Suggett - Bradley Family Bible
Scott County, Kentucky
was copied by my niece, Katherine S. Bradley, from the old Bible now (1932)
in my possession
Signed A. M. Bradley, Jr., Georgetown, Kentucky
John Suggett and Milley Davis were married July 15th 1772; he was 21 years of age an she 14.
Suggett was born June 1751
W. Bradley was born Jany 22and 1786
W. Bradley and Sallie Suggett were married the 4th day of April
Suggett, the wife of John Suggett, departed this life 11th of July 1834 in
the 77th year of her age.
S. Bradley departed this life the 19th day of June 1816 aged 6 yrs. 6 months
and twenty-five days
paper in possession of Mrs. Anne Payne Coffman in Georgetown, Kentucky. It
belonged to her father, Judge George Viley Payne, and was dictated by John
Wickliffe Bradley and written by my father, J. N. Bradley in
(Signed Katherine S. Bradley, Georgetown, Kentucky - copied 1932)
This information is from J. Wick Bradley 80 years of age this 24th ____, 1898. (signed Geo. V. Payne)
John Suggett and his wife Mildred (Davis) lived in Scott County, KY., at what is now known as the John F. Payne place.
James Suggett (a noted Baptist Preacher) who married ___ Cason and lived at what is now known as the John Duncan place on Cane Run in Scott County, KY.
William Suggett, Sr., who lived on the hill in the old brick house, now standing on the office road on Can Run. His children were Lewis C. Suggett, David Suggett, Wm. Suggett, Jr., George Suggett (who died in Ark. in the regular army - a Lieutenant), Dr. James Suggett, Jemima, who married Andrew Johnson, Ann Eliza who married Jeptha Bradley, Polly who married W. C. Craig, Lutitia who married ___ Glenn.
Betsy Suggett who married David Thomson who lived at what is now known as the Dick West place on Can Run Road in Scott County, KY. Her children were Manlius Thomson, Mentor Thomson, Milton Thomson, Monroe Thomson, Morton Thomson, Elvira Thomson married ____Major, Malceny Thomas ____ ___ Melita Thomson.
Katie Suggett who married John I. Johnson (son of Cave Johnson of Boone Co., KY) lived at what is known as the Cave place on Cane Run in Scott Co., KY. Her children were Harriett who married Jack Craig of Woodford Co., Polly Ann Johnson who married Wm. McCl--ney, Juliette Johnson who married Richard Branham and Kittie Johnson who died unmarried.
Polly Suggett who married Samuel Viley and lived at what is now known the Milton Viley place in Scott Co., KY. Her children were Geo. W. Viley, who married Willina Green, Albina Viley married Wm. Payne and Milton Viley who married Susan Long.
Sallie Suggett who married J. W. Bradley, Sr. and lived on Cane Run in Scott Co., KY. at what is known as the Bradley place. Her children were Amanda who married Mordica Offutt, Eliza Ann who married Jordan Peak, J. W. Bradley, Jr. (who is now giving this genealogy), Alfred M. Bradley, Anderville S. Bradley, Benj. F. Bradley, James S. Bradley and Leo S. Bradley (both of whom died young man).
John (Jack) Suggett who married Capt. Newt. Craig's sister and lived adjoining him in Scott Co., KY and moved to MO at an early day.
Edgecomb Suggett who lived at the old home place Scott Co., KY and was married twice, first Miss Nash and second Miss Sweatman. His children were Lutitia by his first wife who married Geo. Peak son of Jordan Peak - and Cynthia by second wife who married John Duncan.
Milton Suggett who lived at the Crossing of the Ironworks road and Georgetown and Payne depot roads (the old house still standing) - he married Miss Anna Craig of Boone Co, KY. His children were Manlius and Marcellus (twins), Vienna who married __ and went to Ark. and Bettie who died unmarried. Manlius married Sallie Peak and Marcellus is a bachelor.
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