Can anyone help me with this line of COLLINS?
1846/1847 Collins, Aquilla Inventory Book #N 498, O121, O 145
--January Court 1849 Mason Co KY
--Mentioned as to who bought what: Mason L Collins, Milton P Collins,
Thompson Collins, Mrs. Phoebe Collins, Henry C Collins, John T Collins,
Milton I Collins, Mason T Collins, Canill Collins, Henry Collins,
--March Court 1849 (estate settled) Milton P Collins- Administrator
--Listed: Mason L Collins
I am stuck on this man, Aquilla Collins. Thompson Collins (Erarasmus
Thompson Collins) is my line. I am assuming that Mrs. Phoebe Collins was
the widow, but I have no proof. Haven't found a marriage record.
Thompson Collins married twice. There were two children by the first
marriage (don't have the first wife's name or marriage) & he married in 1850
Mason Co KY, Susan WILLOUGHBY (daughter of Elijah).
Collins, Thompson 1850 Mason Co KY ED 148 District #3 27 August 1850
199-197 Collins, Thompson 31 Farmer KY, Susan 21 KY, Frank F 9 KY, Charles P 7 KY
199-198 Riggs, Morinder 24 Farmer KY
206-206 Collins, Mason 38 Farmer KY, Margaret 31 KY, Mary Jane 5 KY, Millow? 3 KY,
William 11/12 KY
208-208 Collins, David 16 KY w/ __ Riggs
(1860 Mason Co KY ED 118 Orangeburg)
847-847 Collins, Erarasmus T 39 Farmer $--150 KY, Susan 38 KY, Eliza J 10
KY, James A 5 KY, Luther 1 KY
Collins, Thompson 1870 Mason Co KY ED 512 Washington Prec 27 Jul 1870
(Not on index)
--pg 3 Collins, Thompson 51 Laborer KY, Susan 41 KY, Francis 28 Farmer KY,
Liza J 18 KY, James H 14 KY, Luther 10 KY, John 8 KY, Allice 5 KY, George 2 KY
George Thomas Collins is my ancestor. He married Lucy Ellen GLOVER from
Clark Co KY. Family story goes that they went across the Ohio River to get
married to avoid the marriage bond of KY (no $$). I have no marriage record
for them. I know that a Squire was doing marriage on the river - a term
Gretna Green that applies to these types of situations.
Is anyone researching any of the people listed in the inventory?
.------|_______ Robbintina Harrison of Downers Grove IL
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Hello, Do you list in any of your references a listing for a
Soloman(mon) SHEPHERD We are attempting to locate where he may have
migrated from. We do know he married an Elizabeth. He died prior to
1812 in Lewis Co. and she prior to 1816 in Lewis Co. They had 12
children that lived that we know of. Given the known dates we believe
they may have moved here from elsewhere such as Virgina. Any assistance
you may be able to provide would be great.
Mason, Lewis or Fleming Co. Kentucky
e-mail: Msd@Initco.Net Or Ontherun@Aol
I have a WOODS problem in KY. I have a Sarah Woods b 1787 in KY-no
county given- who m Ninian Hamilton in 1803 either in Ky or in the
St Louis area of Mo. Someone said that Mason co had a lot of Woods. When
I tried to post a query, I was told that the site was under
construction. Can you help me? Thans-I am really stuck-also on an
Andrew HAMILTON that m a Penelope ____also of KY> Camp Gilliam
Could You Please Help Me, I Am Looking For Some Information About
MAY. I Have Part Of The Index For History Of Maysville And Mason
Is On Page(S) 96Ff,101, 130, And 137.
Also Who Was William May??
Is There Any Census That Could Tell Me Who John May'S Wife And
Thank You Very Much, Beverly
REDMAN. Anyone with data pertaining to Samuel Redman, especially his parents
and place of birth, etc. He was living with Alfred and Elizabeth BOYD Redman
in Mason Co., 1850, at which time his birthplace given as MD, and age 73. We
believe he may have been brother of Daniel Redman, of Lewis Co., KY. Please
help trace this family.
Jim and Carolyn Innis, Harrison, Ohio email@example.com
Good idea, my Mason Co. surnames are:
COLLINS - late 1700's/early 1800's
KENTON - mid 1700's/late 1700's
OVERBEY - maybe Mason Co/Nicholas Co - late 1700's/mid 1800's
POE\POGUE\POLLOCK - early 1800's?
WELLS - late 1700's
WIGGINS - late 1700's/
I may be a KENTON descendant, but I am a KINTON. The story I have comes from
a Maxine KINTON in Mansfield, OH who kept some family history and did some
research 25+ years ago.
This is an excerpt of her story, "Tradition tells of triplets being born to a
family by the name of KENTON on March 1, 1701. It is probable that thd
father's name was John KENTON. Although the name is of English origin the
family is listed as being in Ireland as early as the 16th century. We know
the names of only two of the triplets, Mark and Thomas, they came to America
at an early age. A Mark KENTON was one of the first lot owners of that
city and county and eventually settled in Virginia and became the father of
Simon KENTON who won fame as an Indian fighter and pioneer in Kentucky.
Thomas KENTON (our ancestor) was living in Oxford township in Philadelphia
and then as of 1737 was trading with the Indians on the Ohio. Thomas KINTON
was issued a warrantee of land in Lancaster (now York) County on a Northern
branch of Bermudian Creek near a place that was called Trent's Gap. It is
significant that Thomas KINTON (as the name was spelled in early records) was
definitely associated with the group known as George Croghan's Irish Traders
and William Trent was Croghan's partner. Later Thomas KINTON married Rachel
CARSON, daughter of John CARSON and Sarah DICKEY.
KINTON traded for land and settled on 600 acres in Bedford, Pennsylvania on a
homestead located at the foot of Wills Mountain a mile or so east of Mann's
Choice. The elevation behind it is called Kinton's Knob. County history
states that Thomas KINTON was the largest land owner when Bedford County was
set off from Cumberland County in 1771. He made his will out in 1777 and
died in 1779. His will mentions his sons, John, Simon and Thomas and two of
his five daughters, Jean and Ann."
This is just part of her family story. Has anyone else heard of this and can
they substantiate it? Is there any other explanation of the relationship of
the KINTON to KENTON? Can this be spread around? Would appreciate hearing
from any other KINTON's.
Enjoy the web page and the family history info, keep up the good work.
Tom Kinton (TKinton650@aol.com)
Wondering if you can help me. The 1850 Mad River twp, Champagne Co. Ohio
census lists Thomas KENTON age 75 (I am working from the assumption that this
is Wiliam and Mary Kenton's son) as H-O-H for hhld nr. 32 on pg 434. Living
with Thomas and "S" Kenton are a family of 5 people, all born in Ohio. This
family looks like 3 generations and I am not sure of the surname. It looks
like it could be MOUSER. The given names are Elizabeth 46, Thomas (K?) 23,
Mary 22, Merrill 8/12, and John 50, in that order. Also listed in this
Thomas Kenton's hhld is Juda Kenton age 23 female. Do you know who these
people are and have I got the right Thomas Kenton? His wife is supposed to
be Kesiah CRUTCHFIELD but the "S" doesn't fit unless it's a nickname or
unless Thomas had more than one wife. Please help.