T. H. Maddox (1807-1870)
2) Isaac Kent, Jr. (1806-1867)
3) Sarah Livsey (1857-1865)
4) John H. Livsey (1849-1873)
5) Mary A. Livsey (1826-1875)
6) John Gahall (1803-1867)
7) William Kent (1871-?)
8) Alameda Gahall (1834-1862)
9) Isaphena Hinds (1818-1863)
10) Isaac Kent, Sr. (1772-1837)
11) Lucy Kent (1774-1847)
12) Base John Kent (Maybe)
13) Catherine Kent (1795-1854)
14) Solomon Giles (1845-1846)
15) Mary A. Lower (1824-1882)
#1, T. H. Maddox, there is a Nancy Maddox enumerated in
the 1870 federal census for Warren County, MO:
28th of July, 1870, Elk horn Township, Warren Co., MO, PO
Warrenton, pg 10 HH 79/66
Maddox, Nancy 67 VA Keeping house 1000/1000
Owens, William _?_ TN Farmer 0/100
Note, T. H. Maddox would have been abt. 63 in 1870 when
he passed away. I have listed Nancy as a possible
connection (widow?) to T. H. Maddox. This is the only
Maddox family I was able to locate in 1870, the year of
T. H. Maddoxs death, in the Warren County vicinity.
Regarding #2, Isaac Kent, Jr., Isaac was the son of Isaac
& Lucy (Hopkins) Kent.
"Pioneer Families of Missouri", by Wm. Bryan & Robert
Rose, pub. by Bryan, Brand & Co., St. Louis, MO.,
1876. pgs 219
they [Isaac and Lucy Kent] had
- John, William, Jane, Andrew, Robert, Elizabeth, Polly,
Thomas, **ISAAC**, Dozier, Louisa, and Lucinda.
"History of Warren County"
The first county court was organized on the 20th of May,
1833, at the house of MORDECAI MORGAN, not far from the
future town of Warrenton. The members of this court were
TILMAN CULLUM, President; MORGAN BRYAN and THOMAS N.
GRAVES. ABSALOM HAYS was sheriff, CARTY WELLS, clerk, and
WALTER DILLON, deputy clerk. JAMES PITZER was county
The first grand jury of Warren Co. was
composed of THOMAS TALBOTT, foreman; GRIEF STEWART,
SAMUEL DOHERTY, BENONI MCCLURE, ANDREW G. LONG, **ISAAC
KENT, JR.**, WILLIAM CAMRON, JAMES MILLER, EDWARD
PLEASANT, TURNER ROUNDTREE, JONATHAN D. GORDON, BENJAMIN
HUTCHINSON, W. A. BURTON, THOMAS CHAMBERS, GEORGE CLAY,
JAMES B. GRAVES, JOHN B. SHAW and JARED IRVINE.
1850 Warren Co. MO Census, pg. 67A, HH 599
Isaac Kent 44 KY b. abt. 1806
Diann 38 MO
Susan 18 MO
Missouri 17 MO
Pleasant 15 MO
Joseph 13 MO
Sarah 7 MO
Benjamin 3 MO
Regarding #6 John Gahall/Cahall & #15 Mary A.
Lowe. I found both enumerated in the 1860 federal census
for Warren County:
4th of June, 1860, Elkhorn Township, Warren Co., MO, PO
Pg. 3, HH 18/18
John Cahall 57 VA Farmer 2400/1000 b. abt. 1803 a
nice fit in terms of birth date and given name!
Rahiel? 49 NC
Sallie 22 KY
Elizabeth 18 MO
John 15 MO
George 12 MO
Pg. 5, HH 33/33
J. Z. Kent 40 b. MO
Mary E. _?_ KY
__?__ 29 MO
Mary A. Lowe 37 MO [See notes listed below,
Regarding Mary A. Lowe #15.]
William _?_ 14 MO
Julia Ann 10 MO
Margaret 9 MO
__?_kirk 7 MO
__?__ A. 5 MO
John Henry 1 MO
Regarding #9, Isaphena Hinds. I have been able to find
only one Hinds family that is in close proximity to the
Isaac Kent family and Cemetery. I do not know if there is
any connection between this family and the above listed
11th of August, 1860, federal census, Warren County, MO,
Charrette township, PO Marthasville, HH 1382/1376:
Levy Hinds 49 Tenn Farmer 450/200
Matilda 44 KY [b. abt. 1816 the above listed
Isaphena was b. 1818]
James 21 MO
Frances M. 19 MO
Sarah C. 17 MO
__?___ 15 MO
Peter 12 MO
Melissa 4 MO
Regarding #10 & #11, Isaac Kent and Lucy Kent.
This is Isaac Kent of KY and his wife Lucy (Hopkins)
Kent. "Pioneer Families of Missouri", by Wm.
Bryan & Robert Rose, pub. by Bryan, Brand & Co.,
St. Louis, MO., 1876. pgs 219: Subject - Kent:
Isaac Kent, of Kentucky, lost his parents when he was
quite young, and was "bound out" to be
raised. When he was of age he married Lucy Hopkins,
and they had - John, William, Jane, Andrew, Robert,
Elizabeth, Polly, Thomas, Issac, Dozier, Louisa, and
Lucinda. Mr. Kent came to Missouri and settled in
Warren county in 1819. His son John married
Catharine Zumwalt. William married Mary A. Zumwalt, and
was killed by Waller Graves, who was insane, at the house
of Newton Howell, on the 2d of October, 1830. Andrew Kent
enlisted as a soldier in the Mexican war, and was burned
to death in one of the forts captured by the
Americans. Robert, Elizabeth, Issac, Polly, and
Thomas all moved to Oregon. John Kent was a ranger
in Callaway's company.
Regarding #13 & #14, John and Catharine listed in the
above bio of Isaac Kent, are probably the John and
Catharine Kent listed in the Isaac Kent Cemetery.
Regarding #15, Mary A. Lowe. William Kent was murdered in
1830 and his widow would have been Mary A. (Zumwalt) Kent
per Isaac Kents bio. Is it possible that the Mary
A. Lowe listed in the above census & cemetery
enumeration may have been the widow of William Kent who
has remarried? Note, she living next door to J. Z. Kent!
Perhaps a descendant or researcher of this family could
help us. While although Polly is often used in
place of Mary, I doubt the above Mary A. Lowe is Polly
Kent - daughter of Isaac and Lucy Kent. Polly is noted in
her fathers Will as Polly Crow.
Kent, Isaac, Senr., Warren Co., MO, will dated, Dec.
Wife, Lucy Kent - property to her for
lifetime. [Wife to give to his daughter]
Polly Crow what she may think will maker her equal
to what his other children have received in personal
property. At wife's death, property to be divided equally
between all children, the heirs of those that are dead to
receive their parent's share. Has already divided landed
property among his children. Exrx., Lucy Kent. Wit.
John Woodlan & Turner Rountree. Filed 13 Dec. 1837.