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Terry Mason's Family History Site

Major lines: Allen, Beck, Borden, Buck, Burden, Carpenter, Carper, Cobb, Cook, Cornell, Cowan, Daffron, Davis, Downing, Faubion, Fauntleroy, Fenter, Fishback, Foulks, Gray, Harris, Heimbach, Henn, Holland, Holtzclaw, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lewis, Mason, Massengill, McAnnally, Moore, Morgan, Overstreet, Price, Peck, Rice, Richardson, Rogers, Samuel, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Wade, Warren, Weeks, Webb, Wodell, Yeiser.

 

Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Presley Settle

Info on this family from Peggy Haynie,

The following information was taken from Ancestry.com from the data submitted by John Suttle in August 2001.

Date: 6/26/1998 From: xxxxxxx (Jim & Edie Suttle) To: xxxxxxx@aol.com Hi Judy, Thank you for the information. In regards to Presley Suttle being the son of George, no, I am not 100% sure of this link, but am forwarding a note that I have attached to George Suttle's file, it is from Mary Settle, who is one of the members of the Settle/Suttle team that is compiling more information for the Reese book. Hope this clarifies things better. Edie "The link of Presley Settle to the family of George Settle (S-52) was made due to a substantial amount of evidence. Actual documentation has not been found, but circumstantial evidence supports this link. Presley was not named in "The Settle-Suttle Family" by Wm. Emmitt Reese and, therefore, does not have a reference number to that publication. Presley was living in Sumner County, Tennessee while two other sons of George were also living there. There is a long line of males given the middle name of Morgan (named for Mary Morgan, wife of George) in the generations that follow George. This naming practice is also prevalent in the descendants of Presley. The migrations of George's sons and grandsons from Barren and Simpson Counties in Kentucky to Sumner County in Tennessee and the migrations of sons and grandsons of Presley from Sumner County Tennessee to Simpson, Warren and Barren Counties in Kentucky, support Presley's place within the family as a son of George Settle."


Mary Settle

They lived on land next door to brother William. Her father referred to her as "Molly" in his will.


Salley Dodd

Estate administered 1863, Barren Co. Order Book.


Tillman Huffman

See conflict notes under son-in-law William Settle.


Elizabeth Settle

She was referred to as Betsey in her father's will.


William Willis

In 1810 Barren Co. census, he is shown as 45 years of age, with 2 males 16-26, 2 males 10-16, one under 10, and one female 26-45, two 16-26, two 1-16, and 4 under 10 yearsof age. This indicates the family consisted of 8 daughters and 5 sons. He was on Buck Creek in Barren Co., KY in 1806. Thomas Johnson was paid $2.50 for making William's coffin in December, 1845.

Much information on this family came from a file at the Museum of the Barrens, provided by Martha P. Reneau.

King George Co., VA Deed Book 7, pages 36-37:
THIS INDENTURE made the 4th day of December one thousand seven hundred and eighty four Between WILLIS WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON of County of FAUQUIER of one part of GEORGE MARSHAL of King George County of other part. Witnesseth that WILLIAM WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON for sum of Ninety pounds current money to them in hand paid by GEORGE MARSHALL, by these presents do bargain and sell unto GEORGE MARSHALL his heirs a certain plantation & tract of land situate in Parish of Hanover & County of King George containing by estimation One hundred & seventy 8 acres, which land hereby conveyed or meant to be conveyed lies between the Lands of ELIZABETH THORNTON, MURDOCKs Estate Land and the said GEORGE MARSHALLs Land, containing by estimation one hundred and seventy eight acres. Together with all houses orchards profits and emoluments to said land belonging: and the right title and interest in said Land belonging to any land that WILLIAM WILLIS may have or right to as Heir at Law to his Father, CHARLES WILLIS, deced., or his GrandFather. To have and to hold the plantation and tract of land unto GEORGE MARSHALL his heirs and WILLIAM WILLIS and HESTER JOHNSON and their heirs the plantation and tract of land unto GEORGE MARSHALL and his heirs against every person shall warrant & forever defend by these presents: In Witness whereof WILLIAM WILLIS and HESTER JOHNSON have hereunto put their hands and seals the day and year first mentioned.
WILLIAM WILLIS
HESTER (her X mark) JOHNSON
Sealed & Acknowledged in presence of:
WILLIAM MARSHALL, JOHN MONROE, THOMAS DICKERSON, GEORGE MARSHALL JUNR., JAMES MARSHALL

Received the 4th day of December 1784 the sum of Ninety pounds current money of GEORGE MARSHALL the said sum being the consideration in this deed:
WILLIAM WILLIS
HESTER JOHNSON
Witnesses: WILLIAM MARSHALL, JOHN MONROE, THOMAS DICKERSON, GEORGE MARSHALL, JUNR., JAMES MARSHALL

At a Court held for King George County the 2nd day of June 1785:
This Indented Deed of Bargain & Sale from under the uands & seals of WILLIAM WILLIS & HESTER JOHNSON to GEORGE MARSHALL with the Receipt thereon was presented into Court and proved by the Oaths of three of the witnesses thereto and on the motion of GEORGE MARSHALL was ordered to be recorded.
Test. JOS. ROBINSON, C. Cur.