin, Major Peter Dudley of Frankfort to Miss
                          Maria Garrard, daughter of Col. James Garrard, Sen., of this county.

                         On November 15, 1815 when Peter was 28, he married Maria GARRARD, daughter of
                         Governor James GARRARD (1748-1822) & Elizabeth MOUNTJOY (1751-1832). Born
                         on December 22, 1790 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Maria died in Frankfort, Franklin
                         County, Kentucky on January 28, 1876; she was 85.

                         From GOVERNOR GARRARD OF KENTUCKY by Anna desCognets p.87

                         Maria Garrard, daughter of Gov. James and Elizabeth Mountjoy Garrard, was born at
                         Mount Lebanon, December 22d, 1799. She married Peter Dudley, of Frankfort, Ky. 'As
                         Major, Mr. Dudley led a troop of mounted Kentuckians to the River Raisin against
                         Pottawatomie Indians. This expedition was very daring abd quite successful.' At a later
                         period he was appointed Adjutant General of the Kentucky State Militia, which office he
                         held many years. His residence was always at Frankfort, where he died June 17th, 1869.

                         Collins, in his HISTORY OF KENTUCKY, published in 1874. gives some statistics of
                         the early days of Frankfort, from which the following is taken:

                         "Two daughters of Governor Garrard, Mrs. Thomas W. Hawins and Mrs. Gen. Peter
                         Dudley, aged eighty- six and eighty-two, respectively , are living. They were children in
                         Frankfort in 1796, aged ten and six, and Mrs. Dudley is still a citizen. There are citizens
                         of Frankfort older than Mrs. Dudley, but they were not residents in 1796."

                         Collins says, also of Frankfort in 1797:
                         "Gov. James Garrard, Harry Toulmin [then Secretary of State] and George Rowling each
                         indulged in the luxury of a carriage, and paid tax upon it."

                         Mrs. Dudley died in Frankfort, January 18th, 1876. They had no children.



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      23        ix.      Ambrose (1789-1876)
      24         x.      Betsy (1791-)
      25        xi.      Thomas Parker (1792-1886)
      26       xii.      Parker (1794-1853)
              xiii.      Ann. Born on November 12, 1795.
                         Ann married Lewis CASTLEMAN.
              xiv.       Simeon. Born on September 12, 1797. Resided in Missouri.
                         Simeon married Miss WOODFORD.


                           Family of Anne DUDLEY (14) & Joseph Sr. STEPHENS


16. Joseph STEPHENS.

Joseph married Elizabeth KING, daughter of John KING (ca1700-1785) & Mary OSBORNE (1704-1790). Born in
1740 in Fairfax County, Virginia.

daughter of John King/Mary Osborne

They had the following children:
      27           i.     Joseph (1767-)
                  ii.     Vinson. Born in 1772 in Fayette Co. Kentucky.
                iii.      Charles. Born in 1779 in Fayette Co. Ky.
                 iv.      Nathaniel. Born in 1781 in Fayette Co., Ky.
                  v.      William. Born in 1783 in Fayette Co., Ky. William died in 1812; he was 29.
                 vi.      Benjamin. Born in 1785 in Fayette Co., Ky.
                vii.      James. Born in 1765. James died in Fayette Co., Ky. in 1855; he was 90.
               viii.      John. Buried in New Middletown, In. Born in 1770 in Frankfort, Fayette Co., Ky. John
                          died in Harrison, In. in 1810; he was 40.
                 ix.      Richard. Born in 1770 in Loudon Co., Virginia.
                  x.      Henson. Born in 1763 in Loudon Co., Virginia.




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                                              15th Generation
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                             Family of Ambrose DUDLEY (15) & Ann PARKER


17. Robert DUDLEY. Born on January 20, 1774 in Spottsylvania County, Virginia. Robert died in Caldwell
County, Kentucky in June 1841; he was 67. in 1794 Kentucky Militia.

Robert married Nancy Ann PARRISH. Born in 1779 in Spottsylvania County, Virginia. Nancy Ann died in
Christian County, Kentucky on January 21, 1821; she was 42.

They had the following children:
      28          i.      Pauline (1801-1834)
                 ii.      Susan. Born on March 27, 1798. Susan died on September 20, 1834; she was 36.
                          Susan married William HENRY, in Christian County, Kentucky.
                iii.      Mary Parrish. Born on September 5, 1803.
                          Mary Parrish married Elijah SHEPHERDSON.
      29        iv.       Ambrose James Milton (1806-1877)
                 v.       Georgiana. Born on January 5, 1810.
                          Notes on Georgiana DUDLEY: [1]
                          Georgiana Dudley b. 5 Jan. 1810, m. John Hancock Rackerby. Georgiana's sister Paulina,
                          her husband William, & infant daughter Margaret all died of cholera in 1834. Georgina
                          raised Pauline Georgiana, Robert was raised by other Dudleys and Nancy Parrish and
                          Wiliam Cass by their Lander Grandparents, William Lander, Sr. and Letitia.

      30        vi.      Alexander Hamilton (1807-)
               vii.      Benjamin G. Born on November 8, 1815.
              viii.      Sarah Ballow. Born on January 12, 1818. Sarah Ballow died in 1845; she was 26.

18. William Eylett DUDLEY. Born on September 21, 1775. William Eylett died in Dudley Farm, Fayette County,
Kentucky on November 27, 1851; he was 76. Buried in Dudley Farm, Fayette County, Kentucky.

On January 25, 1798 when William Eylett was 22, he married Polly SMITH, in Near Bryant Station, Fayette
County, Kentucky. Born in 1775 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Polly died in Frankfort, Kentucky on August 17,
1854; she was 79. Buried in Dudley Farm, Fayette County, Kentucky.

Notes on Polly SMITH: [1]
Grave stone inscriptions in the small cemetery on the former Dudley farm read "Mary Smith Dudley died Aug. 17,
1856 wife of WED" also "William E. Dudley Born Sept. 21, 1775 Died Nov. 19, 1851."

They had the following children:
      31          i.      Ambrose W. (1798-)
      32         ii.      Pamela Ann (1801-1874)
                iii.      Almira. Born on May 22, 1811. Almira died on November 20, 1887; she was 76.

19. Gen. James DUDLEY. Born on May 12, 1777. James died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on June 16,
1870; he was 93. [1]

On March 31, 1802 when James was 24, he first married Polly FERGUSON, daughter of Abraham FERGUSON
(1761-1840) & Nancy SMITH (1764-1837). Born on December 1, 1782. Polly died on May 28, 1823; she was 40.

They had the following children:
      33          i.      Ambrose Ferguson (1803-1888)



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      34        ii.     Nancy Ferguson (1804-1874)
      35       iii.     Abraham Ferguson (1805-1875)
               iv.      James Washington. Born on January 12, 1807 in Fayette County, Kentucky. James
                        Washington died on July 17, 1880; he was 73.
                        On December 15, 1831 when James Washington was 24, he married Sarah V. RUSSELL.
                v.      Elizabeth M. Born on May 8, 1809. Elizabeth M. died in July 1829; she was 20.
                        Elizabeth M. married Christopher HART.
      36       vi.      Eldred Simkins (1811-1891)
              vii.      Lucretia. Born on July 5, 1812 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Lucretia died on September
                        18, 1892; she was 80.
                        Lucretia married William HUTCHISON.
              viii.     Mary. Born on January 31, 1814. Mary died on September 3, 1881; she was 67.
               ix.      Jephthah (Twin). Born in 1815. Jephthah died in 1815.
                x.      Benjamin (Twin). Born in 1815. Benjamin died in 1815.
               xi.      John J. Born on September 21, 1817. John J. died on April 15, 1878; he was 60.
                        On October 16, 1844 when John J. was 27, he married Eliza J. PECK.
               xii.     Martha Thomas. Born in October 1817. Martha Thomas died in 1821; she was 3.
              xiii.     Maurice J. Born on May 11, 1825 in Fayette County, Kentucky.
                        The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio: J. M. Armstrong &
                        Company, 1878; New Material Copyright by the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern
                        Historical Press, 1980, p. 287.

                        DUDLEY, MAURICE J., Lawyer, was born May 11, 1825, in Fayette County, near
                        Lexington, Kentucky, and is the son of Gen. James Dudley, a brother of the celebrated
                        Dr. B. W. Dudley, and of Elder Thomas P. Dudley, the oldest living member of the
                        Dudley family in the State, and one of the oldest and most noted ministers of the Gospel.
                        (For many particulars of the Dudley family, see sketches of Ambrose W., Thomas P., and
                        Benjamin W. Duffey, etc.) Maurice J. Dudley was educated, in part, at the old Cincinnati
                        College, and graduated at Georgetown College, Kentucky. He studied law under Gov.
                        James F. Robinson, and graduated in the law department of Transylvania University, in
                        1847. In the following year, he began the practice of his profession at Covington, where
                        he has since resided. He was elected several times to the office of City Attorney of
                        Covington, but never aspired to political prominence, although often requested so to do,
                        devoting his time and energies mainly to the duties of his profession. At the organization
                        of the Louisville, Cincinnati, and Lexington Railroad Company, he was selected their
                        attorney; had entire charge in securing the right of way; and superintended the
                        construction of the eastern division of the Short-line Road, and has subsequently had
                        control of the Company's legal business in various counties on the road. His familiarity
                        with railroad interests, and laws concerning the same, has secured for him a large practice
                        in connection with other roads. He devotes his attention chiefly to commercial causes,
                        and other civil business, seldom appearing in the criminal courts; and is one of the most
                        substantial, able, and reliable members of the Covington bar. He has always taken a deep
                        interest in educational matters; devoting considerable time to literary pursuits; often
                        delivering lectures and orations before literary organizations. He has long been a
                        prominent Mason; is a man of large and liberal views; is broad in his charities; is free and
                        assuming in manners; and is one of the most worthy and valuable men in the community
                        of his residence.


On November 15, 1824 when James was 47, he second married Mourning Shelton GOODLOE, daughter of William
GOODLOE (1769-1856) & Susannah WOODS (1778-1851), in Madison County, Kentucky. Born on January 18,
1800. Mourning Shelton died in Fayette County, Kentucky on May 22, 1865; she was 65. Buried in Lexington,
Fayette County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
      37          i.      Susan Thomas (1826-)


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      38         ii.       Maria Louise (1827-1901)
      39        iii.       Sarah Elizabeth (1838-)

20. Jepthah DUDLEY. Born on October 31, 1778 in Fayette County, Kentucky.

On December 5, 1805 when Jepthah was 27, he first married Elizabeth LEWIS, daughter of Thomas LEWIS
(1749-1809) & Elizabeth PAYNE (-1827), in Fayette County, Kentucky.

Jepthah second married Rebecca TROTTER.

They had one child:
                 i.        Edward.

Jepthah third married Sally LEWIS, daughter of Thomas LEWIS (1749-1809) & Elizabeth PAYNE (-1827). Born in
1776. Sally died in 1867; she was 91.

21. Polly DUDLEY. Born on September 6, 1783.

Polly married Major Benjamin Franklin GRAVES, in Fayette County, Kentucky. Born in 1771.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Ambrose.
                 ii.      Lucian.
                iii.      Nancy.
                iv.       Fanny.
                 v.       Elizabeth.
                vi.       Marion.

22. Benjamin Winslow DUDLEY. Born on April 12, 1785 in Spottsylvania County, Virginia. Benjamin Winslow
died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on January 20, 1870; he was 84.

The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio: J. M. Armstrong & Company, 1878; New Material
Copyright by the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1980, pp. 205-206.

DUDLEY, PROF. BENJAMIN WINSLOW, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, son of Elder Ambrose Dudley, one of
the early, influential and remarkable preachers of the Baptist Church in Kentucky, was born April 12, 1785, in
Spottsylvania County, Virginia. When he was a year old, his parents came to Kentucky, and settled six miles east of
Lexington. He commenced his education in the country schools, and finished it at Transylvania University; in 1797,
came to Lexington, and. worked for a while in the store of Samuel and George Trotter; studied medicine under Drs.
Ridgeley and Fishback; graduated in the old school of medicine at Philadelphia, in 1806; had previously commenced
practice in Lexington, doubtlessly in connection with his preceptors; after graduating, returned to Lexington, where
he passed his long and remarkable career; was soon appointed Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in the medical
department of Transylvania University; in 18io, visited Europe, and spent four years in the great medical and
scientific centers; was honored with a degree, and made a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, in London; on
his return home, soon took the front rank in his profession; was reappointed to the Chair of Anatomy and Surgery in
Transylvania University, on the reorganization of the medical department, in 1818; continued to fill that position for
forty years, his fame throughout the world giving great success to the institution. Although he had a laborious
general medical practice, extending through the greater part of half a century, his great successes were in surgery ;
his operations in lithotomy were unrivaled in the world, reaching two hundred and sixty, of which only two or three
were fatal; his operations on the eye; his original operation of trephining, in some cases of epilepsy, and in the
treatment of fungus cerebri; his original operation for hydrocele; and his original and successful use of graduated
pressure, by means of the roller bandage, in the treatment of abscesses, frac. tures, and the control of inflammation,
in which few of his pupils acquired the skill that made it so valuable in his hands, justly placed him at the head of
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from which the following remarks are substantially taken, by permission.) As a medical practitioner, he was
original; was among the first to reject the lancet, in the general treatment of disease-using, instead, small doses of
tartar emetic or ipecacuanha, frequently repeated, with low diet, cholagogue purgatives combined with ipecac, etc.;
confined himself to few remedies; but, in the application of these and of diet and regimen, his usually clear and
correct judgment was always apparent. His whole time and energies were devoted to his, profession; and, like John
Hunter, his most admired early teacher, sought instruction in the book of nature, rather than the written archives of
science. As a teacher and lecturer, he was clear and impressive, without effort at eloquence or rhetoric; no early
training, or later reading of the classics or literature, ornamented his style; his terse and impressive
sentences-uttered, apparently, without premeditation or the slightest effort-were the most perfect embodiment of the
subject-matter to be taught. His great skill, experience, minute and ready knowledge, numerous and successful
operations, suavity and dignity of manners, and the magnanimity and liberality of his character, all combined to
make of his students his devoted admirers. Although not a member of any Church, he was eminently liberal,
charitable, public-spirited, and magnanimous; had a high sense of honor and personal dignity; despised a mean
action; readily forgave an injury; was strong in his attachments to his friends, and as strong in his opposition to his
hostile enemies; never regularly kept any account with his patients; gave tens of thousands to public improvements
and private charities, yet acquired a considerable fortune; and passed the last days of his useful life in the society of
his children and grandchildren, in the household of his son, the late Wm. A. Dudley. This most eminent surgeon that
Kentucky has ever had, died suddenly, January 20, 1870, Of apoplexy. Although Dr. Dudley left no permanent
work, he yet contributed some valuable papers to medical science. His first paper was published in February, 1828,
in the "Transylvania journal of Medicine and Associate Sciences," at Lexington, being a report of several cases in
his own practice, showing that epilepsy may be caused by pressure on the brain from fracture of the skull; and
demonstrating, by five successful operations, that relief was in trephining--a fact and experience in surgery for
which he is entitled to the honor of discovery and dem. onstration. In the same paper he exhibited a novel and
successful method of treatment of fungus cerebri by means of dried sponge compresses, showing a cure, in his own
hands, in five days. In the next number of that journal, he gave an account of an original and successful operation for
hydrocele. In the fourth number, he began an extensive article, which he continued through several successive
numbers, on his peculiar uses of the roller bandage. He also continued his remarks on epilepsy, as treated by the
trephine, and, in the ninth number of that journal, gave his experiences on the bandage in the treatment of fractures.
He also contributed a valuable article on calculous diseases, illustrating not only his great skill, but his courage and
judgment in extraordinary cases of surgery. In 1849, in the "Transylvania Medical journal," edited and published by-
his nephew, Dr. E. L. Dudley, appeared his article 41 On the Treatment of Aneurism;" in the same paper, in
December of that year, he had another article, "On the Treatment of Gunshot Wounds;" and, in the volume of 1850,
"On the Treatment of Fractures by the Roller Bandage," which was his last published writing. Dr. Dudley was
married, June 9, 1821, to Miss Anna Short, sister of the late Prof. Charles W. Short, M. D., and daughter of Major
Peyton Short. They had three children, two of whom, Charles Wilkins Dudley and Mrs. Anna Tilford, are now
living.

On June 9, 1821 when Benjamin Winslow was 36, he married Anna Maria SHORT, in Fayette County, Kentucky.
Born in Fayette County, Kentucky. Anna Maria died in Fayette County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Charles Wilkins. Born on May 18, 1822 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. Charles
                          Wilkins died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on November 30, 1882; he was 60.
                          Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
                          On May 18, 1822 Charles Wilkins married Margaret A. JOHNSON.
      40         ii.      William Ambrose (1824-1870)
                iii.      Anna. Born in Fayette County, Kentucky. Anna died on February 21, 1898.

23. Ambrose DUDLEY. Born on January 27, 1789 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Ambrose died in Quincy, Illinois
in 1876; he was 86.

Ambrose first married Miss LUDLOW.

They had the following children:


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      41          i.     Ethelbert L. (1818-1862)
                 ii.     Louise. Born in Fayette County, Kentucky.
                iii.     Charlotte.
                iv.      Helen.

On July 6, 1837 when Ambrose was 48, he second married Clarissa Cluney MILLER, daughter of Honorable
William MILLER, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Benjamin William. Born in 1835 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
                          Notes on Benjamin Dudley: [1]
                          Benjamin William Dudley b. 1835, Cincinnati, Ohio, occupation--Doctor, d. Lexington,
                          Ky.. attended KMI at age 15, studied medicine in 1858, graduated Iowa Univ. 1861. Was
                          assistant surgeon of 2nd Ky. Infantry in Confederate army. Practiced medicine in New
                          York until 1874 when returned to Lexington.

                 ii.     George W.
                iii.     Thomas P.

24. Betsy DUDLEY. Born on January 16, 1791 in Frankfort, Kentucky.

Betsy married Harrison BLANTON.

They had one child:
                 i.      Catherine “Kitty”.
                         On February 22, 1821 Catherine “Kitty” married Henry Clay BEDFORD, son of
                         Archibald BEDFORD (1769-1827) & Lettie CLAY (1782-1827), in Fayette County,
                         Kentucky. Born in 1800 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Henry Clay died in Franklin
                         County, Kentucky on June 2, 1859; he was 59.

25. Thomas Parker DUDLEY. Born on May 30, 1792 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Thomas Parker died in
Fayette County, Kentucky on July 10, 1886; he was 94. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

Thomas Parker married Caroline RUSSELL.

They had one child:
                 i.      Thomas P. Born in 1841. Thomas P. died in 1891; he was 50. Buried in Lexington
                         Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

26. Parker DUDLEY. Born on March 6, 1794 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Parker died in Palmyra, Missouri on
September 15, 1853; he was 59. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

Notes on Parker Dudley: [1]
In 1814, he and brother, Thomas Parker, accompanied the regiment under Major General John Thomas, at New
Orleans. He was assistant Quartermaster, both he and Thomas fought in battle of 8 Jan. 1815, below New Orleans.

Parker married Ann TAYLOR.

They had one child:
                 i.      Thomas. Born in 1829. Thomas died in July 1873; he was 44.


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27. Joseph STEPHENS. Born in December 1767 in Loudon Co. Virginia.

In 1788 when Joseph was 20, he married Elizabeth WEAVER, daughter of George Philip WEAVER (1749-1814) &
Elizabeth WHITE (-1839), in Loudon County, Virginia. Born in 1769 in Fredrickstown, Maryland. Elizabeth died in
Bath Co., Ky in 1856; she was 87.

They had one child:
      42         i.      Louisa (1813-1883)




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                                                16th Generation
                               _________________________________________
                            Family of Robert DUDLEY (17) & Nancy Ann PARRISH


28. Pauline DUDLEY. Born on September 14, 1801 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Pauline died in
Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky on July 13, 1834; she was 32. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton,
Kentucky.

Notes on Pauline Dudley: [1]
Pauline died 13 July 1834, Princeton, of cholera, bur. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton. Pauline and William Lander
died of cholera, also their infant daughter. Their 4 other children were raised by relatives. William: William and wife
Paulina Dudley died of cholera He was one of the first trustees of Cumberland College.

On October 11, 1825 when Pauline was 24, she married William LANDER Jr., in Christian County, Kentucky. Born
on March 4, 1799 in Clark County, Kentucky. William died in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky on September
11, 1834; he was 35. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Robert. Born on August 14, 1826 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Robert died
                          on August 31, 1895; he was 69.
                          Robert married Percecia (Pernicia?) WALL.
                 ii.      William Cass. Born on July 19, 1820’s in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky.
                          William Cass died on February 7, 1905; he was 84.
                          William Cass first married Miss ROGERS.
                          William Cass second married Sallie LANDER.
                iii.      Nancy Parrish. Born on February 24, 1830 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky.
                          Nancy Parrish died on December 18, 1904; she was 74.
                          Nancy Parrish married James STEVENSON. James died in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
      43        iv.       Paulina Georgina (1831-1914)
                 v.       Margaret. Born in 1834 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Margaret died on July
                          13, 1834.

29. Ambrose James Milton DUDLEY. Born on January 10, 1806 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky.
Ambrose James Milton died in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky on January 14, 1877; he was 71.

On February 12, 1835 when Ambrose James Milton was 29, he married Ann Eliza HARPENDING, daughter of
Asbury HARPENDING & Mary Puckett OGDEN, in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Born on January 3,
1819. Ann Eliza died on February 12, 1884; she was 65.

They had the following children:
      44           i.     Mary Harpending (1835-1912)
                  ii.     Anna Maria. Born on January 20, 1838. Anna Maria died in December 1839; she was 1.
      45        iii.      Paulina (1840-)
                 iv.      Robert Asbury. Born in 1842. Robert Asbury died in 1843; he was 1.
                  v.      Helen Aurelia. Born in 1844. Helen Aurelia died in 1845; she was 1.
                 vi.      Gideon Cobb. Born on July 31, 1846. Gideon Cobb died on November 22, 1878; he was
                          32.
                          On September 11, 1872 when Gideon Cobb was 26, he married Betty JAMES.
      46        vii.      Alexander Hamilton (1848-1905)
      47       viii.      Louella “Nellie” (1851-)
                 ix.      Milton Baird. Born on January 10, 1855.




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30. Alexander Hamilton DUDLEY. Born on February 4, 1807.

Alexander Hamilton married Miss DENNIS.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Georgiana Ann.
                          Georgiana Ann married John WOODSON.
                 ii.      Walter.
                iii.      Benjamin.
                iv.       Fannie.


                            Family of William Eylett DUDLEY (18) & Polly SMITH


31. Ambrose W. DUDLEY. Born on October 31, 1798.

In November 1824 when Ambrose W. was 26, he married Eliza Garrard TALBOT, daughter of Senator Isham
TALBOT (1773-1837) & Margaret “Peggy” GARRARD (1788-1815), in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Margaret.
                 ii.      Mary.
                iii.      William T.
                          Notes on William T. Dudley: [1]
                          Maria's parents lived at The Meadows. Wm. and Maria were married at Loudon House,
                          house was later sold to Wm. Cassius Goodloe.

                          William T. married Maria HUNT.
                iv.       James G.
                 v.       Theodore.
                vi.       Maria.
               vii.       Isham Talbott.

32. Pamela Ann DUDLEY. Born on October 9, 1801 in Dudley Farm, Fayette County, Kentucky. Pamela Ann died
on February 23, 1874; she was 72.

On February 23, 1820 when Pamela Ann was 18, she married Rev. Ryland Thompson DILLARD. Born on
November 17, 1797 in Caroline County, Virginia. Resided in Kentucky in 1818.

Rev. Dillard preached at the David’s Fork Church for 47 years. [1]

They had the following children:
                  i.      William Dudley. Born on September 30, 1822. William Dudley died in Lexington,
                          Fayette County, Kentucky on September 3, 1889; he was 66. Resided in Chicago, Illinois.
                          William Dudley married Ellis CLAY.
      48         ii.      Mary Ellis (1825-)
                iii.      Laura Virginia. Born on January 3, 1828. Laura Virginia died on February 28, 1848; she
                          was 20.
                          Notes on Laura Dillard: [1]
                          In the Dudley graveyard on the farm near the Royster road is a third marker -”Laura
                          Virginia Dillard Born Jan. 3, 1828 Died Feb. 28, 1848" She is buried next to Mary Smith
                          Dudley and William E. Dudley.

                iv.       John. Born on June 25, 1830. John died in Nebraska on July 5, 1891; he was 61.


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                v.       Almira. Born on February 23, 1833. Almira died in Nebraska on November 16, 1889; she
                         was 56.
                         In 1859 when Almira was 25, she married George O. YEISER.
      49        vi.      James Madison (1836-1886)
               vii.      Ryland. Born on December 6, 1838. Ryland died on May 4, 1839.
      50      viii.      Annie Rebecca (1840-1866)
      51        ix.      Maria Louise “Lou” (1844-1875)


                          Family of Gen. James DUDLEY (19) & Polly FERGUSON


33. Ambrose Ferguson DUDLEY. Born on May 5, 1803 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Ambrose Ferguson died in
Madison County, Kentucky on March 10, 1888; he was 84.

On September 11, 1827 when Ambrose Ferguson was 24, he married Nancy MOBERLY. Born in 1808. Nancy died
in 1844; she was 36.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Mary Elizabeth. Born on May 4, 1831.
                          On November 4, 1856 when Mary Elizabeth was 25, she married William M.
                          THOMPSON.
                 ii.      Semira E. Born on October 11, 1832.
                iii.      Thomas P. Born on November 8, 1834.
                          Thomas P. married Molly GENTRY.
                iv.       James Ambrose. Born on September 5, 1836.
                          In 1875 when James Ambrose was 38, he married Sally GILBERT.
      52         v.       Richard M. (1838-1893)

34. Nancy Ferguson DUDLEY. Born on August 4, 1804. Nancy Ferguson died on December 27, 1874; she was 70.

Nancy Ferguson married Thomas CARR. Thomas died on February 11, 1863.

They had one child:
                 i.      Thomas Dudley.
                         History of Fayette County, Kentucky, edited by William Henry Perrin, Chicago: O. L.
                         Baskin & Co., 1882; New Material Copyright 1979 by the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.,
                         Southern Historical Press, pp. 470-471


35. Abraham Ferguson DUDLEY. Born on November 9, 1805. Abraham Ferguson died in Missouri in 1875; he
was 69.

On March 26, 1833 when Abraham Ferguson was 27, he first married Ann M. RUSSELL. Born on February 25,
1811 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. Ann M. died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on July 3,
1867; she was 56. Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Virginia G. Born on August 25, 1844. Virginia G. died on August 15, 1887; she was 42.
                          Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
      53         ii.      James (1834-1882)

On September 8, 1870 when Abraham Ferguson was 64, he second married Mary Magdalene BIRCH, daughter of
Thomas Erskine BIRCH Rev. & Mary Magdalene MILLER. Born on February 14, 1818 in Cynthiana, Kentucky.
Mary Magdalene died in Plattsburg, MO on May 21, 1909; she was 91.


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MARY MAGDALENE BIRCH
1818- 1909

Mary Birch was born 14 Feb 1818 and died in Plattsburg, Missouri, May 1909. She married Joseph Shawhan
(1797-1850) 29 Sept 1835. Joseph was the son of John Shawhan (1771-184O of Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Mary Birch Shawhan married Abraham Ferguson Dudley (1808 1875) in 1870.

Joseph Shawhan (1797-1850)
m. 29 Sept. 1835
Mary Magdalene Birch (1818-1909)

John Erskine Shawhan (1839-1905)
m. 2 Oct 1858
Mary Ann Jourdain (1841-1924)

James McCune Shawhan (1863-1911)
m. 25 July 1885
Ada Romer(1865-?)

Violet Romer Shawhan (1886-1937)

Thc following article is taken from The American Monthly Magazine, June 1907, pages 497-499, provided by
Bernerd L. O'Neil, M.D., Beverly Hills, Florida

Mrs. Mary Birch Dudley, "Real Daughter" of the St. Louis Chapter of St. Louis, Missouri, was born in Washington,
Mason County, Kentucky in 1818. She was the youngest of the ten children.

Her father, Thomas Erskine Birch, was born on the island of Jamaica. He was educated at Oxford college, where he
was ordained to the ministry.

He settled in Richmond, Virginia, and when the Revolutionary War broke out he replaced his gown for the uniform
of an ensign and entered the Virginia Navy under John Paul Jones. In one of the fiercest engagements of that period,
he was wounded and being thus disabled, returned home and engaged in recruiting men for the army.

About the year 1800, he married Mary M., the daughter of Colonel John Miller, and in 1806, moved to Kentucky
and established the Washington University in Mason County.

This loyalty and devotion to country was handed down from father to children and Mrs. Dudley has maintained the
principles that her father so sacredly cherished. Her mother was a woman noted in every condition of life for her
strength of character. Pious and practical, she instilled into her children high principles of Christian integrity. Mrs.
Dudley was twice married. Her second husband, Abram F. Dudley, was a nephew of Thomas P. Dudley, the noted
Baptist preacher, of Lexington, Kentucky. Mrs. Dudley has been a member of the church of this faith since 1839.

All her life, but especially in her widowhood, she has manifested great zeal for quilt making and in this work she
possessed rare ability. Early in the fifties, shc conceived the idea of an autograph quilt. She worked with great ardor
for months in securing the names of noted men, many of whom accompanied their autographs with beautiful
sentiments, mottoes, etc. The quilt was of white linen, the autographs being in indelible ink and in the center was
embroidered a huge horn of plenty from which emerged fruit and flowers of every description. This beautiful piece
of workmanship was known far and wide through Kentucky and became an historical quilt. It was finally destroyed
by fire while on exhibition at a fair in Kansas City, Missouri.



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In 1903, Mrs. Dudley became a member of the St. Louis Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, of which
she is an honored "Real Daughter." Through the efforts of this society she draws a pension.

Now in her eighty-ninth year, she is in possession of her faculties to a remarkable degree. She lives with a
great-niece, Mrs. Harriet Frost Bean, in Kansas City, Missouri, where in the evening of her life, she is pleased to
meet her many friends.

The following information is taken from a document sent to Mrs. Ruth Birch by Mr. Nelson Reed of St. Louis,
Missouri.

Plattsburg, Missouri, May 12, 1902

I, James H. Birch, in support of the application of my Aunt, Mrs. Mary M. Birch Dudley, to be enrolled as one of the
surviving daughter of a Revolutionary Sailor, do state that I am the grandson of Thomas Erskine Birch, the Sailor,
and son of the late Judge James H. Birch, of Missouri, and am over seventy years of age.

Of course any statements are traditionary, having received them from my father and my Uncle Daniel Miller, who
know the facts better than my father, for he had associated with the Rev. Thomas E. Birch, from the time he married
his sister, my grandmother, in 1803, until he died in 1821, and he heard him detail his experiences while in the
Navy, some of them of such a character as to impress them very vividly on my mind to-wit:

A Lieutenant on duty came on deck and calling to a sailor said: 'Extinguish that nocturnal luminary.' The sailor did
not understand such language and did not move to obey, which greatly enraged the Lieutenant, when Ensign Birch,
who crossed the ocean twice, over from St. Christopher Island to England, where he was educated and thence across
to the Colonies, spoke up and said: 'Let me have it done' and followed up by saying, 'Jack, douse the glim." Many
other facts I gathered from him about his wounds, etc., from which he died, cancer finally setting in.

It was a matter of family pride that our ancestor had helped to establish the government of the United States and my
father impressed the fact on me, as a family matter, more particularly in the following interview.

During the winter of 1861 when the Southern States were passing ordinances of succession, my father came into the
library and said: 'My son, I have a statement to make to you and get a pledge from you. In 1821 your grandfather,
Thomas Erskine Birch, when Iying on his death bed, sent for me. I was then entering my nineteenth year. After
requesting me to take a seat close to him, he said: 'My son, I am near my death and before I died I want to tell you
something and then get your promise to do as I tell you, then I will give you my blessing and die contented.'

My son, I was educated in England and took my orders afterward in the old English Church, but instead of going
back to my home, I came to the United States at the commencement of the war of the Revolution. Reaching
Virginia, I pulled off my gown and put on the uniform of an Ensign and entered the Virginia Navy. While in the
Service I was wounded in the groin. From that wound I am now dying, and my days or even hours, are short.

I desire to call your attention to the great cloud of discussion that is now spreading over the country. Raising himself
as it were for a last great effort, with his eyes burning with excitement, he placed his hand on my head and said, 'I
helped to establish this government and have christened it with my blood. I see in this movement the hand of Great
Britain. I know the English people well for I spent six years there in school and I know the selfishness of the English
politics and English statesmen. They have long since seen that on this continent is to grow the only nation that can
ever rival Great Britain and they are ready to do anything necessary to destroy this Government and the best way is
to divide it, and the Slavery question will be the great weapon in her hands, fermenting antipathy to it in the North
and resistance in the South. This cloud will blow over, but it will return and continue to return until war will be the
result and with war the result and England's help cannot be foreseen. Here is to be the final climax of political
existence among men, but this danger must be avoided, if not avoided, must be met.

And now I want you to pledge me, for yourself and for your children, that you will never under any circumstances
nor for any reason, consent to the dissolution of the Union.


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I gave your grandfather my promise and received his blessing. The task was too great for him and he fell back,
calling for his wife, expired in her arms. Now my son, war is to be the inequitable result of the prevalent political
excitement. I have come to you to tell you of the pledge I made to your grandfather for myself and my children and
ask you to join me in carrying out that pledge. I gave him the promise and with my only brother, went into the
Army. The brother and father lie side by side in the cemetery, and I am left to tell this short story, to aid an Aunt to
be enrolled among the few daughters left on earth.

Judge Birch was a strong Southern man and his children had been so educated. They were among the largest slave
holding families in Northwest Missouri but obedience to our own consciences as well as the pledge made in our
names, we faithfully assisted Judge Birch in his efforts in the Gamble Convention & in the (?) field to carry out the
wishes of our Revolutionary ancestor.

Many men were astonished that Judge Birch and his sons were union men, not knowing that it was the result of the
blood of an Ancestor shed during the Revolutionary war in upholding the flag of Washington.

James H. Birch

I went to Richmond to get Ensign Birch's record but found that the records had been burned in the great fire of 1811
and consequently I have never applied for admission to the Sons of the Revolution.

Mary Magdalene BIRCH. Born February 14, 1818 in Cynthiana, Kentucky and died May 21, 1909, in Plattsburg,
Clinton County, Missouri. She married (1) Joseph Shawhan September 29, 1835 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. He was
born in September 1802 in Bourbon County, Kentucky and died during the gold rush mining along the American
River in E1 Dorado County, California in 1850. He was the son of John Shawhan, who was born October 23, 1771,
in Hampshire County, Virginia and died in 1845 in Bourbon County, Kentucky and Margaret "Peggy" McCune,
who was born October 24, 1793. She married (2) in 187O, Abraham Ferguson Dudley, who was born in 1808 in
Kentucky and died inl875 in Missouri. She had issue with her first husband. She was the first family member of the
Birch family to join the DAR. # 40455, Plattsburg. Missouri. 1902. [2]

A Daughter of the Revolution
Mrs. Mary Birch Shawhan Dudley, one of the three daughters of a Revolutionary soldier, died on last Friday, at the
home of her niece, Mrs. Turney, in Kansas City, in tho 90th year of her earthly life.

Mrs. Dudley was the daughter of Thomas Erskine Birch, who was an Episcopal minister, located in Richmond,
Virginia. When the Revolutionary War began, he laid aside his gown and put on the uniform of an Ensign and
entered the Virginia navy under John Paul Jones.

During one of the fiercest engagements he was wounded in the groin and thus disabled from further service. After
the war he moved to Kentucky and established Washington College in Mason County, where among other
distinguished men he educated Col. Alexender W. Doniphan.

Mrs. Dudley was a most remarkable woman, both physically and mentally. Her mother being a member of the
Regular Baptist church, she accepted her religion, and was baptized by Kentucky's most celebrated divine, Thomas
Dudley, whose nephew she afterwards married.

She exemplified her faith in the grace of God as taught by her church during her whole life, and died with the
conscious belief that she was one of the chosen children of his Mercy.

Mrs. Dudley was well known to all the older citizens of our county having passed many years in Plattsburg with her
son, John E. Shawhan, who, before and after the war was a leading merchant in Plattsburg.

She was the 1st of her father's family. Her sisters, Mrs. Turney, Basset, McClintock and Dunham and her Brothers,
James H., Weston F. and Thomas E. Birch had all preceded her.


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For many years she was a cripple, and could only walk on crutches, but she bore her misfortune and suffering with a
resignation which drew its strength from her faith in the mercy of her Creator, and with His name on her lips she
passed from earth into his presence, where, her friends firmly believe, she was received and crowned as a reward for
her Christian character and irreproachable life.

Her remains were brought here Sunday morning and ruing a short rest at the home of her nephew, Robert Frost, the
Rev. Standiford delivered a short, but impressive address from the text, "If a man die shall he live again?". From
thence she was taken to the old cemetery and buried beside her husband and only son, amid the presence of many
loving friends who had bid her a last adieu. [Copied by Dr. Bernerd O’Neil from the Plattsburg Missouri
Newspaper, dated May, 1909.]

36. Rev. Eldred Simkins DUDLEY. Born on January 28, 1811 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Eldred Simkins died
on May 8, 1891; he was 80.

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin &
County, Chicago, 1882, p. 562

E. S. DUDLEY, minister; P. O. Hutchinson; was born Jan. 28, 1811, in Fayette County, Ky.; son of Gen. James
Dudley, who was made a captain in the war of 1812, but peace was declared before he reached the front. He came
front Virginia with his father when nine years of age, and settled near Bryant's Station. Tbe father of our subject was
the third born of fourteen children, the date of which event was May 12, 1777; he died June, 16, 1870; the
grandfather, about 1826. The mother of our subject was a daughter of Abraham Ferguson, of Fayette; she died May
22, 1823. Mr. Dudley received his education in the common schools of the county, farmed considerable, and was
noted as a mule dealer; he at present owns about three hundred and fifty acres of land, his place being known as
"Orchard Grove;" he is a member of the Regular Baptist Church, as was his rather and grandfather; he is a minister;
was licensed 25 years ago, and is at present Pastor of Stony Point Church; he was married, first to Mary Ann Clay,
daughter of Henry Clay, and one child was the result of the union--Mrs. Mary E. Cunningham. His wife dying, he
married Mrs. Henrietta (Clay) Scott, sister of his first wife, by whom he had three children: Nancy, wife of J. B.
McClintock, of Harrison; Rebecca; J. Ambrose, married and living in the neighborhood. The second wife dying, he
married Hattie Bassett, of Nicholas County Ky. He is a Republican.

Notes on Eldrid Simkins Dudley: [1]
E. S. Dudley and wife Henrietta Clay, son Henry Clay, dau-Laetitia L. are buried in Clay graveyard on Douglas
Clay Farm 1 mile North of Escondida Station along right of way. Henrietta: married 1st Mr. Bedford, 2nd Mr. Scott,
3rd Eldred Dudley another resource states her death as 4 Nov. 1866.

On November 19, 1835 when Eldred Simkins was 24, he first married Mary Ann CLAY, daughter of COL Henry
CLAY IV (1779-1863) & Peggy HELM (-1863). Born on May 27, 1824. Mary Ann died on February 14, 1901; she
was 76.

They had one child:
      54         i.        Mary E. “Polly” (1838-1917)

On February 20, 1840 when Eldred Simkins was 29, he second married Henrietta Povall CLAY, daughter of COL
Henry CLAY IV (1779-1863) & Peggy HELM (-1863). Born on March 1, 1803 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Henrietta Povall died on March 4, 1865; she was 62. Buried in Clay Cemetery, Escondida Rd., Bourbon County,
Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Henry Clay. Born on November 2, 1840. Henry Clay died on December 15, 1862; he was
                          22. Civil War.
      55         ii.      Nancy “Nannie” (1842-1922)
                iii.      Laeticia. Born on August 14, 1843. Laeticia died on October 26, 1862; she was 19.


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                iv.       Henrietta Rebecca. Born in 1844. Henrietta Rebecca died in 1920; she was 76. Buried in
                          Henry Clay Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          Known as “Aunt Beck,” called prize of family and mother of all, never married. [1]

      56         v.       James Ambrose (1847-1920)

On August 26, 1869 when Eldred Simkins was 58, he third married Hattie Clay BASSETT. Hattie Clay died on
November 23, 1874.


                      Family of Gen. James DUDLEY (19) & Mourning Shelton GOODLOE


37. Susan Thomas DUDLEY. Born on February 17, 1826 in Fayette County, Kentucky.

On September 29, 1842 when Susan Thomas was 16, she married Thomas M. WALLIS.

They had one child:
                 i.       Daughter.
                          Daughter married Robert MILWARD.

38. Maria Louise DUDLEY. Born on July 20, 1827. Maria Louise died in Fayette County, Kentucky on February
6, 1901; she was 73. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

On May 24, 1849 when Maria Louise was 21, she married Joseph McCANN, son of Pleasant McCANN & Polly
ROBINSON, in Fayette County, Kentucky. Born on October 10, 1810. Joseph died on January 8, 1878; he was 67.
Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
      57          i.      Mary Robinson (1851-1916)
      58         ii.      Susie (1855-1931)

39. Sarah Elizabeth DUDLEY. Born on February 21, 1838.

Note: It is speculation at this juncture that Noah Ferguson, son of Abraham Lunceford Ferguson and Mary Keller
Matson, is the husband of Sarah Elizabeth Dudley. The date and place of birth of Noah Ferguson and the name of
their child, Mary Ferguson, lends creedance to this speculation. Also, “Dudley and Alied Families” lists Sarah as
marrying “Noah S. Ferguson.” The “S.” could be the initial for “Spears” which is the surname of Noah’s maternal
grandmother, Rebecca Spears.--REF

Sarah Elizabeth married Noah FERGUSON, son of Abraham Lunceford FERGUSON (1803-1854) & Mary Keller
MATSON (1810-1878). Born on September 23, 1823.

They had one child:
                 i.       Mary.


                       Family of Benjamin Winslow DUDLEY (22) & Anna Maria SHORT


40. William Ambrose DUDLEY. Born on June 9, 1824 in Fayette County, Kentucky. William Ambrose died in
Fayette County, Kentucky on March 19, 1870; he was 45.

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Mary Jane Rigg died in Fayette County, Kentucky on February 14, 1901; she was 76.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Benjamin Winslow. Born in 1846. Benjamin Winslow died in 1892; he was 46.
                 ii.      Charles. Born in 1849. Charles died in 1859; he was 10.
                iii.      William Ambrose. Born in 1851. William Ambrose died in 1852; he was 1.
      59        iv.       Mary D. (1852-1903)


                              Family of Ambrose DUDLEY (23) & Miss LUDLOW


41. Dr. Ethelbert L. DUDLEY. Born in 1818 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Ethelbert L. died on February 20,
1862; he was 44. Civil War.

The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio: J. M. Armstrong & Company, 1878; New Material
Copyright by the Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1980, pp. 270-271.

DUDLEY, PROF. ETHELBERT L., M. D., Physician, Surgeon, and Soldier, son of Ambrose Dudley, Jr., and
nephew of Dr. Benjamin W. Dudley, was born in 1818, in Fayette County, Kentucky. He was educated at Harvard
University; studied medicine under his relative, Dr. Benjamin W. Dudley; graduated from the medical department of
Transylvania University, in 1842, with great distinction, after attending three full courses of lectures; still distrusting
his own attainments, he took two other full courses of medical instruction, under the direct supervision of his
distinguished kinsman, for whom he was sometimes prosector, in the Winters of 1842 and 1843; was appointed
Demonstrator of Anatomy at Transylvania, in 1844; held the position with energy and success, until 1847; in the
Winter of that year, was appointed Professor of General and Pathological Anatomy and Physiology; in 1846, he had
delivered a course of lectures on Comparative Anatomy; in 1849, became sole editor of Transylvania Medical
journal, of which he published three annual volumes; in the Spring of 1850, visited Europe for professional
improvement ; on his return, in the same year, accepted the Chair of Descriptive Anatomy and Histology, in the
Kentucky School of Medicine, at Louisville; assisted greatly in building up that new institution; in its second year,
was transferred to the Chair of Surgical Anatomy and Operative Surgery; the sessions of the two schools not
conflicting; about the same time, was transferred to the Professorship of Surgery, in Transylvania Medical College,
and continued to teach with distinguished ability until the schools were closed by the outbreak of the civil war,
having, however, several years previously resigned his position in the Kentucky school. As a practitioner, he always
commanded the highest respect of his colleagues, and the warmest friendship of his patients, and was not more
admired as a physician than as a man; was gentle and sympathetic; devoted himself to his profession, his patients,
and his friends; was a man of fine person; and, with nerves of steel, unswerving hand, professional knowledge rarely
surpassed, his medical career, though short, was brilliant. At the outbreak of the war, his patriotism and loyalty to
the nation caused him to take an active part against the rebellion; and, while the State of Kentucky hung yet in the
balance of professed neutrality, he was actively instrumental in the organization of a battalion of "Home Guards," of
which he was elected commander, and which aided much in preventing the precipitation of Kentucky into the war
for secession. He was authorized to raise a regiment of volunteers; was made its colonel, preferring that active
position to the less belligerent one of medical director, which had been proffered him; left Lexington with his
command, the Twenty-first Kentucky Federal Infantry, for the southern part of the State, and there, exhausted by the
continued labors and exposures of his position, soon fell a victim to typhoid fever. He died, deeply and universally
beloved, February 20, 1862. Dr. Dudley was married, in 1843, to Mary Scott, daughter of Matthew T. Scott, of
Lexington, Kentucky. Of his two children, a son and a daughter, only the latter survives-Louise, now the wife of
Major Joseph C. Breckinridge, Second United States Artillery.

In 1843 when Ethelbert L. was 25, he married Mary SCOTT, daughter of Matthew T. SCOTT. Born in 1817. Mary
died in 1902; she was 85. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

They had one child:
      60         i.         Louise Ludlow (1849-1911)


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                          Family of Joseph STEPHENS (27) & Elizabeth WEAVER


42. Louisa STEPHENS. Born on September 7, 1813 in Fleming Co. Ky. Louisa died on September 23, 1883; she
was 70.

Louisa married William PECK, son of William PECK & Susanna. Born on December 15, 1805. William died on
December 10, 1875; he was 69.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Elizabeth. Born in 1837. Elizabeth died on November 3, 1910; she was 73.
                          Elizabeth married James BROOKS.
                 ii.      Evermont E. Born in 1838.
                iii.      John W. Born in 1842.
      61        iv.       Arabella S. (1842-1867)
      62         v.       Emma Stephens (1844-1923)




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                                               17th Generation
                               _________________________________________
                           Family of Pauline DUDLEY (28) & William LANDER Jr.


43. Paulina Georgina LANDER. Born on November 25, 1831 in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Paulina
Georgina died in Hopkinsville, Kentucky on February 25, 1914; she was 82.

On October 16, 1856 when Paulina Georgina was 24, she married Wilson J. LANDER, in Christian County,
Kentucky. Born on December 10, 1811. Wilson J. died in Christian County, Kentucky on October 9, 1879; he was
67.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Minnie Rackerby. Born on June 14, 1861.
                 ii.      Alice Eastland. Born on November 2, 1876 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.


                Family of Ambrose James Milton DUDLEY (29) & Ann Eliza HARPENDING


44. Mary Harpending DUDLEY. Born on December 10, 1835. Mary Harpending died on April 18, 1912; she was
76.

On August 23, 1853 when Mary Harpending was 17, she married William C. McGEHEE.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Ann Elizabeth.
                 ii.      William. Born in January 1858.
                iii.      Carrie McGowan. Born in 1860.
                iv.       Pauline. Born in 1863.
                 v.       Dudley. Born in 1869.
                vi.       Charles Asbury. Born in 1873. Charles Asbury died in 1935; he was 62.
               vii.       Mary. Born in 1884. Mary died in 1885; she was 1.

45. Paulina DUDLEY. Born on March 12, 1840.

On January 31, 1861 when Paulina was 20, she married Walter D. MARLOW.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Molly.
                 ii.      Emma.
                iii.      Walter D.

46. Alexander Hamilton DUDLEY. Born on December 31, 1848. Alexander Hamilton died on June 16, 1905; he
was 56.

Alexander Hamilton first married Viginia Louella GRIFFITH. Born on January 18, 1854. Viginia Louella died on
May 8, 1894; she was 40.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Margaret May. Born on May 5, 1876.
                 ii.      Franklin Griffith. Born on March 22, 1878. Franklin Griffith died in Henderson,
                          Kentucky on August 22, 1932; he was 54.



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                iii.      William McGehee. Born on August 30, 1884. William McGehee died in Los Angeles,
                          California on February 1, 1938; he was 53.
                iv.       Robert Ambrose. Born on February 18, 1886.

On June 14, 1900 when Alexander Hamilton was 51, he second married Mattie CANTRELL.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Clarence Griffith. Born on June 3, 1903.
                 ii.      Mary Eliza. Born on July 17, 1901.

47. Louella “Nellie” DUDLEY. Born on August 7, 1851.

On November 13, 1872 when Louella “Nellie” was 21, she married William TEMPLEMAN.

They had the following children:
                  i.      John Dudley.
                 ii.      James Milton.


                  Family of Pamela Ann DUDLEY (32) & Rev. Ryland Thompson DILLARD


48. Mary Ellis DILLARD. Born on April 10, 1825.

On March 4, 1846 when Mary Ellis was 20, she married Rev. William M. PRATT, in Lexington, Fayette County,
Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Laura. Born on February 27, 1849.
                          In 1878 when Laura was 28, she married David B. DOLL. David B. died on November
                          19, 1904 in Louisville, Kentucky.
                 ii.      William Dudley. Born on June 9, 1851.
                iii.      Mary Baldwin. Born on January 3, 1854. Mary Baldwin died in Louisville, Kentucky.
                iv.       Lizzie. Born on June 30, 1856. Lizzie died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on
                          July 6, 1889; she was 33.
                 v.       Ryland Dillard. Born on February 5, 1860.

49. James Madison DILLARD. Born on March 4, 1836 in Fayette County, Kentucky. James Madison died in
Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on March 17, 1886; he was 50.

On August 15, 1865 when James Madison was 29, he married Nannie CARR.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Laura Madison. Born in 1866 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. Laura Madison
                          died in Kansas in 1882; she was 16.
                 ii.      Florence.
                iii.      Annie.
                iv.       Mary (Died young). Born about 1891.

50. Annie Rebecca DILLARD. Born on July 26, 1840. Annie Rebecca died on July 18, 1866; she was 25.

On July 10, 1861 when Annie Rebecca was 20, she married Rev. George HUNT.

They had one child:



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                 i.       Annie. Born in January 1866.

51. Maria Louise “Lou” DILLARD. Born on July 3, 1844 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Maria Louise “Lou” died
on September 24, 1875; she was 31. Buried in Lexington, Kentucky.

In 1869 when Maria Louise “Lou” was 24, she married Henry C. BEDFORD, son of Archibald Coleman “Asa”
BEDFORD (1800-1869) & Susan BYRNS (-1840). Born on January 24, 1833 in Kentucky. Henry C. died in Texas
on May 14, 1872; he was 39. Buried in Lexington, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Ryland Dillard. Born on February 10, 1870 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Ryland
                          Dillard died in Kansas. Resided in Garden City, Kansas after 1900.
                 ii.      Archibald Coleman. Born on March 29, 1871 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Archibald
                          Coleman died on October 1, 1871.
                iii.      Henry Clay. Born on July 15, 1872. Henry Clay died on March 15, 1873.


                      Family of Ambrose Ferguson DUDLEY (33) & Nancy MOBERLY


52. Richard M. DUDLEY. Born on September 1, 1838. Richard M. died on June 5, 1893; he was 54.

Notes on Richard Dudley: [1]
Richard M. Dudley graduated at Georgetown College in 1860, was pastor of a Baptist Church in Louis., editor of a
newspaper, and in 1880 became president of Georgetown College.

Richard M. first married Elizabeth THOMPSON.

They had one child:
                 i.       Frank.

Richard M. second married Mary HINTON.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Anne.
                          Anne married W. O. SHEWMAKER.
                 ii.      Mary.
                          Mary married Wuley PITMAN.
                iii.      June.
                          June married Emmet HARVEY.
                iv.       Louise.
                 v.       Rose.
                          Rose married Ralph SCEARCE.


                      Family of Abraham Ferguson DUDLEY (35) & Ann M. RUSSELL


53. James DUDLEY. Born on April 22, 1834. James died on March 5, 1882; he was 47. Buried in Lexington
Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

James married Sarah HAYES. Born on August 5, 1836. Sarah died on June 19, 1924; she was 87. Buried in
Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.




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They had the following children:
                  i.      Thomas Hayes. Born on November 19, 1868.
                          Thomas Hayes married Mary W. DICKERSON.
                 ii.      James Russell. Born on June 14, 1878. James Russell died on September 14, 1894; he
                          was 16. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.
                iii.      Nannie. Born on July 10, 1876. Nannie died on December 25, 1876. Buried in Lexington
                          Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.


                      Family of Rev. Eldred Simkins DUDLEY (36) & Mary Ann CLAY


54. Mary E. “Polly” DUDLEY. Born in 1838. Mary E. “Polly” died in 1917; she was 79.

Mary E. “Polly” married Joseph P. CUNNINGHAM. Joseph P. died in 1870’s. Buried in Henry Clay Graveyard,
Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:
                 i.       Mary Ann (Died as Infant).


                  Family of Rev. Eldred Simkins DUDLEY (36) & Henrietta Povall CLAY


55. Nancy “Nannie” DUDLEY. Born on March 2, 1842 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Nancy “Nannie”
died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on March 20, 1922; she was 80. Buried in Battle Grove Cemetery,
Cynthiana, Kentucky.

On November 14, 1872 when Nancy “Nannie” was 30, she married Joseph Birch McCLINTOCK, son of Alexander
F. McCLINTOCK (1801-1881) & Anna M. BIRCH (1809-1878), in Harrison County, Kentucky. Born on June 23,
1834 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. Joseph Birch died in Cynthiana, Kentucky on October 23, 1891; he was 57. Buried in
Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Anna E. Born on October 13, 1860. Anna E. died on October 19, 1870; she was 10.
                          Buried in Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.
                 ii.      J. Kirtley. Born on June 6, 1864. J. Kirtley died on October 4, 1870; he was 6. Buried in
                          Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Kentucky.
      63        iii.      Henrietta Clay “Etta” (1873-1924)
      64        iv.       Mary “Mayme” (1876-1967)
                 v.       Nanny E. Born on April 20, 1879 in Harrison County, Kentucky. Nanny E. died on
                          February 13, 1962; she was 82. Buried in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                vi.       Nellie R. Born on August 20, 1883 in Harrison County, Kentucky. Nellie R. died in
                          Lexington, Kentucky on September 9, 1970; she was 87. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris,
                          Kentucky.
                          Note: It is speculation at this juncture to link James Daugherty, son of Charles Daugherty
                          and Ana M. Garrard, to Nellie McClintock.--REF

                          Nellie R. first married W. Elda COLLIER.
                          Nellie R. second married James DAUGHERTY, son of Charles A. DAUGHERTY
                          (1840-1910) & Anna M. GARRARD (1849-).

56. James Ambrose DUDLEY. Born on November 18, 1847. James Ambrose died on December 18, 1920; he was
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History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin &
County, Chicago, 1882, p. 562

J. AMBROSE DUDLEY, farmer ; P. O. Hutchinson was born Nov. 18, 1847, in Bourbon County; is a son of Elder
E. S. and Henrietta (Clay) Dudley. He was married in 1865 to Miss Lizzie Kenney, daughter of W. B. Kenney, of
Paris, and has two children: E. S., Jr., and Willie Kenney--E. S. being born March 5, 1876, and W. K., Oct. 12,
1878. Mr. Dudley owes 100 acres of cxccllent land nine miles from Paris, which he farms successfully, and is a
Republican in politics.

On January 26, 1875 when James Ambrose was 27, he married Elizabeth “Lizzie” KENNY, daughter of W. B.
KENNY. Born in 1856 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth “Lizzie” died in 1926; she was 70.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Eldred S. Born in 1876. Eldred S. died in 1963; he was 87.
                          Eldred S. married Florence WEATHERS. Born in 1881. Florence died in 1940; she was
                          59.
      65         ii.      William Kenny (1878-1959)
                iii.      Katherine. Born in 1884.
                          Katherine married Claude SPEARS. Claude died in 1972.
                iv.       Charles (Died young).
                 v.       May (Died young).


                         Family of Maria Louise DUDLEY (38) & Joseph McCANN


57. Mary Robinson McCANN. Born on June 23, 1851. Mary Robinson died in Fayette County, Kentucky on
March 5, 1916; she was 64. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

Mary Robinson married William Newton BARKLEY. Born on August 17, 1849 in Fayette County, Kentucky.
William Newton died in Fayette County, Kentucky on June 16, 1908; he was 58. Buried in Lexington Cemetery,
Lexington, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      William Newton. Born on April 20, 1869.
                 ii.      Ann Maria.
                          Ann Maria married BAKER.
                iii.      David Bennet. David Bennet died in 1952.
                iv.       Susan. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

58. Susie McCANN. Born on April 10, 1855 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Susie died in Winchester Pike, Fayette
County, Kentucky on May 28, 1931; she was 76. Buried in Kentucky.

In 1876 when Susie was 20, she married Benjamin Talbott HUME, son of David J. HUME (1824-1904) & Martha
Ann TALBOTT (1828-1894). Born on June 30, 1851 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Benjamin Talbott died in
Winchester Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky on February 27, 1935; he was 83. Buried in Lexington, Fayette County,
Kentucky.

They had the following children:
      66          i.      Benjamin Talbott (1876-1961)
                 ii.      Maria Dudley. Born in 1876 in Winchester Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky. Maria
                          Dudley died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on January 3, 1977; she was 101.
                          Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
                iii.      Daisy. Born in 1888 in Winchester Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky. Daisy died in



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                         Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on March 18, 1978; she was 90.
                iv.      Martha. Born on October 8, 1879 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Martha died in
                         Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on May 2, 1956; she was 76. Buried in Lexington,
                         Fayette County, Kentucky.
                         Martha married Wilson Case LAWWILL, son of John Kerr LAWWILL & Amanda
                         SHELTON. Born on February 16, 1873 in Manchester, Adams County, Ohio. Wilson
                         Case died in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky on October 16, 1946; he was 73.
                         Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.


                  Family of William Ambrose DUDLEY (40) & Mary Jane Rigg HAWKINS


59. Mary D. DUDLEY. Born in July 1852 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. Mary D. died in May 1903; she
was 50.

Mary D. married Charles SHORT.

They had one child:
                 i.      Winslow.


                          Family of Dr. Ethelbert L. DUDLEY (41) & Mary SCOTT


60. Louise Ludlow DUDLEY. Born on February 20, 1849. Louise Ludlow died on September 19, 1911; she was
62. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.

On July 20, 1868 when Louise Ludlow was 19, she married Major Joseph C. BRECKENRIDGE, in Fayette County,
Kentucky. Born on January 14, 1842. Joseph C. died on August 18, 1926; he was 84. Buried in Lexington Cemetery,
Lexington, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Mary Dudley. Born in July 1869.
                          Mary Dudley married John Fore HINES.
                 ii.      Joseph Cabell. Born on March 6, 1872 in Ft. Monroe, Virginia. Joseph Cabell died on
                          February 11, 1898; he was 25.
                          Notes on Joseph Breckenridge: [1]
                          Joseph was swept overboard from torpedo boat Cushing, near Havana while carrying
                          dispatches to battleship Maine.

               iii.      Mabell. Born on February 18, 1877. Mabell died on March 24, 1878; she was 1.
                iv.      Lucian Scott. Born on December 1, 1878.
                 v.      Louise D.
                vi.      Robert J.
               vii.      Scott Dudley. Born on May 23, 1882.
              viii.      Charles Henry. Born on September 6, 1884. Charles Henry died on July 19, 1885.
                ix.      Margaret Scott Skillman. Born on May 1, 1889.
                         Margaret Scott Skillman married John VANCE.
                 x.      John Preston. Born on October 29, 1890.
                xi.      Ethelbert L. D. Born on July 6, 1875.
                         Captain in the U.S. Infantry in the Spanish-American War. [1]

                         Ethelbert L. D. married Genevieve MATTINGLY. Genevieve died on July 26, 1914.
               xii.      Henry. Born on May 25, 1886. Buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky.


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                             Family of Louisa STEPHENS (42) & William PECK


61. Arabella S. PECK. Born in 1842. Arabella S. died in Shapsburg, Ky. on November 21, 1867; she was 25.

Arabella S. married John A. BOGIE.

They had the following children:
                  i.      James S.
                 ii.      Mary Lou.
                iii.      William P.

62. Emma Stephens PECK. Born on July 21, 1844 in Fleming County, Kentucky. Emma Stephens died in Paris,
Bourbon County, Kentucky on May 12, 1923; she was 78.

On December 13, 1866 when Emma Stephens was 22, she married William H. FISHER, son of Samuel L. FISHER
(ca1807-1850) & Lucinda TALBOTT (1807-1874), in Bath County, Kentucky. Born on November 12, 1829 in
Ruddell’s Mills, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William H. died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on February 3,
1903; he was 73.

William and Emily were at Ford’s Theater the night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. [3]

WM. H. FISHER, [4] farmer, born Nov. 12,1829, in Ruddel's Mills Precinct; eldest child of Samuel and Lucinda
(Talbott) Fisher. Samuel Fisher was born in Lexington, Fayette Co., in 1809; son of William; a native of Delaware,
and came to Kentucky about the year 1800, located in Fayette, afterward locating in Ruddel's Mills Precinct about
the year 1810, and established a woolen factor; he afterward engaged in farming, which he followed until his death,
which occurred in 1835. Eight children were born to him, who grew up: James, Margaret, Samuel, Mrs. Bowman,
John Amanda, Hannah and Maddox. James and Samuel settled in Bourbon; Margaret married a Sutton and moved to
Indiana; John settled in Missouri; Amanda, Maddox and Hannah died young; Mrs. Bowman settled in Harrison
County; Samuel, the father of our subject, engaged in farming; he succeeded his father in the distillery business,
which he ran until 1843; when he located in Pads Precinct, on the farm owned by William, his son, situated on the
Flat Rock Pike; the farm is called the McClure place; he died here March 18, 1848--death occasioned by the kick of
a mule; he was a member of the Reformed Church; his wife, Lucinda Talbott, was a daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth
(Carter) Talbott; Henry Talbott, the father of Hugh, emigrated from Hanover County, Va., to Bourbon County, about
the year 1789; Hugh was for several years a merchant at Ruddel's Mills; he died in 1832. To Samuel Fisher and wife
were born two children: William H., and Susan, who married Charles Nolcini; she died February, 1860; leaving one
child, William; Wm. H. was raised a farmer, Dec. 13, 1866, he married Emily Peck, who was born in Fleming
County, Ky., daughter of William and Louisa (Stevens) Peck; Louisa was born Sept. 7, 1813, in Fleming County, on
Locust Creek; daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Weaver) Stevens; he was born December, 1767, in Loudon [sic]
County, Va.; his wife 1769, and were married 1788, and removed to Fayette County, where they settled; William
was a son of William Peck, of Mason County, Ky.; the former died Dec. 10, 1875. The religion of the Stevens was
old Baptist; and the Pecks were Methodists; both families were Whigs. Mr. Fisher has 220 acres of land-the farm
called Wood Brook; he has two children: Wm. Peck and Nebilla; he raises short horns; is a member of the
Presbyterian Church G.S.A.
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Notes on William H. Fisher: [5]
 He resided in Paris Precinct, Bourbon Co., Ky. 1843, Flate Rock Pike. listed on maps in 1861 and 1877 and
Perrin's 1882 (page 463) as Wood Brook Farm (later known as Oakland Dairy Farm)

WILLIAM was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Bourbon County Ky.. District 1 page 12 # 287

WILLIAM was listed as a member of a church Paris, Ky., 3/22/1874. First Presbyterian of Paris


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 WILLIAM's occupation: Farmer and Breeder Bourbon county, 1877. He was a prominent Bourbon county land
owner and breeder of short horn cattle.The Fisher home place was called Oakland Farm on Little Rock road. The
Farm is listed on the 1877 Bourbon Co. Map by Beers & Lanagan as Wood Brook.

 He bought property in Paris, Ky, 6/22/1892. Deed book 74 Page 292 This deed between T. Earl Ashbrook and
Jennie W Ashbrook his wife of the first part and W. H. Fisher of the second part Witnesseth, that the said party of
the first part in consideration of Twenty one hundred dollars ($2100) cash in hand paid the receipt of which is
hereby acknowledged, do hereby sell, grant, and convey to the party of the second part, heirs and assigns, the
following described property, viz: a certain lot in Pasis Ky. on Duncan Avenue and bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of Mary B. Owen's running thence with her line 199 feet and 6 inches to
the line of the property of C. S. Brent & Bros. (Formerly O. A. Gilman): thence with said line 58 feet and 7 inches to
the line of T. Earl Ashbrook; thence with his line running toward Duncan Avenue about 207 feet, more or less, to a
point in Duncan Avenue thence with Duncan Avenue 65 feet to the beginning it being part of the lot conveyed to
first party by R. J. Neely by deed of date Nov. 10 1890 and recorded in Bourbon County Clerks office in deed book
73 page 107. Second party agrees to build on said lot a two story brick residence with a metal or slate roof. To have
and to hold the same, with all the appurtenances thereon, to the second party, heirs and assigns forever, with
covenant of " General Warranty." In Testimony Whereof, Witness our signatures, this 21 day of June 1892.

T. Earl Ashbrook Jennie W. Ashbrook

State of Kentucky County of Bourbon sct. I, Wm Myall Clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid, do
certify that on this day the foregoing Deed was produced to me in the County aforesaid, and acknowledged and
delivered by T. Earl Ashbrook and Jennie W. Ashbrook, his wife to be their act and deed. Witness my hand, this 21
day of June 1892. By Wm Myall Clerk B.C.C.

State of Kentucky sct. County of Bourbon, I Wm Myall Clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid, do
certify that on this day this Deed from T. E. Ashbrook and Wife was received and lodged in my office for record,
and that I have truly recorded it, togeather with this the certificate thereon endorsed, in my said office. Witness My
Hand, this 22 day of June 1892. Wm Myall C. B.C.C. By Ed D. Paton Deputy Clerk



 He made a will in Paris, Ky, 1/31/1900. Will of William H. Fisher Will book U page 110

I Wm. H. Fisher, of Bourbon County, in the State of Kentucky, being of sound mind, do make, publish, and declare
this my last Will and Testament.

1. I nominate and appoint my wife Emma S. Fisher as sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and
Trustee for its purposes herein after set out. In case my wife should not be living at the time of my death, or should
fail or refuse for any reason to act as said Executrix and trustee, then I nominate and appoint my two sons, Wm. P.
Fisher and Neville C. Fisher, as the Joint Executors and Trustees under this will and invest them with all the rights,
powers, and authority and infer upon them all the duties bestowed and inferred upon the first named Executrix and
Trustee, Emma S. Fisher and in case either of my said sons fail or refuse to act, for any reason, then the other of
them shall act and be the sole Executor and Trustee, with all the rights, powers, and authority and duties above
mentioned, and in either of such case, I declare that this my will, and all the devises, bequeath, powers, and
provisions hereinafter contained shall be read and conducted in the same manner and shall have the same operative
and effect in all respects, so far as the administration of the estate and executors of the trusts are concerned as if the
names of my said two sons, or (in the last supposed case) the name of the one who acts, had been inserted therein
instead of the name of the said Executrix and Trustee, Emma S. Fisher.

2nd - I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Emma S. Fisher, those articles which are exempt from sale and
distribution and which are set apart by the Kentucky Statues to the widow of one who dies intestate, and I direct that
they shall be set apart to her by the appraisers of my estate.


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3rd - I direct my said Executrix to pay out of the proceeds of the residue of my personal estate, of whatever kind or
description, and out of the proceeds of the real estate, herewith devised to her for that purpose, all my just debts and
funeral expenses, using and exhausting first the proceeds of the personal estate.

4th - I give, devise, and bequeath to my said Executrix, Emma S. Fisher, my house and lot situated on Duncan
Avenue in Paris, Ky. and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of Mary B.
Owens lot and running thence with her line 199 ft. 6 inches in to the line of the property of C.S. Brent and & Bros.
(formerly O. A. Gilman); thence with said line 58 ft and 7 in. to the line of T. Earl Ashbrook; then with his line
running toward Duncan Avenue, about 207 feet more or less, to a point in Duncan Avenue; then with Duncan
Avenue 65 feet is the beginning, being the same surveyed by T. Earl Ashbrook and Jennie W. Ashbrook to me by
deed of record in the Bourbon County Clerks Office in deed book 74, page 292.

Also, Lot No. 17 on the plot of land in Paris, KY., known as Covenent Heights said lot pointing fifty feet on the
west side of Walker's Avenue and extending back in equal width, 125 feet tot the one of Lot No. 24, and bounded on
the south by Lot 16, and on the north by a ten foot alley.

Also the northern half of Lot 16 on said plot adjoining the foregoing Lot 17 on the west side of Walker Avenue and
running with said avenue south 25 feet is the center of said Lot 16 then extending back 25 ft in width throughout to
the line of lot 25, bounded on the north by Lot 17 and on the south by the remaining half of Lot 16.

To have and hold to the said Emma S. Fisher, her heirs and assigns forever, but in trust, nevertheless, for the
following uses and purposes, to wit: To reduce said real estate to money by public or private sale, upon such terms
and stipulations, as she may, in her directive, deem proper, but in such a manner and at such a time as not to
unnecessarily prolong the administration of my estate, and I authorize and empower her to execute and deliver, all
deeds, instruments of transfer, and other writings necessary to pass a proper title thereto.

To apply the proceeds of the said sale to other payment of debts and funeral expenses in accordance with the
directions of this third paragraph of this will and if there shall be any balances left after the payment of the said debt
and expenses, it shall pass and I hereby desire and bequeath it to my widow and heirs, in the same manner and in the
same proportions as it would have gone, had it been real estate, and I had died interstate. The portion thereof which
shall be received by the widow, shall be invested by her in real estate and the title to the said real estate item
purchased shall vest in her during her natural life with remainder to my heirs, the said heirs to take __ __, _ in
the children of either or both of my sons, in case either or both of my sons shall die during the widow's life, shall
stand in the place of their respective ancestors.

5 - I declare that all sums at any time advanced or paid by me to an account of either of my sons shall be regarded
and taken as gifts from me, and shall not be charged as advancements against their respective portions of my estate.
This, however, shall not be taken or construed as to mean a release from any express contract which I may at my
death hold against either of them.

6 - I give, desire, and bequeath all the rest and residue of my real estate and personal estate of whatever kind and
description to my wife and to those who shall be my heirs, living at my death, in the same proportions and subject to
the same rules, that they would take it, under the laws of this State of Kentucky, had I died intestate.

The words "declare" on the 4th line of the first page, and the word "statutes" on next to the last line on the 2nd page,
and the erasure over the word " width " on the 4th line of the fifth page, and over this word "give" on the 11th line
on the sixth page, were interlined and made before the execution of this instrument.

In testimony whereof I the said Wm. H. Fisher, have hereunto set my hand, this 31st day of January 1900.

W. H. Fisher

Signed by the said Testator, Wm. H. Fisher, as his last will, in the presence of us, who at his request, and in his


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presence, and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.

George R. Bell, Paris, Ky.

D. C. Parish     "       "

Bourbon County Court

February Term, Feby 7, 1903.

The foregoing instrument purporting to be the last Will of W. H. Fisher, dec'd., was this day produced in Court and
proved in due __ of law by the oaths of G. R. Bell and D. C. Parrish, the attesting witnesses thereto, whereupon said
instrument is ordered to be recorded as the last Will of said W. H. Fisher, deceased.

Witness Ed. D. Paton, clerk of said court, date above-

Ed. D. Paton, Clerk

WILLIAM's will was probated in Bourbon Co. Ky., 4/30/1903. Deed Book 87, page 37 W. H. Fisher's Heirs to W.
P. Fisher

1903, April 30

This indenture made and entered into this 30th day April 1903 by and between Emma S. Fisher, widow of W. H.
Fisher, deceased, and Neville C. Fisher and Eva Finnell Fisher, his wife, parties of the first part and W. P. Fisher,
party of the second part. Witnesseth: that whereas. W. H. Fisher died on the 3rd day of February 1903, a resident of
Bourbon County and testate, and whereas by the proper order of the Bourbon County Court his last will and
testament was duly admitted to probate and recorded in will Book U, page 110 in the office of the Clerk of Bourbon
County Court and where as said W. H. Fisher by his said last Will and Testament, after providing for the payment of
his debts and funeral and testamentary expenses, did by section 6 of said Will provide as follows: "I give, desire, and
bequeath rest and residue of my real estate and personal estate of whatever kind and description to my wife and to
those who shall be my heirs living at my death, in the same proportions and subject to the same rules that they would
take it under the law of the State of Kentucky had I died intestate and whereas the said testator owned at the time of
his death a tract of land situated in Bourbon Count, KY. on the water of Flat-Run Creek containing four hundred and
twenty-seven and 54/100 acres 427.54 and acre) of land and whereas the said Emma S. Fisher, widow of W. H.
Fisher, dec'd and Neville C. Fisher and W. P. Fisher are the only heirs at-law of said W. H. Fisher, dec'd living at his
death, and whereas the above mentioned tract of 427.54 acres of land passed to them by virtue of the said will in the
following proportions: One-third thereof to Emma S. Fisher for and during her natural life and an undivided
one-half interest in same subject to the life estate passes to Neville C. Fisher and W. P. Fisher each and whereas said
widow and heirs have agreed upon a division of said lands, and a severance of their respective interest in same. Now
in consideration of the premises and of the conveyances this day made by W. P. Fisher and wife to Emma S. Fisher,
and by W. P. Fisher and wife to Neville C. Fisher, the said parties of the first part do hereby sell, grant and convey to
the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever, a certain tract of land situated in Bourbon County,
Ky., and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at 2, as indicated on the plate filed here with and made part
hereof a stone corner to No. 3 on said plate and running therefrom with the line of No. 3. S. 37 7/8 W. 15 chains to
T, a stone to Wm. Redmon; thence N. 52 W. 20. 75 ch to U a first corner to same; thence S 38 1/4 W. 11. 17 ch. to B
a stake corner to same, thence S. 37 W 7. 79 ch to W. a first corner to Wm. Quimby; thence S. 60 1/2 W. 33.40 ch to
X a stone corner in the west margin of the Paris and Ruddell Mills thence N. 3 1/2 E. 19.88 ch to Y a stake in the
west margin of said Turnpike, a corner to S. B. M. Bedfore; thence 56. E. 22.39 ch A a post corner to said Bedford,
thence with his line N. 29 1/4 W. 2.25 ch to B a post corner to Emma J. Redmon; thence N. 7 61 3/8 E 28.85 ch to 3,
a stone corner to No 2; thence S 53 1/4 E 34.26 ch to the beginning containing one hundred and thirty-five (135)
acres.

To have and to hold the same with the appurtenances thereon to the said party of the second part live heirs and


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assigns forever (said Emma S. Fisher hereby granting her undivided one-third interest for life in same and the said
Neville C. Fisher hereby granting him undivided one-half interest in fee subject to said life estate with covenant of
general warranty.

In testimony whereof witness our signatures this 30th day of April 1903.

 Emma S. Fisher
 Neville C. Fisher
 Eva F. Fisher

State of Kentucky, Bourbon County

I, Ed D. Paton, clerk of the Bourbon County Court, Ky., do certify that the foregoing deed was on the 2nd day of
May 1903 produced to me in said County and acknowledged and delivered by Emma S. Fisher, Neville C. Fisher
and Eva F. Fisher, his wife, to be their act and deed, and said deed and this certificate have been duly rendered in my
office given under my hand this 2nd day of May 1903.

 Ed D. Paton, Clerk
 By Pearce Paton, D. C.

W. H. Fisher Heirs
to
Emma S. Fisher 146.27 A. Div. Land

This indenture made and entered into this 30th day of April 1903, by and between W. P. Fisher and Nannie R. Fisher
his wife, and Neville C. Fisher and Eva Finnell Fisher, his wife, parties of the first part, and Emma S. Fisher, party
of the second part, Witnesseth. That whereas W. H. Fisher died on the 3rd day of February 1903, a resident of
Bourbon County and testate; and whereas by proper orders of the Bourbon County court his last will and testament
was duly admitted to probate and recorded in Will Book U, page 110, in this office of the Clerk of the Bourbon
County Court; and whereas said W. H. Fisher by his last will and testament, after providing for the payment of his
debts and funeral and testamentary expenses, did by section 6 of said Will provide as follows: "I give, desire, and
bequeath all the rest and residue of my real estate and personal estate of whatever kind and description to my wife
and to those who shall be my heirs living at my death, in the same proportions and subject to the same rulesthat they
would take it under the law of the State of Kentucky had I died intestate and whereas the said testator owned at the
time of his death a tract of land situated in Bourbon Count, KY. on the water of Flat-Run Creek containing four
hundred and twenty-seven and 54/100 acres (427.54 and acre) of land and whereas the said Emma S. Fisher, widow
of W. H. Fisher, dec'd and Neville C. Fisher and W. P. Fisher are the only heirs at-law of said W. H. Fisher, dec'd
living at his death, and whereas the above mentioned tract of 427.54 acres of land passed to them by virtue of the
said will in the following proportions: One-third thereof to Emma S. Fisher for and during her natural life and an
undivided one-half interest in same subject to said life estate passes to Neville C. Fisher and W. P. Fisher each and
whereas said widow and heirs have agreed upon a division of said lands, and a severance of their respective interest
in same. Now in consideration of the premises and of the conveyances this day made by W. P. Fisher and wife to
Emma S. Fisher, and by W. P. Fisher and wife to Neville C. Fisher, the said parties of the first part do hereby sell,
grant and convey to the said party of the second part, for and during her natural life the following described property
being Lot 3 on the plate of the lands of the late W. H. Fisher deceased filed with the deed from Emma S. Fisher and
Neville C. Fisher to W. P. Fisher and recorded in the office of the clerk of Bourbon County Court in Deed Book 87,
page 38 and bounded as follows: Beginning at 2, a stone corner to No. 1, on said plate; thence S. 37 3/8 W 38.6 ch.
to S. a stone corner to Wm. Redmon and Horace Miller thence S. 52 E. 21.14 ch. to R a corner to said Miller; thence
N. 50 1/2 E. 8.05 ch. to Q a stone corner to same; thence N. 38 1/4 E. 40.82 ch. to P a stone corner to same and John
Tamme (?) thence N 50 W 14.32 ch. to O a stone corner to said Tamme; thence N 56 W 5.75 chains to N a stone
corner to same; thence N. 1 E 2.81 ch. to M a stone corner to same thence N. 89 E 11.95 ch. to L a stone corner to
same; thence N 1/2 W 17.2 ch. to 1 a stone corner to No. 2 in Wm. James' line thence with the line of No. 2 S. 59
3/8 W 36.02 ch. to Z a stone corner in the line of No. 1 thence with the line of No. 1 S. 50 1/4 E. 13 ch. to the
beginning containing 146.27 acres to have and to hold the same with the appurtenances thereon to the said party of


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the second party for and during her natural life with convenant of general warranty. In testimony whereof
witnesses in signature this 30th day of April 1903. W. P. Fisher Nannie R. Fisher Neville C. Fisher Eva F. Fisher
State of Kentucky, Bourbon County. I, Ed D. Paton, clerk of the Bourbon County Court Kentucky do certify that the
foregoing deed was on the 2nd day of May 1903 produced to me in said court and acknowledged and delivered by
W. P. Fisher and Nannie R. Fisher his wife and Neviille C. Fisher and Eva F. Fisher his wife to be their act and deed
and said deed and their certificate have been duly recorded in my office. Given under my hand this 2nd day of May
1903. Ed D. Paton, Clerk by Pearce Paton, D. C.

Deed Book 87 page 40 - 43 W.H. Fisher Heirs to Neville Fisher deed 146.27 A. Div. Land W. P. Fisher to Neville
C. & Emma S. Fisher 135 A. Div. Land Similar to above.

WILLIAM's will was probated in Bourbon Co. Ky., 10/22/1904. April 4 1903

W. H. Fisher's Heirs to Henrietta Ewalt and Letitia Hedges (H. & L. Paid $6,000.00) This indenture made the 4th
day of April 1903, between Emma S. Fisher, Executrix, Trustee and Designee under this will of the last W. H.
Fisher deceased, and W. P. Fisher and Neville C. Fisher, designee under said will and Nannie R. Fisher, wife of W.
P. Fisher and Eva Finnell Fisher wife of Neville C. Fisher, parties of the first part and Mrs. Henrietta Ewalt and Miss
Letitia Clay Hedges, parties of the second part.

Whereas W. H. Fisher, late of Paris, Bourbon County, Ky., deceased, by his last will dated the 3rd day of January
1900, and recorded in the Bourbon County Clerk's Office in Will Book U. page 110, devised the real estate hereafter
described unto the said Emma S. Fisher, her hiers and assigns, upon trust to sell and dispose of same by public
auction or private contract, and out of the proceeds of such sale to pay all testator's debts, funeral and testamentary
expenses, and whereas the said parties of the second part are purchasers thereof at public sale, now, this indenture
witnesseth, that in consideration of the sum of six thousand dollars ($6000) paid by the parties of the second part to
the said Emma S. Fisher as Executrix and Trustee aforesaid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, said
parties of the first part do hereby give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said parties of the second part their
heirs and assigns forever the following described real estate, located on Duncan Avenue in Paris, Bourbon County
KY Viz: Beginning at the southwest corner of Mary B. Owen's (now Mrs. Rudolph Davis) lot and running thence
with her line 199 feet and 6 inches to the line of the property of C. S. Brent & Bros. (Formerly O. A. Gilman):
thence with said line 58 feet and 7 inches to the line of Mrs. Jennie Ashbrook; thence with her line running toward
Duncan Avenue about 207 feet, more or less, to a point in Duncan Avenue thence with Duncan Avenue 65 feet to
the beginning being the same conveyed to said W. H. Fisher by T. Earl Ashbrook and Jennie W. Ashbrook by deed
of record in the Bourbon county Clerk's Office in deed book 74, page 292.

To have and to hold unto said Mrs. Henrietta Ewalt, her heirs and assigns in undivided two-thirds (2/3) interest, and
unto the said Mrs. Letitia Clay Hedges her heirs and assigns forever an undivided one-third (1/3) interest therein,
with the appurtenances thereon, and said parties of the first part do hereby convenant that they will generally warrant
this title to the property hereby conveyed.

In witness whereof the said Emma S. Fisher as Executrix and their wives Nannie R. Fisher and Eva Finnell Fisher,
have hereunto set their hands this 4th day of April 1903.

    Emma S. Fisher, Exx., Trustee and Designee of          W. H. Fisher, dec'd       Wm. P. Fisher        Neville C.
Fisher    Nannie R. Fisher        Eva F. Fisher

State of Kentucky, Bourbon County, Sct. I, Ed D. Paton, Clerk of the Bourbon County Court, Ky., do certify that on
the 2nd day of May 1903 the foregoing deed was produced to me in said county and acknowledged and delivered by
Emma S. Fisher, Exx., Trustee and Desiree of W. H. Fisher, dec'd., W. P. Fisher and Nannie R. Fisher, his wife,
Neville C. Fisher and Eva F. Fisher his wife to be their act and deed. Given under my hand this 2nd day of May
1903.

      Ed. D. Paton, Clerk        by Pearce Paton, D.C.



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State of Kentucky, Bourbon County, Sct:

I, Ed D. Paton, Clerk of the Bourbon County Court, do certify that the foregoing deed was on the 2nd day of April
1903 lodged in my office for record, and that it has been duly recorded in my said office together with this and the
certificate thereon endorsed.

Given under my hand this 2nd day of May 1903.Ed. D. Paton, Clerk

Henrietta Ewalt sold this house to Sallie Hedges Oct. 22 1904. The house is listed in a book called the Historic
Architecture of Bourbon Co. Ky. by Walter Langsam on page 268 (130 Duncan Ave).

Henrietta Ewalt & Co. to Sallie Bedford Hedges (H & L Paris $6500) This deed made and entered into this
October 22nd 1904 by and between Henrietta Ewalt (widow) and Letitia Hedges (unmarried) parties of the first part
and Mrs. Sallie Bedford Hedges party of the second part. Witnesseth: First parties for and in consideration of
sixty-five hundred dollars ($6500) cash in hand paid, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, have bargained and
sold and hereby grant and convey unto second party, a certain house and lot located in Paris, Ky., on Duncan
Avenue, described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of Mary B. Owens now Mrs. Rudolph Davis' line,
thence with her line199 feet and 6 inches to the line of the lot of C. S. Brent & Bros. formerly Gilman, thence with
their line 58 feet 7 inches to the lot of Mrs. Jennie Ashbrook, now J. M. Hall, thence with his line 207 feet, more or
less to Duncan Avenue, thence with Duncan Avenue 65 feet to the beginning and being the same property conveyed
to the first parties by W. H. Fisher's devises, by deed of record in the office of the Clerk of the Bourbon County
Court, deed book 87 page 44, to which deed reference is made as part hereof.

To have and to hold the property aforesaid with all of the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto second party, her
heirs and assigns forever, and first parties convenant that they are seized of an estate in fee sumfile in and to said
property and able to convey the same, that there are no heirs or encumbrances thereon and they further convenant
that they will warrant generally the property hereby conveyed.

Witness the hands of the parties the day and year first above written.

       Henrietta Hedges Ewalt         Letitia Hedges

State of Kentucky: County of Bourbon:

I, Ed. D. Paton, County Clerk of Bourbon County do certify that the foregoing deed of conveyance from Henrietta
Ewalt S & C to Sallie Bedford Hedges was this day in said county and state produced before me by Mrs. Henrietta
Ewalt (widow) one of the grantors and acknowledged by her to be her act and deed, all of which is certified to the
clerk of the Bourbon County Court for record.

Given under my hand this October 25, 1904.          Ed. D. Paton, Clerk

They had the following children:
      67          i.      William Peck (1867-1934)
                 ii.      Nebilla.
      68        iii.      Nevill Charles (1876-1944)




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                                              18th Generation
                              _________________________________________
                  Family of Nancy “Nannie” DUDLEY (55) & Joseph Birch McCLINTOCK


63. Henrietta Clay “Etta” McCLINTOCK. Born on October 30, 1873 in Kentucky. Henrietta Clay “Etta” died on
May 20, 1924; she was 50. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

Henrietta Clay “Etta” married Benjamin Franklin BEDFORD Jr., son of Benjamin Franklin BEDFORD Sr.
(1830-1897) & Elizabeth Quisenberry “Bettie” EVANS (1837-1925). Born on August 19, 1869 in Bourbon County,
Kentucky. Benjamin Franklin died in Louisville, Kentucky on August 17, 1930; he was 60. Buried in Paris
Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky. Was on the census for Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1910.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Infant. Infant died in 1910. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
                 ii.      Benjamin Franklin. Born on April 15, 1912. Resided in Atlanta, Georgia in 1967.
                iii.      Henrietta Clay. Born on May 4, 1916 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Resided in
                          Charlotte, North Carolina in 1944.
                          On December 12, 1943 when Henrietta Clay was 27, she married Alexander Mitchell
                          JOHNSON.

64. Mary “Mayme” McCLINTOCK. Born in 1876. Mary “Mayme” died in Shelbyville, Kentucky on February
27, 1967; she was 91.

Mary “Mayme” married Dr. Frank LAPSLEY. Born about 1866. Frank died in Kentucky on December 1, 1954; he
was 88.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Josephine. Born on April 4, 1907. Josephine died in October 1989; she was 82.
                 ii.      James Harvey. Born on July 16, 1910. James Harvey died on February 7, 1978; he was
                          67.
                          James Harvey married Lou Russell CARR. Resided in Shelbyville, Kentucky in 1996.


                   Family of James Ambrose DUDLEY (56) & Elizabeth “Lizzie” KENNY


65. Dr. William Kenny DUDLEY. Born on October 12, 1878 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Kenny died
in Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 17, 1959; he was 80. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

On May 19, 1908 when William Kenny was 29, he married Hattie Hill MANN, daughter of Judge Russell MANN
(1839-1912) & Kate Butler HUTCHCRAFT (1848-1933), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in February 1884.
Hattie Hill died on July 19, 1972; she was 88. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Frances Hedges. Born in 1909. Frances Hedges died in 1933; she was 24.
                          Frances Hedges married William O. KENTON. Born about 1913 in Paris, Bourbon
                          County, Kentucky. William O. died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on December
                          11, 1978; he was 65.
                 ii.      William Kenney. Born in 1910 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Kenney
                          died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on April 23, 1993; he was 83. Buried in Paris
                          Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.




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                         Family of Susie McCANN (58) & Benjamin Talbott HUME


66. Benjamin Talbott HUME Jr. Born in 1876 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. Benjamin Talbott died in
Delray Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida on December 15, 1961; he was 85. Buried in Lexington, Fayette County,
Kentucky.

Benjamin Talbott married Maria RIKER, daughter of Lafon RIKER & Martina MILLER. Born about 1892 in
Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky. Maria died in Delray Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida on March 13,
1965; she was 73. Buried in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Martha Riker.
                          Martha Riker married William B. WORTH.
      69         ii.      Martina Miller


                        Family of Emma Stephens PECK (62) & William H. FISHER


67. William Peck FISHER. Born on December 21, 1867 in Sharpsburg, Kentucky. William Peck died in Paris,
Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 18, 1934; he was 66. Buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.

WILLIAM's occupation: farmer Lawton, Oklahoma. He grew peanuts, nectarines, and other vegetables.

 WILLIAM's occupation: Owner Fisher Transfer Co. Paris, Ky., 1917. 606 Main street. Heavy Hauling of all
Kinds.

He resided Paris, Ky. 1917, 135 Pine Crest Ave. He resided Paris, Ky. 1926, 244 Mt. Airy Ave.

His body was interred 6/23/1934 Paris, Ky., Paris Cemetry. He was buried on a Wednesday at 3:30. The Rev. J.W.
Clotfelter of the First Presbyterian Church officated.

On September 8, 1888 when William Peck was 20, he first married Nannie Rachel BUTLER, daughter of Henry A.
BUTLER (1826-1897) & Sarah C. CANADAY (KENNEDY) (1846-1926). Born on March 31, 1869. Nannie
Rachel died in 1908; she was 38.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Emily Brooks. Born on August 13, 1889. Emily Brooks died on February 25, 1890.
                 ii.      Julian Hartwell. Born on March 26, 1891 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Julian
                          Hartwell died in Youngstown, Ohio on October 16, 1916; he was 25. Buried on October
                          19, 1916 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky--Paris Cemetery.
                iii.      Owen Dudly. Born on December 4, 1895 in Ruddell’s Mills, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          Owen Dudly died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 30, 1972; he was
                          76. Served Indiana World War I.
                          Notes on Owen Fisher: [5]
                          OWEN served in the military. World War I CPL57 SVC CO SIGC
                              Land inherited from H. A. Butler is sold. Feb.19 1927

                            Owen D. Fisher, & Co. to R. P. Hopkins 58.45 A. $ 5961.90

                            THIS DEED, made and entered into this February 19th, 1927, by and between Owen
                         D. Fisher and his wife, Mamie Fisher; Henry Peck Fisher and his wife, Katherine Fisher;



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Nannie Bell Determan and her husband, Alfred Determan; Willie Flynn and her husband,
George Flynn; Louise Fisher Florence, widow; W. P. Fisher and his wife, Lillian Fisher,
parties of the first part, and R. P. Hopkins, part of the second part,

    WITNESSETH: For and in consideration of One Hundred and Two Dollars
($102.00) per acre, aggregating Five thousand Nine hundred and Sixty-one dollars and
ninety cents ($5961.90) Five-sixths of which, or $4968.25 in cash in hand paid receipt of
which is acknowledged, and the remaining one-sixth, being the share of Louise Fisher
Florence, is evidenced by the non-negotiable promissory note of second party payable to
her for $993.65 of even date herewith, due and payable January 3, 1928, with interest
from March 1, 1927, until paid, at the rate of 6% per annum, to secure the payment of
which a lien is retained on the property hereby conveyed, and the said note to be paid
upon the said Louise Fisher Florence, who is now under twenty-one years of age, but who
will be twenty-one years of age on the 2nd day of January, 1928, executing a conveyance
confirming this deed, after she becomes twenty-one years of age, the parties of the first
part have bargained and sold, and hereby grant and convey unto the part of the second
part a tract of 58.45 acres of land located in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and bounded and
described as follows:

    A certain tract of land situated in Bourbon County, Kentucky, bounded and described
as follows: Beginning in the center of the Paris & Flat Rock turnpike at M corner to No.
1; thence with the center of said turnpike S 73 1/4 E 2812 P. thence S 17 E 166.12 poles
to G, a stake in Steele's line; thence with Steele's line S 78 W 44.68 poles to H, a nail in a
walnut tree; thence N 15 l/2 W 80.40 poles to Q, a stake; thence with Dodge's line S 75
1/4 W 4.68 p. to a stake corner to No. 1; thence with three lines of No. 1, N 4 3/4 W
64.28 p. to O, a stake; thence S 85 1/4 W 3.48 p. to N., a stake; thence N 2 W 116.96 p. to
the beginning, containing 58.45 acres.

   The said lands were devised in remainder by Henry A. Butler by will of record in the
office of the Clerk of the Bourbon County Court in Will Book _ page_ , to the children
of his daughter, Nancy Butler Fisher, deceased, who left surviving her Owen D. Fisher, a
son; Peck Fisher, a son; Nannie Bell Determan, a daughter; Willie Flynn, a daughter;
Louise Fisher Florence, a daughter, and J. H. Fisher, a son, who subsequently died
leaving W. P. Fisher, his father as his only heir-at-law, and the first parties acquired said
lands as above indicated; and in the partition of the lands of the said Henry A. Butler in
the action above referred to in the Bourbon County Court, the tract of 58.45 acres hereby
conveyed was allotted to first parties and conveyed to them by deed of partition executed
by Special Commissioner of the Bourbon County Court. Said deed of partition has been
lodged for record in the office of the Clerk O. D. in the Bourbon County Court and will
be recorded in Deed Book 112, page 632.

   To have and to hold the property aforesaid with all of its appurtenances unto second
party, his heirs and assigns forever, with convenant of General Warranty.

   Witness the hand of the first parties the day and year first above written.

         Owen D. Fisher      Mamie Fisher      Henry Peck Fisher      Katherine
Fisher      Nannie Bell Determan      Alfred Determan       George Flynn      Willie
Flynn      Louise Fisher Florence     W. P. Fisher     Lillian Fisher

   State of Kentucky: County of Bourbon: Sct.

   I, Lillian Hough, a Notary Public in and for the State and County aforesaid, certify that
the foregoing deed from Owen D. Fisher and others to R. P. Hopkins, was this day
produced before me in this County and acknowledged and delivered by Owen D. Fisher
and his wife, Mamie Fisher; Henry Peck Fisher and his wife, Katherine Fisher; Nannie



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                        Bell Determan and her husband, Alfred Determan; Willie Flynn and her husband, George
                        Flynn, Louise Fisher Florence, widow; W. P. Fisher and his wife, Lillian Fisher, to be
                        their act and deed, and they and each of them consented that the same might be recorded.

                          Given under my hand and seal of office this the 24th. day of February, 1927. My
                        commission expires on the 7 day of January, 1930.

                          (SEAL)     Lillian Hough, Notary Public, Bourbon County, KY State of Kentucky:
                        County of Bourbon: Sct.

                           I, Pearce Paton, Clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid, certify that on this
                        day this Deed was received and lodged in my office for record, and that I have truly
                        recorded same, together with this and the certificate thereon endorsed, in my said office.

                           Witness my hand this 16th day of April, 1927

                                Pearce Paton      Clerk

                           In the margin:

                           The within mentioned notes due me having been long since paid, I hereby release the
                        lien retained to secure same, this October 28, 1933. ATT: Pearce Paton, CBCC Louise
                        Fisher Florence Louise Fisher

                        Owen Dudly first married Mattie B..

                        When Owen died Mattie meet Henry Peck at the funeral and they married soon after.
                        On September 23, 1926 when Owen Dudly was 30, he second married Mayme
                        FITZGERALD, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on September 23, 1885. Mayme
                        died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on March 1, 1970; she was 84.
               iv.      Henry Peck. Born on April 15, 1899 in Ruddell’s Mills, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                        Henry Peck died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on December 21, 1975; he was 76.
                        HENRY was listed as a member of a church Paris, Ky., 11/8/1914. First Presbyterian of
                        Paris
                            He resided in Paris, Ky. 40361 1974, 1533 High St.

                        On November 6, 1926 when Henry Peck was 27, he first married Katherine KENNEDY.
                        Born in 1897. Katherine died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 22, 1956; she
                        was 59.
                        Henry Peck second married Mattie B..

                        When Owen died Mattie meet Henry Peck at the funeral and they married soon after.
     70         v.      Willie Margaret (1905-)
               vi.      Louise Catherine. Born on January 2, 1907 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louise
                        Catherine died in 1937; she was 29.
                        Notes on Louise Fisher: [5]
                        She resided in Georgetown, Ky.. LOUISE's occupation: Grocery Store owner in
                        Georgetown, Ky. No children
                            LOUISE was listed as a member of a church Paris, Ky., 1/4/1920. First Presbyterian
                        of Paris

                        Louise Catherine married Delbert ROBEY.
     71       vii.      Nannie Belle (1902-1994)

On April 10, 1910 when William Peck was 42, he second married Juliet ERDMAN, in Fayette County, Kentucky.
[6] Born on August 7, 1886 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Juliet died circa 1964; she was 77.


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They had the following children:
                  i.      Mary Elizabeth. Born on January 24, 1911 in Lawton, Oklahoma.
                 ii.      Juliet Price. Born on August 31, 1912 in Fayette County, Kentucky.

On June 29, 1926 when William Peck was 58, he third married Lillian STRAWTHER, daughter of Elma DWELLY,
in Lexington, Kentucky, By J. W. Porter.

68. Nevill Charles FISHER. Born on April 3, 1876. Nevill Charles died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on
July 23, 1944; he was 68.

Nevill Charles first married Mable ROBBINS, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1884. Mable died in Paris,
Bourbon County, Kentucky on August 6, 1976; she was 92.

On October 5, 1898 when Nevill Charles was 22, he second married Eva Ruth FINNELL.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Emily Francis. Born on January 16, 1903.
                 ii.      James Benjamin. Born on April 2, 1905.




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                                             19th Generation
                              _________________________________________
                        Family of Benjamin Talbott HUME Jr. (66) & Maria RIKER


69. Martina Miller HUME.

Martina Miller married Robert D. SCIFRIES.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Catherine M.
                 ii.      Martha H.
                iii.      Martina R.


                      Family of William Peck FISHER (67) & Nannie Rachel BUTLER


70. Willie Margaret FISHER. Born on July 8, 1905 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Willie Margaret married George FLYNN.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Lillie Margaret
                 ii.      George William
                iii.      Biddy Ann

71. Nannie Belle FISHER. Born on June 1, 1902 in Ruddles Mills, Ky. Nannie Belle died on August 3, 1994; she
was 92.

NOTE--DO NOT LIST CHILDREN. ONLY MENTION THAT THEY HAD 4 CHILDREN AND LEAVE
IT AT THAT.--REF

On June 25, 1918 when Nannie Belle was 16, she married Alfred Charles Stevenson DETERMAN, son of Alois
DETERMAN (1861-1915) & Sophia Rose BAPPERT (1864-1922), in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born on May 5, 1897 in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Alfred Charles Stevenson died in Batavia, Ohio on January 21, 1975; he was 77. Buried on
January 24, 1975 in Batavia, Ohio.

Notes on Alfred Determan: [5]
POP was born Cincinnati, Ohio 5/5/1897. POP was the son of ALOIS DETERMAN and SOPHIA ROSE
BAPPERT . POP died 1/21/1975 Batavia, Ohio, at 77 years of age. He died of a Myvcardial Infarction caused by
Bronchogenis Carcinoma.(stroke and lung cancer)

His body was interred 1/24/1975 Batavia, Ohio, Batavia Cemetery.

NANCY was listed as a member of a church Paris, Ky., 11/8/1914. First Presbyterian of Paris

 She resided Paris, Ky. 1917, 135 Pine Crest Ave. NANCY's occupation: grocery and restaurant owner Cincinnati,
Ohio. She owned grocery stores and restaurants with her husband.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Anna Rachel (1936-)
                 ii.      Alfred William (1922-)


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iii.   Rose Marie Catherine (1925-)
iv.    Richard Peck (1924-1924)




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                                                   Sources
1. “Dudley and Allied Families,” author unknown. Copied from DUDLEY file at John Fox, Jr. Library, Paris,
Kentucky, June, 2000, by Robert E. Francis.
2. “The Birch Family History: Part 4, Descendants of Dr. Charles Birch of St. Kitts 1729-1768” by Dr. Bernherd
O’Neil, pp. 250-252.
3. Alan Dorschug Genealogy, dated May 20, 1999.
4. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, p. 463.
5. Fisher Genealogy, Alan Dorschug, iski1@aol.com, April 9, 2000
6. Alan Dorschug (Fisher Genealogy) places the marriage at April 27, 1910.




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                                            Index
BARKLEY
  Ann Maria                                 child of 57
  David Bennet ( - 1952)                    child of 57
  Susan                                     child of 57
  William Newton (1849 - 1908)              spouse of 57
  William Newton Jr. (1869 - )              child of 57
BASSETT
  Hattie Clay ( - 1874)                     spouse of 36
BEDFORD
  Archibald Coleman (1871 - 1871)           child of 51
  Benjamin Franklin Jr. (1869 - 1930)       spouse of 63
  Benjamin Franklin III (1912 - )           child of 63
  Henrietta Clay (1916 - )                  child of 63
  Henry C. (1833 - 1872)                    spouse of 51
  Henry Clay Jr. (1872 - 1873)              child of 51
  Infant ( - 1910)                          child of 63
  Ryland Dillard (1870 - )                  child of 51
BERKELEY
  Elizabeth (1400 - 1478)                   spouse of 2
BIRCH
  Mary Magdalene (1818 - 1909)              spouse of 35
BLANTON
  Catherine “Kitty”                         child of 24
  Harrison                                  spouse of 24
BLOUNT
  Constance (1380 - 1432)                   spouse of 1
BOGIE
  James S.                                  child of 61
  John A.                                   spouse of 61
  Mary Lou                                  child of 61
  William P.                                child of 61
BRECKENRIDGE
  Charles Henry (1884 - 1885)               child of 60
  Ethelbert L. D. (1875 - )                 child of 60
  Henry (1886 - )                           child of 60
  John Preston (1890 - )                    child of 60
  Major Joseph C. (1842 - 1926)             spouse of 60
  Joseph Cabell (1872 - 1898)               child of 60
  Louise D.                                 child of 60
  Lucian Scott (1878 - )                    child of 60
  Mabell (1877 - 1878)                      child of 60
  Margaret Scott Skillman (1889 - )         child of 60
  Mary Dudley (1869 - )                     child of 60
  Robert J.                                 child of 60
  Scott Dudley (1882 - )                    child of 60
BUTLER
  Nannie Rachel (1869 - 1908)               spouse of 67
CANTRELL
  Mattie                                    spouse of 46


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CARR
  Nannie                                       spouse of 49
  Thomas ( - 1863)                             spouse of 34
  Thomas Dudley                                child of 34
CARRE
  Bridget                                      spouse of 6
CARY
  Elizabeth                                    spouse of 10
CLAY
  Henrietta Povall (1803 - 1865)               spouse of 36
  Mary Ann (1824 - 1901)                       spouse of 36
CLIFFORD
  Matilda (1435 - 1491)                        spouse of 3
CUNNINGHAM
  Joseph P. ( - 1870)                          spouse of 54
  Mary Ann                                     child of 54
DENNIS
  Miss UNNAMED                                 spouse of 30
DETERMAN
  Alfred Charles Stevenson (1897 - 1975)       spouse of 71
  Alfred William (1922 - )                     child of 71
  Anna Rachel (1936 - )                        child of 71
  Richard Peck (1924 - 1924)                   child of 71
  Rose Marie Catherine (1925 - )               child of 71
DILLARD
  Almira (1833 - 1889)                         child of 32
  Annie                                        child of 49
  Annie Rebecca (1840 - 1866)                  50
  Florence                                     child of 49
  James Madison (1836 - 1886)                  49
  John (1830 - 1891)                           child of 32
  Laura Madison (1866 - 1882)                  child of 49
  Laura Virginia (1828 - 1848)                 child of 32
  Maria Louise “Lou” (1844 - 1875)             51
  Mary (~1891 - )                              child of 49
  Mary Ellis (1825 - )                         48
  Ryland (1838 - 1839)                         child of 32
  Rev. Ryland Thompson (1797 - )               spouse of 32
  William Dudley (1822 - 1889)                 child of 32
DUDLEY
  Abraham Ferguson (1805 - 1875)               35
  Alexander Hamilton (1807 - )                 30
  Alexander Hamilton (1848 - 1905)             46
  Almira (1811 - 1887)                         child of 18
  Ambrose (1750 - 1825)                        15
  Ambrose (1789 - 1876)                        23
  Ambrose Ferguson (1803 - 1888)               33
  Ambrose James Milton (1806 - 1877)           29
  Ambrose W. (1798 - )                         31
  Ann (1795 - )                                child of 15
  Anna ( - 1898)                               child of 22
  Anna Maria (1838 - 1839)                     child of 29



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Anne (1727 - )                          14
Anne                                    child of 52
Benjamin (1815 - 1815)                  child of 19
Benjamin                                child of 30
Benjamin G. (1815 - )                   child of 17
Benjamin William (1835 - )              child of 23
Benjamin Winslow (1846 - 1892)          child of 40
Benjamin Winslow (1785 - 1870)          22
Betsy (1791 - )                         24
Charles (1849 - 1859)                   child of 40
Charles                                 child of 56
Charles Wilkins (1822 - 1882)           child of 22
Charlotte                               child of 23
Clarence Griffith (1903 - )             child of 46
Edward (~1602 - 1655)                   9
Edward                                  child of 20
Eldred S. (1876 - 1963)                 child of 56
Rev. Eldred Simkins (1811 - 1891)       36
Elizabeth M. (1809 - 1829)              child of 19
Dr. Ethelbert L. (1818 - 1862)          41
Fannie                                  child of 30
Frances Hedges (1909 - 1933)            child of 65
Frank                                   child of 52
Franklin Griffith (1878 - 1932)         child of 46
George W.                               child of 23
Georgiana (1810 - )                     child of 17
Georgiana Ann                           child of 30
Gideon Cobb (1846 - 1878)               child of 29
Helen                                   child of 23
Helen Aurelia (1844 - 1845)             child of 29
Henrietta Rebecca (1844 - 1920)         child of 36
Henry Clay (1840 - 1862)                child of 36
Isham Talbott                           child of 31
James (~1650 - <1711)                   11
Gen. James (1777 - 1870)                19
James (1834 - 1882)                     53
James Ambrose (1836 - )                 child of 33
James Ambrose (1847 - 1920)             56
James G.                                child of 31
James Russell (1878 - 1894)             child of 53
James Washington (1807 - 1880)          child of 19
Jephthah (1815 - 1815)                  child of 19
Jepthah (1778 - )                       20
John                                    6
John (1781 - )                          child of 15
John J. (1817 - 1878)                   child of 19
Joyce                                   child of 13
June                                    child of 52
Katherine (1884 - )                     child of 56
Laeticia (1843 - 1862)                  child of 36
Louella “Nellie” (1851 - )              47
Louise                                  child of 23
Louise                                  child of 52
Louise Ludlow (1849 - 1911)             60


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Lucretia (1812 - 1892)              child of 19
Margaret                            child of 31
Margaret May (1876 - )              child of 46
Maria                               child of 31
Maria Louise (1827 - 1901)          38
Martha Thomas (1817 - 1821)         child of 19
Mary (1814 - 1881)                  child of 19
Mary                                child of 31
Mary                                child of 52
Mary D. (1852 - 1903)               59
Mary E. “Polly” (1838 - 1917)       54
Mary Eliza (1901 - )                child of 46
Mary Elizabeth (1831 - )            child of 33
Mary Harpending (1835 - 1912)       44
Mary Parrish (1803 - )              child of 17
Maurice J. (1825 - )                child of 19
May                                 child of 56
Milton Baird (1855 - )              child of 29
Nancy Ferguson (1804 - 1874)        34
Nancy “Nannie” (1842 - 1922)        55
Nannie (1876 - 1876)                child of 53
Pamela Ann (1801 - 1874)            32
Parker (1794 - 1853)                26
Paulina (1840 - )                   45
Pauline (1801 - 1834)               28
Major Peter                         child of 13
Peter (1787 - 1869)                 child of 15
Polly (1783 - )                     21
Richard M. (1838 - 1893)            52
Richard (Sutton) ( - 1593)          5
Sir Robert ( - 1613)                7
Robert                              8
Robert (1726 - 1766)                child of 13
Robert (1726 - 1767)                13
Robert (1774 - 1841)                17
Robert Ambrose (1886 - )            child of 46
Robert Asbury (1842 - 1843)         child of 29
Rose                                child of 52
Sarah Ballow (1818 - 1845)          child of 17
Sarah Elizabeth (1838 - )           39
Semira E. (1832 - )                 child of 33
Simeon (1797 - )                    child of 15
Susan (1798 - 1834)                 child of 17
Susan Thomas (1826 - )              37
Theodore                            child of 31
Thomas (1829 - 1873)                child of 26
Thomas Hayes (1868 - )              child of 53
Thomas P.                           child of 23
Thomas P. (1841 - 1891)             child of 25
Thomas P. (1834 - )                 child of 33
Thomas Parker (1792 - 1886)         25
Virginia G. (1844 - 1887)           child of 35
Walter                              child of 30
William (1621 - 1677)               10


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  William (1696 - 1760)                   12
  William (1743 - 1813)                   child of 13
  William Ambrose (1824 - 1870)           40
  William Ambrose Jr. (1851 - 1852)       child of 40
  William Eylett (1775 - 1851)            18
  William Kenney Jr. (1910 - 1993)        child of 65
  Dr. William Kenny (1878 - 1959)         65
  William McGehee (1884 - 1938)           child of 46
  William T.                              child of 31
ERDMAN
  Juliet (1886 - ca1964)                  spouse of 67
FERGUSON
  Mary                                    child of 39
  Noah (1823 - )                          spouse of 39
  Polly (1782 - 1823)                     spouse of 19
FINNELL
  Eva Ruth                                spouse of 68
FISHER
  Emily Brooks (1889 - 1890)              child of 67
  Emily Francis (1903 - )                 child of 68
  Henry Peck (1899 - 1975)                child of 67
  James Benjamin (1905 - )                child of 68
  Julian Hartwell (1891 - 1916)           child of 67
  Juliet Price (1912 - )                  child of 67
  Louise Catherine (1907 - 1937)          child of 67
  Mary Elizabeth (1911 - )                child of 67
  Nannie Belle (1902 - 1994)              71
  Nebilla                                 child of 62
  Nevill Charles (1876 - 1944)            68
  Owen Dudly (1895 - 1972)                child of 67
  William H. (1829 - 1903)                spouse of 62
  William Peck (1867 - 1934)              67
  Willie Margaret (1905 - )               70
FLEET
  Ann (1669 - 1721)                       spouse of 11
FLYNN
  Biddy Ann                               child of 70
  George                                  spouse of 70
  George William                          child of 70
  Lillie Margaret                         child of 70
GALE
  Joyce                                   spouse of 13
GOODLOE
  Mourning Shelton (1800 - 1865)          spouse of 19
GRAVES
  Ambrose                                 child of 21
  Major Benjamin Franklin (1771 - )       spouse of 21
  Elizabeth                               child of 21
  Fanny                                   child of 21
  Lucian                                  child of 21
  Marion                                  child of 21
  Nancy                                   child of 21



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GREEN
  UNNAMED                                  spouse of 8
GRIFFITH
  Viginia Louella (1854 - 1894)            spouse of 46
HARPENDING
  Ann Eliza (1819 - 1884)                  spouse of 29
HAWKINS
  Mary Jane Rigg (1824 - 1901)             spouse of 40
HAYES
  Sarah (1836 - 1924)                      spouse of 53
HINTON
  Mary                                     spouse of 52
HUME
  Benjamin Talbott Jr. (1876 - 1961)       66
  Benjamin Talbott (1851 - 1935)           spouse of 58
  Daisy (1888 - 1978)                      child of 58
  Maria Dudley (1876 - 1977)               child of 58
  Martha (1879 - 1956)                     child of 58
  Martha Riker                             child of 66
  Martina Miller                           69
HUNT
  Annie (1866 - )                          child of 50
  Rev. George                              spouse of 50
JOHNSON
  Judith (1696 - )                         spouse of 12
KENNY
  Elizabeth “Lizzie” (1856 - 1926)         spouse of 56
KING
  Elizabeth (1740 - )                      spouse of 16
LANDER
  Alice Eastland (1876 - )                 child of 43
  Margaret (1834 - 1834)                   child of 28
  Minnie Rackerby (1861 - )                child of 43
  Nancy Parrish (1830 - 1904)              child of 28
  Paulina Georgina (1831 - 1914)           43
  Robert (1826 - 1895)                     child of 28
  William Jr. (1799 - 1834)                spouse of 28
  William Cass (1820 - 1905)               child of 28
  Wilson J. (1811 - 1879)                  spouse of 43
LAPSLEY
  Dr. Frank (~1866 - 1954)                 spouse of 64
  James Harvey (1910 - 1978)               child of 64
  Josephine (1907 - 1989)                  child of 64
LEWIS
  Elizabeth                                spouse of 20
  Sally (1776 - 1867)                      spouse of 20
LUDLOW
  Miss UNNAMED                             spouse of 23
MANN
  Hattie Hill (1884 - 1972)                spouse of 65
MARLOW


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  Emma                                      child of 45
  Molly                                     child of 45
  Walter D.                                 spouse of 45
  Walter D. Jr.                             child of 45
McCANN
  Joseph (1810 - 1878)                      spouse of 38
  Mary Robinson (1851 - 1916)               57
  Susie (1855 - 1931)                       58
McCLINTOCK
  Anna E. (1860 - 1870)                     child of 55
  Henrietta Clay “Etta” (1873 - 1924)       63
  J. Kirtley (1864 - 1870)                  child of 55
  Joseph Birch (1834 - 1891)                spouse of 55
  Mary “Mayme” (1876 - 1967)                64
  Nanny E. (1879 - 1962)                    child of 55
  Nellie R. (1883 - 1970)                   child of 55
McGEHEE
  Ann Elizabeth                             child of 44
  Carrie McGowan (1860 - )                  child of 44
  Charles Asbury (1873 - 1935)              child of 44
  Dudley (1869 - )                          child of 44
  Mary (1884 - 1885)                        child of 44
  Pauline (1863 - )                         child of 44
  William (1858 - )                         child of 44
  William C.                                spouse of 44
MILLER
  Clarissa Cluney                           spouse of 23
MOBERLY
  Nancy (1808 - 1844)                       spouse of 33
PARKER
  Ann (1755 - 1824)                         spouse of 15
PARRISH
  Nancy Ann (1779 - 1821)                   spouse of 17
PECK
  Arabella S. (1842 - 1867)                 61
  Elizabeth (1837 - 1910)                   child of 42
  Emma Stephens (1844 - 1923)               62
  Evermont E. (1838 - )                     child of 42
  John W. (1842 - )                         child of 42
  William (1805 - 1875)                     spouse of 42
PRATT
  Laura (1849 - )                           child of 48
  Lizzie (1856 - 1889)                      child of 48
  Mary Baldwin (1854 - )                    child of 48
  Ryland Dillard (1860 - )                  child of 48
  William Dudley (1851 - )                  child of 48
  Rev. William M.                           spouse of 48
PRITCHARD
  Elizabeth ( - 1691)                       spouse of 9
RIKER
  Maria (~1892 - 1965)                      spouse of 66
ROBBINS


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  Mable (1884 - 1976)            spouse of 68
RUSSELL
  Ann M. (1811 - 1867)           spouse of 35
  Caroline                       spouse of 25
SANFORD
  Dorothy                        spouse of 5
SCIFRIES
  Catherine M.                   child of 69
  Martha H.                      child of 69
  Martina R.                     child of 69
  Robert D.                      spouse of 69
SCOTT
  Mary (1817 - 1902)             spouse of 41
SHORT
  Anna Maria                     spouse of 22
  Charles                        spouse of 59
  Winslow                        child of 59
SMITH
  Polly (1775 - 1854)            spouse of 18
STEPHENS
  Benjamin (1785 - )             child of 16
  Charles (1779 - )              child of 16
  Henson (1763 - )               child of 16
  James (1765 - 1855)            child of 16
  John (1770 - 1810)             child of 16
  Joseph (1767 - )               27
  Joseph                         16
  Joseph Sr. (1705 - 1765)       spouse of 14
  Louisa (1813 - 1883)           42
  Nathaniel (1781 - )            child of 16
  Richard (1770 - )              child of 16
  Vinson (1772 - )               child of 16
  William (1783 - 1812)          child of 16
STRAWTHER
  Lillian                        spouse of 67
SUTTON
  Sir Edmund (1425 - 1483)       3
  Lord John (1400 - 1487)        2
  John (1380 - 1406)             1
  Thomas ( - 1530)               4
TALBOT
  Eliza Garrard                  spouse of 31
TAYLOR
  Ann                            spouse of 26
TEMPLEMAN
  James Milton                   child of 47
  John Dudley                    child of 47
  William                        spouse of 47
THOMPSON
  Elizabeth                      spouse of 52
THRELKELD


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  Grace                         spouse of 4
TROTTER
  Rebecca                       spouse of 20
WALLIS
  Daughter                      child of 37
  Thomas M.                     spouse of 37
WEAVER
  Elizabeth (1769 - 1856)       spouse of 27
WELCH
  Mary                          spouse of 11
WOOD
  Ann                           spouse of 7




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