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Big: Johnathan G Miller, with is brother Ezra, enlisted and fought in the Civil War, known today as the War Between the States. Johnathan enlisted August 2, 1862, Company B, 23rd Infantry, a native of Indiana. He was discharged at the close of the war. His pension number is 377,552. (This information was copied from American Patriotism Memoires of Common Men, by Leonard Brown. I own this book, which was presented to my grandfather by Mary Van Dorn, a relative of the family. I also have the discharge certificates of Johnathan G. Miller from the Civil War.) 
Miller, Johnathan G (I552)
 
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Big’s notes list name as Sarah Huff. “Descendants of Abraham Arnold Key” list name as Martha G. Huff 
Huff, Martha G. Sarah (I142)
 
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born in England, came to America, first to Ohio, then to Iowa 
Crabtree, Sarah (I107)
 
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Cherokee Indian 
"Nikiti", (Hannah Rebecca) (I684)
 
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From WFT Vol. 3 - 
Carr, William D (I314)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cowley, William Eugene (I532)
 
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Grandfather of Pres. Lincoln

Killed by the Indians 
Lincoln, Abraham (I326)
 
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Grandson was President Lincoln. Bathsheba married Capt. Abraham Lincoln in Virginia, accompanied him over the hills to Kentucky and worked by his side to create a landed estate until he was killed by the Indians in May 1786 
Herring, Bathsheba (I385)
 
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had 13 children; Big could only remeber the 6 noted 
Miller, John (I199)
 
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The Peter Miller family made the voyage from Europe to America when young Peter was just a small boy. His mother died en route and was buried at sea. His father died shortly after arrival in America, leaving Peter with only the clothes he was wearing. They came on a sailboat. My Aunt Jessie Miller Blaine said that it was “The Good Ship Hope.” Records show that Peter and Mary Miller could have been on one of three shipw which arrived from 1765 to 1767. 
Miller, Peter (I2)
 
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WESLEY H. COWLEY

Wesley H. Cowley, 99, Vine Grove, died March 28, 2007, at Hardin Memorial Hospital, Elizabethtown.

He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1933. He served in the Army during World War II and retired from the U. S. Army Reserves as a colonel. He also retired from civil service at Fort Knox as the deputy post engineer after 35 years of service. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi, Vine Grove United Methodist Church and served Vine Grove and Hardin County in various civic organizations.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Edythe Arms Cowley; a daughter, Maud Emma Irwin; a sister, Margaret Montgomery; and a brother, William Eugene Cowley.

Mr. Cowley is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Margaret “Sis” and Don Jones, Buffalo Grove, Ill.; a son and daughter-in-law, Wesley Herman and Gina Cowley, Lakeland, Fla.; 10 grandchildren, Stephen Irwin, Scott Irwin, Sean Irwin, Wesley Cowley Jr., Matthew Cowley, Wesley Stuart Jones, Shannon Lagarde, Sarah Jones, Caroline Krotzer and Jessica Cowley; 12 great-grandchildren; and a sister-in-law, Margie Cowley.

Funeral services were held April 1 from Vine Grove United Methodist Church with Rev. Sam Willis officiating. Burial was in the Garnettsville Cemetery, Muldraugh, directed by Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home, Vine Grove.

Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 11700 Commonwealth Dr., Suite 500, Louisville KY 40299.

Condolences may be expresed onlined at www.nebfh.com.

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Cowley, Wesley Henderson (I579)
 
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WFT Vol 3 on Cassandra shows David being born in Tenn. Other infocorrelates, but the place of birth. 
Carr, David (I465)
 
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YOUNG, John Sr. L M f 135
29 July 1820
L 3 p 98 22 Aug 1820
Daus: Rebecca Douglass, Eleanor Young, Sarah Cowley
Sons; John Young Jr. Benjamin Young, dec'd.
Grdau,; Harriot B. Pack
EX: Son John Jr.
WIT: Abraham Jones, Charles Willson, Aeneas Belt
"Abstract of Wills, Montgomery County, MD 1776-1825," Malloy, Sween &Manuel,
1977. 
Young, John (I196)
 
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.Hugh and Catherine lived at the Forks of Elkhorn and old deeds mentionSanders' tavern and fish dam. The road from the Forks to theFrankfort-Versailles road was known as Sanders Mill and Steele's FerryRoad. . Other information from. 
SANDERS, Hugh (I478)
 
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Also called Nancy. 
MOXLEY, Ann (I274)
 
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At the marriage of Benjamin and Lucy, the father of Lucy was stated to beEdward Arms (deceased) and the security and witness was Josiah Arms, 
ARMES, Lucinda (Lucy) (I12)
 
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Based on- and. Enlisted in Co F, 30th Kentucky Mounted Infantry (UnionArmy) on 15 Dec 1863 at Grayson Co, KY and was mustered in on 19 Feb1864. Discharged on 18 Apr 1865 with the rank of corporal. He isdescribed in his military record as
being 5' 6" tall, grey eyes, dark hair, and dark complexion. Marriagedate from. Farmed with Researn Sanders, b. about 1833, in 1850.Children's birth dates from questionnaire attached to Nathaniel's pensionvoucher. 
SANDERS, Nathaniel (I447)
 
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Bondsman was Nathaniel Sanders Jr. 
SANDERS, Hugh (I254)
 
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Charles was in Franklin Co in 1798. 
SANDERS, Charles (I677)
 
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Died between 8 May 1744 and 30 Oct 1744. Data from 
MOXLEY, William (I276)
 
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Event 1: 
ARMS, Ora Thomas (I114)
 
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Event 1: 
ARMS, Walter Herman (I292)
 
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Franklin Co birth records show Nancy was born to Nathaniel and Maria on22 Jan 1852. 
SANDERS, Nancy C (I460)
 
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George was in Owen Co in 1826. 
SANDERS, George W (I374)
 
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In Henry Co 1800 
SHUCK, William (I364)
 
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In Henry Co 1800 
SHUCK, Mathias (I715)
 
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In Henry Co, 1800 
SHUCK, Andrew (I266)
 
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Information is from family records and. In Henry Co, Pendleton Precinctin 1900. 
MADDOX, Zachary Taylor (I53)
 
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James was in Owen in 1826. A James Sandeers died in Owen in 1834; hiswill named the wife and children listed here. 
SANDERS, James (I418)
 
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John moved his family from Grayson Co. to Louisville about 1898. 
ARMS, John Warren (I620)
 
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John was in Scott in 1794 and in Gallatin in 1801. Most information from. 
SANDERS, John (I298)
 
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Lester entered the army in 1899. He saw service in Cube in the Spanish-American War and later in the Phillipines, In 1918, he requested atransfer form a disciplinary company on Governor's Island and wentoverseas with the 39th Infantry. He
was soon sent to OCS and commissioned a 2nd Lt. He was assigned to Co H,167th Inf Rgt, 42nd Div. He was killed in action on 14 Oct 1918. Hisunit was at Bois de Xeromont, France on that date. He is buried in PlotG, Row 23, Grave 16,
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France., 
ARMS, Lester Arthur (I86)
 
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Lived in Breckenridge Co., KY 
SMITH, Fannie (I88)
 
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Lived in Lyons, KY qt time of Herbert's death. 
MADDOX, Nanie Artimissey (I230)
 
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Living in Amelia Co, VA in 1782. Information from. 
ARMES, Edward (I382)
 
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Mary Ellen was alive in May 1898 according to Nathaniel's statement tothe Bureau of Pensions, But she was not listed in Z. Maddox's 1900 census. 
SANDERS, Mary Ellen (I466)
 
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Mostly based on family records and, also,, and.

Archelous moved to Henry Co., KY in 1835. Archelous and Elizabeth livedin Henry Co. until 1859, when they moved to Grayson Co. Elizabeth died inSep 1879. On 1 Jan 1883, Archelous moved to Daviess Co. and marriedSarah Brooks on 13 Jan 1883.
Sarah owned a farm 1 mile west of Owensborough where they resided.Archelous owned a farm of 127 acres worth about $2000. 
MITCHELL, Archelous (I215)
 
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Nathaniel Brewer was the bondsman for the marriage. 
Margaret (I607)
 
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Nathaniel in Franklin Co, 1818. The same Nath'l who married ReubieSanders? 
SANDERS, Nathaniel (I112)
 
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Obituary from Lexington Reporter, 10/30/1826: Nathaniel Sanders Sr.ofGallatin Co.. A soldier in the Revolution, d. Oct 1826, age 84. 
SANDERS, Nathaniel (I227)
 
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Robert was in Owen in 1826. One Robert Sanders married Nancy Blanton inGallatin Co, 1815. 
SANDERS, Robert (I242)
 
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Robert was in Woodford in 1790. The will of Robert Sanders in Scott Co,1805 mentions his children. 
SANDERS, Robert (I633)
 
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Shortly after brother Micajah married in 1797, he moved to Grainger Co,TN. About 1813, he moved to Breckenridge Co, KY. Brother Daniel served3 tours of duty in the war of 1812, enlisting each time from BotetourtCo, VA. Shortly after the
war he moved to Breckenridge Co, KY. Josiah moved to Breckenridge Coabout 1830. Sister Lucy and Ben McCoy moved to Illinois in 1832. Bendisappeared on a hunting trip and Lucy moved back to Breckenridge Co.Tony Armes has Josiah's birth as
1782. 
ARMES, Josiah (I46)
 
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The same James who married Jane H? 
SANDERS, James (I678)
 
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The same William who married Hannah H.? 
SANDERS, William (I74)
 
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Thomas moved to Keetsville, MO. 
SMITH, Thomas (I651)
 
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When Nathaniel and Maria married, mother was listed as Margaret Brewer,bondsman as Nathaniel Brewer. Emma Brewer given as mother on DeathCertificate. 
BREWER, Mariah (I70)
 
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Will of Joseph Moxley 4 Sep 1792. Wife Margaret. Legatees: CorneliusConnelly (son-in-law), Penny Neal (g dau), Roaham (Rodham) Neal (g son),Margaret Connelly (g dau). Executors:sons Joseph and Samuel. Witness:William Moxley. 
MOXLEY, Joseph (I407)
 
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William was a Freemason. He enlisted for 3 years in Co B, 27th KentuckyVolunteer Infantry on 20 October 1861. He was discharged for disability(double hernia) on 7 March 1863. He was 6' 2" tall, dark hair, darkcomplexion, and blue eyes.
On his headstone, it says that Wm was the son of Josiah Arms and Sarah(McCoy) Arms. 
ARMES, William McDaniel (I682)
 
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From Basham web site

1820 Census Breck County Ky Page 237 000111 01111 1830 Census BreckCounty Ky Page 66 010000001 00000001
1840 Census Breck County Ky Page 447 000100101 000011 Named As Parent OfLittleberry Basham Basham Document
No 8 Family Group Sheet From Rita Basham Kryter Info From Ruby BashamAldridge Letter Bedford County Va Personal
Property Tax Lists Starting 1789 Cemetery Info In Breckenridge Co KyCemeteries; Vol I Copy Of Marriage Bond In
Bedford County Virginia File
WILL OF BARTLETT ANGEL BASHAM I Bartlett Angel Basham Jr knowing that isis appointed once for all men to die. I
do make this my last will and testament in manner following to wit: Iwish in the first place all my just debts and funeral expenses
paid out of my estate. The remainder of my estate both real and personalI give unto my beloved wife and partner in life, Nancy
Basham to use and dispose of as she may choose to her and her heirs ordivisees forever. But should her death happen first
then and in that event this my last will and testament to be null andvoid. And lastly I appoint my wife Nancy Basham my sole
executrix of this my last will and testament. And as I am not involved inany way it is my request that the Court who may take
the probate of this will and grant my executrix letter testimentary willdo so withso without requiring security of her. This request
is made under a firm belief that the rights of no one will be injuredthereby. As I am not concerned of being involved an any way
whatever in testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this17th day of June 1836. Signed sealed and
acknowledged in presence of Joe Allen Jess W Kencheloe Bartlett A BashamB F Timothy I Bartlett A Basham still being of
sound mind and disposing memory do make this a codicil or addition to mylast will as above made all of which I do not state
express my wish and desire and in addition to said will. I desire thatafter the death of of my wife Nancy Basham that all of my
real and personal estate should be sold on one, two, and three yearscredits and the proceeds thereof to be given to the
Kentucky Missionary Society. Notes with good security is to be taken forall property sold to the Kentucky Missionary
Society except enough to pay all my debts and funeral expenses of my wifeNancy Basham, it is my desire and wish as before
stated that all such sum or sums of money arising from the said of mypersonal and real estate which I hereby authorize to be
sold, should be solely for the benefit of the said Missionary Society inwitness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the
ninth day of July 1846. It is interlined before, signed, sealed andacknowledged before us. V Daniel Nathan Board B A
Basham 
Basham, Bartlett Angel (I160)
 

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