John Wilhoit

John Wilhoit
  married Nancy (unk)
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	|-James Alfred B. Wilhoit	(probably Wilhoit, James A. Wilhoit "     b. Apr. 21, 1816  d. Aug. 26, 1873 in Willard, Carter Co. KY   buried at Wilhoit Cemetery")
          married Matilda Ann Boggs on Aug. 11, 1841 in Carter Co., Ky.     b. Nov . 2(?), 1820 or 1823       d. Jan  7, 1913 buried at Wilhoit Cemetery or 1889	
		|-Florence WILHOIT 	b.  ABT 1863 in Ky
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		|-Nancy Jane WILHOIT 	b. aft. 1840 in Carter Co., Ky.	d. 1889
		|   married Frank Powers
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		|-Ephraim Boggs WILHOIT 	b. 19 SEP 1842 on Little Fork in Carter, KY   d. Feb. 16, 1919 in Grayson, Carter Co., KY    Liisted as a Lawyer in 1880 Carter Co. KY census.
		|           Source: Paul Boggs: Ephraim Boggs Wilhoit was educated in the public schools of Carter Co., KY and at the Seminary, Mt. Sterling, KY.  A staunch Union man, he 
 		|		enlisted in the Union Army in 1861, Company I, 22nd Regt., KY.,		
 		| 		Inf. and served to the close of the war. He studied law and in 1866 was admitted to the bar at Grayson, KY. Ephraim was one of the 			
   		|          	outstanding lawyers of his time in the state, practicing in the State and Federal courts for more than 50 years with distinction and success. Mr. Wilhoit was 
 		|		commissioned by the Governor  of KY, the Hon. Luke P. Blackburn, as Aide De Camp on his staff with the rank of Colonel and served as such for 4 years. He served 
 		|		as County Atty. for Carter Co., KY 1873-1877. He was a menber of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, a Royal Arch Mason and a member, serving as Master, of 
 		|		Timble Lodge N. 145, F.&A.M., at Grayson. He had seven children. For more details, check out his full history in the Carter County Biographies.  
  		|		Beginning with E.B. and running through the current generation, there has now been an attorney in the Wilhoit family for over 133 years. 
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		|   m1. Alice G. Frizzell 30 Aug. 1867 in Carter Co., Ky.	b. 1845	d. 5 AUG 1881		d/o Alfred H. Frizzell & Edna Scott
		|                  In the right-hand photo, pictured l to r:  Inez WilhoitStrother, Anna Blackburn Wilhoit, holding Junius Wilhoit, E. B. Wilhoit, Marie "Dot" Wilhoit Faulkerson and 
  		|		Calhoun Wilhoit (sitting on floor).   Submitted by  Garrett and Sherry Lowe 
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		|	|-Alfred Frizzell WILHOIT 		b. ABT 1868, Carter Co. KY
		|	|     married Naomi HOLCOMB
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		|	|-Edward WILHOIT 			b. ABT 1870
		|	|-Eustace WILHOIT			b. ABT 1872   per  http://www.oblevins.com/Blevins/D0024/G0002460.html#I25982
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		|	|-Euclid Wilhoit			b. 1872	per  Joyce Hamilton  on Sat, 30 Oct 1999, in response to Euclid WILHOIT, posted by Joyce Hamilton on Sat, 30 Oct 			|	  	1999. Euclid (who was my husband's Grandfather) left Ky. for Colorado, eventually ending up in Detroit where in 1909 he left in a hurry, showing 				|	 	in in Peru, Indiana under the name Leonard R. Creager. He was killed in a railroad accident around 1914. He had one son while living in Colorado, who 
   		|		named Euclid Lawrence Wilhoit-later changed to Creager (my husbands father). Other children were born in Peru, Indiana under the surname Creager.  
  		|		Thanks again, MaryAnn
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		|   m2. Anna Monet Blackburn 19 SEP 1882 in Carter Co., Ky.	d/o John C. C. Blackburn
		|	|-Marie WILHOIT 		b. 9 JAN 1884 in Carter Co. KY
		|	|        married (unk) FULKERSON
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		|	|-Inez Blackburn WILHOIT       aka Inez Boggs Wihoit	b. 3 JUN 1886 in Carter,Ky 
		|	|   married Wickliffe H. STROTHER  in 1907								
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		|	|-Calhoun Blackburn WILHOIT 	b. 17 DEC 1888 
		|	|   married Irene RUPERT
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		|	|-Junius WILHOIT		b. 16 AUG 1894 inCarter,Ky 
		|	    married Helen BURNS
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		|-Nancy Jane WILHOIT 		b. ca1847 in Carter Co., Ky.
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		|-Amanda Ellen WILHOIT 	b. 1849 in Carter Co., KY 
		|   married Elijah H. COX		b: 28 FEB 1844 in Ky 		s/o Odom Seth COX & Sidney Roe
		|	|-Lottie COX 	b: NOV 1877 in Carter,Ky
 		|	|-Robert COX 	b: AUG 1879 in Carter,Ky
 		|	|-Matilda COX 	b: AUG 1881 in Ky
 		|	|-Missouri COX 	b: MAR 1883 in Ky
 		|	|-Lucy COX 		b: APR 1885 in Ky
 		|	|-Henry C. COX 	b: 9 MAY 1887 in Ky
 		|	|-Norma COX 	b: SEP 1892 in Ky
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		|-Mary E. WILHOIT 		b. 18 NOV 1851,Carter, KY 	d. 25 MAR 1888,
		|-Hannah M. WILHOIT 		b. 7 OCT 1855,Carter, KY 	d. 10 OCT 1856,Carter, KY
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		|-John W.  WILHOIT 		b. 9 AUG 1853 in Carter,Ky	d. in Ks.	OCCUPATION: 1880 Carter Co. KY census age 25 Teacher listed with widowed mother.
		|   married (unk) ARMSTRONG
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		|-George W. WILHOIT 		b. 7 DEC 1859,Carter, KY		on 1900 Olive Hill, Carter Co., Ky. census, Ancestry.com image #2
		|   married Senie (unk) in 1888	(probably Dulcena Armstrong)	b. April 1864
		|	|-Norma A. Wilhoit	b. Sept. 1889 in Ky.
		|	|-Lenore Wilhoit	b. Sept. 1891 in Ky.
		|	|-George D. Wilhoit	b. May 1898 in Ky.
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		|-Myrtle WILHOIT		b. ca1862,Carter, KY 		d. 15 JAN 1891, 
		|   married J. H. ARMSTRONG Jr.,
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		|-Francis M./N./A."Fannie"  Wilhoit	b. ABT 1844 in Carter,Ky 	d. 26 JUN 1920 in Kenton,Ky
		|   married George W. Grizzell										
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		|-James Buchanan Wilhoit		b. March 6, 1857 	d. April 5, 1919 	buried at Old Grayson Cem.   photo
			OCCUPATION: Prominent lawyer-commonwealth attorney for 12 th District. 1880 Carter Co. KY census age 23 b. KY-Teacher- listed with widowed mother.
			The following biography of James B. Wilhoit appeared in "A History of Ky. and Kentuckians" by E. Polk Johnson, Volume II, Page 764-765,  published 1912 by The 
    			Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago--New York. 
			"James B. Wilhoit, who is the present able incumbent of the office of commonwealth attorney for the Twentieth judicial district of Ky., is a man of prominence in 
  			legal and political affairs in the Blue Grass state, where he has served in various public offices of trust, in all of which he has acquitted himself with honor and     
   			distinction.  He was born in Carter Co., Ky., on the 6th of March, 1857, and is a son of Alfred A. Wilhoit and Matilda Boggs, the former of whom was born and reared    
  			in Bath County and the latter of whom is a native of 
			Virginia, whence she accompanied her parents to Carter Co., Ky., when a mere child. John Wilhoit, grandfather of him whose name initiates this review, was born in 
    			Germany and was one of four brothers who settled in Virginia in an early day.  He was one of the pioneer settlers in Bath Co., this state, and he was identified with 
  			agricultural pursuits during the greater part of his active business career.  Alfred A. Wilhoit, father of James B., of this review, was a farmer by vocation and after his    
   			marriage located on a farm in Carter Co., where 	he passed the residue of his life, his death occurring in August 1873, at the age of fifty-six years.  His widow survives    
  			him, and now maintains her home in Carter County.  As previously stated, Mrs. Wilhoit was a child at the time of her parents' removal to Ky., this event having 
   			occurred in the early '20s.  She became the mother of twelve children, five of whom are 	living.      James B. Wilhoit was the tenth in order of birth of the twelve 
  			children referred to above and he was reared to the sturdy discipline of the home farm in Carter Co., to whose common schools he is indebted for his preliminary 
  			educational training, later supplementing this by a course of study in the Ky. Normal College, at Carlisle, and after its completion he taught school in his native and 
 			adjoining counties for a period of twelve years.  In the meantime he had devoted his spare time to the study of law, being admitted to the bar in Greenup 	County 
  			in 1880.  He initiated his legal practice at Willard, this state, and after a three-years' residence there located at Grayson, Carter Co., in which latter place he 
 			maintained his home for the ensuing fifteen years.  In 1898, he was appointed supervisor of forestry by President McKinley and in connection with the duties of this 
  			office he passed two years in New Mexico. In January, 1900, he located at Greenup, Ky., where he resumed the practice of his profession and where he entered into a    
  			partnership alliance with Colonel W. J. Worthington, this firm doing business together until 1902, in October of which year Mr. Wilhoit established his home at 
 			Ashland, where he has built up a large and lucrative clientage and where his success has been on a parity with his well directed efforts.  He is a versatile and skilled 
  			trial lawyer and a well-fortified counselor and has figured prominently in many important cases in both the state and federal courts.         In politics Mr. Wilhoit is 
 			aligned as a stalwart supporter of the cause of the Republican Party and for many years he has been active in party affairs.  While a resident of Carter County he 
 			served nearly five years as county attorney.  In 1896 he was Republican elector, voting three times for President McKinley--in the congressional convention, at the 
 			election which followed and in the electoral college. In 1903 he was Republican candidate for the office of lieutenant governor of Ky. but met with defeat in the 
 			election, which 	followed.  In 1904 he was candidate for elector at large but failed of election.  In 1907 he was chosen commonwealth attorney for the Twentieth 
 			judicial district of Ky., comprising Boyd, Greenup and Lewis Counties, to fill an unexpired term of two years, due to redistricting by the legislature.  In 1909 he was 
 			re-elected to this office for a term of six years.  He is a man of broad learning and great capacity and in all his dealings he is recognized as a man of fair and honorable 
 			methods and as a man of unquestioned integrity.  He is affiliated with  various professional and fraternal organizations of representative character and both he and his 
 			wife are loyal Christian Scientists in their religious faith.      Mr. Wilhoit has been twice married.  He first wedded Miss Callie Boldman, the ceremony being 
 			performed in 1881.  She was a native of Sciota Co., Ohio, and was summoned to the life eternal on the 26th of  February 1894.  She is survived by two sons--James 
 			Leroy resides in Frankfort, Ky., where he is rate clerk of the railway commission; and William E. is a druggist at Maysville, Mason Co., Ky.. After the death of his 
 			first wife, Mr. Wilhoit was united in marriage to Miss Marguerite Osenton, a native of Sciota Co., Ohio, whence she came to Carter Co when young.  No children have been born of this union." 	    Submitted by  Garrett and Sherry Lowe
		   m1. Callie Bowman/Boldman in 1881	b. July 27, 1853	d. Feb 26,1894   buried at Old Grayson Cemetery	photo
			|-James De Ray Wilhoit
			|-William E. Wilhoit
		
	     	   m2. Marguerite Rupert/Osenton    (may be "Marguet Wilhoit  b. 1862  d. 1949  buried at Grayson Cemetery")

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