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Desc if Ephraim and Susannah Overton

If you are interested in a book Descendants of Ephriam b. Virginia and Susannah it is now available. Parents of five known children: 1) Eli D who married Alsey Erwin, died and buried in Iowa 2) William O. married Susannah C. Garries, died and buried in Iowa 3)Ephraim Jr. married Elizabeth Partain, believed to have died in Indiana 4) Susannah Overton who married David Spencer, in Indiana, burial location unknown, and 5) Jane Overton who married Cyrus P. Deaton, buried in Iowa.

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Desc of Asa Reid and Winney Castleberry

If you are interested in a book on the Descendants of Asa Reid and Winney Castleberry, of Conway Co., Arkansas email me
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Books are sprial bound, soft cover contain data, stories, documents and many photos

Asa son of George Reid and Jane Gaston the progentor of the Arkansas Reid family had eight children:
1) Sarah Jane Reid-Roper (mother of 11)
2) Jane Reid-Arnold, (mother of 8)
3) Davis Ogle Reid
4) Mathew Gaston Reid (father of 4)
5) Rhesa Reid,
6) Henry Reid (father of 19 yes 19)
7) Francis Marion Reid
8) George W. Reid (father of 2)

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Desc of Asa Reid and Winney Castlebery

Updating the Desc of Asa and Winney, and if you have updated info you would like in the book, need to get it in ASAP

email it to whiteroof@hotmail.com

Thanks to all
Kaye

Ephriam Overton b. 1775 in Virginia

Family migration, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa
Overton Kith Kin and You a 300 page book on this line is now available.

Lugar connections

Which Lugar line do you descend from. I am willing to bet you come from the Adam Lugar line, and I would love to get you into the data base, if I don't already have you there.

My direct line is
Kaye Graves Overton-VanFleet
Charles Graves and Living Reid
Twila Lugar and Fletcher Graves
Charles C. Lugar and Viola Pearcy
James Andrew Lugar and Sarah Jane 'Jennie' Carr
Joseph Lugar Sr. and Mary Wilson
George Lugar and Margaret Echols
Adam Lugar and Anna Margaret 'Polly' Clapp

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Overton Kin

I will gladly field any questions on the Desc. of Ephraim and Susannah Overton.

Overton Kin

I will gladly field any questions on the Desc. of Ephraim and Susannah Overton.

Sample page of Graves Kith Kin and You

THOMAS1 GRAVES was born Abt. 1648 in Derby/Darby, England. He married ??? WHITESETT.

Notes for THOMAS GRAVES:
We strongly need to research and document, if at all possible the birth place of Thomas. At this time we have nothing to show proof positive the homeland of our ancestors, be it England or Ireland, or even possibly Wales.

"Genealogical History of the State of Delaware" Thomas Graves purchased the 100 acre plantation of Benjamin Acton 2 Feb. 1701/2 situated at the head of Salem Creek in Pilesgrove Twp., part of 1500 acres Acton bought in 1695 from William Hall. His brother-in-law, Aquilla Barber, bought 125 acres of this same tract adjoining him on 20 Aug. 1703. This land was not far from the present site of Woodstown, Salem Co.., NJ. (According to notes in the Bertha BcGeehan Collection in the Gen. Soc. of Pa. Library: Thomas Graves of Oxford Philadelphia Co., PA., bought land on Alloways Creek, Salem Co., NJ on 28 March 1685. (NOTE: Aquilla Barber would not be his brother in law, but the brother of his daughter in law)
Thomas lived in New Castle Co., Delaware. He probably died before his son, Samuel, came into possession of his land in 1700.

Thomas is thought by some to have come from Lynn, Mass. about 1690. As his son Thomas Graves, Jr. of Salem Co., N.J. married a New England woman and his son Samuel Graves married a widow of a Lynn man who had moved to N.J., some support for this supposition is supplied. (Note that in the discussion of Samuel, there is no information provided to support this statement that he married the widow of a Lynn man; evidence is needed.)

In the tax list for 1693 for Sussex Co., Pa. (now Delaware) there appears the name of a Thomas Graves who owned 300 acres of land and is listed with children. For a time he was thought to be the father of the four children listed below (for Thomas Graves of New Castle Co.), but careful examination of the land records of Sussex Co. proves him to be another man who did not die until after 1712 and seems to have had but one son, Thomas Graves, Jr. (Who is this Thomas Graves of Sussex Co.?) In contrast, as stated above, the Thomas of New Castle Co. must have died before 1700. Thomas Graves of Sussex Co. was there as early as 1680, as he is named in a census of that year and had a grant of land from the court at Lewes that year.

In a Genealogical History of the State of Delaware, as quoted by John Card Graves, appears the following. "Among the first settlers of New Castle County were the ancestors of the Graves family. They were of English descent. Thomas Grave (for so was the name sometimes spelled two centuries ago) was the first of the family to come to America. He was a typical English gentleman, possessed of means, a sturdy constitution, and a hearty love of the chase. He founded his home at Christiana Hundred in 1691, purchasing for that purpose 500 acres of land, part of which he used as a game preserve. He was fond of hunting deer and foxes which made their habitation on his property, and hunting parties he gave were famous for good sport. He died on his farm."

Samuel Graves and Thomas Graves were living in Sussex Co., Pa. (now Delaware) in 1693. The names of the two brothers appear upon the tax list of that year, each paying 6 d. tax having no real estate. (If Samuel and Thomas paid tax in 1693, it would seem that they should have been born before 1677 and 1680, since they would have only been 16 and 13 years of age. See also the comment in the section on Thomas Graves who was supposedly born 1680.) Widow Wynne is taxed on a 200 acre plantation the same year, and her stepson Jonathan Wynne is taxed 6 d. in the same year. Jonathan Wynne about 1695 married Sarah Graves, a sister of the above two brothers, as is proved by the Friends Meeting minutes in regard to the marriage of Jonathan Wynne's daughter Sidney to her first cousin Samuel Graves, Jr., son of the above Samuel Graves, in 1732. Another brother, Thomas Graves, lived in Salem Co., N.J. as early as 1698, where he is witness to a will dated that year. (Why is Thomas Graves referred to as "another brother", since Thomas was already mentioned as a brother?) Samuel Graves, Sr. about 1700 moved to a tract of land in New Castle Co. which seems to have belonged to Thomas Graves as early as 1691. In a survey of adjacent lands in 1691, it refers to the line of Thomas Graves' lands, and it is reasonable to suppose that he was the father of these children.

Children - Graves

+2. Samuel Graves, b.c. 1670, m. Sarah Bezer, June 1702, d. 5 Oct. 1741.

+3. Sarah Graves, m. Jonathan Wynne, c. 1696, d. 27 April 174-.

4. John Graves; living in Sussex Co. in 1693.

+5. Thomas Graves, b.c. 1680, m. Ann Barber, c. 1703, d. 1714


Children of THOMAS GRAVES and ??? WHITESETT are:
2. i. SARAH2 GRAVES, b. Oct 1669, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or Weathersfield, Hartford, Connecticut; d. 27 Feb 1743/44, Chester Co., Pennsylvania.
3. ii. SAMUEL GRAVES/GREAVES, b. Abt. 1670, probably Ireland; d. 05 Oct 1741, New Castle Co., Delaware.
4. iii. THOMAS GRAVES, b. Abt. 1680; d. 1714, Pilesgrove Twp., Salem Co., New Jersey.
iv. JOHN GRAVES, b. Abt. 1682.


Generation No. 2

2. SARAH2 GRAVES (THOMAS1) was born Oct 1669 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or Weathersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, and died 27 Feb 1743/44 in Chester Co., Pennsylvania. She married JONATHAN WYNNE1 1694 in Arch Street Meeting, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, son of THOMAS WYNNE and MARTHA BUTTALL. He was born Abt. 1669 in Bron Fadoc (Estate), Caerwys (Twp.,.), Ysceifiog (Parish), Flintshire (Co.), North Wales, and died 28 Feb 1719/20 in Wynnestay, Blockley Twp., Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.

Notes for SARAH GRAVES:
Sarah and Thomas were cousins.

Records of Merion (PA) Meeting
Sarah Wynne, widow to Jonathan Wynne, 2 d Mo. 27, 1744. Her maiden
name was Sarah Greaves. Her children were, Thomas, John, Jonathan, Hannah,
Mary, Sidney, Martha, Elizabeth, James.
Thomas married Mary Warner and remained on the plantation, "Wynnestay",
in Blockley.
John settled in Germantown and married Ann Pastorius.
Jonathan settled in East Nantmeal township, Chester Co.
James died young.
Mary married Nov. 28, 1729, Noah Abraham of Upper Merion.
Martha married Aug. 30, 1741, James Kite, son of Abraham Kite. 8, 30, 1741. James Keite, son of Abraham of Blockley, and Martha Wynne of the same place, spinster, at Merion Meeting House Burial Ground, Lower Merion Twp., Pennsylvania Co. (now Delaware Co.), Pennsylvania. Wit: Abraham, Mary, Isaac, Thomas, John and Joseph Kite; Sarah, Thomas, John, Ann, Lydia and Sarah Wynne.
Mary Winne and Noah Abraham, married 9 Mo. 28, 1729. Marriage is recorded at the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.
Sidney Wynne married Samuel Graves, 4 Mo. 1, 1732. Also recorded at First Presbyterian Church.
Elizabeth Wynn married Ralph Lewis, 7 Mo. 2, 1737. Recorded at First Presbyterian Church.

More About SARAH GRAVES:
Burial: Merion Meetinghouse, Chester Co. (now Montgomery Co.), Pennsylvania

Notes for JONATHAN WYNNE:
Jonathan Wynne built a house in 1700 in Blockley Twp., Philadelphia Co. on 200 acres of land he inherited from his father, and here his descendants to the sixth generation lived. In 1890 the farm was sold and developed into the present beautiful suburb to Philadelphia called Wynnefield. The original homestead, remodeled into one of the most beautiful colonial houses in the Philadelphia area, was still standing in 1923.

One Thomas Wynne, is listed on Wm Penn's 1682 ship "Welcome". And of his son, Jonathan, west Philadelphia in the Welsh Tract; Of one of Jonathan's daus who (Mary Polly Wynne) m Noah Abrahams, and inherited a Philadelphia lot from Jonathan. Noah Abrahams\Abrams died in East Nantmeal twnsp, NW Chester Co, Pa. He had a son, Enoch Abrahams\Abrams, who m Jane, of John II HAMILTON, and 1778-1820's lived at Smithfield, Fayette Co, SW Pa. Enoch and Jane had several siblings who lived

Dr. Thomas Wynne from Caerwys, Flintshire, Wales Ship
Wife Elizabeth Parr (Mede/Maud) (3rs wife)
Children Jonathan (m. Sarah Graves)
(Mary m. Dr. Edward Jones, on ship Lyon)
(Tabitha - remained in Wales)
Sidney (m. Wm. Chew
Hannah (m. Daniel Humphrey)
Rebecca


Faden's Map, 1777, was founded on Scull & Heap's Map, 1750. The name "Wenns" is on Scull & Heap's and "Wynn" on Faden's, 1777. Jon'a. Winn, on Reed's Map.

PROVINCIAL PAPERS:

WARRANTIES OF LAND
IN THE
SEVERAL COUNTIES
OF THE
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
1730-1898
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Edited by
William Henry Engle, M.D., M.A.
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Vol. I.
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Wm. Stanley Ray,
State Printer of Pennsylvania
1898.

Wynne, Jonathan, 200 Sept. 22, 1736


Will of Jonathan Wynne of Blockley Township, Philadelphia County. Yeoman. January 29, 1719. Will of Jonathan Wynne, 1721, Blockley Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA
I johnathan Wynne of the township of Blockley in the County of Philadelphia in the province of Pennslyvania yeoman being sick & weak of body but of a sound mind & memory do make and ordain this my last will & testm in manner form following that is to say that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid and discharged within a convenient time.after my decease by my executrix herein after named. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Sarah all my Singular, my personal estate what soever and where so ever may be found with three parts of the interest or profits during her widowhood for the maintaenace of my children. Item I give unto my beloved son Thomas Wynne his heirs and assignes forever all that my plantation tract of land and buildings aforesaid to be immediately then after the decease or second marriage with the fourth part going to his mother during her widowhood. Item I give unto my son John Wynne two hundred and fifty acres of land in the Great Valley in the County of Chester to he and his heirs forever.Item I give unto my son Johnathan Wynne two hundred and fifty acres in the great Meadow in the County of Chester and it shall remain in my son Johnathan's hands and heirs forever.Item I bequeath unto my two eldest daughters Hannah & Mary a lott of land on High Street in Philadelphia containing 60 foot front and 300 foot in depth this shall remain in their hands forever. I bequeath unto my three youngest daughters Sidney, Martha and Elizabeth 400 acres near the Great Valley for them to devide and hold forever. It is to be given to them at the age of eighteen or at their marriage which shall first happen. Item I appoint my wife Sarah aforesaid as my sole execritex of my last will and testament and her recording to the directions of trustees herein named, that is to say my two brothers in law Edward Jones and Daniel Humphrey and in case of their decease John Caldwader, Johnathan Jones or the survivor of them and I hereby revoke and disannul and make void all other wills allowing this named to be my last will and testament witnessed my seal and signed twenty ninth day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninteen. Will produced and proved in Philadelphia May 17, 1721.Sarah the widow was to have inventory brought to the registrars office by the 17th day of June

Judy Winn,
Judy with a typed document of her sources and information in it.. writes; " Jonathan Wynn
Jonathan [b. 1669 in Blockley Twp., Chester Co., PA], son of Jonathan and Sarah Wynn, received the 250 acres of land in Nantmel Township, Chester County. Due to high taxes he let this tract go back to public lands but later settled in this area. Little is known about Jonathan. he married Ann, descendant of William and Ann [Dyd] Warner on June 16, 1730 probably in Chester Co. Jonathan served as a private in Captain Andrew Snider's Company of Chester Co., PA. Militia [ref: Pa. Arch. 5th Series Vol IV p. 277 and Pa. Arch 5th Series Vol. V pp. 537 and 856]. Ann and Jonathan both died in Chester County, Ann on 3/19/1786 and Jonathan on 4/17/1788.


More About JONATHAN WYNNE:
Burial: Merion Meetinghouse, Chester Co. (now Montgomery Co.), Pennsylvania

Children of SARAH GRAVES and JONATHAN WYNNE are:

Sample page(s) from the Book Asa and Winney Reid

Just a bit of the background inforamtion found in the Book Descendants of Asa and Winney Castleberry Reid

FATHER OF ASA REID

George A.8 Reid II (George A. I7, Alexander6, Andrew "General"5, Alexander4, Andrew3, Andrew2, John1)97 was born November 27, 1774 in Rowan Co., N. C., and died December 13, 1853 in Bremen, Carroll Co., Georgia. He married Jane (Mary?) Gaston 1796 in Greene Co. Georgia, daughter of Matthew Gaston and Ann Simonton. She was born January 08, 1777 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, and died Aft. 1860 in Bremen, Carroll Co., Georgia.

Notes for George A. Reid II:
George Reid (1773 Rowan Co., NC 12/12/1853 Carroll Co., Georgia) son of George Reid of Ireland, volunteered as a private in 1792 GREEN CO., Georgia for the duration of Wayne's War against Creek and Cherokee Indians. He continued actively in military service for four years, guarding forts and scouting after Indians.
"George Reid, Gentleman at Arms" is one of forty-six names on an "original muster roll" 2/25/1794 of a militia troop of dragoons organized in Greene Co. "to protect settlers from repeated invasion of indians" This troop was to become famous in the annals of Middle Georgia. This roll is almost a complete roster of prominent families of Greene Co. George Reid moved from GREENE CO. to JACKSON CO. Georgia and subsequently represented the latter in the Georgia legislature in 1798, 1804 and 1817. He was justice of the peace in Jackson Co. in 1801. When Gwinnett Co. was formed in 1818, it took that part of Jackson Co., where George Reid resided. He was appointed Justice of the Inferior Court of Gwinnett Co., Georgia 2/2/1819-1821. He served in the legislature as a Senator from Gwinnett Co., Georgia in 1819, 1820-21 and in the extra session of 1821. In 1822, while a resident of Gwinnett, he was granted by the state 597 1/2 Acres of "headright" lands in Jackson Co.; however, he moved to Carroll Co. soon after it's formation in ca. 1827. George Reid married 1796 in Greene Co., Georgia JANE GASTON, b. 1776 in Georgia, daughter of Matthew and Ann (Simonton) Gaston. Jane, as a widow, resided in Carroll Co., Georgia on 3/17/1855.
From the Family Bible Pages of George and Jane Gaston Reid... (Need to track down who originally sent this to me and get a duplicate copy.)
Issue: Rhesa Reid, b. 1799; Asa Reid b. 1801 (see below); Catherine Reid, b. 1803;' Matthew Reid, b. 1806; Jane Reid, b. 1805; Margaret Reid, b. 2/29/1809; Robert Alexander Reid b. 4/30/1811; George Reid; Ann Reid; Thomas Henry Reid; Jackson Reid and John Reid. (dates on these last five names unreadable)

Asa Reid (above) was in FINCHER'S DIST. Gwinnett Co. in 1827 and there drew land lot #34 in the First Dist. of Troup Co., Georgia Asa remained in Gwinnett after 1830. In the 1840 HE IS IN BENTON CO., ALA. but finally settled in the area of CONWAY CO., ARKANSAS. He married Winney Castleberry. Matthew G. (Gaston?) Reid son of Asa Reid was born in Gwinnett Co., ca. 1825. He moved with his father to Conway Co., Arkansas prior to 1855 when he md. 1/26/1853 Martha Prince b. 1833 Tn, d/o Simeon Prince. Matthew joined the Union Army 12/26/1863 and d. 3/16/1864 in a military hospital in Clarksville, Arkansas.

George as a private in Greene Co., Ga in Waynes War with the Creek and Cherokee Indians, where his name "George Reid, Gentleman at Arms" appears on a muster roll of a militia troop of dragoons under the command of Capt Jonas Fauch, dated February 24 1794, he and his brother Alexander were with the regiment in its campaign against Elijah Clark and his "Trans-Oconee-Republic" which fell that year.

From History of Gwinnett Co., Georgia

1794: (source Spring and Summer of 1794 AUGUSTA CHRONICLE)
A series of attacks on William Melton of Greene Co., who had been a Captain in the Greene Co. Militia were published. Judging from the articles, Melton must have taken undue credit for his prowess as an Indian fighter, so much so that George and Alexander contributed the following:
Dated May 17 1794 & July 12 1794.

"I call upon the State to judge what Greene men can do When torn by factions, party men and their leaders too;
We then all combine as one to effect their hellish plan, Promoting Tories, knaves and fools to break down honest men.
They oft times in committees meet to know what best be done. To execute their dark designs before they can be known. Behold Tom---n fits as judge to hear what they propose. And if by chance an honest man, He answers, "He's no friend of ours"
If so be we should elect a man in whom we can confide to execute the plans proposed Our power will soon be laid aside, then no longer should be judge nor you no more secure They antics than will you insult the militia will be raised in more.

1798: George served in the Georgia State Legislature from Greene Co. He received 597 and 1/2 acres of head right lands in Jackson Co. George received from the United States, 40 acres of bounty land (warrant # 42663) for service in Waynes War, his widow Jane Gaston Reid, received an additional 120 acres. (Warrant 14390)

Jan 12 1801: George is named Justice of Peace in Jackson Co.

1803: (source: Cherokee Indian Agency Pass Book) "George Reed and Alexander Hall have permission to pass from hence to Jackson Co. in the State of Georgia, through that part of the Cherokee Co. in the direct route to that place, taking care to make no infraction of the Laws & Regulations adapted to the Government & the Indian Department.

So West Point Rtn: J. Meigs
14th June 1803 A. War in Tennessee 320

1803-1804-& 1817
Served in the Georgia State Legislature, in the session of those years from Jackson Co., Georgia.

From "Reid Relations" by Roy Young
1812: George Joined the War of 1812 first serving as Sergeant in Johnston's
Georgia Militia and later receiving a commission on February 26 1813 as Captain of the Volunteer Troop of Dragoons, 8th Squadron and 4th Reg. of Cavalry. A payroll preserved in the Georgia Archives Military Record Book 1779-1839 states "Pay roll of a scout of men under the command of George Reid, Capt. of the Cavalry of Jackson Co. in the service of the state of Georgia by orders of Major Tandy Key Comdt. 25 Red. Georgia Militia for seven days furnishing their own horses, provisions, forage, arms, and ammunition commencing the 14th Nov. and ending the 19th same month including both days."

Among the thirteen men assigned to George were Rhesa Reid and Samuel Reid. At the bottom of the payroll is written, "I certify on honor the above is a true return subscribed the 8th day of July 1814." Signed: George Reid, Capt. Cavalry, Jackson Co..

Mar 30, 1814 Honorably discharged at Ft. Harrison

1819-1821: George is now in Gwinnett Co. (formed from Jackson Co. in
1818) He was Justice of Inferior Ct. of Gwinnett Co, Georgia from Feb 2 1819 to 1821. He also served as Senator from Gwinnett in sessions of 1810-21 and a special session in 1821.

1826 George moved to Carroll Co. where in this year he was employed as a surveyor to help set the boundary lines between Georgia and Alabama. On Jan 22 his party was accosted by a group of Indian who took their compass and instruments and forced them to leave the area.

One of the men in the group wrote Governor Troup:

"They threatened me very serverly if I should be caught over Bright's line again surveying. I have come on the McIntosh's old place and have stopped my hands until I hear from you...provisions is scarce and my hand uneasy to go home. As to the number of men it will take to guard me, I am unable to
say...There are three settlements of Indians in my district, that have in them about 10 men and in two miles on the Alabama side...there is forty to fifty warriors...who are to be placed on the treaty line as spies....

1860 census shows George and his younger children living close to each other, including Matthew, son in law John Hamilton, Isaac Wiggington, and Charles Norman. Those sons who remained in Gwinnett Co. were Asa Rhesa and George III.

1830: George is found in Carroll Co. with his younger children living close to one another. They include, Matthew, son in laws John Hamilton, Isaac Wiggington, and Charles Norman. Those sons who remained in Gwinnett Co. at this time were Asa, Rhesa, and George III.

1850 Carroll Co. Census lists

839 1 George Reed 74 m NC
839 2 Jane Reed 73 f GA

Dec 13 1853: George died in Carroll Co. Georgia He and Jane are said to be buried in the Reid Family Graveyard on top of Reid's Mountain near Bremen, Georgia

1860 Widow Jane is living in the household of son Mathew and his wife Martha. Janes age is listed as 84, per the Carroll Co. Georgia census. (Problem here is she died in 1853, need to confirm death date)

Reid, George, Waynes' Indian War, BLW#100624-40-50 & BLW#6281-120-55, Soldier Jan 1853 Carroll Co., Georgia age 79, widow applied 17 Mar 1855 Carroll Co. Georgia age 79 however on 14 June 1854 she gave her age as 76. Soldier had volunteered at Greensborough Georgia in 1793 or 1974, soldier married Jane Gaston in 1796 and soldier died 13 Dec 1853

History of Gwinnett Co. lists 12 children for George, we, however, know 14 were born to them.
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History of Gwinnett Co. 1818-1968 lists George as born in 1773 Rowan Co., N.C.

SIMONTON, MARGARET dec'd. Adam Simonton app admr May 17, 1791. John Carson, Sec. Receipts of Theophilus Simonton and Theophilus Allison 1793 for their legacies in part. Receipt of Wm. Tyler for coffin Apr. 27, 1791. Account of Edmond Daniel for "burying liquors,"
Apr. 4, 1791. Returns Jan. 1795, acct of Thos. Simonton for hat and blanket Sept. 1788 proved in Greene Co. Georgia 1792. Receipt of Thos. Simonton Jun. 10, 1794 for cash, part of the legacy of Robt., and Margaret Irwin by power of atty from their gdn Wm. Simonton.
Receipt of Robt. Allison, Feb. 1794 for part of his legacy. Account of Theophilus Allison Jun. 1790, dry goods, rum. Apr. 2, 1791 fine sheet and funeral expenses. Returns made 1796 Dr. J. Lacie for visit 1791 in her last illness, proved in Greene Co. 1795. Receipt of John Griffin as atty for removing the case of Adam Simonton, admr, vs Thos. Simonton, admr of Robt. Simonton from Wilkes to Oglethorpe Co. Receipt of Florence Sullivan for advice, dated Greensborough, Aug. 11, 1791. Receipts of Robt. Gaston and Geo. and Jean Reid for their legacies in part May 23, 1796, Abner Simonton, test. Wm. Erwin's receipt as heir Oct. 6, 1799. Thos. Simonton, test.


Census
Name state Co. Page Year
Reid, George, Sr. GA GWINNETT CO. 258 1820

In 1801 a George Reid dies in Greene Co., Georgia as does an Alexander Reid,
with legatees Lucy, Ann and Robert Reid. Among buyers at estate: James
Shackleford.

DAR List That shows George REID Jr, from Rowan Co. N.C. Born 11/27/1774 Married JANE GASTON Born 1/9/1777 in GREEN Co. Ga Married on 1796 in GREENE Co. by/or Witness J.P. Ross. , George Died in Carroll Co. Ga 12/13/1853 & Jane Gaston Reid Died Carroll Co. Ga 3/17/1853
George Reid (Source: Families of Gwinnett Co. 1818-1968)

George Reid (1773 Rowan Co., NC 12/12/1853 Carroll Co., Georgia) son of George Reid of Ireland, volunteered as a private in 1792 GREEN CO., Georgia for the duration of Wayne's War against Creek and Cherokee Indians. He continued actively in military service for four years, guarding forts and scouting after Indians.
"George Reid, Gentleman at Arms" is one of forty-six names on an "original muster roll" 2/25/1794 of a militia troop of dragoons organized in Greene Co. "to protect settlers from repeated invasion of indians" This troop was to become famous in the annals of Middle Georgia. This roll is almost a complete roster of prominent families of Greene Co. George Reid moved from GREENE CO. to JACKSON CO. Georgia and subsequently represented the latter in the Georgia legislature in 1798, 1804 and 1817. He was justice of the peace in Jackson Co. in 1801.
When Gwinnett Co. was formed in 1818, it took that part of Jackson Co., where George Reid resided. He was appointed Justice of the Inferior Court of Gwinnett Co., Georgia 2/2/1819-1821. He served in the legislature as a Senator from Gwinnett Co., Georgia in 1819, 1820-21 and in the extra session of 1821.
In 1822, while a resident of Gwinnett, he was granted by the state 597 1/2 Acres of "headright" lands in Jackson Co.; however, he moved to Carroll Co.
soon after it's formation in ca. 1827. George Reid married 1796 in Greene Co., Georgia JANE GASTON, b. 1776 in Georgia, daughter of Matthew and Ann (Simonton) Gaston. Jane, as a widow, resided in Carroll Co., Georgia on 3/17/1855.
Issue: Rhesa Reid, b. 1799; Asa Reid b. 1801 (see below); Catherine Reid,
b. 1803;' Matthew Reid, b. 1806; Jane Reid, b. 1805; Margaret Reid, b. 2/29/1809; Robert Alexander Reid b. 4/30/1811; George Reid; Ann Reid; Thomas Henry Reid; Jackson Reid.
Asa Reid (above) was in FINCHER'S DIST. Gwinnett Co. in 1827 and there drew land lot #34 in the First Dist. of Troup Co., Georgia Asa remained in Gwinnett after 1830. In the 1840 HE IS IN BENTON CO., ALA. but finally settled in the area of CONWAY CO., ARKANSAS. He married Winney Castleberry.
Matthew G. (Gaston?) Reid son of Asa Reid was born in Gwinnett Co., 1825. He moved with his father to Conway Co., Arkansas prior to 1855 when he md. 1/26/1853 Martha Prince b. 1833 Tn, d/o Simeon Prince. Matthew joined the Union Army 12/26/1863 and d. 3/16/1864 in a military hospital in Clarksville,
Arkansas.

From History of Gwinnett Co., Georgia
George volunteered as a private in Greene Co., Ga for service in Waynes War with the Creek and Cherokee Indians. He served four years "guarding fort and scouting about after Indians" (taken from Georgia Land Lotteries and Grants) His name "George Reid, Gentleman at Arms" appears on a muster roll of a militia troop of dragoons under the command of Capt Jonas Fauch, dated February 24 1794, he and his brother Alexander were with the regiment in its campaign against Elijah Clark and his "Trans-Oconee-Republic" which fell that year.

1798: George served in the Georgia State Legislature from Greene Co. He received 597 and 1/2 acres of head right lands in Jackson Co. George received from the United States, 40 acres of bounty land (Warrant # 42663) for service in Waynes War, his widow Jane Gaston Reid, received an additional 120 acres. (Warrant 14390)

Jan 12 1801: George is named Justice of Peace in Jackson Co.

1803: (source: Cherokee Indian Agency Pass Book) "George Reed and Alexander Hall have permission to pass from hence to Jackson Co. in the State of Georgia, through that part of the Cherokee Co. in the direct route to that place, taking care to make no infraction of the Laws & Regulations adapted to the Government & the Indian Department.

So West Point Rtn: J. Meigs
14th June 1803 A. War in Tennessee 320

1803-1804-& 1817
Served in the Georgia State Legislature, in the session of those years from Jackson Co., Georgia.

1812: George Joined the War of 1812 first serving as Sergeant in Johnston's Georgia Militia and later receiving a commission on February 26 1813 as Captain of the Volunteer Troop of Dragoons, 8th Squadron and 4th Reg. of Cavalry. A payroll preserved in the Georgia Archives Military Record Book 1779-1839 states "Pay roll of a scout of men under the command of George Reid, Capt. of the Cavalry of Jackson Co. in the service of the state of Georgia by orders of Major Tandy Key Comdt. 25 Red. Georgia Militia for seven days furnishing their own horses, provisions, forage, arms, and ammunition commencing the 14th Nov. and ending the 19th same month including both days."

Among the thirteen men assigned to George were Rhesa Reid and Samuel Reid. At the bottom of the payroll is written, "I certify on honor the above is a true return subscribed the 8th day of July 1814." Signed: George Reid, Capt. Cavalry, Jackson Co...

Mar 30, 1814 honorably discharged at Ft. Harrison

1860 census shows George and his younger children living close to each other, including Matthew, son in law John Hamilton, Isaac Wiggington, and Charles Norman. Those sons who remained in Gwinnett Co. were Asa Rhesa and George III.
1830: George is found in Carroll Co. with his younger children living close to one another. They include, Matthew, son in laws John Hamilton, Isaac Wiggington, and Charles Norman. Those sons who remained in Gwinnett Co. at this time were Asa, Rhesa, and George III.

1850 Carroll Co. Census lists

839 1 George Reed 74 m NC
839 2 Jane Reed 73 f GA


Dec 13 1853: George dies in Carroll Co. Georgia. He and Jane are said to be buried in the Reid Family Graveyard on top of Reid's Mountain near Bremen, Georgia

1860 Widow Jane is living in the household of son Mathew and his wife Martha. Janes age is listed as 84, per the Carroll Co. Georgia census.

Reid, George, Waynes' Indian War, BLW#100624-40-50 & BLW#6281-120-55, Soldier Jan 1853 Carroll Co., Georgia age 79, widow applied 17 Mar 1855 Carroll Co. Georgia age 79 however on 14 June 1854 she gave her age as 76. Soldier had volunteered at Greensborough Georgia in 1793 or 1974, soldier married Jane Gaston in 1796 and soldier died 13 Dec 1853


History of Gwinnett Co. 1818-1968 lists George as born in 1773 Rowan Co., N.C.

Census
Name state Co. Page Year
Reid, George, Sr. GA GWINNETT CO. 258 1820

In 1801 a George Reid dies in Greene Co., Georgia as does an Alexander Reid, with legatees Lucy, Ann and Robert Reid. Among buyers at estate: James Shackleford.

From Deb Garner
Reed, Samuel, SC line, S14259, Soldier was son of George Reed and was b. 26, Jan 1749 in Lancaster Co. PA and at age of 13 was moved to Rowan
Co., NC then to Abbeville Dist. SC where he lived at enlistment and served under his father Col. George Reed, after the Rev., soldier lived in SC until 1800
then moved to GA where he applied 25 Sept, 1832 in Gwinnett Co., GA, soldier stated he "lost his companion" in 1840 after which he moved to St. Clair Co., AL to live with his children (not named), Soldier died 5 Feb. 1843.

Reid, George, Jane, not Rev. War but Wayne's Indian War, BLW #100624-40-50 & BLW #6281-120-55, soldier applied in Jan 1853 Carroll Co., GA age 79, widow applied 17 Mar. 1855 Carroll Co., GA aged 79 however on 14 June 1854 she gave her age as 76, soldier had volunteered at Greensborough, GA in 1793 or 1794, soldier had married Jane Gaston in 1796 & solider died 13 Dec. 1853

1801 returns, Matthew Gastin estate: John Griffin, Attorney for Services done as Atty. Receipts for: Alexar. Gastin, part legacy; Thomas Gastin, part legacy; George Reid, Jr. for property in the home of the deceased in part; Robert Gastin, admr.; Rebecca Gastin.

1803 returns, Matthew Gastin estate: Margaret Gastin, her part legacy; George Reid, guardian from Ann Gastin; two attorneys receipts for service in behalf of the estate--in parenthesis (Shackleford).

From Deb Garner
Reed, Samuel, SC line, S14259, Soldier was son of George Reed and was b. 26, Jan 1749 in Lancaster Co. PA and at age of 13 was moved to Rowan Co., NC then to Abbeville Dist. SC where he lived at enlistment and served under his father Col. George Reed, after the Rev., soldier lived in SC until 1800 then moved to GA where he applied 25 Sept, 1832 in Gwinnett Co., GA, soldier stated he "lost his companion" in 1840 after which he moved to St. Clair Co., AL to live with his children (not named), Soldier died 5 Feb. 1843.

Reid, George, Jane, not Rev. War but Wayne's Indian War, BLW #100624-40-50 & BLW #6281-120-55, soldier applied in Jan 1853 Carroll Co., GA age 79, widow applied 17 Mar. 1855 Carroll Co., GA aged 79 however on 14 June 1854 she gave her age as 76, soldier had volunteered at Greensborough, GA in 1793 or 1794, soldier had married Jane Gaston in 1796 & solider died 13 Dec. 1853

1801 returns, Matthew Gastin estate: John Griffin, Attorney for Services done as Atty. Receipts for: Alexar. Gastin, part legacy; Thomas Gastin, part legacy; George Reid, Jr. for property in the home of the deceased in part; Robert Gastin, admr. Rebecca Gastin.

1803 returns, Matthew Gastin estate: Margaret Gastin, her part legacy; George Reid, guardian from Ann Gastin; two attorneys receipts for service in behalf of the estate--in parenthesis (Shackleford).by/or witness J.P. Ross

Census: 1820, Gwinnett Co., Georgia 3-1-1-1-2-1-1-2-1-1-1 owning 1 slave page 258 line 3

Appendix Document #93 in Jasper Co., Georgia, dated July 31 1835 appears to be the final attempt by George Jr. to receive compensation for his fathers lost horses (note spelling as in original document)

"Georgia, Jasper Co., July 31st 1835
Sir
On my return Home I called on Mr John Mc Michael he told me he knew no more than what I had already proven So thought it unnecessary to take his affidavit I heard of Mr. Joseph Hill he had moved to Upson Co. he was in this Co. about ten Days ago I am so much Fatiauged and worried out with heat and run scares of money that I cannot obtain his Tesitmoney at this time if you feel any outs as to the proof already produced I can obtain his affidavit I am informed he was with Mr Harrison in folowing the trail of his Horses when they were stolen and saw India sign where they were taken and on the trail when I come on for to receive what money you will allow me I will come by and fetch Mr Hills Affidavit which will be Exactly as I have Stated above I have it from creditable people it is out of my Power at this time for I never was so much over done with heat in my life I will be scarcely able to get home so I remain

Yours Respectfully
George Reid
on reverside of paper it said

G. Reid

Colonel John A. Cuthbert
Milledgeville
Geo.

In Jan of 1853, shortly before his death, George provided evidence in support of his application for bounty land. As a part of the evidence he presented an original commission to "George Reid Esq." issued to him by Gov. David Betchel of GA i which he was designated Captain.

There is a DAR List That shows George REID Jr, from Rowan Co. N.C. Born 11/27/1774 Married JANE GASTON Born 1/9/1977 in GREEN Co. Ga Married on 1796 in GREENE Co. by or Witness J.P. Ross, George Died in Carroll Co. Ga 12/13/1777 & Jane Gaston Reid Died Carroll Co. Ga 3/17/1853

Quoted from Lillian Reid Gray, (daughter of William David Garfield Reid and Laura Jane Burton) 1702 Cedar Crest Dr., Abilene, Texas 79601. George, son of George Reid of Ireland, volunteered as a private in 1792 in Green Co., Georgia for the duration of "Waynes War" against Creek and Cherokee Indians. He continued actively in military service for four years, "guarding forts and scouting after indians" (Georgia Bounty Land Warrants #42663 and 14390.). George Reid, Gentleman at Arms is one of forty-six names on an "original muster roll" 25 Feb 1794 of a militia troop of dragoons organized in Green Co. "to protect settlers from repeated invasion of Indians" (Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, L.L. Knight, Vol. 1 (Atlanta, GA: 1914), pp633-634. and White's Historical Collections of Georgia, Rev. George White, (NY: Pudney & Russell, 1855), p483quoting Columbus (GA) Enquirer-Sun, 1836, Gwinnett Co., GA Memorials.) This troop was to become famous in the annals of middle Georgia. This roll is almost a complete roster of prominent families of Green Co., Georgia. George moved from Green Co. to Jackson Co. and subsequently represented the latter in the Georgia legislature in 1798, 1804 and 1817 (The Early History of Jackson Co., (GA) G.J.N. Wilson, pub. by W.E. White, 1914, p330). He was Justice of the Peace in Jackson Co. in 18901. When Gwinnett Co. was formed in 1818, it took in that part of Jackson Co. where George Reid resided. He was appointed justice of the Inferior Court of Gwinnett on 2 Feb 1819 to 1821. He served the state legislature as Senator from Gwinnett in 1819, 1820-21 and in the extra session of 1821. In 1822, while a resident of Gwinnett, he was granted by the state 597.5 acres of "headright" lands in Jackson Co.; however, he moved to Carroll Co. soon after its formation in 1827

In January of 1853, shortly before his death, George provided evidence in suport of his application for bounty land. As a part of the evidence he presented an original commission to "George Reid, Esq." issued to him by Gov. David Beltchel of GA in which he was designated Captain. It stated that he was honorably discharged at Ft. Harrison on Mar 30, 1814. "The Journal of the Movements of the Army under General Adams by George Reid" made in his own handwriting and on several loose sheets was presented as further evidence. It stated in part, "Arrive at camp Patriotism Dec. 6; lay there until 105h, about four miles this day, crossed the Ocmulgee, camped at bank; left at 9 o'clock 11th; marched 15 miles through level country; crossed Big Towaligia; camped 1 hour by sun; struck Camp 12th about day break; marched 23 miles through long leaf pine, mixed level; crossed the Little Towalagia and Potato Creek; camped 1/2 hour by sun; 15th struck camp by day break; crossed Flint River about 1 o'clock and camped. Tolerable good land." A second sheet stated, "Camped S. of Ocmulgee 10th , struck camp 14th about sunrise; marched about seventeen miles through broken land but tolerably strong; 15th struck camp, marched about 10 milees and crossed the Chattahoochee at the burnt village about 11 o'clock; march about (?) miles; camped, rained all night and next day; 16th struck camp at 10 o'clock; marched 23 miles, burnt a couple of little villages, marched 6 miles and camped three miles of Okfinokee Town; heard Indians whoop, lay on arms all night without fire; struck cammp 1/2 hour by sun in the morning, marched 3 miles and burnt the town on Tallapoosa River of about 80 houses, some corn; saw a quantity of Indians on the other side of the river. Som of our men charged a fire across the river, had one man wounded, supposed klled three Indians. The Indians whooped and hollered powerfully; left the town abuot two o'clock in the afternoon, marched three miles and encamped, stood on arms all night. The Indians whooped almmost all night; 14th struck camp 1/2 hour by sun, marched 25 miles encamped; 19th struck camp about 1/2 by sun, marched 9 miles, crossed Chattahoochee, marched 10 miles, encamped; 20th struck camp at daybreak, marched 35 miles, crossed Flint River, marched 3 miles and encampted, 21st struck camp"

More About George A. Reid II:
Burial: Reid Family Cemetery, Bremen, Carroll Co., Georgia
Census: 1820, Gwinnett Co., Georgia 3-1-1-1-2-1-1-2-1-1-1 owning 1 slave page 258 line 3
Will: Wayne's War BLWt 100624-40-50 BLWt. 62281-120-55

Notes for Jane (Mary?) Gaston:

Jane is said to be a; direct descendent of Marie Antoniette (Need Proof)

Jane applied for pension see George's notes


Aug. 11, 1791. Receipts of Robt. Gaston and Geo. and Jean

Reid for their legacies in part May 23, 1796, Abner Simonton, test.

Wm. Erwin's receipt as heir Oct. 6, 1799. Thos. Simonton, test.

More About Jane (Mary?) Gaston:
Burial: Reid Family Cemetery, Bremen, Carroll Co., Georgia
Military service: Pension application (Waynes War) BLWt 100624-40-50 & BLWt 6281-120-55

Marriage Notes for George Reid and Jane Gaston:
Married 1796 in GREENE Co. by/or Witness J.P. Ross.

More About George Reid and Jane Gaston:
Marriage: 1796, Greene Co. Georgia

Children of George Reid and Jane Gaston are:
i. Joseph9 Reid, born Bet. 1796 - 1810; died in young while another source said he was possibly in Hempstead Arkansas in 1856.

Notes for Joseph Reid:
A Joseph Reid, presumably this one, is listed in the 1820 Census of Gwinnett Co., Georgia I am uncertain what died young means. This could be a wide range of years from infancy to perhaps early 20's.

ii. Anna Reid, born June 10, 1797 in Greene Co. Georgia; died June 10, 1881 in Dacula, Gwinnett Co. Georgia.
iii. Rhesa Reid, born Abt. 1797 in Greene Co. Georgia; died 1870 in Cleburne Co., Alabama.
iv. Asa Reid, born February 14, 1799 in Jackson Co. Georgia (From Bible Record of Henry Reid); died 1860 in Conway Co., Arkansas.
v. Catherine "Katie" Reid, born Bet. 1801 - 1802 in Jackson Co., Georgia; died Bef. 1880.
vi. John S. Reid, born Bet. 1801 - 1803 in Georgia.
vii. George William Capt. Reid, born March 01, 1803 in Greene Co. Georgia; died February 10, 1881 in Clarke Co. Arkansas.
viii. Jane "Jennie" Reid, born January 09, 1805 in Greene Co. Georgia; died May 08, 1875 ix. Matthew Gaston Reid, born 1806 in Georgia; died January 23, 1879 in Carroll Co., Georgia.
x. Margaret I. "Annie" Reid, born February 28, 1809 in Georgia; died April 11, 1862 in Haralson Co., Georgia.
xi. Elizabeth Ann Reid, born 1814; died Bef. 1890 in Mississippi.
xii. Henry Thomas "Thomas" Reid, Dr., born January 1816 in Georgia; died Bet. January 29, 1902 - 1911 in Gobbler's Point, Conway Co., Arkansas.
xiii. Jackson Reid, born 1818 in Probably Jackson, Georgia.

Notes for Jackson Reid:
"Went West No Information

sneak peak at pages of the Overton family genalogy

EPHRAIM2 OVERTON (UNKNOWN1) was born Bet. 1775 - 1780 in Virginia, and died Bet. April 22 - August, 1844 in Morgan Co., Indiana. He married SUSANNAH ???.

Notes for EPHRAIM OVERTON:
Little is known about the early Overtons, Ephraim is our block, who were his parents, siblings and kin? Where in Virginia did he come from?
Eli, in the 1880 census, lists his fathers place of birth as Virginia, and based on age in various census records we estimate his birth year as 1775.

Present day Kentucky was still a part of Virginia until 1792 when it became a state. So whether they moved from Virginia to Knox Co., Kentucky, or whether they stayed in the same place, and the name changed is unknown to us at this time.

Son Eli was born in 1807 in Owsley Co., Tennessee which would establish that Ephraim was in Owsley Co., in the early 1800's. He appears to have migrated sometime in the mid 1820's into what is today Morgan Co., Indiana, where his youngest daughter, Elizabeth was born in 1828.

In 1820 the census tell us that Ephraim was in Knox Co., Kentucky, and head of household as shown below.

1820 Census KENTUCKY KNOX CLEAR CRK
Series: M33 Roll: 23 Page: 155
Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
OVERTON EPHRAIGM KY KNOX CLEAR CRK
3 males 10 and under
1 male 16 or under
1 male 26 or under
1 male 45 or under

1 female 10 or under
1 female 26 or under
1 female 45 or under

1830 Census KENTUCKY KNOX CO.
1 male 50-60
1 male 20-30
1 male 15-20
1 male 5-10
1 female 40-50
1 female 10-15
3 female 5-10
2 female 5 and Under

By 1840 we have the Overton family in Morgan Co., where Ephraims purchased government land in 1834 and again in 1836.

MORGAN COUNTY INDIANA ORIGINAL LAND SALES FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT
OVERTON Ephraim 25 Dec 1834 13 1E 30 NW qtr of SE qtr 40
OVERTON Ephraim 11 May 1836 13 1E 30 SW qtr of NE qtr 40


1840 Morgan County, Indiana Federal Census
Overton, Ephraim 0000000100000 0012000100000

In 1844 Ephraim writes his will in Morgan county wherein he names his children. He does not name his wife, but indicates in 1844 she is still living. The will, presumed written in his last days, as was the custom of the times, would give us an approximate date of death between April 1844 (date of writing) and September 1844 (date of probate).

TRANSCRIPT OF ORIGINAL WILL RECORDED
MORGAN COUNTY, IN
Probate Book I - p.242-3

ESTATE OF EPHRAIM OVERTON, DEC'D


Be it remembered that on the 14th day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty four and in vacation of the Morgan county Probate Court was filed in the Clerk's office of said court for the Probate of the last will and testament of Ephraim Overton, late of Morgan County deceased and was duly admitted to probate before the Clerk of said Court which said will is in the words and figures following to wit:

I Ephraim Overton of Morgan County and the State of Indiana do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void all former wills by me at any time heretofore made. First I direct that all the property which it hast pleased God to interest me with which in my possession and belonging to me at this time both real and personal shall be and remain the absolute property of my dear beloved wife if she shall be being at the time of my decease to do and act with for the benefit of
herself and at the decease of my wife I desire and direct that my several children to wit: my son Eli Overton and William Overton and Ephraim Overton and my daughter Susannah Spencer be allowed out of my estate the sum of fifteen dollars each and also at the decease of my wife I further desire that my household a kitchen furnature be equally divided between my other three daughters to wit: Emila Jane and Elizabeth to share and share equally alike and I also desire and direct at the death of my wife that what real Estate I shall die possessed of shall be equally divided between youngest daughters aforesaid to wit: Emily Jane and Elizabeth and that they shall each of them, share and share alike in the profits of the same and I hereby make and ordain my son Eli and my son in law David Spencer Executors of this my last will and testament. It witness whereof I Ephraim Overton, the testator have hereunto set my hand on this seal this 22nd day of April 1844.


Also in Morgan Co., listed in the 1840 census is a William Overton, also Jesse Overton, believed to be the son of Ephraim's brother, David.


Children of EPHRAIM OVERTON and SUSANNAH ??? are:
4. i. ELI D.3 OVERTON, b. February 25, 1807, Tennessee; d. December 15, 1887, Warren Co., Iowa.
5. ii. WILLIAM O. OVERTON, b. February 01, 1809, Tennessee; d. March 07, 1887, White Oak Twp., Warren Co., Iowa.
6. iii. EPHRAIM JR. OVERTON, b. Abt. 1812.
7. iv. SUSANNAH OVERTON, b. January 18, 1814, Kentucky; d. November 23, 1893.
v. EMILA/EMILY OVERTON, b. Abt. 1824, Knox Co., Kentucky; m. BENJAMIN OVERTON, February 03, 1843; b. Abt. 1824.

Notes for BENJAMIN OVERTON:
1860 Census INDIANA MORGAN CLAY TWP
Series: M653 Roll: 284 Page: 744
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
OVERTON BENJAMIN 34 M W TN IN MORGAN CLAY TWP
Overton, Emily 34 KY
counted in their home was:
Thomas B. Cummings age 11 born Missouri

1870 Census INDIANA MORGAN CLAY TWP
Series: M593 Roll: 346 Page: 380
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
OVERTON BENJAMIN 44 M W TN IN MORGAN CLAY TWP
?Mailla

MORGAN COUNTY INDIANA 1880 FEDERAL CENSUS INDEX OF HOUSEHOLDS
OVERTON Benjamin 266 23 229 52 KY Clay
OVERTON Robert B. 268 4 34 37 KY Jackson
OVERTON Willis 265 2 214 28 IN Gregg


8. vi. JANE OVERTON, b. February 25, 1825, Kentucky; d. October 17, 1892, Polk Co., Iowa.
vii. ELIZABETH OVERTON, b. Abt. 1828.


3. DAVID2 OVERTON (UNKNOWN1)

Child of DAVID OVERTON is:
9. i. JESSIE3 OVERTON, b. Abt. 1803, Tennessee.

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