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                                               First Generation
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1. William McCLELLAND. Born in 1742. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on November
12, 1812; he was 70. [1]

One of the original settlers of Millersburg.

McCLELLAND, WM.-D, 327-Wife, Martha; sons, Alexander, Elijah, Robert (the eldest), James, Elisha, son Wm's
heir, Patty Harris Mc.; daus., Jane, wife of Robt. Miller, Martha, wife of Joseph McKim; gd. dau., Patty Orr Mc.,
dau. of Jas. Nov. 10, 1812-Jan. 1813. Thos. Talbott, Wt. [2] Note: This is a guess--REF

about 1772 when William was 30, he married Martha MILLER, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Born in
1750. Martha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1826; she was 76.

They had the following children:
       2          i.      Robert (1773-1833)
       3         ii.      James (1775-1833)
       4        iii.      William (1777-1802)
       5        iv.       Jane (1780-1855)
                 v.       Elisha. Born in 1781 in Kentucky.
                          On July 21, 1813 when Elisha was 32, he married Sallie JAMES.
       6        vi.       Martha (1783-1853)




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                                              Second Generation
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                          Family of William McCLELLAND (1) & Martha MILLER


2. Robert McCLELLAND. Born in 1773 in Pennsylvania. Robert died in Calloway County, Missouri on
November 24, 1833; he was 60.

On January 3, 1799 when Robert was 26, he married Elizabeth AMMON, daughter of Rev. Thomas AMMON &
Elizabeth ANDERSON, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1774 in Louisa County, Virginia.
Elizabeth died in Calloway County, Missouri on August 6, 1831; she was 57.

They had the following children:
       7           i.     William Elisha (1800-1864)
       8          ii.     Thomas Ammon (1801-1864)
                iii.      James. Born in 1802 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James died in
                          Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky before 1803; he was 1.
       9         iv.      Elizabeth Ammon (1803-1881)
                  v.      Martha Miller. Born in 1805 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          On December 4, 1832 when Martha Miller was 27, she married Edmond RANDOLPH, in
                          Missouri.
                 vi.      James. Born in 1806 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James died after 1833;
                          he was 27.
                vii.      Robert. Born in 1808 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert died in
                          Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on May 16, 1809; he was 1.
      10       viii.      Elisha (1809-1859)
                 ix.      Robert Ammon. Born in 1811 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert
                          Ammon died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1813; he was 2.
                  x.      Joseph Ammon. Born in 1814 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

3. Col. James McCLELLAND. Born in 1775. James died on July 7, 1833; he was 58.

James first married .

They had one child:
      11         i.      Patsey O. E. (1792-)

about 1799 when James was 24, he second married Susannah AMMON. Born in 1775. Susannah died in 1811; she
was 36.

They had the following children:
      12          i.      Elizabeth (1800-)
      13         ii.      Juliana (1802-)
      14        iii.      Olivia (1804-)

about 1811 when James was 36, he third married Polly HUNT. Born in 1785. Polly died about 1826; she was 41.

They had the following children:
                  i.      James W. Born in 1813. James W. died on June 9, 1852; he was 39.
                          On April 28, 1834 when James W. was 21, he married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of
                          Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY.
                 ii.      Robert A. Born in 1817.
                iii.      Noah H. Born in 1818.



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      15       iv.       Mary Ann (1823-1859)

On December 11, 1827 when James was 52, he fourth married Sarah BRYAN.

4. William McCLELLAND Jr. Born in 1777 in Pennsylvania. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
Kentucky in 1802; he was 25.

On January 27, 1800 when William was 23, he married Mary “Polly” BAKER, daughter of Martin BAKER
(1740-1812) & Mary “Polly” KIMBROUGH (-1830), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1780.

They had one child:
      16         i.      Martha “Patsy” Harris (1801-1854)

5. Jane McCLELLAND. Born in 1780 in Pennsylvania. Jane died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in
1855; she was 75.

On January 9, 1800 when Jane was 20, she married Robert Eakin MILLER, son of Major John MILLER
(1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1780 in
Louisville, Kentucky. Robert Eakin died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 20, 1860; he was
80.

They had the following children:
                   i.     Adella. Adella died on December 1, 1838.
                          On October 16, 1833 Adella married Judge William NUNN, son of Ilai NUNN (1758-).
      17          ii.     Amanda N. (-<1859)
      18        iii.      Ann
      19         iv.      Evaline Jane
      20          v.      Horace (-1833)
      21         vi.      Martha “Patsy” (-<1859)
      22        vii.      Louisa Jane (->1870)
      23       viii.      Oscar James (1811-)

6. Martha McCLELLAND. Born in 1783 in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Martha died in May 1853;
she was 70.

On January 9, 1800 when Martha was 17, she married Joseph Alexander McKIM, in Millersburg, Boourbon County,
Kentucky. Born in 1773 in Loudon County, Virginia. Joseph Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on
August 17, 1849; he was 76.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Jane. Born in 1801.
                          Jane married McCLURE.
      24         ii.      Martha Lee (1803-1853)




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                                            Third Generation
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                        Family of Robert McCLELLAND (2) & Elizabeth AMMON


7. William Elisha McCLELLAND. Born on January 1, 1800 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William
Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 26, 1864; he was 64.

In 1821 when William Elisha was 20, he married Louisa Jane MILLER (22) , daughter of Robert Eakin MILLER
(1780-1860) & Jane McCLELLAND (5) (1780-1855), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in
Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
      25           i.     Robert Miller (1822-)
      26          ii.     Jane E. (1825->1904)
                iii.      Thomas. Born in 1825 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          On November 25, 1848 when Thomas was 23, he married Camelia Covington KNOX, in
                          Scott County, Kentucky.
      27         iv.      Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)
      28          v.      Adella (1837-)
                 vi.      Bettie. Born in 1840 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.
                vii.      William. Born in 1844 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
               viii.      Elisha. Born in 1846 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

8. Thomas Ammon McCLELLAND. Born in 1801 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Thomas Ammon died in
Missouri on October 25, 1864; he was 63.

On May 1, 1832 when Thomas Ammon was 31, he married Sarah ROBNETT, in Calloway County, Missouri. Born
in 1808.

They had the following children:
      29          i.      John R. (1833-1904)
      30         ii.      William (1835-1899)
                iii.      Rebecca Elizabeth. Born in 1838.
                          On October 24, 1853 when Rebecca Elizabeth was 15, she married John T. BAKER.
                          Born in 1830.
      31        iv.       Mary C. (1842-)
                 v.       George E. Born in 1848. George E. died before 1850; he was 2.

9. Elizabeth Ammon McCLELLAND. Born in 1803 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth
Ammon died on August 5, 1881; she was 78.

On May 17, 1827 when Elizabeth Ammon was 24, she married George W. MORRIS.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Joseph William. Born in 1828.
                          On January 25, 1854 when Joseph William was 26, he married Sarah BAKER. Born in
                          1830.
                 ii.      Sarah Thomas. Born in 1829. Sarah Thomas died on February 21, 1831; she was 2.
      32        iii.      Robert McClelland (1830-1914)
                iv.       Louisa E. Born in 1834. Louisa E. died on December 23, 1915; she was 81.
                          On June 28, 1854 when Louisa E. was 20, she married Jacob MADDOX.



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                v.        Martha Ann. Born in 1836. Martha Ann died in 1917; she was 81.
                          In 1854 when Martha Ann was 18, she first married William H. WOOLERY.
                          In 1883 when Martha Ann was 47, she second married John R. McCLELLAND.
      33        vi.       Elisha McClelland (1837-1913)
               vii.       Thomas Edward. Born in 1840.
      34      viii.       John James (1840-)

10. Elisha McCLELLAND. Born in 1809 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elisha died in Howard
County, Missouri on December 5, 1859; he was 50.

On March 20, 1834 when Elisha was 25, he married Elizabeth “Betsy” Ann WEST, daughter of Thomas WEST
(1788-1852) & Sarah BAKER (1794-1849), in Missouri. Born in 1810. [3]

They had the following children:
                   i.     Cassie A.
                          On November 23, 1870 Cassie A. married John Miller DEMASS.
                  ii.     R. W.
                iii.      Sarah E.
                          On December 19, 1860 Sarah E. married John Gilpin WISEMAN.
                 iv.      Elizabeth. Born in 1842. Elizabeth died on October 23, 1859; she was 17.
                          Elizabeth married B. RODMAN.
                  v.      Thomas A. Born in 1842.
                          Thomas A. first married Elizabeth ANGELL. Born in 1850.
                          Thomas A. second married Marie REAVES.
                          Thomas A. third married Mary NORTON.
                 vi.      Louisa A. Born in 1843. Louisa A. died on October 26, 1859; she was 16.
                vii.      Martha A. Born in 1846. Martha A. died in November 1859; she was 13.
               viii.      James H. Born in 1853. James H. died in November 1859; he was 6.


                           Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & UNNAMED


11. Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND. Born on November 17, 1792.

On May 22, 1814 when Patsey O. E. was 21, she married Joseph MILLER, son of Major John MILLER
(1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825). Born on January 17, 1788 in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
Kentucky. Joseph died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1853; he was 64.

They had the following children:
      35           i.     Elizabeth A. W. (1815-1886)
                  ii.     James A. Born in 1817 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James A. died in
                          1860; he was 43.
                iii.      Martha Jane McClelland. Born in 1836.
                          Martha Jane McClelland married John WARWICK.
                 iv.      John Morgan. Born in 1821 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John Morgan
                          died in 1865; he was 44.
                          On August 17, 1857 when John Morgan was 36, he married Rachael Rebecca
                          SHELMAN.
                  v.      Mary.
                 vi.      Hunt.
                vii.      Joseph Woodson. Born on December 26, 1835.
      36       viii.      Joseph William (1835-1887)




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                       Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & Susannah AMMON


12. Elizabeth McCLELLAND. Born in 1800.

Elizabeth married Warren WOODSON, in Boone County, Missouri.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Susan.
                 ii.      Olivia.

13. Juliana McCLELLAND. Born in 1802.

Juliana married Joseph TRIGG, in Boone County, Missouri.

They had one child:
                 i.       Juliana.

14. Olivia McCLELLAND. Born in 1804 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

In 1830 when Olivia was 26, she married John BENTLEY, in St. Louis, Missouri. Born in 1800.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Virginia. Born in 1831.
                 ii.      Martha. Born in 1834.
                iii.      James. Born in 1841.
                          In 1871 when James was 30, he married Sallie BUNHAM, in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


                           Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & Polly HUNT


15. Mary Ann McCLELLAND. Born in 1823. Mary Ann died on December 13, 1859; she was 36.

Mary Ann married Mitchell MILLER. Mitchell died on December 29, 1872.

They had the following children:
      37          i.      Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth (1849-1888)
                 ii.      Martha C. Born in 1849.
                iii.      John. Born in 1856.


                      Family of William McCLELLAND Jr. (4) & Mary “Polly” BAKER


16. Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND. Born on February 5, 1801. Martha “Patsy” Harris died on July 8,
1854; she was 53.

before January 1823 when Martha “Patsy” Harris was 21, she married Alexander MILLER, son of Major John
MILLER (1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825). Born on May 5, 1796 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 6, 1870; he was 73.

They had the following children:
                  i.      John.



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      38        ii.      James McClure (1823-1881)
               iii.      Mary McClure. Born in 1825.
      39       iv.       Robert Andrew (1827-)
                v.       Joseph Andrew. Born on February 19, 1831 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                         JOSEPH A. MILLER, [4] grocer; P. O. Millersburg; was born Feb. 19, 1831; he is the
                         youngest son of Alexander Miller, who was the youngest child of Major John Miller, the
                         founder of Millersburg; Alexander was the father of the following children: John, died in
                         the South in his young manhood; Wm. McClelland, James McClure, Mary McClure, died
                         in young womanhood; Robert A., Joseph A., Ann, also died in young womanhood;
                         Martha Harris, now a Mrs. Judge Wm. H. Savage, residing at Shackelford, Texas;.and
                         America J., now a Mrs. Alexander Butler. Onr subject, in his youth, received all the
                         advantages of education of his day, attending the Transylvania University two years, and
                         one year at the Kentucky Military Institute. In the Fall of 1861 he enlisted in the 9th Ky.
                         Cavalry, under Gen. Morgan, serving until the surrender. He was very enthusiastic in the
                         Southern cause, and took upon himself the perilous duty of furnishing supplies and
                         clothing for their troops, until a reward of $500 was offered for his body dead or alive; at
                         the time they made the search for him he enlisted in the service, and for a feat of bravery
                         upon the field, in rescuing a fallen comrade, he received a furlough home. He was
                         married Dec. 14, 1871, to Miss Sally M. Best, of Mason County (see hist. of Dr. Best).
                         They have no children, are members, of the M. E. Church South, and he one of the town
                         trustees, and a prominent merchant of the village, and a highly esteemed gentleman. His
                         father was born in 1796, and died at 74 years of age; he was twice married, the second
                         time to Ann C. Pelham, an aunt of Major Pelham's, who was distinguished in military
                         circles.

                         On December 14, 1871 when Joseph Andrew was 40, he married Sally M. BEST,
                         daughter of Isaac BEST (1840-) & Sallie BARBEE.
                vi.      Ann E. Born in 1832.
      40       vii.      Martha Harris (1842-)
      41      viii.      America Jane (1840-)
      42        ix.      William McClelland (1820-)


                       Family of Jane McCLELLAND (5) & Robert Eakin MILLER


17. Amanda N. MILLER. Amanda N. died before 1859.

Amanda N. married John W. MOUNTJOY.

They had one child:
                 i.      John W.

18. Ann MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Ann married Joseph William WALLACE.

They had one child:
                 i.      A. W.

19. Evaline Jane MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Evaline Jane married John A. MILLER. Born in 1815 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John A. died in
Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.




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They had the following children:
      43          i.      James Horace
      44         ii.      Robert A. Kendrick
      45        iii.      Jane “Jennie” Emily
      46        iv.       Oscar William
                 v.       Nannie Walton.
                vi.       Annie Tom.

20. Horace MILLER. Horace died in 1833.

On June 6, 1829 Horace married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY.

They had one child:
                 i.      Horace. Born on October 17, 1831 in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                         HORACE MILLER, [5] farmer and stock raiser; P. O. Paris; the owner and proprietor of
                         "New Forest," of which this volume contains a sketch; is a descendant of one of the early
                         pioneer families of this county--the only son of Horace Miller--who died of cholera in
                         1833. The mother of our subject was Caroline, who was a daughter of Benjamin and
                         Anna (Turney) Forsythe. Benjamin Forsythe emigrated to Kentucky from Virginia at an
                         early day, locating in Bourbon County, where he purchased large tracts of land in this,
                         and in Kenton and Champaign Counties, Ohio. Mr. Forsythe's half-sister, Miss
                         Timberlake, became the wife of Judge Trimble, of the Supreme Court of the United
                         States; one of his daughters, married Hon. Garrett Davis; the others married worthy
                         citizens of this State. Mr. Forsythe at his death left one son. and three daughters: his son,
                         Newton, was for several years an active busiuess man in this county, and finally located
                         in Jacksonville, Ill. He had a son named Benjamin, who graduated at West Point with
                         distinguished honor; he died at the commencement of the late war, with-the rank of
                         Captain, in the regular army. This branch of the family have become extinct, except the
                         wife of Newton, and a grandchild, now residing in Chicago. His daughter, Susan, married
                         Gov. James Clark, by whom she had several children, among whom was Judith, who
                         became the wife of General Bright, of Fayetteville, Tenn. He was for several years
                         member of Congress, before and since the late war. His son, Robert Clark, is now District
                         Judge in California. Gov. Clark married the second time; his step-daughter, Miss
                         Thornton, is the wife of Senator James Beck. His daughter, Mrs. Charlotte (Forsythe)
                         Buckner, now a resident of Winchester, Ky., is the mother of Benjamin Forsythe
                         Buckner. The remaining members of that family, are Dr. Garrett Davis Buckner, of
                         Lexington, and David Turney Buckner, of Winchester. Horace Miller, whose name heads
                         this sketch, was the only son of his parents; he was born Oct. 17, 1831, in Millersburg
                         Precinct; his paternal grandfather was Robert E. Miller, an early settler in this county, and
                         a large land and slave owner; our subject was educated at Bethany College, under the
                         tutorship of Alexander Campbell; Jan. 8, 1852, he married Miss Susan Bonaparte Dorsey,
                         a native of New Orleans; since the age of twelve he has been identified with the Christian
                         Church, of which he is one of the official members; in politics, democratic, and is one of
                         the Curators of the University at Lexington; since 1863 he has been a resident of Paris
                         Precinct, and engaged in farming and stock-raising, dealing in shorthorn cattle and
                         Cotswold sheep; for several years he dealt quite largely in mules, his operations
                         extending throu(rh this and several of the adjoining States; his residence is called "New
                         Forest;" its location is 21 miles from Paris, on the Maysville and Lexington Pike. The
                         Maysville and Lexington R. R. runs within 200 yards of his yard gate, where there is a
                         station named "New Forest," in honor of the farm, which contains 610 acres of choice
                         land, handsomely located, and nearly in a square, in plain sight of Paris, and two railroads
                         entering the same. The farm is watered by ponds and never failing springs, has plenty of
                         timber of the best quality; there are two orchards on the farm; both contain the best
                         varieties of fruit, cherries, plums, apricots, etc., also a fine vineyard. The residence is a
                         large two-story brick, with basement of nine rooms; above contains eight large rooms,
                         besides halls, attics, and double porches on the rear; has a double parlor with folding


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                         doors; the wood work is of solid cherry, all of which was grown on the farm; the yard
                         contains about ten acres, filled with evergreen and forest trees of all kinds; its long
                         winding avenues and drives are lined with trees and shrubs, forming a compact arbor
                         overhead, giving the place a picturesque and romantic appearance.

                         On January 8, 1852 when Horace was 20, he married Susan Bonaparte DORSEY. Born in
                         New Orleans, Louisiana.

21. Martha “Patsy” MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha “Patsy” died before 1859.

Martha “Patsy” married William Frazier BAKER, son of Thomas BAKER (1769-1840) & Rachel MILLER
(1778-1849). Born in 1797 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Frazier died before 1859; he was
62.

Though it is not yet proven, I believe William Frazier Baker is the same as “William F. Baker” of Kay Withers
“Baker” Genealogy. She lists a “William F. Baker, son of Thomas Baker and Rachel Miller, m. Martha Miller.”
Until otherwise disproven, I will maintain this family link.--REF

They had the following children:
      47          i.      Jane (1830-)
      48         ii.      Jo Ann (1830-)
      49        iii.      Miller
                iv.       Robert.
      50         v.       James Horatio

22. Louisa Jane MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in
Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

In 1821 Louisa Jane married William Elisha McCLELLAND (7) , son of Robert McCLELLAND (2) (1773-1833) &
Elizabeth AMMON (1774-1831), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on January 1, 1800 in
Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on June
26, 1864; he was 64.

They had the following children:
      25           i.     Robert Miller (1822-)
      26          ii.     Jane E. (1825->1904)
                iii.      Thomas. Born in 1825 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          On November 25, 1848 when Thomas was 23, he married Camelia Covington KNOX, in
                          Scott County, Kentucky.
      27         iv.      Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)
      28          v.      Adella (1837-)
                 vi.      Bettie. Born in 1840 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.
                vii.      William. Born in 1844 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
               viii.      Elisha. Born in 1846 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

23. Oscar James MILLER. Born in 1811 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On August 2, 1832 when Oscar James was 21, he married Nancy NESBIT, daughter of Joseph McClintock NESBIT
(~1780-1832) & Mary “Polly” AMMON. Born in 1816 in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Nancy died in
1879; she was 63.

They had one child:
      51         i.      Horace (1833-1912)



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                     Family of Martha McCLELLAND (6) & Joseph Alexander McKIM


24. Martha Lee McKIM. Born in 1803. Martha Lee died in 1853; she was 50.

On October 4, 1821 when Martha Lee was 18, she married William HOLLADAY. Born in 1800. William died in
1851; he was 51.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Fannie E. Born in 1824. Fannie E. died in 1825; she was 1.
      52         ii.      Joseph Samuel (1826-1915)




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                                               Fourth Generation
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                  Family of William Elisha McCLELLAND (7) & Louisa Jane MILLER (22)


25. Robert Miller McCLELLAND. Born on September 6, 1822 in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County,
Kentucky.

ROBERT MILLER McCLELLAND, [6] farmer; P. O. Millersburg; proprietor of Silver Spring Farm; was born
Sept. 6, 1822. His father was William McClelland, born .Jan. 1, 1800; died June 26, 1864; was the eldest son of
Robert McClelland, who was a son of William McClelland, one of the original settlers of Millersburg. Robert was
brought when a child to Kentucky ; married his cousin, Louisa Miller, daughter of Robert Miller, the eldest child of
John Miller, the founder of of Millersburg. Robert Miller, born in 1780, is said to be the first male child born in the
State. Mr. McClelland is the eldest of a large family; his father also, the first of a large family, by Robert
McClelland. He received a very limited education, being started out by his father at thirteen years of age in the
business of trading, which he followed for eighteen years, driving stock of all kinds to South Carolina and Georgia.
May 22, 1849, he was married to Miss Frances Suggett, a native of Scott County, and daughter of Louis and Frances
(Cason) Suggett, who were from Virginia, but among the earliest and most prominent families of Scott County. By
this marriage he had two children, both of whom died in infancy; the mother died June 9, 1859, in Missouri, where
he had moved in the fall of 1858. In August after the death of his wife, he returned to Kentucky, and November 5,
1861, was married to Fanny Taylor, daughter of Stark and Elizabeth (McClane) Taylor, the parents of whom were
among the early settlers of Fayette County, from Virginia. Mr. McClelland, by this marriage, had nine children,
eight of whom are living; they are: Fatie, born Sept. 18, 1862; Claude, Jan. 28, 1864; Alice, Feb. 8, 1866; Julia, Dec.
22, 1867; Elisha, Dec. 20, 1868; Fannie, Feb. 11, 1871; Robert, Sept. 1, 1872, died March 10, 1874; Beautie, June 5,
1875; infant, July 15, 1880. Mr. McClelland is engaged in a general agriculture and stock raising; is a member of the
Baptist Church, in which he has hold the office of Church Clerk for twenty years; is a liberal giver of his means to
the support of schools and churches, meriting the respect which he has of the people of his community.

On May 22, 1849 when Robert Miller was 26, he first married Frances SUGGETT, daughter of Louis SUGGETT &
Frances CASON. Born in Scott County, Kentucky. Frances died on June 9, 1859 in Missouri.

On November 5, 1861 when Robert Miller was 39, he second married Fannie TAYLOR, daughter of Stark
TAYLOR & Elizabeth McCLANE.

They had the following children:
                   i.     Fatie. Born on September 18, 1862.
                  ii.     Claude. Born on January 28, 1864.
                iii.      Alice. Born on February 8, 1866.
                 iv.      Julia. Born on December 22, 1867. [7]
                  v.      Elisha. Born on December 20, 1868.
                 vi.      Fannie. Born on February 11, 1871.
                vii.      Robert. Born on September 1, 1872. Robert died on March 10, 1874; he was 1.
               viii.      Beautie (Beauty) Jane. Born on June 5, 1875.

26. Jane E. McCLELLAND. [1] Born in 1825 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Jane E. died in St.
Louis, Missouri after 1904; she was 79.

On February 4, 1847 when Jane E. was 22, she married John Clark MILLER, son of William MILLER (1789-1847)
& Margaret McCLINTOCK, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1826 in Millersburg, Bourbon
County, Kentucky. John Clark died in St. Louis, Missouri in December 1864; he was 38.

They had one child:
      53         i.        William McClelland (1850-)


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27. Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND. Born in 1832 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha
Ann Randolph died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio on December 28, 1907; she was 75.

On September 23, 1852 when Martha Ann Randolph was 20, she married William Henry Harrison PIPER, in
Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1831 in Carlisle, Nicholas County, Kentucky. William Henry
Harrison died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in August 1867; he was 36.

They had the following children:
      54          i.      Bettie Jane (1853-1908)
      55         ii.      Verena (1861-1913)
                iii.      Robert Valentine. Born in 1863 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert
                          Valentine died in Kansas City, Missouri in September 1923; he was 60.
                          Robert Valentine married Ellen WHITE. Born in 1875. Ellen died in 1964; she was 89.
      56        iv.       Martha Henry (1868-1942)
      57         v.       Louisa (1856-1936)
                vi.       William Clark. Born in 1860 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Clark
                          died in Kansas City, Missouri on September 8, 1918; he was 58. Buried in Millersburg,
                          Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                          William Clark married Virginia BARRETT.
               vii.       Israel H. Born in 1865 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Israel H. died in New
                          York City, New York on December 26, 1934; he was 69.
                          On November 29, 1911 when Israel H. was 46, he married Ida Mae VANDERLYN.

28. Adella McCLELLAND. Born in 1837 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On December 8, 1854 when Adella was 17, she married Joseph William MILLER (36) , son of Joseph MILLER
(1788-1853) & Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND (11) (1792-). Born in 1835. Joseph William died in 1887; he was 52.

JOSEPH W. MILLER, [8] magistrate in Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg; was born Dec. 26, 1835, to Joseph Miller;
who was born Jan. 17, 1788, and was the third son of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; he born Sep.
21, 1752, died Sept. 5, 1815; he was born in Carlisle, Pa., and emigrated to Kentucky and located the land on which
Millersburg now stands; soon after he returned to Cumberland County, Pa., and married Ann McClintock, and
returned with his wife to Kentucky. Beneath the monument in the beautiful cemetery at Millersburg, repose the
remains of both. Joseph Miller was married Dec. 28, 1809, to Polly McKee ; she a daughter of Paddy McKee, one of
the first merchants of Millersburg, and died Dec. 18, 1810, without issue. His second marriage was upon May 22,
1814, to Patsey O. E. McClelland, who was born Nov. 17, 1792 ; she a daughter of Col. James McClelland (born in
1775, died July 7, 1833 ; was six times married, and died a Judge upon the bench, in Boone County, Mo.); son of
William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came, to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone,
now Maysville, soon after coming down the "Old Buffalo Trace" to the Irish Station. He had eight children, viz:
Elizabeth (see Bryan hist.), James A., Martha Jane, John M., Mary, Hunt, and Joseph Woodson, who died in
infancy, and Joseph W., the subject of this sketch. Only the oldest and youngest are now living, and with John M.,
who has two daughters residing at Caanan, O., are the only ones who have heirs. Joseph W. in his earlier life
engaged in merchantile business with his father, who was one of the most energetic and prominent men of the Blue
Grass region at that date, and spent about thirty-two years of his life in active business; he died in 1853, at the age of
sixty-six years; his sons, John M. and Joseph W. took the stock and continued the business until the year 1860, when
the latter disposed of his interest in the concern, and the death of his brother James, who was a bachelor and owner
of what is now the White Distillery, at Paris, occurring about that time, he was made administrator of the estate,
and was compelled to make numerous trips through the South in the interest of his brother's estate, during the hottest
times of the Rebellion. He subsequently engaged in farming, and later in merchandising, until the year 1870, since
which time he has kept a hotel at Maysville, and acted as agent for the Maysville and Lexington Rail Road, before
the sale of the same to the Kentucky Central Company. He has been twice elected to a magistracy, which position he
now holds. He is a member of the Masonic Order. He had five children; three died in infancy; they are William,
James A., Lizzie B., Mattie, and Elisha.



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They had the following children:
                  i.      William.
                 ii.      James A.
                iii.      Elisha.


                      Family of Thomas Ammon McCLELLAND (8) & Sarah ROBNETT


29. John R. McCLELLAND. Born in 1833 in Calloway County, Missouri. John R. died in Joplin, Jasper County,
Missouri on September 6, 1904; he was 71.

On August 21, 1855 when John R. was 22, he married Martha E. WEST. Born in 1838 in Calloway County,
Missouri. Martha E. died in Pueblo, Colorado on December 29, 1880; she was 42.

They had the following children:
      58           i.     Joseph Clark (1856-1916)
                  ii.     Sarah Cassandra. Born in 1858 in Audrain County, Missouri. Sarah Cassandra died in
                          Ruth, White Pine County, Nevada on May 7, 1945; she was 87.
                          On December 21, 1875 when Sarah Cassandra was 17, she married William Robert
                          HAMLIN, in Pueblo, Colorado. Born in 1850.
                iii.      Louisa Howard. Born in 1860 in Audrain County, Missouri. Louisa Howard died in
                          Fowler, Colorado on November 5, 1930; she was 70.
                          Louisa Howard first married H. M. FOSDICI.
                          On October 3, 1878 when Louisa Howard was 18, she second married Thomas E.
                          GRIFFITH, in Pueblo, Colorado. Born in 1855.
                 iv.      Mary Elizabeth. Born in 1863 in Audrain County, Missouri.
                          Mary Elizabeth married Jess C. WINGERT. Born in 1860.
                  v.      Nancy Irene. Born in 1864 in Audrain County, Missouri.
                          On March 14, 1883 when Nancy Irene was 19, she married Leon Walton WING, in
                          Pueblo, Colorado. Born in 1860.
                 vi.      Thomas A. Born in 1866 in Audrain County, Missouri. Thomas A. died in 1914; he was
                          48.
                vii.      Martha. Born in 1869 in Audrain County, Missouri. Martha died before 1876; she was 7.
      59       viii.      Edward Pleasant (1874-)
                 ix.      Amanda W. Born in 1878 in Pueblo, Colorado.
                          Amanda W. married J. T. HILTON.

30. William McCLELLAND. Born in 1835. William died on December 15, 1899; he was 64.

William married Nannie HOLLADAY.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Emma. Born in 1862. Emma died before 1863; she was 1.
                 ii.      Thomas A. Born in 1868. Thomas A. died in 1869; he was 1.

31. Mary C. McCLELLAND. Born in 1842.

On September 20, 1859 when Mary C. was 17, she married John James MORRIS (34) , son of George W. MORRIS
& Elizabeth Ammon McCLELLAND (9) (1803-1881). Born in 1840.

They had one child:
                 i.      Sarah M.
                         Sarah M. married Sidney LLOYD.


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                  Family of Elizabeth Ammon McCLELLAND (9) & George W. MORRIS


32. Robert McClelland MORRIS. Born in 1830. Robert McClelland died on December 13, 1914; he was 84.

Robert McClelland first married Lucy LUNCEFORD.

Robert McClelland second married Sarah Ann ORR.

They had the following children:
                   i.     Emma Elizabeth. Born in 1864.
                  ii.     Minnie T. Born in 1869.
                iii.      Joseph E. Born in 1873.
                 iv.      George M. Born in 1875.
                  v.      Lucy R. Born in 1878.
                 vi.      Bessie M. Born in 1885.
                vii.      Harry. Born in 1888.
               viii.      Forrest William. Born in 1890.
                 ix.      Robert Ernest. Born in 1896.
                  x.      Truman. Born in 1905.

33. Elisha McClelland MORRIS. Born in 1837. Elisha McClelland died on March 7, 1913; he was 76.

Elisha McClelland married Margaret Nollie HENDERSON.

They had the following children:
      60          i.      Edward Orbie (1874-1959)
                 ii.      Roy M. Born in 1886.

34. John James MORRIS. Born in 1840.

On September 20, 1859 when John James was 19, he married Mary C. McCLELLAND (31) , daughter of Thomas
Ammon McCLELLAND (8) (1801-1864) & Sarah ROBNETT (1808-). Born in 1842.

They had one child:
                 i.      Sarah M.
                         Sarah M. married Sidney LLOYD.


                       Family of Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND (11) & Joseph MILLER


35. Elizabeth A. W. MILLER. Born in 1815 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth A. W. died in
1886; she was 71.

On January 15, 1839 when Elizabeth A. W. was 24, she married George W. BRYAN Sr., son of William S. BRYAN
(1785-) & Judith FIELD. Born on August 23, 1815. George W. died on August 8, 1849; he was 33.

They had one child:
      61         i.      George W. (1848-)

36. Joseph William MILLER. Born in 1835. Joseph William died in 1887; he was 52.



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JOSEPH W. MILLER, [8] magistrate in Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg; was born Dec. 26, 1835, to Joseph Miller;
who was born Jan. 17, 1788, and was the third son of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; he born Sep.
21, 1752, died Sept. 5, 1815; he was born in Carlisle, Pa., and emigrated to Kentucky and located the land on which
Millersburg now stands; soon after he returned to Cumberland County, Pa., and married Ann McClintock, and
returned with his wife to Kentucky. Beneath the monument in the beautiful cemetery at Millersburg, repose the
remains of both. Joseph Miller was married Dec. 28, 1809, to Polly McKee ; she a daughter of Paddy McKee, one of
the first merchants of Millersburg, and died Dec. 18, 1810, without issue. His second marriage was upon May 22,
1814, to Patsey O. E. McClelland, who was born Nov. 17, 1792 ; she a daughter of Col. James McClelland (born in
1775, died July 7, 1833 ; was six times married, and died a Judge upon the bench, in Boone County, Mo.); son of
William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came, to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone,
now Maysville, soon after coming down the "Old Buffalo Trace" to the Irish Station. He had eight children, viz:
Elizabeth (see Bryan hist.), James A., Martha Jane, John M., Mary, Hunt, and Joseph Woodson, who died in
infancy, and Joseph W., the subject of this sketch. Only the oldest and youngest are now living, and with John M.,
who has two daughters residing at Caanan, O., are the only ones who have heirs. Joseph W. in his earlier life
engaged in merchantile business with his father, who was one of the most energetic and prominent men of the Blue
Grass region at that date, and spent about thirty-two years of his life in active business; he died in 1853, at the age of
sixty-six years; his sons, John M. and Joseph W. took the stock and continued the business until the year 1860, when
the latter disposed of his interest in the concern, and the death of his brother James, who was a bachelor and owner
of what is now the White Distillery, at Paris, occurring about that time, he was made administrator of the estate,
and was compelled to make numerous trips through the South in the interest of his brother's estate, during the hottest
times of the Rebellion. He subsequently engaged in farming, and later in merchandising, until the year 1870, since
which time he has kept a hotel at Maysville, and acted as agent for the Maysville and Lexington Rail Road, before
the sale of the same to the Kentucky Central Company. He has been twice elected to a magistracy, which position he
now holds. He is a member of the Masonic Order. He had five children; three died in infancy; they are William,
James A., Lizzie B., Mattie, and Elisha.

On December 8, 1854 when Joseph William was 19, he married Adella McCLELLAND (28) , daughter of William
Elisha McCLELLAND (7) (1800-1864) & Louisa Jane MILLER (22) (->1870). Born in 1837 in Millersburg,
Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      William.
                 ii.      James A.
                iii.      Elisha.


                         Family of Mary Ann McCLELLAND (15) & Mitchell MILLER


37. Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth MILLER. Born on February 20, 1849 in Missouri. Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth died on
December 13, 1888; she was 39.

On February 4, 1868 when Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth was 18, she married Julian Grosjeans ALLEN, son of Sanford
ALLEN & Susan SCHUMATE. Born on September 21, 1843 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

JULIAN G. ALLEN, [9] merchant; P. O. Millersburg; was born Sept. 21, 1843, to Sanford and Susan (Schumate)
Allen, she a daughter of Payton and Mary (Adair) Schumate; Sanford Allen, a native of Bourbon, was a son of
Granville and Jane Brannum, also natives of Bourbon; the former was a brother to Julian Grosjean, who died Oct.
17, 1881, having lived a widow since the year 1879; she was the wife of Dr. John C. Grosjean, who died at
twenty-seven years of age, after one year of married life; he was young, but a man of great promise and prominence.
Sterling Allen, Esq,, was a brother; also Francis J. Allen, Esq., a very wealthy man of Cape Girardeau, Mo., noted
for his eccentricities and travel in livery ; and Tandy Allen, a statesman, a leader and a man of prominence in the
State of Illinois. The father of Granville Allen was the first Judge of Bourbon County; he had 12 children. The


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subject of this sketch is the oldest of seven sons now living. Three daughters are also living. Three sons and a
daughter, deceased. The family are: Mary, now Mrs. Dr. Richart, of Sharpsburg, Bath County, Ky.; Mrs.
Chesterfield Cracraft, a merchant at Bethel, Bath County; John Waller, married a Miss Uze Alexander, he a
merchant of Sharpsburg; Eliza D., a Mrs. Rev. J. K, Nunnelley, a Baptist minister at Sharpsburg; Frank S., married
Miss Imogene Stoner, he cashier of the Exchange Bank at Sharpsburg; Charles P. married Miss Bradshaw, daughter
of Capt. Bradshaw, of Paris, Ky., he a merchant at Sharpsburg; Sanford C., with our subject, Henry T., a cadet at
West Point; Thomas J., in the dry goods business with J. W. Allen, at Sharpsburg. The father of these was a very
prominent man at Sharpsburg, where he carried on the dry-goods business for 39 years, and for 15 years before his
death he owned and carried on the Exchange Bank of that place. He started a poor boy, working at 25¢ per day,
finally, accumulating $500, he engaged in the mercantile business with a Mr. Payne; this they carried on a few years,
then started a branch store at Sharpsburg, which, in a subsequent dissolution of the partnership, fell to Mr, Allen; he
was enterprising and energetic, and soon proved himself powerful in business circles. He was an extensive
slave-holder, an ardent advocate of the Democratic party, and a member of the Baptist Church. Our subject received
a business education, beginning in 1853 with his father, and there remaining until in 1865, when he began business
at his present place, continuing until the death of his father, when he sold out and returned to Sharpsburg, where he
acted as President of the Bank until in September, 1879, when he again located at Millersburg, where he is doing an
extensive business. He was married Feb. 4, 1868, to Miss Mattie E. Miller, who was born Feb, 20, 1849, to Mitchell
and Mary (McClelland) Miller; both of whom were related to the first settlers of Millersburg. By this marriage there
are four children: Mary, born March 3, 1869; I. D. Aug. 12, 1872; Sanford M., Sept. 22, 1875; Susie Lee, Sept. 19,
1877. He and his brother, J. W, were executors of his father's estate; he is a man of fine business qualifications and
diligence in all matters of duty; he is a member of the Masonic Order, and with his family hold a membership in the
Baptist Church.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Mary. Born on March 3, 1869.
      62         ii.      Iva Dee (1872-)
                iii.      Sanford M. Born on September 22, 1875.
                iv.       Susie Lee. Born on September 19, 1877.


                Family of Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND (16) & Alexander MILLER


38. James McClure MILLER. Born on January 14, 1823. James McClure died on August 27, 1881; he was 58.

James McClure married Rachel A. J. HITT. Born on March 27, 1825. Rachel A. J. died on September 19, 1904; she
was 79.

They had the following children:
      63           i.     Mattie A.
      64          ii.     William McClelland (1850-1918)
                iii.      Mary. Born in 1844.
                 iv.      John Alexander. Born in 1847.
                          In 1875 when John Alexander was 28, he married Mollie HALL.
                  v.      Henry Bascom. Born in 1852.
                 vi.      Charlton Hitt. Born in 1857.
                          In 1893 when Charlton Hitt was 36, he married Josie BLOUNT.
                vii.      Callie McClure. Born in 1860.
               viii.      Raymond. Born in 1862.
                 ix.      Robert Lee. Born in 1866.
                          In 1899 when Robert Lee was 33, he married Lula WARD.

39. Robert Andrew MILLER. Born on October 27, 1827 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.




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ROBERT A. MILLER, [10] farmer; P,O. -Millersburg; was born Oct. 27, 1827, and is the fifth child of Alexander
Miller, (see history of Joseph A. Miller). He was married Sept. 2, 1856, to Adela Malone Raymond, born May 7
1837, in Liverpool, England, to Malone and Catharine (Holdaway) Raymond; she, the only child of Edward and
Ano (Arnold) Holdaway; Malone Raymond was a Solicitor, taking upon himself that honor, at the death of his
father, being the oldest son. The Raymond family were of the nobility of Ireland. Malone (Raymond), the latter
name, taken by the father of our subject's wife, properly Richard Malone, was a cousin to Lord Sunderland, also a
cousin to Edwin Malone, a noted writer, Shakespearian critic, and English publisher of Shakespeare's works.
Richard Malone was a nephew of the Right Honorable Anthony Malone, Chancellor of Ireland. Elliott Warberton,
the noted writer, was a cousin to Richard Malone; Admiral Hamilton, of the English Navy, a cousin also, and his
niece married a great-grandson of the celebrated Earl of Rodney, who was raised to the peerage in 1782, on account
of his distinguished feats as an Admiral. Malone Raymond and Catharine (Holdaway) had a family of five
daughters, the wife of our subject being the youngest; all are married and reside in this county. The mother-in-law of
Mr. Miller, from whom this sketch was obtained, came with her husband to this country in 1849; she is a lady of the
highest culture, and remarkably bright for one of her extreme age. Mr. Miller has had by this marriage six children;
two died in infancy. Those living are Catharine R., born March 24, 1864; Martha H., Jan. 6, 1867; Clarence A.,
March 24, 1868; Robert W., July 22, 1869. He and family are members ofthe Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Miller is
instructress in the Art Department at the K. F. C. at Millersburg, and is a lady of very high social as well as artistic
culture.

On September 2, 1856 when Robert Andrew was 28, he married Adela Malone RAYMOND, daughter of Malone
RAYMOND & Catharine HOLDAWAY. Born on May 7, 1837 in Liverpool, England.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Catharine R. Born on March 24, 1864.
                 ii.      Martha H. Born on January 6, 1867.
                          In 1893 when Martha H. was 25, she married Andrew H. LAMB.
                iii.      Clarence A. Born on March 24, 1868.
                iv.       Robert W. Born on July 22, 1869.

40. Martha Harris MILLER. Born in 1842.

Martha Harris married Judge William H. SAVAGE.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Walter.
                 ii.      William.
                iii.      Alexander.

41. America Jane MILLER. Born in 1840.

On April 12, 1859 when America Jane was 19, she married Alexander BUTLER, son of Thomas BUTLER &
Catharine CATLETT. Born on January 26, 1832.

ALEXANDER BUTLER, [11] farmer; P.O. Millersburg; one of the prominent farmers and stock raisers of
Millersburg Precinct; is a native of Jessamine County, and the youngest of five sons and four daughters; was doubly
orphaned at about two years of age by the death of both parents. Those of the family now living are: James, the
eldest, in his seventy-first year; for many years a prominent merchant at Lexington, where he now resides. William
married a Miss Sarah Hubbard (deceased); is now engaged in farming in Randolph County, Mo.; Eva, wife of W. R.
Hervey, who is in the Government employ at Louisville; Sarah, wife of William Ernst, Prest. of the National Bank
of Kentucky, at Covington; William, the second son, died in 1870; was a farmer in Jessamine County; his wife,
Mary A. Settle; Elizabeth, Catharine and Thomas died young; their parents were Thomas and Catharine (Catlett)
Butler, who came from Virginia to Kentucky about 1820. The subject of this sketch received a common school
education until about fifteen years of age, when he left his native county and went to Lexington, where he engaged
with J. C. Butler & Co., afterward Parish & Butler, hardware merchants, with whom he continued twelve years. He



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was born Jan. 26, 1832, and after having passed his twenty-seventh year, he was united in marriage upon the 12th of
April, 1859, to Miss A. J. Miller, youngest child of Alexander Miller; by this union there have been three children
born: James A., Feb. 12, 1860; William Ernst, Nov. 17, 1861, and Mattie H., May 31, 1863. Mr. Butler is engaged in
general agriculture, and a man of good business qualifications. In 1875, he was elected to the office of magistrate,
the duties of which he performed two terms, receiving the hearty support of the people of his community for his
honor and integrity. He and family are members of the Presbyterian Church, in which he is an Elder and energetic
member, giving liberally of his means to the support of churches and missionary work.

They had the following children:
                  i.      James A. Born on February 12, 1860.
                          James A. married Alice HOOK.
                 ii.      William Ernst. Born on November 17, 1861.
                iii.      Mattie H. Born on May 31, 1863.
                          Mattie H. married Albert K. HAWES.

42. William McClelland MILLER. Born in 1820.

In 1846 when William McClelland was 26, he married Susan J. COLLIER.

They had one child:
      65         i.       Charles Alexander


                           Family of Evaline Jane MILLER (19) & John A. MILLER


43. James Horace MILLER.

James Horace married Mahala Frances BRADLEY.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Eva Lee.
                 ii.      Mary Alice.
                          Mary Alice married Thomas PRESTON.
                iii.      William Bruce. Born in 1856.

44. Robert A. Kendrick MILLER.

Robert A. Kendrick married Frankie JONES.

They had one child:
                 i.       Naomi.
                          Naomi married Sterling COOPER.

45. Jane “Jennie” Emily MILLER.

On February 17, 1866 Jane “Jennie” Emily married Bruce CHAMP.

BRUCE CHAMP, [12] Editor; P. O. Paris; was born near Millersburg, and spent his early life upon the farm. Upon
the 9th of Jilly, 1861, he enlisted in the 2d Ky. Infantry, Company F, Capt. Harvey McDowell, and Colonel Roger
Hanson.. He was captured at Fort Donelson, at the surrender of the garrison and sent to Camp Morton, and escaped
after a short confinement; returning to the service, he attached himself temporarily to Gen'l Morgan's command; two
days later he was in the engagement at Hartsville, Tenn., in which his Infantry Reg. took part. After the battle he
joined his old command, and with that took part in the battles of Stone River, Jackson, Miss., Chickamauga, Mission



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Ridge, Buzzard's Roost Gap, Resaca, and at Dallas, Ga., where he was captured in May, 1864, and sent to Rock
Island, where he remained until the close of the war, when he returned home and engaged in farming. He was
married Feb. 17, 1866, to Miss Jennie E. Miller, daughter of John A. Miller; by her he has had four children, two of
whom died in infancy. Those living are Walter T., born Sept. 6, 1868, and W. Swift, Nov. 22d, 1876. In 1870 Mr.
Champ left the farm and went to Millersburg, where he engaged in mercantile pursuits, in which he was unfortunate
after a continuance of about four years. He then engaged in job printing until the organization of the firm of Champ
& Roby, early in 1881, as editors and proprietors of the Bourbon News. Soon after it fell into the hands of Mr.
Champ. He continued this publication until early in March, 1882, when he moved his office to Paris, and began the
publication of a semi-weekly.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Walter T. Born on September 6, 1868.
      66         ii.      W. Swift (1876-)

46. Oscar William MILLER.

Oscar William first married Mattie HUTCHINSON. Mattie died before 1886.

On July 1, 1886 Oscar William second married Tommy C. TURNER.

They had one child:
      67         i.       Mattie C. (1887-1966)


                      Family of Martha “Patsy” MILLER (21) & William Frazier BAKER


47. Jane BAKER. Born in 1830.

Jane married William PURNELL. Born in 1825.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Adella. Born in 1860.
                          Adella married John Samuel BAKER.
      68         ii.      Thomas
      69        iii.      Mattie
                iv.       Kate. Kate died on August 18, 1898.
      70         v.       John
      71        vi.       Joseph
               vii.       Julius.

48. Jo Ann BAKER. Born in 1830.

Jo Ann married Ward McKIM. Born in 1825.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Mattie. Born in 1855.
                          Mattie married Joseph SALLEE.
                 ii.      William Frazier.

49. Miller BAKER.

Miller married January FORSYTHE.




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They had the following children:
                  i.      Alexander Thomas.
                 ii.      Robert B.
                iii.      Joel H.

50. James Horatio BAKER.

Children:
                 i.      James Oscar.
                ii.      William Thomas.
               iii.      Mattie.
               iv.       Jennie.
                         Jennie married William BURDINE.
                 v.      Fannie.
                vi.      Jo Ann.
               vii.      Robert.


                           Family of Oscar James MILLER (23) & Nancy NESBIT


51. Horace MILLER. Born in 1833 in Kentucky. Horace died in 1912; he was 79.

On June 10, 1956 when Horace was 123, he married Amelia FICKLEN. Born in 1839. Amelia died in 1893; she was
54.

They had one child:
      72         i.      Acsah Van Dyke


                         Family of Martha Lee McKIM (24) & William HOLLADAY


52. Joseph Samuel HOLLADAY. Born in 1826. Joseph Samuel died on October 27, 1915; he was 89.

In October 1851 when Joseph Samuel was 25, he married Catherine M. AYRES. Born in 1833. Catherine M. died in
1909; she was 76.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Charles. Born in 1852.
      73         ii.      Anna Lee (1854-1941)




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                                              Fifth Generation
                               _________________________________________
                        Family of Jane E. McCLELLAND (26) & John Clark MILLER


53. William McClelland MILLER. Born in 1850.

William McClelland married Carrie.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Thomas. Born in 1875.
                 ii.      Robert. Born in 1877.
                iii.      John Clark. Born in 1879. John Clark died after 1908; he was 29.
                iv.       Grace. Born in 1882. Grace died after 1904; she was 22.
                 v.       Louise. Born in 1890. Louise died after 1904; she was 14.


          Family of Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND (27) & William Henry Harrison PIPER


54. Bettie Jane PIPER. Born in 1853 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Bettie Jane died in Cincinnati,
Hamilton County, Ohio on August 20, 1908; she was 55.

In April 1874 when Bettie Jane was 21, she married John Blair ARMSTRONG, in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
Kentucky. Born in 1851 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. John Blair died in Covington, Kenton County,
Kentucky on September 17, 1930; he was 79.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Robert. Born in 1876 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert died on July 26,
                          1876 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
                 ii.      UNNAMED. Born in 1877 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. died in
                          Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky before 1881; he was 4.
      74        iii.      Christine (1882-1963)
      75        iv.       Louise Piper (1886-1984)

55. Verena PIPER. Born in 1861 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Verena died in Kansas City, Missouri
in April 1913; she was 52.

Verena married Joe HANLEY. Born in 1855.

They had one child:
                 i.       Clarence. Born in 1886. Clarence died in Franklin, Kentucky in October 1968; he was 82.
                          Clarence first married Frances SCARRETT.
                          Clarence second married Belle DICKEY. Belle died in 1976.

56. Martha Henry PIPER. Born in 1868 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha Henry died in New
York City, New York in 1942; she was 74.

In 1899 when Martha Henry was 31, she married William ANDREWS. Born in 1860.

They had the following children:
                  i.      John. Born in 1901. John died in Italy before 1991; he was 90.
                 ii.      William. Born in 1904. William died in Maryland before 1991; he was 87.



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      76        iii.      Henry (1906-1997)
                iv.       Martha. Born in 1908. Martha died about 1950; she was 42.

57. Louisa PIPER. Born in 1856 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa died in 1936; she was 80.

On June 5, 1878 when Louisa was 22, she married Charles Alexander MILLER (65) , son of William McClelland
MILLER (42) (1820-) & Susan J. COLLIER.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Karl. Born in 1880.
                 ii.      William. Born in 1885.
                iii.      James. Born in 1890.


                         Family of John R. McCLELLAND (29) & Martha E. WEST


58. Joseph Clark McCLELLAND. Born in 1856 in Calloway County, Missouri. Joseph Clark died in Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma on March 22, 1916; he was 60.

On November 26, 1878 when Joseph Clark was 22, he married Mary Winifred LAWSON, in Kingman, Kingman
County, Kansas. Born in 1860 in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana. Mary Winifred died in San Diego,
California on April 1, 1916; she was 56.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Helen West. Born in 1879 in Kansas. Helen West died in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on
                          August 1, 1964; she was 85.
      77         ii.      John Lawson (1881-1931)

59. Edward Pleasant McCLELLAND. Born in 1874 in Pueblo, Colorado.

Edward Pleasant married Roxie Ann MILLER. Born in 1880.

They had the following children:
                  i.      John.
                 ii.      Miller.


                Family of Elisha McClelland MORRIS (33) & Margaret Nollie HENDERSON


60. Edward Orbie MORRIS. Born in 1874. Edward Orbie died on August 5, 1959; he was 85.

On December 11, 1904 when Edward Orbie was 30, he married Margaret Levis BARRETT. Born in 1880.

They had one child:
                 i.       Mabel Leota. Born in 1905.
                          Mabel Leota married Bluford Ferris MINOR. Born in 1900.


                       Family of Elizabeth A. W. MILLER (35) & George W. BRYAN Sr.


61. George W. BRYAN Jr. Born on July 19, 1848.



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GEORGE W. BRYAN, [13] lawyer and Police Judge of Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg. The Bryan family, as
settlers of Bryan's Station, and from their close connection by marriage with Daniel Boone, bore no unimportant part
in the early history of Kentucky. Daniel Boone, in 1755, when about twenty years of age, married Rebecca Bryan,
whose family, as well as Boone's, were living at that time near Wilkesboro, N. C. On Sept. 25, 1774, Boone with his
family emigrated to the country which he had previously (in 1769) explored as far as the Kentucky River, and
thither Morgan, James, William and Joseph Bryan, brothers of Boone's wife, shortly followed with their famihes.
They shared with the other adventurous spirits all the dangers and hardships to which they were subject. In 1779,
with emigrants principally from North Carolina, these four brothers settled the Bryan Station neighborhood, and
built the fort that is now historic. It would require much space to recount the narrow escapes of these famihes from
the murderous tomahawks of the lurking, skulking savages, or the personal deeds of prowess and heroism and the
struggles and privations of these brave men and women. From Joseph Bryan are descended the family now residing
in Fayette County. This branch spell their name with a "t," and in this way Bryan’s Station has been and is
improperly called Bryant's Station. From Morgan Bryan are the Bourbon County family; he was born May 20, 1729,
and married MaryForbes. From this marriage sprang George Bryan, sr., who fought in the Revolutionary war, and at
the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. He emigrated with his father from North Carolina, and was married in the
fort at Bryan's Station to Elizabeth Neal Rogers, in May, 1780, being the first marriage solemnized in the State of
Kentucky. Roasted corn was handed around to the wedding guests in lieu of cake, and mush and milk took the place
of ices on this and similar occasions. He was married a second time fifty years later, to Mrs. Cassandra Miller, and
died upon the 22d day of November, 1845, in Springfield, Ill. A singular incident concerning Mr. Bryan’s life is the
fact that he suffered from a severe attack of whooping cough when over eighty years of age. To his wife, Mary, was
born William S., March 17, 1785, at Bryan's Station. He was one of the first settlers of the City of Paris, where he
spent the greater part of his life. He was by occupation a saddler and harness-maker, and amassed quite a fortune by
strict attention to business. "Uncle Billy," as he was familiarly called by his acquaintances, was always ready to
assist a friend in need, and at his death the majority of his estate had gone to pay surety debts. He married Judith
Field, Jan. 25, 1811, and to them were born three sons: William H, Geo. W. and Robt. T., and a daughter, Eliza;
Wm. H., the eldest son, married a Miss Bartlett, of Louisville, Ky.; by her he had two daughters-Blanche and
Florence. He was a merchant in New York, Millersburg, Louisville, and Chicago, where he now resides with his
family; Eliza became the wife of Frank Tucker, of Bourbon County, and died without issue shortly after marriage;
Robt. T., the youngest son, graduated in the classical department of Bethany College, Va., in 1844, and in the
medical department of the University of New York in 1848. He married a Miss Kenney, of Bourbon County, in
1849; by her he had one son, Robt. K., a dentist by profession, in Georgetown; he married a second time in 1853, to
a Miss Mary E. Offutt, of Fayette County; by her he had three children: Frank, who is associated with his father in
the practice of medicine at Georgetown, Ky.; George and Ella, who married Wm. S. Rogers, of Fayette County;
George W. Bryan, the second son of Wm. S. Bryan, was born Aug. 23, 1815, and married Elizabeth A. W. Miller,
Jan. 15, 1839; he was a merchant in New York and Millersburg, principally in the latter place; he identified himself
and his interests with the house of his adoption, and after a useful and an honorable career, died of Asiatic cholera
on the 8th of Aug., 1849. He had three children; the two older died young; Geo. W., the youngest, was born July 19,
1848: he graduated in the classical department of the Kentucky Wesleyan College, in 1869, and the law department
of Columbia College, New York, in 1872; he is a lawyer by profession; has been elected Police Judge of his native
town (Millersburg) three consecutive terms. He has twice traveled over the European countries. He and family are
the only representatives of their branch of the Bryan family in Bourbon County. He was married to Miss Mary E.
Owens, daughter of Charles and Eliza J. Owens, on the 13th day of October, 1868.
-----
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. 113-114

BRYAN, GEORGE W., Lawyer and Farmer, was born July 19, 1848, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
He was the youngest of three children, and his parents were George W. and Elizabeth A. W. (Miller) Bryan, both
natives of the same county. His father was a merchant, and died in 1849. His grandfather, Joseph W. Miller, was
also a merchant of Bourbon County. He spent most of his boyhood in school, and received a fine education. He
graduated in the Kentucky Wesleyan University, at Millersburg, in 1869; and, in 1870, entered the Columbia Law
School of New York City, where he graduated in 1872. In the Fall of that year, he was admitted to the bar in
Bourbon County, and at once entered on the practice of his profession at Paris, still residing in Millersburg. He is a


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Democrat in politics. Religiously, he is connected with the Methodist Church. Mr. Bryan was married, October 13,
1868, to Miss Mollie E. Owen, a native of Scott County, and daughter of Charles Owen, a farmer of that county.

On October 13, 1868 when George W. was 20, he married Mary Jane OWENS, daughter of Charles OWENS &
Eliza Jane TUCKER.

They had one child:
                 i.        Charles.


                Family of Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth MILLER (37) & Julian Grosjeans ALLEN


62. Iva Dee ALLEN. Born on August 12, 1872.

On April 20, 1894 when Iva Dee was 21, she married Louis Ray ROGERS, son of Harvey Addison ROGERS
(1812-1866) & Elizabeth Jane MORAN (1819-1886). Born on November 5, 1866.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Harvey Allen. Born on February 5, 1895.
                 ii.      Julian Grosjean. Born on November 11, 1897.


                         Family of James McClure MILLER (38) & Rachel A. J. HITT


63. Mattie A. MILLER.

On February 16, 1875 Mattie A. married R. P. MILAM, son of William MILAM & Charlotte COTHRAN (-1864).
Born on December 2, 1844.

R. P. MILAM, [10] farmer; Millersburg; son of W. P. and Charlotte (Cothran) Milam, both natives of South
Carolina, now residents of Cartersville, Ga.; was an extensive cotton planter, and trader in the north before the war;
he was a son of William Milam, an extensive planter in South Carolina at an early date; both the Milam and Cothran
ancestry were from Ireland. W. P. by his marriage with Charlotte Cothran, had two children, Rosa, born Aug. 19,
1840, now the wife of Dr. W. L. Kirkpatrick, of Cartersville, Ga.; and R. P., born Dec. 2, 1844; the mother died in
the fall of 1864, after which the father was married to Miss Sally Newel, of Harrison County, Ky., in 1866, having
by her the following children : Hugh N., Willie G., Ruby and Pearl twin daughters. The subject of this sketch
entered the State Univeritity at Athena, Ga., in 1859, where he remained until in the. fall of 1860, when he enlisted
in Company K, 14th Ga. Reg. of Infantry, under Capt. T. F. Jones, Col. C. V. Brunby commanding; here he served
for a considerable time. In the spring of 1864 was transferred to the 16th Ga. Reg. Cavalry, Col. S. J. Winn, of
Lawrenceville, Ga., under Gens. Lee and Jackson, engaging in numerous contests in Virginia; was wounded at
Malvern Hill, after the recovery of which he was transferred; engaging in active duty as Quartermaster of his
regiment. At the close of the war he began publishing the Cartersville Express at that place, adopting the name of the
paper published there before the war by S. H. Smith, who became the. partner of Mr. Milam. In 1867, Mr. Milam
disposed of his interest in the paper to his partner and came to Bourbon County, where he married, Nov. 29, of that
year, to Sally E. McClintock, who died the following July. Was married Feb. 16, 1875. to Mattie A. Miller, daughter
of James McClure Miller. They have two children, Lucille, born March 12, 1876; John McClintock, Jan. 27, 1881.
They are members ofthe M. E. Church, South.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Lucille. Born on March 12, 1876.
                 ii.      John McClintock. Born on January 27, 1881.




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64. Dr. William McClelland MILLER. Born in 1850. William McClelland died in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
Kentucky on October 22, 1918; he was 68. Buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

WILLIAM MCCLURE MILLER, M. D. [14], [15]--On other pages of this work is entered detailed record
concerning the Miller family, which was founded in Bourbon county, Kentucky, prior to the war of the Revolution,
by Major John Miller, in whose honor the thriving little city of Millersburg received its name. Of this honored
family whose name has been indissolubly and prominently identified with the development and up-building of this
favored section of the Bluegrass state, Dr. Miller is a worthy scion, and as one of the representative physicians and
surgeons of his native county, as well as by reason of his high status as a business man and influential citizen, it is
imperative as a matter of consistency that in this volume be incorporated a brief review of his career. For adequate
data concerning the family history ready reference may be made the article previously mentioned, the same, pearing
under the indexed title of the "Family."

Dr. William McClure Miller, who is engaged in the practice of his profession in Millersburg and who is president of
the Exchange Bank of this city, was born near Millersburg, Bourbon county, Kentucky, on the 6th of October, 1849,
and is a son of James M. and Rachel A. J. (Hitt) Miller, whose marriage was solemnized in Bourbon county in the
year 1843. James M. Miller was born in this county, on the 14th of January, 1823, and his wife was here ushered
into the world on the 27th of March, 1825. James M. Miller was a son of Alexander S. Miller, who was born in
Bourbon county, on the 5th of May, 1796, and who here continued to reside until the close of his long and useful
life, which came to its end on the 6th of January, 1870. Alexander S. Miller married Miss Martha Harris, who was
born in Bourbon county on the 5th of February, 1801, and whose death here occurred on the 8th of July, 1854.
Alexander S. Miller was one of the successful agriculturists and representative citizens of his native county, and was
influential in connection with public affairs of a local order. He was a son of Major John Miller, the founder of the
family in Kentucky, and concerning the latter due mention is made in the previously noted record concerning the
family.

Soon after their marriage James M. Miller and his wife settled on the old Hitt homestead, three miles south of
Millersburg, this having been the birthplace of Mrs. Miller. On this finely improved farm, eligibly situated on the
Maysville and Lexington Pike, James M. Miller continued to be actively engaged in farming and stock-growing for
many years, and no citizen holds more secure place in popular confidence and esteem. He was a man of sterling
character and strong intellectuality and his influence and tangible cooperation were given to those measures and
enterprises tending to conserve and advance the best interests of the community. He was a staunch advocate of the
principles and policies of the Democratic party, and both he and his wife were zealous members of the Methodist
church. He passed to his reward on the 27th of August, 1881, and his cherished and devoted wife survived him by
nearly a quarter of a century, having been summoned to the life eternal on the 19th of September, 1904; her memory
is revered by all who came within the sphere of her gracious and kindly influence. James M. and Rachel A. J. (Hitt)
Miller became the parents of eight children, concerning whom the following brief data are given: Miss Mary Mac is
living in Atlanta, Georgia; John A. died when 59 years, while living in Atlanta, Georgia, where his family still
lives--wife and three daughters and one son; Dr. William McClure, whose name initiates tlais article, was the next in
order of birth; Henry Bascom is a resident of Atlanta, Georgia, where he is engaged in drug business; Martha is wife
of R. P. Milam, of Atlanta; Raymond is a ranchman by vocation and resides in Colorado, near Pueblo; and Robert L.
is living in Dublin, Georgia, in the furniture and undertaking business.

Dr. William McClure Miller, who is of the fourth generation in line of direct descent from Major John Miller, was
reared on the home farm and under its sturdy and invigorating discipline he waxed strong in mental and physical
powers. After duly availing himself of the advantages of the common schools of the locality and period he continued
his higher studies in the Kentucky Weslyan College in Millersburg. With such excellent academic training as a basis
for technical discipline he finally entered the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, in the city of Philadelphia, in which
institution he completed the prescribed course and was graduated as a member of the class of 1870. In the following
year, shortly after attaining his legal maority, he engaged in the drug business in Millersburg, where he successfully
continued operations in this line of enterprise for fully a quarter of a century, during which he maintained prestige as
one of the representative business men of the thriving little city of which his honored ancestor was the founder. His
predilection for the medical profession had been fortified by his former technical training and by his long experience
in the drug business, and finally he determined to prepare himself for that profession. He entered the Ohio Medical


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College in the city of Cincinnati, where he completed the regular course of study and in this excellent institution he
was graduated as the member of the class of 1889, duly receiving his well-earned degree of Doctor of Medicine. To
fortify himself still further for the exacting and responsible work of his chosen profession, the Doctor went to
London, England, soon after his graduation, and in that great metropolis he completed an effective post-graduate
course in the year 1890. In 1894 he also took a course in the New York Post-Graduate School of Medicine, and
during the intervening years, through careful study and investigation, with resource to the best of standard and
periodical literature of his profession, he has kept in close touch with the advances made in both medicine and
surgery, the while his success in his professional work has been on a parity with his recognized ability, through
which he has built up and maintained a large and essentially representative practice. He has been continuously
engaged in the practice of his profession in Millersburg since the time of his graduation, and here he has ministered
with all of devotion and much of skill in the alleviation of human suffering, the while he is held in affectionate
regard by the many families he has thus served in his humane and noble mission. He is a member of the Bourbon
County Medical Society, the Kentucky State Medical Society and the American Medical Association, and for nearly
forty years he has been affiliated with Amity Lodge, No. 40, Free & Accepted Masons, in Millersburg, of which
body he has thrice served as worshipful master. He and his wife hold membership in the Methodist Episcopal
church, South, and his political allegiance is given to the Democratic party, in whose faith he was reared. Mr. Miller
is intrinsically joyal, progressive and public-spirited in his civic attitude and gives his support to all objects and
measures that are projected for the best interests of his home city and county.

Dr. Miller has been twice married. On the 25th of April, 1883, was solemnized his union to Miss Martha Hutchcraft,
who was born and reared in Bourbon county and who was the daughter of the late James Hutchcraft, a well-known
citizen of this section of the state. Mrs. Miller passed to eternal rest on the 27th of March, 1903, having borne no
children. On the 29th of January, 1906, Dr. Miller was united in marriage to Miss Alice Hart, who was born in
Chicago, Illinois, and who is a daughter of Dr. Charles F. and Anna (Hutchcraft) Hart, both of whom were born in
Kentucky and both of whom are now deceased. Dr. and Mrs. Miller have two sons, William McClure, Jr., who was
born November 17, 1906, and Charles Hart, who was born on the 16th of May, 1908. Dr. and Mrs. Miller are
prominent in connection with the leading social activities of Millersburg and their home is one notable for its
gracious hospitality.

On April 25, 1883 when William McClelland was 33, he first married Martha Clay “Mattie” HUTCHCRAFT,
daughter of James HUTCHCRAFT (1800-1863) & Eliza WILLIAMS (1812-1881), in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Born on January 26, 1853 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha Clay “Mattie” died in Lexington, Fayette County,
Kentucky on April 3, 1903; she was 50. Buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On January 29, 1906 when William McClelland was 56, he second married Eliza Allin “Allie” HART, daughter of
Dr. Charles Fielding HART (1828-1884) & Anna Eliza HUTCHCRAFT (1835-1901), in Paris, Bourbon County,
Kentucky. Born on June 23, 1874 in Chicago, Illinois. Eliza Allin “Allie” died in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
Kentucky on February 21, 1972; she was 97. Buried in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
                  i.      William McClure. Born in 1906. William McClure died in Millersburg, Bourbon County,
                          Kentucky in 1932; he was 26.
      78         ii.      Charles Hart


                      Family of William McClelland MILLER (42) & Susan J. COLLIER


65. Charles Alexander MILLER.

On June 5, 1878 Charles Alexander married Louisa PIPER (57) , daughter of William Henry Harrison PIPER
(1831-1867) & Martha Ann Randolph McCLELLAND (27) (1832-1907). Born in 1856 in Millersburg, Bourbon
County, Kentucky. Louisa died in 1936; she was 80.



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They had the following children:
                  i.      Karl. Born in 1880.
                 ii.      William. Born in 1885.
                iii.      James. Born in 1890.


                       Family of Jane “Jennie” Emily MILLER (45) & Bruce CHAMP


66. W. Swift CHAMP. Born on November 22, 1876.

Child:
                 i.      Bruce.


                       Family of Oscar William MILLER (46) & Tommy C. TURNER


67. Mattie C. MILLER. Born in 1887. Mattie C. died on April 4, 1966; she was 79.

Mattie C. married Mr. EADES. Born in 1885.

They had one child:
      79         i.      Joe Kenny (1915-)


                              Family of Jane BAKER (47) & William PURNELL


68. Thomas PURNELL.

Thomas married Mattie MILLER.

They had the following children:
      80          i.      Jennie Mitchell
                 ii.      Bessie T.
                iii.      Mary Agnes.
                iv.       Blanche.

69. Mattie PURNELL.

Mattie married William N. PURNELL.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Mary Eliza. Born in 1870. Mary Eliza died on April 18, 1915; she was 45.
                          Mary Eliza married Thomas Nesbit BAKER. Born in 1865.
      81         ii.      Mattie (1874-)
      82        iii.      Littleton B. (1881-)
      83        iv.       Jennie Catherine (1881-)

70. John PURNELL.

John married Helen MEYERS.




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They had one child:
                 i.      Julius N. Born in 1890.

71. Joseph PURNELL.

Joseph married Dora REYNOLDS.

They had one child:
                 i.      Blanche. Born in 1889.


                            Family of Horace MILLER (51) & Amelia FICKLEN


72. Acsah Van Dyke MILLER.

Acsah Van Dyke married Thomas Pickett TAYLOR.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Horace A.
                 ii.      Thomas Pickett.


                      Family of Joseph Samuel HOLLADAY (52) & Catherine M. AYRES


73. Anna Lee HOLLADAY. Born in 1854. Anna Lee died on March 17, 1941; she was 87.

before 1880 when Anna Lee was 26, she first married Aarmistead MOORE.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Hattie. Born in 1872.
      84         ii.      Kathryn Clyde (1881-1969)

In 1886 when Anna Lee was 32, she second married Levi JOHNSON. Born in 1849. Levi died in 1928; he was 79.

They had one child:
      85         i.      Mary Lavina (1887-1979)




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                                            Sixth Generation
                               _________________________________________
                        Family of Bettie Jane PIPER (54) & John Blair ARMSTRONG


74. Christine ARMSTRONG. Born in 1882 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Christine died in
Rochester, Monroe County, New York on August 25, 1963; she was 81.

On October 2, 1908 when Christine was 26, she married Charles Kearns HELLEBUSH, in Cincinnati, Hamilton
County, Ohio. Born in 1879 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. Charles Kearns died in Rochester, Monroe
County, New York in January 1971; he was 92.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Betty Jane. Born in 1909 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. Betty Jane died in
                          Boston, Massachusetts in January 1981; she was 72.
                          On June 16, 1934 when Betty Jane was 25, she married MacLellan Edgar KING, in New
                          York City, New York. Born in 1897. MacLellan Edgar died in January 1966; he was 69.
                 ii.      Blair Armstrong. Born in 1919 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.
                          On June 22, 1943 when Blair Armstrong was 24, he married Barbara HYPES. Born in
                          1922.
                iii.      John Clemens. Born in 1924 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. John Clemens
                          died in Pennsylvania on October 16, 1999; he was 75.
                          On October 2, 1947 when John Clemens was 23, he married Sue ELLITHORP, in
                          Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York.
                iv.       Charles Kearns. Born in February 1913 in New York City, New York. Charles Kearns
                          died in Rochester, Monroe County, New York on July 6, 1997; he was 84.
                          Charles Kearns married Hester GRIFFITH. Born in 1915. Hester died in 1990; she was
                          75.

75. Louise Piper ARMSTRONG. Born in 1886 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louise Piper died in
Rochester, Monroe County, New York on April 13, 1984; she was 98.

On September 9, 1917 when Louise Piper was 31, she married Lanham Stuart ROBERTSON, in Covington, Kenton
County, Kentucky. Born in 1880 in Louisville, Kentucky. Lanham Stuart died in Rochester, Monroe County, New
York on March 3, 1962; he was 82.

They had one child:
                 i.       Jane Armstrong. Born in 1924 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.
                          On September 29, 1951 when Jane Armstrong was 27, she married John Arthur
                          CARLSON, in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. Born in 1922 in Rochester,
                          Monroe County, New York.


                         Family of Martha Henry PIPER (56) & William ANDREWS


76. Henry ANDREWS. Born in 1906. Henry died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio on July 18, 1997; he was
91.

Henry married Clifton DRURY. Born in 1914. Clifton died in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio in May 1998; she
was 84.

They had the following children:



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                 i.      John. Born in 1942.
                ii.      Piper. Born in 1947. Piper died in New York City, New York in January 1991; he was 44.
                         Piper married Lynn.


                  Family of Joseph Clark McCLELLAND (58) & Mary Winifred LAWSON


77. John Lawson McCLELLAND. Born in 1881 in Nickerson, Reno County, Kansas. John Lawson died in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 2, 1931; he was 50.

On June 3, 1908 when John Lawson was 27, he married Katherine A. PAXTON, in El Paso, Texas. Born in 1881 in
Effingham, Effingham County, Illinois. Katherine A. died in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on August 13, 1958; she
was 77.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Katherine. Born in 1910 in El Paso, Texas.
                          Katherine married Arthur Brown KNIGHT. Born in 1905.
                 ii.      John Lawson. Born in 1914 in El Paso, Texas. John Lawson died in Oklahoma City,
                          Oklahoma on October 8, 1985; he was 71.
                          On December 18, 1948 when John Lawson was 34, he married Martha Anne RUSHMER,
                          in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas. Born in 1929 in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.
                iii.      Mary Donnell. Born in 1915 in El Paso, Texas. Mary Donnell died in Minnesota on
                          August 3, 1930; she was 15.


                Family of Dr. William McClelland MILLER (64) & Eliza Allin “Allie” HART


78. Charles Hart MILLER.

Charles Hart married Mary ARMSTRONG.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Hart.
                 ii.      Susan.


                              Family of Mattie C. MILLER (67) & Mr. EADES


79. Joe Kenny EADES. Born in 1915.

Joe Kenny married Susan C.. Born in 1920.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Susan Marie. Born in 1935.
                          Susan Marie married BOWMAN. Born in 1930.
                 ii.      Kenneth Wade.
                iii.      Sarah Miller.
                          Sarah Miller married McCARTHY.


                            Family of Thomas PURNELL (68) & Mattie MILLER



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80. Jennie Mitchell PURNELL.

Jennie Mitchell married Frank COLLIER.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Bessie Thomas.
                 ii.      Hamlet.
                iii.      William.
                iv.       Martha Miller.
                 v.       Joe Purnell.


                         Family of Mattie PURNELL (69) & William N. PURNELL


81. Mattie PURNELL. Born in 1874.

Mattie married June J. PAYNE.

They had one child:
                 i.      George Lewis.

82. Littleton B. PURNELL. Born in 1881.

Littleton B. married Gertrude HALL.

They had one child:
                 i.      Rebecca. Born in 1901.

83. Jennie Catherine PURNELL. Born in 1881.

Jennie Catherine married Rhenus ALDERMAN. Born in 1880.

They had one child:
                 i.      Rhenus Purnell. Born in 1908.


                       Family of Anna Lee HOLLADAY (73) & Aarmistead MOORE


84. Kathryn Clyde MOORE. Born in 1881. Kathryn Clyde died on December 26, 1969; she was 88.

Kathryn Clyde first married Tobe HARRIS.

They had one child:
                 i.      Percy Lee. Born in 1904. Percy Lee died after 1947; he was 43.

Kathryn Clyde second married WALTERS.

Kathryn Clyde third married William GREEN.




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                                             Register Report

                         Family of Anna Lee HOLLADAY (73) & Levi JOHNSON


85. Mary Lavina JOHNSON. Born in 1887. Mary Lavina died on March 1, 1979; she was 92.

On March 24, 1909 when Mary Lavina was 22, she married Charles Roland TRIAY. Born in 1889. Charles Roland
died in 1959; he was 70.

They had the following children:
                  i.      Charles Roland. Born in 1911. Charles Roland died in February 1990; he was 79.
                          In 1937 when Charles Roland was 26, he married Beatrice Hortense FULLER. Born in
                          1918. Beatrice Hortense died in 1984; she was 66.
                 ii.      Orin Gregson. Born in 1913. Orin Gregson died on January 21, 1993; he was 80.
                          On October 7, 1938 when Orin Gregson was 25, he married Dorothy Louise BAILEY.
                          Born in 1915.
                iii.      Margaret Ann. Born in 1915.
                iv.       Allen Carroll. Born in 1917.
                          On August 29, 1947 when Allen Carroll was 30, he married Paulette DeVerter
                          BOLLERUD. Born in 1920.




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                                                   Sources
1. John and Jane Carlson Genealogy, 242 Brooks Avenue, Rochester, New York 14619-2449. Received April 1,
2000.
2. Kentucky Records, Volume II, BOURBON COUNTY, Abstracts by Jane Clay Kenney, WILLS FROM BOOKS
A, B, C, AND D, p. 18.
3. Birthdate 1814--Scholz genealogy
4. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 514-515
5. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, p. 481
6. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, p. 513
7. Carson genealogy lists birth date as 1877.
8. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 513-514
9. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin
& County, Chicago, 1882, p. 501
10. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L.
Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 514
11. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L.
Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 508
12. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L.
Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 452
13. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L.
Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, p. 502
14. E. Polk Johnson, The History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, Vol. III, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill.,
1912, pp. 1245-1246.
15. WhileE. Polk Johnson lists him as William McClure Miller, others report him as William McClelland Miller
(“Hutchcrafts in America,” p. 139). Regardless, it is evident that i is the sam man.--REF




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                                         Index
?
    UNNAMED                              spouse of 3
    Carrie                               spouse of 53
    Susan C. (1920 - )                   spouse of 79
ALDERMAN
    Rhenus (1880 - )                     spouse of 83
    Rhenus Purnell (1908 - )             child of 83
ALLEN
    Iva Dee (1872 - )                    62
    Julian Grosjeans (1843 - )           spouse of 37
    Mary (1869 - )                       child of 37
    Sanford M. (1875 - )                 child of 37
    Susie Lee (1877 - )                  child of 37
AMMON
    Elizabeth (1774 - 1831)              spouse of 2
    Susannah (1775 - 1811)               spouse of 3
ANDREWS
    Henry (1906 - 1997)                  76
    John (1901 - <1991)                  child of 56
    John (1942 - )                       child of 76
    Martha (1908 - ~1950)                child of 56
    Piper (1947 - 1991)                  child of 76
    William (1860 - )                    spouse of 56
    William (1904 - <1991)               child of 56
ARMSTRONG
    UNNAMED (1877 - <1881)               child of 54
    Christine (1882 - 1963)              74
    John Blair (1851 - 1930)             spouse of 54
    Louise Piper (1886 - 1984)           75
    Mary                                 spouse of 78
    Robert (1876 - 1876)                 child of 54
AYRES
    Catherine M. (1833 - 1909)           spouse of 52
BAKER
    Fannie                               child of 50
    James Horatio                        50
    James Oscar                          child of 50
    Jane (1830 - )                       47
    Jennie                               child of 50
    Jo Ann (1830 - )                     48
    Jo Ann                               child of 50
    Mary “Polly” (1780 - )               spouse of 4
    Mattie                               child of 50
    Miller                               49
    Robert                               child of 21
    Robert                               child of 50
    William Frazier (1797 - <1859)       spouse of 21
    William Thomas                       child of 50
BARRETT


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  Margaret Levis (1880 - )          spouse of 60
BENTLEY
  James (1841 - )                   child of 14
  John (1800 - )                    spouse of 14
  Martha (1834 - )                  child of 14
  Virginia (1831 - )                child of 14
BRADLEY
  Mahala Frances                    spouse of 43
BRYAN
  Charles                           child of 61
  George W. Sr. (1815 - 1849)       spouse of 35
  George W. Jr. (1848 - )           61
  Sarah                             spouse of 3
BUTLER
  Alexander (1832 - )               spouse of 41
  James A. (1860 - )                child of 41
  Mattie H. (1863 - )               child of 41
  William Ernst (1861 - )           child of 41
CHAMP
  Bruce                             spouse of 45
  Bruce                             child of 66
  W. Swift (1876 - )                66
  Walter T. (1868 - )               child of 45
COLLIER
  Bessie Thomas                     child of 80
  Frank                             spouse of 80
  Hamlet                            child of 80
  Joe Purnell                       child of 80
  Martha Miller                     child of 80
  Susan J.                          spouse of 42
  William                           child of 80
DRURY
  Clifton (1914 - 1998)             spouse of 76
EADES
  Mr. UNNAMED (1885 - )             spouse of 67
  Joe Kenny (1915 - )               79
  Kenneth Wade                      child of 79
  Sarah Miller                      child of 79
  Susan Marie (1935 - )             child of 79
FICKLEN
  Amelia (1839 - 1893)              spouse of 51
FORSYTHE
  Alexander Thomas                  child of 49
  Caroline                          spouse of 20
  January                           spouse of 49
  Joel H.                           child of 49
  Robert B.                         child of 49
GREEN
  William                           spouse of 84
HALL
  Gertrude                          spouse of 82
HANLEY


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  Clarence (1886 - 1968)                   child of 55
  Joe (1855 - )                            spouse of 55
HARRIS
  Percy Lee (1904 - >1947)                 child of 84
  Tobe                                     spouse of 84
HART
  Eliza Allin “Allie” (1874 - 1972)        spouse of 64
HELLEBUSH
  Betty Jane (1909 - 1981)                 child of 74
  Blair Armstrong (1919 - )                child of 74
  Charles Kearns Jr. (1913 - 1997)         child of 74
  Charles Kearns (1879 - 1971)             spouse of 74
  John Clemens (1924 - 1999)               child of 74
HENDERSON
  Margaret Nollie                          spouse of 33
HITT
  Rachel A. J. (1825 - 1904)               spouse of 38
HOLLADAY
  Anna Lee (1854 - 1941)                   73
  Charles (1852 - )                        child of 52
  Fannie E. (1824 - 1825)                  child of 24
  Joseph Samuel (1826 - 1915)              52
  Nannie                                   spouse of 30
  William (1800 - 1851)                    spouse of 24
HUNT
  Polly (1785 - ~1826)                     spouse of 3
HUTCHCRAFT
  Martha Clay “Mattie” (1853 - 1903)       spouse of 64
HUTCHINSON
  Mattie ( - <1886)                        spouse of 46
JOHNSON
  Levi (1849 - 1928)                       spouse of 73
  Mary Lavina (1887 - 1979)                85
JONES
  Frankie                                  spouse of 44
LAWSON
  Mary Winifred (1860 - 1916)              spouse of 58
LUNCEFORD
  Lucy                                     spouse of 32
McCLELLAND
  Adella (1837 - )                         28
  Adella (1837 - )                         spouse of 36
  Alice (1866 - )                          child of 25
  Amanda W. (1878 - )                      child of 29
  Beautie (Beauty) Jane (1875 - )          child of 25
  Bettie (1840 - )                         child of 7
  Bettie (1840 - )                         child of 22
  Cassie A.                                child of 10
  Claude (1864 - )                         child of 25
  Edward Pleasant (1874 - )                59
  Elisha (1868 - )                         child of 25



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Elisha (1846 - )                          child of 7
Elisha (1846 - )                          child of 22
Elisha (1809 - 1859)                      10
Elisha (1781 - )                          child of 1
Elizabeth (1800 - )                       12
Elizabeth (1842 - 1859)                   child of 10
Elizabeth Ammon (1803 - 1881)             9
Emma (1862 - <1863)                       child of 30
Fannie (1871 - )                          child of 25
Fatie (1862 - )                           child of 25
George E. (1848 - <1850)                  child of 8
Helen West (1879 - 1964)                  child of 58
Col. James (1775 - 1833)                  3
James (1802 - <1803)                      child of 2
James (1806 - >1833)                      child of 2
James H. (1853 - 1859)                    child of 10
James W. (1813 - 1852)                    child of 3
Jane (1780 - 1855)                        5
Jane E. (1825 - >1904)                    26
John                                      child of 59
John Lawson (1881 - 1931)                 77
John Lawson (1914 - 1985)                 child of 77
John R. (1833 - 1904)                     29
Joseph Ammon (1814 - )                    child of 2
Joseph Clark (1856 - 1916)                58
Julia (1867 - )                           child of 25
Juliana (1802 - )                         13
Katherine (1910 - )                       child of 77
Louisa A. (1843 - 1859)                   child of 10
Louisa Howard (1860 - 1930)               child of 29
Martha (1869 - <1876)                     child of 29
Martha (1783 - 1853)                      6
Martha A. (1846 - 1859)                   child of 10
Martha Ann Randolph (1832 - 1907)         27
Martha Miller (1805 - )                   child of 2
Martha “Patsy” Harris (1801 - 1854)       16
Mary Ann (1823 - 1859)                    15
Mary C. (1842 - )                         31
Mary C. (1842 - )                         spouse of 34
Mary Donnell (1915 - 1930)                child of 77
Mary Elizabeth (1863 - )                  child of 29
Miller                                    child of 59
Nancy Irene (1864 - )                     child of 29
Noah H. (1818 - )                         child of 3
Olivia (1804 - )                          14
Patsey O. E. (1792 - )                    11
R. W.                                     child of 10
Rebecca Elizabeth (1838 - )               child of 8
Robert (1773 - 1833)                      2
Robert (1872 - 1874)                      child of 25
Robert (1808 - 1809)                      child of 2
Robert A. (1817 - )                       child of 3
Robert Ammon (1811 - 1813)                child of 2
Robert Miller (1822 - )                   25


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  Sarah Cassandra (1858 - 1945)        child of 29
  Sarah E.                             child of 10
  Thomas (1825 - )                     child of 7
  Thomas (1825 - )                     child of 22
  Thomas A. (1866 - 1914)              child of 29
  Thomas A. (1868 - 1869)              child of 30
  Thomas A. (1842 - )                  child of 10
  Thomas Ammon (1801 - 1864)           8
  William (1742 - 1812)                1
  William (1844 - )                    child of 7
  William (1844 - )                    child of 22
  William Jr. (1777 - 1802)            4
  William (1835 - 1899)                30
  William Elisha (1800 - 1864)         7
  William Elisha (1800 - 1864)         spouse of 22
McKIM
  Jane (1801 - )                       child of 6
  Joseph Alexander (1773 - 1849)       spouse of 6
  Martha Lee (1803 - 1853)             24
  Mattie (1855 - )                     child of 48
  Ward (1825 - )                       spouse of 48
  William Frazier                      child of 48
MEYERS
  Helen                                spouse of 70
MILAM
  John McClintock (1881 - )            child of 63
  Lucille (1876 - )                    child of 63
  R. P. (1844 - )                      spouse of 63
MILLER
  Acsah Van Dyke                       72
  Adella ( - 1838)                     child of 5
  Alexander (1796 - 1870)              spouse of 16
  Amanda N. ( - <1859)                 17
  America Jane (1840 - )               41
  Ann                                  18
  Ann E. (1832 - )                     child of 16
  Annie Tom                            child of 19
  Callie McClure (1860 - )             child of 38
  Catharine R. (1864 - )               child of 39
  Charles Alexander                    spouse of 57
  Charles Alexander                    65
  Charles Hart                         78
  Charlton Hitt (1857 - )              child of 38
  Clarence A. (1868 - )                child of 39
  Elisha                               child of 28
  Elisha                               child of 36
  Elizabeth A. W. (1815 - 1886)        35
  Eva Lee                              child of 43
  Evaline Jane                         19
  Grace (1882 - >1904)                 child of 53
  Hart                                 child of 78
  Henry Bascom (1852 - )               child of 38
  Horace (1833 - 1912)                 51



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Horace (1831 - )                            child of 20
Horace ( - 1833)                            20
Hunt                                        child of 11
James (1890 - )                             child of 57
James (1890 - )                             child of 65
James A. (1817 - 1860)                      child of 11
James A.                                    child of 28
James A.                                    child of 36
James Horace                                43
James McClure (1823 - 1881)                 38
Jane “Jennie” Emily                         45
John                                        child of 16
John (1856 - )                              child of 15
John A. (1815 - )                           spouse of 19
John Alexander (1847 - )                    child of 38
John Clark (1826 - 1864)                    spouse of 26
John Clark (1879 - >1908)                   child of 53
John Morgan (1821 - 1865)                   child of 11
Joseph (1788 - 1853)                        spouse of 11
Joseph Andrew (1831 - )                     child of 16
Joseph William (1835 - 1887)                spouse of 28
Joseph William (1835 - 1887)                36
Joseph Woodson (1835 - )                    child of 11
Karl (1880 - )                              child of 57
Karl (1880 - )                              child of 65
Louisa Jane ( - >1870)                      spouse of 7
Louisa Jane ( - >1870)                      22
Louise (1890 - >1904)                       child of 53
Martha (1750 - 1826)                        spouse of 1
Martha C. (1849 - )                         child of 15
Martha H. (1867 - )                         child of 39
Martha Harris (1842 - )                     40
Martha Jane McClelland (1836 - )            child of 11
Martha “Patsy” ( - <1859)                   21
Mary                                        child of 11
Mary (1844 - )                              child of 38
Mary Alice                                  child of 43
Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth (1849 - 1888)       37
Mary McClure (1825 - )                      child of 16
Mattie                                      spouse of 68
Mattie A.                                   63
Mattie C. (1887 - 1966)                     67
Mitchell ( - 1872)                          spouse of 15
Nannie Walton                               child of 19
Naomi                                       child of 44
Oscar James (1811 - )                       23
Oscar William                               46
Raymond (1862 - )                           child of 38
Robert (1877 - )                            child of 53
Robert A. Kendrick                          44
Robert Andrew (1827 - )                     39
Robert Eakin (1780 - 1860)                  spouse of 5
Robert Lee (1866 - )                        child of 38
Robert W. (1869 - )                         child of 39


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  Roxie Ann (1880 - )                        spouse of 59
  Susan                                      child of 78
  Thomas (1875 - )                           child of 53
  William (1885 - )                          child of 57
  William (1885 - )                          child of 65
  William                                    child of 28
  William                                    child of 36
  William Bruce (1856 - )                    child of 43
  Dr. William McClelland (1850 - 1918)       64
  William McClelland (1820 - )               42
  William McClelland (1850 - )               53
  William McClure Jr. (1906 - 1932)          child of 64
MOORE
  Aarmistead                                 spouse of 73
  Hattie (1872 - )                           child of 73
  Kathryn Clyde (1881 - 1969)                84
MORRIS
  Bessie M. (1885 - )                        child of 32
  Edward Orbie (1874 - 1959)                 60
  Elisha McClelland (1837 - 1913)            33
  Emma Elizabeth (1864 - )                   child of 32
  Forrest William (1890 - )                  child of 32
  George M. (1875 - )                        child of 32
  George W.                                  spouse of 9
  Harry (1888 - )                            child of 32
  John James (1840 - )                       spouse of 31
  John James (1840 - )                       34
  Joseph E. (1873 - )                        child of 32
  Joseph William (1828 - )                   child of 9
  Louisa E. (1834 - 1915)                    child of 9
  Lucy R. (1878 - )                          child of 32
  Mabel Leota (1905 - )                      child of 60
  Martha Ann (1836 - 1917)                   child of 9
  Minnie T. (1869 - )                        child of 32
  Robert Ernest (1896 - )                    child of 32
  Robert McClelland (1830 - 1914)            32
  Roy M. (1886 - )                           child of 33
  Sarah M.                                   child of 31
  Sarah M.                                   child of 34
  Sarah Thomas (1829 - 1831)                 child of 9
  Thomas Edward (1840 - )                    child of 9
  Truman (1905 - )                           child of 32
MOUNTJOY
  John W.                                    spouse of 17
  John W. Jr.                                child of 17
NESBIT
  Nancy (1816 - 1879)                        spouse of 23
ORR
  Sarah Ann                                  spouse of 32
OWENS
  Mary Jane                                  spouse of 61
PAXTON


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  Katherine A. (1881 - 1958)                 spouse of 77
PAYNE
  George Lewis                               child of 81
  June J.                                    spouse of 81
PIPER
  Bettie Jane (1853 - 1908)                  54
  Israel H. (1865 - 1934)                    child of 27
  Louisa (1856 - 1936)                       57
  Louisa (1856 - 1936)                       spouse of 65
  Martha Henry (1868 - 1942)                 56
  Robert Valentine (1863 - 1923)             child of 27
  Verena (1861 - 1913)                       55
  William Clark (1860 - 1918)                child of 27
  William Henry Harrison (1831 - 1867)       spouse of 27
PURNELL
  Adella (1860 - )                           child of 47
  Bessie T.                                  child of 68
  Blanche                                    child of 68
  Blanche (1889 - )                          child of 71
  Jennie Catherine (1881 - )                 83
  Jennie Mitchell                            80
  John                                       70
  Joseph                                     71
  Julius                                     child of 47
  Julius N. (1890 - )                        child of 70
  Kate ( - 1898)                             child of 47
  Littleton B. (1881 - )                     82
  Mary Agnes                                 child of 68
  Mary Eliza (1870 - 1915)                   child of 69
  Mattie                                     69
  Mattie (1874 - )                           81
  Rebecca (1901 - )                          child of 82
  Thomas                                     68
  William (1825 - )                          spouse of 47
  William N.                                 spouse of 69
RAYMOND
  Adela Malone (1837 - )                     spouse of 39
REYNOLDS
  Dora                                       spouse of 71
ROBERTSON
  Jane Armstrong (1924 - )                   child of 75
  Lanham Stuart (1880 - 1962)                spouse of 75
ROBNETT
  Sarah (1808 - )                            spouse of 8
ROGERS
  Harvey Allen (1895 - )                     child of 62
  Julian Grosjean (1897 - )                  child of 62
  Louis Ray (1866 - )                        spouse of 62
SAVAGE
  Alexander                                  child of 40
  Walter                                     child of 40
  William                                    child of 40



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  Judge William H.                       spouse of 40
SUGGETT
  Frances ( - 1859)                      spouse of 25
TAYLOR
  Fannie                                 spouse of 25
  Horace A.                              child of 72
  Thomas Pickett                         spouse of 72
  Thomas Pickett Jr.                     child of 72
TRIAY
  Allen Carroll (1917 - )                child of 85
  Charles Roland (1889 - 1959)           spouse of 85
  Charles Roland Jr. (1911 - 1990)       child of 85
  Margaret Ann (1915 - )                 child of 85
  Orin Gregson (1913 - 1993)             child of 85
TRIGG
  Joseph                                 spouse of 13
  Juliana                                child of 13
TURNER
  Tommy C.                               spouse of 46
WALLACE
  A. W.                                  child of 18
  Joseph William                         spouse of 18
WALTERS
  UNNAMED                                spouse of 84
WEST
  Elizabeth “Betsy” Ann (1810 - )        spouse of 10
  Martha E. (1838 - 1880)                spouse of 29
WOODSON
  Olivia                                 child of 12
  Susan                                  child of 12
  Warren                                 spouse of 12




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